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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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concord

   Part, Question
1 1, 39 | in the Holy Ghost is the concord of ~equality and unity." 2 1, 39 | equality" to the Son, "concord" or "union" to the Holy 3 1, 65 | all form and fitness and concord of ~parts."~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 39 | in the Holy Ghost is the concord of ~equality and unity." 5 1, 39 | equality" to the Son, "concord" or "union" to the Holy 6 1, 66 | all form and fitness and concord of ~parts."~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 102 | be the cause of unity or concord, except so far as they are ~ 8 1, 108 | these cannot be without concord; which is not to be found ~ 9 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The concord of the demons, whereby some 10 2, 102 | signifying unity of faith and concord in good morals: ~because 11 2, 28 | Whether peace is the same as concord?~(2) Whether all things 12 2, 28 | Whether peace is the same as concord?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 13 2, 28 | that peace is the same as concord. For Augustine ~says (De 14 2, 28 | among men is well ordered concord." ~Now we are speaking here 15 2, 28 | Therefore ~peace is the same as concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 16 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, concord is union of wills. Now the 17 2, 28 | Therefore peace is the same as ~concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 18 2, 28 | same thing is opposed to concord and peace, viz. ~dissension; 19 2, 28 | Therefore peace is the same as concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 20 2, 28 | the contrary, There can be concord in evil between wicked men. 21 2, 28 | peace is not the ~same as concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 22 2, 28 | answer that, Peace includes concord and adds something thereto. 23 2, 28 | wherever peace is, there is concord, but there is not peace, 24 2, 28 | peace, wherever ~there is concord, if we give peace its proper 25 2, 28 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~For concord, properly speaking, is between 26 2, 28 | union is not essential to concord: wherefore concord ~denotes 27 2, 28 | essential to concord: wherefore concord ~denotes union of appetites 28 2, 28 | says that this peace is concord, not indeed ~any kind of 29 2, 28 | not indeed ~any kind of concord, but that which is well 30 2, 28 | of them . ~For if one man concord with another, not of his 31 2, 28 | evil that besets him, such ~concord is not really peace, because 32 2, 28 | latter alone is opposed to concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 33 2, 28 | means of war to break this ~concord, because it is a defective 34 2, 28 | like manner if there be concord as ~to goods of importance, 35 2, 35 | that, Discord is opposed to concord. Now, as stated above ~( 36 2, 35 | above ~(Q[29], AA[1],3) concord results from charity, in 37 2, 35 | as it is opposed to this concord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 38 2, 35 | must be observed that this concord is destroyed by discord 39 2, 35 | AA[1],3, ad 2) that the concord which is an ~effect of charity, 40 2, 35 | discord, whereby a good concord resulting from charity is 41 2, 35 | discord whereby an evil concord (i.e. concord ~in an evil 42 2, 35 | whereby an evil concord (i.e. concord ~in an evil will) is destroyed, 43 2, 35 | desolate," ~says: "Just as concord makes small things thrive, 44 2, 35 | Reply OBJ 3: The reason why concord makes small things thrive, 45 2, 37 | unity of spirit nor the ~concord of peace, and severs himself 46 2, 78 | innocence, friendship, concord, piety, religion, affection, 47 2, 78 | the external conduct and "concord" internally; two regard 48 2, 78 | here called "affection"; "concord," and ~"beneficence" which 49 2, 79 | treatise on charity, viz. of ~concord and the like, and partly 50 2, 166 | that harmony which is the concord of ~good works": and Tully 51 2, 170 | Ghost, because ~"there is no concord between Christ and Belial [*' 52 2, 170 | Christ and Belial [*'What concord hath ~Christ with Belial?']" ( 53 2, 186 | it "edifieth and begets concord." Hence the Apostle after 54 3, 27 | written (2 ~Cor. 6:15): "What concord hath Christ with Belial?" 55 3, 55 | written (2 Cor. 6:15): "What concord hath ~Christ with Belial?" 56 Suppl, 59| written (2 Cor. 6:14): "What concord hath light ~with darkness? [* 57 Suppl, 59| with darkness? And ~what concord hath Christ with Belial?']" 58 Suppl, 59| Now there is the greatest ~concord between husband and wife. 59 Suppl, 92| Christ. One is the union of concord, ~whereby He is united to 60 Suppl, 92| Christ with the Father by the concord of love, even if we ~consider 61 Suppl, 92| beatitude: "wisdom, friendship, concord, power, ~honor, security, 62 Suppl, 92| union of affections, and "concord" as regards consent in actions,


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