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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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falling

   Part, Question
1 1, 82 | to have lost free-will by falling into sin, not ~as to natural 2 1, 99 | become ~"children of hell" by falling into sin, this would not 3 1, 103 | child, whom he guards from ~falling into the fire. In this way 4 1, 108 | belong to an ~order, as falling from that order, it would 5 1, 112 | many perish daily through falling into sin; whom the angels 6 1, 112 | some trouble, or ~even from falling into sin, according to the 7 2, 11 | enjoyment properly speaking, as falling short of the ~nature of 8 2, 55 | excessive drink, consists in a ~falling away from the order of reason. 9 2, 55 | that, together with ~this falling away from reason, some lower 10 2, 55 | to ~reason, or with some falling away therefrom. But the 11 2, 55 | it is compatible with a falling away from reason, cannot 12 2, 64 | the measure or by ~their falling short of it; as is clearly 13 2, 79 | viz. the free-will, as ~falling away from the order of the 14 2, 85 | when the obstacle to its falling is ~removed. Accordingly, 15 2, 89 | accomplished through his falling into mortal sin, could be 16 2, 105 | he would be in danger of falling into idolatry. For this ~ 17 2, 106 | Old Law, so that through falling into sin, he might ~realize 18 2, 10 | virtue, and another, by falling short of the virtue. ~Secondly, 19 2, 11 | often as he has sinned by falling back into heresy.~Aquin.: 20 2, 11 | heretics who return after falling ~no matter how often, are 21 2, 23 | a man being emptied and ~falling away altogether, he means 22 2, 37 | sinned ~against this faith by falling into idolatry, to be punished 23 2, 78 | perfection of justice: first, by falling ~short of the aspect of 24 2, 78 | of equality; secondly, by falling short of the aspect ~of 25 2, 78 | 80] A[1] Body Para. 2/3~A falling short of the just due may 26 2, 102 | ought not to do good by falling into sin. ~Yet as Gregory 27 2, 104 | the one that precedes, as falling short thereof.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 107 | common ~with justice, while falling short from the perfect virtue 29 2, 135 | help of grace. Hence by falling into ~sin, so far as he 30 2, 136 | mean, and effeminacy for falling short of it. ~Aquin.: SMT 31 2, 148 | mortally by running the risk of falling into sin. For Ambrose says ~( 32 2, 160 | off from God." Therefore falling away from God ~precedes 33 2, 187 | give another an occasion of falling; ~wherefore it is written ( 34 2, 187 | giving a man an occasion of falling, withdraws him from it. 35 2, 187 | account of a religious ~order falling away from the perfection 36 3, 13 | all rational creatures falling short of its perfection), 37 3, 13 | things, e.g. as regards falling from a beam set on high, 38 3, 22 | representing ~the reality, but as falling far short thereof: both 39 3, 41 | me," but he ~adds, "if, falling down"; because, as Ambrose 40 3, 41 | things will I give Thee, ~if, falling down, Thou wilt adore me," 41 3, 42 | Unless the ~grain of wheat falling into the ground dieth, itself 42 3, 44 | that "often, when after falling into sin we strive to ~return 43 3, 46 | unless the grain of wheat falling into the ~ground dieth, 44 3, 67 | they were ~threatened by a falling house, or by the sword or 45 3, 74 | Unless the grain of ~wheat falling into the ground die, itself 46 3, 87 | he ~would be in danger of falling back, if he gave up the 47 3, 89 | OBJ 1: The very fact of falling away from the love of God 48 3, 89 | Consequently good comes of their falling, ~not that they always rise 49 Suppl, 14| several days, and then, after falling again into ~sin, he completes 50 Suppl, 64| afford him an occasion ~of falling into other, and those sinful,


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