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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 24 | twelve, and one of you is a devil?" (Jn. 6:71). But the book ~ 2 1, 63 | Civ. Dei xiv, 3) that the devil "is ~not a fornicator nor 3 1, 63 | according as against the ~devil's will God makes use of 4 1, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil desired to be as God?~Aquin.: 5 1, 63 | It would seem that the devil did not desire to be as 6 1, 63 | said, in the person of the devil (Is. 14:13,14), ~"I will 7 1, 63 | was in this way that the devil desired to be as God. Not 8 1, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil was wicked by the fault 9 1, 63 | It would seem that the devil was wicked by the fault 10 1, 63 | creation. For it is said of the devil ~(Jn. 8:44): "He was a murderer 11 1, 63 | soon as he was made, the ~devil refused righteousness. To 12 1, 63 | heretics who say that the devil's nature is evil of itself. 13 1, 63 | for it is said of the devil under the figure of the 14 1, 63 | and it is said to the devil in the person of the King 15 1, 63 | cannot be said that the devil ~was wicked in the first 16 1, 63 | it is stated ~that "the devil sins from the beginning," " 17 1, 63 | some interval between the ~devil's creation and his fall.~ 18 1, 63 | his sin. Therefore the devil did not sin at once after 19 1, 63 | some interval between the devil's formation ~and his sin.~ 20 1, 63 | the instant wherein the devil sinned was distinct from ~ 21 1, 63 | contrary, It is said of the devil (Jn. 8:44): "He stood not 22 1, 63 | the ~Saints, is that the devil sinned at once after the 23 1, 63 | above (Q[62], A[5]), ~if the devil, created in grace, merited 24 1, 63 | which was ~prepared for the devil and his angels" (Mt. 25: 25 1, 63 | who hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower order 26 1, 63 | maintain that the chief devil was of ~the highest order, 27 1, 64 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The devil's first sin still remains 28 1, 64 | Manich. ii, 17) says: "The devil has power ~over them who 29 1, 64 | Consequently much ~more is the devil punished with the grief 30 1, 65 | and ~corporeal. But the devil is called the god of this 31 1, 65 | all things, but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, 32 1, 76 | was the immortality of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 33 1, 64 | Civ. Dei xiv, 3) that the devil "is ~not a fornicator nor 34 1, 64 | according as against the ~devil's will God makes use of 35 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil desired to be as God?~Aquin.: 36 1, 64 | It would seem that the devil did not desire to be as 37 1, 64 | said, in the person of the devil (Is. 14:13,14), ~"I will 38 1, 64 | was in this way that the devil desired to be as God. Not 39 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil was wicked by the fault 40 1, 64 | It would seem that the devil was wicked by the fault 41 1, 64 | creation. For it is said of the devil ~(Jn. 8:44): "He was a murderer 42 1, 64 | soon as he was made, the ~devil refused righteousness. To 43 1, 64 | heretics who say that the devil's nature is evil of itself. 44 1, 64 | for it is said of the devil under the figure of the 45 1, 64 | and it is said to the devil in the person of the King 46 1, 64 | cannot be said that the devil ~was wicked in the first 47 1, 64 | it is stated ~that "the devil sins from the beginning," " 48 1, 64 | some interval between the ~devil's creation and his fall.~ 49 1, 64 | his sin. Therefore the devil did not sin at once after 50 1, 64 | some interval between the devil's formation ~and his sin.~ 51 1, 64 | the instant wherein the devil sinned was distinct from ~ 52 1, 64 | contrary, It is said of the devil (Jn. 8:44): "He stood not 53 1, 64 | the ~Saints, is that the devil sinned at once after the 54 1, 64 | above (Q[62], A[5]), ~if the devil, created in grace, merited 55 1, 64 | which was ~prepared for the devil and his angels" (Mt. 25: 56 1, 64 | who hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower order 57 1, 64 | maintain that the chief devil was of ~the highest order, 58 1, 65 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The devil's first sin still remains 59 1, 65 | Manich. ii, 17) says: "The devil has power ~over them who 60 1, 65 | Consequently much ~more is the devil punished with the grief 61 1, 66 | and ~corporeal. But the devil is called the god of this 62 1, 66 | all things, but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, 63 1, 75 | was the immortality of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 64 1, 101 | by the complicity of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 65 1, 109 | Fide Orth. ii, 4): "The devil was one of ~the angelic 66 1, 109 | anything by compact with the devil, this is ~done as it were 67 1, 110 | Matth. xv, 11), that, "the devil does ~not send wicked thoughts, 68 1, 110 | will; nevertheless the devil is called the kindler of 69 1, 112 | 5:8: "Your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, goeth 70 1, 113 | to tempt is proper to the devil?