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108 adoption
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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witnesses

    Part, Question
1 1, 112 | not as guilty, but as witnesses to convict man of weakness.~ 2 2, 20 | evil." Now works are the witnesses of the will. Therefore God 3 2, 93 | under ~the law. The Apostle witnesses to this when he says (2 4 2, 105 | the mouth of two or three witnesses every word shall ~stand."~ 5 2, 105 | prescribed the number of ~witnesses, viz. two or three: and 6 2, 105 | possible for two or three ~witnesses to agree to a falsehood, 7 2, 105 | Moreover, in order that witnesses might not easily ~depart 8 2, 106 | mercy under two or three ~witnesses. How much more, do you think, 9 2, 107 | faith under both Testaments witnesses to the ~unity of end: for 10 2, 31 | denouncement?~(8) Whether witnesses should be called before 11 2, 31 | the public denunciation witnesses ought to be brought ~forward?~ 12 2, 31 | the public denunciation witnesses ought ~not to be brought 13 2, 31 | Now by bringing forward witnesses one makes known a brother' 14 2, 31 | one ought not to bring ~witnesses forward before the public 15 2, 31 | himself. Now no man ~brings in witnesses to prove his own secret 16 2, 31 | ought ~one to bring forward witnesses to prove the secret sin 17 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, witnesses are brought forward to prove 18 2, 31 | to prove something. But ~witnesses afford no proof in secret 19 2, 31 | it is useless to ~bring witnesses forward in such cases.~Aquin.: 20 2, 31 | bringing it to ~the notice of witnesses . . . it should be put before 21 2, 31 | tell the Church. ~Therefore witnesses should not be brought forward 22 2, 31 | befitting that a citation of witnesses should be placed between 23 2, 31 | the sin may be, and call witnesses, unless perhaps it were 24 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: A man needs no witnesses that he may amend his own 25 2, 31 | three reasons for citing witnesses. First, to ~show that the 26 2, 31 | before it is stated to the witnesses, in so far as the ~prelate 27 2, 58 | thing is proved by suitable witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 28 2, 62 | who is convicted by false witnesses; and again the ~executioner, 29 2, 62 | been convicted by false ~witnesses, is innocent he must, like 30 2, 62 | like Daniel, examine the witnesses with ~great care, so as 31 2, 65 | 4) ~The injustice of the witnesses in giving evidence; (5) 32 2, 65 | proved ~by means of false witnesses. Therefore it is unlawful 33 2, 65 | matter, through documents and witnesses, ~and other legal means 34 2, 66 | when there are sufficient witnesses to ~prove it.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 68 | evidence of two or three witnesses suffices?~(3) Whether a 36 2, 68 | assertions of two or three witnesses, for we read ~that Naboth 37 2, 68 | condemned on the evidence of two witnesses (3 ~Kgs. 21). Therefore 38 2, 68 | evidence of two or three witnesses does not ~suffice. ~Aquin.: 39 2, 68 | evidence of seventy-two ~witnesses; nor a cardinal priest of 40 2, 68 | unless there be ~sixty-four witnesses. Nor a cardinal deacon of 41 2, 68 | unless ~there be twenty-seven witnesses; nor a subdeacon, an acolyte, 42 2, 68 | doorkeeper without seven witnesses." Now the sin ~of one who 43 2, 68 | evidence of two or ~three witnesses sufficient for the condemnation 44 2, 68 | the mouth of two or three ~witnesses shall he die that is to 45 2, 68 | the mouth of two or three witnesses every word shall stand."~ 46 2, 68 | that the assertion of sever witnesses contains the ~truth rather 47 2, 68 | the ~assertion of several witnesses should be upheld. Now all 48 2, 68 | the prosecutor: hence two witnesses are required; or for ~the 49 2, 68 | matter how great a number of witnesses may be ~determined, the 50 2, 68 | had through two or three witnesses, as stated above.