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adduces 5
adequate 21
adequately 28
adhere 56
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adherence 10
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57 valid
57 withdraws
56 adhere
56 adored
56 animated
56 applicable
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adhere

   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | infinity. Hence we must adhere to the ~former statement; 2 1, 58 | knowing the ~creature, do not adhere to it, for that would be 3 1, 64 | adhesion, it can freely ~adhere either to this or to its 4 1, 67 | enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere to the Word of God.~Aquin.: 5 1, 68 | multiplicity of senses, one should ~adhere to a particular explanation, 6 1, 59 | knowing the ~creature, do not adhere to it, for that would be 7 1, 65 | adhesion, it can freely ~adhere either to this or to its 8 1, 68 | enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere to the Word of God.~Aquin.: 9 1, 69 | multiplicity of senses, one should ~adhere to a particular explanation, 10 1, 78 | to "understand" is to adhere to the formed judgment with 11 1, 81 | the will must of necessity adhere to the last end, ~which 12 1, 81 | to such the will does not adhere of necessity. But there 13 1, 81 | shown, the will does not adhere to God of ~necessity, nor 14 1, 92 | the mind will blissfully adhere, whatever it ~sees it will 15 1, 105| to be unformed, except it adhere to the first ~truth; while 16 2, 4 | It is good for me to adhere to my God." ~Therefore nothing 17 2, 11 | 10,11): "To enjoy is to adhere lovingly to something for 18 2, 11 | contrary, "to enjoy is to adhere lovingly to something for 19 2, 67 | good to God; fortitude will adhere to Him most ~steadfastly; 20 2, 109| 28, "it is good for Me to adhere to my God." And that ~they 21 2, 114| But it is good for men to adhere to my God") and consequently ~ 22 2, 2 | in so far as the latter adhere to the Divine teaching. 23 2, 4 | induces the intellect to adhere to a truth, ~wherefore the 24 2, 4 | not make the intellect ~adhere to anything firmly; when 25 2, 5 | Consequently whoever does not adhere, as to an ~infallible and 26 2, 5 | requires that man should adhere to the First Truth above 27 2, 7 | fear, because it makes man adhere ~to God and to be subject 28 2, 8 | about the end, and must adhere to it firmly as to the greatest 29 2, 8 | esteem that he ought to adhere to these things, and to 30 2, 10 | since his ~intention is to adhere to a good angel. Therefore 31 2, 10 | the same ~authority, to adhere to Satan when he begins 32 2, 16 | it adheres. Now one may adhere to a thing in two ~ways: 33 2, 16 | Accordingly charity makes us adhere to God for His own ~sake, 34 2, 16 | hope and faith make man adhere to God as to a ~principle 35 2, 16 | Accordingly faith makes us adhere to God, as the source whence 36 2, 16 | true: ~while hope makes us adhere to God, as the source whence 37 2, 18 | if a man turn to God and adhere to Him, through fear of ~ 38 2, 22 | 28: "It is good for me to adhere to God," and ~to this good 39 2, 26 | 28: "It is good for me to adhere to ~my God"; whereas the 40 2, 33 | which the mind is obliged to adhere. ~Wherefore if a man is 41 2, 37 | a power as this does not adhere to the ~recipient immovably: 42 2, 41 | elders, i.e. ~the perfect, adhere to God alone, Whose goodness 43 2, 41 | unchangeable, for ~though they adhere to their superiors, they 44 2, 41 | only in so far as these ~adhere to Christ, according to 45 2, 41 | is not found in those who adhere to God ~perfectly by love, 46 2, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Men who adhere to sensible things think 47 2, 80 | It is good ~for me to adhere to my God, to put my hope 48 2, 102| goods in order that he may adhere to God, his virtue ~derives 49 2, 102| earthly thing in order to adhere to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 102| man contemns that ~he may adhere to God, the greater the 51 2, 120| religion is for man to adhere to a false god, according 52 2, 123| translation requires one to adhere to these ~terms on account 53 2, 138| Divine Law is ~that man may adhere to God: wherefore the Divine 54 2, 183| better ~things in order to adhere to things that are not so 55 3, 1 | inasmuch as they do not ~adhere to Christ, according to 56 3, 63 | the more firmly does it adhere ~to its subject. But grace


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