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1 1, 1 | was necessary for man's salvation that there should be ~a 2 1, 1 | it was necessary for ~the salvation of man that certain truths 3 1, 1 | errors. Whereas man's ~whole salvation, which is in God, depends 4 1, 1 | Therefore, in order that the salvation of men might be brought ~ 5 1, 1 | signs; or the works of salvation; or the whole Christ, as 6 1, 19 | there is no man saved whose salvation He does not will." ~Secondly, 7 1, 20 | Him up to death for the salvation ~of the human race; rather 8 1, 22 | man as regards his eternal salvation. For in the science of ~ 9 1, 22 | would impede their final salvation. For "to them ~that love 10 1, 23 | persons towards eternal salvation, ~existing in the divine 11 1, 23 | the order of some ~towards salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 12 1, 23 | predestination is the cause of the salvation ~of the predestined. Therefore 13 1, 23 | those ordained to eternal salvation, so reprobation is a part 14 1, 23 | ordains ~men towards eternal salvation, is without election.~Aquin.: 15 1, 23 | predestination of some to eternal ~salvation presupposes, in the order 16 1, 23 | reason, that God wills their ~salvation; and to this belong both 17 1, 23 | particular good of eternal salvation; since to love is ~to wish 18 1, 23 | man disposing him towards salvation, is all ~included under 19 1, 23 | why God pre-ordains to ~salvation one number of men more than 20 1, 23 | has chosen ~some for that salvation, from which very many in 21 1, 23 | anything else done to attain salvation; because ~whether these 22 1, 23 | would not attain, eternal salvation. But against this ~opinion 23 1, 23 | would not happen; so ~the salvation of a person is predestined 24 1, 23 | helps that person towards salvation falls under the order of ~ 25 1, 23 | one would not attain to ~salvation. Whence, the predestined 26 1, 32 | rightly ~concerning the salvation of the human race, accomplished 27 1, 53 | receive the inheritance of salvation."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 28 1, 57 | receive the inheritance of salvation ~(Heb. 1:14)"; and this 29 1, 57 | day to ~do regarding the salvation of the human race, still 30 1, 62 | receive the inheritance of salvation" (Heb. ~1:14). This would 31 1, 62 | increased with regard to the salvation of such as are saved by ~ 32 1, 64 | Now the procuring of men's salvation is prolonged even to the 33 1, 54 | receive the inheritance of salvation."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 34 1, 58 | receive the inheritance of salvation ~(Heb. 1:14)"; and this 35 1, 58 | day to ~do regarding the salvation of the human race, still 36 1, 63 | receive the inheritance of salvation" (Heb. ~1:14). This would 37 1, 63 | increased with regard to the salvation of such as are saved by ~ 38 1, 65 | Now the procuring of men's salvation is prolonged even to the 39 1, 105 | world, and especially the salvation of the elect. Hence there 40 1, 107 | receive ~the inheritance of salvation"; whence it appears that 41 1, 107 | purpose of leading men to salvation. But all the ~elect are 42 1, 107 | elect are in pursuit of salvation until the Day of Judgment. 43 1, 107 | not be led any ~more to salvation by the ministry of the angels, 44 1, 111 | external ministry of our salvation can always assist and see 45 1, 112 | things, ~concerning the salvation of each one in his own regard. 46 1, 112 | receive the inheritance of salvation" (Heb. 1:14); and ~thus 47 1, 112 | procure what concerns the salvation of only one man. The other 48 1, 112 | receive ~the inheritance of salvation," as the Apostle says (Heb. 49 1, 112 | receive the inheritance of salvation, when they are baptized. ~ 50 1, 112 | receive the inheritance of salvation, if we consider ~the ultimate 51 1, 112 | efficacious as to bring ~them to salvation: efficacious, nevertheless, 52 1, 112 | speaking the ~angels will the salvation of mankind: for in this 53 1, 113 | souls; whereas God's is the salvation of ~souls. Therefore demons 54 1, 113 | offices minister to man's salvation. But the ordering of the ~ 55 2, 2 | and I will show him my salvation."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[ 56 2, 19 | itself and necessary for salvation, it does ~not bind; wherefore 57 2, 19 | itself, and necessary for ~salvation: but the will does not tend 58 2, 35 | penance steadfast unto ~salvation." Now to look at God belongs 59 2, 44 | trembling ~work out your salvation": and he would not say this 60 2, 59 | worketh penance steadfast unto salvation." Fourthly, because he may ~ 61 2, 68 | are necessary to man for salvation?