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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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freed

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | more ardently desires to be freed ~from them, and depart to 2 1, 23 | by which whosoever are freed will ~most certainly be 3 1, 23 | will ~most certainly be freed."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 4 1, 83 | the common sense is partly freed; so that sometimes ~while 5 2, 37 | which a man hopes to be freed from sorrow. And thus, " 6 2, 78 | through certain malice, being freed from the bridle, as it ~ 7 2, 98 | and when they had been freed from slavery, it was fitting 8 2, 113 | vice of wastefulness he is freed from ~the sin of miserliness. 9 2, 113 | to be illuminated, to be freed from ~darkness is, in the 10 2, 113 | order of nature the being freed from sin is prior to the ~ 11 2, 14 | more a man's intellect ~is freed from those phantasms, the 12 2, 30 | follow ~Christ, and being freed from care, to be needy with 13 2, 98 | excused because he ~thus freed himself of a grievance. 14 2, 98 | he is understood to have freed himself of his grievance. ~ 15 2, 98 | profession. But no one should ~be freed from the obligation of a 16 2, 102 | Christ's body, are men freed from the law of subjection, 17 2, 102 | this state of life we are freed by the grace of Christ from ~ 18 2, 152 | inconstancy of the flesh, is freed from eternal loss, in so 19 2, 152 | inconstancy; but not so as to be ~freed by pious works, if he persist 20 2, 182 | acquires a state by being freed from servitude. ~But one 21 2, 182 | from servitude. ~But one is freed from the servitude of sin 22 3, 27 | personal stain; but she was not freed from the guilt to ~which 23 3, 27 | the whole human nature is freed from all corruption of sin ~ 24 3, 27 | whose power no one had been freed from the first sentence ~ 25 3, 27 | faith in Christ, some were freed ~from that condemnation, 26 3, 27 | fitting that any one should be freed ~from that condemnation, 27 3, 27 | womb, ~the Virgin was not freed from the fomes in its essence, 28 3, 27 | away: while she was not freed from ~death and other such 29 3, 35 | Paschal-time], so by His pains He freed us from our pains; ~and 30 3, 37 | decrepitude of which we ~are freed by Christ's Passion. Consequently 31 3, 47 | For since men were to be freed from sin by Christ's death, ~ 32 3, 48 | the cost of which we were freed from both obligations. For 33 3, 48 | while inasmuch as we are freed from the servitude of guilt, ~ 34 3, 49 | inquiry:~(1) Whether we were freed from sin by Christ's Passion?~( 35 3, 49 | devil?~(3) Whether we were freed thereby from our debt of 36 3, 49 | said that ~Christ's Passion freed us from the devil's power, 37 3, 49 | Para. 1/1~Whether men were freed from the punishment of sin 38 3, 49 | would seem that men were not freed from the punishment of sin ~ 39 3, 49 | Consequently, men were not freed from the debt of ~punishment 40 3, 49 | who are His members, are freed by His ~Passion from all 41 3, 52 | coming into hell they were freed from their sufferings. But 42 3, 52 | understood as to their being freed from ~penal sufferings. 43 3, 66 | deleted, but the soul is freed ~from the stain and debt 44 3, 69 | Baptism?~(2) Whether man is freed from all punishment by Baptism?~( 45 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether man is freed by Baptism from all debt 46 3, 69 | It seems that man is not freed by Baptism from all debt 47 3, 69 | Consequently he who is baptized, is freed from the debt of ~all punishment 48 3, 69 | although a murderer is freed by Baptism from ~his debt 49 3, 69 | therefore, should man be freed from the penalties of the 50 3, 88 | man. ~But a slave who is freed by his master returns to 51 3, 88 | slavery from which he was freed, or even to a worse state. 52 3, 88 | against God after being freed from sin, returns to ~the 53 Suppl, 13| on himself, this other is freed from his debt. ~Therefore 54 Suppl, 13| so that one man is not freed ~from guilt by another's 55 Suppl, 26| sight of God, yet he is not freed from the obligation ~of 56 Suppl, 26| consequently the individual is not freed from the entire debt of ~ 57 Suppl, 27| punishment, since none can be freed from punishment who is not 58 Suppl, 27| punishment who is not yet ~freed from guilt. For he who has 59 Suppl, 37| by which man is wholly freed ~from the slavery of the 60 Suppl, 39| many of his flock were freed ~from slavery. Hence we 61 Suppl, 59| a converted slave is not freed from the bond of ~slavery, 62 Suppl, 59| and consequently he is freed ~from the obligation whereby 63 Suppl, 59| death; and therefore he is freed from paying the marriage 64 Suppl, 59| accomplish unless he were freed from ~his obligation to 65 Suppl, 61| religion, the ~other is not freed from the marriage tie. But 66 Suppl, 61| wherefore the other is freed therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP 67 Suppl, 62| cohabitation. But she is freed from both ~obligations by 68 Suppl, 71| debt of a dead person is freed from his own debt, it would ~ 69 Suppl, 71| that they ~are entirely freed from punishment, not absolutely 70 Suppl, 71| sins and in consequence was freed from punishment. The same 71 Suppl, 71| Trajan's soul was not simply freed from the ~debt of eternal 72 Suppl, 96| Catholic faith will be freed from eternal punishment, 73 Suppl, 96| from which a man will be freed through the works ~of mercy 74 Appen1, 1| improbable that the soul freed from its bodily burden ~ 75 Appen1, 2| punishment?~(6) Whether one is freed from that punishment sooner 76 Appen1, 2| contrary, No one asks to be freed from a punishment that he ~ 77 Appen1, 2| Further, the same subject is freed from sin as falls into sin. ~ 78 Appen1, 2| is another's debtor, is freed from his ~indebtedness by 79 Appen1, 2| punishment, a person is freed from ~that obligation by


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