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56 compensation
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blotted

   Part, Question
1 1, 24 | 3) Whether anyone can be blotted out of the book of life?~ 2 1, 24 | Ps. 68:29, "Let them be ~blotted out of the book of the living. 3 1, 24 | 1~Whether anyone may be blotted out of the book of life?~ 4 1, 24 | seems that no one may be blotted out of the book of life. 5 1, 24 | Therefore neither can ~anyone be blotted out from the book of life.~ 6 1, 24 | Neither therefore can ~he be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] 7 1, 24 | It is said, "Let them be blotted out from the book of ~the 8 1, 24 | said that none could be blotted out of the book ~of life 9 1, 24 | they are then said to be blotted out. And thus a gloss ~explains 10 1, 24 | the passage: "Let them be blotted out of the book of the ~ 11 1, 24 | But because not to be blotted out of the book of life 12 1, 24 | therefore be said that to be blotted out, and not blotted out, 13 1, 24 | be blotted out, and not blotted out, of the ~book of life 14 1, 24 | reality; such ~are never blotted out from the book of life. 15 1, 24 | latter can be said to be ~blotted out of the book of life, 16 1, 24 | which one is said to be blotted out of the book ~of life 17 2, 75 | A sin is not ~quickly blotted out by repentance, is both 18 2, 94 | righteousness, which sin had ~blotted out, is graven on the heart 19 2, 94 | the law of ~nature can be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] 20 2, 94 | But the law of grace is blotted out by sin. Much more therefore ~ 21 2, 94 | can the law of nature be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] 22 2, 94 | the natural law ~cannot be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] 23 2, 94 | abstract, can nowise be ~blotted out from men's hearts. But 24 2, 94 | men's hearts. But it is blotted out in the case of a ~particular 25 2, 94 | the natural law can be ~blotted out from the human heart, 26 3, 22 | first place, our sins were blotted out, according to Rm. 4: 27 3, 22 | stain of sin is, indeed, ~blotted out by grace, by which the 28 3, 39 | drowned, just as our sins are blotted out in baptism. Therefore 29 3, 63 | Whether a character can be blotted out from the soul?~Aquin.: 30 3, 63 | that a character can be blotted out from the soul. ~Because 31 3, 63 | and consequently it can be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] 32 3, 63 | sacramental ~character be blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] 33 3, 63 | a ~character cannot be blotted out from the soul.~Aquin.: 34 3, 66 | the effect of Baptism is blotted out on being submitted to ~ 35 3, 69 | Donat. ~i): "Yesterday is blotted out, and whatever remains 36 3, 79 | Therefore mortal sins are blotted out by ~this sacrament. ~ 37 3, 79 | which act venial sins are blotted out.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] 38 3, 86 | who are lost, cannot be ~blotted out by Penance, because 39 3, 86 | if man wished a sin to be blotted out, which God were ~unwilling 40 3, 86 | life, every sin can be ~blotted out by true Penance.~Aquin.: 41 Suppl, 2 | contrition those sins are blotted out which ~we committed 42 Suppl, 4 | suffices ~for the sin to be blotted out. Now sin is already 43 Suppl, 4 | out. Now sin is already blotted out after the ~first sorrow 44 Suppl, 6 | whereby original sin is blotted out, is necessary for salvation, 45 Suppl, 10| again a ~sin which has been blotted out by confession. If, therefore, 46 Suppl, 10| contrition a sin has been blotted out as to the guilt, either 47 Suppl, 11| a sin which is ~already blotted out, which is unbecoming. 48 Suppl, 72| by Adam's sin which was ~blotted out by Christ's death: hence 49 Suppl, 84| or stain of many sins is blotted out ~by grace, it would 50 Suppl, 84| demerits which are not ~blotted out by repentance remain 51 Suppl, 84| while those which have been blotted out by repentance remain 52 Suppl, 84| which through being wholly blotted out by repentance will leave ~ 53 Suppl, 84| the good will be equally blotted out. Yet ~we know the sins 54 Suppl, 84| namely that a ~man's sins blotted out by repentance will not 55 Suppl, 84| crimes. Sins are said to be blotted out because God sees ~them 56 Appen1, 2| that actual sin is ~not blotted out save by contrition.


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