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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 25 | that the fact of having sinned ~or having lost charity 2 1, 47 | if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there would be a hundred 3 1, 61 | angels; but only of such as sinned, who, in the opinion of 4 1, 62 | remain?~(8) Could they have sinned afterwards?~(9) After entering 5 1, 63 | considered. In this way the angel sinned, by ~seeking his own good, 6 1, 63 | Without doubt the angel sinned by seeking to be as God. ~ 7 1, 63 | whereby the angels who sinned are denoted. Therefore in 8 1, 63 | made blessed, and ~some sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 9 1, 63 | and so would never have sinned, which is false. ~It remains, 10 1, 63 | remains, then, that they sinned by inordinate action in 11 1, 63 | their ~creation, could have sinned, but did not. Yet this view 12 1, 63 | instant wherein the devil sinned was distinct from ~the instant 13 1, 63 | Saints, is that the devil sinned at once after the first 14 1, 63 | highest angel among those who sinned was the highest of all?~ 15 1, 63 | highest among the angels who sinned was ~not the highest of 16 1, 63 | highest ~angel among those who sinned was not the highest of all.~ 17 1, 63 | the highest of the angels sinned, it ~follows that the Divine 18 1, 63 | seems that the angel who sinned ~was not the highest of 19 1, 63 | that the chief angel ~who sinned, "being set over all the 20 1, 63 | the highest of those who sinned was set over the ~terrestrial 21 1, 63 | Gregory says that he who sinned ~was the very highest of 22 1, 63 | Therefore the first angel who sinned is ~called, not a Seraph, 23 1, 63 | Fide Orth. ii), they all sinned at one time. ~Therefore 24 1, 63 | not appear that the angels sinned by desiring to be ~subject 25 1, 63 | lower angels would have sinned more deeply ~than the highest 26 1, 63 | Although the demons all sinned in the one instant, yet 27 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who sinned were as many as those who 28 1, 63 | would seem that more angels sinned than stood firm. For, as ~ 29 1, 63 | would appear ~that those who sinned were not from all the orders.~ 30 1, 63 | More angels stood firm than sinned. Because sin is ~contrary 31 1, 64 | OBJ 4: The fact that man sinned from another's suggestion, 32 1, 65 | spiritual ~creatures had sinned in the same way as the one 33 1, 72 | injurious to man before man sinned. ~Therefore such animals 34 1, 72 | least not until man had sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 35 1, 72 | And, since man before he sinned would have ~used the things 36 1, 48 | if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there would be a hundred 37 1, 62 | angels; but only of such as sinned, who, in the opinion of 38 1, 63 | remain?~(8) Could they have sinned afterwards?~(9) After entering 39 1, 64 | considered. In this way the angel sinned, by ~seeking his own good, 40 1, 64 | Without doubt the angel sinned by seeking to be as God. ~ 41 1, 64 | whereby the angels who sinned are denoted. Therefore in 42 1, 64 | made blessed, and ~some sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 43 1, 64 | and so would never have sinned, which is false. ~It remains, 44 1, 64 | remains, then, that they sinned by inordinate action in 45 1, 64 | their ~creation, could have sinned, but did not. Yet this view 46 1, 64 | instant wherein the devil sinned was distinct from ~the instant 47 1, 64 | Saints, is that the devil sinned at once after the first 48 1, 64 | highest angel among those who sinned was the highest of all?~ 49 1, 64 | highest among the angels who sinned was ~not the highest of 50 1, 64 | highest ~angel among those who sinned was not the highest of all.~ 51 1, 64 | the highest of the angels sinned, it ~follows that the Divine 52 1, 64 | seems that the angel who sinned ~was not the highest of 53 1, 64 | that the chief angel ~who sinned, "being set over all the 54 1, 64 | the highest of those who sinned was set over the ~terrestrial 55 1, 64 | Gregory says that he who sinned ~was the very highest of 56 1, 64 | Therefore the first angel who sinned is ~called, not a Seraph, 57 1, 64 | Fide Orth. ii), they all sinned at one time. ~Therefore 58 1, 64 | not appear that the angels sinned by desiring to be ~subject 59 1, 64 | lower angels would have sinned more deeply ~than the highest 60 1, 64 | Although the demons all sinned in the one instant, yet 61 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who sinned were as many as those who 62 1, 64 | would seem that more angels sinned than stood firm. For, as ~ 63 1, 64 | would appear ~that those who sinned were not from all the orders.