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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | reflection is seen, the original thing is seen. ~Therefore 2 1, 12 | minds the similitude of the original of the image. Thus ~Paul, 3 1, 23 | regards both nature and original sin; and inequality in them 4 1, 23 | through the ~corruption of original sin, those who are saved 5 1, 29 | about ~God in any but the original language of the Old or New 6 1, 39 | heaven and earth," the Hebrew original has "Elohim," which may 7 1, 48 | penalty": such was its original signification, being ~derived 8 1, 65 | made according to God's original purpose, but in ~punishment 9 1, 67 | is to say, either ~in its original application or in its more 10 1, 39 | heaven and earth," the Hebrew original has "Elohim," which may 11 1, 49 | penalty": such was its original signification, being ~derived 12 1, 66 | made according to God's original purpose, but in ~punishment 13 1, 68 | is to say, either ~in its original application or in its more 14 1, 97 | by ~generation, since the original number of mankind was two 15 1, 99 | in parent and child. ~Now original righteousness, in which 16 1, 99 | of the same ~genus; and original sin, which is opposed to 17 1, 99 | sin, which is opposed to original righteousness, is ~called 18 1, 99 | their parents as regards original righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT 19 1, 99 | principle of merit, but with ~original righteousness. But since 20 1, 99 | righteousness. But since the root of original righteousness, ~which conferred 21 1, 99 | if children were born in original righteousness, they would ~ 22 1, 101 | and ~in keeping with his original state of immortality.~Aquin.: 23 2, 17 | insubmission of that member whereby original sin is ~transmitted to posterity.~ 24 2, 55 | strength,' which is the ~original signification of the Latin ' 25 2, 74 | since, though the stain of original sin passes, ~its effect 26 2, 76 | does any sin, ~except only original sin, pass as to guilt, yet 27 2, 76 | unless ~perchance it be original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 28 2, 80 | evils, as ~regards their original cause, as stated.~Aquin.: 29 2, 81 | Wherefore we must speak about original sin, the consideration of 30 2, 81 | way of origin?~(3) Whether original sin is contracted by all 31 2, 81 | human body?~(5) Whether original sin would have been contracted 32 2, 81 | could not be cleansed of original sin, so long as it is united ~ 33 2, 81 | his descendants is called "original," ~just as the sin which 34 2, 81 | called a "human sin"; ~so original sin is not the sin of this 35 2, 81 | the reason why we contract original sin from our first ~parent 36 2, 81 | gift of grace. In this way original justice, as ~stated in the 37 2, 81 | first sin. Wherefore as that original justice together with the 38 2, 81 | punishment consequent upon original sin. But not all those, 39 2, 81 | Therefore they do not contract ~original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 40 2, 81 | has been baptized has not original sin. Therefore he does not ~ 41 2, 81 | descended from Adam contract ~original sin from him; else all would 42 2, 81 | stated (A[1]), viz. that original sin, in virtue of the sin 43 2, 81 | by ~the will. Therefore original sin is transmitted to all 44 2, 81 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Original sin is taken away by Baptism 45 2, 81 | the mind. Nevertheless ~original sin remains in its effect 46 2, 81 | who are baptized transmit original sin: ~since they do not 47 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin would be contracted 48 2, 81 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin would be contracted 49 2, 81 | Therefore it would contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 50 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, original sin is caused in us by the 51 2, 81 | contract the infection of original sin, from whatever ~part 52 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, original sin comes upon all from 53 2, 81 | Therefore they would ~contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 54 2, 81 | cause of the transmission of original sin, as ~Augustine states ( 55 2, 81 | stated above (AA[1],3), original sin is transmitted ~from 56 2, 81 | that those alone contract original sin, who are descended ~ 57 2, 81 | Consequently he would ~not contract original sin: even as a hand would 58 2, 81 | account ~of the sin, that original sin is transmitted to those 59 2, 81 | Therefore he would not contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 60 2, 81 | children would have ~contracted original sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 61 2, 81 | children would have contracted original sin. Because we contract 62 2, 81 | sin. Because we contract original ~sin from our parents, in 