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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | fact that some happen to doubt about articles of faith 2 1, 1 | might ~have been open to doubt had they been expressed 3 1, 18 | principles, which it cannot doubt; and ~the last end, which 4 1, 20 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: This doubt concerning Peter and John 5 1, 22 | to God, Who never has any doubt for which He ~should take 6 1, 25 | consists: for ~there may be doubt as to the precise meaning 7 1, 32 | 4): "I believe ~without doubt that probable and even necessary 8 1, 45 | 1/2~I answer that, The doubt on this subject arises from 9 1, 46 | footprint which without doubt was caused by him who trod 10 1, 61 | Faith holds this without doubt; and everything to the contrary ~ 11 1, 63 | 4~I answer that, Without doubt the angel sinned by seeking 12 1, 68 | we cannot for a moment doubt that they are there." As 13 1, 70 | Augustine leaves the matter in doubt, ~without committing himself 14 1, 76 | he seems to ~leave it in doubt whether it be "only logically" 15 1, 46 | 1/2~I answer that, The doubt on this subject arises from 16 1, 47 | footprint which without doubt was caused by him who trod 17 1, 62 | Faith holds this without doubt; and everything to the contrary ~ 18 1, 64 | 4~I answer that, Without doubt the angel sinned by seeking 19 1, 69 | we cannot for a moment doubt that they are there." As 20 1, 71 | Augustine leaves the matter in doubt, ~without committing himself 21 1, 75 | he seems to ~leave it in doubt whether it be "only logically" 22 1, 82 | Ethic. vi, 2) leaves ~it in doubt whether choice belongs principally 23 1, 83 | the patient." And without doubt, according ~to the above 24 1, 88 | Yet Augustine says this in doubt; and premises, "Let every 25 1, 92 | namely, the mind) without doubt was made to the image of ~ 26 1, 104 | causes, we ~cannot possibly doubt that God can move immediately 27 1, 111 | effects. Nor can anyone doubt that God can immediately 28 2, 14 | there happens sometimes a doubt as to the end ~and not only 29 2, 14 | as long as there is any doubt about it, it is not looked ~ 30 2, 14 | about things that admit of doubt; hence the ~process of inquiry, 31 2, 14 | something that admitted of doubt" [*Cicero, Topic. ad Trebat.]. ~ 32 2, 14 | human acts admits of no doubt, arises ~from a twofold 33 2, 14 | but in ~different ways, doubt may arise, just as when 34 2, 24 | counsel about matters of ~doubt, should be free from hatred, 35 2, 31 | intellectual knowledge; without doubt intellectual pleasures are ~ 36 2, 43 | qu. 33): "There can be no doubt ~that there is no cause 37 2, 55 | Moribus Eccl. vi): "No one can doubt ~that virtue makes the soul 38 2, 66 | in this way there is no doubt that in a man one ~virtue 39 2, 89 | experiment, and in the woman, by doubt, for she gave ~way to vainglory, 40 2, 91 | man may know without any doubt ~what he ought to do and 41 2, 96 | For if it be ~a matter of doubt, he must either act according 42 2, 98 | answer that, Without any doubt, the Old Law was good. For 43 2, 109 | human will) ~ought without doubt to be removed beyond all 44 2, 1 | this be accompanied by doubt or fear of the opposite 45 2, 2 | wherein it agrees with doubt, suspicion and opinion. 46 2, 2 | knowledge of God, free of doubt and uncertainty, it was 47 2, 2 | made this inquiry, not from doubt or ignorance but from ~devotion: 48 2, 4 | opinion, suspicion, and doubt, which do not make the intellect ~ 49 2, 4 | intellectual virtues. For doubt is opposed to certitude, 50 2, 4 | also wisdom are free of any doubt about ~their objects; whereas 51 2, 4 | sometimes suffer a movement of ~doubt, and doubt about matters 52 2, 4 | movement of ~doubt, and doubt about matters of faith. 53 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This doubt is not on the side of the 54 2, 5 | little faith, why didst thou ~doubt?" And to the woman he said ( 55 2, 10 | ought not to be a matter of doubt. ~Therefore one ought not 56 2, 10 | with arguments, without doubt he would sin, as being doubtful 57 2, 18 | unchangeable love, without doubt, if it is allowable to ~ 58 2, 26 | separately: and then, without doubt, the love of ~God is the 59 2, 28 | counsel about matters of doubt, should be free from . . . ~ 60 2, 49 | counsel, which implies ~doubt and research, and these 61 2, 50 | Further, counsel implies doubt, for it is absurd to take 62 2, 50 | Ethic. iii, 3). ~Now all doubt will cease in heaven. Therefore 63 2, 50 | pre-existing anxiety of doubt; whereas there is simple 64 2, 50 | in them any research of doubt, for ~they simply turn to 65 2, 50 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Doubt belongs to counsel according 66 2, 58 | is when a man ~begins to doubt of another's goodness from 67 2, 67 | Omnino puniendus): "Without doubt ~a man