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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obedience

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1 1, 1 | every understanding unto the obedience of Christ" (2 Cor. 10:5). 2 1, 19 | choice of the ~will, not in obedience to necessity."~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 77 | disposition, ~they do not move in obedience to the appetite. ~(tm)Aquin.: 4 1, 94 | loss of grace dissolved the obedience of the ~flesh to the soul, 5 1, 101 | difference between the good ~of obedience and the evil of rebellion. 6 1, 105 | president is passed over from obedience to the prince. ~So it happens 7 1, 107 | because others are subject to obedience to them, ~are called dominations." 8 1, 108 | there is no precedence where obedience and subjection do ~not exist. 9 1, 116 | soul ~cannot command the obedience of a body; though, by the 10 2, 17 | scarcely can ~one discern obedience from command."~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 17 | soul stand in respect of ~obedience to reason, so do the members 12 2, 46 | follows reason, not ~in obedience to reason's command, but 13 2, 56 | if my coachman, through obedience to my ~orders, guides well 14 2, 68 | the powers of ~appetite in obedience to the reason. On the other 15 2, 92 | use of in ~order to ensure obedience: in which respect punishment 16 2, 100 | through the devotion ~and obedience of those who complied with 17 2, 102 | reason save that ~man's obedience might be tested; as Augustine 18 2, 102 | purpose of ~testing man's obedience, having no reason in themselves.~ 19 2, 102 | speak, by ~the cherubim, in obedience, as it were, to God: while 20 2, 102 | sacrifice of Abraham, whose ~obedience it behooved the high-priest 21 2, 102 | partakes ~of them against obedience or a vow, or from excessive 22 2, 103 | the ceremonies by their ~obedience and devotion, and by their 23 2, 108 | life of perfection. But ~obedience pertains to the life of 24 2, 108 | unfitting ~that no counsel of obedience should be contained in the 25 2, 108 | of life by the bondage of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 26 2, 108 | OBJ 3: Even the counsel of obedience is understood to have been ~ 27 2, 2 | good of faith consists in obedience, according to ~Rm. 1:5: " 28 2, 2 | according to ~Rm. 1:5: "For obedience to the faith in all nations." 29 2, 2 | nations." Now the virtue of ~obedience does not require man to 30 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: The virtue of obedience is seated, properly speaking, 31 2, 2 | suffices for ~the act of obedience, because it is the proper 32 2, 2 | proper and direct object of ~obedience. But this or that precept 33 2, 4 | owes all its praise ~to obedience. Now obedience is in the 34 2, 4 | praise ~to obedience. Now obedience is in the will. Therefore 35 2, 4 | principle thereof. Now ~obedience, rather than charity, seems 36 2, 4 | according to Rm. 1:5: "For obedience to the ~faith in all nations." 37 2, 4 | all nations." Therefore obedience rather than charity, is 38 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even obedience, and hope likewise, and 39 2, 4 | believer is moved, out of obedience to God, to assent to matters 40 2, 4 | to matters of ~faith. Now obedience also is a virtue. Therefore 41 2, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Obedience is twofold: for sometimes 42 2, 4 | faith. In another ~way, obedience denotes an inclination to 43 2, 4 | he obeys him: and ~thus obedience follows faith, whereby man 44 2, 5 | motive, which is perfect obedience to God, ~in which a man 45 2, 11 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, In obedience to Our Lord's institution, 46 2, 25 | citizens owe fidelity and obedience. Now the friendship of ~ 47 2, 30 | to whom they ~have vowed obedience. Now if it were unlawful 48 2, 43 | of ~rebellion, but only obedience to reason."~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 46 | s command is followed by obedience on the part of the lower ~ 50 2, 62 | the ~executioner, who in obedience to the judge puts to death 51 2, 62 | he executes: ~indeed his obedience to God's commands is a proof 52 2, 78 | parts of justice, viz. "obedience" in ~respect of one's superiors, " 53 2, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: "Obedience" is included in observance, 54 2, 78 | both reverential honor and obedience are due to persons ~who 55 2, 79 | and observances, and to ~obedience to certain men. Therefore 56 2, 86 | superiors, to whom religious vow obedience when they make their ~profession. 