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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unbelief

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1 2, 73 | directly against God, e.g. ~unbelief, blasphemy, and the like: 2 2, 73 | less grievous sin ~than unbelief or despair which are opposed 3 2, 74 | contrary, A sudden movement of unbelief is a venial sin. But it ~ 4 2, 74 | suffers a sudden movement of unbelief. And although unbelief, 5 2, 74 | of unbelief. And although unbelief, in its ~genus, is a mortal 6 2, 74 | yet a sudden movement of unbelief is a venial ~sin, because 7 2, 74 | however, the movement of unbelief remains after this deliberation, 8 2, 76 | allusion to the ~ignorance of unbelief, which undermines the foundation 9 2, 88 | to sudden movements of ~unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 10 2, 89 | been a certain movement of unbelief in ~Eve, since she doubted 11 2, 89 | did it ignorantly in my unbelief": whereas the ~sins of believers 12 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, faith and unbelief have the same object since 13 2, 1 | opposed to one another. Now unbelief can be about all things 14 2, 1 | of such things savors of ~unbelief, according to 1 Tim. 1:13: " 15 2, 1 | I did it ignorantly in unbelief." ~Therefore things that 16 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, unbelief would seem to be graver 17 2, 5 | their sin." Now the sin of unbelief is in some men. ~Consequently, 18 2, 6 | Now faith heals man from unbelief. ~Therefore whoever receives 19 2, 6 | charity, is healed ~from unbelief, not entirely (because the 20 2, 6 | the sin of his previous unbelief is ~not removed) but in 21 2, 10 | 10] Out. Para. 1/3 - OF UNBELIEF IN GENERAL (TWELVE ARTICLES)~ 22 2, 10 | the contrary vices: first, unbelief, ~which is contrary to faith; 23 2, 10 | first, we must consider (1) unbelief in general; (2) heresy; ~( 24 2, 10 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether unbelief is a sin?~(2) What is its 25 2, 10 | sin?~(5) Of the species of unbelief;~(6) Of their comparison, 26 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unbelief is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 27 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that unbelief is not a sin. For every 28 2, 10 | Fide Orth. ii, 4). Now ~unbelief seems not to be contrary 29 2, 10 | in a man's power to avoid unbelief, for he ~cannot avoid it 30 2, 10 | without a preacher?" Therefore unbelief does not seem ~to be a sin.~ 31 2, 10 | all sins are reduced. But unbelief does not seem ~to be comprised 32 2, 10 | under any of them. Therefore unbelief is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 10 | faith is a virtue, and ~unbelief is opposed to it. Therefore 34 2, 10 | opposed to it. Therefore unbelief is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 10 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Unbelief may be taken in two ways: 36 2, 10 | not the faith. Secondly, unbelief may be taken by way of opposition 37 2, 10 | completes the notion of unbelief, and it is in this sense 38 2, 10 | it is in this sense that ~unbelief is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 39 2, 10 | account of their sin of unbelief. Hence Our ~Lord said (Jn. 40 2, 10 | truth. Hence, in this way, ~unbelief is contrary to nature.~Aquin.: 41 2, 10 | OBJ 2: This argument takes unbelief as denoting a pure negation.~ 42 2, 10 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Unbelief, in so far as it is a sin, 43 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unbelief is in the intellect as its 44 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that unbelief is not in the intellect 45 2, 10 | Duabus ~Anim. x, xi). Now unbelief is a sin, as stated above ( 46 2, 10 | above (A[1]). Therefore ~unbelief resides in the will and 47 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, unbelief is sinful through contempt 48 2, 10 | pertains to the will. Therefore unbelief is in ~the will.~Aquin.: 49 2, 10 | angel. Therefore the sin of unbelief ~seems to consist entirely 50 2, 10 | subject. Now faith, to which unbelief is opposed, resides in the ~ 51 2, 10 | the ~intellect. Therefore unbelief also is in the intellect.~ 52 2, 10 | which is the act proper to ~unbelief, is an act of the intellect, 53 2, 10 | Body Para. 2/3~Therefore unbelief, like faith, is in the intellect 54 2, 10 | completes the notion of unbelief. Hence the cause of unbelief 55 2, 10 | unbelief. Hence the cause of unbelief is in the ~will, while unbelief 56 2, 10 | unbelief is in the ~will, while unbelief itself is in the intellect.~ 57 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unbelief is the greatest of sin?