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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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condemnation

   Part, Question
1 2, 39 | evil is evil: wherefore in condemnation of certain men, it is ~written ( 2 2, 89 | that "there ~is . . . no condemnation to them that are in Christ 3 2, 89 | concupiscence is not a matter of condemnation to those who walk not ~according 4 2, 89 | unbelievers this is a matter of condemnation. Therefore the ~first movements 5 2, 89 | does not impute to one unto condemnation, what ~He does not impute 6 2, 89 | movements to ~believers, unto condemnation. Neither therefore does 7 2, 89 | Apostle is speaking of the condemnation due to original ~sin, which 8 2, 89 | to original ~sin, which condemnation is remitted by the grace 9 2, 89 | not in them a sign of the ~condemnation due to original sin, as 10 2, 98 | for this is due to the condemnation of ~the human race for the 11 2, 102 | synagogue, to signify either the condemnation of the unbelieving Jews, 12 2, 102 | The second reason was in ~condemnation of unnatural sins. The third 13 2, 106 | death and a ministration of condemnation: ~whereas he calls the other 14 2, 106 | are delivered from ~the condemnation due to transgression."~Aquin.: 15 2, 2 | there is ~no" danger or "condemnation to them that are in Christ 16 2, 31 | this is signified by God's condemnation of those who ~touched the 17 2, 31 | does he bring a further condemnation on himself, although ~thereby 18 2, 31 | proves himself deserving of condemnation, either in his ~brother' 19 2, 31 | pronouncing sentence of condemnation against a sinner, ~for fear 20 2, 34 | those men, or for their condemnation, and such goods are as ~ 21 2, 58 | be equally deserving of condemnation on account of ~another or 22 2, 65 | man ~may pass sentence of condemnation on a man even though there 23 2, 67 | which would lead to ~one's condemnation?~(2) Whether it is lawful 24 2, 67 | Whether it is lawful to escape condemnation by appealing?~(4) Whether 25 2, 67 | which would lead to ~one's condemnation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 26 2, 67 | which ~would lead to one's condemnation. For Chrysostom says (Hom. 27 2, 67 | so, the ~accused, after condemnation, may lawfully resist being 28 2, 68 | matters pertaining to a man's condemnation, ~one is not bound to give 29 2, 68 | witnesses sufficient for the condemnation of other persons.~Aquin.: 30 2, 68 | numerous. Thirdly, because the condemnation of any ~one of them would 31 2, 106 | but a result of spiritual condemnation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 32 2, 107 | because it is written in condemnation of certain people (Is. ~ 33 2, 109 | Further, it is written in condemnation of certain people (Is. ~ 34 2, 150 | which would involve the condemnation of ~marriage. Therefore 35 2, 152 | all the more worthy of ~condemnation when religion forbade it.~ 36 2, 156 | is deserving of eternal ~condemnation. Now anger deserves eternal 37 2, 156 | Now anger deserves eternal condemnation; for our Lord said ~(Mt. 38 2, 156 | Wherefore some kind of condemnation ~is assigned as corresponding 39 2, 156 | hell-fire," i.e. "decisive ~condemnation."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 40 2, 170 | name of Christ, ~or to the condemnation of those who invoke, and 41 2, 184 | vow is a ~sin worthy of condemnation, as appears from 1 Tim. 42 3, 1 | judgment indeed was by one unto condemnation, but grace is of many ~offenses 43 3, 19 | of one, ~unto all men to condemnation; so also by the justice 44 3, 19 | demerits reached to the ~condemnation of others. Much more, therefore, 45 3, 20 | Nestorius. Hence in the condemnation of Nestorius it is said 46 3, 27 | from the first sentence ~of condemnation. And though, through faith 47 3, 27 | some were freed ~from that condemnation, according to the spirit, 48 3, 27 | should be freed ~from that condemnation, according to the flesh, 49 3, 27 | then that immunity from condemnation was first to ~appear. Consequently, 50 3, 36 | might be ~proved worthy of condemnation" (Remig., Hom. in Matth. 51 3, 46 | had deserved everlasting ~condemnation. Therefore it does not seem 52 3, 46 | to the ~state of future condemnation, which exceeds every evil 53 3, 54 | upbraid them with their just condemnation" (Bede, on Lk. 24:40). ~ 54 3, 66 | of one, unto all men to condemnation, so also by the justice 55 3, 68 | of one unto all men unto condemnation; so also by the justice 56 3, 68 | salvation than ~Adam's sin unto condemnation, as the Apostle says (Rm. 57 3, 68 | womb is under sentence of condemnation on ~account of Adam's sin. 58 3, 69 | judgment was by one unto condemnation; but grace is of many offenses, ~ 59 3, 81 | then, not undeservedly, did condemnation follow his ~ingratitude 60 3, 83 | not deem that those escape condemnation who ~presume to celebrate 61 Suppl, 10| this punishment is ~one of condemnation and total banishment: and 62 Suppl, 71| lead to their more severe condemnation ~rather than to their release." 63 Suppl, 84| will know of his reward or ~condemnation, so will every one else 64 Suppl, 85| will be certain of his ~condemnation or reward, he will not be 65 Suppl, 85| not be cognizant of the condemnation or ~reward of everyone else. 66 Suppl, 86| sometimes used to express condemnation. It is thus that ~we are 67 Suppl, 86| 6). But the sentence of condemnation which will ~be passed on 68 Suppl, 94| because Mt. 25:41, where their condemnation is ~declared, mention is


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