~(3) Whether all the sins 71 1, 113 | to tempt is proper to the devil?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 72 1, 113 | tempt is not proper to the devil. For God ~is said to tempt, 73 1, 113 | it is not proper to the devil to tempt.~Aquin.: SMT FP 74 1, 113 | gloss adds, "that is, the ~devil, whose office it is to tempt."~ 75 1, 113 | sometimes in order to ~hurt. The devil, however, always tempts 76 1, 113 | this as minister of the devil. ~God is said to tempt that 77 1, 113 | adversity: of which ~things the devil also makes use in tempting.~ 78 1, 113 | than to another: hence the devil tempts, in order to explore ~ 79 1, 113 | to the temptation of the devil?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 80 1, 113 | to the temptation of the ~devil. For Dionysius says (Div. 81 1, 113 | have been ~devised by the devil."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 82 1, 113 | You are of your father the devil." But this was in as ~far 83 1, 113 | they sinned through the devil's instigation. Therefore 84 1, 113 | every sin ~is due to the devil's instigation.~Aquin.: SMT 85 1, 113 | the instigation of ~the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 86 1, 113 | thoughts are stirred up by the devil, but sometimes they arise 87 1, 113 | we must ~admit that the devil is the cause of all our 88 1, 113 | thereunto. And in this way the devil is not the cause of ~every 89 1, 113 | are not committed at the devil's instigation, but ~some 90 1, 113 | even if there were no devil, men would ~have the desire 91 1, 113 | the instigation ~of the devil. But those sins which are 92 1, 113 | thereto instigated by ~the devil, he nevertheless becomes 93 1, 113 | nevertheless becomes a child of the devil thereby, in so ~far as he 94 1, 113 | it is not true that the devil ~when conquered ceases his 95 1, 113 | written (Mt. 4:11): "Then the devil left Him," ~i.e. Christ 96 1, 113 | temptation being ~ended, the devil departed from Him for a 97 1, 113 | supposititious works], ~"the devil does not tempt man for just 98 1, 113 | from the astuteness of the devil. As to this, Ambrose says 99 1, 113 | says on Lk. 4:13: ~"The devil is afraid of persisting, 100 1, 113 | frequent ~defeat." That the devil does nevertheless sometimes 101 2, 24 | Orth. ii, 4) that "the ~devil turned from that which is 102 2, 73 | 4 and iv, 31.] that "the devil rejoices ~chiefly in lust 103 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The devil is said to rejoice chiefly 104 2, 75 | the reason, as a man or ~devil by enticing to sin; or by 105 2, 79 | 2) on the part of the devil; (3) on the part of man.~ 106 2, 79 | and in this way too, the devil is said to ~blind, in so 107 2, 80 | CAUSE OF SIN, AS REGARDS THE DEVIL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 108 2, 80 | cause of sin, as regards the devil; and under ~this head there 109 2, 80 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the devil is directly the cause of 110 2, 80 | of sin?~(2) Whether the devil induces us to sin, by persuading 111 2, 80 | all sins are due to the devil's suggestion?~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil is directly the cause of 113 2, 80 | It would seem that the devil is directly the cause of 114 2, 80 | Trin. iv, 12) that "the devil inspires his friends ~with 115 2, 80 | Acts 5:3, says that the devil ~"draws the mind to evil 116 2, 80 | ii, 41; ~iii, 5) that the devil "fills men's hearts with 117 2, 80 | secret lusts." Therefore ~the devil is directly the cause of 118 2, 80 | perfecter of good, so is the devil the perfecter of evil." 119 2, 80 | our good. Therefore the devil is directly the cause ~of 120 2, 80 | the cause of good, so the devil moves him to take evil counsel, 121 2, 80 | cause of sin cannot be the devil, but man's own will alone.