63 2, 81 | man would ~have contracted original sin from his mother's sin 64 2, 81 | dying are punishments of original sin. Therefore if Eve, and 65 2, 81 | children would contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 66 2, 81 | was to be born without ~original sin) "purifying her." But 67 2, 81 | necessary, if the infection of original sin were not contracted 68 2, 81 | Therefore the infection of original sin is contracted from the ~ 69 2, 81 | children would have contracted ~original sin, even if Adam had not 70 2, 81 | woman would have transmitted original sin to ~her children, he 71 2, 81 | sinned ~first. Therefore original sin is transmitted to the 72 2, 81 | been stated (A[1]) that original sin is transmitted ~by the 73 2, 81 | they would not contract original sin. ~Now it is evident 74 2, 81 | provides the ~matter. Therefore original sin, is contracted, not 75 2, 81 | children would not contract original sin: whereas, if Adam, and 76 2, 81 | and impassibility, ~in the original state, were a result, not 77 2, 81 | condition of matter, but ~of original justice, whereby the body 78 2, 81 | to God. Now privation of original justice is ~original sin. 79 2, 81 | of original justice is ~original sin. If, therefore, supposing 80 2, 81 | supposing Adam had not sinned, original sin ~would not have been 81 2, 81 | not have been deprived of original ~justice: and consequently 82 2, 81 | hinder the transmission of original sin, but because it ~behooved 83 2, 82 | 82] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ORIGINAL SIN, AS TO ITS ESSENCE ( 84 2, 82 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider original sin as to its essence, and 85 2, 82 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether original sin is a habit?~(2) Whether 86 2, 82 | Whether there is but one original sin in each man?~(3) Whether 87 2, 82 | in each man?~(3) Whether original sin is concupiscence?~(4) 88 2, 82 | concupiscence?~(4) Whether original sin is equally in all?~Aquin.: 89 2, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin is a habit?~Aquin.: 90 2, 82 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin is not a habit. For 91 2, 82 | sin is not a habit. For original sin ~is the absence of original 92 2, 82 | original sin ~is the absence of original justice, as Anselm states ( 93 2, 82 | ii, iii, xxvi), so that original sin is a privation. But 94 2, 82 | opposed to habit. Therefore original sin is not a habit.~Aquin.: 95 2, 82 | nature of fault more than original ~sin, in so far as it is 96 2, 82 | guilty of sin. Therefore no original habit has the nature of 97 2, 82 | infused, but acquired. Now original sin is not preceded by ~ 98 2, 82 | preceded by ~an act. Therefore original sin is not a habit.~Aquin.: 99 2, 82 | 39) that on account of original sin little ~children have 100 2, 82 | kind of habit. Therefore original sin is a ~habit.~Aquin.: 101 2, 82 | called habits. In this way original sin is not a ~habit. The 102 2, 82 | or health. In this sense original sin is a habit. For it is 103 2, 82 | which ~was essential to original justice, even as bodily 104 2, 82 | health. Hence it is that original sin ~is called the "languor 105 2, 82 | inordinately disposed, ~so too original sin denotes the privation 106 2, 82 | denotes the privation of original justice, and ~besides this, 107 2, 82 | inordinateness of an act: whereas original ~sin, being the sin of nature, 108 2, 82 | not: and for this reason original sin can be a habit, whereas 109 2, 82 | a power ~to an act: but original sin is not this kind of 110 2, 82 | inordinate act does follow from original sin, ~not directly, but 111 2, 82 | removal of the obstacle, i.e. ~original justice, which hindered 112 2, 82 | it necessary to says that original sin is a habit ~"infused," 113 2, 82 | Whether there are several original sins in one man?~Aquin.: 114 2, 82 | seem that there are many original sins in one man. For ~it 115 2, 82 | which a man is conceived ~is original sin. Therefore there are 116 2, 82 | Therefore there are several original sins in man.~Aquin.: SMT 117 2, 82 | tends to one thing. Now original sin, even in one man, inclines 118 2, 82 | contrary sins. Therefore original sin is not one habit; but ~ 119 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, original sin infects every part of 120 2, 82 | subjects, it seems ~that original sin is not one but several.