57 2, 86 | the vows of ~poverty and obedience. But it is possible to be 58 2, 86 | the vows ~of poverty and obedience, as in the case of those 59 2, 86 | dispensed from ~his vow of obedience; it is an accident that 60 2, 86 | dispensed from his vow of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 61 2, 94 | Hence as a reward for their obedience they received knowledge 62 2, 98 | ought to receive Orders in obedience to ~his command unless one 63 2, 99 | own, and on the score ~of obedience, since they may not leave 64 2, 99 | he is bound, saving his obedience to ~his superiors, and his 65 2, 100 | government there is due both obedience, whereby subjects are moved 66 2, 101 | in a higher position; (2) obedience, whereby we obey their ~ 67 2, 102 | 104] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF OBEDIENCE (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 68 2, 102 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider obedience, under which head there 69 2, 102 | obey another?~(2) Whether obedience is a special virtue?~(3) 70 2, 102 | through ~being done out of obedience. Therefore one man is not 71 2, 102 | will. Wherefore although ~obedience be a duty, if one obey with 72 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether obedience is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 73 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that obedience is not a special virtue. 74 2, 102 | disobedience ~is contrary to obedience. But disobedience is a general 75 2, 102 | divine law." ~Therefore obedience is not a special virtue.~ 76 2, 102 | theological or moral. But ~obedience is not a theological virtue, 77 2, 102 | is one praised. Therefore obedience is not a special virtue.~ 78 2, 102 | says (Moral. xxxv) that "obedience is the more ~meritorious 79 2, 102 | Ethic. ii, 4. Therefore obedience is not a special virtue.~ 80 2, 102 | objects. ~Now the object of obedience would seem to be the command 81 2, 102 | superiority. Therefore obedience is a general virtue, comprising 82 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, obedience is reckoned by some to be 83 2, 102 | render a ~deed good. Now obedience to a superior is due in 84 2, 102 | among the rest. Wherefore obedience is a special virtue, and 85 2, 102 | tacit precept, and a man's obedience ~seems to be all the more 86 2, 102 | aspect of ~precept, which obedience considers, occurs in acts 87 2, 102 | forbidden. ~Wherefore, if obedience be taken in its proper sense, 88 2, 102 | way it is ~requisite for obedience that one perform an act 89 2, 102 | On the ~other hand, if obedience be taken in a wide sense 90 2, 102 | intention whatever, then obedience ~will be a general virtue, 91 2, 102 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Obedience is not a theological virtue, 92 2, 102 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4), so too ~obedience observes the mean between 93 2, 102 | him who fails ~to pay due obedience to his superior, since he 94 2, 102 | superior, who does not ~receive obedience. Wherefore in this way obedience 95 2, 102 | obedience. Wherefore in this way obedience will be a mean between ~ 96 2, 102 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Obedience, like every virtue requires 97 2, 102 | Now the proper object of obedience is a precept, and this proceeds 98 2, 102 | another's will. Wherefore obedience make a man's will prompt 99 2, 102 | says (Moral. xxxv) that "obedience perishes or diminishes ~ 100 2, 102 | even in agreeable matters ~obedience, while holding its own, 101 2, 102 | aspects of ~excellence. Obedience, on the other hand, regards 102 2, 102 | only one aspect. And since ~obedience is due to a person's precept 103 2, 102 | to him, it ~follows that obedience to a man is of one species, 104 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether obedience is the greatest of the virtues?~ 105 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that obedience is the greatest of the virtues. 106 2, 102 | written (1 Kgs. 15:22): "Obedience is better than sacrifices." 