~ 122 2, 80 | third ways, ~either the devil or a man may incite to sin, 123 2, 80 | Therefore it follows that the devil is a cause ~of sin, neither 124 2, 80 | understood as denoting that the devil induces man to ~affection 125 2, 80 | is true in so far as the devil is somewhat ~the cause of 126 2, 80 | will inwardly, whereas the devil ~cannot move us in this 127 2, 80 | the human will, and to the devil as persuading or ~offering 128 2, 80 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the devil can induce man to sin, by 129 2, 80 | It would seem that the devil cannot induce man to sin, 130 2, 80 | functions. Therefore the devil cannot instigate man to ~ 131 2, 80 | 110], ~A[4]. Therefore the devil cannot effect anything in 132 2, 80 | and to ~imagine. Now the devil can do nothing in connection 133 2, 80 | 111], AA[2],3, ad 2, the devil cannot ~impress species 134 2, 80 | which, nevertheless, the devil is unable to produce, as 135 2, 80 | 3, ad 2. ~Therefore the devil cannot through man's internal 136 2, 80 | contrary, In that case, the devil would never tempt man, unless ~ 137 2, 80 | 111], A[1]) what ~is the devil's relation thereto. Now 138 2, 80 | knowledge of truth, which the ~devil has no intention of doing 139 2, 80 | Consequently the operation of the ~devil seems to be confined to 140 2, 80 | spiritual nature: so that the devil can produce all those effects 141 2, 80 | spirits: ~wherefore the devil can cooperate in this also. 142 2, 80 | seems good. In this way the devil induces man inwardly to 143 2, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil can induce man to sin of 144 2, 80 | It would seem that the devil can induce man to sin of 145 2, 80 | lesser. Now it is said of the devil ~(Job 41:24) that "there 146 2, 80 | text. 30. 39). Now ~the devil can move man's imagination, 147 2, 80 | of which, to wit, the devil is the cause, "extends gradually ~ 148 2, 80 | against the spirit." Now the devil can cause ~concupiscence 149 2, 80 | 8): "Your adversary the devil, ~as a roaring lion, goeth 150 2, 80 | necessity of succumbing to the devil. Therefore he cannot induce 151 2, 80 | to God, ~but resist the devil, and he will fly from you," 152 2, 80 | rightly nor truly, if the devil were able to compel us, 153 2, 80 | 1/1~I answer that, The devil, by his own power, unless 154 2, 80 | reason; the use of which the devil is able to impede altogether, 155 2, 80 | consequently evident that the ~devil can nowise compel man to 156 2, 80 | not resist, is not in the devil's power; ~wherefore he cannot 157 2, 80 | sins of men are due to the devil's suggestion?~Aquin.: SMT 158 2, 80 | sins of men are due to the devil's ~suggestion. For Dionysius 159 2, 80 | becomes the slave of the devil, ~according to Jn. 8:34: " 160 2, 80 | has been ~overcome by the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 161 2, 80 | iv, 10) the sin of the devil is ~irreparable, because 162 2, 80 | sins of men are due to the devil's suggestion.~Aquin.: SMT 163 2, 80 | thoughts are incited by the devil; sometimes they are due 164 2, 80 | 1/1~I answer that, the devil is the occasional and indirect 165 2, 80 | the fact that even if the ~devil were no more, men would 166 2, 80 | becomes the slave of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 167 2, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The devil's sin was irremediable, 168 2, 81 | Now, while ~man, like the devil, is the cause of another' 169 2, 81 | 24): "By ~the envy of the devil, death came into this world." 170 2, 84 | and into the snare of the devil . . . ~for covetousness 171 2, 85 | sin is no worse than the devil's. But natural good remains 172 2, 87 | passions, temptations of the devil, and the like ~are causes 173 2, 90 | inclining to evil is the devil, of whose temptations ~we 174 2, 98 | through its ~subjects. For the devil would not make a law whereby 175 2, 105 | are washed away, and the devil is shown ~to be the arch-murderer.~ 176 2, 112 | not bestow grace on the devil, is that he did not wish, 177 2, 11 | themselves from the snares of the devil." Now if heretics are not ~ 178 2, 13 | Godhead, by ascribing to the devil the works of the Holy Ghost, 179 2, 13 | according to the malice of the devil who tempts him, to be led 180 2, 17 | hope in the damned. For the devil is ~damned and prince of 181 2, 17 | which was prepared for the devil and ~his angels." But the 182 2, 17 | and ~his angels." But the devil has hope, according to Job 183 2, 17 | 20) this is said of the ~devil as regards his members, 184 2, 17 | it be ~understood of the devil himself, it may refer to 185 2, 32 | of himself and from the devil, i.e. in respect of sin 186 2, 34 | sins, but that when the devil tempts us to envy, he is ~ 187 