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1 1, 1 | they must be accepted by faith. Hence the sacred text ~ 2 1, 1 | proceeds from ~articles of faith which are not self-evident, 3 1, 1 | all: "For all men have not faith" (2 Thess. 3:2). Therefore ~ 4 1, 1 | belongs that whereby saving faith is begotten, nourished, 5 1, 1 | principles - namely, articles ~of faith - can be doubted. Therefore 6 1, 1 | doubt about articles of faith is not due to the ~uncertain 7 1, 1 | namely, the articles of faith, for faith is about God. 8 1, 1 | the articles of faith, for faith is about God. The ~object 9 1, 1 | Put arguments aside where faith is sought." But in ~this 10 1, 1 | But in ~this doctrine, faith especially is sought: "But 11 1, 1 | according to Gregory (Hom. 26), "faith has no merit in those things 12 1, 1 | which are the articles of faith, but from them it goes on 13 1, 1 | who deny one article of faith, we can argue from another. 14 1, 1 | proving the articles of faith by reasoning, but only of ~ 15 1, 1 | if he has any - against faith. Since faith ~rests upon 16 1, 1 | any - against faith. Since faith ~rests upon infallible truth, 17 1, 1 | arguments brought against faith ~cannot be demonstrations, 18 1, 1 | what must be received on faith, nevertheless, this doctrine 19 1, 1 | argues from ~articles of faith to other truths.~Aquin.: 20 1, 1 | not, ~indeed, to prove faith (for thereby the merit of 21 1, 1 | for thereby the merit of faith would come to an ~end), 22 1, 1 | reason should minister to faith as the natural bent of the 23 1, 1 | merely as probable. For our faith ~rests upon the revelation 24 1, 1 | since nothing necessary to faith is contained under the spiritual 25 1, 2 | For it ~is an article of faith that God exists. But what 26 1, 2 | God exists. But what is of faith cannot be ~demonstrated, 27 1, 2 | scientific knowledge; ~whereas faith is of the unseen (Heb. 11: 28 1, 2 | reason, are not articles of faith, but are ~preambles to the 29 1, 2 | preambles to the articles; for faith presupposes natural knowledge, 30 1, 2 | accepting, as a matter of faith, something which in itself ~ 31 1, 3 | But My just man liveth by faith; ~but if he withdraw himself, 32 1, 12 | God; which is ~opposed to faith. For the ultimate perfection 33 1, 12 | hope, as vision responds to faith, and fruition responds to ~ 34 1, 12 | purified by ~the justice of faith." Therefore God cannot be 35 1, 12 | adheres to God by grace of faith. But ~faith does not seem 36 1, 12 | by grace of faith. But ~faith does not seem to be knowledge; 37 1, 12 | seen are the objects of faith, and not of knowledge." ~ 38 1, 12 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith is a kind of knowledge, 39 1, 12 | intellect is ~determined by faith to some knowable object. 40 1, 12 | believed. Thus as far as faith falls short of ~vision, 41 1, 13 | the contrary, What is of faith cannot be false. But some 42 1, 13 | affirmative ~propositions are of faith; as that God is Three and 43 1, 27 | that sense the Catholic Faith understands procession as 44 1, 29 | to ~express the ancient faith about God. Nor is such a 45 1, 32 | natural reason, derogates from faith in two ways. Firstly, as ~ 46 1, 32 | regards the dignity of faith itself, which consists in 47 1, 32 | the ~Apostle says that "faith is of things that appear 48 1, 32 | of drawing others to the faith. For when anyone in ~the 49 1, 32 | the endeavor to prove the faith brings forward reasons which 50 1, 32 | attempt to prove what is of faith, except by ~authority alone, 51 1, 32 | suffices to prove that what faith teaches is not impossible. 52 1, 32 | xxvii. in ~Joan.) that by faith we arrive at knowledge, 53 1, 32 | notions are not articles of faith. Therefore ~different opinions 54 1, 32 | answer that, Anything is of faith in two ways; directly, where 55 1, 32 | obstinately. A thing is of faith, indirectly, if the denial 56 1, 32 | consequence something against faith; as for instance if ~anyone 57 1, 32 | involving consequences against faith, and ~particularly if no 58 1, 32 | consequences follow against ~faith, then the error cannot be 59 1, 32 | anything at variance with faith. ~If, however, anyone should 60 1, 32 | consequences against the faith would follow, he ~would 61 1, 36 | heretical since it destroys the Faith in the Trinity. Therefore 62 1, 36 | of the Church a symbol of faith has been ~drawn up to meet 63 1, 36 | making a new ~symbol of faith; but what was implicitly 64 1, 36 | in this ~expression of my faith, that I may ever possess 65 1, 39 | Augustine says, in his sermon on Faith [*Serm. ii, in ~coena Domini], " 66 1, 39 | might verge on error in faith should be ~avoided in the 67 1, 39 | persons, may verge on error in faith; for it may be supposed 68 1, 39 | the manifestation of our faith it is fitting that the ~ 69 1, 39 | explained. So, no error in faith can arise, but rather manifestation 70 1, 43 | gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~knowledge. Therefore 71 1, 43 | and if I ~should have all faith so that I could move mountains, 72 1, 43 | confirmation and propagation of the faith by such visible signs. This 73 1, 46 | to exist in an article of Faith?