107 2, 102 | Q[81], A[6]). Therefore obedience is the ~greatest of all 108 2, 102 | says (Moral. xxxv) that "obedience is the only ~virtue that 109 2, 102 | than the effect. Therefore obedience ~is greater than all the 110 2, 102 | should never be ~done out of obedience: yet sometimes for the sake 111 2, 102 | sometimes for the sake of obedience we should ~lay aside the 112 2, 102 | something better. Therefore obedience, for whose sake the good ~ 113 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, obedience deserves praise because 114 2, 102 | says (Moral. xxxv) that "obedience should be ~practiced, not 115 2, 102 | is a greater virtue than obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 116 2, 102 | speaking, the virtue of obedience, whereby we contemn ~our 117 2, 102 | says (Moral. xxxv) that "obedience is rightly preferred to ~ 118 2, 102 | body is slain whereas by ~obedience we slay our own will." Wherefore 119 2, 102 | through being performed out of obedience to ~God's will. For were 120 2, 102 | which pertains directly to obedience, they could not be meritorious: 121 2, 102 | cannot exist apart from obedience. For it is written (1 Jn. 122 2, 102 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Obedience proceeds from reverence, 123 2, 102 | another's body, whereas by obedience we ~slay our own will," 124 2, 102 | under a precept, ~belong to obedience. Wherefore according as 125 2, 102 | generation and preservation, obedience is ~said to ingraft and 126 2, 102 | it does not follow that ~obedience takes precedence of all 127 2, 102 | to be naturally prior to ~obedience. Such a virtue is faith, 128 2, 102 | virtuous acts: and in this way ~obedience is not prior to all virtues, 129 2, 102 | set aside on account of obedience. But there is ~another good 130 2, 102 | set aside for the sake of obedience to which we are ~bound of 131 2, 102 | good may be compensated by obedience and ~other goods.~Aquin.: 132 2, 102 | conformity with God's will and ~obedience to His command, although 133 2, 102 | poverty, so do they also vow obedience. Now a religious ~is bound 134 2, 102 | OBJ 3: Religious profess obedience as to the regular mode of 135 2, 102 | mode of life, and this obedience suffices for salvation. 136 2, 102 | the rule they profess, for obedience in this case ~would be unlawful.~ 137 2, 102 | distinguish a threefold obedience; one, sufficient ~for salvation, 138 2, 102 | obey: ~secondly, perfect obedience, which obeys in all things 139 2, 102 | lawful: thirdly, ~indiscreet obedience, which obeys even in matters 140 2, 103 | God contain the precept of obedience to ~superiors. Wherefore 141 2, 103 | who is our neighbor the obedience that is his due.~Aquin.: 142 2, 105 | removes a ~virtuous act of obedience to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 143 2, 122 | to God, which is done by obedience, than that he give God his ~ 144 2, 122 | says (Moral. xxxv) ~that "obedience is preferable to all sacrifices." 145 2, 122 | highest possible degree of ~obedience, namely obedience unto death; 146 2, 122 | degree of ~obedience, namely obedience unto death; thus we read 147 2, 122 | itself more perfect than obedience considered absolutely.~Aquin.: 148 2, 152 | does ~by God's will and in obedience to His command, is not contrary 149 2, 159 | the other virtues, such as obedience ~and patience. Again there 150 2, 160 | degree of ~humility is "obedience," to which is opposed "rebelliousness." 151 2, 168 | the Divine law; wherefore obedience is accounted one of ~the 152 2, 181 | Therefore it would ~seem that obedience to the Divine commandments 153 2, 181 | of sin unto death, or of obedience unto justice." Now ~in every 154 2, 183 | was said above concerning obedience ~(Q[104], A[5]). Accordingly 155 2, 183 | not even ~to accept it in obedience to his superior prelate, 156 2, 183 | to be bound above all to obedience, ~and to live without property 157 2, 184 | is necessary?~(5) Whether obedience is necessary?~(6) Whether 158 2, 184 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether obedience belongs to religious perfection?