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christianity 2
christiano 1
christians 45
christmas 9
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45 christians
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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christians

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1 1, 109 | private contracts; good Christians by public justice, bad ~ 2 1, 109 | by public justice, bad ~Christians by the signs of public justice." 3 1, 109 | the city. ~Therefore good Christians, so far as they work miracles 4 1, 109 | public justice": but bad ~Christians by the "signs of public 5 2, 103 | our sacraments, in which Christians share, are the ~actual representation."~ 6 2, 10 | can have authority over Christians?~(11) Whether the rites 7 2, 10 | servant by command. Now Christians can have unbelievers, either 8 2, 10 | when, while dwelling among Christians they are guilty of some ~ 9 2, 10 | Wherefore the Church permits Christians to work on the land ~of 10 2, 10 | children as soon as these were Christians. Therefore these should 11 2, 11 | heresies and sects among Christians, so were there ~among the 12 2, 11 | so also heresies among ~Christians are about matter touching 13 2, 38 | country, or in defense of ~Christians, God will give him a heavenly 14 2, 58 | our Lord ~does not forbid Christians to reprove others from kindly 15 2, 93 | not to be mentioned among ~Christians, and we forbid the practice 16 2, 97 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Christians are sanctified by faith 17 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Christians are bound to obey the secular 18 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that Christians are not bound to obey the 19 2, 102 | free in every kingdom." Now Christians, by their ~faith in Christ, 20 2, 102 | usurpation, it seems that Christians ought not to ~obey secular 21 2, 170 | purpose the destruction of Christians." And since prophecy is ~ 22 2, 176 | miracles in one way, good Christians in another, ~wicked Christians 23 2, 176 | Christians in another, ~wicked Christians in another. Magicians by 24 2, 176 | compact with the ~demons, good Christians by their manifest righteousness, 25 2, 176 | manifest righteousness, evil Christians ~by the outward signs of 26 2, 185 | disorderly." For he calls all Christians brothers, since at that 27 2, 185 | needy brethren; for all Christians belong to one ~commonwealth."~ 28 2, 187 | to draw Gentiles or even Christians to observe the ~Jewish ritual, 29 3, 16 | man," is admitted by all ~Christians, yet not in the same way 30 3, 23 | Christian." But other men are Christians by the grace of adoption. ~ 31 3, 67 | can baptize who were never Christians; nor should anything be ~ 32 3, 67 | brought up among Catholic Christians, the ~godparents may well 33 3, 72 | they ~may become perfect Christians."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 34 3, 80 | given to such with the other Christians. I think ~that it is beseeming 35 Suppl, 93| suffices when they become ~Christians and keep the commandments 36 Suppl, 96| least the punishment of Christians has an end?~(5) Whether 37 Suppl, 96| Whether the punishment of Christians is brought to an end by 38 Suppl, 96| least the punishment of Christians is ~brought to an end by 39 Suppl, 96| Christian. Therefore all Christians will at length be saved.~ 40 Suppl, 96| meat and drink ~whereof Christians partake in common. Therefore 41 Suppl, 96| in common. Therefore all Christians will be ~saved at length.~ 42 Suppl, 96| kingdom of God." Now some Christians are unjust. Therefore ~Christians 43 Suppl, 96| Christians are unjust. Therefore ~Christians will not all come to the 44 Suppl, 96| punished for ever. Therefore ~Christians who have turned back after 45 Suppl, 96| for ~all men, but only for Christians. although they stated the


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