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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | of this ~science must be condemned as false: "Destroying counsels 2 1, 34 | The error of Valentine was condemned, not as the Arians ~pretended, 3 1, 36 | meet some prevalent error condemned in the council at that ~ 4 1, 36 | appears in a Nestorian ~creed condemned in the council of Ephesus. 5 1, 70 | Civ. Dei xviii, 41), "was ~condemned by the Athenians for teaching 6 1, 71 | Civ. Dei xviii, 41), "was ~condemned by the Athenians for teaching 7 1, 93 | is a punishment ~of man condemned."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 8 1, 99 | which they would have ~been condemned." From which words we gather 9 2, 73 | persons of rank are expressly ~condemned: thus it is written (Job 10 2, 91 | allows a nobleman to be ~condemned to hard labor for some misdeed.~ 11 2, 105 | Indemnity," as when a thief was ~condemned to make restitution fivefold 12 2, 106 | sinful flesh, of sin* hath ~condemned sin in the flesh, that the 13 2, 107 | sinful flesh . . . hath condemned sin in the flesh, that ~ 14 2, 1 | as the "Latrocinium" and ~condemned by the Pope.] The same was 15 2, 10 | some ~misdemeanor, and are condemned by the faithful to some 16 2, 10 | instance, if a man were condemned by the judge to ~temporal 17 2, 11 | evil-doers are forthwith condemned to death by ~the secular 18 2, 19 | Further, whoever falls into a condemned heresy, is an unbeliever. ~ 19 2, 19 | despairs seems to fall into a condemned heresy, viz. that of ~the 20 2, 24 | those spirits whom God has condemned eternally, since this ~would 21 2, 30 | wealthy, fear lest he be condemned for retaining his talent, 22 2, 38 | things, all these are rightly condemned in war."~Aquin.: SMT SS 23 2, 58 | so as ~to deserve to be condemned once again, but when, in 24 2, 60 | and so, until a man is condemned by the judge, he is not ~ 25 2, 60 | took, but when once he is condemned, he is ~bound to pay the 26 2, 62 | sentence of the judge who has condemned an innocent man, if the ~ 27 2, 64 | the contrary, No man is condemned by the Divine judgment save 28 2, 64 | mortal sin. Yet a man is condemned for theft, according to 29 2, 65 | like, he may be justly condemned by the ordinary.~Aquin.: 30 2, 67 | lawful for one who has been condemned to defend ~himself by violence 31 2, 67 | 1/1~Whether a man who is condemned to death may lawfully defend 32 2, 67 | would seem that a man who is condemned to death may lawfully ~defend 33 2, 67 | death to which ~he has been condemned, so does he by flight. Now 34 2, 67 | Therefore ~it is lawful for a condemned man to defend himself from 35 2, 67 | themselves damnation." Now a condemned man, by defending himself, 36 2, 67 | answer that, A man may be condemned to death in two ways. First ~ 37 2, 67 | it is not lawful for the condemned to defend himself, ~because 38 2, 67 | Para. 2/2~Secondly a man is condemned unjustly: and such a sentence 39 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: When a man is condemned to death, he has not to 40 2, 67 | Even so, if a man were condemned to die of hunger, he does 41 2, 68 | that Naboth was unjustly condemned on the evidence of two witnesses ( 42 2, 68 | A ~bishop shall not be condemned save on the evidence of 43 2, 71 | which ~is the more to be condemned the backbiter or he that 44 2, 93 | and which the Fathers have condemned, ~is nothing but divination 45 2, 93 | reason we wish them ~to be condemned altogether, and henceforth 46 2, 94 | arts, amulets and nostrums ~condemned by the medical faculty, 47 2, 97 | anyone dishonor it he is condemned to death," as ~acting against 48 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 1: A man is never condemned to a spiritual punishment 49 2, 106 | But sometimes a man is ~condemned to punishment in temporal 50 2, 106 | the wicked, for not having condemned their sins, as Augustine 51 2, 106 | judgment a man should never ~be condemned without fault of his own 52 2, 106 | flogging. But a man may be condemned, even ~according to human 53 2, 122 | integrity of the flesh, or is ~condemned to forfeit it under pretext 54 2, 163 | devil in it, who was already