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justifier 3
justifies 11
justifieth 9
justify 34
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justin 6
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34 guardian
34 hindering
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34 justify
34 maker
34 mingling
34 non-existence
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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justify

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | for example, to create, to justify, and the ~like - are said 2 2, 55 | without thee, ~will not justify thee without thee." It is 3 2, 100 | moral precepts could not justify man by causing justice.~ 4 2, 100 | precepts that they did not justify man save through the devotion ~ 5 2, 100 | The precepts of human law justify man by acquired justice: ~ 6 2, 103 | a law given which could ~justify [Vulg.: 'give life'], Christ 7 2, 103 | faith ~in Christ could not justify without the legal observances. 8 2, 106 | its efficacy, i.e. does it justify?~(3) Of its beginning: should 9 2, 106 | that the New Law does not justify. For no man is ~justified 10 2, 106 | Therefore the New Law does not ~justify.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 11 2, 106 | that the ~Old Law did not justify, because transgression increased 12 2, 106 | like the Old Law, does not justify.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 13 2, 106 | Therefore the New Law does not justify any more than the Old Law.~ 14 2, 106 | this, the New Law does not justify. Hence the Apostle says ( 15 2, 111 | bestowed on a man, not to justify him, but rather that he 16 2, 111 | without thyself, will not justify thee without ~thyself." 17 2, 111 | Reply OBJ 2: God does not justify us without ourselves, because 18 2, 113 | sacraments. Hence He can ~justify a man without the sacraments, 19 2, 113 | the angels just, than to justify the ungodly. Certainly, 20 2, 113 | other cause save God can justify the ungodly, ~even as nothing 21 2, 87 | are employed in order to justify men, and to put an end to ~ 22 3, 7 | essentially to operating grace to justify; but ~that it makes the 23 3, 43 | righteous being than to justify ~an ungodly one. Certainly 24 3, 43 | did without us, than to justify the ~ungodly, which thing 25 3, 56 | belongs to Christ, not to justify all men, but to judge them: 26 3, 62 | weak, because it does not justify perfectly." But grace justifies ~ 27 3, 62 | by the mind, was able to ~justify them. But we have faith 28 3, 62 | Christ, which is ~able to justify, also by the real use of 29 3, 68 | without thee, will not justify thee without thee." But 30 3, 84 | without thee, ~will not justify thee without thee." Therefore 31 Suppl, 6 | if thou hast anything ~to justify thyself." Therefore it is 32 Suppl, 42| marriage blessings which justify carnal concupiscence; ~secondly, 33 Suppl, 49| OBJ 2: These goods which justify marriage belong to the nature 34 Suppl, 49| reckoned among the goods which ~justify marriage; and accordingly


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