~ 121 2, 82 | the "sin of the world" is original ~sin, as a gloss expounds 122 2, 82 | In one man there is one original sin. Two reasons may be ~ 123 2, 82 | the part of the cause of original sin. ~For it has been stated ( 124 2, 82 | posterity. Wherefore in one man ~original sin is one in number; and 125 2, 82 | from the very essence of original sin. Because in every inordinate ~ 126 2, 82 | disposition that is called original sin, is one only, viz. the ~ 127 2, 82 | viz. the ~privation of original justice, removing the subjection 128 2, 82 | mind to ~God. Consequently original sin is specifically one, 129 2, 82 | sins virtually pre-exist in original sin, ~as in a principle 130 2, 82 | soul ~being infected by original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] 131 2, 82 | manner, when the harmony ~of original justice is destroyed, the 132 2, 82 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Original sin infects the different 133 2, 82 | parts of one whole; even as original justice held all ~the soul' 134 2, 82 | Consequently there is but one original ~sin: just as there is but 135 2, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin is concupiscence?~Aquin.: 136 2, 82 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin is not concupiscence. 137 2, 82 | Therefore concupiscence is not original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] 138 2, 82 | OBJ 2: Further, through original sin "the passions of sins" 139 2, 82 | Q[23], A[4]). Therefore original ~sin is not concupiscence 140 2, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by original sin, all the parts of the 141 2, 82 | Ethic. x, 7). ~Therefore original sin is ignorance rather 142 2, 82 | Concupiscence is the ~guilt of original sin."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] 143 2, 82 | 2]) that the species of original sin is taken from its ~cause. 144 2, 82 | Consequently the formal element of original sin must be considered ~ 145 2, 82 | respect of the cause of original sin. But contraries have 146 2, 82 | Therefore the cause of original sin must be considered with ~ 147 2, 82 | respect to the cause of original justice, which is opposed 148 2, 82 | Now the ~whole order of original justice consists in man' 149 2, 82 | Accordingly the privation of original ~justice, whereby the will 150 2, 82 | is the formal element ~in original sin; while every other disorder 151 2, 82 | material element in respect of original sin. Now the ~inordinateness 152 2, 82 | of concupiscence. Hence original sin is ~concupiscence, materially, 153 2, 82 | materially, but privation of original justice, formally.~Aquin.: 154 2, 82 | is the concupiscence of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] 155 2, 82 | A[2], ad 1). Therefore original sin is ~ascribed to concupiscence, 156 2, 82 | 2; Q[80], A[2]). Hence original sin is called concupiscence 157 2, 82 | the material ~defects of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] 158 2, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin is equally in all?~Aquin.: 159 2, 82 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin is not equally in all. 160 2, 82 | equally in all. Because ~original sin is inordinate concupiscence, 161 2, 82 | concupiscence. Therefore original sin is ~not equally in all.~ 162 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, original sin is an inordinate disposition 163 2, 82 | subject to degrees. Therefore original sin is subject to degrees.~ 164 2, 82 | 23) that "lust ~transmits original sin to the child." But the 165 2, 82 | than in another. Therefore original sin may be ~greater in one 166 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Original sin is the sin of nature, 167 2, 82 | equally in all. Therefore original sin is ~too.~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 82 | There are two things in original sin: one is the ~privation 169 2, 82 | one is the ~privation of original justice; the other is the 170 2, 82 | origin. As to the first, original sin has no ~degrees, since 171 2, 82 | degrees, since the gift of original justice is taken away entirely; 172 2, 82 | origin, from which principle ~original sin takes the nature of 173 2, 82 | Consequently it is evident that original sin cannot be more in one ~ 174 2, 82 | OBJ 1: Through the bond of original justice being broken, which ~ 175 2, 82 | concupiscence, this is not due to original sin, because the bond of ~ 176 2, 82 | sin, because the bond of ~original justice is equally broken 177 2, 82 | principle. But the cause of original sin is ~equal to all, so 178 2, 82 | actual lust that transmits original sin: for, ~supposing God 179 2, 82 | he would still transmit original sin; we must ~understand 180 2, 82 | to reason by the bonds of original justice. This lust is ~equally 181 2, 83 | 1/1 - OF THE SUBJECT OF ORIGINAL SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 182 2, 83 | consider the subject of original sin, under which head there ~ 183 2, 83 | Whether the subject of original sin is the flesh rather 184 2, 83 | powers is the subject of ~original sin?