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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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swear

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1 2, 100 | Apostle says (Heb. 6:16), "men swear by one greater ~than themselves; 2 2, 76 | he were to induce him to swear by false gods, he ~would 3 2, 81 | for if it be unlawful to swear, it is ~also unlawful to 4 2, 87 | Whether it is lawful to swear by a creature?~(7) Whether 5 2, 87 | dispensation?~(10) Who may lawfully swear, and when?~Aquin.: SMT SS 6 2, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to swear is to call God to witness?~ 7 2, 87 | 1: It would seem that to swear is not to call God to witness. ~ 8 2, 87 | contains. Therefore, if to swear is to call ~God to witness, 9 2, 87 | authority of Holy Writ would swear. ~But this is false Therefore 10 2, 87 | says [*Serm. clxxx] that to swear [jurare] is "to pay the ~ 11 2, 87 | truth to God." Therefore to swear is not to call ~God to witness.~ 12 2, 87 | enemies." Therefore to swear is not to call God to witness.~ 13 2, 87 | witness ~is named "jurare" [to swear] because it is established 14 2, 87 | Whether it is lawful to swear?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 15 2, 87 | that it is not lawful to swear. Nothing forbidden ~in the 16 2, 87 | But I ~say to you not to swear at all"; and (James 5:12), " 17 2, 87 | all things, my ~brethren, swear not." Therefore swearing 18 2, 87 | thy ~God . . . and shalt swear by His name."~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 87 | our ~Saviour forbade us to swear, not by God, but by heaven 20 2, 87 | saying, 'I say to you, not to swear at all'; ~lest, to wit, 21 2, 87 | wit, swearing lead us to swear easily and from swearing 22 2, 87 | i. 17): "If ~you have to swear, note that the necessity 23 2, 87 | infirmity you are forced to swear."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 24 2, 87 | Jer. 4:2): "Thou shalt swear: As the ~Lord liveth, in 25 2, 87 | an oath. First, that one swear, not for frivolous, but 26 2, 87 | Him only, and thou shalt swear by His name." Now he ~speaks 27 2, 87 | says (Heb. 6:16) that "men swear by one greater than themselves," 28 2, 87 | Metaph. i, 3) that "to swear is to give very great honor." 29 2, 87 | 7] declares]: "and if he swear in vain," ~i.e. without 30 2, 87 | Whether it is lawful to swear by creatures?~Aquin.: SMT 31 2, 87 | that it is not lawful to swear by creatures. It is ~written ( 32 2, 87 | 36): "I say to you not to swear at all, neither by ~heaven . . . 33 2, 87 | Therefore it is unlawful to swear by ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 34 2, 87 | Therefore it is not lawful to swear by a creature.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 87 | Moreover it is customary to swear by the Gospel, by relics, 36 2, 87 | the Divine ~truth. Thus we swear by the Gospel, i.e. by God 37 2, 87 | Thus ~a man is wont to swear by his head, or by his son, 38 2, 87 | Our Lord forbade us to swear by creatures so as to give ~ 39 2, 87 | strange gods you shall not swear." But religious worship 40 2, 87 | instance, if one were to swear to ~commit a sin, or to 41 2, 87 | example, if one were to swear that ~it would rain tomorrow), 42 2, 87 | nature (as, if a man were to swear to commit adultery), ~or 43 2, 87 | good, as if a man were to swear ~not to enter religion, 44 2, 87 | difference: because if a man swear to commit a sin, he sinned ~ 45 2, 87 | his oath: whereas if a man swear not to ~perform a greater 46 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to swear by God is more than to swear 47 2, 87 | swear by God is more than to swear by the Gospels: ~wherefore 48 2, 87 | seems a small thing to swear by God, but a great thing 49 2, 87 | God, but a great thing to swear by the ~Gospels. To those 50 2, 87 | at all times are wont to swear ~by God. Much more, therefore, 51 2, 87 | therefore, is it lawful to swear by the Gospels.~Aquin.: 52 2, 87 | an angel is competent to swear, for it is written ~(Apoc. 53 2, 87 | ecclesiastical ~orders dare to swear on the Holy Gospels to a 54 2, 87 | and are not called upon to swear, because they have not ~ 55 2, 87 | that he who ventures to swear on holy things ~should do 56 2, 87 | persons of great dignity to swear." For ~this reason the law 57 2, 87 | that ~"priests should not swear for trifling reasons." Nevertheless 58 2, 87 | it is ~lawful for them to swear if there be need for it, 59 2, 87 | accordingly is a graver matter to swear by God ~than the Gospels. 60 2, 87 | is unbecoming for them to swear; while others are of such 61 2, 88 | Christ, it be unlawful to swear, it is evident ~that neither 62 2, 88 | is to induce a person to swear. Now it belongs ~to man' 63 2, 88 | superior to induce him to swear, for the superior imposes 64 2, 88 | is not to induce a man to swear, but to employ ~terms resembling 65 2, 96 | Jacobi; Serm. clxxx): ~"Men swear falsely both in deceiving 66 2, 96 | is: "Supposing a man ~to swear, thinking that what he swears 67 2, 96 | occurrence: thus a state may ~swear to fulfil some obligation, 68 2, 96 | the oath; or a canon may swear to keep the ~statutes of 69 2, 96 | above (Q[89], A[1]), to swear is to call God as ~witness. 70 2, 96 | it is a greater ~thing to swear by God than by the Gospels." 71 2, 96 | always a mortal ~sin to swear by God to something false; 72 2, 96 | 19:12): "Thou shalt not swear falsely by My name." ~Therefore 73 2, 96 | a more grievous sin to swear solemnly by the Gospels, ~ 74 2, 96 | by the Gospels, ~than to swear by God in ordinary conversation, 75 2, 96 | falsely. If he knows him to swear truly, it is useless for 76 2, 96 | and if he believes him to swear falsely, for his own part 77 2, 96 | person, especially if he swear falsely, because he would 78 2, 96 | Just as it is a sin to swear falsely so is it ~to swear 79 2, 96 | swear falsely so is it ~to swear by false gods. Yet it is 80 2, 96 | knows not that the man ~will swear falsely, and says to him 81 2, 96 | says to him accordingly: 'Swear to me' in order ~that he 82 2, 96 | and ~yet forces him to swear, he is a murderer: for the 83 2, 96 | whether he knows that he will swear falsely or truly, because ~ 84 2, 96 | know that the other will swear ~truly or falsely, for at 85 2, 96 | fact, and believes ~he will swear truly. In such a case he 86 2, 96 | though we are ~forbidden to swear, I do not remember ever 87 2, 96 | accord he ~forces another to swear, knowing that he will swear 88 2, 96 | swear, knowing that he will swear falsely.~Aquin.: SMT SS 89 2, 96 | oath of one who is ready to swear by false ~gods, but it is 90 2, 96 | lawful to induce him to swear by false gods. Yet it ~seems 91 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To swear to nothing means to swear 92 2, 120 | swear to nothing means to swear to that which is not. ~This 93 2, 120 | through ~levity, if he swear to the truth, there is no 94 3, 60 | reason must not be obliged to swear: and whoever has ~foresworn 95 3, 64 | believe that it is unlawful to swear in ~any case whatever, and 96 Suppl, 11| confession, and is forced to swear to ~tell the truth - or 97 Suppl, 11| wronging his conscience he can swear that he knows not, ~what 98 Suppl, 46| else it would be useless to swear to a future ~marriage. Therefore 99 Suppl, 47| Reply OBJ 3: They do not swear except with the implied 100 Suppl, 55| to ~suspicion, unless he swear that the information lodged


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