2, 34 | passage, "by the envy of the devil, death came ~into the world" ( 188 2, 41 | is never inspired by the devil." Therefore scandal is not 189 2, 43 | because it imitates ~the devil's pride, of which it is 190 2, 53 | tempted by the world and the devil. But no prudence of the 191 2, 53 | of the world, or of ~the devil is accounted a sin. Therefore 192 2, 53 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The devil tempts us, not through the 193 2, 53 | speak of "prudence of the ~devil," as of a prudence directed 194 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the devil exceeds all in malice on 195 2, 74 | not lawful to curse the devil, as neither is it ~lawful 196 2, 74 | the ~ungodly curseth the devil, he curseth his own soul." 197 2, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In the devil both nature and guilt must 198 2, 74 | when a sinner curses the ~devil on account of his guilt, 199 2, 74 | curse this even in the ~devil, as stated above (A[1]). 200 2, 74 | archangel, disputing with the devil, contended about the body 201 2, 86 | men vow to renounce the devil and his pomps, ~and to keep 202 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: Renouncing the devil's pomps and keeping the 203 2, 88 | is also ascribed to the devil, ~who, by God's permission, 204 2, 88 | compulsion, which relates to the devil, who uses the irrational ~ 205 2, 92 | who triumphed over the devil.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 206 2, 93 | only vain inventions of the devil's deceit, as ~Augustine 207 2, 93 | the machinations of the devil, and ~styled by Scripture 208 2, 94 | instrument employed by the devil in order to deceive man. 209 2, 116 | who was possessed by ~the devil (Mk. 5) and was troubled 210 2, 116 | who was ~possessed by the devil, not that the former is 211 2, 130 | abode in the servants of the devil, vainglory finds a place 212 2, 138 | 9): "Your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, goeth 213 2, 138 | James 4:7: "Resist the devil, and he will fly from you." 214 2, 139 | knowledge: wherefore the devil promised man knowledge, ~ 215 2, 145 | Mt. 17:20, "This kind of devil" says: "To fast is ~to abstain 216 2, 148 | that "nothing gains the devil's ~favor so much as drunkenness 217 2, 148 | greatest favor with the devil, not for ~being graver than 218 2, 152 | mankind is subjected to the devil by carnal lust more ~than 219 2, 152 | instance when by the work ~of a devil the sleeper's phantasms 220 2, 152 | against the wiles of the devil. Hence the ~words of the 221 2, 152 | through the wickedness of the devil alone. Thus we read in the ~ 222 2, 152 | festivals, and that the devil brought this ~about in order 223 2, 161 | commenting on Lk. 4:3, "And the devil said ~to Him," that the 224 2, 161 | said ~to Him," that the devil in tempting Christ observed 225 2, 161 | Further, man sinned at the devil's suggestion. Now the devil 226 2, 161 | devil's suggestion. Now the devil in ~tempting man promised 227 2, 161 | while both (namely the devil and the first man) coveted ~ 228 2, 161 | On the other hand, ~the devil sinned by coveting God's 229 2, 161 | be like God. Thus did the devil, who was ~unwilling to be 230 2, 163 | man to be tempted by the devil?~(2) Of the manner and order 231 2, 163 | man to be tempted by the devil?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 232 2, 163 | man to be tempted by ~the devil. For the same final punishment 233 2, 163 | which was prepared for the devil and his ~angels." Now the 234 2, 163 | by suggestion. ~Now the devil is able to make suggestions 235 2, 163 | unfittingly tempted by the devil ~through a serpent.~Aquin.: 236 2, 163 | and ~sensitive. Hence the devil, in tempting man, made use 237 2, 163 | the act of tempting the devil was by way of principal ~ 238 2, 163 | her union with man, the devil was able to deceive the 239 2, 163 | A suggestion whereby the devil suggests something to man ~ 240 2, 163 | spiritually, shows the devil to have more power against 241 2, 163 | imagination is changed by the devil [*Cf. FP, Q[91], A[3]]; 242 2, 163 | outward creature. ~Now the devil had a minimum of power against 243 2, 163 | not to ~suppose that the devil chose the serpent as his 244 2, 163 | account of the cunning of the ~devil, who wrought his wiles in 245 2, 163 | former was the work of a devil, whereas the ~latter was 246 2, 163 | its ~own nature, but the devil in it, who was already condemned 247 2, 163 | 18), ~"his, that is, the devil's, punishment mentioned 248 2, 163 | cannot be tempted by