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discipleship 4
disciplina 2
disciplinary 1
discipline 25
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25 discipline
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25 discursion
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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discipline

   Part, Question
1 2, 95 | fear of punishment, is the ~discipline of laws. Therefore in order 2 2, 95 | religion, be helpful ~to discipline, and further the common 3 2, 95 | that it be "helpful to discipline," ~inasmuch as it is proportionate 4 2, 95 | it ~should be helpful to discipline. For human discipline depends 5 2, 95 | to discipline. For human discipline depends on first on ~the 6 2, 95 | ability of the agent; because discipline should be adapted ~to each 7 2, 97 | religion," nor be ~"helpful to discipline," which is requisite to 8 2, 99 | Moreover, He gave them ~discipline [Douay: 'instructions'] 9 2, 99 | for an ~inheritance." Now discipline belongs to morals; for this 10 2, 99 | disciplina]," etc., says: "Discipline is an ~exercise in morals 11 2, 102 | unrestrained ~by any severity of discipline.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 12 2, 10 | schism, the severity of discipline should not ~slacken."~Aquin.: 13 2, 42 | nothing contrary ~to military discipline. Now God intends by this 14 2, 64 | of the spoils, military ~discipline demands that all should 15 2, 78 | respect of one's superiors, "discipline" with regard to inferiors, ~" 16 2, 78 | further on (Q[109], AA[1],3). "Discipline" is ~not due as a necessary 17 2, 184 | specially to ~religious discipline.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 18 3, 39 | 5): "The holy spirit of ~discipline will flee from the deceitful." 19 3, 69 | 5): "The Holy Spirit of ~discipline will flee from the deceitful." 20 3, 79 | 1:5: "the Holy Spirit of discipline will flee from the deceitful," ~ 21 3, 80 | majesty, nor Christian ~discipline, for the Church's modesty 22 3, 82 | which contains the Catholic ~discipline, claims for itself such 23 3, 89 | to preserve the rigor of discipline; else we should have to 24 Suppl, 24| he do it for the sake of ~discipline, as a teacher or a superior; ( 25 Suppl, 27| detrimental to regular discipline, because religious would


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