~ 58 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that unbelief is not the greatest of sins. 59 2, 10 | to say ~absolutely that unbelief is the greatest of sins.~ 60 2, 10 | the greatest of sins. Now unbelief excuses or diminishes sin: ~ 61 2, 10 | because I did it ignorantly in unbelief." Therefore unbelief is 62 2, 10 | in unbelief." Therefore unbelief is not the ~greatest of 63 2, 10 | was sanctified?" Therefore unbelief is not the greatest of sins.~ 64 2, 10 | may be traced." ~Therefore unbelief is the greatest of sins.~ 65 2, 10 | ever ~separated from God by unbelief, because he has not even 66 2, 10 | is clear that the sin of unbelief is greater than any sin ~ 67 2, 10 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Unbelief includes both ignorance, 68 2, 10 | punished for his sin of ~unbelief than another sinner is for 69 2, 10 | nature. ~Since therefore, unbelief is a mortal sin, unbelievers 70 2, 10 | do anything out of their unbelief, then they sin. For even ~ 71 2, 10 | refer to the ~end of his unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 72 2, 10 | whatever they do out of unbelief, is a sin. Hence the same ~ 73 2, 10 | or acts according to his ~unbelief, sins grievously."~Aquin.: 74 2, 10 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Unbelief does not so wholly destroy 75 2, 10 | there are several species of unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 76 2, 10 | are not several species of unbelief. ~For, since faith and unbelief 77 2, 10 | unbelief. ~For, since faith and unbelief are contrary to one another, 78 2, 10 | Therefore the object of unbelief also is the First Truth; 79 2, 10 | disbelieves are the matter of his ~unbelief. Now the specific difference 80 2, 10 | are not several species of unbelief, ~according to the various 81 2, 10 | therefore the various species of unbelief ~correspond to the number 82 2, 10 | infinite number of species of unbelief, and consequently, ~that 83 2, 10 | diversity of species ~of unbelief: and so there are not several 84 2, 10 | are not several species of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 85 2, 10 | Accordingly we must say that if unbelief be considered in comparison 86 2, 10 | there are several species of unbelief, determinate in number. 87 2, 10 | For, ~since the sin of unbelief consists in resisting the 88 2, 10 | accepted, and such is the unbelief of pagans or heathens; or 89 2, 10 | figure, and such is the unbelief of the Jews, or in the very ~ 90 2, 10 | of truth, and such is the unbelief of heretics. Hence we ~may, 91 2, 10 | these three as species of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 92 2, 10 | however, the species of unbelief be distinguished according 93 2, 10 | determinate ~species of unbelief: for errors can be multiplied 94 2, 10 | reply that the object ~of unbelief is the First Truth considered 95 2, 10 | considered as that which unbelief ~forsakes, but its formal 96 2, 10 | considered as that to which unbelief ~turns, is the false opinion 97 2, 10 | this point of ~view that unbelief derives its various species. 98 2, 10 | there are many species of unbelief, because ~unbelievers follow 99 2, 10 | considers the various species of unbelief ~according to various points 100 2, 10 | relation to one, so may unbelief, although it errs in many 101 2, 10 | erring in various species of unbelief, even as one man may be ~ 102 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the unbelief of pagans or heathens is 103 2, 10 | It would seem that the unbelief of heathens or pagans is 104 2, 10 | many gods. Therefore their unbelief is the gravest of all.~Aquin.: 105 2, 10 | at all. Therefore their unbelief is the gravest.~Aquin.: 106 2, 10 | things may be considered in ~unbelief. One of these is its relation 107 2, 10 | promised it. In this way the unbelief of heretics, who ~confess 108 2, 10 | interpretations, their ~unbelief is a more grievous sin than 109 2, 10 | thing to be considered in unbelief is the corruption of ~matters 110 2, 10 | points than heretics, the unbelief of heathens is ~more grievous 111 2, 10 | more grievous than the unbelief of the Jews, and that of 112 2, 10 | as stated above (A[1]) unbelief has the character ~of guilt, 113 2, 10 | speaking absolutely, the unbelief of ~heretics is the worst.~ 114 2, 10 | unbelievers in virtue of their unbelief deserve to forfeit ~their 115 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, unbelief is the greatest of sins, 116 2, 10 | is broken on account of unbelief: ~for the Apostle says ( 117 2, 10 | Much more, therefore, does unbelief abrogate the right of ~unbelieving 118 2, 10 | would imbue them with their unbelief, it seems that they ought 119 2, 11 | Whether heresy is a kind of unbelief?