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73 presuppose
73 refrain
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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owe

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | because God is good." But we owe our existence to God as 2 1, 75 | form, however, does not ~owe its existence to some formal 3 1, 75 | Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness that 4 1, 74 | form, however, does not ~owe its existence to some formal 5 1, 74 | Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness that 6 1, 77 | memorative powers in man owe their ~excellence not to 7 1, 104 | upwards, which does not owe to him its natural inclination 8 2, 2 | De Consol. iii), "many owe their ~renown to the lying 9 2, 21 | unless, ~perchance, he owe retribution to himself, 10 2, 102 | order to show that to God we owe both life and a sufficiency 11 2, 102 | things ~of this lower world owe their variety chiefly to 12 2, 12 | so that they no longer owe him allegiance?~Aquin.: 13 2, 12 | faith, that they no longer ~owe him allegiance. For Ambrose [* 14 2, 12 | sacred ~bond of an oath owe allegiance to excommunicated 15 2, 24 | our neighbor. For as we owe God love, so do we owe Him 16 2, 24 | we owe God love, so do we owe Him fear, ~according Dt. 17 2, 25 | before ~all, the citizens owe fidelity and obedience. 18 2, 57 | that which he ~does not owe him, he causes neither injustice 19 2, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, we owe more compensation to one 20 2, 66 | is written (Rm. 13:8): "Owe no man anything, but to 21 2, 67 | as ~regards the love we owe God, nor as to the love 22 2, 79 | to pay God as much as we owe Him, but equality in consideration 23 2, 81 | essential to the love which ~we owe to our neighbor, as stated 24 2, 82 | as being men to whom we owe ~esteem and reverence and 25 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 3: The fidelity we owe to God does not require 26 2, 87 | arises from the fidelity we owe God, which binds us to fulfil 27 2, 87 | arises from ~the reverence we owe Him which binds us to make 28 2, 89 | praise. In this respect we owe Him reverence and the honor 29 2, 89 | good. In this respect we owe Him praise; wherefore it 30 2, 90 | religion, the equal of what we owe ~Him. Therefore superstition 31 2, 95 | pay others the respect we owe to our parents. ~Now God 32 2, 95 | a creature the ~honor we owe to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 33 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, We owe something to our parents 34 2, 99 | essentially, and accidentally. We owe them essentially that ~which 35 2, 99 | includes whatever support we owe them; and the ~reason for 36 2, 99 | s ~parents the honor we owe them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 37 2, 100 | equivalent to those to whom we owe anything. Now this cannot 38 2, 100 | justice that we pay what we owe: wherefore ~this belongs 39 2, 100 | justice. Now we do ~not owe worship and honor to all 40 2, 100 | Further, not only do we owe honor to persons of dignity 41 2, 100 | are ~placed over us; we owe them also fear and a certain 42 2, 100 | whom honor." Moreover, we owe them reverence and subjection, ~ 43 2, 100 | is in this way that we owe worship and honor to persons 44 2, 101 | by creation, to Whom ~we owe latria." Now the virtue 45 2, 104 | Accordingly, since what we owe God, or our father, or a 46 2, 104 | not the same as what we owe a benefactor from whom we 47 2, 104 | off, whatever we happen to owe them; such as good advice, ~ 48 2, 104 | restore at once what we owe, unless the term be fixed. 49 2, 104 | according to Rm. 13:8, "Owe no man anything, ~but to 50 2, 105 | repayment in being unwilling ~to owe anything, according to the 51 2, 105 | the Apostle (Rm. 13:8), "Owe no man ~anything." Yet " 52 2, 105 | Hence that anyone should owe ~this debt unwillingly seems 53 2, 120 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we owe our parents not merely honor 54 2, 120 | deserves to lose it. Now we owe the favor of bodily life 55 2, 120 | other hand, the duties we owe to our neighbor are paid 56 2, 123 | lacking in the ~service they owe their masters.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 130 | opposed to the reverence we owe God, according to ~Ezech. 58 2, 152 | since children naturally owe their ~parents honor. Hence 59 2, 152 | grievous according as ~we owe a greater love to the person 60 2, 152 | natural respect ~which we owe persons related to us.~Aquin.: 61 2, 155 | greatest ~virtues, since they owe their praise to the fact 62 2, 159 | but to God alone do we owe ~the worship of latria. ~ 63 2, 187 | owes money. Now persons who owe money to anyone cannot enter ~ 64 2, 187 | despite of the duty they owe their ~parents, enter religion 65 2, 187 | other hand, he does not owe his father a special debt, 66 3, 64 | OBJ 3: Wicked men do not owe their power of conferring 67 3, 88 | have ~avoided committing, I owe it to Thy grace." Now innocence 68 Suppl, 12| debt is meant the debt we owe to God by reason of the ~ 69 Suppl, 13| whatever ~good we have, we owe to Him. Therefore, as satisfaction 70 Suppl, 25| all ~the punishment you owe for your sins." Therefore 71 Suppl, 29| sacraments of the New ~Law owe their institution to Christ 72 Suppl, 65| in reference to this they owe one another ~"fidelity" 73 Suppl, 66| faith. But ~in those which owe their institution to the


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