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 62 2, 68 | not necessary to man for ~salvation. Because the gifts are ordained 63 2, 68 | not necessary for man's ~salvation that he should attain to 64 2, 68 | not necessary to man for ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 65 2, 68 | it is enough, for man's salvation, that he behave well ~in 66 2, 68 | not ~necessary to man for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 67 2, 68 | not necessary to man for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 68 2, 68 | of these is necessary for salvation: since of ~wisdom it is 69 2, 68 | are also necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 70 2, 68 | gifts are necessary for salvation, as stated above (A[2]). 71 2, 68 | not for the necessity of salvation: hence ~the comparison fails.~ 72 2, 79 | things are directed to the salvation of those who are ~blinded 73 2, 79 | heart are directed to the salvation of ~those who are blinded 74 2, 79 | always ~directed to the salvation of those who are blinded 75 2, 79 | they are directed to ~the salvation of those who are blinded 76 2, 79 | blinding of some, to their salvation, as in the case of some ~ 77 2, 87 | Divine providence, to the salvation of men, either of those ~ 78 2, 91 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The salvation of man could not be achieved 79 2, 91 | law that brings ~all to salvation could not be given until 80 2, 91 | rudiments of righteousness unto ~salvation, in order to prepare them 81 2, 98 | same God, from Whom ~came salvation to man, through the grace 82 2, 98 | him insufficient aids to ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 83 2, 98 | Sovereign as regards the ~salvation of souls: while the angels 84 2, 98 | since it is ordained to the salvation of souls.~Aquin.: SMT FS 85 2, 98 | disposed man to that perfect salvation of the human race, which 86 2, 98 | Law disposed men for the salvation which was to ~come through 87 2, 98 | above (AA[2],3). But that salvation was to ~come not to the 88 2, 98 | that thou mayest be My salvation, even to ~the farthest part 89 2, 98 | Him." Therefore the way of salvation should not have ~been opened 90 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the salvation, which was to come through 91 2, 98 | bestows the benefits of salvation on the human race gratuitously: ~ 92 2, 98 | 3: The Gentiles obtained salvation more perfectly and more ~ 93 2, 98 | Law disposed man for the salvation which was to ~come through 94 2, 98 | reason could suffice him for salvation: and ~accordingly, in order 95 2, 101 | patterns, i.e. ~rules, of salvation: because the Greek {chaire} 96 2, 101 | of the Law are rules of salvation, and not ~only those that 97 2, 101 | however, that, since man's salvation is from God, those precepts ~ 98 2, 101 | all seem to be rules of salvation, which direct man to God: 99 2, 101 | is an obstacle to man's salvation. Since, ~therefore, every 100 2, 101 | should conduce to man's salvation, as Isidore says ~(Etym. 101 2, 102 | order to signify that man's salvation is from God, by the ~direction 102 2, 103 | things ~pertaining to the salvation of the faithful; therefore 103 2, 103 | them to be necessary unto salvation, as though faith ~in Christ 104 2, 106 | Him the cause of eternal salvation." But ~the Gospel does not 105 2, 106 | in the power of God unto salvation to everyone that ~believeth." 106 2, 106 | believeth." But there is no salvation but to those who are justified. ~ 107 2, 106 | of matters ~necessary for salvation; those things, to wit, that 108 2, 107 | were concerned with the salvation of man, while the ~Pharisees 109 2, 108 | necessary or opposed to salvation, and come ~under the prescription 110 2, 108 | things ~necessary for man's salvation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 111 2, 108 | they are necessary for ~salvation; for instance, that man 112 2, 109 | not necessary to man ~for salvation, but that the gift of the 113 2, 112 | the humanity causes our ~salvation by grace, the Divine power 114 2, 114 | saved." Hence, since man's salvation can only be brought about 115 2, 114 | and the Author of human ~salvation, according to Heb. 2:10: " 116 2, 114 | perfect] the Author of their salvation."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] 117 2, 114 | fulfil man's desire for the salvation of ~another, although sometimes 118 2, 114 | on the part of him ~whose salvation the just man desires. And 119 2, 114 | faith avails for another's salvation by congruous ~and not by 120 2, 1 | received the ~mysteries of salvation."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[ 121 2, 1 | His ~providence over the salvation of man, according to Heb. 122 2, 1 | dispenses in time, for ~man's salvation, and which are the way to 123 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary for salvation to believe in anything above ~ 124 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary for salvation to believe certain things ~ 125 2, 2 | is always necessary for salvation?