the devil, ~except through that part 249 2, 163 | a woman. The seed of the devil is the temptation to evil, 250 2, 166 | It is not God, but the devil, that is the author of fun. 251 2, 167 | God made, but those the devil has unmade; ~with him shalt 252 2, 170 | prophesy by the spirit of the devil, such as ~diviners, but 253 2, 170 | discerned by the fact that the devil sometimes ~utters what is 254 2, 170 | Further, it is said of the devil (Jn. 8:44) that "when he ~ 255 2, 170 | speaketh of his own, for the devil is a liar, and the ~father 256 2, 170 | inspiring his prophets, the devil ~speaks only of his own, 257 2, 170 | John ~Chrysostom]: "The devil is allowed sometimes to 258 2, 184 | and into the snare of the devil." ~This attachment is put 259 2, 185 | pale horse," says: "The devil finding that he cannot succeed, 260 2, 186 | the ~temptations of the devil, than to protect the faithful 261 2, 186 | not while serving the rich devil; the Church ~rejects them 262 3, 1 | by it not to prefer the devil to himself, nor to honor 263 3, 1 | done in such a way that the devil should be ~overcome by the 264 3, 4 | that the conqueror of the devil should ~spring from the 265 3, 4 | the stock conquered by the devil. Thirdly, because God's ~ 266 3, 8 | Christ?~(7) Whether the devil is the head of all the wicked?~( 267 3, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the devil is the head of all the wicked?~ 268 3, 8 | It would seem that the devil is not the head of the wicked. 269 3, 8 | Him head," etc. But the devil has ~no power of spreading 270 3, 8 | the sinner. Therefore the devil cannot be called the head 271 3, 8 | not every sin is ~from the devil; and this is plain as regards 272 3, 8 | of man ~proceeds from the devil, for it is said (De Eccles. 273 3, 8 | by the suggestion of the ~devil; but sometimes they spring 274 3, 8 | our will." ~Therefore the devil is not the head of all the 275 3, 8 | Nom. iv). Therefore the devil cannot be called the head 276 3, 8 | referred to the head," i.e. the devil.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 277 3, 8 | him. And in this way the ~devil is head of all the wicked. 278 3, 8 | end. But the end of the devil is the ~aversion of the 279 3, 8 | rule and government of the devil, and therefore he is ~called 280 3, 8 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the devil does not influence the rational 281 3, 8 | way, the ~first sin of the devil, who "sinneth from the beginning" ( 282 3, 8 | suggestion. And hence the devil is the ~head of all the 283 3, 8 | 25: "By the envy of the devil, death came into the world. 284 3, 8 | heads of one body. But the devil is the head of the ~multitude 285 3, 8 | Anti-christ is a member of the devil. Now the head is ~distinguished 286 3, 8 | preceded, as the sin of the devil preceded. So ~likewise he 287 3, 8 | humanity were assumed by the devil into unity of person, as 288 3, 8 | Son of God; but that the devil by suggestion ~infuses his 289 3, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The devil and Anti-christ are not 290 3, 8 | as the wickedness of the devil ~is most fully impressed 291 3, 8 | the wicked, namely the ~devil, who is king over all the 292 3, 8 | Anti-christ is a ~member of the devil and yet is head of the wicked.~ 293 3, 8 | perfection. For in him the ~devil, as it were, brings his 294 3, 14 | seem ~more fitting for the devil's power to be overcome and 295 3, 14 | wherewith He ~vanquished the devil and healed human weakness.~ 296 3, 15 | against its nature by the devil, as Damascene ~says (De 297 3, 15 | part ~of the world and the devil, and won the crown of victory 298 3, 29 | might be hidden from the devil, who would think Him to 299 3, 29 | new-born Child: lest the devil should ~plot serious hurt 300 3, 29 | might be hidden from the devil."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 301 3, 29 | says (De Trin. iii), the devil can do many ~things by his 302 3, 29 | by his natural power the devil could know that ~the Mother 303 3, 29 | Birth. That afterwards the ~devil after a fashion knew that 304 3, 29 | known His power against the devil, and to suffer persecution 305 3, 29 | behooved the malice of the devil to be ~withheld, lest he 306 3, 29 | to understand this of the devil's members. For, after giving 307 3, 30 | serpent being sent by ~the devil to cajole the woman by the 308 3, 34 | as to ~demerit. But the devil could not sin in the first 309 3, 36 | thus the overthrow of the devil's kingdom was ~foreshadowed. 