should be punished 68 2, 67 | consequently without any doubt ~he sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 68 | bound to obey, ~without doubt he is bound to give evidence 70 2, 68 | have the ~benefit of the doubt, because the judge ought 71 2, 68 | and he should ~confess his doubt in doubtful terms, and that 72 2, 69 | an unjust cause, ~without doubt he sins grievously, and 73 2, 81 | therefore without any ~doubt we receive what we ask for, 74 2, 86 | a man find that without doubt he is ~seriously burdened 75 2, 86 | giving rise, at least, to doubt, he could ~hold to the prelate' 76 2, 87 | save because there is a doubt about it. Now it derogates ~ 77 2, 87 | dignity that one should doubt about the truth of what 78 2, 93 | observance of ~shadows. I doubt not that all these things 79 2, 93 | divine will when a man is in doubt."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 80 2, 95 | proceeds from some ignorance or doubt, either in the ~tempter ( 81 2, 95 | to be ignorant ~of or to doubt that which pertains to God' 82 2, 95 | this it is not lawful to doubt or to prove ~whether God' 83 2, 95 | stated above (A[2]). Now doubt about God comes under the 84 2, 95 | reverence that one should doubt the divine excellence ~than 85 2, 95 | in his error, than if he doubt ~the truth of faith, so, 86 2, 95 | than if he expresses a doubt. Now the superstitious man ~ 87 2, 95 | words or deeds expresses a doubt of the divine excellence, ~ 88 2, 97 | sovereign's decision, and doubt whether the person chosen 89 2, 108 | Contra Mend. x): "Let no one doubt that ~it is a lie to tell 90 2, 118 | Constitutions under Law v: "Without doubt he transgresses the law 91 2, 122 | the baptism of Christ will doubt of your being crowned in ~ 92 2, 131 | judged strictly, ~without doubt their guilt is proportionate 93 2, 150 | says (1 Cor. 7:34). Without doubt therefore virginity is ~ 94 2, 151 | acts. Wherefore without any doubt lust is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 95 2, 152 | answer that, Without any doubt we must hold simple fornication 96 2, 156 | to this ~desire, without doubt it will be a mortal sin.~ 97 2, 156 | reason: and thus without ~doubt lack of anger is a sin. 98 2, 167 | is a lying counterfeit. I doubt whether ~even their husbands 99 2, 174 | Consequently, although without any doubt He ~possessed most perfectly 100 2, 178 | returning to heaven, without doubt he could only see such things 101 2, 183 | divine worship, without doubt he is an ~unfaithful dispenser, 102 2, 185 | their hands, and yet without doubt ~they live on alms. Wherefore 103 2, 187 | And if there be a probable doubt about this, one should ask ~ 104 2, 187 | required in ~great matters of doubt, as the Philosopher says ( 105 2, 187 | is a greater good, and to doubt about ~this is to disparage 106 2, 187 | again there is no room for ~doubt about the entrance to religion, 107 2, 187 | to matters admitting of doubt whether the spirits be of 108 2, 187 | already in religion may doubt whether he who offers himself 109 2, 187 | religion there can be no doubt but that the ~purpose of 110 2, 187 | alluring me to come ~and doubt not, and stretching forth 111 3, 5 | wisdom, nor have I any doubt that He is most loving; 112 3, 5 | Firmly hold and nowise doubt that Christ the Son of God 113 3, 6 | firmly hold, and nowise doubt that the flesh ~of Christ 114 3, 11 | that counsel which is with doubt; ~and consequently choice, 115 3, 15 | Therefore no one should doubt but that in Christ there 116 3, 16 | things of which we may doubt whether they ~belong to 117 3, 16 | things of which we may ~doubt to what nature they belong, 118 3, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: There can be no doubt how the birth from the Virgin 119 3, 18 | far as he ~considers that doubt is implied in the word choice. 120 3, 18 | word choice. Nevertheless doubt is ~not necessary to choice, 121 3, 18 | although in God there is no doubt. Yet doubt is accidental 122 3, 18 | God there is no doubt. Yet doubt is accidental to ~choice 123 3, 18 | done, without any preceding doubt or inquiry, ~this suffices 124 3, 18 | Therefore it is plain that doubt or inquiry ~belong to choice 125 3, 26 | Duns Scotus (1308)]. No doubt he knew something of it, ~ 126 3, 27 | troubled with wondering doubt at the death of our Lord." 127 3, 27 | death of our Lord." But doubt in ~matters of faith is 128 3, 27 | Therefore there can be no doubt that God, by His grace, 129 3, 27 | take the sword to signify doubt. But this is to be ~understood 130 3, 27 | to be ~understood of the doubt, not of unbelief, but of 131 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 3: There is no doubt that the Blessed Virgin 132 3, 28 | answer that, Without any doubt whatever we must assert 133 3, 28 | indicated "of which we might doubt if they had not ~been written 134 3, 29 | preferred that men ~should doubt of His origin rather than 135 3, 30 | what one ~believes without doubt. Therefore the Blessed Virgin 136 3, 30 | things which admit of no ~doubt; and premised where doubt 137 3, 30 | doubt; and premised where doubt is possible. But the angel 138 3, 30 | announced what the virgin might doubt, and which, because of her ~ 139 3, 30 | and which, because of her ~doubt, would make her ask: "How 140 3, 30 | Blessed ~Virgin did not doubt the angel's words. For he 141 3, 30 | knows this. She does not doubt fulfilment when she asks ~ 142 3, 30 | Test. qu. li): "To Mary, in doubt about the conception, ~the 143 3, 30 | possibility thereof." But such a doubt is one of ~wonder rather 144 3, 33 | Hold steadfastly, and doubt not for a moment that Christ' 145 3, 35 | may be ~begotten. Without doubt, when this soul reaches 146 3, 36 | nature would have come ~into doubt. Whence Augustine says ( 147 3, 44 | Polycarp): "Without any doubt we saw the moon ~encroach 148 3, 52 | a benefit. Yet I do not ~doubt that Christ went into hell, 149 3, 55 | a ~certain confusion of doubt or error: "for, the sensual 150 3, 55 | of what is a matter of doubt" [*Tully, Topic. ii]: and 151 3, 64 | no one should act when in doubt, for thus ~man would be 152 3, 64 | Consequently, there can be no doubt that the wicked sin by ~ 153 3, 64 | well assured and have no doubt whatever that those who ~ 154 3, 66 | But sometimes there ~is a doubt about the baptism of those 155 3, 66 | whose Baptism there is a doubt are to be baptized with 156 3, 68 | rebaptized. But if there be doubt about this, the form to 157 3, 73 | entertain the slightest ~doubt, that then every one of 158 3, 75 | There is no room for ~doubt regarding the truth of Christ' 159 3, 75 | up for you," Cyril says: "Doubt not ~whether this be true; 160 3, 77 | Christ. Hence there is no doubt but that they can change 161 3, 80 | food, should there be any ~doubt as to their danger, lest 162 3, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: Without any doubt Judas did not receive Christ' 163 3, 82 | this respect there is no doubt but that the ~mass of the 164 3, 82 | priest whom he knows without doubt to have a concubine." Moreover, ~ 165 3, 84 | away, since there is no doubt ~that remission of sins 166 Suppl, 6 | so long as he remains in doubt, because he sins ~mortally 167 Suppl, 18| penitent has no cause to doubt about his ~previous absolution; 168 Suppl, 18| for he might just as well doubt after the second as ~after 169 Suppl, 23| him: and then, without any doubt, whoever communicates with 170 Suppl, 29| remission of sins, there is no doubt that it ~possesses an enlightening 171 Suppl, 36| office in mortal sin, without doubt does so ~unworthily. Hence 172 Suppl, 43| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This doubt is solved by either party 173 Suppl, 55| heard. otherwise without doubt he should be repulsed as 174 Suppl, 55| evidence concerning matters of doubt. Now evidence should be ~ 175 Suppl, 60| judgment; and thus there is no doubt that a husband, ~moved by 176 Suppl, 65| intercourse, ~there can be no doubt that simple fornication 177 Suppl, 69| iv, 25): "If there is no doubt that Christ is in ~heaven, 178 Suppl, 69| the places, there is no doubt that they are ~distinct, 179 Suppl, 69| of children, ~without any doubt, differ as to the quality 180 Suppl, 70| young man, he would, without doubt, ~see as well as a young 181 Suppl, 71| believe this ~without any doubt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 182 Suppl, 71| the living, without any doubt, profit those who ~are in 183 Suppl, 71| another, and there can be no doubt that thus they avail ~more 184 Suppl, 71| offered, then there is no doubt that general and special 185 Suppl, 72| says: ~"There can be no doubt that the transformation 186 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 2: The reason for doubt is expressed in the gloss, 187 Suppl, 78| are wiser, ~seemingly, who doubt not that both sexes will 188 Suppl, 83| this kind, without any doubt, will not be in the bodies 189 Suppl, 83| the dying feel, without doubt the damned will continue ~ 190 Suppl, 87| joy. For there can be no doubt that the wicked will know 191 Suppl, 89| at once and without any doubt or discourse ~(thus we see 192 Suppl, 92| 1~I answer that, Without doubt the blessed when they are 193 Suppl, 92| answer that, Without any doubt, whatever pertains to the 194 Suppl, 93| virginity. For without ~doubt they will rejoice in the 195 Suppl, 93| faith and ~survive, without doubt he merits the aureole: as 196 Suppl, 94| says (Dial. iv, 29): "I doubt not that the fire of ~hell 197 Suppl, 96| inconstancy of the flesh, without doubt he will ~be scourged, but 198 Appen1, 1| says: "Hold firmly and doubt not ~that children who depart


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