~ 64 1, 64 | More angels stood firm than sinned. Because sin is ~contrary 65 1, 65 | OBJ 4: The fact that man sinned from another's suggestion, 66 1, 66 | spiritual ~creatures had sinned in the same way as the one 67 1, 71 | injurious to man before man sinned. ~Therefore such animals 68 1, 71 | least not until man had sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 69 1, 71 | And, since man before he sinned would have ~used the things 70 1, 93 | was deceived before she sinned in deed, ~still it was not 71 1, 93 | not till she had already sinned by interior pride. For ~ 72 1, 93 | reply that man had already ~sinned in his heart, and that he 73 1, 96 | otherwise; for had he not sinned, he would not ~have died. 74 1, 96 | taken food he would have sinned; as he also ~sinned by taking 75 1, 96 | have sinned; as he also ~sinned by taking the forbidden 76 1, 97 | Therefore, even if man had not sinned, ~there would have been 77 1, 99 | to God, while the ~others sinned, were at once confirmed 78 1, 99 | our first ~parents had not sinned, any of their descendants 79 1, 99 | Reply OBJ 1: If Adam had not sinned, he would not have begotten ~" 80 1, 108 | given to the angels who sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 81 1, 108 | superior demons who have sinned the most ~grievously, would 82 1, 113 | this was in as ~far as they sinned through the devil's instigation. 83 2, 72 | respect to those who are sinned against?~(5) Whether sins 84 2, 73 | the position of the person sinned against? ~(10) Whether sin 85 2, 73 | the kinship of a ~person sinned against does not apparently 86 2, 73 | Therefore kinship of the person ~sinned against does not aggravate 87 2, 73 | the part of the person ~sinned against, the sin is made 88 2, 73 | condition of the ~person sinned against does not aggravate 89 2, 73 | condition of ~the person sinned against aggravates the sin.~ 90 2, 73 | answer that, The person sinned against is, in a manner, 91 2, 73 | in respect of the person sinned against, may be considered 92 2, 80 | irreparable, because he sinned at no other's suggestion. 93 2, 80 | irremediable, not only because he ~sinned without another's suggestion; 94 2, 81 | woman, and ~not the man, had sinned?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 95 2, 81 | all men ~in whom all have sinned."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 96 2, 81 | place of life, before he sinned, but in the ~place of exile 97 2, 81 | place of exile after he had sinned." But if a man were to be 98 2, 81 | were all in him when he sinned. But those who might be 99 2, 81 | if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their children would have ~ 100 2, 81 | if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their ~children would have 101 2, 81 | 5:12): "In whom all have sinned." Now a man ~pre-exist in 102 2, 81 | if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their children would ~have 103 2, 81 | Eve, and not Adam, ~had sinned, their children would contract 104 2, 81 | mother: so that if Eve had sinned, her children would have 105 2, 81 | sin, even if Adam had not sinned.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 106 2, 81 | two, since both of ~them sinned, or rather that it entered 107 2, 81 | entered by a woman, since she sinned ~first. Therefore original 108 2, 81 | if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, ~their children would not 109 2, 81 | Adam, and not ~Eve, had sinned, they would contract it.~ 110 2, 81 | if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their ~children would be 111 2, 81 | supposing Adam had not sinned, original sin ~would not 112 2, 83 | 12): "In ~whom all have sinned": whereas it is in the bodily 113 2, 86 | small thing to you ~that you sinned with Beelphegor, and the 114 2, 87 | is just that he who has sinned ~against God in his own 115 2, 87 | A ~man is said to have sinned in his own eternity, not 116 2, 87 | greatness of the person sinned against (thus it is a more 117 2, 87 | said to ~Nathan: I have sinned against the Lord. And Nathan 118 2, 87 | Neither hath ~this man sinned, nor his parents . . . that 119 2, 87 | happens that one ~who has not sinned, bears willingly the punishment 120 2, 87 | somewhat upon those who sinned, as stated above, in so ~ 121 2, 96 | 6: "To Thee only have I