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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, temptation is an evil, but it is not 2 1, 48 | it is not a fault; for ~"temptation which involves no consent, 3 1, 48 | not is it a ~pain; because temptation precedes the fault, and 4 1, 48 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Temptation, as importing provocation 5 1, 48 | fault; unless through the temptation some change is wrought ~ 6 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, temptation is an evil, but it is not 7 1, 49 | it is not a fault; for ~"temptation which involves no consent, 8 1, 49 | not is it a ~pain; because temptation precedes the fault, and 9 1, 49 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Temptation, as importing provocation 10 1, 49 | fault; unless through the temptation some change is wrought ~ 11 1, 80 | the "serpent." But in the temptation of our first parents, the 12 1, 94 | have merited in resisting temptation; whereas he does merit now, 13 1, 94 | gained merit in resisting ~temptation, according to the opinion 14 1, 94 | then than now to resist temptation even without ~grace.~ 15 1, 99 | lived so as not to yield to temptation, they would have been ~confirmed 16 1, 113 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, temptation is the road to sin. Now 17 1, 113 | all sins are due to the temptation of the devil?~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 113 | all sins are due to the temptation of the ~devil. For Dionysius 19 1, 113 | 13) it is written: "All temptation being ~ended, the devil 20 2, 68 | it against every ~kind of temptation by His sevenfold gift," 21 2, 68 | gifts, that we may resist ~temptation. But neither is this distinction 22 2, 73 | through a more grievous temptation, wherefore he is less to 23 2, 77 | concupiscence is called a temptation of ~the flesh. But the greater 24 2, 77 | flesh. But the greater the temptation that overcomes a man, the 25 2, 79 | to an abomination; and a temptation to the souls of men." But 26 2, 79 | the souls of men." But a ~temptation usually denotes a provocation 27 2, 79 | an ~abomination, and a temptation to the souls of men," the 28 2, 84 | become rich, fall into temptation, and into the snare of the 29 2, 109 | prayer 'Lead us not into temptation' (and they ~deny it who 30 2, 109 | say: "Lead ~us not into temptation," and "Thy Will be done 31 2, 53 | corresponding to the three kinds of temptation. Hence ~it is written (James 32 2, 58 | for "it belongs to human temptation without which ~no man can 33 2, 62 | man from ~sin under any temptation whatever.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 63 | and a careless mind: and ~temptation is curbed not so much by 35 2, 81 | trespasses." Secondly, there is temptation which hinders us from keeping ~ 36 2, 81 | And lead us not into ~temptation," whereby we do not ask 37 2, 81 | not to be ~conquered by temptation, which is to be led into 38 2, 81 | which is to be led into temptation. Thirdly, ~there is the 39 2, 81 | evil if he be not led into ~temptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 40 2, 95 | DEFICIENCY (QQ[97]-102)~OF THE TEMPTATION OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 41 2, 95 | first we ~shall consider the temptation whereby God is tempted, 42 2, 95 | inquiry:~(1) In what the temptation of God consists;~(2) Whether 43 2, 95 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the temptation of God consists in certain 44 2, 95 | It would seem that the temptation of God does not consist 45 2, 95 | alone. Therefore, if the temptation ~of God consisted in such 46 2, 95 | Dominican ~Breviary).] But the temptation of God does not consist 47 2, 95 | perfection. Therefore the temptation of God does not ~consist 48 2, 95 | this it would seem that the temptation of God consists in ~omitting 49 2, 95 | certain. Wherefore ~all temptation proceeds from some ignorance 50 2, 95 | very nature pertains to the temptation of God. Secondly, in ~order 51 2, 95 | comes under the head of temptation of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 52 2, 95 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether temptation of God is opposed to the 53 2, 95 | It would seem that the temptation of God is not opposed to 54 2, 95 | virtue of religion. The temptation of God is sinful, because 55 2, 95 | opposed to faith. Therefore temptation of God is ~opposed to faith 56 2, 95 | Therefore it seems that ~temptation of God is a sin opposed 57 2, 95 | virtue of truth. Therefore temptation of God is opposed, ~not 58 2, 95 | And though this implicit ~temptation would seem to arise from 59 2, 95 | Therefore also this kind of temptation is a species of irreligion.~ 60 2, 95 | deceit is accidental to the temptation of God, and consequently 61 2, 95 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the temptation of God is a graver sin than 62 2, 95 | It would seem that the temptation of God is a graver sin than ~ 63 2, 95 | whereas for the sin of temptation they all ~without exception 64 2, 95 | irreligion, of which the temptation of God is a species, ~is 65 2, 95 | Malach. 1:6). ~Therefore. temptation of God whereby we behave 66 2, 95 | contrary to religion than the temptation of God, since it ~implies 67 2, 96 | no sin: yet it is a human temptation" ~(because, to wit, it proceeds 68 2, 160 | yields ~to a less impetuous temptation, as Augustine says (De Civ. 69 2, 161 | its punishment; (3) the temptation whereby he was led to sin.~ 70 2, 163 | OF OUR FIRST PARENTS' TEMPTATION (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 71 2, 163 | consider our first parents' temptation, concerning which ~there 72 2, 163 | manner and order of that temptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 73 2, 163 | first sin did not follow a temptation from ~without. Therefore 74 2, 163 | resulted from an ~outward temptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 75 2, 163 | that through the ~demon's temptation man would fall into sin, 76 2, 163 | able even to resist the temptation ~of the demon.