Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
puniendus 1
punish 59
punishable 7
punished 404
punisher 2
punishes 28
punishing 38
Frequency    [«  »]
405 produced
404 44
404 50
404 punished
404 vices
403 removed
403 show
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

punished

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | when by its justice he is punished.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 2 1, 48 | Div. Nom. iv): "To be punished is not an evil; but it is 3 1, 64 | natural powers, as a ~man is punished by being deprived of a hand 4 1, 64 | than man's sin. But man is ~punished with sorrow on account of 5 1, 64 | much ~more is the devil punished with the grief of sorrow, 6 1, 64 | Further, the demons are punished with the pain of fire. But 7 1, 65 | evil in another might be punished. Secondly, ~because it would 8 1, 49 | Div. Nom. iv): "To be punished is not an evil; but it is 9 1, 65 | natural powers, as a ~man is punished by being deprived of a hand 10 1, 65 | than man's sin. But man is ~punished with sorrow on account of 11 1, 65 | much ~more is the devil punished with the grief of sorrow, 12 1, 65 | Further, the demons are punished with the pain of fire. But 13 1, 66 | evil in another might be punished. Secondly, ~because it would 14 1, 95 | disobedience to ~God, man was punished by the disobedience of those 15 1, 102 | no one would be justly punished by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 102 | Therefore they are justly punished by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 2, 17 | sense, that the soul is punished for its rebellion ~against 18 2, 20 | rewarded for doing good, or punished for ~doing evil." Now works 19 2, 20 | that man is ordered to be ~punished, both follow from the nature 20 2, 21 | belongs to him, he is not punished, as if he had destroyed 21 2, 35 | should feel no pain in being ~punished by the loss of good." Therefore 22 2, 39 | nature, he could not be punished by the loss of good." Because, 23 2, 67 | be ~possibility of being punished. Filial fear has two acts: 24 2, 69 | frequently men ~are not punished in this life, according 25 2, 71 | contrary, A man is justly punished for a vicious act; but not 26 2, 72 | so as to deserve to be ~punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT FS 27 2, 76 | drunkards to be more severely ~punished if they assaulted anyone; 28 2, 79 | to the good of the person punished, ~who is thereby deprived 29 2, 81 | father, ~because he is not punished for his father's sin, unless 30 2, 81 | for fault. Now some are punished by the ~judgment of God 31 2, 84 | comprises some that are punished thus. ~Therefore the capital 32 2, 87 | Accordingly, man can be punished with a threefold punishment ~ 33 2, 87 | the good of those who are punished, when, to wit, men arise 34 2, 87 | natural to the one who is punished. Therefore ~it cannot be 35 2, 87 | punishment: in fact ~they are punished sometimes by imprisonment 36 2, 87 | his own eternity should be punished in God's eternity. A ~man 37 2, 87 | medicine for the one who is punished, ~but sometimes only for 38 2, 87 | incurred by those who are punished for original sin alone." 39 2, 87 | Therefore all sins are not punished ~eternally.~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 87 | die." Therefore a man is ~punished by God even after his sin 41 2, 87 | the innocent should ~be punished seem to come under the same 42 2, 87 | relation to a sin in the one punished. ~Sometimes this is a relation 43 2, 87 | actual sin, as when a man is punished by ~God or man for a sin 44 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Whether anyone is punished for another's sin?~Aquin.: 45 2, 87 | would seem that one may be punished for another's sin. For it ~ 46 2, 87 | children are sometimes punished for their ~parents, as in 47 2, 87 | Divine justice, one is punished for another's sin.