~(4) Whether certain 185 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin is more in the flesh 186 2, 83 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin is more in the flesh 187 2, 83 | from the ~corruption of original sin. Now the root of this 188 2, 83 | law of my mind." Therefore original sin is ~seated chiefly in 189 2, 83 | infected with the corruption of original sin by the carnal semen. ~ 190 2, 83 | carnal semen. ~Therefore original sin is in the flesh rather 191 2, 83 | 3: Further, we contract original sin from our first parent, 192 2, 83 | only our flesh. Therefore original sin is not in the ~soul, 193 2, 83 | soul were infected with original sin, it would ~follow that 194 2, 83 | corrupted with the infection of original sin, ~God, Who is wisdom 195 2, 83 | by the flesh. Therefore ~original sin is not in the soul but 196 2, 83 | cannot be the subject of original sin, but only the soul.~ 197 2, 83 | subject. ~Accordingly the original sin of all men was in Adam 198 2, 83 | power of the semen that ~original sin together with human 199 2, 83 | transmitted to the child. But ~original sin can nowise be in the 200 2, 83 | stated above (Q[81], A[1]), original sin ~is transmitted from 201 2, 83 | the soul is the subject of original ~sin, and not the flesh.~ 202 2, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Original sin is caused by the semen 203 2, 83 | cause: and, in this way, ~original sin was in Adam more fully, 204 2, 83 | OBJ 4: The corruption of original sin is nowise caused by 205 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin is in the essence of 206 2, 83 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin is not in the essence 207 2, 83 | to ~the powers. Therefore original sin is in the soul, not 208 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, original sin is opposed to original 209 2, 83 | original sin is opposed to original justice. Now ~original justice 210 2, 83 | to original justice. Now ~original justice was in a power of 211 2, 83 | subject ~of virtue. Therefore original sin also is in a power of 212 2, 83 | OBJ 3: Further, just as original sin is derived from the 213 2, 83 | powers from the essence. But original ~sin is more in the soul 214 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, original sin is said to be concupiscence, 215 2, 83 | of the soul. Therefore ~original sin is also.~Aquin.: SMT 216 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Original sin is called the sin of 217 2, 83 | the soul is the subject of original sin ~chiefly in respect 218 2, 83 | Now it is evident that original sin is ~caused through our 219 2, 83 | is the primary subject of original sin. ~Now the origin reaches 220 2, 83 | is the primary subject of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 221 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Even original justice pertained radically 222 2, 83 | Concupiscence, in relation to original sin, holds the ~position 223 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether original sin infects the will before 224 2, 83 | OBJ 1: It would seem that original sin does not infect the 225 2, 83 | act it was caused. Now original sin is caused by an act 226 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, original sin is transmitted through 227 2, 83 | bodily organ. Therefore original sin is in them more than 228 2, 83 | understood. If therefore original sin infects all ~the powers 229 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Original justice has a prior relation 230 2, 83 | Virg. ~iii). Therefore original sin, which is opposed to 231 2, 83 | considered in the infection of ~original sin. First, its inherence 232 2, 83 | 74], AA[1],2). Therefore original ~sin regards first of all 233 2, 83 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Original sin, in man, is not caused 234 2, 83 | power is the ~subject of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 235 2, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Original sin spreads in two ways; 236 2, 83 | the soul, the infection of original sin reaches it ~first.~Aquin.: 237 2, 83 | others. For the infection of original sin seems to pertain more ~ 238 2, 83 | power is most ~infected by original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 239 2, 83 | not the most ~infected by original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 240 2, 83 | that ~the infection of original sin is most apparent in 241 2, 83 | Therefore the infection of original sin regards these ~three 242 2, 83 | infectious. Now the corruption of original sin is ~transmitted by the 243 2, 83 | said to be corrupted by original sin, ~these three are said 244 2, 83 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Original sin, in so far as it inclines 245 2, 83 | sinner. But the infection of original ~sin is not derived from 246 2, 83 | power that is infected by original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 247 2, 85 | nature. Thirdly, the gift of original justice, conferred on the 248 2, 85 | answer that, As a result of original justice, the reason had 249 2, 85 | subject to Him. Now this same original justice was ~forfeited through 250 2, 85 | than in others, whereas ~original sin, from which especially 251 2, 85 | character of guilt than ~original sin has. But actual sin 252 2, 85 | Much less, therefore, does original sin. ~Therefore death and 253 2, 85 | sin of our first parent original justice was taken away, 254 2, 85 | Q[97], A[1]. Wherefore, original justice being forfeited 255 2, 85 | 2~Now the withdrawal of original justice has the character 256 2, 85 | defects are punishments of original sin. And although ~the defects 257 2, 85 | removed. Accordingly, when original justice is removed, the 258 2, 85 | some to ~fewer, although original sin is equal in all.