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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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burdensome

   Part, Question
1 2, 4 | thereof is difficult ~and burdensome, like unto flesh which is 2 2, 38 | or absent friends, become burdensome to us when we mourn their 3 2, 38 | these very pleasures become burdensome to us when we ~mourn. Therefore 4 2, 96 | imposes on his ~subjects burdensome laws, conducive, not to 5 2, 96 | interpret harshly, and render burdensome, those useful measures which ~ 6 2, 107 | Old?~(4) Which is the more burdensome, the New or the Old Law?~ 7 2, 107 | Whether the New Law is more burdensome than the Old?~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 107 | that the New Law is more burdensome than the Old. ~For Chrysostom ( 9 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than the ~Old.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than the ~Old.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 107 | in a way, difficult and ~burdensome. And in this respect the 13 2, 107 | of the New Law are more burdensome ~than those of the Old; 14 2, 107 | that the New Law is more burdensome, but rather that it is a ~ 15 2, 33 | because it is distasteful and burdensome, it is sorrow, and in so ~ 16 2, 33 | shirks a distasteful ~and burdensome work, or sorrows on account 17 2, 58 | interpret harshly, and render ~burdensome, those useful measures which 18 2, 166 | against reason for a man to be burdensome to others, by offering no ~ 19 2, 166 | playful speech, but is also ~burdensome to others, since he is deaf 20 2, 187 | sacraments of the ~Law, as being burdensome": whereas religion is the 21 Suppl, 53| the marriage become too burdensome to the wife ~who has always 22 Suppl, 64| marriage would become too burdensome to the other who ~would


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