~Aquin.: SMT 77 2, 163 | any difficulty, to ~resist temptation. Consequently the tempter' 78 2, 163 | manner and order of the first temptation was fitting?~Aquin.: SMT 79 2, 163 | manner and order of the first temptation ~was not fitting. For just 80 2, 163 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the temptation of our first parents was 81 2, 163 | instead of an outward, temptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 82 2, 163 | same order as in the first temptation. For, according to ~Augustine ( 83 2, 163 | the order of the ~first temptation was fitting.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 163 | employed as an instrument of temptation in ~bringing about the downfall 85 2, 163 | serpent as his means of temptation; but ~as he was possessed 86 2, 163 | earth, or a third kind ~of temptation, namely curiosity, is signified 87 2, 163 | seed of the devil is the temptation to evil, the seed of ~the 88 2, 163 | good works, whereby the temptation to evil is ~resisted. Wherefore 89 2, 163 | very outset of the evil temptation."~ 90 2, 184 | will become rich, fall into temptation and into the snare of the 91 3, 15 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In His temptation and passion Christ has succored 92 3, 40 | manner of ~life; (2) His temptation; (3) His doctrine; (4) His 93 3, 41 | Para. 1/1 - OF CHRIST'S TEMPTATION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 94 3, 41 | now to consider Christ's temptation, concerning which there 95 3, 41 | the mode and order of the temptation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 96 3, 41 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, temptation is from a threefold source - 97 3, 41 | himself safe or free from temptation. Wherefore also He wished 98 3, 41 | and prepare thy soul for temptation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 99 3, 41 | from the very manner of the temptation, when he said: "If ~Thou 100 3, 41 | therefore in regard to Christ's ~temptation we must consider what He 101 3, 41 | Him in the course of His temptation like a ~wrestler advancing 102 3, 41 | things, without sin." Now temptation which comes from an ~enemy 103 3, 41 | outward ~suggestion. But temptation which comes from the flesh 104 3, 41 | without ~sin, because such a temptation is caused by pleasure and 105 3, 41 | tempted, He exposed Himself to temptation. Since, therefore, His ~ 106 3, 41 | Since, therefore, His ~temptation is an example to us, it 107 3, 41 | steps as will lead them into temptation. And yet this seems a dangerous ~ 108 3, 41 | Mt. 4:5, Christ's second temptation is set down, in ~which " 109 3, 41 | in order that Christ's temptation ~might be an example to 110 3, 41 | OBJ 2: The occasions of temptation are twofold. one is on the 111 3, 41 | sinning. And such occasions of temptation should ~be avoided, as it 112 3, 41 | 2/2~Another occasion of temptation is on the part of the devil, 113 3, 41 | And such occasions of temptation are not to be avoided. Hence ~ 114 3, 41 | devil such an occasion of ~temptation; since the help of the Holy 115 3, 41 | since ~rather is it (the temptation) a help from the Holy Ghost, 116 3, 41 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's temptation should have taken place 117 3, 41 | would seem that Christ's temptation should not have taken ~place 118 3, 41 | thus have fasted before His temptation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 119 3, 41 | Lk. 4:13) "that all the ~temptation being ended, the devil departed 120 3, 41 | not fast before the second temptation, so neither ~should He have 121 3, 41 | wish to fast before ~His temptation. First, in order to give 122 3, 41 | strengthening ourselves against temptation, as ~stated above (A[1]), 123 3, 41 | equip ourselves against temptation. Hence the ~Apostle (2 Cor. 124 3, 41 | works. And ~so Christ's temptation took place after His fast, 125 3, 41 | left Him," i.e. after the ~temptation, "and behold angels came 126 3, 41 | the mode and order of the temptation were becoming?~Aquin.: SMT 127 3, 41 | the mode and order of the temptation were ~unbecoming. For the 128 3, 41 | seems that this was nowise a temptation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 129 3, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one temptation should lead to one sin. 130 3, 41 | to one sin. But in the ~temptation on the mountain he counseled 131 3, 41 | Therefore the mode of the temptation was unfitting.~Aquin.: SMT 132 3, 41 | covetousness. ~Therefore the temptation seems to have been incomplete.~ 133 3, 41 | gives the last place to the temptation to covetousness on the ~ 134 3, 41 | the second place to the temptation to vainglory in the ~Temple, 135 3, 41 | therefore, that ~Christ's temptation is unfittingly described.~ 136 3, 41 | 1/3~I answer that, The temptation which comes from the enemy 137 3, 41 | the devil set about the temptation of the first man. For ~at 138 3, 41 | opened." Thirdly, he led the temptation to ~the extreme height of 139 3, 41 | vainglory. Thirdly, he led the temptation on to that in which no ~ 140 3, 41 | have said ~that "'all the temptation being ended, the devil departed 141 3, 43 | disciples after His baptism ~and temptation, as related Mt. 4:18 and 142 3, 44 | failed to ~overcome Him by temptation, He doubted lest He should 143 Suppl, 65| is overcome by a lighter temptation. But ~concupiscence is the 144 Suppl, 93| inclination of the fomes, nor can temptation from the flesh be ~without 145 Suppl, 93| conflict by reason of the temptation which is of the ~flesh, 146 Suppl, 93| the ~flesh, she had the temptation which is of the enemy, who


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