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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acknowledge

   Part, Question
1 1, 32 | we bring ourselves to ~acknowledge the greatness of one God, 2 1, 47 | worlds ~exist who do not acknowledge any ordaining wisdom, but 3 1, 48 | worlds ~exist who do not acknowledge any ordaining wisdom, but 4 2, 5 | none would have failed to acknowledge in his will." ~Therefore 5 2, 27 | that "we love those ~who acknowledge their evils." Therefore 6 2, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Those who acknowledge their evils, are beloved, 7 2, 27 | evils, but because they acknowledge them, for it is a good thing 8 2, 27 | for it is a good thing to ~acknowledge one's faults, in so far 9 2, 65 | says: "He that ~fails to acknowledge the truth, has no true virtue, 10 2, 98 | reason, that he did not acknowledge his need of the Old Law; 11 2, 106 | realize his weakness, and acknowledge his need of grace. This 12 2, 30 | Luc. xii, 18]: "If you ~acknowledge them," viz. your temporal 13 2, 37 | members of the Church who acknowledge his supremacy.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 111 | a well-disposed mind to ~acknowledge one's fault when one is 15 2, 111 | sinful that which he does not acknowledge to be sinful: ~which would 16 2, 120 | Now one must first ~of all acknowledge God with a view to worship, 17 2, 121 | or ~fortitude, as also to acknowledge one's own infirmity, and 18 2, 152 | neither honor nor shame, ~acknowledge their disgrace and crime." 19 2, 159 | sixth is "to believe and acknowledge oneself viler than all"; 20 2, 159 | the first of which is "to acknowledge oneself contemptible"; ~ 21 2, 159 | hidden faults which we ~acknowledge in ourselves, and the hidden 22 2, 160 | humility is "to believe and acknowledge ~oneself viler than all," 23 2, 184 | commend him: ~provided we acknowledge the first as to be preferred 24 2, 184 | by the common ~people who acknowledge none but outward excellence. 25 3, 2 | our Lord ~Jesus Christ we acknowledge two natures and one hypostasis."~ 26 3, 2 | the Lord ~Jesus Christ we acknowledge two natures, but one hypostasis 27 3, 27 | mother's ~womb he was able to acknowledge, believe, and consent, whereas 28 3, 35 | is temporal. Nor do we ~acknowledge the flesh of the Son of 29 3, 35 | power. But that we might acknowledge the work of God in the ~ 30 3, 40 | discern His sanctity and acknowledge His power."~Aquin.: SMT 31 3, 46 | death, and to destroy it. Acknowledge, then, that it was for ~ 32 3, 47 | crucify Him rather ~than acknowledge Him." But to this it may 33 3, 50 | If any man does ~not acknowledge that the Word of God suffered 34 3, 66 | error and ignorance, and to ~acknowledge the true faith, since 'the 35 3, 75 | withdraw his error, and to acknowledge ~the truth of the faith.~ 36 3, 86 | his wicked conscience ~to acknowledge and confess his sin." Therefore 37 3, 89 | both now and hereafter, acknowledge ~how perfectly the boy Benedict 38 3, 89 | in Evang.), "those who ~acknowledge themselves to have strayed 39 Suppl, 6 | nature it ~was sufficient to acknowledge one's sin inwardly before 40 Suppl, 6 | order that ~everyone may acknowledge himself to be a sinner, 41 Suppl, 6 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All must acknowledge Christ as their judge, to 42 Suppl, 6 | of a good conscience to acknowledge a fault where there is none." ~ 43 Suppl, 6 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: To acknowledge a fault where there is none, 44 Suppl, 6 | erroneous conscience, to acknowledge having done what one has 45 Suppl, 21| kept ~out of evil, he may acknowledge his weakness, and humbly 46 Suppl, 32| given to none but such as ~acknowledge it. Now this does not apply 47 Suppl, 32| given those who cannot ~acknowledge it, and especially to madmen 48 Suppl, 84| blameworthy he will all the more acknowledge himself to ~be blamed. For 49 Suppl, 96| for which reason they will acknowledge themselves for ever the ~


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