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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | attributed to mercy, as the justification of the ~ungodly; and others 2 1, 21 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~In the justification of the ungodly, justice 3 1, 45 | reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification of the sinner to "mercy" 4 1, 46 | reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification of the sinner to "mercy" 5 1, 104 | and of souls, and the justification of the unrighteous, are 6 1, 104 | OBJ 1: Creation, and the justification of the unrighteous, though ~ 7 2, 98 | own Son . . . ~that the justification of the Law might be fulfilled 8 2, 100 | of the Old Law is ~called justification, according to Ps. 118:8: " 9 2, 100 | Thy ~justifications." But justification is the execution of justice. 10 2, 100 | virtues, has the character of ~justification, inasmuch as it is just 11 2, 100 | the Law was a cause of ~justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 12 2, 100 | of the Law was a cause of justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 13 2, 100 | safeguard of health; so justification means first and properly 14 2, 100 | 2/3~But if we speak of justification properly so called, then 15 2, 100 | act: so that ~accordingly justification may be taken in two ways. 16 2, 100 | so that in this sense ~justification is nothing else than the 17 2, 100 | If, on the other hand, by justification we understand the execution 18 2, 100 | OBJ 1: The Apostle takes justification for the execution of ~justice.~ 19 2, 103 | Old Law had any ~power of justification?~(3) Whether they ceased 20 2, 103 | Old Law had any ~power of justification?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 21 2, 103 | Old Law had the power of ~justification at the time of the Law. 22 2, 103 | consecration pertains to justification. But it is written (Ex. 23 2, 103 | Old Law had the power ~of justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 24 2, 103 | pleases God pertains to justification, ~according to Ps. 10:8: " 25 2, 103 | Old Law had the power of ~justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 26 2, 103 | ceremonies had no power of justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 27 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, justification is an effect proper to God, 28 2, 106 | sin in the flesh, that the justification of the Law might be ~fulfilled 29 2, 107 | of the Old Law ~was the justification of men. The Law, however, 30 2, 107 | in the flesh, that ~the justification of the Law might be fulfilled 31 2, 109 | light of justice." ~But justification is by grace, according to 32 2, 111 | he may ~cooperate in the justification of another, it is not called 33 2, 111 | assuredly brings ~about justification. But not only grace works 34 2, 111 | justified we consent to God's justification [justitiae] by a ~movement 35 2, 113 | effect of grace; (1) the justification of ~the ungodly, which is 36 2, 113 | inquiry:~(1) What is the justification of the ungodly?~(2) Whether 37 2, 113 | foregoing?~(7) Whether the justification of the ungodly is a work 38 2, 113 | the things concurring to justification;~(9) Whether the justification 39 2, 113 | justification;~(9) Whether the justification of the ungodly is God's 40 2, 113 | greatest work?~(10) Whether the justification of the ungodly is miraculous?~ 41 2, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the justification of the ungodly is the remission 42 2, 113 | It would seem that the justification of the ungodly is not the ~ 43 2, 113 | above (Q[71], A[1]). Now justification signifies ~a certain movement 44 2, 113 | even remission of sin ~is justification, since movement is from 45 2, 113 | also justified." Therefore justification is ~not the remission of 46 2, 113 | the remission ~of sins is justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 47 2, 113 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Justification taken passively implies 48 2, 113 | privation to form; and thus ~justification may belong even to such 49 2, 113 | contrary to the other, and thus justification implies a ~transmutation 50 2, 113 | are now speaking of the justification of the ~ungodly, according 51 2, 113 | whereto," and is called "justification of the ~ungodly."~Aquin.: 52 2, 113 | of ~any sin is called the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 53 2, 113 | of guilt, ~i.e. for the justification of the ungodly?~Aquin.: 54 2, 113 | of guilt, which is the ~justification of the ungodly, no infusion 55 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Whether for the justification of the ungodly is required 56 2, 113 | free-will is required for ~the justification of the ungodly. For we see 57 2, 113 | 1/1~I answer that, The justification of the ungodly is brought 58 2, 113 | faith is required for the justification of the ~ungodly?~Aquin.: 59 2, 113 | faith is required for the ~justification of the ungodly. For as a 60 2, 113 | no more ~required for the justification of the ungodly, than the 61 2, 113 | of faith is required for justification only ~inasmuch as a man 62 2, 113 | faith is required for the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 63 2, 113 | faith is required for the justification of the ungodly, it would ~ 64 2, 113 | is not required ~for the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 65 2, 113 | free-will is ~required for the justification of the ungodly, inasmuch 66 2, 113 | to ~life." Hence for the justification of the ungodly a movement 67 2, 113 | faith is required for the justification ~of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 68 2, 113 | by charity; hence in the justification of the ungodly, a movement 69 2, 113 | it, and thus it follows justification; or by way of preparation, ~ 70 2, 113 | thus it can either precede ~justification, or concur with the other 71 2, 113 | the other virtues towards justification, ~inasmuch as mercy is included 72 2, 113 | beatitude and the cause of justification. Hence ~such knowledge does 73 2, 113 | knowledge does not suffice for justification. But the gift of wisdom ~ 74 2, 113 | it is clear that in ~the justification of the ungodly an act of 75 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Whether for the justification of the ungodly there is 76 2, 113 | sin is ~required for the justification of the ungodly. For charity 77 2, 113 | sin. Therefore for this justification of ~the ungodly no movement 78 2, 113 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the justification of the ungodly one sin is 79 2, 113 | Poenit.]