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37 moderates
37 nine
37 omnipotent
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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meriting

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | because thus he would be meriting it ~now; which is clearly 2 1, 62 | a lower angel could by ~meriting rise up to the rank of a 3 1, 62 | which is the principle of meriting, ~and by perfect grace, 4 1, 63 | because thus he would be meriting it ~now; which is clearly 5 1, 63 | a lower angel could by ~meriting rise up to the rank of a 6 1, 63 | which is the principle of meriting, ~and by perfect grace, 7 2, 114 | has an ~obstacle to his meriting grace, viz. sin. But when 8 2, 114 | that he speaks of faith as meriting ~justification. But if we 9 2, 114 | forgiveness in prayer, ~or by meriting congruously by other good 10 2, 12 | come there is no state of meriting or ~demeriting. Therefore 11 2, 66 | to do: for instance from meriting ~eternal life, and from 12 2, 81 | effect, namely, efficacy in meriting and efficacy in ~impetrating. 13 2, 81 | act, is efficacious in ~meriting, because it proceeds from 14 2, 81 | not for its efficacy in ~meriting, because thus it depends 15 2, 108 | inconsistent with their meriting an eternal reward. It is 16 2, 180 | come will be a state not of meriting ~but of receiving the reward 17 3, 19 | less than the dignity of meriting, which pertains to the ~ 18 3, 19 | He is not in the state of meriting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 19 3, 23 | granted to any man without ~meriting it to be a Christian, so 20 3, 23 | happen that this man without ~meriting it was Christ. But there 21 3, 49 | which is the cause of meriting, does not come under merit. 22 3, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: The source of meriting comes of the soul, while 23 3, 49 | which was the source of meriting, ought not to be ~acquired 24 3, 50 | which is the principle of meriting. ~Consequently, Christ's 25 Suppl, 4 | are not in the ~state of meriting. In this life, however, 26 Suppl, 19| proceeds from a mere man, ~as meriting by his own act: this blessing 27 Suppl, 69| body is in the ~state of meriting, while the soul separated 28 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 2: The state of meriting and demeriting is one state, 29 Suppl, 69| man outside the state ~of meriting or demeriting: whereas we 30 Suppl, 71| it may be considered as meriting eternal life, ~and this 31 Suppl, 72| are not in the state of meriting. ~Therefore they cannot 32 Suppl, 72| are not in the state of meriting, it does not follow that 33 Suppl, 86| certain ~things connected with meriting well, it behooves, for the 34 Suppl, 93| merit but in the manner ~of meriting; so that although two persons 35 Suppl, 93| merit as regards the way of ~meriting. But this would seem contrary 36 Suppl, 93| this more excellent way of meriting: and it is this excellence 37 Suppl, 96| nothing profits them to the meriting of ~eternal life, or to


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