310 3, 36 | troubled in himself as the devil in ~Herod. For Herod thought 311 3, 36 | Him to be a man, but the devil thought Him to be ~God. 312 3, 36 | successor to his kingdom: the devil, a heavenly ~successor; 313 3, 36 | world from ~the power of the devil; whence it is written (Malachi 314 3, 37 | saved us, viz. from the devil, whose spoils ~He took away, 315 3, 39 | escape the ~assaults of the devil. Again, the dove prefers 316 3, 39 | i.e. imitators, of the devil. Again, the dove tears not 317 3, 40 | is a shield ~against the devil, and that after baptism 318 3, 41 | destroy the works of the ~devil, according to 1 Jn. 3:8: " 319 3, 41 | destroy the works of the devil." But it is not for the 320 3, 41 | Himself to be tempted by the ~devil.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 321 3, 41 | flesh, the ~world, and the devil. But Christ was not tempted 322 3, 41 | have been tempted by the devil.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 323 3, 41 | desert to be tempted by the devil."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 324 3, 41 | The temptations of the devil assail those principally 325 3, 41 | overcome the temptations of the devil. Hence Augustine says (De 326 3, 41 | Himself to be tempted" by the devil, "that He might ~be our 327 3, 41 | Son of God: wherefore (the devil) wished to tempt ~Him. This 328 3, 41 | betrayed His ~human nature, the devil would not have dared to 329 3, 41 | destroy the works of the devil, not by ~powerful deeds, 330 3, 41 | members, so as ~to conquer the devil by righteousness, not by 331 3, 41 | De Trin. xiii) that "the devil was to be overcome, not 332 3, 41 | what He ~suffered from the devil. For that He allowed Himself 333 3, 41 | desert, to be tempted by the devil"; and Gregory ~(Hom. xvi 334 3, 41 | But He suffered from the devil in being "taken ~up" on 335 3, 41 | have been taken up by ~the devil, not, as it were, by force, 336 3, 41 | most ~especially does the devil assail by tempting us, when 337 3, 41 | set down, in ~which "the devil took" Christ up "into the 338 3, 41 | Himself to be tempted by the devil, just as by His own free-will ~ 339 3, 41 | by His members; else the devil would not have ~dared to 340 3, 41 | to approach Him. Now the devil prefers to assail a man 341 3, 41 | be tempted there by the devil. ~Hence Ambrose says on 342 3, 41 | purpose of provoking the devil. For had he," i.e. the devil, " 343 3, 41 | devil. For had he," i.e. the devil, "not ~fought, He," i.e. 344 3, 41 | us, by showing that the devil envies those ~who strive 345 3, 41 | temptation is on the part of the devil, who always ~"envies those 346 3, 41 | be in the desert from the devil's standpoint, ~for no unrighteousness, 347 3, 41 | unrighteousness, in which the devil delights, is there. Again, ~ 348 3, 41 | no danger in giving the devil such an occasion of ~temptation; 349 3, 41 | the assault of the envious devil. ~[*All the codices read ' 350 3, 41 | tempted ~in the desert by the devil, but not that He was tempted 351 3, 41 | that He was tempted by ~the devil, not after, but during, 352 3, 41 | But He was tempted ~by the devil, not only once, for it is 353 3, 41 | temptation being ended, the devil departed from Him for a 354 3, 41 | in order to show that the devil assails with temptations 355 3, 41 | powerful ~shield against the devil; and that after baptism 356 3, 41 | followed, which made the devil ~dare to approach Him, as 357 3, 41 | to its ~nature. For the devil was to be conquered, not 358 3, 41 | hungry," thus affording the devil a ~pretext for approaching 359 3, 41 | Matthew (4:11): "Then the devil left Him," i.e. after the ~ 360 3, 41 | Christ suffered from the devil during that time of His 361 3, 41 | Ambrose says on Lk. 4:13, the devil departed from Christ ~"for 362 3, 41 | were ~unbecoming. For the devil tempts in order to induce 363 3, 41 | he intends. But when the devil set Christ on a pinnacle 364 3, 41 | purposed to overcome ~the devil by humility, not by might." 