~(3) How God is said to 74 1, 46 | Whether it is an article of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: 75 1, 46 | it is not an article of faith but a ~demonstrable conclusion 76 1, 46 | not only is it known by faith.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 77 1, 46 | contrary, The articles of faith cannot be proved demonstratively, ~ 78 1, 46 | demonstratively, ~because faith is of things "that appear 79 1, 46 | began, is an article of ~faith; for we say, "I believe 80 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, By faith alone do we hold, and by 81 1, 46 | by revelation, on ~which faith rests. Hence that the world 82 1, 46 | to exist is an object of ~faith, but not of demonstration 83 1, 46 | to demonstrate what is of faith, should ~bring forward reasons 84 1, 46 | believe things ~that are of faith.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 85 1, 51 | is contrary to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that God 86 1, 53 | because it is an article of faith that ~Christ's soul descended 87 1, 57 | derogates from the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that these 88 1, 58 | imperfect is ~done away: just as faith, which is of the things 89 1, 61 | from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without doubt; 90 1, 63 | rejected as contrary to faith; ~because the whole corporeal 91 1, 64 | while according to Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly 92 1, 65 | Apostle says (Heb. 11:3): "By faith ~we understand that the 93 1, 68 | as neither contrary to faith nor difficult to be proved 94 1, 39 | Augustine says, in his sermon on Faith [*Serm. ii, in ~coena Domini], " 95 1, 39 | might verge on error in faith should be ~avoided in the 96 1, 39 | persons, may verge on error in faith; for it may be supposed 97 1, 39 | the manifestation of our faith it is fitting that the ~ 98 1, 39 | explained. So, no error in faith can arise, but rather manifestation 99 1, 43 | gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~knowledge. Therefore 100 1, 43 | and if I ~should have all faith so that I could move mountains, 101 1, 43 | confirmation and propagation of the faith by such visible signs. This 102 1, 47 | to exist in an article of Faith?~(3) How God is said to 103 1, 47 | Whether it is an article of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: 104 1, 47 | it is not an article of faith but a ~demonstrable conclusion 105 1, 47 | not only is it known by faith.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 106 1, 47 | contrary, The articles of faith cannot be proved demonstratively, ~ 107 1, 47 | demonstratively, ~because faith is of things "that appear 108 1, 47 | began, is an article of ~faith; for we say, "I believe 109 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, By faith alone do we hold, and by 110 1, 47 | by revelation, on ~which faith rests. Hence that the world 111 1, 47 | to exist is an object of ~faith, but not of demonstration 112 1, 47 | to demonstrate what is of faith, should ~bring forward reasons 113 1, 47 | believe things ~that are of faith.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 114 1, 52 | is contrary to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that God 115 1, 54 | because it is an article of faith that ~Christ's soul descended 116 1, 58 | derogates from the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that these 117 1, 59 | imperfect is ~done away: just as faith, which is of the things 118 1, 62 | from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without doubt; 119 1, 64 | rejected as contrary to faith; ~because the whole corporeal 120 1, 65 | while according to Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly 121 1, 66 | Apostle says (Heb. 11:3): "By faith ~we understand that the 122 1, 69 | as neither contrary to faith nor difficult to be proved 123 1, 78 | to the teaching of ~our faith, is God Himself, Who is 124 1, 81 | and if I should have all faith, and have not charity, I 125 1, 81 | there is no ~need to have faith in what that book says. 126 1, 83 | and ~consistent