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withstands 7
withstood 4
witless 1
witness 181
witnessed 3
witnesses 109
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182 revelation
181 cleansed
181 gal
181 witness
181 women
180 apart
180 heard
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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witness

    Part, Question
1 1, 29 | there are three who bear witness in heaven, ~the Father, 2 1, 30 | There are three who bear witness in ~heaven, the father, 3 1, 36 | There are three who bear ~witness in heaven, the Father, the 4 1, 64 | this can ~be good and bears witness to the goodness of nature. 5 1, 64 | account of the sin bears ~witness to the goodness of the will, 6 1, 64 | of the punishment, bears witness to the goodness of nature, 7 1, 64 | lost by punishment, is the witness to ~a good nature." Consequently, 8 1, 65 | this can ~be good and bears witness to the goodness of nature. 9 1, 65 | account of the sin bears ~witness to the goodness of the will, 10 1, 65 | of the punishment, bears witness to the goodness of nature, 11 1, 65 | lost by punishment, is the witness to ~a good nature." Consequently, 12 1, 78 | For conscience is said to witness, to bind, or incite, and ~ 13 1, 78 | conscience is said to ~witness. In another way, so far 14 2, 87 | that both the children can witness their ~parents' sins so 15 2, 98 | ways. First by bearing witness to Christ; wherefore He 16 2, 100 | Thou shalt not bear false witness"; ~the sixth, "Thou shalt 17 2, 100 | sins of homicide and false ~witness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 18 2, 100 | Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy ~neighbor": 19 2, 100 | sins of murder and ~false witness, it was necessary to proscribe, 20 2, 105 | the sin of bearing ~false witness. In other faults of less 21 2, 108 | than about theft and false witness, because the movement ~of 22 2, 108 | stealing or bearing false witness. They held a false opinion 23 2, 5 | life, the intellect of a witness would be convinced so as ~ 24 2, 10 | that our very enemies bear witness to our ~faith, and that 25 2, 12 | words and deeds should bear witness to the inward ~faith, for 26 2, 12 | perjurer calls upon God to witness to a falsehood, and ~thus 27 2, 12 | does: but he calls God to witness to a falsehood, not that 28 2, 12 | that he ~deems God a false witness, but in the hope, as it 29 2, 26 | on a man in order to bear witness to the good which is in 30 2, 59 | injured secretly by false witness, detractions and so ~forth, 31 2, 65 | convicted of bearing false witness. But these ancients ~were 32 2, 65 | man cannot ~be accuser, witness and judge at the same time, 33 2, 66 | of one swearing, and is a witness either because he himself 34 2, 66 | shall find that the false ~witness hath told a lie against 35 2, 68 | REGARD TO THE PERSON OF THE WITNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 36 2, 68 | regard to the person of the witness. ~Under this head there 37 2, 68 | mortal sin to bear false witness?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 38 2, 68 | who denies, while several witness affirm the same as the prosecutor, ~ 39 2, 68 | is not weakened if one ~witness says that he does not remember, 40 2, 68 | such points as these the witness for ~prosecution and defense 41 2, 68 | ought the evidence of one witness to be rejected if he ~contradict 42 2, 68 | salvation, provided the ~witness be competent, and the order 43 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a witness is required to take an oath 44 2, 68 | written (Prov. 19:5): "A false witness shall not ~be unpunished."~ 45 2, 68 | Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor." For 46 2, 68 | certitude ~of evidence, the witness is required to take a oath.~ 47 2, 69 | of the judge and of the ~witness. Now, according to Augustine ( 48 2, 69 | a just sentence, nor the witness true evidence." ~Therefore 49 2, 69 | a just verdict, and the witness to give ~true evidence. 50 2, 79 | by them all, man bears witness to the ~Divine excellence 51 2, 81 | of ~which we frequently witness the unhappy results; splendid 52 2, 86 | or to call others to witness, ~so that one may refrain 53 2, 87 | swear is to call God to witness?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 54 2, 87 | swear is not to call God to witness. ~Whoever invokes the authority 55 2, 87 | of Holy Writ calls God to witness, since it ~is His word that 56 2, 87 | swear is to call ~God to witness, whoever invoked the authority 57 2, 87 | person by calling him to ~witness. But he who swears by God 58 2, 87 | swear is not to call ~God to witness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 59 2, 87 | differ from the duties of a ~witness, as shown above (QQ[67], 60 2, 87 | swear is not to call God to witness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 61 2, 87 | mean but that God is his ~witness?