~Aquin.: 48 2, 87 | replied that the son is punished, not for the ~father's sin, 49 2, 87 | than of ~outsiders, who are punished in like manner as those 50 2, 87 | therefore, that children are punished, not for their ~own sins, 51 2, 87 | penal, then each one is punished for his own sin only, because 52 2, 87 | does happen that one is punished for another's ~sin. For 53 2, 87 | regard to both the one ~punished and the one he is punished 54 2, 87 | punished and the one he is punished for. But if they do not 55 2, 87 | regard to the one who is punished, it ~is merely medicinal ( 56 2, 87 | fathers are said to be punished in their children, because 57 2, 87 | that either they who are ~punished, or others may be restrained 58 2, 87 | near of kin are said to be punished, rather ~than outsiders, 59 2, 88 | mortal ~sins deserve to be punished by the privation of seeing 60 2, 89 | On the contrary, Man is punished for original sin in the 61 2, 89 | A[6]): whereas men are punished in hell for no other than 62 2, 89 | place where a man can be punished for ~venial sin with no 63 2, 92 | merely through fear of ~being punished, is not good: because "although 64 2, 93 | permits many things which are ~punished by Divine providence." But 65 2, 95 | the evil-doer should be punished; but that he ~be punished 66 2, 95 | punished; but that he ~be punished in this or that way, is 67 2, 96 | which in an adult are ~punished by law or at any rate are 68 2, 96 | unpunished many things that are punished by ~Divine providence. Nor, 69 2, 97 | the Church ought ~to be punished as those who disobey the 70 2, 100 | the law, deserves to be punished. Hence ~it would follow 71 2, 100 | virtue, would deserve ~to be punished, whatever he does. But this 72 2, 100 | by man nor by God is he punished as breaking the law, who ~ 73 2, 100 | reason he deserves to be punished.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 74 2, 105 | slight offenses are severely ~punished: thus (Num. 15:32, seqq.) 75 2, 105 | 21:12) a murderer to be ~punished with death. But the death 76 2, 105 | cannot be ~sufficiently punished by the slaying of a dumb 77 2, 105 | untruthful should be ~severely punished, as stated in Dt. 19:16, 78 2, 105 | unless they be severely punished. Fourthly, on account of 79 2, 105 | should be more severely punished in order to deter others ~ 80 2, 105 | that the sin be severely punished in ~order to deter others 81 2, 105 | knowledge: yet he was not punished by the judges but expiated ~ 82 2, 105 | malice: and then he ~was punished according to the greatness 83 2, 105 | rebellion, which was always punished by death, as stated ~above. 84 2, 105 | remission: wherefore he was punished by remaining a slave ~for 85 2, 105 | owner was more ~severely punished if his ox had butted anyone " 86 2, 105 | we do not deserve to be punished for those things which ~ 87 2, 105 | For just as one man is punished for a sin ~committed by 88 2, 105 | may one nation or city be punished for a ~crime, that others 89 2, 105 | maidservants are severely punished: and the worse treatment 90 2, 105 | commanded the stubborn son to be punished by the rulers of ~the city.~ 91 2, 107 | sins through fear of being punished, his will does not shrink 92 2, 114 | demerit of sin some are punished by God with temporal ~punishments, 93 2, 7 | whereby one dreads to be punished by God; ~and this is servile 94 2, 10 | unbeliever is more severely punished for his sin of ~unbelief 95 2, 12 | fitting that they should ~be punished by being deprived of the 96 2, 12 | that they are deservedly punished, will nevertheless ~complain 97 2, 12 | things for which they are punished, would wish to use them ~ 98 2, 12 | them, but because they are punished for them. Accordingly this ~ 99 2, 13 | come, ~because they were punished for it, both in the present 100 2, 16 | God, through fear of being punished by Him for his ~sins, as 101 2, 18 | separated from God and to be punished by Him. ~Now it is the same 102 2, 30 | the contrary, No man is punished eternally for omitting to 103 2, 30 | of precept. But some are punished eternally for omitting to ~ 104 2, 31 | cease sinning by being ~punished, and because, if he be incorrigible, 105 2, 37 | we find the sin of schism punished more severely than ~even 106 2, 37 | David were most severely ~punished (4 Kgs. 17). Therefore the 107 2, 37 | falling into idolatry, to be punished in an ~unwonted manner: 108 2, 37 | enough that they should be punished in the usual ~way. On the 109 2, 37 | against his authority to be punished in a miraculous and unwonted 110 2, 37 | sometimes more ~severely punished in that people, because 111 2, 37 | the ten tribes, they were punished not only for the sin of ~ 112 2, 37 | that schismatics should be punished with ~excommunication?~Aquin.: 113 2, 37 | schismatics are not rightly punished with ~excommunication. For 114 2, 37 | disturb her peace, must be punished by the secular ~power." 115 2, 37 | Therefore they ought not to be punished with excommunication.~Aquin.: 116 2, 37 | the same also he should be punished" [Vulg.: 'he is tormented']. 