~(8) Whether it is necessary 126 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary for salvation to believe in the Trinity ~ 127 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary for salvation to believe anything above 128 2, 2 | would seem unnecessary for salvation to believe anything above ~ 129 2, 2 | natural reason. For the salvation and perfection of a thing 130 2, 2 | believe seems unnecessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[3] 131 2, 2 | believe is not necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[3] 132 2, 2 | 1 ~OBJ 3: Further, man's salvation rests on God, according 133 2, 2 | to Ps. 36:39: ~"But the salvation of the just is from the 134 2, 2 | not necessary for man's salvation, that ~he should believe 135 2, 2 | are the means of attaining salvation. Now an ~act of virtue, 136 2, 2 | which are necessary for salvation, as ~is evidenced by the 137 2, 2 | Now it is necessary for ~salvation that certain things should 138 2, 2 | equally ~necessary for the salvation of all, since those of higher 139 2, 2 | it is necessary for the salvation of all, that they should ~ 140 2, 2 | is not necessary for the salvation of all ~that they should 141 2, 2 | many gentiles obtained salvation through the ministry of ~ 142 2, 2 | was not necessary ~for the salvation of all to believe explicitly 143 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary for salvation to believe explicitly in 144 2, 2 | it was not necessary for salvation to believe ~explicitly in 145 2, 2 | beginning it was necessary ~for salvation to believe in the Trinity.~ 146 2, 3 | of faith is necessary for salvation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[1] 147 2, 3 | of faith is necessary for salvation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[2] 148 2, 3 | faith is not necessary for ~salvation. For, seemingly, a thing 149 2, 3 | thing is sufficient for salvation, if it is ~a means of attaining 150 2, 3 | faith is not ~necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[2] 151 2, 3 | others, is ~not necessary for salvation, for the Apostle says (1 152 2, 3 | it is not necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[2] 153 2, 3 | confession is made unto ~salvation."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[ 154 2, 3 | Things that are necessary for salvation come under the ~precepts 155 2, 3 | Hence its ~necessity for salvation depends on how it falls 156 2, 3 | it is not necessary for salvation to confess one's faith at ~ 157 2, 3 | of faith is necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[2] 158 2, 8 | seems to be necessary for salvation, since by faith Christ ~ 159 2, 8 | understanding is not necessary for ~salvation: and, consequently, is not 160 2, 8 | that are not necessary for salvation; but with ~regard to those 161 2, 8 | those that are necessary for salvation, they are sufficiently ~ 162 2, 8 | to things necessary for salvation, the gift of ~understanding 163 2, 10 | or some hindrance to the salvation of those who if they were ~ 164 2, 10 | Further, Baptism avails for salvation more than preaching does, ~ 165 2, 10 | duty to look after the salvation of ~their children, especially 166 2, 10 | provide ~the sacraments of salvation for the children of unbelievers 167 2, 10 | children fail to obtain salvation.~ 168 2, 11 | conversion, looks to the salvation of others, by excommunicating 169 2, 11 | Penance whereby the ~way of salvation is opened to them.~Aquin.: 170 2, 11 | relation to the eternal ~salvation of them and of others. Hence 171 2, 11 | be an obstacle to eternal salvation in ~many, we are not bound 172 2, 11 | it, both because eternal ~salvation takes precedence of temporal 173 2, 11 | might be prejudicial to the salvation of others, both because ~ 174 2, 11 | debar them from the way of salvation, ~but neither does she protect 175 2, 12 | the ~obtaining of eternal salvation, for which reason it is 176 2, 16 | hope for ~another's eternal salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 177 2, 16 | faith and the beginning of salvation." But salvation is by faith 178 2, 16 | beginning of salvation." But salvation is by faith whereby ~we 179 2, 19 | is that from Him ~comes salvation to mankind, and pardon to 180 2, 24 | the principal ~author of salvation, but not, to hope in man 181 2, 24 | Whether it is necessary for salvation that we should show our 182 2, 24 | it is not necessary for salvation that we show ~our enemies 183 2, 31 | would look after your own salvation ~first. What you want is, 184 2, 35 | about ~things necessary to salvation, or by undue obstinacy, 185 2, 35 | about things necessary to ~salvation. Moreover all this was ordained 186 2, 41 | prejudice to ~one's own salvation, which is not precluded 187 2, 41 | of them are necessary for