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pactum (pactio)

pact or covenant

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pactum salutis

covenant of redemption

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paedagogus ad Christum

guide to Christ

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paenitentia

penitence, penance, repentance, or contrition

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paideia (παιδεία)

teaching, instruction, discipline, or correction, especially of children

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panarmonikos (παναρμόνικος)

complex; embracing a vast array of things

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parabasis (παράβασις)

sin considered as a transgression against or violation of the law

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paradeigma (παράδειγμα)

paradigm; idea; concept

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paradisio

paradise

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parangelia (παραγγελία)

a command or advisement

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paraphysica (παραφυσικά)

beside (or beyond) the physical

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paraptōma (παράπτωμα)

transgression

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parousia (παρουσία)

parousia, advent

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pars providentiae

a part of providence

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partes animae

parts of the soul

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particulae distinctivae

distinctive particles or units of speech

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particulae exclusivae

exclusive particles

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partim

partly

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passio

passion

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passiones

passions, emotions

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patefactio

disclosure, manifestation, a making known

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pater

father

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paternitas

paternity

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pathemata (παθήματα)

passions, emotions

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pathetikos (παθητικῶς)

subject to passions or suffering; passible

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patientia

patience

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peccata

sins

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peccata clamantia

sins that cry out

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peccata enormia

unusually great sins

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peccata mortalia

mortal sins

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peccata venialia

venial sins

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peccatum actuale

actual sin

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peccatum habituale acquisitum

an acquired sinful disposition or an acquired disposition to sin

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peccatum in Spiritum Sanctum

sin against the Holy Spirit

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peccatum inhaerens

inherent sin

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peccatum originale

original sin

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per consequentiam

by consequence

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per se

by or through itself

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perfectio

perfection

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perfectio essentialis

essential perfection

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perfectio integralis

integral perfection

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perichōrēsis (περιχώρησις)

circumincession or coinherence

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permissio

permission

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permissio efficax

effective permission or willing permission

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perseverantia (sanctorum)

perseverance (of the saints)

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persona

person

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persona Christi

the person of Christ

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persona composita

composite person

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persona Deitatis

person of the Deity

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persona divina

divine person

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persona publica

public or representative person

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personalis unio

personal union

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personaliter

personally or hypostatically

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perspicuitas

perspicuity, clarity of thought, lucidity

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petitio principii

begging the question

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Philosophus

the Philosopher (Aristotle)

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physikē (φυσική)

natural, physical, according to nature

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physis (φύσις)

nature

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piaculum

an expiation or expiatory sacrifice

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pietas

piety

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pignus

pledge or assurance

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plena possessio

full possession