with our faith, we must claim it from them 127 1, 83 | anything consistent with faith, he adopted it: and those ~ 128 1, 83 | which he found contrary to faith he amended. Now Plato held, 129 1, 83 | since it seems contrary to faith that forms of things themselves, 130 1, 86 | says (De Trin. xiii, 1): "Faith is not seen ~in the heart 131 1, 86 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although faith is not known by external 132 1, 86 | no one knows that he has faith unless he knows that ~he 133 1, 89 | contrary ~to the Catholic Faith," among which the first 134 1, 89 | impossible, and is against ~faith. For it has been proved 135 1, 92 | is clearly the case with faith, which comes to us temporally ~ 136 1, 92 | while in the future life faith will no longer ~exist, but 137 1, 92 | only the remembrance of faith.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 138 1, 93 | us to know the truths of faith in order to ~direct our 139 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, faith is a virtue. But it did 140 1, 94 | existed in that state; as faith, which is of things not 141 1, 94 | of final beatitude. Hence faith and ~hope could exist in 142 1, 98 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, By faith alone do we hold truths 143 1, 103 | answer that, Both reason and faith bind us to say that creatures 144 1, 103 | contrary to the Catholic faith, which confesses that God 145 1, 104 | which hope comes from faith, whereby we believe in the 146 1, 110 | For man is ~enlightened by faith; hence Dionysius (Eccl. 147 1, 110 | baptism, as "the sacrament of faith." But faith is ~immediately 148 1, 110 | sacrament of faith." But faith is ~immediately from God, 149 1, 110 | grace you are saved ~through faith, and that not of yourselves, 150 1, 110 | concur in the virtue of faith; first, the ~habit of the 151 1, 110 | assents to the truth of faith, not as ~convinced by the 152 1, 110 | willingly." In this respect faith comes ~from God alone. Secondly, 153 1, 110 | from God alone. Secondly, faith requires that what is to 154 1, 110 | according to Rm. ~10:17, "Faith cometh by hearing"; principally, 155 1, 110 | in the enlightenment of faith. Moreover, men are enlightened 156 1, 112 | a right intention: for "faith directs the ~intention" 157 1, 113 | confirm the teaching of the faith. This ~is unfitting; for 158 1, 116 | doctor of the Gentiles in faith and ~truth."~Aquin.: SMT 159 2, 4 | is the entire reward of ~faith." But the prize or reward 160 2, 4 | Further, vision corresponds to faith; while delight or enjoyment ~ 161 2, 4 | But charity ranks before faith, as the Apostle ~says (1 162 2, 4 | course, I have kept the faith; as to the rest there is 163 2, 4 | saying: "For we walk by faith and ~not by sight." Now 164 2, 4 | that so long as we walk by faith ~and not by sight, bereft 165 2, 19 | 23): "All that is not of faith" - i.e. all that is ~against 166 2, 29 | not to know the truth of faith, ~that they may sin freely; 167 2, 40 | thing. But confidence, like faith, seems to ~belong to the 168 2, 40 | begot Jacob," says, i.e. "faith begets hope, and hope begets ~ 169 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Faith is a habit, and yet it increases: 170 2, 52 | 5): "Lord, increase our faith." ~Therefore habits increase.~ 171 2, 55 | instance, we give the name Faith, to that which we believe, 172 2, 56 | reason, is the subject of Faith: for ~the intellect is moved 173 2, 56 | to assent to what is of ~faith: for "no man believeth, 174 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, faith, hope, and charity are virtues. 175 2, 58 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith, hope, and charity are superhuman 176 2, 62 | precepts about the acts of faith, hope, and ~charity: for 177 2, 62 | love Him." Therefore ~faith, hope, and charity are virtues 178 2, 62 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether faith, hope, and charity are fittingly 179 2, 62 | OBJ 1: It would seem that faith, hope, and charity are not 180 2, 62 | intellectual and moral virtues. Now faith is not reckoned among the ~ 181 2, 62 | 13): "Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three."~ 182 2, 62 | these are the articles of faith, about which is faith. Secondly, 183 2, 62 | of faith, about which is faith. Secondly, the will ~is 184 2, 62 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith and hope imply a certain 185 2, 62 | certain imperfection: since faith is ~of things unseen, and 186 2, 62 | things not possessed. Hence faith and ~hope, in things that 187 2, 62 | the notion ~of virtue. But faith and hope in things which 188 2, 62 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether faith precedes hope, and hope 189 2, 62 | theological virtues is not ~that faith precedes hope, and hope 190 2, 62 | Therefore it seems that faith precedes ~charity, and charity 191 2, 62 | 13): "Now ~there remain faith, hope, charity."