117 2, 38 | nation or ~state has to be punished, for refusing to make amends 118 2, 38 | unless they repent, they are punished eternally ~for their sinful 119 2, 42 | blamed nor deserves to be punished for this, so too he ~that 120 2, 57 | OBJ 2: Further, no man is punished by the civil law, except 121 2, 57 | Now suicides were formerly punished according ~to the law of 122 2, 57 | to ~God. Wherefore he is punished in accordance with both 123 2, 58 | to judge. For nothing is punished except ~what is unlawful. 124 2, 58 | praise of some that they punished sins without having authority ~ 125 2, 58 | authority ~over those whom they punished; such as Moses in slaying 126 2, 59 | who strikes a prince is punished more than one who strikes 127 2, 59 | involuntarily is less severely punished. Now voluntary and ~involuntary 128 2, 59 | but is much more severely punished. In like manner when a man ~ 129 2, 59 | lose nothing, and so he is ~punished by making restitution several 130 2, 60 | in ~addition he must be punished for the injustice committed. 131 2, 60 | taker. Now none should ~be punished except the one who sinned. 132 2, 61 | person is more severely punished on account of a ~crime committed 133 2, 63 | P. I, sect. ~4, can. i] punished those who castrated themselves 134 2, 64 | mortal sin deserves to be punished with death. But in ~the 135 2, 64 | But in ~the Law theft is punished not by death but by indemnity, 136 2, 64 | unreasonable for a man to be punished with eternal death for ~ 137 2, 64 | guilt of adultery, which is punished with death. Hence the text ~ 138 2, 64 | robbery is more severely punished ~than theft.~Aquin.: SMT 139 2, 65 | done mercy." Now no man is punished for not doing ~what he cannot 140 2, 65 | guilty party should be ~punished - for instance on account 141 2, 65 | that evil-doers should ~be punished.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 142 2, 65 | behooves ~ill-deeds to be punished, in order that. men may 143 2, 66 | 4) How should those be punished who have accused a man wrongfully?~ 144 2, 66 | proofs: ~wherefore he is not punished if he is unable to prove. 145 2, 66 | intent hinders a sin ~being punished. This again happens in two 146 2, 66 | him in danger of being punished severely, should himself 147 2, 66 | commonwealth; wherefore he is punished on ~both counts. This is 148 2, 67 | regards his accuser, who is punished if he fail to ~prove his 149 2, 67 | Without doubt ~a man should be punished if his appeal be declared 150 2, 69 | sin. Yet ~an advocate is punished if he throws up his brief ( 151 2, 74 | manifest sin, which has to ~be punished. Likewise although it is 152 2, 80 | Lent]: "That we who are punished by fasting may be comforted 153 2, 83 | that evildoers should be ~punished; but that this or that punishment 154 2, 84 | are bound to make ~may be punished by being deprived of the 155 2, 87 | the same sense a cleric is punished, according to the canons ( 156 2, 92 | seems that lesser evils are punished with greater ~evils. But 157 2, 92 | the sin of idolatry was punished with the sin against nature, ~ 158 2, 92 | sin whereby another sin is punished needs to be more manifest, 159 2, 95 | know this?" so that he was punished for his unbelief.~Aquin.: 160 2, 95 | tempting God was more severely punished in the Jews than was the ~ 161 2, 95 | sin of idolatry was not punished in the above manner, ~as 162 2, 96 | not for this reason to be punished as for a mortal ~sin." Therefore 163 2, 96 | these persons are not to be punished as ~for a mortal sin, this 164 2, 97 | fault, wherefore it is ~punished by capital sentence according 165 2, 97 | affliction." But ~sacrilege is punished with excommunication; major 166 2, 98 | of simony are fittingly punished by being ~deprived of what 167 2, 98 | simony are not ~fittingly punished by being deprived of what 168 2, 98 | Further, no one should be punished for what was done without 169 2, 98 | Therefore ~he should not be punished by being deprived of what 170 2, 98 | addition to this ~he is punished by being marked with infamy. 