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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sinning

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1 1, 61 | speaking in the person of the sinning angel: "I ~will ascend into 2 1, 61 | Trinity; unto which the sinning angel wished ~to ascend, 3 1, 63 | What did the angel seek in sinning?~(4) Supposing that some 4 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning?~(9) Did as many sin as 5 1, 63 | reason of this is, because sinning is nothing else than a deviation ~ 6 1, 63 | could be turned away by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 7 1, 63 | the evil of envy in the sinning angel, whereby he grieved 8 1, 63 | not to be thought of as ~sinning from the beginning wherein 9 1, 63 | Further, capability of sinning is common alike to man and 10 1, 63 | placed an impediment by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 11 1, 63 | he ~turn away from God by sinning. And so it seems that the 12 1, 63 | sin, and the motive for sinning. If, then, in the angels 13 1, 63 | 2~But if the motive for sinning be considered, we find that 14 1, 63 | drawn from the motive in sinning. Yet this must not be prejudicial 15 1, 63 | might be some motive for sinning in him also ~who was the 16 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 17 1, 63 | the cause ~of the others sinning. For the cause precedes 18 1, 63 | the cause of the others' sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 19 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning, if he had induced them ~ 20 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 21 1, 63 | there ~is less motive for sinning. If, therefore, the sin 22 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning, in that he induced them 23 1, 63 | the cause of the others sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 24 1, 63 | the cause of the others ~sinning; not as compelling them, 25 1, 63 | be the cause of the rest sinning. For the angel needs no ~ 26 1, 64 | whereas the ~wicked ones, sinning, are obstinate in sin. Later 27 1, 62 | speaking in the person of the sinning angel: "I ~will ascend into 28 1, 62 | Trinity; unto which the sinning angel wished ~to ascend, 29 1, 64 | What did the angel seek in sinning?~(4) Supposing that some 30 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning?~(9) Did as many sin as 31 1, 64 | reason of this is, because sinning is nothing else than a deviation ~ 32 1, 64 | could be turned away by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 33 1, 64 | the evil of envy in the sinning angel, whereby he grieved 34 1, 64 | not to be thought of as ~sinning from the beginning wherein 35 1, 64 | Further, capability of sinning is common alike to man and 36 1, 64 | placed an impediment by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 37 1, 64 | he ~turn away from God by sinning. And so it seems that the 38 1, 64 | sin, and the motive for sinning. If, then, in the angels 39 1, 64 | 2~But if the motive for sinning be considered, we find that 40 1, 64 | drawn from the motive in sinning. Yet this must not be prejudicial 41 1, 64 | might be some motive for sinning in him also ~who was the 42 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 43 1, 64 | the cause ~of the others sinning. For the cause precedes 44 1, 64 | the cause of the others' sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 45 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning, if he had induced them ~ 46 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 47 1, 64 | there ~is less motive for sinning. If, therefore, the sin 48 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning, in that he induced them 49 1, 64 | the cause of the others sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 50 1, 64 | the cause of the others ~sinning; not as compelling them, 51 1, 64 | be the cause of the rest sinning. For the angel needs no ~ 52 1, 65 | whereas the ~wicked ones, sinning, are obstinate in sin. Later 53 1, 94 | would be better off after ~sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 54 1, 99 | the cause of hell: yet by sinning of their own free-will they ~ 55 1, 99 | descendants the necessity of not sinning, which is only in the blessed.~ 56 2, 1 | the unchangeable good, by sinning. Therefore all men have ~ 57 2, 6 | which the will tends by sinning, although in ~reality it 58 2, 47 | is angry. Because man, by sinning, can do ~nothing against 59 2, 47 | Because the sinner, by sinning, cannot do God any actual 60 2, 53 | science." Moreover, by ~sinning a man loses a habit of virtue: 61 2, 64 | deficiency. But there is no sinning by excess ~against God, 62 2, 72 | because at the moment of sinning it ~can think of nothing 63 2, 72 | practical matters, he who, by ~sinning, turns away from his last 64 2, 72 | evident that the motive for ~sinning, in sins by excess, is not 65 2, 72 | the same as the motive for sinning, in ~sins of deficiency; 66 2, 72 | is a special ~motive for sinning, there is a different species 67 2, 72 | because the ~motive for sinning is the end and object of 68 2, 73 | excellence of the person ~sinning?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 69 2, 73 | in as much as ~man, by sinning, departs from a commandment 70 2, 73 | dies spiritually except by ~sinning of his own will.