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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | are written ~that you may believe" (Jn. 20:31). Therefore 2 1, 1 | revelation: thus we ~ought to believe on the authority of those 3 1, 1 | hold in such honor as to believe their authors have not erred 4 1, 12 | of human life, we do not ~believe they live, but see it." 5 1, 21 | said (2 Tim. 2:13): "If we ~believe not, He continueth faithful: 6 1, 32 | says (De Trin. i, 4): "I believe ~without doubt that probable 7 1, 32 | such reasons, and that we believe on such ~grounds.~Aquin.: 8 1, 34 | Thought of God, lest we believe ~that in God there is something 9 1, 36 | Can. vii) ~we read: "We believe in the Holy Ghost, the Lord 10 1, 36 | be to you and to all who believe in the one God the Father, 11 1, 39 | in ~coena Domini], "We believe that one God is one divinely 12 1, 46 | of ~faith; for we say, "I believe in one God," etc. And again, 13 1, 46 | that on such grounds we believe things ~that are of faith.~ 14 1, 47 | ordaining wisdom, but rather believe in ~chance, as Democritus, 15 1, 64 | 24). ~"The demons" also "believe and tremble" (Jm. 2:19). 16 1, 64 | Even so, if a man were to believe that he can commit murder, 17 1, 64 | elsewhere that "the devils believe and tremble" ~(James 2:19).~ 18 1, 67 | impossible ~to those at least who believe that the sun is different 19 1, 70 | idolatry, since ~those who believe the heavenly bodies to be 20 1, 75 | xvi, ~xvii: "Man alone we believe to have a subsistent soul: 21 1, 39 | in ~coena Domini], "We believe that one God is one divinely 22 1, 47 | of ~faith; for we say, "I believe in one God," etc. And again, 23 1, 47 | that on such grounds we believe things ~that are of faith.~ 24 1, 48 | ordaining wisdom, but rather believe in ~chance, as Democritus, 25 1, 65 | 24). ~"The demons" also "believe and tremble" (Jm. 2:19). 26 1, 65 | Even so, if a man were to believe that he can commit murder, 27 1, 65 | elsewhere that "the devils believe and tremble" ~(James 2:19).~ 28 1, 68 | impossible ~to those at least who believe that the sun is different 29 1, 71 | idolatry, since ~those who believe the heavenly bodies to be 30 1, 74 | xvi, ~xvii: "Man alone we believe to have a subsistent soul: 31 1, 88 | Almighty God, we cannot believe that external things are ~ 32 1, 88 | since he says, "We cannot believe." His opinion, indeed, seems ~ 33 1, 89 | lit. vii, 29): "We ~may believe, if neither Scripture nor 34 1, 92 | says: "We see, rather than ~believe, the trinity which is in 35 1, 92 | in ourselves; whereas we believe rather ~than see that God 36 1, 98 | above nature, ~and what we believe rests on authority. Wherefore, 37 1, 99 | special privilege, such as we believe was granted to the ~Virgin 38 1, 101 | paradise; so ~long as we believe in the truth of the events 39 1, 104 | comes from faith, whereby we believe in the future ~resurrection.~ 40 1, 109 | that ~"it is not absurd to believe that all the things we see 41 1, 113 | Dei xviii, 18): "I cannot believe that the human body can 42 1, 113 | those into falsehood who believe in him."~Aquin.: SMT FP 43 2, 19 | reason. In like ~manner, to believe in Christ is good in itself, 44 2, 19 | authority. But if a man were to believe the command of the ~proconsul 45 2, 55 | Faith, to that which we believe, or to the act ~of believing, 46 2, 55 | to the habit by which we believe. When therefore we ~say 47 2, 62 | Ye that fear the Lord ~believe Him," and again, "hope in 48 2, 62 | cannot love ~what he does not believe to exist. But if he believes 49 2, 64 | He ought to be loved, nor believe and hope in Him as much 50 2, 64 | is God, in Whom we cannot believe too much; but in so ~far 51 2, 65 | since the act of faith is to believe in God; and since to ~believe 52 2, 65 | believe in God; and since to ~believe is to assent to someone 53 2, 65 | without ~faith, so as to believe in this fellowship and colloquy 54 2, 68 | know only ~what a man must believe in order to gain the blissful 55 2, 69 | fulfilled in this life, as we believe them to have been ~fulfilled 56 2, 70 | in Joan.): "Faith is to believe ~what thou seest not"; and ( 57 2, 70 | for the faith whereby we believe in God, then man is directed 58 2, 79 | were blinded so as not to believe in Christ, and, ~through 59 2, 81 | Catholic Faith we must firmly believe ~that, Christ alone excepted, 60 2, 98 | Jn. ~5:46): "If you did believe Moses, you would perhaps 61 2, 98 | Moses, you would perhaps believe Me also; for ~he wrote of 62 2, 100 | promulgation; so also to ~believe in God is a first and self-evident 63 2, 100 | that cometh to God, must believe that He is" ~(Heb. 11:6). 