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appetitus inordinatus

inordinate appetite or desire

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appetitus perversus

a perverse or wrong desire

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appetitus rationalis

rational appetite, reasonable desire

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appetitus sensitivus

sensitive or sensible appetite

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applicatio salutis

application of salvation

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applicatio salutis a Christo acquisitae

application of the salvation acquired by Christ (synonymous with "ordo salutis" = order of salvation)

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apprehensio fiducialis

faithful apprehension

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apprehensio simplex

simple or basic apprehension

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arbitrium

choice, decision, judgment

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arbitrium liberatum

a liberated choice

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arbor scientiae boni et mali

tree of the knowledge of good and evil

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arbor vitae

tree of life

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archē (ἀρχή)

beginning, origin, first principle

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archetypos (ἀρχέτυπος)

archetype; pattern in the ultimate sense

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argumenta naturae

arguments from nature

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armilla aurea

a golden chain

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catena aurea

a golden chain

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articuli antecedentes / constituentes / consequentes

antecedent / constituent / consequent articles

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articuli fidei

articles of faith; the body of individual doctrines of the Christian faith

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articuli fundamentales

fundamental articles (of faith or doctrine)

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articuli fundamentales secundarii

secondary fundamental articles

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articuli non-fundamentales

nonfundamental articles

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articuli puri/mixti

pure/mixed articles

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articulum omnium fundamentalissimum

the most fundamental article of all

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articulus stantis et cadentis ecclesiae

the article of the standing and falling of the church

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asarkos (ἄσαρκος)

without the flesh

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asebeia (ἀσέβεια)

impiety, ungodliness

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aseitas

aseity, self-existence

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assensus

assent, spiritual acknowledgment, or agreement

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assensus historicus

historical assent

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assumptio carnis

the assumption of the flesh

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athanasia (ἀθανασία)

immortality

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athetēsis (ἀθέτησις)

a setting aside or annulment

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atreptōs kai asynchytōs (ἀτρέπτως καὶ ἀσυγχύτως)

without change and without confusion

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attemperatio

adjustment or accommodation

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attributa divina

divine attributes

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attributa ecclesiae

attributes of the church

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attributum

attribute, property, characteristic, proper quality

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attritio

imperfect contrition, attrition

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auctor primarius Scripturae sacrae

primary author of sacred Scripture, viz., God

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auctoritas

authority, originality, or genuineness

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aulos (ἀϋλος)

immaterial or spiritual

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autexousion (αὐτεξούσιον)

free will

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autexousiotes (αὐτεξουσιότης)

free will

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autexousios (αὐτεξούσιος)

having free will (adj.)

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authentia historica

historical authenticity or authority

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authentia historiae

authenticity of history

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authentia normae seu pracepti

preceptive or normative authenticity or authority

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authoritas

authority, originality, or genuineness

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authoritas divina duplex

twofold divine authority

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authoritas Scripturae

the authority of Scripture

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autocheiria (αὐτοχειρία)

murder done with one's own hand

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autocheiros (αὐτόχειρος)

with one's own hand

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autodidaktos (αὐτοδίδακτος)

self-taught or self-instructed

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autographa (αὐτόγραφα)

autographs or originals

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autopistos (αὐτόπιστος)

trustworthy in and of itself

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autoritas

authority, originality, or genuineness

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autotheos (αὐτοθεός)

of himself God, i.e., God by nature

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autozōos (αὐτόζωος)

having life in and of one's self

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auxilium sine quo non

assistance without which not, i.e., an assistance without which a desired result cannot occur

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avaritia

greed, avarice

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axiopistos (ἀξιόπιστος)

trustworthy, worthy of faith