~(2) Of the matter about 120 2, 11 | Whether heresy is a species of unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 121 2, 11 | heresy is not a species of unbelief. For ~unbelief is in the 122 2, 11 | species of unbelief. For ~unbelief is in the understanding, 123 2, 11 | heresy is not a ~species of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 124 2, 11 | of pride rather than ~of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 125 2, 11 | 1 ~OBJ 3: Further, since unbelief is in the understanding, 126 2, 11 | heresy is not a species of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 127 2, 11 | consequently it is a species ~of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 128 2, 11 | that, in every ~form of unbelief, the person to whose words 129 2, 11 | belongs to the species of unbelief in pagans and ~Jews. Secondly, 130 2, 11 | Therefore heresy is a species of unbelief, belonging to those who ~ 131 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 1: Choice regards unbelief in the same way as the will 132 2, 11 | reason of the act itself of ~unbelief in respect of its proximate 133 2, 11 | guilty of the prostitution of unbelief ~which is spiritual prostitution, 134 2, 11 | Further, heresy is a kind of unbelief. Now other unbelievers who ~ 135 2, 12 | Whether apostasy pertains to unbelief?~(2) Whether, on account 136 2, 12 | Whether apostasy pertains to unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 137 2, 12 | apostasy does not pertain to unbelief. For ~that which is the 138 2, 12 | seemingly, pertain to ~unbelief, since many sins there are 139 2, 12 | many sins there are without unbelief. Now apostasy seems ~to 140 2, 12 | apostasy does not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 141 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, unbelief is an act of the understanding: 142 2, 12 | apostasy does not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 143 2, 12 | heresy, since it pertains to unbelief, is a determinate ~species 144 2, 12 | determinate ~species of unbelief. If then, apostasy pertained 145 2, 12 | then, apostasy pertained to unbelief, it would ~follow that it 146 2, 12 | a determinate species of unbelief, which does not seem ~to 147 2, 12 | apostasy does ~not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 148 2, 12 | Therefore apostasy pertains to ~unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 149 2, 12 | simply so called, pertains to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 150 2, 12 | words or deeds pertain to unbelief, in so far as they are signs ~ 151 2, 12 | far as they are signs ~of unbelief, even as a sign of health 152 2, 12 | terms. Now ~apostasy regards unbelief as the term "whereto" of 153 2, 12 | imply a special ~kind of unbelief, but an aggravating circumstance 154 2, 12 | stated above (Q[10], A[10]), unbelief, in itself, is ~not inconsistent 155 2, 12 | Nevertheless a man who sins by unbelief may be sentenced to the 156 2, 12 | of the Church to punish unbelief in ~those who have never 157 2, 12 | sentence of punishment on the unbelief ~of those who have received 158 2, 12 | against God rather than to ~unbelief. Therefore blasphemy is 159 2, 12 | did it ignorantly in" ~my "unbelief." Hence it seems that blasphemy 160 2, 12 | that blasphemy pertains to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 161 2, 12 | under the prohibition ~of unbelief, expressed by the words: " 162 2, 12 | contains the gravity of unbelief: while ~the sin is aggravated 163 2, 12 | stated above (Q[10], A[3]), unbelief is the ~greatest of sins 164 2, 12 | belonging to the same genus as unbelief and ~being an aggravated 165 2, 13 | justice ~or mercy belongs to unbelief. Now, by despair, a man 166 2, 13 | each of these is a kind of ~unbelief rather than of the sin against 167 2, 13 | version renders 'children of unbelief.'].~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] 168 2, 15 | many precepts ~forbidding unbelief: thus (Ex. 20:3): "Thou 169 2, 19 | Whether it can be without unbelief?~(3) Whether it is the greatest 170 2, 19 | hatred of God, ~despair and unbelief, consist principally in 171 2, 19 | there can be despair without unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 172 2, 19 | can be no despair without unbelief. For ~the certainty of hope 173 2, 19 | mercy, and so savors of ~unbelief. But whoever despairs, prefers 174 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Unbelief pertains to the intellect, 175 2, 19 | can be despair without unbelief, as stated above (A[2]). 