sinned," a gloss says ~that "there 122 2, 98 | taking occasion from the law, sinned all the ~more, both because 123 2, 98 | immediately after he had sinned. Therefore the Law should ~ 124 2, 105 | help her." ~But if a man sinned in any way voluntarily, 125 2, 105 | third degree was when a man ~sinned from pride, i.e. through 126 2, 105 | fourth degree was when a man sinned from stubbornness or obstinacy: 127 2, 106 | 11). But "all" men "have sinned and do need the glory of 128 2, 109 | otherwise he would have sinned. Therefore he loved God 129 2, 113 | thus: "'My son, hast thou sinned? do so no more?' Now ~this 130 2, 5 | it, and in man before he ~sinned, by reason of the manifest 131 2, 5 | confirmed, and man, before he sinned. ~Nevertheless we must observe 132 2, 5 | nor did man ~before he sinned: yet their contemplation 133 2, 5 | in the demons after they sinned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[2] 134 2, 11 | forgiven, as often as he has sinned." Therefore he ought to 135 2, 11 | Church as often as he has sinned by falling back into heresy.~ 136 2, 13 | Jews, as though they had sinned against the Holy Ghost, 137 2, 13 | flesh: but afterwards they sinned more grievously when, by 138 2, 13 | cannot do this until he has sinned ~many times; for the Philosopher 139 2, 13 | for a man who ~has never sinned to have the purpose either 140 2, 20 | Sent. ii, D, 22) that "Adam sinned less, because he sinned ~ 141 2, 20 | sinned less, because he sinned ~in the hope of pardon," 142 2, 23 | but cooled." ~But Peter sinned mortally in denying Christ. 143 2, 30 | in respect of the person ~sinned against; and if the sin 144 2, 31 | the sinner, and the person sinned ~against, either because 145 2, 32 | inflicted on the person sinned against. On the ~first count, 146 2, 37 | was no need for those who sinned ~against this faith by falling 147 2, 39 | with ~them: wherefore these sinned, and not the servants of 148 2, 41 | and of ~Paul also, Peter sinned and was to be blamed, in 149 2, 60 | the contrary, He that has sinned is bound to satisfaction. 150 2, 60 | punished except the one who sinned. Therefore none are bound 151 2, 62 | unlawful to kill men who have sinned. For our Lord ~in the parable ( 152 2, 62 | lawful to kill a man who has sinned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 153 2, 62 | good to kill a man who has sinned, even as it is ~to kill 154 2, 62 | individual to kill a man who has ~sinned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 155 2, 62 | individual to kill a man who ~has sinned. For nothing unlawful is 156 2, 62 | individual to kill a man who has ~sinned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 157 2, 62 | other hand a ~man who has sinned is not by nature distinct 158 2, 62 | inflicted on the person sinned against. Now to be killed 159 2, 64 | imposed except on one who has sinned. Now it is stated ~(Extra, 160 2, 87 | swear to commit a sin, he sinned ~in swearing, and sins in 161 2, 89 | sung, I confess to have sinned penally, and then had rather ~ 162 2, 95 | observes: just as Zachary sinned in saying to the angel ( 163 2, 96 | not follow that he has not sinned ~mortally. The reason why 164 2, 97 | the sacred thing that is sinned against, ~the more grievous 165 2, 98 | for a burial ~place, he sinned in selling, though Abraham 166 2, 98 | hated Esau." ~Wherefore Esau sinned by selling his birthright, 167 2, 98 | his birthright, yet Jacob sinned not in ~buying, because 168 2, 106 | penal evil on ~one who has sinned. Accordingly, in the matter 169 2, 106 | because the latter has already sinned against ~him, since this 170 2, 106 | punishment of the person who has sinned ~(for instance that the 171 2, 106 | the ~multitude that has sinned, then if the guilty can 172 2, 106 | taken on those who have sinned involuntarily?~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 106 | taken on those who have sinned ~involuntarily. For the 174 2, 108 | evidently unlawful, because he sinned in ~promise, and did well 175 2, 152 | mourn many of them /that sinned ~before, and have not done 176 2, 152 | in general, so, too, Osee sinned not in committing ~fornication 177 2, 154 | fact he rejoices in having ~sinned, because the sinful act 178 2, 161 | all other sins?~(4) Which sinned more grievously, the man 179 2, 161 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, man sinned at the devil's suggestion. 