171 2, 98 | ecclesiastical punishment he is not punished ~as a simoniac, by being 172 2, 106 | borne with, if it cannot be ~punished without scandal to the multitude: 173 2, 106 | deeds, so are the wicked ~punished for their evil deeds. Now 174 2, 106 | some who sin mortally are punished with death, ~it seems that 175 2, 106 | all such persons should be punished with death: and this is ~ 176 2, 106 | another. Yet one man is punished for another, according to 177 2, 106 | Therefore a person is to be punished without having ~deserved 178 2, 106 | But sometimes a man is punished for what is not in his power; 179 2, 106 | Therefore a person is sometimes punished without ~having voluntarily 180 2, 106 | it follows that no one is punished in this way, except for ~ 181 2, 106 | way a person is sometimes ~punished without any fault of his 182 2, 106 | important, sometimes a person is punished in his temporal ~goods without 183 2, 106 | probation. ~But no one is punished in spiritual goods without 184 2, 106 | another, and so he may be punished in punishment of the latter: 185 2, 106 | the people of ~Israel were punished for David's sin in numbering 186 2, 106 | sometimes even the good are punished in temporal matters together 187 2, 106 | judgment of God children are punished in temporal ~matters together 188 2, 106 | so that their parents are punished also in their ~person, and 189 2, 106 | and thus deserve to be ~punished still more severely. Vengeance 190 2, 106 | this way their owners are ~punished; and also in horror of sin.~ 191 2, 106 | way as the multitude is punished for the sin of one, in ~ 192 2, 131 | through fainthearted fear, was punished by his master (Mt. 25; Lk. 193 2, 146 | gluttony is most grievously punished, for Chrysostom says ~[* 194 2, 148 | seemingly drunkenness is punished most severely; for ~Ambrose 195 2, 148 | drunk to be more severely punished than if they had been ~sober, 196 2, 150 | olden ~times those were punished who led a celibate life, 197 2, 152 | flesh, doubtless he will be ~punished, but he will not perish." 198 2, 152 | all times detested and punished, such as were those of the 199 2, 155 | correction of the person punished. Hence love makes one quick 200 2, 155 | that a man is not to be punished any further. Hence Seneca 201 2, 155 | a person ~be no further punished.~ 202 2, 156 | to ~the man who is to be punished, but it is praiseworthy 203 2, 157 | a default of the person ~punished, but merely the pleasure 204 2, 157 | the default of the ~person punished, but exceeds in the mode 205 2, 157 | which requires a man to be punished on account of ~his offense, 206 2, 160 | man being unwilling to be ~punished for his sins confesses them 207 2, 160 | the greater evil is not punished by a lesser evil. But ~pride 208 2, 160 | But ~pride is sometimes punished by other sins according 209 2, 161 | parents was most severely punished, since by it "death entered 210 2, 161 | woman was more ~grievously punished than the man, as appears 211 2, 162 | wherefore parents are often punished in their ~children; or again 212 2, 162 | defects. Hence they were ~punished in two ways. In the first 213 2, 162 | sword." Secondly, they were punished by having ~appointed to 214 2, 162 | begetting of children, ~she was punished in two ways: first in the 215 2, 162 | regards family life she was punished by being subjected ~to her 216 2, 162 | In this respect he was punished in ~three ways. First, by 217 2, 163 | woman, and to have been punished ~by God.~Aquin.: SMT SS 218 2, 185 | able-bodied mendicant is punished by civil ~law, according 219 3, 7 | chaste" fear - or to be punished by Him, which ~pertains 220 3, 7 | from God by sin, nor being punished ~by Him on account of a 221 3, 14 | original, sometimes ~of the one punished, sometimes of the one for 222 3, 21 | sin, since the Jews were punished on account thereof. Therefore 223 3, 44 | cannot commit a ~fault or be punished: "but look at the miracle, 224 3, 46 | Further, the Jews were punished for slaying Christ as for ~ 225 3, 52 | children, since they are not punished with sensible ~pain on account 226 3, 56 | body may be rewarded or punished together with the ~soul, 227 3, 59 | in which souls are now ~punished or rewarded.~Aquin.: SMT 228 3, 59 | nor the souls of the lost punished in ~hell, until the Judgment-day. 229 3, 67 | would be liable to be ~punished as a rebaptizer. If, however, 230 3, 67 | together, ~they should be punished for baptizing in an improper 231 3, 68 | demand that a man ~should be punished for every sin of his, according 232 3, 69 | no ~longer deserves to be punished, and so it would be unjust 233 3, 71 | the sin for ~which man is punished after death; but only the 234 3, 74 | Celebr. Miss.), a ~priest is punished "for presuming to celebrate, 235 3, 80 | gloss observes: "He shall be punished as though he slew ~Christ." 