365 3, 41 | inclination. Consequently the devil ~does not straight away 366 3, 41 | 2/3~Thus, too, did the devil set about the temptation 367 3, 41 | country. Consequently the devil esteemed that if Christ 368 3, 41 | this is signified by ~the devil urging Christ to seek spiritual 369 3, 41 | such things. And so the devil was not ~satisfied with 370 3, 41 | 2/2~In like manner [the devil] in the preceding temptations 371 3, 41 | temptation being ended, the devil departed from Him,' ~unless 372 3, 41 | of being tempted by the ~devil saying, "If Thou be the 373 3, 41 | nor did He upbraid the devil. But when the devil usurped 374 3, 41 | the devil. But when the devil usurped to ~himself the 375 3, 41 | Hom. v in Matth.): "The devil set Him" ~(on a pinnacle 376 3, 41 | whereas, ~unawares to the devil, He acted in such sort that 377 3, 41 | and silver: but ~that the devil pointed out the quarters 378 3, 43 | over the soul: ~since the devil does not work against his 379 3, 44 | was Christ.' For when the devil saw Him ~weakened by His 380 3, 44 | seek ~to learn from the devil when we have the Divine 381 3, 46 | without money." But the devil possessed no right over 382 3, 46 | should have ~despoiled the devil solely by His power and 383 3, 46 | overcome and deceived by the ~devil, so also it should be a 384 3, 46 | that should overthrow the devil; and as ~man deserved death, 385 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the devil assailed man unjustly, nevertheless, 386 3, 46 | justly left by God under the devil's bondage. And ~therefore 387 3, 46 | should be delivered ~from the devil's bondage by Christ making 388 3, 46 | overthrowing the pride of ~the devil, "who is a deserter from 389 3, 47 | 6:71: "One of you is a devil," alluding to ~Judas, who 390 3, 48 | says (De Trin. xiii): "The devil had to be ~overthrown by 391 3, 48 | Consequently, since the devil by treachery deceived and ~ 392 3, 48 | holder. But it was not to the devil, who held us in bondage, 393 3, 48 | slave." Since, then, the devil had overcome ~man by inducing 394 3, 48 | man was subject to the devil's bondage. ~Secondly, as 395 3, 48 | both of God and of the ~devil. Through guilt he had offended 396 3, 48 | and put himself under the devil ~by consenting to him; consequently 397 3, 48 | permission, fell under the devil's servitude on account of ~ 398 3, 48 | sovereign judge, and to the devil as his torturer, according ~ 399 3, 48 | after deceiving man, the devil, so far as in him lay, held 400 3, 48 | but not with regard to the devil.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 401 3, 48 | but not with regard to the devil, the price had to be ~paid 402 3, 48 | had to be ~paid not to the devil, but to God. And therefore 403 3, 48 | precious blood - not to the ~devil, but to God.~Aquin.: SMT 404 3, 49 | delivered from the power of the devil?~(3) Whether we were freed 405 3, 49 | were delivered from the devil's power through Christ's 406 3, 49 | delivered from the power of the ~devil through Christ's Passion. 407 3, 49 | the ~Divine permission the devil could never do hurt to any 408 3, 49 | received from God, the ~devil first injured him in his 409 3, 49 | Christ's leave. Therefore the devil never had ~power over men: 410 3, 49 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the devil exercises his power over 411 3, 49 | But deliverance rom the devil's power is not found ~everywhere, 412 3, 49 | delivered from the power of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 413 3, 49 | Therefore by His ~Passion the devil was deprived of his power 414 3, 49 | regarding the ~power which the devil exercised over men previous 415 3, 49 | be delivered ~over to the devil's power, and was overcome 416 3, 49 | justice left man under the devil's power. The third is on 417 3, 49 | power. The third is on the devil's ~part, who out of his 418 3, 49 | was delivered from the ~devil's power, in so far as the 419 3, 49 | Passion freed us from the devil's power, inasmuch as it ~ 420 3, 49 | Passion delivered us from the devil, inasmuch as in ~Christ' 421 3, 49 | xiii, cap. xiv): "The ~devil was vanquished by Christ' 422 3, 49 | believed in Him whom the devil slew, though He was no ~ 423 3, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The devil is said to have had such 424 3, 49 | God so permitting it, the devil can still tempt men's souls ~ 425 3, 49 | And all who resisted the devil previous to the Passion ~ 426 3, 49 | was able to escape the ~devil's hands, i.e. so as not 427 3, 49 | Reply OBJ 3: God permits the devil to deceive men by certain 428 3, 52 | it was ~fitting when the devil was overthrown by the Passion 429 3, 57 | been held captives by the devil - to heaven, as ~to a place 430 3, 59 | written (Mk. 1:24) that the devil cried out: "What have we 431 3, 63 | from the servants of the ~devil, either in relation to eternal 432 3, 64 | above (Q[8], A[7]), the devil is head of the ~wicked, 433 3, 64 | their being members of the devil. Consequently, it does not 434 3, 64 | follow ~that "a fortiori" the devil, their head, can do so.