~Aquin.: 259 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Both original and actual sin are removed 260 2, 85 | defects of the body, as original justice did. Wherefore ~ 261 2, 85 | cause those defects, as original sin does.~Aquin.: SMT FS 262 2, 85 | defects are the punishment of original sin, as stated above ~(A[ 263 2, 85 | nature, and by the gift of original justice, ~gave the body 264 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, original sin is the least of all 265 2, 87 | those who are punished for original sin alone." But original ~ 266 2, 87 | original sin alone." But original ~sin incurs everlasting 267 2, 87 | children who have died in ~original sin through not being baptized, 268 2, 87 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Original sin incurs everlasting punishment, 269 2, 87 | Sometimes it is a relation to ~original sin: and this, either principally 270 2, 87 | principally, ~the punishment of original sin is that human nature 271 2, 87 | itself, ~and deprived of original justice: and consequently, 272 2, 87 | itself the ~punishment of original sin. For there was no need, 273 2, 87 | of virtue, is reduced to original ~sin as its cause.~Aquin.: 274 2, 87 | effects and the punishments of original ~sin, as stated above (Q[ 275 2, 89 | sin can be in a man with original sin alone?~Aquin.: SMT FS 276 2, 89 | to the integrity of the ~original state, than venial sin is. 277 2, 89 | notwithstanding the integrity of the original state. Therefore he could ~ 278 2, 89 | of the ~excellence of the original state. We must therefore 279 2, 89 | losing the integrity of ~the original state by sinning mortally.~ 280 2, 89 | to the integrity of the original ~state in the fact of its 281 2, 89 | the condemnation due to original ~sin, which condemnation 282 2, 89 | the ~condemnation due to original sin, as it is in unbelievers.~ 283 2, 89 | concupiscence was a result ~of original justice. Wherefore that 284 2, 89 | pertains, not to actual but to original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 285 2, 89 | sin can be in anyone with original sin alone?~Aquin.: SMT FS 286 2, 89 | sin can be in a man with original sin ~alone. For disposition 287 2, 89 | an unbeliever, in ~whom original sin is not remitted, venial 288 2, 89 | have venial together with original sin, and ~without mortal 289 2, 89 | unbeliever in ~the state of original sin, can commit one mortal 290 2, 89 | sin can be in anyone with original sin alone and without ~mortal 291 2, 89 | contrary, Man is punished for original sin in the children's ~limbo, 292 2, 89 | venial sin with no other than original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 293 2, 89 | sin to be in anyone with ~original sin alone, and without mortal 294 2, 89 | receive the remission of original sin: whereas if he does ~ 295 2, 89 | prevented from being with original sin alone, ~not on account 296 2, 91 | God, man is destitute of original justice, and his reason 297 2, 93 | have said when treating of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 298 2, 94 | power of God on account ~of original sin, according to 1 Kgs. 299 2, 102 | signifies the uncleanness of original sin. The uncleanness ~of 300 2, 109 | et Grat. xii]: "in the original state man received a gift 301 2, 113 | is said to have received original ~justice. Secondly, this 302 2, 113 | a sacrament; because as ~original sin, from which they are 303 2, 2 | previous, or at ~least of original, sin," as Augustine states ( 304 2, 5 | angels, or in man, in their original ~state?~(2) Whether the 305 2, 5 | angels, or in man, in their original state?