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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tempt

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | in order that they may tempt men, and thus the darksome ~ 2 1, 65 | in order that they may tempt men, and thus the darksome ~ 3 1, 113 | the demons?~(2) Whether to tempt is proper to the devil?~( 4 1, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to tempt is proper to the devil?~ 5 1, 113 | 1: It would seem that to tempt is not proper to the devil. 6 1, 113 | devil. For God ~is said to tempt, according to Gn. 22:1, " 7 1, 113 | world. Again, man is said to tempt ~God, and to tempt man. 8 1, 113 | said to tempt ~God, and to tempt man. Therefore it is not 9 1, 113 | not proper to the devil to tempt.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 10 1, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to tempt is a sign of ignorance. 11 1, 113 | Therefore the demons do not tempt.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 12 1, 113 | not in ~their province to tempt.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 13 1, 113 | devil, whose office it is to tempt."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 14 1, 113 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, To tempt is, properly speaking, to 15 1, 113 | various beings are said to tempt in various ~ways. For man 16 1, 113 | ways. For man is said to tempt, sometimes indeed merely 17 1, 113 | this reason it is a sin to tempt God; for man, ~being uncertain 18 1, 113 | be his proper office to tempt: for ~thought at times man 19 1, 113 | the devil. ~God is said to tempt that He may know, in the 20 1, 113 | and the world are said to tempt as the instruments or matter ~ 21 1, 113 | disposition of man, so that he may tempt him to that vice to ~which 22 1, 113 | overcome he can ~no more tempt any man at all, neither 23 1, 113 | And others say that he can tempt others, but not the same 24 1, 113 | works], ~"the devil does not tempt man for just as long as 25 1, 113 | although He allows him to tempt for a short time, ~He orders 26 2, 80 | case, the devil would never tempt man, unless ~he appeared 27 2, 98 | said (Acts 15:10): "Why ~tempt you (God) to put a yoke 28 2, 101 | Peter (Acts 15:10): ~"Why tempt you God, to put a yoke upon 29 2, 105 | and anxiety, it would not tempt the ambition of the common 30 2, 38 | because ~it would be to tempt God, if notwithstanding 31 2, 51 | assistance, he would seem to tempt God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 32 2, 53 | the world and the flesh tempt us, in so far as worldly 33 2, 87 | Divine Providence is to tempt God, and ~this is altogether 34 2, 87 | Dt. 6:16, "Thou shalt not tempt ~the Lord thy God." Now 35 2, 95 | who work miracles would tempt ~God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] 36 2, 95 | lest it should dare to ~tempt God when it has to strive 37 2, 95 | that, Properly speaking, to tempt is to test the person ~tempted. 38 2, 95 | Philistines in order to tempt them. In ~the second place 39 2, 95 | will or wisdom. But He will tempt God implicitly, ~if, though 40 2, 95 | motive, this ~is not to tempt God: for it is written ( 41 2, 95 | urgent motive, this is to tempt God implicitly. ~Wherefore 42 2, 95 | Dt. 6:16, "Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God," ~says: " 43 2, 95 | does not follow that they tempt God. But if ~they were to 44 2, 95 | God, but lest ~he should tempt God, were he not to flee 45 2, 95 | 1~Whether it is a sin to tempt God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] 46 2, 95 | that it is not a sin to tempt God. For God has not ~commanded 47 2, 95 | which is the same as to ~tempt, Him: for it is written ( 48 2, 95 | seems not to be a sin to tempt God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] 49 2, 95 | Therefore it is not a sin to tempt God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] 50 2, 95 | not ask, ~and I will not tempt the Lord," and then it was 51 2, 95 | Therefore it is not a sin to tempt God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] 52 2, 95 | 6:10): "Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God."~Aquin.: 53 2, 95 | stated above (A[1]), to tempt a person is to put him ~ 54 2, 95 | latter way God is said to tempt us. Now it is a sin to be 55 2, 95 | evident that it is a sin to tempt God in order that the tempter 56 2, 95 | wherefore they did not tempt God by paying tithes. The 57 2, 95 | hearts," says that "to tempt God is to pray to Him deceitfully, 58 2, 95 | the gloss quoted above "to tempt God is to ~pray to Him inordinately." 59 2, 95 | 83], A[15]). Therefore to tempt God is a sin ~opposed to 60 2, 95 | Now it is evident that to ~tempt a person pertains to irreverence 61 2, 95 | since no one presumes to ~tempt one of whose excellence 62 2, 95 | it is manifest that to ~tempt God is a sin opposed to 63 2, 95 | irreverence towards God. To tempt God is one of ~these; wherefore 64 2, 95 | does ~not follow that to tempt God is directly opposed 65 2, 95 | My rest." ~Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than 66 2, 95 | to religion. Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than ~ 67 2, 99 | considered aright, would be to tempt God: since, while having 68 2, 152 | say to rape, but even to tempt a consecrated ~virgin with 69 2, 163 | become evil through sin can tempt by ~leading another into 70 2, 163 | wherefore he ~was unable to tempt him by inward suggestion, 71 3, 41 | Christ to be tempted. ~For to tempt is to make an experiment, 72 3, 41 | wherefore (the devil) wished to tempt ~Him. This is implied by 73 3, 41 | would not have dared to tempt Him." Moreover, ~this appears 74 3, 41 | spirit would ~find Him and tempt Him." But He suffered from 75 3, 41 | sees us alone. ~Thus did he tempt the woman in the beginning 76 3, 41 | on, he returned, not to tempt Him, but to ~assail Him 77 3, 41 | in this later assault to tempt Christ to dejection and 78 3, 41 | Temple, he purposed to tempt Him to pride or vainglory. 79 3, 41 | does not straight away tempt the spiritual man to grave 80 3, 41 | but he went ~so far as to tempt Christ, for the sake of 81 3, 41 | from the desire of glory to tempt God ~by casting Himself 82 3, 49 | it, the devil can still tempt men's souls ~and harass 83 Appen1, 2| in sin." Now the demons tempt ~us to sin, not only mortal,


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