Faith quote by Thomas Aquinas

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To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible
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"To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible"

- Thomas Aquinas

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This quote by Thomas Aquinas talks to the power of faith. To someone who has faith, no description is essential. This implies that faith is so strong that it does not require any additional description. It is a belief that is held without any more proof or proof. To somebody without faith, no explanation is possible. This suggests that without faith, it is impossible to comprehend or comprehend the power of faith. It is something that can not be explained or understood without having faith. This quote talks to the power of faith and how it can be a source of strength and understanding for those who have it. It likewise talks to the problem of comprehending faith without having it. Faith is an effective force that can be hard to explain or understand without having it.

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Thomas Aquinas This quote is written / told by Thomas Aquinas between 1225 AC and March 7, 1274. He was a famous Theologian from Italy, the quote is categorized under the topic Faith. The author also have 59 other quotes.

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