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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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iniquity

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1 1, 20 | hatest all the workers of ~iniquity." Now nothing is at the 2 1, 63 | day of thy creation until ~iniquity was found in thee." But 3 1, 64 | day of thy creation until ~iniquity was found in thee." But 4 2, 27 | Ps. 10:6: "He that loveth iniquity, hateth ~his own soul": 5 2, 27 | this way that man ~"loves iniquity," inasmuch as, by means 6 2, 27 | inasmuch as, by means of iniquity, some good is gained; ~pleasure, 7 2, 28 | zelaveris] them that work iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 8 2, 29 | 10:6): "He that loveth iniquity, hateth his own soul." But 9 2, 29 | own soul." But many love ~iniquity. Therefore many hate themselves.~ 10 2, 29 | these ways, "he that loveth iniquity hateth" not only "his ~own 11 2, 32 | charity "rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth with the 12 2, 81 | The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father." But he would 13 2, 81 | But he would bear ~the iniquity if he contracted it from 14 2, 81 | is said not to bear the iniquity of his father, ~because 15 2, 81 | jealous, visiting the iniquity of the fathers ~upon the 16 2, 87 | ourselves in the way of iniquity." Thirdly, on the part of 17 2, 87 | have seen ~those who work iniquity . . . perishing by the blast 18 2, 87 | jealous, visiting the ~iniquity of the fathers upon the 19 2, 87 | son shall not bear ~the iniquity of the father."~Aquin.: 20 2, 94 | the hearts of men, which iniquity itself effaces not." But 21 2, 113 | committeth sin, ~committeth also iniquity; and sin is iniquity." And 22 2, 113 | also iniquity; and sin is iniquity." And thus the removal of ~ 23 2, 114 | friends of the ~mammon of iniquity, that when you shall fail 24 2, 114 | from his justice and do iniquity . . . all his justices ~ 25 2, 19 | according to Gn. 4:13: "My iniquity is greater than that I ~ 26 2, 24 | 10:6): "He that loveth iniquity, ~hateth his own soul."~ 27 2, 27 | rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth with the 28 2, 30 | friends of the mammon of ~iniquity." Now mammon signifies riches. 29 2, 30 | riches are called riches of iniquity, as stated in De Quaest. 30 2, 30 | riches are styled riches "of iniquity," i.e., of ~"inequality," 31 2, 30 | friends of the mammon of iniquity, that when you shall fail, 32 2, 31 | sense again all "sin is iniquity" (1 Jn. 3:4), through ~being 33 2, 34 | nor envy them that work ~iniquity," and elsewhere (Ps. 72: 34 2, 56 | Jn. 3:4) that all "sin is iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 35 2, 57 | 1 Jn. 3:4): "All sin is iniquity [*Vulg.: 'Whosoever committeth ~ 36 2, 57 | committeth ~sin, committeth also iniquity; and sin is iniquity']." 37 2, 57 | also iniquity; and sin is iniquity']." Now iniquity would ~ 38 2, 57 | sin is iniquity']." Now iniquity would ~seem to be the same 39 2, 57 | the same as inequality or iniquity. ~Therefore injustice is 40 2, 57 | sense all sin is said to be iniquity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 41 2, 61 | according ~to Dan. 13:5: "Iniquity came out from the ancients 42 2, 61 | of the people [*Vulg.: ~'Iniquity came out of Babylon from 43 2, 66 | utter it, he shall bear his ~iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 44 2, 81 | Osee 14:3): "Take away all iniquity, and receive the good: and ~ 45 2, 87 | much shall be filled with iniquity": and Augustine says (De 46 2, 87 | pretended equity is a twofold iniquity," as ~Augustine [*Enarr. 47 2, 96 | utter it, he shall bear his iniquity." Hence it would seem that ~ 48 2, 98 | friends of the mammon of iniquity." To preachers also, who 49 2, 106 | jealous, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the ~ 50 2, 106 | the Lord, ~"Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the 51 2, 108 | breaks his faith is guilty of iniquity." Now ~no one is said to 52 2, 108 | faith or "to be guilty of iniquity," for a ~venial sin. Therefore 53 2, 108 | venial sin can be called "iniquity" in a broad ~sense, in so 54 2, 108 | Jn. 3:4): "Every sin is iniquity [*Vulg.: 'And sin is ~iniquity.']." 55 2, 108 | iniquity [*Vulg.: 'And sin is ~iniquity.']." It is in this sense 56 2, 109 | gloss on Lam. 4:6, "The iniquity . . . of ~my people is made 57 2, 109 | hypocrisy, which is a greater iniquity ~than the sin of Sodom." 58 2, 116 | Being filled with all iniquity, ~malice, fornication, covetousness" [ 59 2, 116 | Being ~filled with all iniquity . . . fornication, covetousness [ 60 2, 127 | put away ~from thee the iniquity that is in thy hand . . . 61 2, 146 | Ezech. 16:49, "This was the iniquity of Sodom, thy sister . . . 62 2, 165 | have labored ~to commit iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[167] 63 3, 8 | 2:7, "For the mystery of iniquity already worketh."~Aquin.: 64 3, 15 | Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity ~of us all" (i.e. He gave 65 3, 31 | Vulg.: 'Visiting'] the iniquity of ~the fathers upon the 66 3, 46 | 1 Cor. 1:30); whereas iniquity applies to thieves. Therefore 67 3, 47 | faithful, and without any iniquity." Therefore He did not hand 68 3, 49 | and in all seduction ~of iniquity." Consequently it seems 69 3, 49 | hatest ~all the workers of iniquity." In another way, inasmuch 70 3, 80 | dist. 2). Later on, when "iniquity abounded and charity ~grew 71 3, 83 | Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of Thy ~people." And therefore, 72 3, 84 | tender mercies, blot out my iniquity." Wherefore the words of 73 3, 84 | he said (Gn. 4:13): "My iniquity is greater than ~that I 74 3, 85 | charity "rejoiceth not at iniquity, but ~rejoiceth with the 75 3, 88 | from his justice, and do iniquity . . . all his justices ~ 76 Suppl, 39| son should not bear the ~iniquity of the father (Ezech. 18: 77 Suppl, 39| illegitimate birth do not bear the iniquity ~of their father through 78 Suppl, 96| friends of the mammon of ~iniquity" (Lk. 16:9).~Aquin.: SMT


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