~ 159 2, 184 | OBJ 1: It would seem that obedience does not belong to religious ~ 160 2, 184 | Therefore it ~would seem that obedience does not belong to religious 161 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, obedience would seem to belong properly 162 2, 184 | Therefore it would seem that obedience does ~not belong to the 163 2, 184 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if obedience were requisite for religious 164 2, 184 | apparently are not ~bound to obedience. Therefore obedience would 165 2, 184 | to obedience. Therefore obedience would seem not to pertain 166 2, 184 | Further, if the vow of obedience were requisite for religion, 167 2, 184 | treating of the virtue of obedience. ~Therefore the vow of obedience 168 2, 184 | obedience. ~Therefore the vow of obedience is not requisite for religion.~ 169 2, 184 | that which is done out of obedience is done of ~necessity of 170 2, 184 | accord. Therefore the vow of obedience ~is unbecoming to religion 171 2, 184 | follow Me." Now in ~Christ obedience is commended above all according 172 2, 184 | death." Therefore seemingly ~obedience belongs to religious perfection.~ 173 2, 184 | command and ~instruction by obedience: and consequently obedience 174 2, 184 | obedience: and consequently obedience is requisite for ~religious 175 2, 184 | to religious. This latter obedience is compared to the former 176 2, 184 | respect they are under obedience to their superiors: whereas 177 2, 184 | above (AA[1],3). Hence their obedience is universal.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 184 | superiors are exempt from obedience to bishops; and if they 179 2, 184 | wholly or partly exempt from obedience to the bishop of the diocese, 180 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 4: The vow of obedience taken by religious, extends 181 2, 184 | come under a vow nor under obedience; and some are contrary to 182 2, 184 | which is consequent upon obedience is a necessity not of ~coercion 183 2, 184 | Wherefore since by the vow of obedience a man lays ~himself under 184 2, 184 | poverty, ~continence, and obedience should come under a vow?~ 185 2, 184 | poverty, continence, and obedience, ~should come under a vow. 186 2, 184 | poverty, continence, and obedience without. vowing them.~Aquin.: 187 2, 184 | poverty, continence, and obedience without a vow. Therefore 188 2, 184 | poverty, continence, and ~obedience belong to the perfection 189 2, 184 | poverty, continence, and ~obedience which refer to outward actions.~ 190 2, 184 | Further, by the vow of obedience a man is bound to do according ~ 191 2, 184 | perfection. Therefore the vow of obedience suffices without the two 192 2, 184 | is removed by the vow of obedience. In like manner ~the disquiet 193 2, 184 | eliminated by the vow of obedience, whereby a man ~commits 194 2, 184 | offers to God by the vow of obedience, whereby he offers God his 195 2, 184 | comprised under the vow of ~obedience that applies to the will, 196 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By obedience a man offers to God his 197 2, 184 | was need for the vow of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 198 2, 184 | 1/1~Whether the vow of obedience is the chief of the three 199 2, 184 | would seem that the vow of obedience is not the chief of the ~ 200 2, 184 | given a special counsel of obedience. ~Therefore the vow of poverty 201 2, 184 | greater than the vow of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 202 2, 184 | excellent than ~the vow of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 203 2, 184 | would seem that the vow of obedience is less than the vow of ~ 204 2, 184 | says (Moral. xxxv, 14): "Obedience is rightly ~placed before 205 2, 184 | another's flesh, but by obedience ~one's own will, is sacrificed." 206 2, 184 | 6). Therefore the vow of obedience is the chief ~of all religious 207 2, 184 | answer that, The vow of obedience is the chief of the three 208 2, 184 | First, because by the vow of obedience man offers God something 209 2, 184 | that which is done out of obedience ~is more acceptable to God 210 2, 184 | Secondly, because the vow of obedience includes the other vows, 211 2, 184 | yet these also come under obedience, as well as many other ~ 212 2, 184 | Thirdly, because the vow of obedience extends properly to those 213 2, 184 | from this that the vow of obedience is more essential to the ~ 214 2, 184 | without taking a vow of obedience were to ~observe, even by 215 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 1: The counsel of obedience was included in the very 216 2, 184 | religious from his vow of ~obedience