64 2, 103 | mortal sin. For we must not believe ~that the apostles committed 65 2, 106 | are written that you may believe." ~Therefore the New Law 66 2, 106 | which is given to those who believe in Christ. This is ~manifestly 67 2, 106 | both as to what they should believe and as to what they ~should 68 2, 106 | not always cause men to believe in it: for it is written ~( 69 2, 106 | generation of ~those that believe in Christ." Therefore the 70 2, 106 | Therefore the state of those who believe ~in Christ will last until 71 2, 106 | wit, that we are bound to ~believe and to do. But He did not 72 2, 106 | Jn. 5:46): "If you did believe Moses, you would perhaps ~ 73 2, 106 | Moses, you would perhaps ~believe me also; for he wrote of 74 2, 107 | were given to those who believe in God: since ~"without 75 2, 107 | they believed as future, we believe as fact.~Aquin.: SMT FS 76 2, 107 | things which we are bound to believe, the New Law is contained 77 2, 108 | is written (Jn. 12:36): "Believe in the light that you may ~ 78 2, 109 | Pelagian heresy that "they believe that without grace man can 79 2, 111 | is all the more ready to believe when he has ~received the 80 2, 111 | to know what a man must believe in ~order to reach everlasting 81 2, 113 | that cometh to God must believe ~that He is." Hence a movement 82 2, 113 | in order ~that a man may believe that God justifies man through 83 2, 1 | God is almighty, but: "I believe in God . . . ~almighty." 84 2, 1 | and ~many continued so to believe, until they heard the preaching 85 2, 1 | of faith, that one should believe that ~the true Body of Christ 86 2, 1 | After Christ's birth, to believe in Him, was to believe in ~ 87 2, 1 | to believe in Him, was to believe in ~Christ's birth at some 88 2, 1 | believer. For he would not believe unless, on the evidence 89 2, 1 | faith makes us see what we believe. For just ~as, by the habits 90 2, 1 | those things we have to believe, since ignorance of such 91 2, 1 | see some day what we now believe about the Trinity, according 92 2, 1 | already; so that what we ~believe, they see. In like manner 93 2, 1 | see that they ~ought to believe them, as stated above (A[ 94 2, 1 | that cometh to God ~must believe that He is," and "without 95 2, 1 | that ~cometh to God, must believe that He is, and is a rewarder 96 2, 1 | God includes all that we believe to exist ~in God eternally, 97 2, 1 | to faith that we should believe ~God to be almighty, so 98 2, 1 | is it too that we should believe Him to be ~"all-knowing" 99 2, 1 | the Father, but did ~not believe the Son to be co-equal and 100 2, 1 | are not all competent ~to believe in God, but only those who 101 2, 1 | expressed in the words: "I ~believe in one God."~Aquin.: SMT 102 2, 1 | expounding the passage, ~"You believe in God, believe also in 103 2, 1 | passage, ~"You believe in God, believe also in Me" (Jn. 14:1) says: " 104 2, 1 | Me" (Jn. 14:1) says: "We believe ~Peter or Paul, but we speak 105 2, 1 | that cometh to God, ~must believe that He is." Now a man cannot 106 2, 1 | He is." Now a man cannot believe, unless the truth be ~proposed 107 2, 1 | proposed to him that he may believe it. Hence the need for the 108 2, 1 | so that the sense is: "I believe in the Holy ~Ghost sanctifying 109 2, 2 | inquiry:~(1) What is "to believe," which is the internal 110 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe in anything above ~natural 111 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary to believe those things that are attainable ~ 112 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe certain things ~explicitly?~( 113 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe in the Trinity ~explicitly?~( 114 2, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to believe is to think with assent?~ 115 2, 2 | 1: It would seem that to believe is not to think with assent. ~ 116 2, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to believe is an act of the intellect, 117 2, 2 | 1], ad 3). ~Therefore to believe is not to think with assent.