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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unbelievers

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1 1, 32 | under the ridicule of the unbelievers: since they ~suppose that 2 1, 46 | as to give occasion to ~unbelievers to laugh, thinking that 3 1, 65 | hath blinded the minds of unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~ 4 1, 68 | exposed to the ridicule of unbelievers, and obstacles be ~placed 5 1, 47 | as to give occasion to ~unbelievers to laugh, thinking that 6 1, 66 | hath blinded the minds of unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~ 7 1, 69 | exposed to the ridicule of unbelievers, and obstacles be ~placed 8 2, 79 | hath blinded the minds of ~unbelievers": which causes seem to be 9 2, 89 | Whether the movements of unbelievers are venial sins?~(6) Whether 10 2, 89 | movements of the sensuality in unbelievers are mortal ~sin?~Aquin.: 11 2, 89 | movements of the sensuality in ~unbelievers are mortal sins. For the 12 2, 89 | are in Christ Jesus. But unbelievers are not in Christ Jesus. ~ 13 2, 89 | Christ Jesus. ~Therefore in unbelievers this is a matter of condemnation. 14 2, 89 | the ~first movements of unbelievers are mortal sins.~Aquin.: 15 2, 89 | movements of concupiscence in unbelievers are mortal sins.~Aquin.: 16 2, 89 | does He impute them to ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 17 2, 89 | the first movements of ~unbelievers are mortal sins, when they 18 2, 89 | sensuality has the same nature in unbelievers as in believers. Therefore ~ 19 2, 89 | movements of the sensuality in ~unbelievers, to be mortal sins. Secondly, 20 2, 89 | original sin, as it is in unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 21 2, 89 | mortal sin: ~and so sometimes unbelievers have venial together with 22 2, 1 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Unbelievers are in ignorance of things 23 2, 2 | that which can be said of unbelievers, cannot be called ~an act 24 2, 2 | called ~an act of faith. Now unbelievers can be said to believe in 25 2, 2 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Unbelievers cannot be said "to believe 26 2, 3 | causes a disturbance among ~unbelievers. Therefore it is not necessary 27 2, 3 | to check the attacks of ~unbelievers: but at other times it is 28 2, 3 | causes a disturbance among unbelievers, without any ~profit either 29 2, 3 | disregard the disturbance of unbelievers, and confess his faith in ~ 30 2, 10 | Whether every action of unbelievers is a sin?~(5) Of the species 31 2, 10 | dispute about faith with unbelievers?~(8) Whether they ought 32 2, 10 | with them?~(10) Whether unbelievers can have authority over 33 2, 10 | 11) Whether the rites of unbelievers should be tolerated?~(12) 34 2, 10 | Whether the children of unbelievers are to be baptized against ~ 35 2, 10 | first parent. If such like unbelievers are ~damned, it is on account 36 2, 10 | due to ~believers than to unbelievers, according to Heb. 10:29: " 37 2, 10 | says: "The whole ~life of unbelievers is a sin." Now the life 38 2, 10 | a sin." Now the life of unbelievers consists of ~their actions. 39 2, 10 | intention. Therefore, among unbelievers, no ~action can be good.~ 40 2, 10 | there is no act of faith in unbelievers, ~they can do no good work, 41 2, 10 | unbelief is a mortal sin, unbelievers are without grace ~indeed, 42 2, 10 | Consequently it is ~evident that unbelievers cannot do those good works 43 2, 10 | either that the life ~of unbelievers cannot be sinless, since 44 2, 10 | destroy natural reason in ~unbelievers, but that some knowledge 45 2, 10 | species of unbelief, because ~unbelievers follow many false opinions.~ 46 2, 10 | one ought to dispute with unbelievers in public?~Aquin.: SMT SS 47 2, 10 | ought not to dispute with unbelievers in ~public. For the Apostle 48 2, 10 | impossible to dispute with unbelievers publicly without contending 49 2, 10 | to dispute publicly with unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 50 2, 10 | provoked and molested by unbelievers, for instance, Jews or heretics, 51 2, 10 | countries where there ~are not unbelievers. In the first case it is 52 2, 10 | strengthened in the faith, and unbelievers are deprived of the ~opportunity 53 2, 10 | expedient for them to hear what unbelievers have ~to say against the 54 2, 10 | sometimes to dispute with unbelievers, sometimes by defending 55 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unbelievers ought to be compelled to 56 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that unbelievers ought by no means to be 57 2, 10 | that for the same reason unbelievers ought not to be ~compelled 58 2, 10 | manner, neither ~should unbelievers be compelled to the faith. ~ 59 2, 10 | Therefore it seems that unbelievers ought ~not to be compelled 60 2, 10 | we should not even wish unbelievers to be put to ~death.