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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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believers

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1 2, 89 | impute first movements to ~believers, unto condemnation. Neither 2 2, 89 | nature in unbelievers as in believers. Therefore ~it is not possible 3 2, 89 | unbelief": whereas the ~sins of believers are more grievous on account 4 2, 89 | Wherefore the fact that ~believers are subject to concupiscence 5 2, 102 | foreshadowed the sprinkling of ~believers with the water of Baptism."~ 6 2, 102 | or ~the purification of believers; and this "seven times," 7 2, 107 | which is given inwardly to believers, and for this reason is 8 2, 4 | faith is common to all believers in Christ. But one ~accident 9 2, 4 | different relationships of ~believers to the one thing believed, 10 2, 5 | inspiration, not as now ~believers seek an absent God by faith, 11 2, 5 | diversity of faith among believers, but it is ~specifically 12 2, 10 | greater punishment is due to ~believers than to unbelievers, according 13 2, 10 | to acquire dominion over ~believers, or to have authority over 14 2, 12 | their ~subjects who are believers, they would equally lose 15 2, 12 | the distinction between believers ~and unbelievers is of Divine 16 2, 71 | slay the souls of future believers ~are more guilty than those 17 2, 170 | reasonableness of our faith; since believers, ~after receiving the Spirit, 18 3, 36 | the apostles ~and other believers of the Jews, to whom the 19 3, 39 | baptism heaven ~is opened to believers is in virtue of the prayer 20 3, 43 | these 'greater works' which believers in Him would do? ~That, 21 3, 46 | of the cleavage ~between believers and unbelievers, the multitude 22 3, 69 | but only in the faith of believers, Baptism proportionately 23 3, 70 | this ~faith; because as yet believers had not begun to be united 24 3, 70 | that parents who were believers offered up some prayers 25 3, 71 | priests place their ~hands on believers for the grace of exorcism, 26 3, 72 | Faith; but the rest of the believers, as doing that which ~gives 27 3, 72 | never wash away the ~sins of believers, had they not been sanctified 28 3, 72 | between unbelievers and believers, but between those who are 29 3, 74 | which is ~made up of many believers, just "as bread is composed 30 3, 77 | crushed by the teeth of believers." Consequently, the breaking 31 Suppl, 13| since grace is given to believers through faith in the Mediator. ~ 32 Suppl, 37| Testament. But some are believers and ~instructed, yet lie 33 Suppl, 59| common to unbelievers and believers, while the second belongs 34 Suppl, 59| second belongs only to ~believers, it follows that between 35 Suppl, 59| perfection as there is between ~believers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 36 Suppl, 59| marriage contracted between believers is more perfect ~than one 37 Suppl, 59| between unbelievers. Now, if believers marry within ~the degrees 38 Suppl, 59| whereas the marriage of believers is perfect and consequently ~ 39 Suppl, 65| regards marriage between believers, namely the ~signification 40 Suppl, 85| said to those who had been believers, which will not be said 41 Suppl, 85| He might be recognized by believers, it was necessary for the ~ 42 Suppl, 86| address Himself to the ~believers about to be condemned, the 43 Suppl, 86| of merits concerns only believers. Because in unbelievers 44 Suppl, 86| requiring discussion. But ~believers in whom the foundation of 45 Suppl, 86| of merits. Consequently, believers who ~were at least counted 46 Suppl, 86| words addressed to ~the believers about to be condemned will


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