~ 118 2, 2 | contrary, This is how "to believe" is defined by Augustine ( 119 2, 2 | completely what is ~meant by "to believe": since, in this way, a 120 2, 2 | opines." But this act "to believe," cleaves firmly ~to one 121 2, 2 | whereby a ~man is induced to believe, for instance that such 122 2, 2 | of act of faith. Now "to believe God" is ~common to all acts 123 2, 2 | unbelievers can be said to believe in a God. ~Therefore it 124 2, 2 | good and the end. Now to believe is an act, not of the ~will, 125 2, 2 | intellect. Therefore "to believe in God," which implies ~ 126 2, 2 | three ways. For, since "to believe" is an act of the ~intellect, 127 2, 2 | an act of faith is ~"to believe in a God"; because, as stated 128 2, 2 | an act of ~faith is "to believe God," since, as stated above ( 129 2, 2 | an act of faith is "to believe in God." For the ~First 130 2, 2 | Unbelievers cannot be said "to believe in a God" as we ~understand 131 2, 2 | of faith. For they do not believe ~that God exists under the 132 2, 2 | they do ~not truly imply believe in a God, since, as the 133 2, 2 | respect an act of faith is "to believe in God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 134 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe anything above the ~natural 135 2, 2 | unnecessary for salvation to believe anything above ~the natural 136 2, 2 | 1], A[4]). Therefore to believe seems unnecessary for salvation.~ 137 2, 2 | Therefore it is dangerous to believe in such matters. Therefore ~ 138 2, 2 | such matters. Therefore ~to believe is not necessary for salvation.~ 139 2, 2 | salvation, that ~he should believe certain things.~Aquin.: 140 2, 2 | learns thus must ~needs believe, in order that he may acquire 141 2, 2 | it ~behooves a learner to believe."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[ 142 2, 2 | happiness, he must first of all believe God, as a disciple believes 143 2, 2 | Whether it is necessary to believe those things which can be 144 2, 2 | would seem unnecessary to believe those things which can be ~ 145 2, 2 | that there is no need ~to believe what can be proved by natural 146 2, 2 | Therefore it is not necessary to believe those ~things which can 147 2, 2 | contrary, It is necessary to believe that God is one and ~incorporeal: 148 2, 2 | Whether man is bound to believe anything explicitly?~Aquin.: 149 2, 2 | that man is not bound to believe anything ~explicitly. For 150 2, 2 | is ~not in man's power to believe a thing explicitly, for 151 2, 2 | 14,15): "How shall they believe Him, of whom they have not 152 2, 2 | Therefore man is not bound to believe anything explicitly.~Aquin.: 153 2, 2 | neither is man bound to believe anything explicitly, and 154 2, 2 | enough if he be ready to believe whatever God proposes to 155 2, 2 | that man should be ready to believe ~whatever God may propose, 156 2, 2 | that cometh to God, must ~believe that He is, and is a rewarder 157 2, 2 | faith, man is ~bound to believe them, just as he is bound 158 2, 2 | faith, man is not bound to believe them explicitly, but only ~ 159 2, 2 | implicitly, or to be ready to believe them, in so far as he is 160 2, 2 | far as he is prepared ~to believe whatever is contained in 161 2, 2 | Then alone is ~he bound to believe such things explicitly, 162 2, 2 | neighbor, and likewise to believe the articles of faith. ~ 163 2, 2 | that he is not ~bound to believe. But simple reasons are 164 2, 2 | Therefore all are bound to believe ~everything explicitly.~ 165 2, 2 | matters of ~faith, and to believe them more explicitly.~Aquin.: 166 2, 2 | teach others, are bound to believe explicitly more things ~ 167 2, 2 | think that the learned ~believe aright; unless the simple 168 2, 2 | of all, that they should ~believe explicitly in the mystery 169 2, 2 | of all ~that they should believe explicitly in the mystery 170 2, 2 | For man is ~not bound to believe explicitly what the angels 171 2, 2 | Therefore men were not bound to ~believe explicitly in the mystery 172 2, 2 | the salvation of all to believe explicitly in the mystery 173 2, 2 | Our ~faith is sound if we believe that no man, old or young 174 2, 2 | men have been bound to believe them more or less ~explicitly 175 2, 2 | water"; nor ~was he bound to believe explicitly, before its fulfilment, 176 2, 2 | a virgin, ~and in Him, I believe. O sun, during the lifetime 177 2, 2 | for, though they did not believe in ~Him explicitly, they 178 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe explicitly in the ~Trinity?~ 179 2, 2 | necessary for salvation to believe ~explicitly in the Trinity. 180 2, 2 | that ~cometh to God must believe that He is, and is a rewarder 181 2, 2 | seek Him." Now one can believe this without believing in 182 2, 2 | it was not necessary to believe explicitly in the Trinity.~ 183 2, 2 | that which we are bound to believe explicitly of God is ~the 184 2, 2 | it was not necessary to believe ~explicitly in the Trinity.