~Aquin.: 192 2, 62 | perfect, in one same subject faith ~precedes hope, and hope 193 2, 62 | intellect. Now it is by faith that the intellect ~apprehends 194 2, 62 | the order of generation, ~faith precedes hope and charity. 195 2, 62 | perfection, charity precedes faith and hope: because ~both 196 2, 62 | and hope: because ~both faith and hope are quickened by 197 2, 63 | 23, "All that is not of faith is sin," says: ~"The whole 198 2, 63 | best behaved people." Now faith cannot be acquired by ~means 199 2, 63 | grace you are saved through faith." Therefore no acquired 200 2, 64 | and presumption. Likewise faith holds a middle course between ~ 201 2, 64 | God Himself: because our faith ~is ruled according to Divine 202 2, 64 | infinite. In like manner faith ~holds a middle course between 203 2, 65 | without them?~(4) Whether faith and hope can be without 204 2, 65 | words, "All that is not of faith is sin" (Rm. 14:23), says: " 205 2, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether faith and hope can be without 206 2, 65 | OBJ 1: It would seem that faith and hope are never without 207 2, 65 | charity. Neither therefore can faith and hope ~be without charity.~ 208 2, 65 | Q[62], A[3]). Therefore faith cannot be without charity.~ 209 2, 65 | gloss on Mt. 1:2 says that "faith begets hope, and ~hope, 210 2, 65 | be ~without it. Therefore faith can be without hope; and 211 2, 65 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Faith and hope, like the moral 212 2, 65 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly faith and hope can exist indeed 213 2, 65 | charity. For, since the act of faith is to believe in God; and 214 2, 65 | not be a perfect act of faith. To will as one ought is ~ 215 2, 65 | Civ. Dei xiv, 9). Hence faith may be without charity, 216 2, 65 | without charity. Consequently, faith and hope can be without ~ 217 2, 65 | end. ~On the other hand faith and hope, as such, do not 218 2, 65 | This argument is true of faith considered as a perfect ~ 219 2, 65 | Whether charity can be without faith and hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS 220 2, 65 | that charity can be without faith and hope. For ~charity is 221 2, 65 | without already having faith, or hope in future bliss. ~ 222 2, 65 | Therefore charity can be without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 223 2, 65 | can sometimes be without faith and ~hope, and the other 224 2, 65 | And yet He had ~neither faith nor hope: because He was 225 2, 65 | charity can be ~without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 226 2, 65 | says (Heb. 11:6): "Without faith it is ~impossible to please 227 2, 65 | to have charity without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 228 2, 65 | which things we hold by faith and hope. Wherefore just 229 2, 65 | is impossible without ~faith, so as to believe in this 230 2, 65 | quite impossible ~without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 231 2, 65 | object we are ~directed by faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 232 2, 65 | Charity is the root of faith and hope, in so far as it ~ 233 2, 65 | perfection of virtue. But faith and hope as such are the ~ 234 2, 65 | Christ there was neither faith nor hope, on account of ~ 235 2, 65 | imperfection. But instead of faith, He had manifest ~vision, 236 2, 66 | virtues; e.g. ~Abraham for faith (Rm. 4), Moses for his meekness ( 237 2, 66 | for example, charity, than faith and ~hope. Secondly, it 238 2, 66 | virtues. Because, since faith is in the intellect, while 239 2, 66 | appetitive power, it seems that faith is compared to hope and ~ 240 2, 66 | Q[62], A[3]). ~Therefore faith is greater than hope and 241 2, 66 | noble than its effect. Now faith and ~hope are the cause 242 2, 66 | gloss on Mt. 1:3 says that "faith ~begets hope, and hope charity." 243 2, 66 | hope charity." Therefore faith and hope are greater ~than 244 2, 66 | 13): "Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three; 245 2, 66 | from the ~object: since faith is of what is not seen, 246 2, 66 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Faith and hope are not related 247 2, 66 | moral virtues, ~whereas faith does not moderate the appetitive 248 2, 66 | It is in this way that ~faith begets hope, and hope charity: 249 2, 67 | virtues remain?~(3) Whether faith remains?