salvation, and cannot be ~foregone 188 2, 41 | which ~is necessary for salvation, in order to avoid giving 189 2, 41 | which are not ~necessary for salvation: because the scandal which 190 2, 41 | of these is necessary for salvation, to wit, that he whose duty ~ 191 2, 41 | whatever is necessary for salvation, but also whatever is a ~ 192 2, 41 | is a ~means of obtaining salvation more perfectly, according 193 2, 41 | mercy ~are necessary for salvation. This may be seen in the 194 2, 41 | that are necessary for ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 195 2, 41 | grace which is his means of salvation, yet, in so far as it disposes 196 2, 41 | it tends to the loss of salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 197 2, 41 | that ~are necessary for salvation, they are not to be foregone 198 2, 42 | direct man in the way of ~salvation, according to Ps. 18:9: " 199 2, 43 | than suffices for their salvation. This measure is wanting 200 2, 45 | to things necessary for salvation; and such diligence is given 201 2, 45 | in ~matters necessary for salvation, but also in all things 202 2, 45 | to things necessary for salvation. This by ~practice merits 203 2, 50 | in matters necessary for salvation is common to ~all holy persons.~ 204 2, 50 | about matters necessary for ~salvation, while counsel is given 205 2, 50 | which are not necessary ~for salvation. Now mercy is necessary 206 2, 50 | Now mercy is necessary for salvation, according to James ~2:13, " 207 2, 50 | poverty is not necessary for salvation, but belongs to the ~life 208 2, 50 | whether they be ~necessary for salvation or not, and yet not every 209 2, 50 | mercy is ~necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 210 2, 51 | to things necessary for salvation, it ~will be a venial sin.~ 211 2, 52 | circumstance necessary for salvation, it ~will be a mortal sin. 212 2, 52 | that is not necessary for salvation, it is not a mortal but 213 2, 52 | which is ~necessary for salvation, it is drawn to the other 214 2, 60 | always of necessity for salvation to restore what one ~has 215 2, 60 | taken away is necessary for ~salvation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 216 2, 60 | impossible is not necessary for salvation. ~But sometimes it is impossible 217 2, 60 | not seem necessary for ~salvation to restore what one has 218 2, 60 | sin is not necessary for salvation, ~for then a man would be 219 2, 60 | it is not necessary ~for salvation to restore what one has 220 2, 60 | it is not ~necessary for salvation to restore what one has 221 2, 60 | it is not necessary for ~salvation to restore what one has 222 2, 60 | justice is necessary for salvation, it follows that it is ~ 223 2, 60 | that it is ~necessary for salvation to restore what has been 224 2, 60 | this is not necessary for salvation, as stated above. ~However 225 2, 62 | Nor is it necessary for salvation that a ~man omit the act 226 2, 64 | themselves lack, have no hope of salvation. Therefore ~it is erroneous 227 2, 68 | things that are necessary for salvation. Yet clerics and priests ~ 228 2, 68 | it is not necessary for salvation to give evidence.~Aquin.: 229 2, 68 | for things necessary for ~salvation except by some sin. But 230 2, 68 | But it is necessary for salvation to give ~true evidence, 231 2, 68 | evidence is necessary for salvation, provided the ~witness be 232 2, 71 | that walk in the ~way of salvation, [*Cf. Mt. 7:14] and because 233 2, 81 | for things concerning our ~salvation, we conform our will to 234 2, 81 | as they are expedient for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 235 2, 81 | for things relating to his salvation, and yet ~it is not granted 236 2, 81 | it is not necessary for salvation, nor yet manifestly contrary ~ 237 2, 81 | through being conducive to salvation, we merit it not only ~by 238 2, 81 | things necessary for ~salvation - piously - perseveringly"; 239 2, 81 | himself things necessary for salvation, piously and ~perseveringly.~ 240 2, 86 | but also about matters of ~salvation: thus in Baptism men vow 241 2, 86 | above all is necessary for salvation. Therefore vows ~are not 242 2, 86 | an end - for instance if salvation be unattainable without ~ 243 2, 86 | universally necessary for salvation. Therefore, properly speaking, 244 2, 86 | although they are necessary for salvation. The same ~answer applies 245 2, 89 | which I will show him the salvation ~of God." And forasmuch 246 2, 91 | of God is conducive to ~salvation, and consequently none is 247 2, 93 | something prejudicial to the salvation of mankind. Hence ~Athanasius, 248 2, 94 | in his ears, will he find salvation by wearing them round his 249 2, 102 | this obedience suffices for salvation. If they be ~willing to 250 2, 102 | obedience; one, sufficient ~for salvation, and consisting in obeying 251 2, 120 | it is not