~ 185 2, 2 | necessary ~for salvation to believe in the Trinity.~Aquin.: 186 2, 2 | that, It is impossible to believe explicitly in the mystery 187 2, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to believe is meritorious?~Aquin.: 188 2, 2 | 1: It would seem that to believe in not meritorious. For 189 2, 2 | he is no longer free to believe or not to believe: whereas 190 2, 2 | free to believe or not to believe: whereas if he ~has not 191 2, 2 | merit thereby. Therefore to ~believe is by no means meritorious.~ 192 2, 2 | believing. Therefore to believe is meritorious.~Aquin.: 193 2, 2 | invitation: hence he ~does not believe lightly. He has not, however, 194 2, 2 | reasons in support of what we believe lessen the merit of faith?~ 195 2, 2 | reasons in support of what we believe lessen ~the merit of faith. 196 2, 2 | reason in support of what we ~believe, may stand in a twofold 197 2, 2 | or not a prompt will, to believe, unless he be ~moved by 198 2, 2 | passion, so ought he to believe matters ~of faith, not on 199 2, 2 | a man's will is ready to believe, he loves the truth ~he 200 2, 2 | of human reason: "We now ~believe, not for thy saying" (Jn. 201 2, 2 | man who has no will ~to believe what is of faith, unless 202 2, 2 | when a ~man has the will to believe what is of faith on the 203 2, 2 | makes the will ready ~to believe them, even if they were 204 2, 2 | promptness of the will to believe, and therefore they do not 205 2, 3 | spirit of faith . . . we believe, and ~therefore we speak 206 2, 3 | 10): "With the heart we ~believe unto justice; but with the 207 2, 3 | silent, so as to make ~people believe either that he is without 208 2, 4 | the ~act of faith is to believe, as stated above (Q[2], 209 2, 4 | faith is a virtue whereby we believe what we ~do not see," and 210 2, 4 | the assent of faith to believe anything, proceeds from ~ 211 2, 4 | Q[2], AA[1],2) that to believe is an act of the ~intellect 212 2, 4 | faculty be perfect. Now, to believe is immediately ~an act of 213 2, 4 | living faith. For ~since to believe is an act of the intellect 214 2, 4 | by adhering to ~which we believe whatever is contained in 215 2, 4 | for the habit ~whereby we believe, it is one specifically, 216 2, 4 | Is. 7:9: "If you will not believe, you shall not ~understand [ 217 2, 5 | that cometh to God, must ~believe." Now the original state 218 2, 5 | and since "by faith we ~believe what we see not," according 219 2, 5 | since by it man wishes to believe in God. Since then ~no deliberate 220 2, 5 | 2:19): "The devils . . . believe ~and tremble."~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 5 | good, and in this way, to believe ~is a praiseworthy action. 222 2, 5 | convinced ~that it ought to believe what is said, though that 223 2, 5 | in a way, compelled to believe, by the ~evidence of signs, 224 2, 5 | of grace, inclines man to believe, ~by giving him a certain 225 2, 5 | Rather are they compelled to believe through their natural ~intellectual 226 2, 5 | demons are compelled to believe, is displeasing to them, 227 2, 5 | means diminished by their believe.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[3] 228 2, 5 | gift of faith in order to ~believe any article whatever of 229 2, 5 | seems that heretics ~cannot believe any articles of faith without 230 2, 5 | conclusions. Therefore a man can believe some articles ~of faith 231 2, 5 | others. Therefore he can believe ~some articles, and disbelieve 232 2, 5 | this respect one man can believe ~explicitly more things 233 2, 5 | who does not explicitly believe ~all, while he is prepared 234 2, 5 | while he is prepared to believe all, has that habit. In 235 2, 6 | necessary in ~order that man believe anything explicitly. The 236 2, 6 | hear the same sermon, some believe, and some do not. ~Hence 237 2, 6 | us the things we have to believe. But this is false, ~for, 238 2, 6 | faith, or persuades man to believe by ~words or deeds.~Aquin.: 239 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To believe does indeed depend on the 240 2, 6 | granted by God to a man to believe, and yet ~he is not granted 241 2, 7 | Ye that fear the Lord, believe in Him." Therefore fear 242 2, 7 | 2:19): "The devils . . . believe ~and tremble."~Aquin.: SMT 243 2, 7 | intellect to God, so as to ~believe in all the Divine promises. 244 2, 7 | that cometh to God must believe that He is," according to 245 2, 8 | understand that they ought to ~believe them, and that they ought 246 2, 8 | Septuagint]: ~"If you will not believe you shall not understand." 