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Nostra aerate affirms the "spiritual ties which link the people of the new covenant to the stock of Abraham" (vinculi, quo populus Novi Testamenti cum stirpe Abrahae spiritualiter coniunctus est) (no.
The Declaration on the Relation of the Church to NonChristian Religions describes the Jewish people as "that good olive tree onto which the wild olive branches of the Gentiles have been grafted (see Rom 11:17-24)" and emphasizes "the spiritual ties which link the people of the new covenant to the stock of Abraham (vinculi, quo populus Novi Testarnenti cum stirpe Abrahae spiritualiter coniunctus est)" (no.
Specter of Motor Coniunctus," in Nature and Motion in the Middle Ages, ed.
Ast ego, salva caeterorum estimatione, dico eum melius monachum, id est Solum, quam Solonem, et cellam ipsam beati Soli quam cellam Solonis posse nuncupari, dum et ipse solus a mundi actibus sequestratus, Deo solo sit coniunctus, solitudo ipsa eo cultore nomen superstite habeat.
Cupido sive Eros coelestis ille est et sanctus amor qui pudicae et purae insitus animae a natura est, unde eius nominatur maritus, quia artissimo naturae vinculo cum Psyche coniunctus est.