176 2, 19 | stated above (A[2]). But unbelief is ~the greatest of sins 177 2, 19 | A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Now unbelief, despair and hatred of God 178 2, 19 | compare hatred of God and unbelief to ~despair, we shall find 179 2, 19 | they are more grievous. For unbelief is due to a man not ~believing 180 2, 19 | Hence it is clear that ~unbelief and hatred of God are against 181 2, 22 | thing, and directs it to his unbelief ~as end.~Aquin.: SMT SS 182 2, 26 | when he was in a state of unbelief, ~so that we should not 183 2, 32 | it seems that the sin of unbelief is graver than the sin of ~ 184 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Even unbelief is not sinful unless it 185 2, 32 | Wherefore it is evident that unbelief derives its sinfulness from 186 2, 32 | God is a greater sin than unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 187 2, 37 | Whether it is graver than unbelief?~(3) Of the power exercised 188 2, 37 | special sin, from the sin of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 189 2, 37 | schism is a graver sin than unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 190 2, 37 | schism is a graver sin than unbelief. For the ~graver sin meets 191 2, 37 | severely than ~even the sin of unbelief or idolatry: for we read ( 192 2, 37 | graver than the sin ~of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 193 2, 37 | ecclesiastical unity, whereas unbelief is contrary to the particular 194 2, 37 | schism is a graver sin than unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 195 2, 37 | virtue than faith to which unbelief is opposed, as ~shown above ( 196 2, 37 | schism is a graver sin ~than unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 197 2, 37 | less grievous sin than unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 198 2, 37 | 2~Now it is evident that unbelief is a sin committed against 199 2, 37 | manifest that the sin of unbelief is generically more grievous 200 2, 37 | of Divine truth, to which unbelief is opposed.~Aquin.: SMT 201 2, 37 | are less ~grievous than unbelief. On the other hand, hatred 202 2, 37 | not less ~grievous than unbelief. Nevertheless of all sins 203 2, 87 | savors of ~the blasphemy of unbelief. Hence in the next chapter, 204 2, 92 | heresy is a species of unbelief, as stated above (Q[11], 205 2, 92 | idolatry is also a species of unbelief and not of superstition.~ 206 2, 92 | superstition is a confession of unbelief by external ~worship. Such 207 2, 92 | heresy is a ~species of unbelief, but idolatry is a species 208 2, 92 | external worship. ~Therefore unbelief, despair and hatred of God, 209 2, 92 | Idolatry presupposes internal unbelief, and to this it adds ~undue 210 2, 92 | idolatry without internal ~unbelief, there is an additional 211 2, 95 | he was punished for his unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 212 2, 95 | comes under the head of ~unbelief, which is opposed to faith. 213 2, 97 | do. These are ~guilty of unbelief, through not believing in 214 2, 98 | of his ~possessions." But unbelief, like faith, is an act not 215 2, 98 | certain protestation of unbelief without, ~sometimes, unbelief 216 2, 98 | unbelief without, ~sometimes, unbelief being in the mind. Accordingly 217 2, 120 | like ~error, is an act of unbelief. Now unbelief precedes superstition, 218 2, 120 | an act of unbelief. Now unbelief precedes superstition, as ~ 219 2, 160 | is a vice ~distinct from unbelief, just as humility is a distinct 220 2, 160 | faith. ~Now it pertains to unbelief, if a man deem that he has 221 2, 160 | judgment is destroyed ~by unbelief. Secondly, in some particular 222 2, 160 | particular matter of choice, and unbelief ~does not do this. Thus 223 2, 160 | point: for it pertains to unbelief ~to assert universally that 224 2, 160 | belongs to pride and not to unbelief, through inordinate desire 225 2, 160 | greater virtues, such as ~unbelief, despair, hatred of God, 226 2, 160 | greatness upon other sins. For unbelief, by the very fact ~of its 227 2, 160 | the ~first of virtues, so unbelief is the last of sins, to 228 2, 160 | vice a man ~will lapse into unbelief," and the Apostle says ( 229 2, 161 | Now it ~pertains to unbelief to believe such a thing. 230 2, 161 | Therefore man's first sin ~was unbelief and not pride.