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dares 7
daring 239
darings 1
dark 44
darken 3
darkened 24
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44 argues
44 conducive
44 confessed
44 dark
44 defend
44 dilection
44 dry
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dark

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | an enigma [*Douay: 'in a dark ~manner']," "by the terms ' 2 1, 12 | now in a glass and in a dark manner, but then face to 3 1, 53 | assigned in which the air was dark, or in which the matter ~ 4 1, 56 | now through a ~glass in a dark manner; but then face to 5 1, 58 | light that shineth in a dark place." So the ~angel's 6 1, 58 | ignorance or error; yet it is dark in comparison with the ~ 7 1, 64 | and the demons are in this dark atmosphere for our trial: 8 1, 64 | while they are in ~this dark atmosphere, nevertheless 9 1, 54 | assigned in which the air was dark, or in which the matter ~ 10 1, 57 | now through a ~glass in a dark manner; but then face to 11 1, 59 | light that shineth in a dark place." So the ~angel's 12 1, 59 | ignorance or error; yet it is dark in comparison with the ~ 13 1, 65 | and the demons are in this dark atmosphere for our trial: 14 1, 65 | while they are in ~this dark atmosphere, nevertheless 15 1, 101 | darkness, as the air grows dark when the light ceases to 16 2, 67 | faith is knowledge in a dark manner. Therefore, the ~ 17 2, 106 | now through a glass in a dark manner; but then face to 18 2, 1 | now through a glass in a dark manner; but then face to 19 2, 1 | now through a glass in a dark manner." ~Therefore what 20 2, 1 | now through a glass in a dark manner; but then face ~to 21 2, 4 | now through a glass in a dark manner; but then face ~to 22 2, 5 | the knowledge of faith is dark and obscure, according to ~ 23 2, 5 | now through a glass in a dark manner." Now in their ~original 24 2, 26 | now through a ~glass, in a dark manner" (1 Cor. 13:12). 25 2, 64 | furvus' and so from 'fuscus' [dark], because he takes advantage 26 2, 163 | look into things deep and dark." The putting of enmities ~ 27 2, 171 | light that shineth in a dark ~place." Now nothing can 28 2, 172 | light ~that shineth in a dark place." Now there is no 29 2, 178 | through a glass" and "in a dark manner" (1 Cor. 13:12). 30 2, 178 | now through a glass in a dark manner." ~Therefore seemingly 31 3, 42 | expound His ~doctrine in the dark: but He says this because 32 3, 44 | that it was exceedingly ~dark from the sixth to the ninth 33 3, 51 | women that "when it was yet dark" they came "to the sepulchre" ( 34 3, 52 | more, to a land that is dark and ~covered with the mist 35 3, 53 | early, when it was yet ~dark, unto the sepulchre": but 36 3, 53 | statement "when it was yet dark," as Augustine says ~(De 37 3, 61 | know "through a glass in a dark manner," (1 Cor. 13:12) 38 3, 80 | through a glass" and "in a dark manner." And therefore, 39 3, 83 | 20:1), "while it was yet dark they came to the tomb." ~ 40 3, 83 | that is, "when ~it was yet dark, before the sun's rising 41 Suppl, 69| in darkness by sin, with ~dark places.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 42 Suppl, 89| now through a ~glass in a dark manner, but then face to 43 Suppl, 94| speaking, the ~place is dark. Yet by Divine disposition, 44 Appen1, 1| will be so much ~in the dark that they will not know


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