so as to release him from 217 2, 184 | so as to release him from obedience to every superior in ~matters 218 2, 184 | cannot exempt him from ~obedience to himself. He can, however, 219 2, 184 | dispense him from his vow of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 220 2, 184 | poverty, ~continence, and obedience, while all others are directed 221 2, 184 | contrary to the vow of ~obedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 222 2, 184 | religious orders by professing ~obedience according to the rule, so 223 2, 186 | It also helps to teach obedience, wherefore Augustine says ( 224 2, 186 | poverty, and the vow of obedience excels them both. ~Since, 225 2, 186 | relating to continence, or obedience, and thus be ~more perfect 226 2, 186 | OBJ 3: Further, the vow of obedience is more excellent than the 227 2, 186 | most acceptable to God. Now obedience and ~humility are better 228 2, 186 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Actual obedience is required of those who 229 2, 186 | Nevertheless they have obedience in the preparedness of the 230 2, 187 | that fasting, ~watching, obedience, and the like withdraw man 231 2, 187 | Hom. xiv in Matth.): "Such obedience as this does ~Christ require 232 3, 7 | this - that man through ~obedience assents to what things he 233 3, 7 | according to Rm. 1:5: ~"For obedience to the faith in all nations 234 3, 7 | Christ had ~most perfect obedience to God, according to Phil. 235 3, 9 | Son ~of God, He learned obedience by the things which He suffered," 236 3, 12 | Himself, was ~subject in obedience to the instructions of the 237 3, 20 | subjection to the Father, of ~obedience unto death. Hence it is 238 3, 21 | of power, the Master of obedience persuades ~us to the precepts 239 3, 30 | God the free gift of her obedience: ~which she proved herself 240 3, 37 | example of humility and obedience; and in order to ~show His 241 3, 46 | He set us an example of obedience, ~humility, constancy, justice, 242 3, 47 | Whether Christ died out of obedience?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 243 3, 47 | Christ did not die out of obedience. For ~obedience is referred 244 3, 47 | die out of obedience. For ~obedience is referred to a command. 245 3, 47 | He did not suffer out of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 246 3, 47 | a man is said to do from obedience what he does from ~necessity 247 3, 47 | He did not suffer out of obedience.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 248 3, 47 | more excellent virtue than obedience. But ~we read that Christ 249 3, 47 | rather to charity than to ~obedience.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 250 3, 47 | Christ should suffer out of ~obedience. First of all, because it 251 3, 47 | sinners: so also by the obedience of one, many shall be made 252 3, 47 | odor of sweetness." Now obedience is preferred ~to all sacrifices. 253 3, 47 | according to 1 Kgs. 15:22: "Obedience is better than ~sacrifices." 254 3, 47 | death should proceed from obedience. Thirdly, it was in ~keeping 255 3, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although obedience implies necessity with regard 256 3, 47 | indeed, such was Christ's obedience, for, ~although His Passion 257 3, 47 | out of charity and out ~of obedience; because He fulfilled even 258 3, 47 | precepts of charity out of ~obedience only; and was obedient, 259 3, 47 | suffered voluntarily out ~of obedience to the Father. Hence in 260 3, 48 | suffering out of love and obedience, Christ gave more to ~God 261 3, 49 | He ~endured from love and obedience, He delivered us as His 262 3, 53 | the Cross, from love and obedience to God, it behooved Him 263 3, 55 | might be declared out of obedience to the Father's will."~Aquin.: 264 3, 83 | denotes the humility and obedience of Christ, out ~of which 265 Suppl, 8 | is not absolved from his ~obedience, whereby he is bound to 266 Suppl, 45| spiritual marriage, namely obedience or observance of the ~rule. 267 Suppl, 72| resurrection on the principle of obedience ought certainly to hold 268 Suppl, 82| body will be in complete obedience to the will. ~Therefore 269 Suppl, 93| wholly to God by the vow of ~obedience: wherefore the greatest 270 Suppl, 93| consists in the vow of ~obedience. Therefore it would seem


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