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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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offense

    Part, Question
1 2, 71 | considers sin chiefly as an offense against ~God; and the moral 2 2, 72 | differ ~specifically. For "offense" and "sin" are condivided 3 2, 87 | whoever sins, commits an offense against an order: ~wherefore 4 2, 105 | detestation of their past offense, i.e. the peoples of ~Moab, 5 2, 109 | alone, against Whom the offense was committed and Who is 6 2, 113 | above (Q[71], A[5]~). Now an offense is remitted to anyone, only 7 2, 113 | an offender to pardon an offense, than ~for one who has committed 8 2, 113 | one who has committed no offense, not to be hated. For it 9 2, 113 | then the forgiveness of the offense can only spring ~from a 10 2, 114 | sin. For since sin is an ~offense against God, excluding us 11 2, 3 | Cor. 10:32): "Be ~without offense to the Jews and to the gentiles 12 2, 25 | love, let no other man take offense if ~him also thou lovest 13 2, 31 | man's neighbor may take offense even at his ~secret sins, 14 2, 32 | are contrary to peace; (4) offense ~and scandal, which are 15 2, 41 | scandal is condivided with offense and ~weakness, for the Apostle 16 2, 41 | skandalon} may be rendered ~offense, downfall, or a stumbling 17 2, 41 | proneness to scandal; while "offense" ~signifies resentment against 18 2, 65 | according to his kind of ~offense. Now sometimes the defendant 19 2, 70 | angry man ~seeks an open offense, but he who hates does not 20 2, 152 | man is guilty of a twofold offense ~against chastity and the 21 2, 157 | punished on account of ~his offense, and which cruelty exceeds. 22 3, 1 | offend, the more grievous the offense. Hence for condign ~satisfaction 23 3, 1 | 15-16): "But not as the offense, so also the gift . . . ~ 24 3, 8 | says (Rm. 5:15): "If by the offense of one many died, much more 25 3, 19 | written (Rm. 5:18): "As by the offense of one, ~unto all men to 26 3, 42 | Cor. 10:32: "Be without offense to the Jews, and to the ~ 27 3, 42 | also have avoided giving offense to the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT 28 3, 42 | He should have given them offense by His teaching.~Aquin.: 29 3, 42 | stumbling and for a rock of offense to the two houses of Israel."~ 30 3, 42 | undeterred by their taking offense, publicly taught the truth 31 3, 42 | ought so to avoid giving offense, as neither by wrong ~deed 32 3, 48 | by committing a graver ~offense. But in Christ's Passion 33 3, 48 | He properly atones for an offense who offers something ~which 34 3, 48 | more than he detested the ~offense. But by suffering out of 35 3, 48 | required to compensate for the offense of the whole human ~race. 36 3, 48 | servitude on account of ~the offense perpetrated. But as to the 37 3, 49 | man likewise overlooks an offense committed against ~him on 38 3, 49 | was appeased for every offense of the human race with regard 39 3, 52 | says (Rm. 5:15): "If by the offense of one, ~many died; much 40 3, 66 | Rm. 5:18), "as by the ~offense of one, unto all men to 41 3, 68 | says (Rm. 5:18): "As by the offense ~of one unto all men unto 42 3, 68 | 5:17), "if by one man's offense ~death reigned through one," 43 3, 84 | man should grieve for the offense committed against his friend, ~ 44 3, 85 | past sin, considered as an offense against God, which does ~ 45 3, 85 | committed, inasmuch as it is an offense against God, and purposes 46 3, 85 | amend. Now amendment for an offense committed against anyone 47 3, 85 | when, on account of an offense committed against ~another, 48 3, 85 | account of its being an offense against God, or on ~account 49 3, 86 | virtue. For, as sin is an ~offense against God, He pardons 50 3, 86 | same way as he pardons an ~offense committed against Him. Now 51 3, 86 | committed against Him. Now an offense is directly opposed to ~ 52 3, 86 | for a man ~to pardon an offense, for which he is offended 53 3, 86 | God pardon a man ~for an offense, without his will being 54 3, 86 | will being changed. Now the offense of mortal ~sin is due to 55 3, 86 | for the pardon of this offense ~against God, it is necessary 56 3, 86 | away by grace removing the offense ~against God. Wherefore 57 3, 86 | have the character of an offense which needs to ~be removed 58 3, 86 | friendship, and so one sin or offense is not pardoned without 59 3, 86 | man to forgive him one ~offense and not another.