~(4) Whether hope 250 2, 67 | Whether anything remains of faith or hope?~(6) Whether charity 251 2, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether faith remains after this life?~ 252 2, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that faith remains after this life. 253 2, 67 | after this life. Because faith ~is more excellent than 254 2, 67 | above (A[2]). Therefore faith remains also.~Aquin.: SMT 255 2, 67 | which is Christ Jesus," i.e. faith in ~Jesus Christ. Now if 256 2, 67 | remains no more. Therefore, if faith remains not after this life, 257 2, 67 | Further, the knowledge of faith and the knowledge of glory 258 2, 67 | Therefore after this life faith ~also is compatible with 259 2, 67 | the Lord: for we walk by faith and not by ~sight." But 260 2, 67 | Therefore after this life faith does not remain in the ~ 261 2, 67 | belongs to the very nature of ~faith: for it is included in its 262 2, 67 | included in its definition; faith being defined as "the ~substance 263 2, 67 | xl in Joan.): "Where ~is faith? Believing without seeing." 264 2, 67 | belongs to the very nature of faith: therefore it is clear that 265 2, 67 | clear that the ~knowledge of faith cannot be perfect and remain 266 2, 67 | knowledge applies to ~opinion, faith, and science. For it is 267 2, 67 | understanding of principles: while faith holds a middle ~place, for 268 2, 67 | in the same subject. Now faith, of its very nature, contains 269 2, 67 | Hence it is manifest that faith ~and bliss are incompatible 270 2, 67 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Faith is more excellent than science, 271 2, 67 | happiness, as the mode of faith is ~incompatible.~Aquin.: 272 2, 67 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Faith is the foundation in as 273 2, 67 | 1/1~Whether anything of faith or hope remains in glory?~ 274 2, 67 | would seem that something of faith and hope remains in glory. ~ 275 2, 67 | remains ~being." Now in faith there is something that 276 2, 67 | it, viz. ~darkness, for faith is knowledge in a dark manner. 277 2, 67 | Therefore, the ~darkness of faith removed, the knowledge of 278 2, 67 | removed, the knowledge of faith still remains.~Aquin.: SMT 279 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, faith is a spiritual light of 280 2, 67 | seems that the light of faith itself remains with the 281 2, 67 | act. Now the ~object of faith is the First Truth as unseen. 282 2, 67 | being seen, the habit of faith can still remain.~Aquin.: 283 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Faith is a simple habit. Now a 284 2, 67 | entirely. Since therefore faith does not ~remain entirely, 285 2, 67 | away entirely: but ~that faith is taken away in part, viz. 286 2, 67 | is absolutely true; since faith is of the same genus, ~viz. 287 2, 67 | heaven the knowledge of faith ~remains identically the 288 2, 67 | heaven, nothing ~remains of faith, either identically or specifically 289 2, 67 | whereas the imperfection of faith and the perfection of glory 290 2, 67 | not only is the ~object of faith, which is the unseen, removed 291 2, 68 | reason ~or intellect, viz. faith and prudence, the others 292 2, 68 | union of man with God is by faith, hope and charity: ~and, 293 2, 68 | knowledge, though they have faith." But some of the ~gifts, 294 2, 68 | gift of fear, accompany faith. Therefore it seems ~that 295 2, 68 | unless all they do be done in faith, hope, ~and charity."~Aquin.: 296 2, 70 | viz. charity, meekness, faith, and chastity. Now virtues ~ 297 2, 70 | writes (Tract. xl in Joan.): "Faith is to believe ~what thou 298 2, 70 | a painful object, ~while faith is not something ultimate, 299 2, 70 | deceit. To this ~pertains "faith," if we take it as denoting 300 2, 70 | But if we take it ~for the faith whereby we believe in God, 301 2, 70 | to delight in. And as to faith, if we consider it as the ~ 302 2, 70 | a gloss expounds thus: "Faith, which ~is certainly about 303 2, 70 | contrast to heresy there is ~faith; to envy, mildness; to drunkenness 304 2, 71 | And I say on account of faith and hope, whose ~habits 305 2, 71 | reason, e.g. in matters of faith.~ 306 2, 72 | reason, such as matters of faith, and things ~due to God 307 2, 73 | is a greater virtue than faith or hope (1 Cor. ~13:13). 