~ 435 3, 66 | and the cunning of the devil hindered from impeding the ~ 436 3, 66 | because the power of the devil is restrained, by prayers, ~ 437 3, 68 | their renunciation of the devil and this world?" For the ~ 438 3, 71 | is a subject of sin, the devil has power ~over him, according 439 3, 71 | not upon thorns." Now the devil is the enemy ~of man's salvation, 440 3, 71 | outward operation of the devil. And though not all that 441 3, 71 | OBJ 2: The power of the devil in so far as he hinders 442 3, 71 | order to expel from them the devil's ~hostile power, which 443 3, 71 | command to cast out the devil's ~power, for instance, 444 3, 71 | says: "Therefore, accursed devil, go out ~from him," etc.~ 445 3, 71 | Augustine, i.e. as to the devil not placing obstacles against 446 3, 71 | lxxvi): ~"Know that the devil's evil power remains until 447 3, 79 | being made ~terrible to the devil."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 448 3, 80 | yet ~baptized, in whom the devil's power is not yet extinct, 449 3, 86 | Lord delivered from the ~devil the man who was both dumb 450 Suppl, 21| Archangel disputing with the devil contended about the body ~ 451 Suppl, 21| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The devil cannot be brought to repentance, 452 Suppl, 21| respect he says that "the devil receives greater power ~ 453 Suppl, 21| troubled in his body by the devil. Nor is it unreasonable ~ 454 Suppl, 37| ways, for he casts out the devil who disturbs a man both 455 Suppl, 37| through the power of the devil, ~namely those who are possessed: 456 Suppl, 37| from the slavery of the devil. This, too, shows the degrees 457 Suppl, 43| age was carried off by the devil ~on account of the sin of 458 Suppl, 58| work is stronger than the devil's. But a spell is ~the work 459 Suppl, 58| spell is ~the work of the devil. Therefore it cannot hinder 460 Suppl, 58| impediment, for ~since the devil has no power over others 461 Suppl, 58| became the slave of ~the devil was transmitted to us by 462 Suppl, 58| this reason God allows the devil to exercise his power of 463 Suppl, 58| according to Gn. 3, since ~the devil tempted the woman through 464 Suppl, 58| work may be hindered by the devil's work with God's ~permission; 465 Suppl, 58| permission; not that the devil is stronger than God so 466 Suppl, 58| witchcraft. Again, if the devil ~has been given power over 467 Suppl, 58| to one only: because the devil is a voluntary ~cause not 468 Suppl, 63| commits fornication with the devil. Nor is there a spiritual 469 Suppl, 64| says (Dial. i) that the devil took possession of a ~woman 470 Suppl, 66| Church, was corrupted ~by the devil through idolatry. Hence 471 Suppl, 69| argues as follows: "Since the devil and the demons ~wander throughout 472 Suppl, 70| which ~was prepared for the devil," etc. Therefore separated 473 Suppl, 70| fire was prepared for the devil ~and his angels, who are 474 Suppl, 70| it is worded thus: "The devil, wherever he is, whether 475 Suppl, 71| for not praying for the devil and ~his angels who are 476 Suppl, 72| regards guilt, since the devil sinned ~there, and as regards 477 Suppl, 72| from both places man and devil were expelled ~forthwith 478 Suppl, 72| which was prepared for the devil," etc., and (Is. ~30:33): " 479 Suppl, 72| created or fashioned by the devil deny the resurrection of 480 Suppl, 86| subjected themselves to the devil by ~sinning. Therefore it 481 Suppl, 86| man to be subjected to the devil for ~having sinned, and 482 Suppl, 86| Leviathan, whereby ~the devil is signified (Job 40:28): " 483 Suppl, 93| gloss on Mt. 4:5, ~"Then the devil took Him up," says that " 484 Suppl, 93| Him up," says that "the devil deceives many who are ~puffed 485 Suppl, 93| victory gained over the devil, when a person not only 486 Suppl, 93| refuses to yield to ~the devil's assaults, but also drives 487 Suppl, 93| salvation, by which teaching the devil is expelled from ~men's 488 Suppl, 93| In the conflict with ~the devil, the chief victory is to 489 Suppl, 94| De ~Fide Orth. iv): The devil, and "demons, and his men" [* 490 Suppl, 96| which is prepared for the devil and his angels." ~Therefore 491 Suppl, 96| Writ (Apoc. 20:9,10): "The ~devil who seduced them was cast 492 Suppl, 96| and it refers to the devil. Therefore it would seem 493 Suppl, 96| themselves from the snares of the devil." ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] 494 Suppl, 96| relief the greatness of the devil's ~sin, or of Nabuchodonosor' 495 Appen1, 2| pains ~inflicted by the devil, as was the case with Job.


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