180 2, 161 | inordinately, neither of them sinned by coveting a ~likeness 181 2, 161 | nature. But the first man sinned chiefly by coveting God' 182 2, 161 | befall him. ~Secondarily he sinned by coveting God's likeness 183 2, 161 | the other hand, ~the devil sinned by coveting God's likeness, 184 2, 161 | circumstances of the persons who sinned, that sin ~was most grave 185 2, 161 | would seem that the woman ~sinned through ignorance, but the 186 2, 161 | commit a sin. Therefore ~Adam sinned more grievously than Eve.~ 187 2, 161 | grievous. Now Adam, apparently, sinned against the Holy Ghost, 188 2, 161 | Therefore it seems that Adam ~sinned more grievously than Eve.~ 189 2, 161 | from Gn. 3. Therefore she ~sinned more grievously than the 190 2, 161 | considered to ~be equal, for each sinned by pride. Hence Augustine 191 2, 161 | species of pride, the woman sinned more grievously, ~for three 192 2, 161 | the woman not only herself sinned, but ~suggested sin to the 193 2, 161 | to the man; wherefore she sinned against both God and her ~ 194 2, 162 | Para. 3/3~If man had not sinned, the earth would have brought 195 2, 163 | to be tempted before he sinned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 196 2, 184 | Through poverty many have sinned" - but also ~corporal, for 197 2, 184 | her knew to say: 'I have sinned and done evil before Thee.'" 198 2, 184 | these words were addressed, sinned ~not out of contempt, but 199 3, 1 | Whether, if man had not sinned, God would have become incarnate?~ 200 3, 1 | seem that if man had not sinned, God would still have ~become 201 3, 1 | Therefore if man had not sinned, God ~would have become 202 3, 1 | Therefore, even if man had not ~sinned, God would have become incarnate.~ 203 3, 1 | Therefore, if man had not sinned, human nature would have ~ 204 3, 1 | Therefore, if man had not sinned, God would ~have become 205 3, 1 | Therefore, even if man had not sinned, God ~would have become 206 3, 1 | Therefore, if man had not sinned, the Son of ~Man would not 207 3, 1 | that even if man had not sinned, the Son of Man would have ~ 208 3, 1 | sin. For if man had not sinned, he ~would have been endowed 209 3, 1 | together, since ~all have sinned and need the glory of God." 210 3, 3 | remedy. For the ~first man sinned by seeking knowledge, as 211 3, 4 | belong to justice that he who sinned should make amends; and 212 3, 15 | that "in Adam all have ~sinned" - namely, because all were 213 3, 15 | by origin. Therefore He sinned in him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 214 3, 15 | example, not by having ~sinned, but by freely bearing the 215 3, 15 | Heal my soul, for I have sinned against Thee." Therefore 216 3, 27 | sanctification was that she never sinned?~(5) Whether in virtue of 217 3, 27 | case with Adam, ~before he sinned, by reason of original justice: 218 3, 27 | of God, if she ~had ever sinned. First, because the honor 219 3, 31 | because in him all nations sinned originally, as is clear 220 3, 31 | Adam ~originally when he sinned: therefore he would have 221 3, 31 | Solomon, in whose mother David sinned; whereas Luke ascends to ~ 222 3, 31 | there were other kings who sinned and are ~mentioned in Christ' 223 3, 31 | for ~instance, that Christ sinned in Adam, since after some 224 3, 34 | sinner, because He never sinned; but He was ~made holy from 225 3, 34 | beatitude, they would not have sinned afterwards. Therefore ~Christ, 226 3, 41 | bread, ~He would not have sinned; just as neither did He 227 3, 44 | Neither hath ~this man sinned, nor his parents, that he 228 3, 46 | angelic nature which had sinned. Therefore, apparently, ~ 229 3, 46 | mercy: "To Thee only have ~I sinned" (Ps. 50:6), as if to say: " 230 3, 46 | Jews and of the others who ~sinned in His death chiefly of 231 3, 46 | could not suffer, except he sinned. so that he would become 232 3, 47 | His death. But the Jews ~sinned in His death, on whose behalf 233 3, 47 | sinning. The Jews ~therefore sinned, as crucifiers not only 234 3, 47 | also of the common order sinned most ~grievously as to the 235 3, 48 | confess it. But Christ never sinned, according to 1 Pt. 2:22: " 236 3, 48 | because those who slew Him sinned most grievously, as stated ~ 237 3, 65 | Heal my soul, for I have sinned against Thee." ~The other 238 3, 70 | beyond the eighth day, ~sinned, even though it were the 239 3, 84 | 12): "In ~whom all have sinned." Nevertheless, Penance 240 3, 84 | Jacob, nor to those ~who sinned not against Thee." But " 241 3, 84 | be ~displeased at having sinned, for if he were to be pleased 242 3, 84 | be displeased at having sinned, and be