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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 64 | Further, man's sin is not graver than the demons'. But man' 2 1, 65 | Further, man's sin is not graver than the demons'. But man' 3 2, 46 | hatred is far worse and graver than anger.~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 73 | Therefore one sin is not graver than another.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 73 | unlawful, and consequently graver sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 6 2, 73 | Therefore one sin is not graver than ~another by reason 7 2, 73 | A[1]). But some sins are graver than others in ~respect 8 2, 73 | their species, as murder is graver than theft. Therefore the ~ 9 2, 73 | same way as one sickness is graver than ~another: for just 10 2, 73 | disorder in the humors, the ~graver is the sickness: thus a 11 2, 73 | must needs be so much the ~graver, as the disorder occurs 12 2, 73 | sins ~in human acts, the graver the sin. Now the object 13 2, 73 | of man, ~e.g. murder, is graver than a sin which is about 14 2, 73 | things, e.g. ~theft; and graver still is a sin committed 15 2, 73 | of sin, ~one sin will be graver than another according as 16 2, 73 | opposed, so that, to wit, ~the graver the sin is opposed to the 17 2, 73 | greater concupiscence, the graver the sin: because sometimes 18 2, 73 | as that sickness is the graver which affects more ~parts 19 2, 73 | harm. Therefore a sin is graver according as it does more ~ 20 2, 73 | but, on the contrary, a graver sin calls for the infliction 21 2, 73 | spiritual goods, it is a ~graver sin to inflict an injury 22 2, 77 | disease of the soul is graver than disease of the body. ~ 23 2, 78 | increased except for a ~graver fault. Therefore a sin is 24 2, 102 | body; and this ~was the graver uncleanness; the other was 25 2, 5 | unbelief would seem to be graver than other sins, as ~Augustine 26 2, 5 | would be guilty of a sin ~graver than that of the demons, 27 2, 10 | severs man from God, the graver it is. Now man is more than 28 2, 10 | of pagans or heathens is graver than other kinds?~Aquin.: 29 2, 10 | of heathens or pagans is graver ~than other kinds. For just 30 2, 10 | just as bodily disease is graver according as it ~endangers 31 2, 10 | so does sin ~appear to be graver, according as it is opposed 32 2, 10 | Therefore theirs is the graver sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] 33 2, 11 | death. For it is a much graver matter to corrupt the faith 34 2, 12 | wrought by them, murder is the graver sin, for murder does more 35 2, 20 | against God is, in its genus, graver than other sins. Hence ~ 36 2, 20 | is evident that it is a graver sin to ~detract from the 37 2, 31 | OBJ 3: Further, it is a graver matter to accuse than to 38 2, 32 | that the sin of unbelief is graver than the sin of ~hatred 39 2, 37 | special sin?~(2) Whether it is graver than unbelief?~(3) Of the 40 2, 37 | 1/1~Whether schism is a graver sin than unbelief?~Aquin.: 41 2, 37 | would seem that schism is a graver sin than unbelief. For the ~ 42 2, 37 | than unbelief. For the ~graver sin meets with a graver 43 2, 37 | graver sin meets with a graver punishment, according to 44 2, 37 | Therefore the sin of schism is graver than the sin ~of unbelief.~ 45 2, 37 | seems that ~schism is a graver sin than unbelief.~Aquin.: 46 2, 37 | Therefore schism is a graver sin ~than unbelief.~Aquin.: 47 2, 37 | which of two sins is the graver, the question must ~be understood 48 2, 37 | committed against God is graver than a sin committed against 49 2, 61 | contrary to justice. Now the graver the matter in which ~justice 50 2, 64 | his person, and this is of graver import than ~fraud or guile 51 2, 71 | backbiting is by so much a ~graver sin than murder, as it is 52 2, 71 | than murder, as it is a graver matter to kill the soul 53 2, 71 | backbiting is apparently a graver sin than reviling, ~because 54 2, 71 | backbiting is seemingly a graver sin than adultery, because 55 2, 71 | xxxi, 45). But envy is a graver sin ~than anger. Therefore 56 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is a graver sin than reviling; and so ~ 57 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is not graver than the other sins committed ~ 58 2, 71 | neighbor: even as robbery is a ~graver sin than theft, as stated 59 2, 72 | Whether backbiting is a graver sin than tale-bearing?~Aquin.: 60 2, 72 | seem that backbiting is a graver sin than tale-bearing. ~ 61 2, 72 | Therefore backbiting is a graver sin than tale-bearing.~Aquin.: 62 2, 72 | Therefore backbiting is a graver sin ~than tale-bearing.~ 63 2, 72 | the sin of backbiting is graver than ~the sin of tale-bearing.~ 64 2, 73 | and backbiting seem to be graver sins than ~derision, because 65 2, 74 | its genus, and so much the graver, as the person whom we curse 66 2, 74 | 1/1~Whether cursing is a graver sin than backbiting?