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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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believing

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | although not as to his believing that he can obtain what 2 1, 68 | obstacles be ~placed to their believing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 3 1, 65 | although not as to his believing that he can obtain what 4 1, 69 | obstacles be ~placed to their believing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 5 1, 114 | lead man into the error of ~believing that there is some Divine 6 2, 55 | believe, or to the act ~of believing, as also to the habit by 7 2, 64 | should approach to Him by believing, hoping and loving, according 8 2, 67 | Joan.): "Where ~is faith? Believing without seeing." But it 9 2, 79 | Christ, and, ~through not believing, to slay Him, and afterwards 10 2, 100 | different ~precepts about believing in God, and about not believing 11 2, 100 | believing in God, and about not believing in strange gods. ~Aquin.: 12 2, 114 | this ~point for a time, believing the beginning of faith to 13 2, 114 | faith, not as though man, by believing, were to merit ~justification, 14 2, 1 | Evang.]: he saw the Man, and believing Him to be God, he ~made 15 2, 1 | Paul, but we speak only of believing 'in' God." Since then the ~ 16 2, 2 | the nature of the act of believing. For among ~the acts belonging 17 2, 2 | assent: so that the act of ~believing is distinguished from all 18 2, 2 | suitably distinguished as believing God, ~believing in a God 19 2, 2 | distinguished as believing God, ~believing in a God and believing in 20 2, 2 | believing in a God and believing in God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 21 2, 2 | unsuitably distinguished ~as believing God, believing in a God, 22 2, 2 | distinguished ~as believing God, believing in a God, and believing 23 2, 2 | believing in a God, and believing in God. For one habit ~has 24 2, 2 | may propose, without his believing anything explicitly.~Aquin.: 25 2, 2 | implicit faith through ~believing in Divine providence, since 26 2, 2 | can believe this without believing in the Trinity. ~Therefore 27 2, 2 | a ~sufficient motive for believing, or he has not. If he has 28 2, 2 | a sufficient motive for believing, this is a mark of levity, ~ 29 2, 2 | if they did not merit ~by believing. Therefore to believe is 30 2, 2 | meritorious. Now the act of believing is an act ~of the intellect 31 2, 2 | has sufficient motive for believing, for he is ~moved by the 32 2, 2 | that "there is ~no merit in believing what is shown by reason." 33 2, 2 | diminishes the merit of believing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[10] 34 2, 2 | more prompt and firm in believing. ~Hence the martyrs had 35 2, 4 | seems to be the principle of believing, ~on the part of the will, 36 2, 4 | believed, which all agree in believing, be ~diverse from one another, 37 2, 5 | we cannot know except ~by believing them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] 38 2, 5 | articles ~of faith without believing the others.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 5 | just as man obeys God in believing the articles of ~faith, 40 2, 8 | impossible to assent by believing what is proposed to be believed, ~ 41 2, 10 | the heathens deviate by ~believing in many gods. Therefore 42 2, 10 | 2): "But they that have believing masters, let them not despise ~ 43 2, 19 | unbelief is due to a man not ~believing God's own truth; while the 44 2, 79 | sin, and should recover by believing in Him and confessing our 45 2, 79 | we reach out to Him by ~believing; for which reason it was 46 2, 93 | there is ~nothing absurd in believing that the spirit of the just 47 2, 97 | of unbelief, through not believing in God; and of sacrilege, ~ 48 2, 127 | man derives hope through believing the word of one who ~promises 49 2, 170 | also in order that men, by believing such men, may be more easily ~ 50 3, 1 | is made more certain by believing God Himself ~Who speaks; 51 3, 25 | images themselves, as things, believing that there was something 52 3, 42 | first to the Jews, who, by believing in and worshiping one ~God, 53 3, 42 | of unbelievers, by openly believing and professing it."~Aquin.: 54 3, 43 | works when spoken of by men believing than when speaking to men ~ 55 3, 46 | our Lord denote those who, believing in and confessing Christ, 56 3, 52 | there is no reason for believing that Christ went there ~ 57 3, 52 | time incredulous," i.e. not believing in the preaching of Noe, " 58 3, 52 | there is no reason for ~believing that the Saviour came thither 59 3, 54 | and be not faithless but believing."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 60 3, 55 | led them into the error of believing that He had risen to the 61 3, 69 | him that worketh not, yet ~believing in Him that justifieth the 62 3, 73 | glorified, His holy and ~believing ones." Hence, as he says 63 3, 80 | communicant, commit ~idolatry by believing that it is a consecrated 64 Suppl, 6 | that he has not ~committed, believing that he has, he does not 65 Suppl, 8 | greater certainty than by believing his subject, because ~this 66 Suppl, 59| unbelievers, and thus a believing husband cannot ~remain with 67 Suppl, 59| faith: and consequently the ~believing husband could then have 68 Suppl, 59| Therefore neither can a ~believing husband put away his unbelieving 69 Suppl, 59| free to follow either the believing father or the unbelieving 70 Suppl, 59| seem that neither can the believing husband do so.~Aquin.: SMT 71 Suppl, 59| it is not lawful for the believing ~husband to take a vow of 72 Suppl, 59| draw him to unbelief, the believing husband after parting from ~ 73 Suppl, 59| second marriage which the ~believing husband would be unable 74 Suppl, 62| the third is if the wife, ~believing her husband dead on account 75 Suppl, 85| had given to his words, by believing that the day of the Lord ~ 76 Suppl, 94| not what hinders us from ~believing that hell is beneath the


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