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 306 2, 5 | angels, or ~in man, in their original state. For Hugh St. Victor 307 2, 5 | Now the angels, in ~their original state, before they were 308 2, 5 | Sacram. i, ~6) that "in his original state man knew his Creator, 309 2, 5 | angels and ~man in their original state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 310 2, 5 | dark manner." Now in their ~original state there was not obscurity 311 2, 5 | angels or in man, in their original state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 312 2, 5 | angels and man in their original ~state; for then they could 313 2, 5 | must ~believe." Now the original state of angels and man 314 2, 5 | sin or punishment in the original ~state of man and the angels, 315 2, 5 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the original state there was no hearing 316 2, 34 | does not represent the original ~Greek.], saying that it 317 2, 51 | OBJ 2: Further, none but original sin comes to man with his 318 2, 51 | imprudent; and yet it is not original sin which is opposed to 319 2, 51 | sin which is opposed to original ~justice. Therefore imprudence 320 2, 51 | included in the lack of original justice which perfected 321 2, 51 | virtue may be ascribed to original sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 322 2, 55 | be distorted from their original ~signification so as to 323 2, 58 | A[1]). ~Consequently the original meaning of the word "judgment" 324 2, 58 | word "judgment," from its original meaning of a right ~decision 325 2, 74 | birth, on account of the ~original sin which he contracted 326 2, 77 | For every sin ~is either original or actual. Now omission 327 2, 77 | actual. Now omission is not original sin, for it is ~not contracted 328 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: Omission is not original but actual sin, not as though 329 2, 81 | because the force of the original intention with which one ~ 330 2, 81 | impetration: and again the original intention, ~to which God 331 2, 81 | this effect. But if the ~original intention is lacking, prayer 332 2, 83 | 3) that in olden times original sin was remitted ~through 333 2, 106 | voluntary, not excluding original sin, as stated above (FS, 334 2, 140 | to punish, so that its original sense would be ~'impunity' 335 2, 151 | powerful than its effect. Now original ~sin is transmitted to children 336 2, 151 | the child, ~shackled with original sin, is born of fleshly 337 2, 161 | sinners in the point of original sin. Therefore ~disobedience, 338 2, 161 | destroyed the innocence of ~our original state, and by robbing it 339 2, 162 | return to that state of original innocence, it was fitting ~ 340 2, 162 | that ~were befitting his original state, namely food (lest 341 3, 1 | became incarnate to take away original sin rather than ~actual?~( 342 3, 1 | rather ~than to take away original sin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] 343 3, 1 | actual ~sins rather than for original sin. For the more grievous 344 3, 1 | sin is more grievous than original sin; for the lightest ~punishment 345 3, 1 | lightest ~punishment is due to original sin, as Augustine says ( 346 3, 1 | pain of sense is not due to original sin, but merely ~pain of 347 3, 1 | actual sin rather than ~original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] 348 3, 1 | sins are actual sins; for original sin is the common ~sin. 349 3, 1 | actual sin is greater than original sin; for it has more of 350 3, 1 | greater; and in this way original sin, whereby ~the whole 351 3, 1 | principally to ~take away original sin, inasmuch as "the good 352 3, 1 | will not be meted out ~to original sin. Yet the penalties, 353 3, 1 | sensibly in this life flow from original sin. ~And hence Christ, 354 3, 1 | order to satisfy fully for original sin, wished to ~suffer sensible 355 3, 4 | restoration, having fallen ~under original sin. Now these two things 356 3, 8 | of Adam is distinct from original sin ~which he transmitted 357 3, 8 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Original sin in Adam, which is a 358 3, 13 | this on account of the ~original justice which it had in 359 3, 13 | 2: It was no part of the original justice which Adam had in ~ 360 3, 14 | always follows sin actual or original, sometimes ~of the one punished, 361 3, 14 | Virgin was conceived in original sin, ~[*See introductory 362 3, 14 | cause was held in check by original justice. Hence the proximate ~ 363 3, 14 | defects is sin, whereby original justice is ~withdrawn. And 364 3, 15 | the defect of sin - either original or actual - according to 365 3, 15 | from the withdrawal of original justice, ~whereby the inferior 366 3, 15 | proper to flesh conceived in ~original sin, to be subject to the 367 3, 22 | objection is wanting in the original ~manuscripts, but it may 368 3, 25 | Him Whose martyrs [*The original meaning of the word ~'martyr,' 369 3, 26 | THE LAW AND THE COURSE OF ORIGINAL SIN UNDER THE LAW . . . . . 