. Hence, in the ~justification of the ungodly, if man's 80 2, 113 | forgotten. Hence ~for the justification of the ungodly no movement 81 2, 113 | stated above (A[1]), the justification of the ungodly ~is a certain 82 2, 113 | are ~afraid." Hence in the justification of the ungodly there must 83 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: Previous to justification a man must detest each sin 84 2, 113 | movement cooperates in his justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 85 2, 113 | the things ~required for justification?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 86 2, 113 | the things required for justification. For the substance of a ~ 87 2, 113 | body and soul. But the ~justification of the ungodly is itself 88 2, 113 | things required for the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 89 2, 113 | things required for the justification of the ~ungodly.~Aquin.: 90 2, 113 | of sins is the end of the justification of the ungodly; for it ~ 91 2, 113 | the things required for justification.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 92 2, 113 | to be necessary ~for the justification of the ungodly, viz. the 93 2, 113 | stated above (A[1]), the justification of the ungodly is a ~movement 94 2, 113 | sins; for in this is the justification of the ungodly completed.~ 95 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The justification of the ungodly is called 96 2, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the justification of the ungodly takes place 97 2, 113 | It would seem that the justification of the ungodly does not 98 2, 113 | stated (A[3]), ~for the justification of the ungodly, there is 99 2, 113 | implies ~succession, the justification of the ungodly would seem 100 2, 113 | Hence, since for the ~justification of the ungodly there is 101 2, 113 | seem impossible for the justification of the ungodly to be in 102 2, 113 | grace is ~required for the justification of the ungodly, it would 103 2, 113 | it would seem that the ~justification of the ungodly cannot be 104 2, 113 | movement, which cooperates in ~justification, is meritorious; and hence 105 2, 113 | and ~to detest sin. Hence justification is not all at once.~Aquin.: 106 2, 113 | Phys. vi, 1). Therefore the justification ~of the ungodly takes place 107 2, 113 | 1/1~On the contrary, The justification of the ungodly is caused 108 2, 113 | tardy efforts." Hence the ~justification of the ungodly is not successive, 109 2, 113 | answer that, The entire justification of the ungodly consists 110 2, 113 | instantaneous. ~Therefore the justification of the ungodly by God takes 111 2, 113 | free-will, which concurs in the ~justification of the ungodly, is a consent 112 2, 113 | not of the substance of ~justification, but a way of justification; 113 2, 113 | justification, but a way of justification; as local movement is a 114 2, 113 | to cling. Hence in the ~justification of the ungodly the free-will 115 2, 113 | instantaneous. Hence the ~justification of the ungodly must not 116 2, 113 | things ~required for the justification of the ungodly?~Aquin.: 117 2, 113 | required first for the justification of the ungodly. For we withdraw 118 2, 113 | whatever is required for the ~justification of the ungodly, as stated 119 2, 113 | things required for the justification ~of the ungodly are simultaneous 120 2, 113 | simultaneous in time, since the justification of the ~ungodly is not successive, 121 2, 113 | natural order the first in the justification of the ungodly is the ~infusion 122 2, 113 | that the term "whence" ~of justification is sin; and the term "whereto" 123 2, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the justification of the ungodly is God's 124 2, 113 | It would seem that the justification of the ungodly is not God' 125 2, 113 | greatest work. For it is by the justification of the ungodly that we ~ 126 2, 113 | a ~greater work than the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 127 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the justification of the ungodly is ordained 128 2, 113 | a greater work than the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: 129 2, 113 | with the agent; but ~in the justification of the ungodly God makes 130 2, 113 | above (A[3]). Hence ~the justification of the ungodly is not God' 131 2, 113 | what is made, and thus the justification of ~the ungodly, which terminates 132 2, 113 | shall pass away, but the ~justification of the ungodly shall endure."~ 133 2, 113 | just is greater than the justification of the ~ungodly. Secondly, 134 2, 113 | who by the fact of their justification are worthy of glory. Hence ~ 135 2, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the justification of the ungodly is a miraculous 136 2, 113 | It would seem that the justification of the ungodly is a ~miraculous 137 2, 113 | non-miraculous. ~Now the justification of the ungodly is greater 138 2, 113 | Augustine (A[9]). Hence the ~justification of the ungodly is a miraculous 139 2, 113 | it would seem that the justification of the ungodly is ~miraculous.