~Aquin.: 61 2, 10 | 1/2~I answer that, Among unbelievers there are some who have 62 2, 10 | faithful ~often wage war with unbelievers, not indeed for the purpose 63 2, 10 | the other hand, there are unbelievers who at some time have accepted ~ 64 2, 10 | lawful to communicate with unbelievers?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 65 2, 10 | lawful to communicate with unbelievers. ~For the Apostle says ( 66 2, 10 | lawful to communicate with unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 67 2, 10 | them that are without?" Now unbelievers are without. When, ~therefore, 68 2, 10 | forbidden to communicate with ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 69 2, 10 | Now Christians can have unbelievers, either Jews, or ~pagans, 70 2, 10 | faithful to ~communicate with unbelievers, who have not in any way 71 2, 10 | to communicate with those unbelievers who ~have forsaken the faith 72 2, 10 | their ~communicating with unbelievers will lead to the conversion 73 2, 10 | forbidden to communicate with unbelievers who have not received ~the 74 2, 10 | forbidden to communicate with unbelievers, and ~especially to be on 75 2, 10 | exercise judgment against unbelievers ~in the point of inflicting 76 2, 10 | communication with certain unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 77 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unbelievers may have authority or dominion 78 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that unbelievers may have authority or dominion ~ 79 2, 10 | clear that he is speaking of unbelievers, since he adds ~(1 Tim. 80 2, 10 | apostolic ~teaching unless unbelievers could have authority over 81 2, 10 | Therefore it seems that unbelievers can have authority over 82 2, 10 | an unbeliever. Therefore unbelievers can have ~authority over 83 2, 10 | unbeliever's farm. Therefore ~unbelievers may have authority over 84 2, 10 | whom they are placed. But unbelievers cannot pronounce ~judgment 85 2, 10 | before the unjust," ~i.e. unbelievers, "and not before the saints?" 86 2, 10 | Therefore it seems that ~unbelievers cannot have authority over 87 2, 10 | dominion or authority of unbelievers over the faithful as ~of 88 2, 10 | of great virtue: moreover unbelievers ~hold the faith in contempt, 89 2, 10 | Church altogether forbids unbelievers to acquire dominion over ~ 90 2, 10 | distinction between faithful and unbelievers arises ~from the Divine 91 2, 10 | distinction between faithful and unbelievers, considered in itself, ~ 92 2, 10 | dominion and authority of unbelievers over the ~faithful.~Aquin.: 93 2, 10 | authority of ~God: since unbelievers in virtue of their unbelief 94 2, 10 | sometimes not. For among those ~unbelievers who are subject, even in 95 2, 10 | applied the above law to those unbelievers who are not ~subject to 96 2, 10 | distinction of ~faithful from unbelievers. Hence it was not cancelled 97 2, 10 | would be more dangerous for unbelievers to have dominion or authority ~ 98 2, 10 | 1/1~Whether the rites of unbelievers ought to be tolerated?~Aquin.: 99 2, 10 | would seem that rites of unbelievers ought not to be ~tolerated. 100 2, 10 | For it is evident that unbelievers sin in observing their ~ 101 2, 10 | neither ought the rites ~of unbelievers to be tolerated.~Aquin.: 102 2, 10 | with lust." Hence, though unbelievers sin in their rites, they ~ 103 2, 10 | hand, the rites of other unbelievers, which are neither ~truthful 104 2, 10 | heretics and pagans, ~when unbelievers were very numerous.~Aquin.: 105 2, 10 | children of Jews and other unbelievers ought to be baptized ~against 106 2, 10 | children of Jews and of other unbelievers ~ought to be baptized against 107 2, 10 | children of Jews and other unbelievers ~are in danger of everlasting 108 2, 10 | salvation for the children of unbelievers is the duty ~of their parents. 109 2, 11 | ad 1), when treating of ~unbelievers in general.