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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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submit

   Part, Question
1 2, 4 | whereby a man refuses to submit himself to the truth of ~ 2 2, 5 | those who do this, some submit to it ~with greater certitude 3 2, 7 | is an evil either not to submit to God, or ~to be separated 4 2, 13 | this sin that it cannot submit to the ~humiliation of asking 5 2, 18 | first of all fear God and submit himself to ~Him: for the 6 2, 18 | a rational creature to ~submit, by love, to a lower creature, 7 2, 18 | it an evil for it, if it ~submit not to God, by presumptuously 8 2, 23 | love God as to ~wish to submit to Him in all things, and 9 2, 31 | madman, who is unwilling to ~submit to his treatment; and this 10 2, 37 | are those ~who refuse to submit to the Sovereign Pontiff, 11 2, 37 | the Church, and refuses to submit ~to her judgment. But every 12 2, 42 | with thy whole ~heart"; to submit our intellect to God, and 13 2, 51 | pride, which refuses to ~submit to another's ruling. But 14 2, 53 | cannot be ~converted and submit to the law of God, but that 15 2, 58 | man compels ~another to submit to a judgment that is pronounced 16 2, 65 | human affairs a man may submit of his own accord to the ~ 17 2, 65 | Christ of ~his own accord submit to human judgment: and thus 18 2, 65 | did Pope Leo [*Leo ~IV] submit to the judgment of the emperor [* 19 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 1: A man should submit to the lower authority in 20 2, 67 | higher, we ought not to submit to it, for ~instance "if 21 2, 70 | ought not by silence to ~submit to reviling words, but rather 22 2, 70 | hold our minds ~prepared to submit to be reviled, if it should 23 2, 82 | incite our affections to submit to God, since it is ~connatural 24 2, 91 | may give glory to God, and submit to Him in mind and ~body. 25 2, 159 | sufficient. The second is ~to submit to our equals, and not to 26 2, 183 | seeks of his own accord to ~submit to such servitude and peril, 27 2, 183 | not ~obstinately refuse to submit to what is usefully prescribed."~ 28 2, 183 | the vow, you were free to submit." Now it is evident that 29 2, 184 | a ~man's will refuses to submit to the ordinance of the 30 3, 35 | Caesar's census, and thus submit Himself ~to bondage for 31 3, 37 | wished, ~nevertheless, to submit to circumcision and the 32 3, 50 | satisfying for another to submit oneself to the penalty ~ 33 3, 68 | to the vomit," wish to ~submit to the Law of the Catholic 34 3, 90 | contrition; the second is that he submit to ~the judgment of the 35 Suppl, 10| Confession makes a man submit to the keys of the ~Church. 36 Suppl, 11| hides the sins of those who submit to ~Him by Penance; wherefore 37 Suppl, 15| If, however, he refuse to submit to them patiently, then ~ 38 Suppl, 15| acceptable to God, but we should submit ~them entirely to God, which 39 Suppl, 20| of the keys on him if he submit to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 40 Suppl, 20| which the ~higher angel can submit to the lower, such as there 41 Suppl, 21| excommunicated should humbly submit (which will be ~credited 42 Suppl, 21| him: in this case, if he submit humbly, the merit ~of his 43 Suppl, 24| binding ~himself by oath to submit to the command of the judge 44 Suppl, 29| though by his intention he submit to ~the sacrament), so that


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