236 3, 83 | the neglect ought to be punished. ~And on no account should 237 3, 85 | another, a man is either punished against his will, which 238 3, 86 | for such a sin a man is punished both in this ~and in the 239 3, 86 | since a man deserves to be punished because he has been guilty 240 3, 86 | the eternal Good should be punished eternally. ~Again, in so 241 Suppl, 8 | confessed thus, is more punished hereafter than if he had 242 Suppl, 8 | fornication a priest ~is punished for ten years, according 243 Suppl, 8 | that ~time, he would be punished in Purgatory: but it was 244 Suppl, 8 | strictly due. ~Hence he is punished less in Purgatory.~Aquin.: 245 Suppl, 10| absolution will be less punished in Purgatory than one who 246 Suppl, 12| will, as when anyone ~is punished by the judge for an offense 247 Suppl, 13| another; else, if he ~be punished all the same, a double punishment 248 Suppl, 13| satisfaction, and by him who is ~punished in Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT 249 Suppl, 13| follow that one sin is twice ~punished.~ 250 Suppl, 14| that sin, he will not be punished in ~hell for the other sins.~ 251 Suppl, 15| scourges whereby we are punished by God in ~this life, cannot 252 Suppl, 15| sins, in that he should be punished, and that ~satisfaction 253 Suppl, 16| they would deserve to be ~punished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] A[ 254 Suppl, 18| making satisfaction, is ~less punished in Purgatory, than if he 255 Suppl, 21| man is corrected by being punished, evil is not ~rendered to 256 Suppl, 23| sin of another who is thus punished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 257 Suppl, 25| would deliver him ~to be punished more severely in Purgatory.~ 258 Suppl, 28| be guilty, because he ~is punished, since sometimes one does 259 Suppl, 42| law that ~evil-doers be punished, but that such and such 260 Suppl, 43| betrothal, for no man should be punished for being under a penalty. ~ 261 Suppl, 43| contracts an infirmity would be punished if he were to ~lose his 262 Suppl, 43| evil ~result. Nor is one punished for being under a penalty, 263 Suppl, 45| Church, since in both he is ~punished for this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 264 Suppl, 46| fornication, and should be punished for this fraud ~he has committed.~ 265 Suppl, 52| inclination that he should be punished for his sin, and thus slavery ~ 266 Suppl, 52| and that no one should be punished who is not guilty; but the ~ 267 Suppl, 52| one who is not guilty be punished; for it ~is a punishment 268 Suppl, 55| is taken that he may be punished. ~But when it is a deed 269 Suppl, 58| the wife should not be ~punished for her husband's sin. Yet 270 Suppl, 58| s sin. Yet she would be punished if the ~marriage were annulled. 271 Suppl, 58| by the same also is he punished. ~Now such a man sins against 272 Suppl, 58| Therefore he ought to be punished ~by being deprived of marriage.~ 273 Suppl, 58| the wife should ~not be punished for her husband's sin. But 274 Suppl, 60| in that same must he be punished. But he who kills his wife 275 Suppl, 60| marriage. Therefore he must be punished by being deprived of ~marriage.~ 276 Suppl, 62| seek for the crime to be punished in a secular ~court, and 277 Suppl, 62| woman's and so he ~should be punished the more.~Aquin.: SMT XP 278 Suppl, 64| Reply OBJ 1: This woman was punished not because she paid the 279 Suppl, 64| consent ~thereto are equally punished (Rm. 1:32). But the one 280 Suppl, 65| a deadly sin should be punished with death. But the Old ~ 281 Suppl, 65| deadly, not because it is punished with ~temporal, but because 282 Suppl, 65| temporal, but because it is punished with eternal death. Hence 283 Suppl, 65| sins are sometimes not ~punished with temporal death by the 284 Suppl, 66| otherwise he would be punished for his wife's sin. Moreover, 285 Suppl, 67| Reply OBJ 5: The husband was punished in that case by being unable 286 Suppl, 68| For a child should not be punished on account of his ~father' 287 Suppl, 68| not say that a person is punished by not succeeding to the ~ 288 Suppl, 69| places, inasmuch as souls are punished or rewarded in certain places. ~ 289 Suppl, 69| abodes, ~in which souls are punished or rewarded after death.