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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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threatened

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | fulfill what they have threatened.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 2 1, 112 | heaven. On this road man is ~threatened by many dangers both from 3 1, 112 | of innocence man was not threatened by any ~peril from within: 4 1, 112 | 95], AA[1],3). But peril threatened from without on account ~ 5 1, 112 | but on account of the ~threatened danger of his life, he wills 6 2, 42 | may fear lest he should be threatened by the necessity of fearing, ~ 7 2, 44 | body, as though it ~were threatened by a natural death. Hence 8 2, 45 | whereas ~daring turns on threatened danger because of its own 9 2, 45 | especially appear to be threatened by danger, who have harmed ~ 10 2, 93 | through fear of punishment threatened by the law, and not from 11 2, 102 | danger of extermination which threatened the ~Egyptians.~Aquin.: 12 2, 13 | thousand men" (Ex. 32:28), and threatened them with ~punishment in 13 2, 18 | and which is inflicted or threatened by God. Servile fear regards ~ 14 2, 38 | those who wage war are ~threatened by Our Lord with punishment, 15 2, 53 | the future on account of a threatened famine. Hence Our Lord does 16 2, 58 | Now those who judge are threatened with punishment, ~which 17 2, 62 | When He suffered, He threatened not']" (1 Pt. 2:23). ~Therefore 18 2, 63 | become more ~troublesome when threatened. Therefore neither should 19 2, 63 | the judgment ~whereby they threatened punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 122 | to escape from those who ~threatened their chastity, threw themselves 21 2, 122 | been forfeited or has ~been threatened in confession of the Christian 22 2, 135 | the first man whom no man threatened, of ~his own free-will rebelling 23 3, 39 | or as though some peril ~threatened Him if He delayed to be 24 3, 52 | after sin, having beforehand threatened him ~with death should he 25 3, 67 | instance, if they were ~threatened by a falling house, or by 26 3, 68 | Epist. xvi): "Those who are threatened by death, ~sickness, siege, 27 3, 68 | appointed time they are threatened with danger of sickness, ~ 28 3, 68 | rescue a child that is ~threatened by the danger of temporal 29 3, 68 | while asleep, except he be ~threatened with the danger of death. 30 Suppl, 40| of a crown. For the Lord threatened captivity and ~dispersion 31 Suppl, 54| oblivion, wherefore God threatened (Ex. 20:5) to visit the 32 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 3: A punishment threatened prophetically is only then 33 Suppl, 96| the merits of the person threatened. Hence: "I ~will suddenly 34 Suppl, 96| cannot be ~changed, the threatened punishment will ever be


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