sufficient for salvation that one ~refrain from injuring 252 2, 122 | it is not necessary for ~salvation. But it would seem that 253 2, 122 | martyrdom is necessary for salvation, ~since the Apostle says ( 254 2, 122 | confession is made unto salvation," and it is ~written (1 255 2, 122 | as being ~necessary for salvation. Thus Augustine declares ( 256 2, 122 | cases it be necessary for ~salvation, since there are cases when 257 2, 122 | it is not necessary for salvation ~to suffer martyrdom; thus 258 2, 127 | me with the ~garments of salvation," and afterwards he adds, " 259 2, 145 | themselves, necessary for salvation. But the commandments ~of 260 2, 145 | which are necessary for salvation, not of ~themselves, but 261 2, 147 | cannot be in the state of salvation: since it is ~written (Wis. 262 2, 147 | as it is sufficient for salvation: and in this way it is ~ 263 2, 176 | matters profitable unto salvation, to ~which purpose the gratuitous 264 2, 182 | wherefore it is necessary for salvation. Secondly, by the ~removal 265 2, 182 | since this is necessary for salvation. Therefore, if the perfection 266 2, 182 | perfection is necessary for salvation, and that all are bound ~ 267 2, 182 | to desire to work out his salvation in ~a monastery or under 268 2, 183 | in itself necessary for salvation to accept the ~episcopal 269 2, 183 | things thus necessary ~for salvation, before the command is given; 270 2, 183 | in things ~necessary for salvation. Hence the Blessed Mark 271 2, 183 | himself to work for the salvation of his ~neighbor, wherefore 272 2, 183 | in working out one's own salvation, whereas ~it belongs to 273 2, 183 | oneself in working for ~the salvation of others. Hence so long 274 2, 183 | man can be useful to the ~salvation of his neighbor, he would 275 2, 183 | himself only with his own salvation, ~since he has bound himself 276 2, 183 | own but also for ~others' salvation. Wherefore Innocent III 277 2, 183 | be unable to procure the salvation of others it is meet he ~ 278 2, 183 | forego the work of ~his own salvation, which pertains to the religious 279 2, 183 | the procuring of another's salvation; wherefore a monk ~may be 280 2, 183 | also to work out ~his own salvation. And a bishop, if he be 281 2, 183 | hindered from procuring the ~salvation of others, may enter the 282 2, 183 | office for the sake of the salvation of their subjects. Consequently 283 2, 183 | Consequently when ~the salvation of his subjects demands 284 2, 183 | On the other hand, if the salvation of his subjects can be sufficiently ~ 285 2, 183 | himself to ~his neighbor's salvation, should an opportunity offer, 286 2, 184 | that which is necessary for salvation does not seemingly pertain 287 2, 184 | religion is necessary for salvation, whether because ~"thereby 288 2, 184 | of God is necessary for ~salvation, but to offer oneself wholly, 289 2, 186 | works pertaining to the salvation ~of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 290 2, 186 | directly ordained to the salvation of ~souls, such as preaching 291 2, 186 | life as directed to the ~salvation of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 292 2, 187 | cannot attain to the end of salvation unless ~one fulfil that 293 2, 187 | desire to work out his salvation in a monastery or under 294 3 | by which we attain to our salvation; (3) the end of immortal ~ 295 3 | God was made man for our ~salvation; the second, about such 296 3, 1 | it to Himself for man's salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[1] 297 3, 1 | pertains especially to man's salvation; ~hence it is written (Mal. 298 3, 1 | seem ~unfitting to man's salvation that God should be made 299 3, 1 | perdition is necessary ~for the salvation of man. But the mystery 300 3, 1 | was necessary for man's ~salvation that God should become incarnate.~ 301 3, 1 | afford him the remedy of salvation. Hence, ~on Jn. 1:14, "And 302 3, 1 | as God predestines the salvation of anyone to be ~brought 303 3, 1 | it runs counter to man's salvation, for which God became incarnate. ~ 304 3, 1 | was sufficient for the ~salvation of human nature. Therefore 305 3, 1 | from the effect of man's salvation; for, as is said Qq. Vet 306 3, 4 | took place for the common salvation of all men; hence it is 307 3, 4 | universal cause of human salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 308 3, 5 | also follow that the real salvation of man has not taken place; ~ 309 3, 5 | whole, ~that He might bestow salvation on me wholly; for what was 310 3, 7 | since it extends to the salvation of the whole human race; 311 3, 8 | which is ~sufficient for the salvation of the whole human race; 312 3, 9 | perfect the author of their salvation by His passion." And ~hence 313 3, 15 | forsaken Me? Far from My ~salvation are the words of My sins." 314 3, 16 | is the occasion of man's salvation. For no ~lowliness that 315 3, 16 | Nature, but bring about our salvation, how dost thou maintain 316 3, 16 | what was the cause of our salvation was the occasion of harm 317 3, 18 | but for the sake ~of man's salvation. Hence it is plain that 318 3, 18 | will of Christ wished the salvation of the human race, although ~ 319 3, 18 | Divine will regarding the salvation of the human race ~should 320 3, 19 | of the Godhead; for the ~salvation wherewith the manhood of 321 3, 19 | Therefore if Christ merited our salvation it follows that our salvation ~ 322 3, 19 | salvation it follows that our salvation ~is not by God's grace but 323 3, 19 | with Christ. And thus man's salvation ~is from grace.