247 2, 8 | Septuagint]: ~"If you will not believe you shall not understand," 248 2, 8 | version ~has: "If you will not believe, you shall not continue." 249 2, 9 | knowledge of what one ought to believe by discerning things to 250 2, 9 | believed from things not to be believe: in this way knowledge is 251 2, 9 | not only what one ought to believe, but also ~how to make the 252 2, 9 | how to induce others to believe, and confute ~those who 253 2, 9 | to know what he ~ought to believe, and another to know how 254 2, 9 | know ~what one ought to believe, belongs to the gift of 255 2, 9 | themselves the very things we believe, by a kind of union with 256 2, 10 | 10:14): "How shall they believe in Him, of Whom they have 257 2, 10 | in ~the Jews, since they believe in the Old Testament as 258 2, 10 | differing from what they ~believe. Hence it is not expedient 259 2, 10 | none are to be compelled to believe." Therefore, in like manner, 260 2, 10 | his will, but he cannot ~believe unless he is willing." Therefore 261 2, 10 | in order that they may believe, because to ~believe depends 262 2, 10 | may believe, because to ~believe depends on the will: nevertheless 263 2, 10 | purpose of forcing ~them to believe, because even if they were 264 2, 10 | still leave them free to believe, if they will, ~but in order 265 2, 10 | out continually: 'We may believe or not ~believe just as 266 2, 10 | We may believe or not ~believe just as we choose. Whom 267 2, 10 | 27): "If any of them that believe not, ~invite you, and you 268 2, 12 | There are some of you that believe not." Therefore apostasy 269 2, 12 | only that the heart should believe, ~but also that external 270 2, 13 | the same faith whereby we ~believe that Christ was born, and 271 2, 15 | necessary for man that he should believe, ~according to Heb. 11:6, " 272 2, 15 | instance Jn. 14:1: ~"You believe in God; believe also in 273 2, 15 | 1: ~"You believe in God; believe also in Me." Therefore it 274 2, 15 | Ye that fear the ~Lord, believe Him." Therefore the Old 275 2, 15 | that ~cometh to God, must believe that He is." Hence faith 276 2, 15 | to the faith ~whereby we believe that God is, which is the 277 2, 15 | God, when He said: "You believe in God," and ~commanded 278 2, 15 | Testament, wherefore He added: "Believe also in Me."~Aquin.: SMT 279 2, 15 | presupposed whereby we ~believe that God is; hence it begins, " 280 2, 15 | The words which follow - "believe Him" - must ~be referred 281 2, 15 | understanding of those who believe in God ~consist in the precepts 282 2, 16 | knowledge of truth, since we believe that what God tells us is 283 2, 16 | that cometh to God, must believe that He is, ~and is a rewarder 284 2, 16 | enter in to see what we believe. Or we may reply that it 285 2, 17 | 2:19: "The devils . . . believe and tremble." Therefore 286 2, 18 | 2:19, "The devils . . . believe and ~tremble," nor evil, 287 2, 24 | irrational creatures, since we believe ~that heaven and earth were 288 2, 26 | according to Jn. 4:42: "We now believe, not for thy saying: for ~ 289 2, 34 | since, when he falls, we believe that some are deservedly 290 2, 41 | these ~little ones, that believe in Me, it were better for 291 2, 56 | Joan. xl) that "faith is to believe what one sees not."~Aquin.: 292 2, 58 | not to judge, but simply believe, since ~they are above us, 293 2, 68 | ought to be careful not to believe everyone readily, ~according 294 2, 68 | according to 1 Jn. 4:1: "Believe not every spirit."~Aquin.: 295 2, 70 | foolish and slow of heart to believe!" Therefore railing or reviling ~ 296 2, 79 | God himself, as when we believe God we reach out to Him 297 2, 79 | faith, not only because we believe in a God, but because we ~ 298 2, 79 | in a God, but because we ~believe God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] 299 2, 81 | pray; that is, we need to ~believe that we can obtain from 300 2, 87 | devotion, and faith whereby we believe that God knows all things 301 2, 88 | is given us here, lest we believe the demons, ~however much 302 2, 93 | truth, to accustom men to believe him, and so to lead ~him 303 2, 95 | not through ceasing to believe in God, but lest ~he should 304 2, 102 | sons of God, to them that believe in His ~name." Therefore 305 2, 108 | virtue: and ~we must not believe that such persons were liars. 