~Aquin.: SMT 110 2, 11 | kind of unbelief. Now other unbelievers who ~wish to be converted 111 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 3: When other unbelievers, who have never received 112 2, 12 | distinction between believers ~and unbelievers is of Divine right, which 113 2, 12 | not a question of those ~unbelievers who have never received 114 2, 22 | says (1 Tim. 1:5). Now, in ~unbelievers, there can be true chastity, 115 2, 29 | when we ~pray for all, for unbelievers as well as for the faithful.~ 116 2, 38 | concealed, ~especially from unbelievers, lest they deride it, according 117 2, 64 | his. Now the ~things which unbelievers have are not theirs, for 118 2, 64 | that one may lawfully ~rob unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 119 2, 64 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Unbelievers possess their goods unjustly 120 2, 67 | those who went to law before unbelievers (1 Cor. ~6:6).~Aquin.: SMT 121 2, 68 | of his, as in the case of unbelievers and persons ~of evil repute, 122 2, 69 | persons of ill ~repute, unbelievers, and those who have been 123 2, 69 | persons of ill-repute and ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 124 2, 92 | superstition. Just as heretics are unbelievers, so are idolaters. But ~ 125 2, 95 | might be made manifest to unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 126 2, 97 | people, for instance that ~unbelievers should be put in authority 127 2, 149 | Further, there is no virtue in unbelievers. Yet some unbelievers ~are 128 2, 149 | in unbelievers. Yet some unbelievers ~are chaste. Therefore chastity 129 2, 149 | Whence he argues that in ~unbelievers there is neither true chastity, 130 2, 172 | wrought on a whole nation of unbelievers. Wherefore it ~is written ( 131 2, 174 | especially as they were sent to ~unbelievers. Consequently it was necessary, 132 2, 174 | 14:7-14). Thirdly, as to unbelievers for whose especial benefit 133 2, 186 | being unable to cope with unbelievers in certain ~countries.~Aquin.: 134 3, 22 | in His sacrifice, such as unbelievers, for ~whose sins we pray 135 3, 29 | He should be rejected by unbelievers as illegitimate: ~wherefore 136 3, 42 | only the faithful, but even unbelievers, ~according to 1 Cor. 10: 137 3, 42 | should say in the ~midst of unbelievers, by openly believing and 138 3, 43 | that signs are given "to unbelievers," viz. that they may be ~ 139 3, 43 | to ~work miracles among unbelievers. Wherefore it is said farther 140 3, 44 | neither did He convert any unbelievers to the faith mightily, ~ 141 3, 46 | cleavage ~between believers and unbelievers, the multitude is divided 142 3, 52 | said." But it is clear the unbelievers were in the hell ~of the 143 3, 52 | them who formerly were unbelievers, and who were shut up in ~ 144 3, 52 | not in order to convert ~unbelievers unto belief, but to put 145 3, 56 | and charity, because even unbelievers and ~sinners shall rise 146 3, 67 | children are brought up among ~unbelievers. But if they are brought 147 3, 68 | the latter are sometimes unbelievers, ~and their unbelief would 148 3, 68 | salvation if their parents be ~unbelievers, because, as Augustine says, 149 3, 68 | children of Jews or other unbelievers be baptized against the ~ 150 3, 68 | children of Jews or other unbelievers should be ~baptized against 151 3, 68 | rescuing the children of unbelievers from the danger of eternal ~ 152 3, 68 | But Jews and all other unbelievers are the slaves of kings ~ 153 3, 68 | of other slaves who are unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 154 3, 68 | unjust if the children of unbelievers are taken away from their ~ 155 3, 68 | answer that, The children of unbelievers either have the use of reason ~ 156 3, 68 | baptize the children of ~unbelievers; for they would be liable 157 3, 68 | baptize the children of unbelievers against their ~parents' 158 3, 70 | off from the ~society of unbelievers, in accordance with the 159 3, 70 | united together apart ~from unbelievers for the worship of one God. 160 3, 72 | not ~distinguished from unbelievers by the sacrament of Confirmation, 161 3, 72 | distinctive sign, not ~between unbelievers and believers, but between 162 3, 75 | sacrament might be derided by ~unbelievers, if we were to eat our Lord 163 3, 80 | 78], A[3], ad 6). But as unbelievers lack ~faith, so all sinners 164 3, 80 | sinners lack charity. Now unbelievers do not seem to be ~capable 165 3, 83 | because pagans and other unbelievers are not ~members of the 166 3, 83 | church in which the bodies of unbelievers are ~buried, but if it seem 167 3, 83 | Nevertheless catechumens and unbelievers are not excluded ~therefrom. 