condemned to everlasting ~fire on 55 2, 183 | to look back," which is ~condemned by the words of our Lord ( 56 2, 184 | just as Vigilantius was ~condemned for equaling riches to poverty, 57 2, 184 | poverty, so was Jovinian condemned for ~equaling marriage to 58 2, 185 | mendicant ~religious is to be condemned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 59 3, 1 | truth with those who are condemned." [*The words in brackets 60 3, 2 | holy ~Fathers, seeing this, condemned both in the Fifth Council 61 3, 2 | Ephesus (part iii, can. 3), ~condemned in these terms: "If anyone 62 3, 2 | buried. And this, too, was ~condemned with the approval of the 63 3, 2 | it is plainly a heresy ~condemned long since by the Church 64 3, 2 | styled opinions, but heresies condemned by the Church in Councils.~ 65 3, 9 | Constantinople, Act. 4] condemned the opinion of those who ~ 66 3, 19 | Sixth Council (Act. 18) condemned this opinion, and ~decreed 67 3, 25 | adorations. And this is what is condemned in the Councils. For it 68 3, 29 | espoused, she could not be condemned ~for adultery. Therefore 69 3, 29 | the priestly tribe ~was condemned to death for whoredom; for 70 3, 42 | truth which they ~hated, and condemned their vices. Hence we read ( 71 3, 42 | miracles: ~which art is condemned by the Christian learning. " 72 3, 46 | For the spots ~where the condemned are beheaded are outside 73 3, 46 | formerly the place of the condemned. But ~Adam was buried close 74 3, 46 | the common spot of the ~condemned rather than beside Adam' 75 3, 46 | other who mocked ~Him was condemned. Already He has signified 76 3, 47 | Hence it was that David condemned to death the man who ~"did 77 3, 59 | conquered, and was unjustly condemned. Hence He ~Himself says ( 78 3, 66 | immersion. And this was condemned in the early Church. Wherefore 79 3, 68 | for instance, if a man be condemned to ~death by the judge who 80 3, 81 | other meats, how must he be 'condemned' who, feigning himself a ~ 81 3, 82 | the degraded, as though condemned perpetually.~Aquin.: SMT 82 3, 88 | forgiven, nor will he be condemned for original sin."~Aquin.: 83 3, 88 | forgiven, nor will he be condemned for original sin," ~adds: " 84 3, 88 | these last sins he will be condemned to the same ~death, which 85 Suppl, 60| sin by killing the thief condemned to death: but ~it has permitted 86 Suppl, 62| there is in two persons condemned to the punishment of death, ~ 87 Suppl, 67| be beaten, and shall ~be condemned in a hundred sicles of silver, 88 Suppl, 69| guilt, so that those who are condemned are consigned to darker 89 Suppl, 69| than all those who were ~condemned to punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 90 Suppl, 70| declares the rich sinner to be condemned to fire, ~will any wise 91 Suppl, 70| prison, seeing themselves ~condemned thereto. Hence just as the 92 Suppl, 71| to a pagan priest who was condemned to hell; and yet he ~confessed 93 Suppl, 71| the judgment day) "for men condemned to ~the everlasting fire, 94 Suppl, 71| knowing them to be already condemned to eternal punishment, ~ 95 Suppl, 75| with Divine justice, ~which condemned human nature for the sin 96 Suppl, 80| and the air," which was condemned by Gregory in the city of ~ 97 Suppl, 85| than the place where He was condemned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 98 Suppl, 86| terrible to those who are ~condemned by His judgment. Now according 99 Suppl, 86| the ~believers about to be condemned, the unbelievers would reap 100 Suppl, 86| whereas unbelievers will be condemned as ~foes, who are wont among 101 Suppl, 86| the believers about to be condemned will not be terrible, because 102 Suppl, 87| show how justly those ~were condemned who scorned so great mercy, 103 Suppl, 96| fellowship of the saints and ~condemned to everlasting punishment, 104 Suppl, 96| saints why some are justly ~condemned to everlasting punishment 105 Suppl, 96| iv): "The wicked are all condemned to ~eternal punishment, 106 Suppl, 96| But this error ~has been condemned by the Church for two reasons. 107 Appen1, 1| the sin for which they are condemned. ~Yet this again would seem


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