306 2, 108 | Lib. De Mend. v): "We must believe that whatever is related 307 2, 122 | them: "A man that does not believe that children are ~benefited 308 2, 122 | You were not old enough to believe in Christ's ~future sufferings, 309 2, 122 | 10), "With the heart we believe unto ~justice, but with 310 2, 127 | it ~belongs to faith to believe something and in somebody. 311 2, 130 | Jn. 5:44): How can you believe, who receive glory one ~ 312 2, 130 | opinion, being unwilling to believe one that is better. Secondly, 313 2, 135 | Joan. lxxix): "Faith is to believe without ~seeing." Yet it 314 2, 148 | negligence, and thus we believe that Noah was made ~drunk 315 2, 159 | that cometh to God must believe." In this sense faith is ~ 316 2, 159 | monastery"; the ~sixth is "to believe and acknowledge oneself 317 2, 159 | men, and to confess and believe oneself ~to be in all ways 318 2, 159 | that is to wish them to believe it"; the ~fifth, "to bear 319 2, 159 | falsehood one may avow and believe oneself in ~all ways unprofitable 320 2, 160 | since a man is ready to believe what he desires very much, ~ 321 2, 160 | from themselves, or if they believe it to be ~from above, yet 322 2, 160 | degree of humility is "to believe and acknowledge ~oneself 323 2, 161 | pertains to unbelief to believe such a thing. Therefore 324 2, 161 | other hand, the man did not believe ~this to be true; wherefore 325 2, 163 | woman; nor again are we to believe that its soul was changed ~ 326 2, 172 | that cometh to God must believe that He ~is"; secondly, 327 2, 172 | according to Jn. ~14:1, "You believe in God, believe also in 328 2, 172 | 1, "You believe in God, believe also in Me." Accordingly, 329 2, 172 | patriarchs had been taught ~to believe in a general way in God, 330 2, 173 | 28): "Why should we not ~believe that when so great an apostle, 331 2, 176 | into falsehood ~them that believe." They are said to be real, 332 2, 187 | is ~written (1 Jn. 4:1): "Believe not every spirit, but try 333 3, 1 | this conviction, so as to believe that He ~has come chiefly 334 3, 1 | knew those were who would ~believe in Him. But in such times 335 3, 1 | His preaching as not to believe in His corporeal ~presence, 336 3, 1 | Tyre and Sidon would not believe when such ~great wonders 337 3, 1 | who, as He foresaw, would believe in His miracles ~if wrought 338 3, 1 | Therefore let us ~unshrinkingly believe His mercy to be with those 339 3, 4 | Council of Ephesus: "We believe in our Lord Jesus Christ, ~ 340 3, 6 | all and upon all them that believe ~in Him." Now just as we 341 3, 6 | in Him." Now just as we believe in Him as already born; 342 3, 6 | of ~faith . . . we also believe," as it is written (2 Cor. 343 3, 8 | certain vital act, i.e. to believe, as if a ~lifeless limb 344 3, 21 | the prayer) "that they may believe that Thou hast sent Me." ~ 345 3, 21 | I said it, that they may believe that Thou ~hast sent Me."~ 346 3, 21 | prayed for them "who would believe in Him ~through the word" 347 3, 21 | for all those who would believe in Him; but for those only ~ 348 3, 25 | intention of those who did not believe in Him, it will appear as 349 3, 25 | De Eccles. Dogm. xl): "We believe that ~the bodies of the 350 3, 27 | For it is reasonable to believe that she, who ~brought forth " 351 3, 27 | therefore with reason that we believe the Blessed ~Virgin to have 352 3, 27 | For as yet she did not believe in Him as she ought." Now 353 3, 27 | was able to acknowledge, believe, and consent, whereas in 354 3, 27 | Para. 3/4~Nor are we to believe that any others, not mentioned 355 3, 28 | birth; ~not that we are to believe that our Lord in coming 356 3, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We must believe that the Blessed Virgin, 357 3, 30 | Blessed Virgin did indeed believe explicitly in the ~future 358 3, 31 | of Abraham, what must we believe, but that ~Mary was not 359 3, 31 | husband? So therefore we believe that Mary was also ~of the 360 3, 31 | family of David: because we believe the Scriptures, which assert ~ 361 3, 31 | writings), then we ~must believe that Joachim's mother, or 362 3, 31 | Melchi: yet must we also ~believe that she was in some way 363 3, 31 | birth: that thou mightest believe that He ~was God, who was 364 3, 31 | it impossible for us to ~believe that He had become a true 365 3, 32 | principle. otherwise they believe that there would be no such ~ 366 3, 36 | it impossible for us to believe that He had become true ~ 367 3, 36 | Gentiles," who ~were to believe in Christ. But first the " 368 3, 36 | Ghost, ~so also we must believe that the Magi, inspired 369 3, 36 | and "inquire where; they believe