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o 143
o.p. 3
oath 305
oaths 31
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obedience 270
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31 kinship
31 liveth
31 multiplicity
31 oaths
31 offend
31 poster
31 predication
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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oaths

   Part, Question
1 2, 100 | controversy." Hence, since oaths are common to all, inordinate 2 2, 100 | of ~the frequent use of oaths. Hence it is that a threat 3 2, 108 | indeed was a sin; but that oaths ~were of themselves to be 4 2, 108 | better to speak without oaths, unless necessity forces 5 2, 87 | NAME OF GOD (QQ[89]-91)~OF OATHS (TEN ARTICLES)~We must now 6 2, 87 | Accordingly we must first treat of oaths: and under ~this head there 7 2, 87 | is it an act?~(5) Whether oaths are desirable, and to be 8 2, 87 | pay [Douay: 'perform'] thy oaths to the Lord"; ~and Augustine 9 2, 87 | Apostle says (Heb. 6:16), oaths are taken for the ~purpose 10 2, 87 | promissory oath." ~But oaths are not employed in order 11 2, 87 | A man is said to pay his oaths to God because he performs ~ 12 2, 87 | makes known his lie. ~Hence oaths are of two kinds: one is 13 2, 87 | and from its end, since ~oaths are employed in order to 14 2, 87 | holy and divine things. But oaths are employed ~in connection 15 2, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether oaths are desirable and to be 16 2, 87 | OBJ 1: It would seem that oaths are desirable and to be 17 2, 87 | commendable, and consequently oaths are desirable as being good ~ 18 2, 87 | as he can from uttering oaths, unless there be urgent 19 2, 87 | Thou shalt perform thy oaths ~to the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 87 | present or past), nor such oaths as are about something to 21 2, 87 | or ~in similar cases. For oaths of this kind are unlawful 22 2, 87 | in absolving men from ~oaths of this kind, did not pronounce 23 2, 87 | did not pronounce such oaths to be unbinding, but ~relaxed 24 2, 87 | precept about the keeping of oaths.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 25 2, 87 | are debarred from taking oaths [*Caus. XXII, qu. 5, ~can. 26 2, 87 | same reason, in order that ~oaths might be treated with due 27 2, 87 | they on such occasions take oaths temporal matters, except 28 2, 87 | little ~authority that their oaths have no standing.~Aquin.: 29 2, 96 | that we must not accept oaths from others." Hence he that ~ 30 2, 187 | children are not bound to take oaths (as the canon ~states), 31 Suppl, 46| Thou shalt perform thy ~oaths to the Lord." Consequently


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