pleased at his displeasure ~ 243 3, 84 | pardoning their brethren who had sinned against them; ~wherefore, 244 3, 85 | 15:21: ~"Father, I have sinned against heaven and before 245 3, 86 | many who ~repent having sinned, but not completely; for 246 3, 86 | said to Nathan: "I have sinned against the Lord," Nathan 247 3, 89 | former dignity after ~having sinned, because this is allowed 248 Suppl, 4 | everlasting punishment, ~and sinned against the eternal God, 249 Suppl, 6 | the fact of his ~having sinned became known to another 250 Suppl, 6 | sinner, because "all have sinned ~and need the grace of God" ( 251 Suppl, 7 | innocent ~than one who has sinned. But the confession of a 252 Suppl, 8 | because the greater the person sinned against, the more ~grievous 253 Suppl, 8 | as regards ~the one who sinned, or as regards others: and 254 Suppl, 9 | OTC Para. 2/2~Further, who sinned by himself should, by himself, 255 Suppl, 14| counted from the time when he sinned." But they would not ~be 256 Suppl, 14| contrite as soon as he had ~sinned, and did many good actions 257 Suppl, 32| children, since they have not sinned by sight and hearing; as 258 Suppl, 36| raised already. But Heli sinned ~mortally by not correcting 259 Suppl, 41| virgin marry she ~hath not sinned," and (1 Tim. 5:14): "I 260 Suppl, 43| father sorrowful, for he had sinned in the boy ~through failing 261 Suppl, 47| until it be proved; and he sinned if he said that ~he consented 262 Suppl, 62| although marriage is more sinned against when both are ~guilty 263 Suppl, 62| committing fornication, sinned against ~her husband. Therefore 264 Suppl, 62| although one of them may have sinned more grievously than the 265 Suppl, 64| have happened had she not ~sinned mortally. Therefore, etc.~ 266 Suppl, 67| he sent her away, and yet sinned not. Therefore it could ~ 267 Suppl, 67| etc. Therefore the wife sinned not by marrying another 268 Suppl, 67| the ~Lord." Therefore she sinned by marrying another husband.~ 269 Suppl, 67| mentioned opinion (A[3]), ~she sinned by marrying another husband 270 Suppl, 67| indulgent to one who ~had sinned. Therefore this also was 271 Suppl, 69| in the places where they ~sinned, as Gregory states (Dial. 272 Suppl, 69| Dial. iv, 55). But they sinned in the place ~which we inhabit. 273 Suppl, 71| Now it is clear that they sinned mortally through acting ~ 274 Suppl, 71| them by right of war. They sinned, however, venially by ~covetousness: 275 Suppl, 72| regards guilt, since the devil sinned ~there, and as regards natural 276 Suppl, 72| that heaven as soon as they sinned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 277 Suppl, 84| through the fact that a man ~sinned after receiving grace. In 278 Suppl, 85| 2:12): "Whosoever have sinned in ~the Law shall be judged 279 Suppl, 86| OBJ 2: Further, the demons sinned more grievously than men. 280 Suppl, 86| to the devil for ~having sinned, and yet it is unjust for 281 Suppl, 86| spared not the angels ~that sinned, but delivered them drawn 282 Suppl, 88| night." ~Therefore when man sinned the heavenly bodies were 283 Suppl, 88| should deteriorate when he sinned, or that it should be ~bettered 284 Suppl, 93| continence. If Adam had not sinned, ~virginity would have had 285 Suppl, 93| angels, since they never sinned. Therefore an aureole is 286 Suppl, 93| in the flesh and who have sinned at some ~time.~Aquin.: SMT 287 Suppl, 94| 17). But the wicked have sinned on the earth. ~Therefore 288 Suppl, 94| the souls of the departed sinned through love of the flesh, 289 Suppl, 94| for as much as man having sinned in soul ~and body will be 290 Suppl, 94| the very place where he sinned, because the place due to ~ 291 Suppl, 95| Further, to wish one had not sinned is a good will. But the ~ 292 Suppl, 95| never wish ~they had not sinned: and thus the same conclusion 293 Suppl, 95| choice ~whereby he previously sinned [*Cf. FP, Q[64], A[2]]. 294 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: To wish one had not sinned on account of the shamefulness ~ 295 Suppl, 96| the dignity of the person sinned against, so that a person ~ 296 Suppl, 96| sin. One is because ~they sinned against an eternal good 297 Suppl, 96| Another reason is because man sinned in his own eternity [*Cf. 298 Suppl, 96| from the fact that he has sinned against ~God the author 299 Appen1, 2| state Adam would not have sinned venially, as ~was stated ( 300 Appen2, 1| the very places where they sinned." ~And Gregory relates (


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