~Aquin.: 67 2, 74 | would seem that cursing is a graver sin than backbiting. ~Cursing 68 2, 74 | gloss. Now ~blasphemy is a graver sin than backbiting. Therefore 69 2, 74 | Therefore cursing is a graver ~sin than backbiting. ~Aquin.: 70 2, 74 | murderer." Therefore cursing is graver than backbiting.~Aquin.: 71 2, 74 | Therefore backbiting is graver than cursing.~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 74 | its generic aspect is a graver sin than ~the cursing which 73 2, 77 | Therefore ~omission is a graver sin than transgression.~ 74 2, 77 | omission would seem to be a graver sin ~than transgression.~ 75 2, 77 | the sin of omission is ~graver than the sin of transgression.~ 76 2, 77 | deeds. Therefore it is a graver sin not to refrain from ~ 77 2, 77 | speaking, transgression ~is a graver sin than omission, although 78 2, 77 | particular omission may be ~graver than a particular transgression.~ 79 2, 87 | xlvii): and accordingly is a graver matter to swear by God ~ 80 2, 92 | to ~internal worship, are graver sins than idolatry, which 81 2, 92 | sin against nature is a graver sin ~than idolatry.~Aquin.: 82 2, 92 | knowingly is said to be ~graver than the sin of one that 83 2, 95 | the temptation of God is a graver sin than superstition?~Aquin.: 84 2, 95 | the temptation of God is a graver sin than ~superstition. 85 2, 95 | Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than superstition.~Aquin.: 86 2, 95 | is opposed to virtue the graver it would ~seem to be. Now 87 2, 95 | Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than ~superstition.~ 88 2, 95 | the sin of superstition is graver than ~the sin of tempting 89 2, 97 | against a ~sacred person is a graver sin than that which is committed 90 2, 103 | precept ~be contemned in a yet graver matter, the sin is still 91 2, 116 | the greater the good ~the graver the sin. From this point 92 2, 117 | sin? ~(3) Whether it is a graver sin that covetousness?~Aquin.: 93 2, 131 | species pusillanimity is a graver ~sin than presumption, since 94 2, 140 | more voluntary a sin the graver it is. Now ~intemperance 95 2, 148 | removed by an evil, the graver the evil. ~Now it is evident 96 2, 148 | directly against God are graver than the sin ~of drunkenness, 97 2, 148 | the devil, not for ~being graver than other sins, but because 98 2, 152 | the greater a good is, the graver would seem to be the ~sin 99 2, 152 | born. Wherefore it is a graver sin, as to its species, 100 2, 152 | contrary to charity the ~graver it is. Now adultery, seduction 101 2, 152 | Therefore sacrilege is a graver sin than ~the unnatural 102 2, 152 | vice. Therefore incest is a graver sin than the ~unnatural 103 2, 152 | it is ~against nature the graver it would seem to be. Now 104 2, 152 | Hence ~rape of a virgin is graver than seduction, and rape 105 2, 154 | Further, apparently, the graver a sin is, the more incurable 106 2, 154 | will to sin, there is a graver sin. Now in the intemperate 107 2, 154 | the greater it is, the graver the sin, because the ~inclination 108 2, 154 | incontinence ~of anger is graver than incontinence of desire.~ 109 2, 156 | 2: Further, hatred is a graver sin than anger. Therefore 110 2, 161 | say that adultery is a ~graver sin than simple fornication. 111 2, 161 | first man's sin was not graver than all other sins of ~ 112 2, 161 | Now the ~latter is the graver sin, according to Lk. 12: 113 2, 183 | certain to bring one into graver ~dangers." Wherefore it 114 2, 185 | Therefore, since vainglory is a graver sin than the use of ~pleasure, 115 3, 48 | another by committing a graver ~offense. But in Christ' 116 3, 80 | many other sins which are graver than ~fornication, especially 117 3, 80 | one ~sin can be said to be graver than another in two ways: 118 3, 80 | Accidentally, one sin can be graver than another on the sinner' 119 3, 80 | this, the ~above sin can be graver in some, as happens in them 120 3, 80 | this sin is specifically graver than many ~others, yet it 121 3, 80 | Christ's slayers was much graver, first of all, ~because 122 3, 80 | according as their sins are ~graver. But in a measure the sin 123 3, 80 | sin. And it would seem ~graver still if anyone were to 124 3, 82 | Further, there are many sins graver than fornication. But it 125 3, 82 | Although fornication is not graver than other sins, yet men ~ 126 3, 82 | and pure ~hands; but it is graver still if while shunning 127 Suppl, 3 | for their sins: ~but for graver sins she would have grieved 128 Suppl, 18| one who has committed a graver ~sin. Now if the punishment 129 Suppl, 18| if the punishment for the graver sin be lessened in any way ~ 130 Suppl, 18| has been remitted for the graver sin. Therefore the priest ~ 131 Suppl, 20| absolve his subject from graver sins, but ~should refer 132 Suppl, 59| on account of other ~sins graver than covetousness.~Aquin.: 133 Suppl, 69| they have been guilty of graver sins, and ~consequently 134 Appen1, 2| between severer punishment and graver fault, ~as between lighter


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