~Aquin.: 51 2, 68 | 1/3 ~Reply OBJ 2: If the witnesses disagree certain principal 52 2, 68 | the like. If, however, the witnesses for the ~same side disagree, 53 2, 68 | considering either the number of ~witnesses, or their standing, or the 54 2, 68 | Matth.), because if the ~witnesses agreed in every point, even 55 2, 68 | weight than that ~of many witnesses. Secondly, because those 56 2, 68 | him ~through other false witnesses or a perverse judge. Therefore 57 2, 68 | owing to perjury, since witnesses are admitted only on oath 58 2, 69 | e.g. by producing false ~witnesses, or alleging false laws), 59 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 3: The judge and witnesses are common to either party, 60 2, 69 | pay for their labor; and witnesses receive their expenses ~( 61 2, 87 | wont to be confirmed by witnesses. Now a human witness does ~ 62 2, 87 | wording his oath, ~God Who witnesses his conscience accepts his 63 2, 93 | spontaneous confession, or when witnesses have ~been approved, with 64 2, 122 | induced by certain credible witnesses of Divine authority thus 65 2, 122 | Acts 1:8, "You shall be witnesses unto Me," etc. and ~Maximus 66 2, 122 | are so called as being ~witnesses, because by suffering in 67 2, 122 | Christ's martyrs are His witnesses. Now this truth is the truth 68 2, 152 | and cannot be provided by witnesses, because she was ~not found 69 2, 176 | Miracles are always true witnesses to the purpose for which ~ 70 2, 182 | good confession before many witnesses," that is to say, "when 71 3, 36 | to all the people, but to witnesses pre-ordained by God." Consequently, ~ 72 3, 42 | hast heard of me by many ~witnesses, the same command to faithful 73 3, 45 | clarity of glory?~(3) Of the witnesses of the transfiguration;~( 74 3, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the witnesses of the transfiguration were 75 3, 45 | It would seem that the witnesses of the transfiguration were ~ 76 3, 45 | to come. Therefore ~the witnesses of the transfiguration should 77 3, 45 | that they were ~unsuitable witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 78 3, 45 | should have been present as witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 79 3, 45 | all His disciples, to be ~witnesses of His transfiguration.~ 80 3, 45 | Consequently it was ~fitting that witnesses should be present from among 81 3, 45 | the mouth of two or three ~witnesses" this word might stand.~ 82 3, 45 | choose men and not angels as witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 83 3, 45 | that they might then be witnesses of spiritual ~things when 84 3, 55 | whom it was manifested were witnesses of the ~Resurrection: hence 85 3, 55 | the dead, of which we are witnesses." Now they bore witness 86 3, 55 | all the people, but ~to witnesses preordained by God."~Aquin.: 87 3, 55 | the angels introduced as witnesses for the Resurrection seem ~ 88 3, 80 | spontaneously, or by proof of witnesses: but private and unknown 89 Suppl, 6 | proved by means of proper witnesses. Now the ~witness, in the 90 Suppl, 55| accusation?~(11) Whether witnesses should be called in such 91 Suppl, 55| and are proved ~by false witnesses. Hence he is not bound to 92 Suppl, 55| should proceed by hearing witnesses in ~the same way as in other 93 Suppl, 55| not to proceed by ~hearing witnesses, in the same way as in other 94 Suppl, 55| in other suits where any witnesses ~may be called provided 95 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, witnesses who are suspected of private 96 Suppl, 55| right to ~proceed by hearing witnesses in a suit of this kind.~ 97 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Witnesses are called in a suit in 98 Suppl, 55| here as in ~other lawsuits witnesses should be called.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 55| truth must be ~unveiled by witnesses: yet, as the lawyers say, 100 Suppl, 55| relatives are allowed as witnesses; that ~the juridical order 101 Suppl, 55| evidence is admitted; and ~that witnesses may be called after the 102 Suppl, 55| publication of the names of the ~witnesses." All this is in order to 103 Suppl, 62| secretly that together with witnesses he may discover her in ~ 104 Suppl, 62| has been deceived by false witnesses in pronouncing the ~divorce; 105 Suppl, 68| document signed by three witnesses, without ~calling him natural.~ 106 Suppl, 71| whole East and West are ~witnesses." Yet it is clear that Trajan 107 Suppl, 74| to whether, having been ~witnesses to the resurrection, they 108 Suppl, 86| Christ, not to judge, but "as witnesses of men's deeds because it ~ 109 Suppl, 93| called martyrs ~in Greek, witnesses in Latin: because they suffered


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