and ask, as it were, betokening ~ 370 3, 38 | saying: That they should believe in Him who was to come after 371 3, 39 | baptism, in order that we may believe Him to descend invisibly 372 3, 42 | nothing, so that we have to ~believe what others have written 373 3, 42 | though they were ~prepared to believe whatever He might have written 374 3, 42 | saying: "We are not to ~believe that in respect of space 375 3, 42 | Those who were unwilling to believe what the apostles wrote ~ 376 3, 42 | Christ would have refused to believe the writings of Christ, 377 3, 43 | see signs and wonders you believe not." Therefore it seems ~ 378 3, 43 | God alone can do, we ~may believe that what he says is from 379 3, 43 | the works of God we may believe ~that God dwells in him 380 3, 43 | 38): "Though you will not believe Me, believe the works"; 381 3, 43 | you will not believe Me, believe the works"; and ~(Jn. 5: 382 3, 43 | heart who are unwilling to believe what is proved ~from the 383 3, 43 | I said it: that they may believe that Thou hast sent Me."~ 384 3, 43 | miracles that men should believe in the reality of His ~manhood. 385 3, 43 | another world, that we might believe Him to be ~Him by whom the 386 3, 44 | rescue ~those who would believe in Him, from the power of 387 3, 46 | written (2 Tim. 2:13): "If we believe ~not, He continueth faithful, 388 3, 47 | Christ; neither would they believe His words, whereby He avowed ~ 389 3, 47 | rulers, so that they did not believe Him to be the ~Son of God 390 3, 53 | for it is not enough to believe the one ~without the other, 391 3, 54 | to Thomas who would not believe ~except he handled and saw 392 3, 54 | De Resurr. Carn.): "I ~believe our Lord's body to be in 393 3, 55 | that they might thereby believe ~that He who was crucified 394 3, 55 | Gentiles, who would ~not believe in the preaching of the 395 3, 55 | foolish and slow of heart to believe": and (Mk. 16:14): "He ~ 396 3, 55 | excluded except a man refuse to believe ~only such things as he 397 3, 55 | can see. But for a man to believe from visible ~signs the 398 3, 55 | signs ~and wonders, you believe not." From this one can 399 3, 55 | they who are ~so ready to believe God, even without beholding 400 3, 55 | comparison with them who do not believe except they see the like.~ 401 3, 55 | Gentiles, ~which did not believe in Christ until He was ascended 402 3, 55 | Jesus would have men to believe in Him, i.e. to touch Him 403 3, 57 | justice "of those that ~believe," as Augustine says (Tract. 404 3, 57 | they that see not, yet ~believe.' Hence it is of our justice 405 3, 57 | reproved: because ~'you will believe in Me whom you shall not 406 3, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, we believe that Christ will dwell for 407 3, 58 | country for three years': ~Believe, then, that Christ dwells 408 3, 64 | confers: for instance, he may believe that it is unlawful to swear 409 3, 64 | whatever, and yet he may believe that baptism is an efficient ~ 410 3, 64 | he confers, although he believe that no inward ~effect is 411 3, 66 | name of only one Person may believe aright in the Three; ~because 412 3, 66 | not ~enough to imply or to believe in the Trinity, unless the 413 3, 66 | Paulianists), "since the former believe not that Christ is ~God" ( 414 3, 66 | purge the sins of them that ~believe, had they not been hallowed 415 3, 66 | moved by the Holy Ghost to believe in ~and love God and to 416 3, 68 | Eccl. Dogm. xli, that "we believe the way of salvation ~to 417 3, 68 | xli, it is written: "We ~believe that no catechumen, though 418 3, 68 | according to 1 Jn. 4:1: "Believe not every spirit, but try 419 3, 68 | concerning his faith: "Dost thou believe in God the Father ~Almighty?" 420 3, 68 | be baptized whether they believe. If, ~on the contrary, anyone, 421 3, 68 | yet with their own hearts believe ~unto justice, nor with 422 3, 68 | they are rightly said to believe, because in a certain fashion 423 3, 68 | Saviour little children believe through ~others, just as 424 3, 68 | none of them be forced to believe: for such are not to be ~ 425 3, 68 | the Church's ritual, they believe and repent; as we have ~ 426 3, 69 | be dead with Christ, we believe that we ~shall live also 427 3, 69 | to an adult, ~except he believe; according to Mk. 16:16: " 428 3, 69 | OBJ 1: Adults who already believe in Christ are incorporated 429 3, 69 | another heart that ~they may believe; another tongue that they 430 3, 69 | confess." So that children ~believe, not by their own act, but 431 3, 69 | first, because he does not believe, whereas ~Baptism is the 432 3, 70 | of faith . . . we . . . believe." But ~circumcision was 433 3, 71 | 10:14: "How shall they believe Him, of Whom they have not 434 3, 71 | another's heart ~that they may believe, so, too, she lends them 435 3, 71 | the child's stead: "I do believe," does ~not foretell that 436 3, 71 | foretell that the child will believe when it comes to the right 437 3, 71 | else he would say: "He will believe"; but in the child's stead 438 3, 71 | endeavors that the child ~may believe. This, however, would not 439 3, 73 | Eucharist; and just as ~they believe through the Church's faith, 440 3, 75 | according to Jn. 14:1: "You believe ~in God, believe also in 441 3, 75 | 1: "You believe ~in God, believe also in Me." And since faith 442 3, 76 | James 2:19: "The devils believe, and tremble."~Aquin.: SMT 443 3, 80 | make ready tooth and belly? Believe, ~and thou hast eaten . . . 444 3, 80 | hast eaten . . . For to believe in Him, this it is, to eat 445 3, 80 | But the sinner does not believe in Him; because he has not ~ 446 3, 80 | to which it belongs to believe "in God," as stated above 447 3, 80 | especially if he does not believe Christ to be truly in ~this 448 3, 82 | great snare they fall who believe that the Divine and hidden ~ 449 3, 83 | Deacons. And because we believe Christ as the ~Divine truth, 450 3, 83 | the truth, why do you ~not believe Me?" after the Gospel has 451 3, 86 | denote the faith ~whereby we believe in Christ, because, as Augustine 452 3, 89 | confessing Him; but we must believe that he will be judged with 453 Suppl, 8 | knowledge he should not believe his subject, but, ~as far 454 Suppl, 8 | for this knowledge that he believe the ~penitent when he says 455 Suppl, 8 | ought, and is bound, to believe ~him. If, however, he were 456 Suppl, 16| 2:19: "The devils . . . believe and tremble." ~Therefore 457 Suppl, 36| what the people ~have to believe and fulfill in the law. 458 Suppl, 37| unbelievers and unwilling to believe; and these must be ~altogether 459 Suppl, 37| however, are willing ~to believe, but are not as yet instructed, 460 Suppl, 40| duty to seek what we are to believe and what we are to ~hold, 461 Suppl, 45| A[1]). However one may believe ~that in all probability 462 Suppl, 51| Church gives, although he believe it to be nothing.~Aquin.: 463 Suppl, 58| incredulity, because they do not believe that demons exist ~save 464 Suppl, 58| the true faith whereby we ~believe that angels fell from heaven, 465 Suppl, 59| away a wife who does not ~believe.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 466 Suppl, 69| everywhere, ~therefore we must believe that those also who are 467 Suppl, 69| they appear, we are not to believe that ~this is always so: 468 Suppl, 69| that cometh to God must believe" (Heb. 11:6). ~Now the first 469 Suppl, 69| I do not see how we can ~believe that the rest which Lazarus 470 Suppl, 69| situation, there is reason to believe that the place of ~both 471 Suppl, 70| De Eccl. Dogm. xvi): "We believe that ~man alone has a substantial 472 Suppl, 71| dead. Therefore we must believe this ~without any doubt.~ 473 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless, we must not believe that the ~suffrages of the 474 Suppl, 71| by whose prayers we must believe that he is assisted, as 475 Suppl, 71| need them not) we may ~well believe that by God's mercy this 476 Suppl, 72| God's glory we must nowise believe that anything ~outside that 477 Suppl, 72| here below, we must not believe that they grieve through 478 Suppl, 72| will appear, the Jews will believe, Antichrist will ~persecute, 479 Suppl, 73| Fide Orth. iv): "Thou ~must believe that the resurrection will 480 Suppl, 74| Orth. iv): "Thou shalt believe in the resurrection to be 481 Suppl, 79| man, because they did not ~believe that the whole man could 482 Suppl, 80| chapter of Luke, and we must believe that His ~body was supremely 483 Suppl, 85| And even if we ~are to believe that at the end these calamities 484 Suppl, 86| you trust - because you believe not his voice," ~according 485 Suppl, 88| Para. 1/1~I answer that, We believe all corporeal things to 486 Suppl, 89| see men . . . we do not believe but see that they live."~ 487 Suppl, 91| God within them, we cannot believe that external things are 488 Suppl, 93| without reason, for since we believe the Blessed Virgin to have 489 Suppl, 93| 10, "With the ~heart, we believe unto justice, but with the


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