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denunciation 34
denunciations 1
deny 73
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deo 8
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73 double
73 efficacious
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deny

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | dispute with those ~who deny them, but leave this to 2 1, 1 | and against ~those who deny one article of faith, we 3 1, 3 | His simplicity, whereby we deny composition in Him; and ~ 4 1, 4 | God, it does not mean to deny all likeness to Him. ~For, " 5 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 1: Jerome seems to deny free-will to God not simply, 6 1, 21 | continueth faithful: He cannot deny Himself." But He would deny 7 1, 21 | deny Himself." But He would deny Himself, as a gloss says, 8 1, 21 | gloss says, if He should deny His words. ~Therefore mercy 9 1, 25 | But God cannot sin, nor ~"deny Himself" as it is said in 10 1, 51 | them. Hence it is folly to deny it. But God's ~holy angels 11 1, 70 | who affirm, and those who deny, that these bodies have 12 1, 52 | them. Hence it is folly to deny it. But God's ~holy angels 13 1, 71 | who affirm, and those who deny, that these bodies have 14 2, 1 | thing to be indefinite is to deny that it is good." But the 15 2, 66 | vindicating them against those who deny them. Hence it follows that ~ 16 2, 100 | continueth ~faithful, He cannot deny Himself." But He would deny 17 2, 100 | deny Himself." But He would deny Himself if He were ~to do 18 2, 108 | But he that shall deny Me before men, ~I will also 19 2, 108 | before men, ~I will also deny him before My Father." On 20 2, 109 | him to do, God will not deny him ~grace, for it is written ( 21 2, 109 | into temptation' (and they ~deny it who maintain that the 22 2, 9 | and confute ~those who deny the faith. This knowledge 23 2, 10 | the Son. Now the heathens deny the faith in more numerous 24 2, 11 | anyone ~were obstinately to deny them after they had been 25 2, 12 | unfitting things, or to deny ~fitting things of God, 26 2, 13 | Sent. ii, D, 43). For to deny God's justice ~or mercy 27 2, 19 | mercy and goodness, ~is to deny the infinity of God's goodness 28 2, 22 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii) does not deny that friendship ~is a virtue, 29 2, 24 | into sin, we ought not to deny them the amenities of ~friendship, 30 2, 65 | guilty party can by no means deny his guilt (as in the case 31 2, 67 | Whether it is a mortal sin to deny the truth which would lead 32 2, 67 | can, without a mortal sin, deny the truth which would lead 33 2, 67 | can, without a mortal sin, deny the truth which ~would lead 34 2, 67 | or if he ~mendaciously deny it, he sins mortally. If, 35 2, 67 | men are wont by lying to deny their guilt when they have ~ 36 2, 72 | among ~friends; backbiters deny or disparage others' good 37 2, 93 | will: for this would be to deny the ~difference between 38 2, 93 | Further, it is unreasonable to deny the common experiences of ~ 39 2, 93 | Therefore it is useless to deny the efficacy of dreams for 40 2, 94 | Further, it is unreasonable to deny that which nearly everybody ~ 41 2, 104 | ingratitude, ~since a man cannot deny himself a thing except by 42 2, 107 | addition thereto. Now to deny the truth is more repugnant 43 2, 114 | when one intends either to ~deny the truth, or to hold up 44 2, 122 | but in their works they deny Him." Thus all virtuous 45 2, 122 | death, not for refusing to deny the faith, but for reproving 46 2, 127 | things that are not true, or deny of himself great things 47 2, 140 | Ethic. ii, 9) that "if we deny ourselves pleasures we ~ 48 2, 140 | athletes and soldiers ~have to deny themselves many pleasures, 49 2, 183 | was the mark ~of fear to deny the Shepherd."~Aquin.: SMT 50 3, 7 | the object. Hence, if we deny that the ~Divine thing was 51 3, 16 | on the part of man, but deny the ~reality on the part 52 3, 16 | in the sense in ~which we deny that "Christ as Man is a 53 3, 16 | Man is a person" we must deny all the other ~propositions.~ 54 3, 20 | OBJ 1: Cyril and Damascene deny that Christ is the head 55 3, 28 | virgin in conceiving for to deny this belongs to the heresy 56 3, 31 | prophetical passage does ~not deny that a posterity will be 57 3, 35 | Therefore it is heretical to deny that the ~Blessed Virgin 58 3, 46 | continueth faithful, He cannot deny Himself." But He would deny ~ 59 3, 46 | deny Himself." But He would deny ~Himself were He to deny 60 3, 46 | deny ~Himself were He to deny His justice, since He is 61 3, 46 | die with Thee, I will not ~deny Thee," Origen (Tract. xxxv 62 3, 62 | by a certain coincidence, deny the sacraments any power 63 3, 78 | makes a knife we do not deny the power of the hammer.~ 64 3, 80 | Whether the priest ought to deny the body of Christ to the 65 3, 80 | seems that the priest should deny the body of Christ to the ~ 66 3, 89 | else we should have to deny the ~keys given to the Church, 67 Suppl, 25| 2 Tim. ~2:13, "He cannot deny Himself," says: "He would 68 Suppl, 40| Consequently those who deny this power are called schismatics 69 Suppl, 70| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Some deny that this book is Augustine' 70 Suppl, 70| fire, ~will any wise man deny that the souls of the wicked 71 Suppl, 72| or fashioned by the devil deny the resurrection of the 72 Suppl, 94| Damascene does not absolutely deny that this fire is ~material, 73 Appen2, 1| life. ~Wherefore those who deny Purgatory speak against


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