308 2, 73 | despair which are opposed to faith and hope. Therefore ~the 309 2, 73 | Him, ~e.g. by destroying faith, by outraging holy things, 310 2, 74 | for one of the articles of faith to present ~itself to the 311 2, 76 | to know the articles of faith, and the universal ~principles 312 2, 81 | According to the Catholic Faith we are bound to hold that ~ 313 2, 81 | According to the Catholic Faith we must firmly believe ~ 314 2, 81 | begotten of Him spiritually, by faith and Baptism: and this, not 315 2, 89 | foundation" to be dead faith, ~upon which some build 316 2, 89 | this foundation is not dead faith, as some have ~esteemed, 317 2, 89 | some have ~esteemed, but faith quickened by charity, according 318 2, 93 | is the added knowledge of faith and wisdom; and again, ~ 319 2, 94 | we hold by a ~habit: thus faith may mean that which we hold 320 2, 94 | mean that which we hold by faith. And accordingly, ~since 321 2, 98 | Gal. 3:23): "Before the faith came, ~we were kept under 322 2, 98 | up [conclusi], unto that faith which was ~to be revealed." 323 2, 98 | Gal. 3:25): "After the faith is come, we are no longer ~ 324 2, 98 | available for man, viz. faith ~in the Mediator, by which 325 2, 99 | regard to things that are ~of faith, which are above reason. 326 2, 99 | Thus among the articles of faith not ~only are those things 327 2, 99 | of the mind, which are faith, hope, and love, but also 328 2, 100 | certain ~matters, so does faith: hence it is written (Gal. 329 2, 100 | written (Gal. 5:6) that faith ~"worketh by charity." But 330 2, 100 | worketh by charity." But faith is not included in the law 331 2, 100 | since that which is of faith is above nature. Therefore 332 2, 100 | such as ~the articles of faith.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 333 2, 100 | through ~divinely infused faith. Consequently two kinds 334 2, 100 | through ~nature or through faith. Wherefore all the precepts 335 2, 100 | a virtue distinct from ~faith. Now the precepts are about 336 2, 100 | before Me," belongs to faith: and that which is added, " 337 2, 100 | merely a declaration of faith: wherefore the ~precepts 338 2, 100 | distinct from those ~about faith. Nevertheless precepts should 339 2, 100 | worship rather ~than about faith, because the precept about 340 2, 100 | because the precept about faith is presupposed to the ~precepts 341 2, 100 | a subject ~possessed of faith: "for he that cometh to 342 2, 100 | promulgation that the infusion of ~faith.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 343 2, 101 | is ~worshipped chiefly by faith, hope, and charity." But 344 2, 101 | charity." But the precepts of ~faith, hope, and charity are not 345 2, 102 | which refer chiefly to ~faith and the love of God, are 346 2, 102 | the law of nature, in the faith of the patriarchs; He ~was 347 2, 102 | sacrifices, because their faith ~in the mysteries of Christ 348 2, 102 | Church's ~teaching, and faith, which also enlightens and 349 2, 102 | seal of the justice of the faith which he ~had, being uncircumcised"; 350 2, 102 | told that "unto ~Abraham faith was reputed to justice," 351 2, 102 | and imitation of Abraham's faith, ~might be fixed firmly 352 2, 102 | the transoms, ~signified faith in Christ's Passion, in 353 2, 102 | which is the sacrament ~of Faith, corresponds to circumcision. 354 2, 102 | partakers ~by protesting their faith in the Redeemer, while taking 355 2, 102 | in token of ~humility or faith; "scarlet twice dyed," which 356 2, 102 | cochineal, and hyssop, i.e. faith, hope and ~charity, as stated 357 2, 102 | because we are baptized in the faith of the God-Man. By ~the 358 2, 102 | waters of tears, in their ~faith in Christ's Passion, which 359 2, 102 | pomegranates, signifying unity of faith and concord in good morals: ~ 360 2, 102 | rend asunder the unity of faith and peace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 361 2, 103 | faithful, to be united by faith to Christ incarnate and 362 2, 103 | that they were justified by faith in Christ: of which faith 363 2, 103 | faith in Christ: of which faith the ~observance of these 364 2, 103 | they were professions of faith which cleansed from sin. 365 2, 103 | sacrifices, but through the ~faith and devotion of those who 366 2, 103 | and devotion, and by their faith in the reality foreshadowed; ~ 367 2, 103 | as a sign of Abraham's ~faith: the observance of the sabbath, 368 2, 103 | 5], ad 1). But Abraham's faith is ever to be ~imitated 369 2, 103 | worship, which consists ~in faith, hope and charity. Consequently 370 2, 103 | state was ~in respect of faith and hope, both in heavenly 371 2, 103 | Such was ~the state of faith and hope in the Old Law. 372 2, 103 | is that in which we have faith and hope in heavenly goods 373 2, 103 | worship, which was founded on faith in ~that which was to come. 374 2, 103 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: The faith of Abraham was commended 375 2, 103 | profession of Abraham's faith by means of circumcision. ~ 376 