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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heresy

    Part, Question
1 1, 28 | and this is the Sabellian heresy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 2 1, 31 | essential unities; which is heresy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 3 1, 31 | substance, Ep. lvii.], a ~heresy arises from words wrongly 4 1, 31 | Body Para. 3/4~To avoid the heresy of Sabellius, we must shun 5 1, 32 | opinion of itself involves heresy, especially if it ~be held 6 1, 32 | opinion without danger of heresy, before the matter has been ~ 7 1, 32 | error cannot be free from heresy. For this reason many ~things 8 1, 32 | follow, he ~would lapse into heresy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 9 1, 34 | utterance; which is the heresy of Valentine; as appears ~ 10 1, 39 | careless ~words involve risk of heresy" [*In substance Ep. lvii.]. 11 1, 39 | careless ~words involve risk of heresy" [*In substance Ep. lvii.]. 12 2, 64 | observe the mean ~between the heresy of Nestorius, who maintained 13 2, 64 | and two natures, and the heresy of Eutyches, who held to 14 2, 70 | forgive them. In contrast to heresy there is ~faith; to envy, 15 2, 72 | matters, for instance, by ~heresy, sacrilege, or blasphemy, 16 2, 81 | is part of the Pelagian heresy, as is clear from Augustine ~ 17 2, 109 | is part of ~the Pelagian heresy that "they believe that 18 2, 1 | became necessary through some heresy arising. Consequently this ~ 19 2, 5 | obstinate, he is no longer in heresy but ~only in error. Therefore 20 2, 10 | unbelief in general; (2) heresy; ~(3) apostasy from the 21 2, 10 | important points: ~thus, the heresy of Arius, who severed the 22 2, 11 | 11] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF HERESY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 23 2, 11 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider heresy: under which head there 24 2, 11 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether heresy is a kind of unbelief?~( 25 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heresy is a species of unbelief?~ 26 2, 11 | OBJ 1: It would seem that heresy is not a species of unbelief. 27 2, 11 | above (Q[10], A[2]). Now ~heresy would seem not to pertain 28 2, 11 | the flesh are manifest: Heresy is derived ~from a Greek 29 2, 11 | Q[13], A[1]). Therefore heresy is not a ~species of unbelief.~ 30 2, 11 | adulterer." Now the end of heresy is ~temporal profit, especially 31 2, 11 | above others." Therefore heresy is a species of pride rather 32 2, 11 | pertain to the flesh. Now heresy belongs to the works of 33 2, 11 | as heresies. Therefore ~heresy is not a species of unbelief.~ 34 2, 11 | new opinions. Therefore heresy is opposed ~to the truth, 35 2, 11 | I answer that, The word heresy as stated in the first objection 36 2, 11 | Body Para. 4/4~Therefore heresy is a species of unbelief, 37 2, 11 | also, the proximate end of heresy is ~adherence to one's own 38 2, 11 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as heresy is so called from its being 39 2, 11 | Etym. ~viii, 3). Wherefore heresy and sect are the same thing, 40 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heresy is properly about matters 41 2, 11 | OBJ 1: It would seem that heresy is not properly about matters 42 2, 11 | matters of faith. Therefore heresy ~is not about matters of 43 2, 11 | the thing believed. Now heresy is ~not only about things, 44 2, 11 | Jerome's works.] ~Therefore heresy is not properly about the 45 2, 11 | yet this was ~without any heresy on their part. Therefore 46 2, 11 | on their part. Therefore heresy is not properly about ~the 47 2, 11 | Rm. 1:17). Therefore ~heresy is about matters of faith, 48 2, 11 | that, We are speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption 49 2, 11 | faith; and there may be heresy in either ~way, even as 50 2, 11 | means should we ~accuse of heresy those who, however false 51 2, 11 | as ~they are convicted of heresy, to be not only excommunicated 52 2, 11 | profit that ensues from heresy is beside the intention ~ 53 2, 11 | receive those who return from heresy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 54 2, 11 | receive those ~who return from heresy. For it is written (Jer. 55 2, 11 | sinned by falling back into heresy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 56 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, heresy is a kind of unbelief. Now 57 2, 11 | assured in lapsing ~into heresy. For it is written (Eccles. 