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incurred 50
incurring 6
incurs 65
indebted 7
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65 incurs
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65 meant
65 rapture
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incurs

   Part, Question
1 2, 73 | by committing one sin, he incurs the debt of ~punishment 2 2, 73 | which the sinner himself ~incurs. Such like harm, if accidentally 3 2, 79 | worsened by sin that he incurs ~them, even as other punishments.~ 4 2, 87 | another?~(3) Whether any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~( 5 2, 87 | punishment?~(4) Whether sin incurs a debt of punishment that 6 2, 87 | quantity?~(5) Whether every sin incurs a debt of eternal and infinite 7 2, 87 | is to sin. ~Therefore sin incurs a punishment which is signified 8 2, 87 | Divine ~law. Wherefore he incurs a threefold punishment; 9 2, 87 | reason. Nevertheless sin incurs a further ~punishment, through 10 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Whether any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~ 11 2, 87 | It would seem that no sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~ 12 2, 87 | stated above (A[1]), sin incurs a debt of punishment ~through 13 2, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sin incurs a debt of punishment infinite 14 2, 87 | It would seem that sin incurs a debt of punishment infinite 15 2, 87 | for ever; wherefore it ~incurs an everlasting punishment. 16 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Whether every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~ 17 2, 87 | would seem that every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~ 18 2, 87 | it seems that no sin incurs a debt of mere temporal 19 2, 87 | alone." But original ~sin incurs everlasting punishment, 20 2, 87 | stated above (A[3]), a sin incurs a debt of eternal ~punishment, 21 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: Original sin incurs everlasting punishment, 22 2, 88 | punishment, since mortal sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment, 23 2, 88 | punishment, while ~venial sin incurs a debt of temporal punishment, 24 2, 109 | lost by sinning. Now man incurs a triple loss by sinning, ~ 25 2, 109 | and debt of punishment. He incurs a ~stain, inasmuch as he 26 2, 52 | account of negligence it incurs a lack of goodness, whether 27 2, 59 | simply so that the recipient incurs no debt, as in the case ~ 28 2, 60 | that takes a thing thus, incurs no ~obligation on account 29 2, 62 | of murder. Therefore one incurs the guilt of murder ~through 30 2, 62 | who kills a man by chance, incurs the guilt ~of murder.~Aquin.: 31 2, 66 | to prove his accusation, ~incurs the punishment due to defamation [* 32 2, 67 | the latter is guilty, he incurs punishment, and so it is 33 2, 68 | different with the accused, ~who incurs the danger against his will.~ 34 2, 75 | account of the danger he incurs in ~transferring the thing 35 2, 76 | compensation for the loss he incurs of something he ought to ~ 36 2, 76 | greater loss than the lender ~incurs, wherefore the borrower 37 2, 86 | never ~reap." Now a man incurs danger, not from the vow 38 2, 96 | swears indiscreetly, he incurs the danger of ~lapsing into 39 2, 96 | according to the Law a man incurs infamy through ~committing 40 2, 97 | any one of the aforesaid incurs the crime of ~sacrilege.~ 41 2, 107 | which ~is less. For as one incurs falsehood by saying more, 42 2, 148 | denote the act by which a man incurs this ~defect. This act may 43 3, 86 | Adam. Now, by sinning, man incurs at the ~same time guilt 44 3, 86 | happens in venial sins, he incurs a debt, not of eternal but 45 3, 86 | good." Now, by sinning, man incurs the taint of sin all at 46 3, 88 | sins after doing penance incurs a debt of eternal punishment, ~ 47 3, 88 | the former," because he incurs the ~punishment of eternal 48 3, 88 | of the gravity which it ~incurs through the ingratitude 49 3, 88 | subsequent ingratitude, incurs the debt for all, in so 50 Suppl, 21| prayers of ~the Church, he incurs a triple loss, corresponding 51 Suppl, 23| Para. 1/1~Whether a person incurs excommunication for communicating 52 Suppl, 23| OBJ 2: Further, if a man incurs excommunication for communicating 53 Suppl, 23| communicates with him, ~incurs a major excommunication. 54 Suppl, 23| in which case again he incurs ~the major excommunication, 55 Suppl, 23| with him, in which case he ~incurs the minor excommunication.~ 56 Suppl, 23| the Eucharist, since he incurs a minor ~excommunication. 57 Suppl, 43| a penalty, although one ~incurs a loss from one's penalty, 58 Suppl, 63| 1~OBJ 4: Further, no one incurs a penalty save for sin. 59 Suppl, 63| save for sin. Now a person ~incurs the penalty of irregularity 60 Suppl, 68| thus an illegitimate ~child incurs no loss. Secondly, because 61 Suppl, 68| thus an illegitimate son incurs ~a twofold loss. First because 62 Suppl, 68| perform them. Secondly, he incurs a loss by not succeeding 63 Suppl, 68| Hence ~an illegitimate son incurs a loss, not in those things 64 Suppl, 69| a throne in the church incurs no dishonor when he leaves 65 Appen2, 1| authority of the Church, incurs the note of ~heresy.~Aquin.:


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