2, 103 | ceremonies are professions of faith, in which the ~interior 377 2, 103 | profession of his ~inward faith, by deeds as well as by 378 2, 103 | mortally. Now, though our faith in ~Christ is the same as 379 2, 103 | come after Him, the same faith is expressed in ~different 380 2, 103 | making ~a profession of faith, to say that Christ is yet 381 2, 103 | unto salvation, as though faith ~in Christ could not justify 382 2, 104 | when it is quickened by ~faith; such as that God is to 383 2, 104 | prejudicial to the truth of faith. ~But the intention of observing 384 2, 104 | prejudicial to the truth of faith: because it would follow 385 2, 105 | fear of their losing their faith; and those of their ~near 386 2, 105 | instructing them in the faith: hence it is written (Ex. 387 2, 105 | Wives break their conjugal faith by adultery, both easily, ~ 388 2, 106 | which is given through ~faith in Christ. Consequently 389 2, 106 | No, but by the law of ~faith": for he calls the grace 390 2, 106 | calls the grace itself of faith "a law." And still more ~ 391 2, 106 | stone, so is the law of faith inscribed on the ~hearts 392 2, 106 | which dispose us by means of faith through ~which we receive 393 2, 106 | Holy Ghost except through ~faith in Christ either explicit 394 2, 106 | explicit or implicit: and by faith in Christ man ~belongs to 395 2, 106 | namely, the teachings of faith, and those ~commandments 396 2, 106 | of the healing grace of faith.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 397 2, 106 | we might be justified by faith. But ~after the faith is 398 2, 106 | by faith. But ~after the faith is come, we are no longer 399 2, 107 | in God: since ~"without faith it is impossible to please 400 2, 107 | according to Heb. 11:6. ~But the faith of olden times and of nowadays 401 2, 107 | and the New Law "a law of faith" (Rm. ~3:27). But the Old 402 2, 107 | Old Law was also a law of faith, according to Heb. 11:39: ~" 403 2, 107 | approved by the testimony of faith," ~which he says of the 404 2, 107 | justifieth circumcision by faith, and uncircumcision through 405 2, 107 | and uncircumcision through faith." ~According to the second 406 2, 107 | Reply OBJ 1: The unity of faith under both Testaments witnesses 407 2, 107 | virtues, among which is faith, is the last end. Yet ~faith 408 2, 107 | faith, is the last end. Yet ~faith had a different state in 409 2, 107 | Law is called ~the law of faith, in so far as its pre-eminence 410 2, 107 | is called ~the grace of faith. Nevertheless it consists 411 2, 107 | Old ~Testament who through faith were acceptable to God, 412 2, 107 | justified except through ~faith in Christ, Who is the Author 413 2, 107 | Law consists chiefly in faith: wherefore it is called 414 2, 107 | it is called the ~"law of faith" (Rm. 3:27). But many points 415 2, 107 | 27). But many points of faith are set forth in the ~New 416 2, 107 | and ~openly as a point of faith, is contained in the Old 417 2, 108 | which is shown forth by faith ~that worketh through love. 418 2, 108 | inward grace consisting in faith that worketh through love. 419 2, 108 | Law; thus confession of ~faith is prescribed, and denial 420 2, 108 | prescribed, and denial of faith is forbidden; for it is 421 2, 108 | opposed to, or in keeping with faith that ~worketh through love. 422 2, 108 | about external acts. Because faith that worketh through charity 423 2, 108 | nor uncircumcision: but faith ~that worketh through charity." 424 2, 108 | explicitly ~certain points of faith which were not set forth 425 2, 108 | Reply OBJ 1: Matters of faith are above human reason, 426 2, 108 | number of ~explicit points of faith. On the other hand, it is 427 2, 108 | enough to make profession of faith, or to work ~miracles, or 428 2, 109 | light, viz. ~the light of faith or prophecy which is called 429 2, 109 | regard to such as pertain to faith, of which the Apostle speaks.~ 430 2, 110 | that "operating grace is faith that worketh ~by charity." 