~Aquin.: 60 3, 88 | account of the ~gravity of the offense committed against the benefactor, 61 3, 88 | intense, or ~because his offense against the benefactor is 62 3, 88 | the favor, or an equal ~offense against the benefactor, 63 3, 88 | of the contempt or of the offense, ~as stated above: and so 64 3, 90 | 85], A[3], ad 3) that an offense is atoned ~otherwise in 65 3, 90 | whereas, in Penance, the offense is atoned according to the 66 Suppl, 1 | order to ~compensate for the offense done to God through the 67 Suppl, 3 | should hate sin, as an offense against God, more than as 68 Suppl, 3 | less than the sin, as an offense against God. Again, among 69 Suppl, 3 | punishments are inseparable from offense of God, e.g. separation 70 Suppl, 3 | punishment to which is connected offense of God is to be ~shunned 71 Suppl, 3 | punishments the notion of offense, and consider only the notion 72 Suppl, 3 | less than sin has as an ~offense against God: and for this 73 Suppl, 3 | displeasing through being an offense ~against God, cannot be 74 Suppl, 3 | reason for sorrow, viz. the offense against ~God, in such a 75 Suppl, 3 | contrite person, viz. the offense against God. For he who 76 Suppl, 6 | inflicted in proportion to the offense. Now ~a man is able to inflict 77 Suppl, 12| punished by the judge for an offense against another. Therefore ~ 78 Suppl, 12| amendment and the previous offense. Therefore satisfaction 79 Suppl, 12| inequality constitutes an ~offense; so that satisfaction regards 80 Suppl, 12| satisfaction regards a previous offense. But no part of ~justice 81 Suppl, 12| justice regards a previous offense, except vindictive justice, 82 Suppl, 12| with respect to a previous offense, is a work of justice, as ~ 83 Suppl, 12| satisfaction regards a past offense. Yet no mention is ~made 84 Suppl, 13| satisfaction should balance the offense, as shown above (Q[12], 85 Suppl, 13| Q[12], AA[2],3). ~But an offense against God is infinite, 86 Suppl, 13| committed, for it is a greater offense to ~strike a prince than 87 Suppl, 13| compensation ~for a past offense, it seems that we cannot 88 Suppl, 13| debt resulting from the ~offense committed.~Aquin.: SMT XP 89 Suppl, 13| Reply OBJ 1: Just as the offense derived a certain infinity 90 Suppl, 13| Others, however, say that the offense is infinite as regards the ~ 91 Suppl, 13| sin, except as this is an offense against ~God, which is a 92 Suppl, 14| For since the previous offense has to be removed by ~satisfaction, 93 Suppl, 14| with the ~removal of the offense. Now removal of offense 94 Suppl, 14| offense. Now removal of offense is renewal of friendship: ~ 95 Suppl, 14| obligation is based on ~an offense, there is inequality not 96 Suppl, 14| friendship, so that for the offense to be removed by satisfaction, 97 Suppl, 14| punishment equal to the offense, but also the equality of 98 Suppl, 14| so that, although the ~offense be already removed by previous 99 Suppl, 15| make compensation for the offense ~committed against God. 100 Suppl, 15| satisfaction regards both ~the past offense, for which compensation 101 Suppl, 15| For compensation ~for an offense implies equality, which 102 Suppl, 15| is compensation for the offense, ~and this cannot be done 103 Suppl, 15| Compensation for a past offense can be enforced either by ~ 104 Suppl, 16| of placating God for the ~offense committed. Now detestation 105 Suppl, 62| by suing his wife for the offense she has ~committed against 106 Suppl, 96| a person who commits an offense ~in a city is rendered by 107 Suppl, 96| is rendered by his very offense worthy of being cut off ~


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