~ 290 Suppl, 69| Further, souls are sometimes punished in the places where they ~ 291 Suppl, 69| especially since some are punished for their sins in this world, ~ 292 Suppl, 69| assigned where they are ~punished ere they receive their reward, 293 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 3: One may be punished in two ways for original 294 Suppl, 69| possible, such a one would be punished in hell ~eternally: for 295 Suppl, 69| to venial sin that it be punished ~temporally in purgatory, 296 Suppl, 69| without grace, it ~will be punished eternally in hell. And since 297 Suppl, 69| unfitting to ~suppose that he be punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 298 Suppl, 69| separated souls are sometimes punished in the ~place where we dwell, 299 Suppl, 69| while yet in the flesh ~are punished here for their sins has 300 Suppl, 70| the separated soul is not ~punished with a bodily fire.~Aquin.: 301 Suppl, 70| be said that the soul is punished merely by seeing ~the fire, 302 Suppl, 70| Therefore the soul is not punished by that vision.~Aquin.: 303 Suppl, 70| therefrom since they are punished by that fire into which 304 Suppl, 70| just that it should be punished by being made subject to 305 Suppl, 71| for evil. But no man is punished for the evildoings ~of another; 306 Suppl, 71| becoming that ~one should be punished for another's sins, as it 307 Suppl, 71| by fortifying the person punished: even as a man who is ~carrying 308 Suppl, 72| purgatory, where souls will be punished for what they ~did in the 309 Suppl, 72| in the body, the soul is punished without the body. Therefore 310 Suppl, 79| body will be rewarded or punished on account of the merits 311 Suppl, 79| and in the wicked will be punished, with regard to pleasure ~ 312 Suppl, 83| seem that a man is more punished on account of the pains 313 Suppl, 83| Further, the damned will be punished with an everlasting punishment 314 Suppl, 83| living for ever they will be punished for ever. ~This is in keeping 315 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will be punished; which would not ~be the 316 Suppl, 85| number of ~damned to be punished, because the more numerous 317 Suppl, 86| their punishments, and punished by him as it were.~Aquin.: 318 Suppl, 86| on the part of the men ~punished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 319 Suppl, 86| punishments, men being punished by demons, lest the Divine 320 Suppl, 90| before, since they ~will be punished not only in the soul but 321 Suppl, 94| mode of guilt in the person punished; ~wherefore Gregory says ( 322 Suppl, 94| the ~unwise if they were punished with a spiritual and not 323 Suppl, 94| Therefore they will be punished with a corporeal fire.~Aquin.: 324 Suppl, 94| the soul alone would be punished after death. And as they 325 Suppl, 94| being incorporeal, to be punished with a ~corporeal fire, 326 Suppl, 94| fire whereby the wicked are punished ~is corporeal, and pretended 327 Suppl, 94| statements as to souls being ~punished in future after death by 328 Suppl, 94| souls of the wicked are punished after death, not by bodies 329 Suppl, 94| souls ~of the damned are punished by this corporeal fire.~ 330 Suppl, 94| just that they should be punished by those ~same things.~Aquin.: 331 Suppl, 94| whereby those bodies will be punished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 332 Suppl, 94| whereby the damned will be ~punished is not beneath the earth 333 Suppl, 94| in soul ~and body will be punished in both. But it does not 334 Suppl, 94| follow that a man will ~be punished in the very place where 335 Suppl, 95| sins indirectly, if they be punished for them. Thus Augustine 336 Suppl, 96| justice that sinners should be punished for ~ever.~Aquin.: SMT XP 337 Suppl, 96| mortal sin a man should be punished for ever.~Aquin.: SMT XP 338 Suppl, 96| the more grievously is he punished: "As much as she hath glorified ~ 339 Suppl, 96| short space of time is not ~punished with a momentary penalty 340 Suppl, 96| should never cease to be punished, who in ~this life never 341 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment, and are punished for their own wickedness. 342 Suppl, 96| overcame by its assistance are punished eternally."~Aquin.: SMT 343 Suppl, 96| Therefore they will be punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 344 Suppl, 96| angels to be eternally ~punished. Wherefore just as he maintained 345 Suppl, 96| in so far as they ~are punished less than they deserve condignly, 346 Suppl, 96| suffers at least men to be punished eternally?~Aquin.: SMT XP 347 Suppl, 96| suffer at least men to be ~punished eternally. For it is written ( 348 Suppl, 96| punishment, man will not be punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 349 Suppl, 96| asserting that the demons are punished ~everlastingly, while holding 350 Suppl, 96| and ~therefore have to be punished for ever, so too are the 351 Suppl, 96| consequently they ~will be punished for ever.