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perjurers 1
perjures 1
perjuriis 1
perjury 82
permanence 13
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82 priestly
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perjury

   Part, Question
1 2, 88 | of God, e.g. ~blasphemy, perjury, and the like, or against 2 2, 100| against God include the sin of perjury, so also ~do they include 3 2, 100| is a precept forbidding perjury, "Thou shalt not take the ~ 4 2, 100| Likewise men are prone to perjury on account of ~the frequent 5 2, 100| second commandment forbids perjury. To this is added the prohibition ~ 6 2, 107| Thus the Old ~Law forbade perjury: and this is more safely 7 2, 107| For the Old Law forbade perjury, while the ~New Law proscribed 8 2, 108| murder, of ~adultery, and of perjury. Therefore it seems that, 9 2, 108| held a false opinion about ~perjury, for they thought that perjury 10 2, 108| perjury, for they thought that perjury indeed was a sin; but that 11 2, 12 | God is false. Therefore perjury is a more grievous sin ~ 12 2, 12 | Blasphemy is worse than perjury." The reason is ~that the 13 2, 68 | to commit a mortal sin of perjury. But this would not be ~ 14 2, 68 | The first is ~owing to perjury, since witnesses are admitted 15 2, 68 | grievous and among them is perjury: whereas they do not abhor 16 2, 87 | Augustine says in a sermon on perjury (Serm. clxxx): ~"When a 17 2, 87 | in danger of committing perjury, ~because man easily offends 18 2, 87 | habitually, we fall into ~perjury. Hence we find that he swore 19 2, 87 | have already ~committed perjury. Therefore it would seem 20 2, 95 | whereby God is tempted, and perjury, ~whereby God's name is 21 2, 96 | 98] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PERJURY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 22 2, 96 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider perjury: under which head there 23 2, 96 | falsehood is necessary for perjury?~(2) Whether perjury is 24 2, 96 | for perjury?~(2) Whether perjury is always a sin?~(3) Whether 25 2, 96 | Whether it is necessary for perjury that the statement confirmed 26 2, 96 | it is not necessary for perjury that the ~statement confirmed 27 2, 96 | truth. ~Since therefore perjury is incurred through lack 28 2, 96 | the name of God. Therefore perjury seems to consist in swearing 29 2, 96 | falsehood is not necessary for perjury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 30 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Perjury is defined "a falsehood 31 2, 96 | swearing, which is ~called perjury, takes its species chiefly 32 2, 96 | falsehood is essential to perjury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 33 2, 96 | three be ~lacking, there is perjury," but in different order. 34 2, 96 | For first and chiefly ~perjury consists in a lack of truth, 35 2, 96 | Article. Secondly, there is perjury when justice is lacking, 36 2, 96 | contrary. Thirdly, there is perjury when judgment is lacking, 37 2, 96 | truth by false gods, yet perjury takes its name from that 38 2, 96 | conditions required for perjury are to be found in some 39 2, 96 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all perjury is sinful?~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 96 | would seem that not all perjury is sinful. Whoever does 41 2, 96 | sometimes by ~committing a perjury one does what is best: as 42 2, 96 | deed. Therefore not ~all perjury is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 96 | would seem to be ~guilty of perjury unless he do it. Yet it 44 2, 96 | Therefore seemingly not all ~perjury is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS 45 2, 96 | cxxx), in ~speaking of perjury: "See how you should detest 46 2, 96 | a falsehood. Therefore ~perjury is manifestly a sin opposed 47 2, 96 | unlawful is thereby guilty of ~perjury through lack of justice: 48 2, 96 | oath, he ~is not guilty of perjury in this respect, since that 49 2, 96 | or the like, is guilty of perjury through lack of judgment. ~ 50 2, 96 | best it is not an act of perjury, but ~contrary thereto: 51 2, 96 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all perjury is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 52 2, 96 | would seem that not all perjury is a mortal sin. It is laid ~ 53 2, 96 | order to avoid occasions of perjury, ~let them not be told expressly 54 2, 96 | sin." Therefore not all perjury is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 55 2, 96 | infamy through ~committing perjury (VI, qu. i, cap. Infames). 56 2, 96 | incurred through any kind of perjury, as it is prescribed ~in 57 2, 96 | declaratory oath violated by perjury [*Cap. Cum ~dilectus, de 58 2, 96 | Therefore, seemingly, not all perjury is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 59 2, 96 | precept is a ~mortal sin. Now perjury is contrary to a divine 60 2, 96 | God is a ~mortal sin. Now perjury, of its very nature implies 61 2, 96 | Therefore it is manifest that ~perjury, of its very nature, is 62 2, 96 | under coercion is guilty of perjury and sins mortally. Nevertheless 63 2, 96 | excused from ~the sin of perjury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 64 2, 96 | more grievous to commit ~perjury in swearing by God than 65 2, 96 | destroys himself ~by his perjury, but it is he who urged 66 2, 96 | had to denounce another's ~perjury: wherefore it must be understood 67 2, 96 | followed, if the sin ~of perjury should be hidden, especially 68 2, 116| treachery, fraud, falsehood, perjury, restlessness, violence, 69 2, 116| treachery, fraud, falsehood, perjury, restlessness, ~violence, 70 2, 116| are opposed to prudence, perjury to religion, restlessness 71 2, 116| are "lying, fraud, theft, perjury, greed of filthy ~lucre, 72 2, 116| if it be mere words, ~"perjury" if he confirm his statement 73 2, 120| much more grievous than perjury. Therefore blasphemy and 74 2, 120| second precept, which forbids perjury that pertains to irreligion.~ 75 2, 120| which is chiefly called perjury, as ~stated above (Q[98], 76 2, 120| include the ~prohibition of perjury, which is of more frequent 77 2, 120| in ~which of God's names perjury is committed.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 152| penance is to be enjoined ~for perjury as for adultery, fornication, 79 3, 40 | thieving and lying, or even of perjury. But forasmuch as ~Christ 80 3, 40 | an occasion ~of theft and perjury, as Solomon seems to add ( 81 3, 40 | is guilty of theft ~and perjury. But voluntary poverty is 82 3, 89 | or caught ~in the act of perjury, robbery, fornication, and


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