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 62 2, 87 | by witnesses. Now a human witness does ~not suffice to confirm 63 2, 87 | have recourse to a Divine witness, for neither ~can God lie, 64 2, 87 | Him. Now to call God to witness ~is named "jurare" [to swear] 65 2, 87 | invocation of ~God as His witness should be accepted as true. 66 2, 87 | sometimes God is ~called to witness when we assert present or 67 2, 87 | sometimes God is called to witness in ~confirmation of something 68 2, 87 | thing to employ a Divine witness already given, ~as when 69 2, 87 | to ~implore God to bear witness, as in an oath.~Aquin.: 70 2, 87 | that he calls upon ~God to witness, he recognizes Him as possessing 71 2, 87 | person is called to give witness, in order that he may ~make 72 2, 87 | way by punishing the lying witness, and then He is at once ~ 73 2, 87 | He is at once ~judge and witness, since by punishing the 74 2, 87 | when a man says "God is my witness," or, "I speak before God," 75 2, 87 | since he asks God to bear witness, and this must be by some ~ 76 2, 87 | For if a man ~calls God as witness, for some trifling reason, 77 2, 87 | God be unwilling to ~bear witness there and then: for He certainly 78 2, 87 | for He certainly will bear witness at some ~future time, when 79 2, 87 | 1 Cor. 4:5). And this ~witness will be lacking to none 80 2, 87 | Who is called upon to bear witness, and on account of ~the 81 2, 87 | but calls God to be his witness. Therefore swearing is not 82 2, 87 | that ~swears calls God to witness in confirmation of what 83 2, 87 | observed in an oath. The witness adduced, ~and this is Divine: 84 2, 87 | it ~necessary to call the witness, and this is human. Accordingly 85 2, 87 | that a man takes God as witness by way of ~an oath, he acknowledges 86 2, 87 | contestation or calling God as witness: and ~this kind of oath, 87 2, 87 | saying: "I call ~God to witness upon my soul."~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 87 | wherein God is called to witness: because it suffices for 89 2, 87 | reverence of the ~Divine witness invoked, unless it leads 90 2, 87 | promise, an appeal to ~God as witness. Therefore an oath is more 91 2, 94 | God, Who does not bear ~witness to a falsehood.~Aquin.: 92 2, 96 | swear is to call God as ~witness. Now it is an irreverence 93 2, 96 | irreverence to God to call Him to witness to a ~falsehood, because 94 2, 96 | that He is willing to bear witness to a falsehood. Therefore ~ 95 2, 96 | the Vulgate'], and is ~a witness either because he himself 96 2, 101 | Ethic. i, 5; viii, 8). Now ~witness is borne either before God 97 2, 101 | searcher of hearts, the witness of one's conscience suffices. 98 2, 101 | regards men, ~one cannot bear witness, save by means of signs, 99 2, 101 | honor to a person we bear witness to a person's ~excelling 100 2, 101 | by praising him we bear witness to ~his goodness in reference 101 2, 101 | the result of our bearing ~witness to a person's goodness is 102 2, 108 | Thou ~shalt not bear false witness." Therefore every lie is 103 2, 108 | forbidden to bear false witness against our neighbor.~Aquin.: 104 2, 120 | stealing and ~bearing false witness. But many other injuries 105 2, 120 | with the bearing of false witness, ~which is more directly 106 2, 122 | Greek ~{martyr} signifies a witness. Now witness is borne to 107 2, 122 | signifies a witness. Now witness is borne to the faith of ~ 108 2, 122 | is so called as being a ~witness to the Christian faith, 109 2, 122 | martyrdom that a man bear witness to the faith ~in showing 110 2, 122 | Further, a martyr is a kind of witness. But witness is borne to ~ 111 2, 122 | is a kind of witness. But witness is borne to ~the truth alone. 112 2, 122 | called a martyr for bearing witness to ~any truth, but only 113 2, 122 | body unto death they bear witness to ~the truth; not indeed 114 2, 129 | reverence shown to a person in witness of his excellence. Now two 115 2, 129 | pleased that others bear witness to his excellence, as this 116 2, 129 | very fact that it bears witness to virtue. Hence it is evident ~ 117 2, 170 | since even its foes bear witness to ~it, and also in order 118 2, 176 | God also bearing them witness by signs and wonders and 119 2, 176 | miracles. Now God cannot bear witness to a falsehood. ~Therefore 120 3, 1 | when God Himself bears witness that they would have ~done 121 3, 5 | this point by the Gospel witness, they ~went on to say that 122 3, 7 | Him, God also bearing them witness by signs ~and wonders." 