~Aquin.: SMT XP 352 Suppl, 96| the way of truth will be punished for ever. Therefore ~Christians 353 Suppl, 96| knowing it will also be punished ~for ever.~Aquin.: SMT XP 354 Suppl, 96| loss," because he will be punished for them by ~God; yet "he 355 Suppl, 96| perform works of mercy will be punished eternally?~Aquin.: SMT XP 356 Suppl, 96| works of mercy will not be ~punished eternally, but only those 357 Suppl, 96| consequently will not be punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 358 Suppl, 96| fleshly sins, will not be punished eternally: and thus the 359 Suppl, 96| consequently some of them will be ~punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 360 Suppl, 96| and consequently will be ~punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 361 Appen1, 1| a ~bodily fire, and are punished by fire?~Aquin.: SMT XP 362 Appen1, 1| from a bodily fire and are punished by fire. For Augustine ~[* 363 Appen1, 1| sacrament of Baptism will ~be punished everlastingly." Now punishment 364 Appen1, 1| because original sin is punished eternally, whereas ~venial 365 Appen1, 1| whereas ~venial sin is punished temporally. Seeing then 366 Appen1, 1| sins are more severely punished after this life than ~during 367 Appen1, 1| original sin, and will not be punished for original sin, which 368 Appen1, 1| he says that they will be punished not only ~for their other 369 Appen1, 1| second, that they will be punished, though less severely than 370 Appen1, 1| original sin, a man would be punished out of proportion to his ~ 371 Appen1, 1| so neither should he be punished by suffering himself, ~but 372 Appen1, 1| without grace, it would be punished eternally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 373 Appen1, 1| that impugns their being punished with pain of ~sense, as 374 Appen1, 2| the souls in Purgatory are punished by the demons?~(4) Whether 375 Appen1, 2| whole ~separate soul is punished, since it is simple: which 376 Appen1, 2| fact that the whole soul is punished, ~and not the body. But 377 Appen1, 2| disposition of the person ~punished, because the same sin is 378 Appen1, 2| same sin is more severely punished then than now. ~Even so 379 Appen1, 2| a better temperament is punished more severely ~by the same 380 Appen1, 2| God's will that they be punished, they will suffer ~that 381 Appen1, 2| obtain glory, unless they be punished first. Therefore they are ~ 382 Appen1, 2| first. Therefore they are ~punished willingly.~Aquin.: SMT XP 383 Appen1, 2| First, because by being punished ~we obtain some good, and 384 Appen1, 2| obtain a good ~without being punished, as in the case of natural 385 Appen1, 2| the soul in Purgatory are punished by the demons?~Aquin.: SMT 386 Appen1, 2| the souls in Purgatory are punished by the ~demons; for, according 387 Appen1, 2| have to be cleansed will be punished by the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 388 Appen1, 2| subjected to them through being punished by ~them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 389 Appen1, 2| which the damned will be punished for ever, even so now the ~ 390 Appen1, 2| for the combat, men are ~punished both by the wicked angels 391 Appen1, 2| the more severely is it punished in Purgatory. Now ~there 392 Appen1, 2| Therefore one ~venial sin is punished longer in Purgatory than 393 Appen1, 2| with venial sin which is ~punished in Purgatory, as stated 394 Appen2, 1| should those evil actions be punished after this ~life. Hence 395 Appen2, 1| making due satisfaction, is punished after this life. ~Wherefore 396 Appen2, 1| cleansed, and the damned ~punished?~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 2 Q[ 397 Appen2, 1| cleansed and the damned punished. For the punishment of the 398 Appen2, 1| and the latter ~are not punished together in the same place: 399 Appen2, 1| Therefore they are not punished with the same fire and in 400 Appen2, 1| probable that they are punished in the very places where 401 Appen2, 1| sometimes, as we read, some are punished in ~various places, either 402 Appen2, 1| probable, since a man may ~be punished at the same time for sins 403 Appen2, 1| the common law they are punished above us, ~because they 404 Appen2, 1| account, for they are not punished for being above us, but


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License