~ 324 3, 21 | Himself, pertained to the salvation of others according to Rm. 325 3, 22 | God, wherein his peace and salvation consist. ~Wherefore under 326 3, 22 | was offered ~up for the salvation of the offerers, as is prescribed 327 3, 22 | we received ~the grace of salvation, according to Heb. 5:9: " 328 3, 22 | Him the cause of eternal salvation." Thirdly, through Him we 329 3, 24 | is to be directed towards salvation, which belongs to a ~suppositum 330 3, 24 | were not incarnate, our salvation ~might yet have been achieved 331 3, 24 | eternity, so decreed our salvation, that it should be achieved 332 3, 24 | would have ~decreed men's salvation by other means. But since 333 3, 24 | should be the ~cause of our salvation.~ 334 3, 25 | which we ~place our hope of salvation. But we place our hope in 335 3, 25 | its effect, which is our salvation, it will ~appear as endowed 336 3, 27 | have needed ~redemption and salvation which is by Christ, of whom 337 3, 27 | law, are ordered for the salvation of others, ~according to 338 3, 30 | excludes man from the way of salvation; because, as ~the Apostle 339 3, 31 | and most expedient to the salvation of man, since this is ~what 340 3, 31 | show that He came for the salvation both of the ~circumcised 341 3, 35 | because for us and ~for our salvation, uniting the human nature 342 3, 35 | Christ was born for our salvation is, in a way, ~natural, 343 3, 36 | were to be instructed unto salvation, concerning ~the grace of 344 3, 36 | time, after He had "wrought salvation in the midst of ~the earth" ( 345 3, 36 | first coming was unto the ~salvation of all, which is by faith 346 3, 36 | ad 3), it befitted the salvation ~of mankind that Christ' 347 3, 36 | been prejudicial to the salvation of ~mankind if God's birth 348 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Salvation, which was to be accomplished 349 3, 36 | birth was ordered unto man's salvation, which is ~by faith. But 350 3, 36 | Christ they were ~seeking for salvation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 351 3, 36 | of obtaining from Him the salvation which is of God."~Aquin.: 352 3, 36 | Him who is to die for the salvation of all" (Gregory, Hom. x 353 3, 37 | the name Jesus signifies "salvation"; as is clear from ~Mt. 354 3, 37 | people from their sins." But salvation ~through Christ was accomplished 355 3, 37 | as Jesus, which ~means "salvation." For the name "Emmanuel, 356 3, 37 | designates the cause of salvation, which is the union of ~ 357 3, 37 | the way ~and term of our salvation are pointed out: inasmuch 358 3, 37 | spiritual and ~universal salvation, this name is proper to 359 3, 38 | nations into the way of salvation was reserved to Christ alone, 360 3, 40 | not despair of their own salvation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 361 3, 40 | of themselves relate to ~salvation. Now abstinence in eating 362 3, 40 | not of itself ~relate to salvation, according to Rm. 14:17: " 363 3, 40 | preach for gain, not for ~the salvation of mankind." And the same 364 3, 42 | that thou mayest be my salvation even to the farthest part 365 3, 42 | But Christ gave light and salvation through His doctrine. Therefore 366 3, 42 | given to be the light and salvation of the ~Gentiles through 367 3, 42 | deprived of the hope of salvation. For ~this reason certain 368 3, 42 | 1/1~I answer that, The salvation of the multitude is to be 369 3, 42 | perverseness, hinder the salvation of the multitude, the preacher ~ 370 3, 42 | that he may ~insure the salvation of the multitude. Now the 371 3, 42 | considerable hindrance to ~the salvation of the people, both because 372 3, 42 | which was the only way to salvation, and because their ~evil 373 3, 43 | proportion ~to the needs of the salvation of mankind, the achievement 374 3, 43 | shall pass ~away'; but the salvation and justification of the 375 3, 44 | miracles are ordained to the salvation of ~mankind. But sometimes 376 3, 44 | and principally as to the salvation of his soul. ~Consequently, 377 3, 44 | or in his goods, for the salvation of man's ~soul - namely, 378 3, 44 | Divine power, unto the ~salvation of mankind. Now it belongs 379 3, 44 | His own creature for the salvation of others; ~rather, as Hilary 380 3, 44 | to afford an example of salvation as ~being procured by Him, 381 3, 46 | for Him to suffer for the salvation of the human ~race.