~ 140 2, 113 | natural power. Now the ~justification of the ungodly is not beyond 141 2, 113 | faithful." Therefore the ~justification of the ungodly is not miraculous.~ 142 2, 113 | 7]). And thus both the ~justification of the ungodly and the creation 143 2, 113 | such a body. ~And thus the justification of the ungodly is not miraculous, 144 2, 113 | perfect ~health; and thus the justification of the ungodly is sometimes 145 2, 113 | common and wonted course of justification is ~that God moves the soul 146 2, 113 | they are less than the ~justification of the ungodly, as regards 147 2, 113 | can heat water. Hence the justification of the ~ungodly by God is 148 2, 114 | clxxxvi), "faith merits justification." ~Now a man is justified 149 2, 114 | speaks of faith as meriting ~justification. But if we suppose, as indeed 150 2, 114 | believing, were to merit ~justification, but that, he believes, 151 2, 114 | faith is required for the justification of the ~ungodly, as stated 152 2, 4 | is always working man's ~justification, even as the sun is always 153 2, 56 | we were treating of ~the justification of the ungodly. Now this 154 2, 78 | that ~it is a "voluntary justification," because by his own free 155 3, 1 | is of many ~offenses unto justification."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[ 156 3, 3 | was more fitting to man's justification ~that the Son should become 157 3, 5 | Incarnation, which is the ~justification of man from sin. For the 158 3, 8 | subject, is the reason of the ~justification of others, which pertains 159 3, 19 | of one, unto all men ~to justification of life." But Adam's demerits 160 3, 21 | He ~rose again for our justification." Consequently the prayer 161 3, 37 | 4:4,5), ~and that the "justification of the Law might be" spiritually " 162 3, 43 | but the salvation and justification of the predestinate shall ~ 163 3, 43 | Christ in the work of his justification? . . . let him, who can, ~ 164 3, 46 | right being saved by the justification of faith." ~Fourthly, because, 165 3, 47 | was in keeping with human ~justification, that "as by the disobedience 166 3, 52 | spirit liveth, because of ~justification."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 167 3, 53 | and rose again for our justification."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 168 3, 55 | He rose again for our ~justification." But what belongs to the 169 3, 56 | Whether it is the cause of our justification?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 170 3, 56 | He rose again for our ~justification," which is nothing else 171 3, 56 | which is the ~effect of justification; but the resurrection of 172 3, 56 | Two things concur in the justification of souls, namely, ~forgiveness 173 3, 56 | of Christ is the cause of justification as to both the ~above. But 174 3, 56 | and rose again for our justification." ~But Christ's Passion 175 3, 62 | are ordained unto man's justification, ~according to 1 Cor. 6: 176 3, 62 | you are justified." Now ~justification is ascribed to the Resurrection, 177 3, 62 | Who) rose again for our justification." Therefore it seems that 178 3, 62 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Justification is ascribed to the Resurrection 179 3, 62 | reasonably derive the power of justification from Christ's ~Passion, 180 3, 64 | of all the sacraments is justification, it seems ~that God alone 181 3, 64 | nature, is ~the cause of justification, both meritoriously and 182 3, 64 | Since, therefore, the justification of the ungodly is effected 183 3, 64 | the ultimate effect, i.e. justification ~from sins; but as to that 184 3, 66 | sacramental sign ~of the inward justification: and this last is the reality 185 3, 66 | only - i.e. the inward ~justification - remain: the character 186 3, 66 | above (Q[63], A[5]); the justification remains, but can be lost. ~ 187 3, 66 | of ~one, unto all men to justification of life."~Aquin.: SMT TP 188 3, 68 | one, ~unto all men unto justification of life." But for this end 189 3, 68 | spirit liveth because of justification." ~Wherefore Augustine ( 190 3, 68 | employ Baptism as a means of justification.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 191 3, 69 | of many offenses, ~unto justification." Wherefore Augustine says 192 3, 69 | co-operate with Christ unto its justification: ~indeed at times it does 193 3, 70 | faith alone ~sufficed for justification; hence Gregory says (Moral. 194 3, 72 | effect of Baptism, which is justification, so the sacrament of ~Confirmation 195 3, 85 | co-operating with ~God for his justification.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 196 3, 85 | Q[113], AA[7],8, in the justification of the ungodly, ~the movement 197 3, 85 | act is the first in the ~justification of the ungodly; whereas 198 3, 85 | time as it: because, in the justification of the ungodly, at the ~ 199 3, 86 | of operating grace is the justification of the ~ungodly (as stated 200 3, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the justification of the ungodly there is 201 3, 89 | of the free-will, in the justification of the ungodly, is ~the 202 Suppl, 2 | unless he be justified. But ~justification requires contrition, as 203 Suppl, 2 | movement of contrition in justification is ~instantaneous: whereas 204 Suppl, 3 | together, as in the act of justification. Such contrition ~arises 205 Suppl, 5 | necessary condition for justification, and ~a disposition is reduced 206 Suppl, 14| Moreover Baptism confers justification ~in virtue of the deed [ 207 Suppl, 73| resurrection which is by ~justification. But Christ's resurrection 208 Suppl, 73| resurrection is the cause of our ~justification, as appears from Rm. 4:25, 209 Suppl, 73| He "rose ~again for our justification." Therefore Christ's resurrection


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