123 3, 7 | to be a fit minister and witness of God, to which ~office 124 3, 12 | I have given Him for ~a witness to the people, for a leader 125 3, 25 | the Greek {martys} is 'a witness'] they are: we honor the ~ 126 3, 26 | not then "de fide," is a witness to the expression ~of the 127 3, 27 | leaped': and our eyes are witness that not only infants leap 128 3, 28 | loss of virginity, but to witness to the reality of the ~union."~ 129 3, 29 | because Joseph is thus a ~witness to Christ's being born of 130 3, 29 | is the more trustworthy witness of her purity, in that he 131 3, 29 | loss of virginity, ~but to witness to the reality of the union." 132 3, 30 | might be a more certain witness of this mystery, ~being 133 3, 31 | sins, to which John bore witness, saying: 'Behold Him who ~ 134 3, 31 | he who pays a tithe bears witness ~to his own imperfection 135 3, 36 | encouraged by a ~twofold witness," as Pope Leo says (Serm. 136 3, 38 | sent by God . . . for a witness" (Jn. 1:6,7) ~as a prophet; 137 3, 38 | God ~also bearing them witness by signs and wonders." But 138 3, 38 | it was ~wonderful to witness such endurance in a human 139 3, 38 | voice of ~the Father bearing witness to Him. Therefore it seems 140 3, 39 | and that John might bear witness to Him." Now, men would 141 3, 39 | should be heard, bearing witness to the Son?~Aquin.: SMT 142 3, 39 | voice to be heard bearing witness to the Son. For the Son ~ 143 3, 39 | voice is heard bearing ~witness to the Son." Therefore it 144 3, 39 | Father ~gave utterance bore witness to the Sonship of the Word. 145 3, 44 | confirm His ~doctrine, and witness to His Godhead, as stated 146 3, 44 | God also bearing ~them witness by signs and wonders and 147 3, 45 | For everyone is a better witness of things that he ~knows. 148 3, 45 | fiction, is becoming in a witness of the ~truth. Now, Moses 149 3, 45 | fitting that He should bear ~witness to it a second time.~Aquin.: 150 3, 53 | rose, that they might bear witness to ~the risen Christ." Nevertheless 151 3, 54 | as medical science bears witness. But whatever anyone ~may 152 3, 55 | witnesses." Now they bore witness by preaching ~in public: 153 3, 55 | not to the people to bear witness to the ~Resurrection. But 154 3, 55 | was their office to bear witness to the ~Resurrection, according 155 3, 55 | our Lord." But the ~surest witness of all is an eye-witness. 156 3, 60 | once, must no more be a witness, nor be allowed to take ~ 157 3, 60 | calling a sacred thing to witness. And in this ~sense it is 158 3, 77 | contrary, The senses are witness that something is generated 159 3, 77 | Para. 2/3~But the senses witness to the untruth of what some 160 3, 80 | who heard him ask, bear witness, and let him receive the 161 Suppl, 6 | proper witnesses. Now the ~witness, in the tribunal of Penance, 162 Suppl, 11| he be called upon to give witness of a sin ~of which he has 163 Suppl, 11| man is not called upon to witness except as a man, ~wherefore 164 Suppl, 11| if a man could not bear witness to a deed which he has seen ~ 165 Suppl, 35| act of admitting men to witness the Divine ~sacraments, 166 Suppl, 55| cannot be both accuser and witness. Neither therefore can this 167 Suppl, 55| person can be accuser and ~witness; that evidence is not taken ' 168 Suppl, 74| that they might ~bear true witness to Christ's true resurrection, 169 Suppl, 74| for the sake of bearing witness to Christ's resurrection: 170 Suppl, 74| resurrection: and ~that by bearing witness thereto they might lay the 171 Suppl, 84| Their conscience bearing witness," ~etc. which mark, seemingly, 172 Suppl, 84| Divine ~judgment to the witness of the conscience, according 173 Suppl, 84| necessary for the conscience to witness ~to everything that has 174 Suppl, 84| one's conscience will bear witness to him and his thoughts ~ 175 Suppl, 84| every judicial hearing, the ~witness, the accuser, and the defendant 176 Suppl, 85| Their conscience bearing witness to them, and ~their thoughts 177 Suppl, 86| assemble at the judgment and witness the glory of the ~Judge.~ 178 Suppl, 92| showing of honor which bears witness to ~virtue. Hence it is 179 Suppl, 93| suffered in order to bear ~witness to Christ, and strove unto 180 Suppl, 93| its end. For one becomes a witness of Christ by any virtuous ~ 181 Suppl, 93| Christ perfects in us bear witness to ~His goodness. Hence


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