~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 176 | there, because of their unbelief." Therefore, if faith be ~ 232 3, 27 | understood of the doubt, not of unbelief, but of wonder and discussion. ~ 233 3, 30 | of ~wonder rather than of unbelief. And so the angel adduces 234 3, 30 | proof, not as ~a cure for unbelief, but in order to remove 235 3, 42 | must be mortified by the unbelief of the Jews, multiplied 236 3, 43 | remain altogether in their unbelief. For it is written (1 ~Cor. 237 3, 43 | wondered because of their unbelief." In like manner it is said ( 238 3, 52 | them to ~shame for their unbelief and wickedness: but to them 239 3, 52 | them to shame for their unbelief, ~since preaching cannot 240 3, 59 | and other false leaders unbelief continues to flourish down 241 3, 64 | salvation. And thus such unbelief does not hinder the intention ~ 242 3, 64 | outwardly ~done. Wherefore, his unbelief notwithstanding, he can 243 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, unbelief is a most grievous sin, 244 3, 68 | should those who remain in unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 245 3, 68 | unwilling to renounce his unbelief. Yet each receives ~the 246 3, 68 | unbelievers, ~and their unbelief would conduce rather to 247 3, 68 | the Holy Ghost." And the ~unbelief of their own parents, even 248 3, 68 | be liable to lapse into unbelief, by reason ~of their natural 249 3, 80 | fornication, especially the sin of unbelief. Therefore the sin of every ~ 250 3, 80 | understood of the sin of unbelief, "in which ~all sins are 251 3, 80 | this, but rather the sin of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 252 3, 80 | against the Godhead, such as unbelief ~and blasphemy. The second 253 3, 80 | fervor. Hence the sin of unbelief, which fundamentally severs 254 3, 86 | one sin, while the sin of unbelief ~remains.~Aquin.: SMT TP 255 3, 86 | would not have sin" (viz. ~unbelief): "for this is the sin which 256 3, 88 | to Rm. 3:3: "Shall their unbelief make the faith of God without ~ 257 Suppl, 56| when he is converted from unbelief without his wife ~being 258 Suppl, 58| grows from the root of ~unbelief or incredulity, because 259 Suppl, 59| other sins as ~he may for unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 260 Suppl, 59| contrary to ~marriage. But unbelief is not contrary to marriage, 261 Suppl, 59| who is in the darkness of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 262 Suppl, 59| good than one. But ~the unbelief of only one party is an 263 Suppl, 59| more, ~therefore, is the unbelief of both, and consequently 264 Suppl, 59| which is faith. Therefore ~unbelief does not prevent the existence 265 Suppl, 59| marriage, not by ~reason of unbelief, but on account of the difference 266 Suppl, 59| marital intercourse, wherein unbelief and adultery are ~on a par, 267 Suppl, 59| is not obstinate in her ~unbelief, and he does well in remaining 268 Suppl, 59| away on account of her unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 269 Suppl, 59| can he do so on account of unbelief, which is ~spiritual adultery.~ 270 Suppl, 59| the son who persists in unbelief after his father's ~conversion 271 Suppl, 59| marriage ~contracted in unbelief can be annulled, and consequently, 272 Suppl, 59| the ~other remaining in unbelief, a distinction must be made. 273 Suppl, 59| without drawing the other to unbelief - the believer is free to 274 Suppl, 59| she ~strive to draw him to unbelief, the believing husband after 275 Suppl, 59| previously contracted in unbelief. ~Therefore the marriage 276 Suppl, 59| that other sins besides unbelief dissolve marriage. ~For 277 Suppl, 59| opposed to marriage than unbelief ~is. But unbelief dissolves 278 Suppl, 59| marriage than unbelief ~is. But unbelief dissolves marriage in a 279 Suppl, 59| OBJ 2: Further, just as unbelief is spiritual fornication, 280 Suppl, 59| any ~kind of sin. If, then unbelief dissolves marriage because 281 Suppl, 59| Bodily fornication and unbelief have a special ~contrariety 282 Suppl, 59| is ratified, ~neither by unbelief nor by adultery. But if 283 Suppl, 59| the one party remain in unbelief, and the other being ~converted 284 Suppl, 59| dissolved on account of ~either unbelief or fornication. But marriage 285 Suppl, 59| nature, more directly than unbelief, it is the other way about ~ 286 Suppl, 59| marriage tie on account of unbelief ~rather than on account 287 Suppl, 59| Holy Writ ~idolatry and unbelief are specially designated 288 Suppl, 59| account of likeness of ~unbelief, since unbelief corrupts 289 Suppl, 59| likeness of ~unbelief, since unbelief corrupts the intellect whereas 290 Suppl, 62| married in the state of unbelief, the husband has given ~ 291 Suppl, 62| divorce. Since, ~however, unbelief which is called spiritual 292 Suppl, 62| on account of ~one act of unbelief, but on account of inveterate 293 Suppl, 62| on account of inveterate unbelief which is a ~proof of obstinacy 294 Suppl, 62| proof of obstinacy wherein unbelief is perfected.~Aquin.: SMT 295 Suppl, 86| reap a benefit ~from their unbelief, which is absurd. ~Aquin.: 296 Suppl, 96| concluded all in sin [Vulg.: 'unbelief'], that ~He may have mercy 297 Suppl, 96| not only is the error of unbelief ~opposed, but also any mortal


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