~Aquin.: 382 3, 46 | that the fruit ~of man's salvation should not follow unless 383 3, 46 | sin concurred for man's salvation. ~In the first place, man 384 3, 46 | the perfection of ~human salvation; hence the Apostle says ( 385 3, 46 | are requisite for man's salvation. Hence it is written (1 ~ 386 3, 46 | befitting the universal salvation of ~the entire world. Hence 387 3, 46 | sufficed to secure man's salvation, because ~from His Divine 388 3, 46 | penance, steadfast unto salvation." And so to atone for the 389 3, 46 | it was fitting for man's salvation that Christ ~should have 390 3, 46 | before ages: He hath wrought salvation in the midst ~of the earth" - 391 3, 46 | cross for us, ~so for our salvation He was crucified as a guilty 392 3, 46 | the principle of men's salvation is the Godhead Itself, ~ 393 3, 46 | according to Ps. 36:39: "But the salvation of the just is from the 394 3, 47 | Passion wrought its effect of salvation ~first of all among the 395 3, 48 | Passion brought about our salvation by way of merit?~(2) Whether 396 3, 48 | the Passion) secured man's salvation efficiently?~Aquin.: SMT 397 3, 48 | Passion brought about our salvation by way of merit?~Aquin.: 398 3, 48 | did not bring about our ~salvation by way of merit. For the 399 3, 48 | Christ did not merit our salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 400 3, 48 | Therefore He did not ~merit our salvation by suffering more than He 401 3, 48 | appears that He merited the ~salvation of the faithful.~Aquin.: 402 3, 48 | state of grace, merits his ~salvation thereby, according to Mt. 403 3, 48 | by His Passion ~merited salvation, not only for Himself, but 404 3, 48 | Christ merited our ~eternal salvation; but on our side there were 405 3, 48 | Passion brought about our salvation by way of atonement?~Aquin.: 406 3, 48 | did not bring about our ~salvation by way of atonement. For 407 3, 48 | Passion brought about our salvation by way of redemption?~Aquin.: 408 3, 48 | Passion did not effect our salvation ~by way of redemption. For 409 3, 48 | saints ~conduced to our salvation, according to Col. 1:24: " 410 3, 48 | for your exhortation ~and salvation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 411 3, 48 | Passion brought about our salvation efficiently?~Aquin.: SMT 412 3, 48 | did not bring about our ~salvation efficiently. For the efficient 413 3, 48 | the efficient cause of our salvation is the ~greatness of the 414 3, 48 | did not bring about our salvation efficiently.~Aquin.: SMT 415 3, 48 | efficiently bring about the salvation of all men.~Aquin.: SMT 416 3, 48 | Passion accomplished our salvation. Therefore it was not by 417 3, 48 | power brings ~about our salvation efficiently. Therefore Christ' 418 3, 48 | cross ~accomplished our salvation efficiently.~Aquin.: SMT 419 3, 48 | efficient cause of ~man's salvation is God. But since Christ' 420 3, 48 | of His Godhead ~for the salvation of men. Consequently, then, 421 3, 48 | Passion ~accomplishes man's salvation efficiently.~Aquin.: SMT 422 3, 49 | hindered man from securing his ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 423 3, 50 | conduced in any way to our salvation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 424 3, 50 | conduced in any way to our salvation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 425 3, 50 | conduce in any way to ~our salvation. For death is a sort of 426 3, 50 | not work anything for our ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 427 3, 50 | Christ's Passion wrought our salvation by way of merit. ~But Christ' 428 3, 50 | accomplish anything towards our ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 429 3, 50 | not be the cause of ~our salvation, which is something spiritual.~ 430 3, 50 | death is the cause of our salvation, according to what has ~ 431 3, 50 | cannot be the cause of our salvation by ~way of merit, but only 432 3, 50 | departed, was conducive to salvation in virtue of the Godhead 433 3, 50 | of the obstacles to our salvation: and these ~are the death 434 3, 50 | Christ's death wrought our salvation from the power of the ~Godhead 435 3, 50 | fact" did not effect ~our salvation by way of merit, yet it 436 3, 51 | except it was helpful ~to our salvation. But Christ's burial seems 437 3, 51 | to be conducive to ~our salvation. Therefore, it was not fitting 438 3, 51 | Christ's death wrought our salvation, so likewise did ~His burial. 