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redeems 2
redempt 3
redemption 60
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60 shamefacedness
60 subsist
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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redemption

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1 2, 81 | else all would not need redemption [*Cf. ~Translator's note 2 2, 102 | represent the mystery of the ~Redemption of man by Christ.~Aquin.: 3 2, 103 | OBJ 2: The mystery of the redemption of the human race was ~fulfilled 4 2, 106 | the accomplishment of his redemption by Christ: wherefore it 5 2, 1 | others: thus faith in the Redemption of mankind includes belief 6 2, 145 | devoutly the mysteries of our redemption. For this reason the ~eating 7 2, 159 | us in the mystery of our redemption is the humility of God." ~ 8 3, 5 | through the work of our ~redemption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] A[2] 9 3, 5 | bestow on it the boon of ~redemption; or He reckoned it altogether 10 3, 14 | carry out the work of our ~redemption, as stated above (A[1]). 11 3, 15 | to the end, which is the redemption of the human race.~Aquin.: 12 3, 22 | His ~grace, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, 13 3, 22 | sin, ~since "there is no redemption in hell" (Office of the 14 3, 26 | added: "Who gave Himself a redemption for all."~Aquin.: SMT TP 15 3, 26 | understand that the grace of redemption might at the same time be 16 3, 26 | one of preservation and Redemption. Hence it is that St. Thomas ~ 17 3, 27 | she would not have needed ~redemption and salvation which is by 18 3, 36 | been a ~hindrance to the redemption of man, which was accomplished 19 3, 36 | be excluded from Christ's redemption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 20 3, 45 | fulfil ~the mysteries of our redemption in a passible body. This 21 3, 46 | His grace, through ~the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, 22 3, 46 | produced the fruit of our redemption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 23 3, 48 | Whether it was by way of redemption?~(5) Whether it is proper 24 3, 48 | our salvation by way of redemption?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 25 3, 48 | our salvation ~by way of redemption. For no one purchases or 26 3, 48 | from his power by way of redemption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 27 3, 48 | blood as the price of our redemption. Therefore Christ did not ~ 28 3, 48 | s Passion is called our redemption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 29 3, 48 | therefore justice required man's redemption with regard to ~God, but 30 3, 48 | Because, with regard to God, redemption was necessary for ~man's 31 3, 48 | have ~paid the price of our redemption - His own precious blood - 32 3, 48 | redeem who pays the price of redemption. ~But God the Father gave 33 3, 48 | the Father gave His Son in redemption for our sins, as is written ~( 34 3, 48 | 9): "The Lord hath sent redemption to His people," upon which ~ 35 3, 48 | that is, Christ, who gives redemption to captives." ~Therefore 36 3, 48 | blood," is the price ~of our redemption (Lev. 17:11,14), and that 37 3, 48 | immediately; although the redemption may be ascribed to the whole 38 3, 48 | commend ~my spirit.'" And so redemption belongs immediately to the 39 3, 48 | Man-Christ paid the price of our redemption ~immediately, but at the 40 3, 48 | Church, ~as by way, not of redemption, but of example and exhortation, 41 3, 48 | guilt, ~it acts by way of redemption: but in so far as we are 42 3, 49 | forgiveness of sins by way ~of redemption. For since He is our head, 43 3, 49 | because "in hell there is no redemption" [*Office of ~the Dead, 44 3, 49 | having obtained eternal redemption." ~And this is foreshadowed ( 45 3, 52 | since the price of man's redemption was ~not yet paid: just 46 3, 54 | accomplish the mystery of ~our redemption. Consequently, when this 47 3, 66 | enough to consummate our redemption: yet those three days ~were 48 3, 79 | all their own, for the ~redemption of their souls, for the 49 3, 82 | because the blood denotes the ~redemption derived by the people from 50 3, 83 | celebrated, the work of ~our redemption is enacted." Consequently, 51 Suppl, 69| contrary, In hell there is no redemption [*Office of the Dead, ~Resp. 52 Suppl, 71| of hell. Now "there is no redemption ~in hell" [*Office of the 53 Suppl, 71| damned, where there is no redemption for those who are finally 54 Suppl, 75| original sin would not need the redemption which was wrought by ~Christ, 55 Suppl, 75| that they ~needed not this redemption, because it was granted 56 Suppl, 75| that every one needs the redemption of Christ personally, ~and 57 Suppl, 87| but also by reason of the Redemption, which pertains to Him in 58 Suppl, 87| addition of the boon of the Redemption, on ~account of the obstacle 59 Suppl, 87| favor of that same nature's Redemption ~that man is admitted to 60 Suppl, 87| not have sufficed for the redemption of ~mankind, had He been


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