370 3, 26 | but) under the effects of ~original sin . . . . . the stricken 371 3, 26 | to ~contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . all contract 372 3, 26 | but) under the effects of ~original sin . . . . . the stricken 373 3, 26 | to contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . the soul at 374 3, 26 | neither guilt nor effects of original sin . ~. . . . the body 375 3, 26 | Virgin was conceived in original sin" (Q[14], A[3], ~ad 1) 376 3, 26 | results of the privation ~of original justice (Q[69], A[4], ad 377 3, 26 | infected with the guilt of ~original sin, because privation of 378 3, 26 | transmitting the taint of ~original sin to the rational soul 379 3, 26 | contracting the guilt of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] 380 3, 27 | cleansed from sin, ~both original and actual. If, therefore, 381 3, 27 | was then ~cleansed from original sin. Now nothing but original 382 3, 27 | original sin. Now nothing but original sin could hinder her ~from 383 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, original sin is contracted through 384 3, 27 | Virgin be cleansed from original sin as long as she was ~ 385 3, 27 | sanctified in the womb from original ~sin, as to the personal 386 3, 27 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Original sin is transmitted through 387 3, 27 | nature is transmitted, and original sin, ~properly speaking, 388 3, 27 | stained by the contagion of original sin. Therefore it was granted 389 3, 27 | but the cleansing from original sin: for sanctification 390 3, 27 | have ~incurred the stain of original sin: and thus she would 391 3, 27 | never incurred the ~stain of original sin, this would be derogatory 392 3, 27 | Christ did not ~contract original sin in any way whatever, 393 3, 27 | Virgin did indeed ~contract original sin, but was cleansed therefrom 394 3, 27 | written of the ~night of original sin: "Let it expect light," 395 3, 27 | her birth was immune from original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] 396 3, 27 | Virgin were cleansed from ~original sin, nevertheless she contracted 397 3, 27 | nevertheless she contracted original sin, since she was ~conceived 398 3, 27 | reason, is a punishment of ~original sin; so also are death and 399 3, 27 | the cause of transmitting original sin to the ~offspring. Lastly, 400 3, 27 | is ~lust that transmits original sin to the offspring. Now 401 3, 27 | he sinned, by reason of original justice: so that, in this ~ 402 3, 27 | Virgin had the force of ~original justice. And although this 403 3, 27 | sanctification she was delivered from original sin: afterwards, in ~the 404 3, 28 | incurring the infection of original sin. Whence Augustine says ~( 405 3, 31 | he would have contracted original ~sin; which is unbecoming 406 3, 31 | Thus it did not contract original sin, as others who are ~ 407 3, 31 | was wholly conceived in ~original sin, as stated above (Q[ 408 3, 31 | i.e. the infection of original sin. But the balm to heal 409 3, 31 | descendants in contracting ~original sin, needed that healing 410 3, 31 | seminal virtue, by which original sin is transmitted. Consequently, 411 3, 31 | Virgin was conceived in original sin, ~she was in Abraham 412 3, 32 | namely, that it was ~without original sin; that it was not that 413 3, 32 | her from conceiving with original sin. As to the second, he 414 3, 37 | prescribed as a remedy of original sin. ~But Christ did not 415 3, 37 | Christ did not contract original sin, as stated above (Q[ 416 3, 37 | which was a remedy against original sin, ~whereas He contracted 417 3, 37 | whereas He contracted no original sin, in order to deliver 418 3, 38 | the baptism of Christ. But original sin was remitted through ~ 419 3, 38 | aid to heal the wound of ~original sin as baptism is wont to 420 3, 38 | instituted as a remedy for original sin. ~Whereas the baptism 421 3, 48 | command of the Father as the original author.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 422 3, 52 | the children who died in original sin?~(8) Whether He delivered 423 3, 52 | pain of loss on ~account of original sin. Therefore Christ went 424 3, 52 | were held in the ~bonds of original sin." But among them was 425 3, 52 | hell solely on account of original sin, He shed the light of ~ 426 3, 52 | were held ~fast through original sin."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] 427 3, 52 | living were delivered from ~original as well as actual sin through 428 3, 52 | not from the penalty of original sin, whereby ~they were 429 3, 52 | and from the penalty of original sin as to ~exclusion from 430 3, 52 | bound by the penalty of original ~sin as to the necessity 431 3, 52 | the children who died in original sin were delivered by Christ?~ 432 3, 52 | the children who died in original sin were ~delivered from 433 3, 52 | in hell simply because of original sin. ~But the holy Fathers 434 3, 52 | children who die ~with none but original sin are detained in hell 435 3, 52 | children are delivered from ~original sin and hell. Therefore, 436 3, 52 | who ~had died with only original sin were in no wise sharers 437 3, 52 | children who had died in original sin ~were in no way united 438 3, 52 | were they cleansed from original sin either by their parents' 439 3, 52 | since children dying ~in original sin had no grace, they were 440 3, 52 | held bound by the debt of ~original sin, in so far as it touches 441 3, 52 | apply to children dying in original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] 442 3, 52 | children are ~delivered from original sin and from hell, but not 443 3, 57 | edition as not being in the original manuscript.]