168 Suppl, 21| 1: Prayers are said for unbelievers, but they do not receive ~ 169 Suppl, 22| of heathens and of other ~unbelievers who have no (sacramental) 170 Suppl, 23| intention of correcting unbelievers as ~well as the faithful 171 Suppl, 23| from the fellowship of unbelievers, as ~she does from the communion 172 Suppl, 37| For some are ~absolute unbelievers and unwilling to believe; 173 Suppl, 52| instance if he be sold to ~unbelievers, or if her master be unwilling, 174 Suppl, 59| there is marriage between unbelievers?~(3) Whether a husband being 175 Suppl, 59| allowable to marry with certain ~unbelievers, and forbidden with others. 176 Suppl, 59| permitted in regard to other unbelievers, ~especially when there 177 Suppl, 59| Moses, and Esther married unbelievers. But ~under the New Law 178 Suppl, 59| with equal reason to all unbelievers. Hence disparity ~of worship 179 Suppl, 59| can be marriage between unbelievers?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 180 Suppl, 59| can be no marriage between unbelievers. ~For matrimony is a sacrament 181 Suppl, 59| the sacraments. Therefore unbelievers, since they are not baptized, ~ 182 Suppl, 59| be no ~marriage between unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 183 Suppl, 59| can there be between two unbelievers, for instance if ~one be 184 Suppl, 59| marriage at least between unbelievers of different worship.~Aquin.: 185 Suppl, 59| marriage contracted between unbelievers cannot do this, since "the 186 Suppl, 59| since "the whole ~life of unbelievers is a sin," as a gloss observes 187 Suppl, 59| no true marriage between ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 188 Suppl, 59| Therefore marriage between unbelievers is a true marriage.~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 59| existence of marriage between unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 190 Suppl, 59| perfection can ~be common to unbelievers and believers, while the 191 Suppl, 59| it follows that between unbelievers there is marriage indeed, ~ 192 Suppl, 59| marriage is not competent ~to unbelievers, as a sacrament dependent 193 Suppl, 59| the case when both are ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 194 Suppl, 59| there is marriage between ~unbelievers, in so far as marriage fulfills 195 Suppl, 59| therefore if any law among unbelievers forbid the contracting ~ 196 Suppl, 59| contracting ~of marriage with unbelievers of a different rite, the 197 Suppl, 59| chastity and other virtues of unbelievers are said not ~to be real, 198 Suppl, 59| reason why the whole life of unbelievers is said to ~be a sin is 199 Suppl, 59| than one contracted between unbelievers. Now, if believers marry 200 Suppl, 59| Therefore ~the same applies to unbelievers, and thus a believing husband 201 Suppl, 59| marriage when they were both unbelievers. Therefore ~when one of 202 Suppl, 59| is true marriage between ~unbelievers, as stated above (A[2], 203 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 3: Non-baptized unbelievers are not bound by the laws 204 Suppl, 59| of the Divine law. Hence ~unbelievers who have married within 205 Suppl, 59| natural law by ~which even unbelievers are bound. Wherefore an 206 Suppl, 59| marriage between them as unbelievers. Therefore their ~marriage 207 Suppl, 59| A[2]), the marriage of unbelievers is ~imperfect, whereas the 208 Suppl, 59| Therefore the marriage of unbelievers is not altogether firm and ~ 209 Suppl, 69| himself from the body of unbelievers, and to ~receive a special 210 Suppl, 72| wicked who are altogether ~unbelievers, who will not rise again 211 Suppl, 85| which will not be said to ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 212 Suppl, 86| But if ~the wicked denote unbelievers, the sense is that they 213 Suppl, 86| is certain in the case of unbelievers, so is it in the case of ~ 214 Suppl, 86| not address ~Himself to unbelievers." If therefore He were to 215 Suppl, 86| about to be condemned, the unbelievers would reap a benefit ~from 216 Suppl, 86| only believers. Because in unbelievers the ~foundation of faith 217 Suppl, 86| of their merits; whereas unbelievers will be condemned as ~foes, 218 Suppl, 86| be ~impossible to find in unbelievers, since "without faith it 219 Suppl, 96| holding that all men, even unbelievers, are at ~length set free


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