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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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denied

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | as Dionysius shows, are denied of God ~for the reason that 2 1, 13 | regards the diverse things denied of ~God, or as regards diverse 3 1, 22 | Certain persons totally denied the existence of ~providence, 4 1, 29 | Further, if a definition is denied of anything, the thing defined 5 1, 29 | the thing defined is also denied of it. But the definition 6 1, 33 | the relation of Son is ~denied of the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 33 | the Son. Hence, it being denied of the Father that He is ~ 8 1, 36 | same principle; which is denied by many. Therefore we cannot 9 1, 39 | follows that something can be denied of the one and affirmed 10 1, 39 | divine essence. This was denied ~by Porretanus because he 11 1, 45 | preposition, then the order is denied, ~and the sense is, "It 12 1, 45 | material cause, which is denied.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 13 1, 46 | the eternity of time, but denied the eternity of movement.~ 14 1, 57 | I answer that, Some have denied to the angels all knowledge 15 1, 58 | them ~is attributed to, or denied of, another. When an angel 16 1, 58 | either attributed to it, or denied of it. Hence, in apprehending 17 1, 65 | dignity befitting a nature is denied to that nature, ~unless 18 1, 39 | follows that something can be denied of the one and affirmed 19 1, 39 | divine essence. This was denied ~by Porretanus because he 20 1, 46 | preposition, then the order is denied, ~and the sense is, "It 21 1, 46 | material cause, which is denied.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 22 1, 47 | the eternity of time, but denied the eternity of movement.~ 23 1, 58 | I answer that, Some have denied to the angels all knowledge 24 1, 59 | them ~is attributed to, or denied of, another. When an angel 25 1, 59 | either attributed to it, or denied of it. Hence, in apprehending 26 1, 66 | dignity befitting a nature is denied to that nature, ~unless 27 1, 88 | less good enjoy knowledge ~denied to others who are better. 28 1, 102 | Certain ancient philosophers denied the government of ~the world, 29 1, 114 | three errors. For ~some denied all action to bodies. This 30 1, 114 | first place the Peripatetics denied the existence of demons; 31 1, 115 | place here below. These denied the existence ~of fate and 32 2, 50 | Predicaments, Alexander denied absolutely that habits or 33 2, 59 | fear, ~"caution." But they denied that anything corresponding 34 2, 64 | if something is falsely denied, ~and declared not to be, 35 2, 94 | thing cannot be affirmed and denied at the same time," which 36 2, 102 | unbecoming for the offerers to be denied certain parts of the victims, ~ 37 2, 1 | cannot be ~affirmed and denied at the same time," as the 38 2, 12 | when something fitting is denied of Him; and the third, when ~ 39 2, 18 | by this fear that Peter ~denied Christ - but that fear of 40 2, 19 | Objection, since the Novatians ~denied, in universal, that there 41 2, 25 | those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, and is worse 42 2, 30 | those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, and is worse 43 2, 30 | those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, and is worse 44 2, 69 | those of his house, he ~hath denied the faith and is worse than 45 2, 81 | so too no man should be denied the help of prayer.~Aquin.: 46 2, 81 | certain things are not denied us, but are deferred that 47 2, 111 | 1] R.O. 1 Para. 3/3~Amos denied that he was a prophet by 48 2, 187 | of his own . . . he hath denied the ~faith, and is worse 49 2, 187 | permission: yet this ~cannot be denied, provided it be certain 50 3, 2 | of weight with ~such as denied the union of the soul and 51 3, 5 | the ~body. But Damascene denied that in Jesus Christ there 52 3, 9 | the opinion of those who ~denied that in Christ there are 53 3, 15 | as regards sorrow, they ~denied it could be in the soul 54 3, 16 | be granted rather than denied: "Christ as Man is a creature." 55 3, 16 | this proposition is to be ~denied rather than granted, for 56 3, 16 | hence this is to be denied rather than granted: "Christ 57 3, 18 | to His Father,' as if we denied ~that man's will ought to 58 3, 20 | And in this ~sense it is denied by Cyril and Damascene ( 59 3, 20 | the same sense ~must it be denied that Christ is less than 60 3, 26 | office of ~Mediator being denied, He be called the Son either 61 3, 35 | way in which it could be denied that the ~Blessed Virgin 62 3, 37 | reality, against those who denied that ~in the Gospel Christ 63 3, 80 | Communion should ~not be denied them if they ask for it. 64 3, 80 | Reconciliation is not to be denied to stage-players ~or actors, 65 3, 80 | sacrament, ~it is not to be denied them.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] 66 3, 80 | Communion to have ever been denied by our ~elders to them who 67 3, 89 | indeed ~repent him of having denied his Lord, and yet he remained 68 Suppl, 69| in ~heaven, it cannot be denied that Paul's soul is in heaven 69 Suppl, 69| Therefore neither is it to be denied that the souls of the ~saints 70 Suppl, 72| perfection: and so they denied the resurrection.~Aquin.: 71 Suppl, 91| that, Nothing should be denied the blessed that belongs 72 Suppl, 94| a ~corporeal fire, they denied that the fire whereby the


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