~Further, there 444 3, 62 | balm against the wound ~of original sin, as baptism in the time 445 3, 64 | is valid in virtue of his original intention. Nevertheless, ~ 446 3, 65 | are three kinds of sin, original, mortal and ~venial. Now 447 3, 65 | intended as a remedy against original sin, and ~Penance against 448 3, 65 | ordained as a remedy ~against original sin; Extreme Unction, to 449 3, 66 | seems unreasonable; since original sin, to ~remedy which is 450 3, 66 | 3 Para. 2/3~And although original sin is transmitted through 451 3, 66 | Baptism the transmission of original sin to the ~offspring by 452 3, 66 | Old Law the remedy against original sin was affixed ~to the 453 3, 66 | because He through Whom original sin was to ~be removed, 454 3, 66 | principally as a remedy against ~original sin. Wherefore, just as 455 3, 66 | sin. Wherefore, just as original sin is not renewed, so neither ~ 456 3, 68 | principally as a ~remedy for original sin. Now, since a man who 457 3, 68 | is baptized is without ~original sin, it seems that he cannot 458 3, 68 | baptized are born with ~original sin; wherefore they need 459 3, 68 | which cleanses them from original sin, but they do not therefore 460 3, 68 | is given as a remedy for original sin. But ~original sin is 461 3, 68 | remedy for original sin. But ~original sin is contracted without 462 3, 68 | remedy not only against original, but also ~against actual 463 3, 68 | Now children contract original sin from the ~sin of Adam; 464 3, 69 | generation man contracts none but original sin. Therefore none ~but 465 3, 69 | sin. Therefore none ~but original sin is taken away by Baptism.~ 466 3, 69 | cure for ~the eye." But original sin, which is taken away 467 3, 69 | in carnal generation, ~original sin alone is contracted; 468 3, 69 | of the ~Spirit, not only original sin but also wilful sin 469 3, 69 | takes away the guilt of both original and actual ~sin. Now it 470 3, 69 | which are a punishment ~of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] 471 3, 69 | cause of these penalties is original sin, which is taken away 472 3, 69 | FS, Q[82], A[1], ad 2 ~original sin spread in this way, 473 3, 69 | forthwith the guilt of ~original sin and the punishment of 474 3, 69 | inasmuch as it is deprived of original justice. Therefore these 475 3, 69 | children it takes away only original sins, whereas ~in adults 476 3, 70 | for males only. Again, original sin, against which circumcision 477 3, 70 | instituted as a remedy against ~original sin, so also was circumcision, 478 3, 70 | danger of loss on account of original sin, if they should die ~ 479 3, 70 | to be a remedy against original sin, which is contracted 480 3, 70 | uncircumcised." If, ~therefore, original sin was taken away by circumcision, 481 3, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, original sin is not remitted without 482 3, 70 | Therefore neither did it ~remit original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] 483 3, 70 | cleansing them from the original ~and bygone sin; just as 484 3, 70 | are agreed in saying that original sin was remitted ~in circumcision. 485 3, 70 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Original sin was taken away in circumcision, 486 3, 70 | received remission not ~only of original, but also of actual sin: 487 3, 71 | the latter is subject to original, ~or even actual, sin. Consequently 488 3, 71 | account of the guilt ~of original sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] 489 3, 71 | from having contracted ~original sin, man's sense is closed 490 3, 75 | have ignored St. Thomas's original division, and give the one 491 3, 75 | or dissolved into their original matter?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 492 3, 75 | sacrament, or dissolved into its original matter. ~For whatever is 493 3, 75 | annihilated, or dissolved into its original matter.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 494 3, 75 | perchance ~dissolved into its (original) matter.~Aquin.: SMT TP 495 3, 75 | either dissolved into the original matter, or that it ~is annihilated.~ 496 3, 75 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the original matter into which mixed 497 3, 75 | be ~assigned in which the original matter can be there. For 498 3, 75 | dissolved gradually into the ~original matter, or that it successively 499 3, 75 | or dissolution into the original matter. ~Likewise no cause 500 3, 80 | through the presence of original sin. But as to baptized


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