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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accepted

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | revealed by God, they must be accepted by faith. Hence the sacred 2 1, 23 | whatsoever way destination is accepted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 3 1, 78 | 1: If this authority is accepted, intelligence there means 4 2, 1 | difficulty, ~so that if one be accepted, it is not difficult to 5 2, 1 | whole truth of faith, it was accepted by the authority of the 6 2, 10 | resisted before it has been ~accepted, and such is the unbelief 7 2, 10 | resisted after it has been accepted, and this either ~in the 8 2, 10 | resists it without having accepted it, even as ~he who fails 9 2, 10 | the Jews, who have never accepted ~the Gospel faith. Since, 10 2, 10 | faith. Since, however, they accepted the figure of that faith ~ 11 2, 10 | because the ~latter have not accepted the Gospel faith in any 12 2, 10 | unbelievers who at some time have accepted ~the faith, and professed 13 2, 51 | what before it had rightly accepted. And since it can resist ~ 14 2, 66 | accusation in writing should be accepted."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 15 2, 66 | says, "Let no accusation be accepted in writing" ~it refers to 16 2, 75 | of a certain jester was ~accepted by all, "You wish to buy 17 2, 85 | done penance, tithes may be accepted from them on these ~things.~ 18 2, 87 | as His witness should be accepted as true. Now sometimes God 19 2, 92 | from the philosophers, who accepted the same things for ~sacred, 20 2, 98 | out of the office he has accepted), but a sale of the very 21 2, 183 | authority in laying aside the accepted charge for ~the reasons 22 2, 184 | will ~be forward, it is accepted according to that which 23 2, 187 | Bishop of Grenoble, who had ~accepted the episcopate after vowing 24 3, 46 | proposed; and this can be accepted in three ways. First of 25 3, 46 | the pain and sorrow were accepted voluntarily, to ~the end 26 3, 46 | sins of all ~men, Christ accepted sadness, the greatest in 27 3, 47 | employed by Job (21:14) can be ~accepted on their behalf: "(Who) 28 3, 48 | so favorably offered and ~accepted as the flesh of our sacrifice, 29 3, 55 | but after they had once accepted it, ~they had no further 30 3, 57 | Hence His own power can be accepted according to both. ~Likewise 31 3, 57 | Likewise a twofold power can be accepted regarding His human nature: 32 3, 83 | that this sacrifice may be accepted by God through the devotion 33 3, 83 | the former sacrifices were accepted by Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 34 3, 83 | angel, so that it may be ~accepted by God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 35 Suppl, 11| confidence ought not easily to be accepted in this way: ~but if it 36 Suppl, 17| of knowledge, cannot be accepted ~without sin by one who 37 Suppl, 71| satisfaction offered by one is accepted in lieu of ~another's.~Aquin.:


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