431 2, 110 | worketh ~by charity." But faith that worketh by charity 432 2, 110 | virtues. But grace is neither faith nor ~hope, for these can 433 2, 110 | OBJ 1: Augustine calls "faith that worketh by charity" 434 2, 110 | grace, ~since the act of faith of him that worketh by charity 435 2, 110 | knowledge through the virtue of faith, and in ~his power of will 436 2, 111 | sanctifying ~grace. But faith pertains to sanctifying 437 2, 111 | Being justified therefore by faith." Hence it ~is not right 438 2, 111 | it ~is not right to place faith amongst the gratuitous graces, 439 2, 111 | regard to this ~there is "faith," which is certitude of 440 2, 111 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith is enumerated here under 441 2, 111 | super-eminent ~certitude of faith, whereby a man is fitted 442 2, 111 | things as belong to the faith. With regard to hope and ~ 443 2, 111 | for inducing one to ~the faith, since a man is all the 444 2, 111 | health through the virtue of faith. So, too, ~to speak with 445 2, 111 | special ~efficacy in bestowing faith. Hence they are set down 446 2, 112 | Being justified . . . by faith, let us have peace," etc. 447 2, 112 | essential ~condition of faith that a man should be certain 448 2, 112 | certain of the things of faith, ~and this, because certitude 449 2, 112 | whoever has knowledge or faith is ~certain that he has 450 2, 112 | we know most certainly by faith, ~although we do not know 451 2, 113 | 4) Whether a movement of faith is required?~(5) Whether 452 2, 113 | brought about chiefly by faith, according to Acts 15:9: " 453 2, 113 | Purifying their ~hearts by faith"; and by charity, according 454 2, 113 | ought to be named ~after faith or charity rather than justice.~ 455 2, 113 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith and charity imply a special 456 2, 113 | rather than after charity or faith.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 457 2, 113 | 1~Whether a movement of faith is required for the justification 458 2, 113 | seem that no movement of faith is required for the ~justification 459 2, 113 | as a man is justified by faith, so also ~by other things, 460 2, 113 | Prov. 15:27: "By mercy and ~faith sins are purged away." Hence 461 2, 113 | Hence the movement of faith is no more ~required for 462 2, 113 | OBJ 2: Further, the act of faith is required for justification 463 2, 113 | inasmuch as a man knows God by faith. But a man may know God 464 2, 113 | wisdom. Hence no act ~of faith is required for the justification 465 2, 113 | are several articles of faith. Therefore if the ~act of 466 2, 113 | Therefore if the ~act of faith is required for the justification 467 2, 113 | think on every article of faith when he is first ~justified. 468 2, 113 | it seems that an act of faith is not required ~for the 469 2, 113 | justified therefore by ~faith, let us have peace with 470 2, 113 | first turning to God ~is by faith, according to Heb. 11:6: " 471 2, 113 | is." Hence a movement of faith is required for the justification ~ 472 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 1: The movement of faith is not perfect unless it 473 2, 113 | together with the movement of faith. Now free-will is ~moved 474 2, 113 | presupposes the knowledge of faith, as stated above (Q[68], 475 2, 113 | justifieth the ungodly his faith is reputed to justice, ~ 476 2, 113 | of the ungodly an act of faith is required in order ~that 477 2, 113 | and sin; since it is by faith and ~contrition that sin 478 2, 113 | free-will towards God by faith, the movement of the ~free-will 479 2, 113 | to be capable of having faith and to be ~capable of having 480 2, 113 | man's nature; but to have faith and ~charity belongs to 481 2, 114 | meritorious. But the acts of faith and patience or ~fortitude 482 2, 114 | martyrs, who strove for the faith patiently and bravely even 483 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 3: The act of faith is not meritorious unless " 484 2, 114 | not meritorious unless "faith . . . ~worketh by charity" ( 485 2, 114 | Augustine says (Ep. clxxxvi), "faith merits justification." ~ 486 2, 114 | believing the beginning of faith to be from us, and its ~ 487 2, 114 | sense that he speaks of faith as meriting ~justification. 488 2, 114 | indeed it is a truth of faith, that ~the beginning of 489 2, 114 | that ~the beginning of faith is in us from God, the first 490 2, 114 | Therefore ~man is justified by faith, not as though man, by believing, 491 2, 114 | inasmuch as a movement of faith is required for the justification 492 2, 114 | 9:2: "Jesus seeing their faith," etc. a gloss says: "How ~ 493 2, 114 | How ~much is our personal faith worth with God, Who set 494 2, 114 | such a price on ~another's faith, as to heal the man both 495 2, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A man's faith avails for another's salvation 496 2 | THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES (QQ[1]-46)~ON FAITH (QQ[1]-16)~OF FAITH (TEN 497 2 | ON FAITH (QQ[1]-16)~OF FAITH (TEN ARTICLES)~Having to 498 2 | virtues, we shall begin with ~Faith, secondly we shall speak 499 2, 1 | Para. 2/4~The treatise on Faith will be fourfold: (1) Of 500 2, 1 | will be fourfold: (1) Of faith itself; (2) Of the ~corresponding


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