58 2, 11 | Penance those who return ~from heresy for the first time, but 59 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, heresy, since it pertains to unbelief, 60 2, 19 | whoever falls into a condemned heresy, is an unbeliever. ~But 61 2, 19 | to fall into a condemned heresy, viz. that of ~the Novatians, 62 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, heresy also divides a man from 63 2, 37 | distinguishes between schism and heresy, for he says that a "schismatic ~ 64 2, 37 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Heresy and schism are distinguished 65 2, 37 | essentially and directly. For heresy is ~essentially opposed 66 2, 37 | charity, so too ~schism and heresy are different vices, although 67 2, 37 | difference between schism and heresy to be that heresy holds ~ 68 2, 37 | schism and heresy to be that heresy holds ~false doctrine while 69 2, 37 | schism is the ~road to heresy. Wherefore Jerome adds ( 70 2, 37 | difference ~between schism and heresy: yet there is no schism 71 2, 37 | that does not devise ~some heresy for itself, that it may 72 2, 37 | in good or in evil. Now heresy results from ~something 73 2, 37 | if he fall into schism or heresy: ~and this is proved from 74 2, 92 | so are idolaters. But ~heresy is a species of unbelief, 75 2, 92 | idolatry, but not by ~the term heresy, which only means a false 76 2, 92 | false opinion. Therefore heresy is a ~species of unbelief, 77 2, 92 | of the sin, the Manichean heresy is ~more grievous than the 78 2, 98 | spiritual thing." Simony is ~heresy, since it is written (I, 79 2, 98 | pecunias.]): ~"The impious heresy of Macedonius and of those 80 2, 98 | or the Holy Ghost is the heresy of ~simony."~Aquin.: SMT 81 2, 98 | simony is said to be a ~"heresy," as regards the outward 82 2, 152 | order to lead someone into heresy, sins mortally ~on account 83 3, 2 | Therefore it is plainly a heresy ~condemned long since by 84 3, 2 | union). The second was the heresy of Nestorius ~and Theodore 85 3, 2 | these opinions fall into the heresy of Nestorius; the first, ~ 86 3, 16 | natural God. ~And this is the heresy of Photinus, which was disproved 87 3, 16 | words spoken ~amiss lead to heresy"; hence with us and heretics 88 3, 16 | qualification; in order to avoid the heresy of Arius, who, since he ~ 89 3, 20 | serving; and this is the heresy of ~Nestorius. Hence in 90 3, 28 | deny this belongs to the heresy of the ~Ebionites and Cerinthus, 91 3, 50 | of death: which is the ~heresy of the Gaianites, as Isidore 92 3, 74 | and in detestation of the ~heresy of the Nazarenes, who mixed 93 3, 75 | the first deviser of this ~heresy, was afterwards forced to 94 3, 82 | separated from the Church by heresy, schism, or excommunication. 95 3, 82 | separated ~from the Church by heresy, schism, or excommunication, 96 Suppl, 2 | to be ruined through his heresy, by reason of whose ~ruin 97 Suppl, 11| lest they be ~corrupted by heresy. He can also tell the prelate 98 Suppl, 38| bishop who has fallen into heresy is reconciled ~he is not 99 Suppl, 38| forfeited on account of heresy and the like. ~Neither therefore 100 Suppl, 41| wherefore this is a most wicked heresy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 101 Suppl, 42| grace (for it would be the heresy of ~Pelagius to assert that 102 Suppl, 59| Baptism, a person ~falls into heresy. Yet if such a person marry 103 Suppl, 80| 2 ~Further, this is the heresy of Eutychius, Bishop of 104 Suppl, 96| have conformed to ~some heresy from the first. And therefore 105 Appen2, 1| Church, incurs the note of ~heresy.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 2 Q[


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