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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 78 | unites the child and its ~parent." Wherefore it is clear 2 1, 92 | unites this child with its parent." From which it is clear 3 1, 98 | by the mere will of the parent the sex of the offspring 4 1, 99 | not ~transmitted from the parent. Therefore neither would 5 1, 99 | species, must be alike in parent and child, unless nature 6 1, 99 | necessarily exist alike in parent and child. ~Now original 7 1, 99 | is transmitted from the parent to ~the offspring; and for 8 1, 99 | not ~transmitted by the parent, is infused by God as soon 9 1, 99 | corruption had infected our first parent, he would not have begotten ~" 10 1, 100 | individual accident of ~our first parent, so far as he was established 11 1, 118 | posterity from ~the first parent, does not belong to the 12 2, 17 | of the sin of our ~first parent was that his nature was 13 2, 34 | from the ~sin of our first parent; because, as stated in the 14 2, 46 | liable to be transmitted from parent to child, than a disposition 15 2, 81 | other sins of our first parent, or of any other ~parents, 16 2, 81 | the first sin of our first parent is contracted by his ~descendants, 17 2, 81 | the first sin of our first parent is not ~contracted by others, 18 2, 81 | how the sin of our first parent could be ~transmitted by 19 2, 81 | show how the guilt of the parent's soul can be transmitted ~ 20 2, 81 | body are transmitted from parent to child - thus a ~leper 21 2, 81 | transmitted by way of origin from parent to child, and ~granted that 22 2, 81 | by the will of his first parent, who, by the movement of ~ 23 2, 81 | transmitted by the first parent to his descendants is called " 24 2, 81 | his nature from his first parent, for which reason it is ~ 25 2, 81 | transmits the human nature from parent ~to child, and with that 26 2, 81 | associated with his first parent in his guilt, through the ~ 27 2, 81 | other sins of the first parent or of nearer ancestors are ~ 28 2, 81 | sins, whether of the first parent ~or of nearer ancestors, 29 2, 81 | original sin from our first ~parent is because we were in him 30 2, 81 | the sin of their ~first parent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 31 2, 81 | the first sin of our first parent to be transmitted ~by way 32 2, 81 | human nature in our first parent. This gift the first man 33 2, 81 | however, whether of the first parent or of others, do ~not corrupt 34 2, 81 | Whether the sin of the first parent is transmitted, by the way 35 2, 81 | that the sin of the first parent is not ~transmitted, by 36 2, 81 | of the sin of our ~first parent, is transmitted to his posterity, 37 2, 81 | removal of sin of their first parent, but also unto the removal ~ 38 2, 81 | upon all from our first parent, in so ~far as we were all 39 2, 81 | transmitted ~from the first parent to his posterity, inasmuch 40 2, 81 | transmitted ~by the first parent in so far as he is the mover 41 2, 82 | transmitted from our first ~parent, as stated above (Q[81], 42 2, 82 | by the act of our first parent, ~but not by our own act): 43 2, 82 | sin alone of our ~first parent was transmitted to his posterity. 44 2, 82 | in the sin of our first parent, viz. pride, ~disobedience, 45 2, 82 | to the sin of our first parent, from whom it is transmitted 46 2, 83 | original sin from our first parent, in so ~far as we were in 47 2, 83 | from the will of our first parent to this posterity by a ~ 48 2, 83 | the sin alone of our first parent through carnal generation. 49 2, 85 | through the sin of our first parent. But the second good of 50 2, 85 | through the sin of our first parent, as already stated (Q[81], ~ 51 2, 85 | as a result of our first parent's sin. But since the inclination ~ 52 2, 85 | way the sin of our first parent is the ~cause of death and 53 2, 85 | by ~the sin of our first parent original justice was taken 54 2, 85 | through the ~sin of our first parent; just as human nature was 55 2, 98 | for the sin of the first parent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 56 2, 100 | of ~the sin of our first parent, and if a man be the executor 57 2, 102 | from the sin of our first parent, ~therefore circumcision 58 2, 109 | as it was in our first parent before sin; secondly, as 59 2, 109 | after the sin of our first parent. Now in both states ~human 60 2, 10 | of the sin of our first parent. If such like unbelievers 61 2, 25 | friendship between ~child and parent: while the friendship we 62 2, 29 | like superiors, and so a parent's love tends to ~conferring 63 2, 55 | offspring by her, and a parent is commensurate ~with the 64 2, 60 | another in order to succor a ~parent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 65 2, 63 | subject ~to the power of the parent, and the slave to the power 66 2, 63 | power of his master, a ~parent can lawfully strike his 67 2, 103 | The first sin of our first parent, from which sin was ~transmitted 68 2, 106 | through the sin of his parent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 69 3, 3 | from the sin of our ~first parent, for which the Incarnation 70 3, 14 | of the sin of our first parent, but are caused in some 71 3, 14 | of ~the sin of our first parent, as death, hunger, thirst, 72 3, 14 | from the sin of our first parent; ~but not other defects, 73 3, 28 | are begotten of the same parent. Therefore it ~seems that 74 3, 35 | that she is the mother or parent of God, but that she is ~ 75 3, 46 | for the sin of our first parent, which was the plucking 76 3, 51 | punishment of his first parent's sin, so also ~does he 77 3, 52 | the ~guilt of our first parent's sin; and these bars Christ 78 3, 52 | contracts from our first parent, ~as stated in Rm. 5 of 79 3, 52 | that, owing to our first parent's sin, the approach to the 80 3, 52 | hell owing to their first ~parent's sin. Therefore, much more 81 3, 59 | speak something of ~their parent, according to Ecclus. 30: 82 3, 70 | after the sin of our first parent, on account ~of the knowledge 83 Suppl, 45| enter religion without their parent's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 84 Suppl, 52| condition by reason of the ~parent's slavery. Since, however, 85 Suppl, 54| which the child is like the parent even in ~accidentals and 86 Suppl, 54| all ~men was in our first parent: which does not apply to 87 Suppl, 54| many from one proximate parent, as is the case ~with men, 88 Suppl, 54| Ex. 20:5) to visit the parent's sins ~on their children 89 Suppl, 54| but is born of the same parent. Hence there ~was not the 90 Suppl, 56| the godparent ~and carnal parent of the same person; and 91 Suppl, 56| carnal children of the same parent. ~Each of these hinders 92 Suppl, 65| the due relations of the ~parent with the offspring that 93 Suppl, 75| by the sin of our first parent is that we be ~born in original 94 Suppl, 75| for the sin of its first parent, that all ~who by the act 95 Suppl, 87| through the sin of our ~first parent. Hence, since the last judgment


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