439 3, 51 | is an occasion of men's salvation. Thus thou shalt not deem ~ 440 3, 51 | because He died for the salvation of others; and a sepulchre ~ 441 3, 51 | He endured death for our ~salvation, for the reasons alleged 442 3, 51 | been detrimental to man's ~salvation, for it would not have seemed 443 3, 52 | nature is ordained for man's salvation: and to secure this it ~ 444 3, 52 | universal cause of men's ~salvation, both of the living and 445 3, 53 | humanity was ordained for our ~salvation. But Christ's Passion sufficed 446 3, 53 | Passion sufficed for our salvation, since by it ~we were loosed 447 3, 53 | complete the work of our salvation: because, just ~as for this 448 3, 53 | Christ's Passion wrought our salvation, properly speaking, ~by 449 3, 55 | Passion is ordained for our salvation, so ~also is His Resurrection, 450 3, 55 | Resurrection is for the common salvation ~of all, so it came to the 451 3, 56 | humanity are profitable to our salvation through the power of the ~ 452 3, 57 | took human flesh for our salvation. But ~it would have been 453 3, 57 | Ascension is the cause of our salvation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 454 3, 57 | is not the cause of our ~salvation. For, Christ was the cause 455 3, 57 | Christ was the cause of our salvation in so far as He ~merited 456 3, 57 | is not the cause of ~our salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 457 3, 57 | Ascension be the cause of our salvation, it ~seems that this is 458 3, 57 | was not the cause of our salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 459 3, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the salvation which Christ bestows is 460 3, 57 | according to Is. 51:6: "My salvation shall be for ever." But 461 3, 57 | is not the cause of our salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 462 3, 57 | Ascension is the cause of our salvation in two ~ways: first of all, 463 3, 57 | ascending, He did for ~our salvation. First, He prepared the 464 3, 57 | Ascension is the cause of our salvation by way not ~of merit, but 465 3, 59 | and the author of their ~salvation, according to Heb. 2:10: " 466 3, 59 | perfect the author of their salvation by His Passion."~Aquin.: 467 3, 59 | affairs with ~the end of human salvation. For, to whomsoever the 468 3, 59 | beatitude, which is everlasting salvation, to ~which men are admitted, 469 3, 59 | receive the inheritance of salvation (?)." But they are submitted 470 3, 59 | joy which they have at the salvation of men, ~according to Lk. 471 3, 60 | are necessary for man's salvation, as we shall show ~farther 472 3, 60 | is not fitting that the salvation of men be ~restricted by 473 3, 60 | sacraments. Nor is the ~way of salvation narrowed thereby: because 474 3, 60 | the same for all." But salvation, which is sought through 475 3, 61 | are necessary for man's salvation?~(2) Whether they were necessary 476 3, 61 | are necessary for man's salvation? ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 477 3, 61 | not necessary for man's salvation. ~For the Apostle says ( 478 3, 61 | are not ~necessary for the salvation of man.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 479 3, 61 | sacraments were ~necessary for salvation. Therefore sacraments are 480 3, 61 | not necessary for man's ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 481 3, 61 | sufficient cause of ~our salvation; for the Apostle says (Rm. 482 3, 61 | not necessary for man's salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 483 3, 61 | But it is necessary for salvation that men be united together 484 3, 61 | are necessary for man's ~salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 485 3, 61 | are necessary unto man's salvation for three ~reasons. The 486 3, 61 | provides man with means of salvation, in the shape ~of corporeal 487 3, 61 | sufficient cause of man's salvation. But ~God gives grace to 488 3, 61 | sufficient cause of man's salvation. ~But it does not follow 489 3, 61 | the perfection of human salvation was ~accomplished by Christ; 490 3, 61 | was necessary for man's ~salvation that Christ's coming should 491 3, 61 | are necessary for man's salvation, in so far ~as they are 492 3, 62 | sacraments are necessary for salvation: nor ~is it an intermediate 493 3, 62 | sacraments which brought salvation to the Church." ~Consequently, 494 3, 64 | certainty in regard ~to salvation; the more that some sacraments 495 3, 64 | sacraments are necessary for salvation, ~as we shall state further 496 3, 64 | is an efficient ~cause of salvation. And thus such unbelief 497 3, 65 | sacraments are necessary for salvation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 498 3, 65 | sacraments are necessary for salvation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 499 3, 65 | sacraments are necessary for salvation. For ~what is not necessary 500 3, 65 | sacraments are necessary for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[


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