~Aquin.: 71 2, 73 | excellence of the person sinning aggravates the sin?~Aquin.: 72 2, 73 | excellence of the person sinning does not ~aggravate the 73 2, 73 | excellence of the person sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 74 2, 73 | excellence of the ~person sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 75 2, 73 | excellence of the ~person sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 76 2, 73 | excellence of the person sinning: for ~instance, if a prince 77 2, 74 | because the first cause of sinning is the will, as Augustine 78 2, 75 | cause, ~man would always be sinning, since given the cause, 79 2, 75 | neither is man always actually sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[75] A[ 80 2, 76 | sin, then a man will be sinning, as ~long as he remains 81 2, 76 | ignorance would be continually ~sinning, which is clearly false, 82 2, 76 | would prevent him from sinning, whether it belong to the 83 2, 76 | for the sake of freedom in sinning. Sometimes, however, the 84 2, 78 | from ~"malum" (evil)] in sinning, because an act is not denominated 85 2, 78 | choose from, he prefers ~sinning and thereby incurring God' 86 2, 78 | a man be prevented from sinning, not through sin being ~ 87 2, 78 | presumption, he will ~end in sinning through certain malice, 88 2, 79 | preventing someone from ~sinning. Hence (Ezech. 3:18) it 89 2, 80 | directly the cause of man's sinning?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 90 2, 80 | directly the cause of man's ~sinning. For sin consists directly 91 2, 80 | bring about the necessity of sinning. This is evident from the ~ 92 2, 80 | bring about the necessity of sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 93 2, 85 | because the soul, through sinning once, is more ~easily inclined 94 2, 86 | things, to which it turns by sinning. Therefore it ~does not 95 2, 86 | contract a stain from them by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[86] A[ 96 2, 87 | are the more fearful of ~sinning. With regard to the other 97 2, 87 | endures toil and loss in sinning, is of a nature to withdraw 98 2, 87 | only as regards ~continual sinning throughout his whole life, 99 2, 88 | 3,4). But no person, in sinning, cleaves to a mutable good 100 2, 88 | venial sin, that the lust of sinning increases, and the sinner ~ 101 2, 88 | consequence will be ~that, by sinning often venially, he becomes 102 2, 89 | commit a venial sin without sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS 103 2, 89 | of ~the original state by sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS 104 2, 89 | than God, and he did, by sinning mortally. Therefore ~he 105 2, 89 | than God inordinately, by sinning ~venially.~Aquin.: SMT FS 106 2, 98 | not darkened by habitual ~sinning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 107 2, 105 | deterred and ~refrain from sinning; so too may one nation or 108 2, 109 | to him what he lost by sinning. Now man incurs a triple 109 2, 109 | incurs a triple loss by sinning, ~as was clearly shown above ( 110 2, 109 | punishment, inasmuch as ~by sinning man deserves everlasting 111 2, 109 | sin, it would seem that in sinning he does not sin, which is 112 2, 109 | shall be given him." But ~by sinning no one ceases to be a man. 113 2, 109 | habitual grace, could avoid sinning ~either mortally or venially; 114 2, 109 | should be always actually sinning. But it cannot ~be that 115 2, 112 | Further, whoever is going on sinning, is not preparing himself 116 2, 112 | to some who are going on sinning grace is given, as is ~clear 117 2, 113 | to it ~hitherto. Hence by sinning with the vice of wastefulness 118 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, by sinning a man offends God as stated 119 2, 113 | hence although a man before sinning may be ~without grace and 120 2, 113 | is without guilt after ~sinning can only be because he has 121 2, 113 | i, 26), if to leave ~off sinning was the same as to have 122 2, 5 | their gifts of grace by ~sinning. Therefore faith did not 123 2, 10 | Catholic, and a heretic not sinning ~otherwise, because although 124 2, 13 | is possible to begin by sinning against the Holy Ghost ~ 125 2, 13 | man can be prevented from sinning through choice. These things ~ 126 2, 13 | mercy, man is hindered from sinning through ~choice, both by 127 2, 23 | of merit, since ~when, by sinning mortally, a man acts against 128 2, 23 | unless by some ~motive for sinning. Now charity excludes all 129 2, 23 | excludes all motives for sinning, both ~self-love and cupidity, 130 2, 23 | and ~that this man, by sinning, should lose charity. For 131 2, 23 | excludes every motive for ~sinning. But it happens sometimes 132 2, 23 | motive to intervene for sinning, and if we ~consent to this 133 2, 23 | desire or fear; it was by sinning against charity in this 134 2, 25 | not to suffer injury ~by sinning, in order to free his neighbor 135 2, 31 | that the correction of a ~sinning brother, which is contrary 136 2, 31 | should be made to cease sinning by being ~punished, and 137 2, 31 | should be ~to succor our sinning brother: and just as the 138 2, 31 | many are restrained ~from sinning, through fear of dishonor, 139 2, 31 | he puts no curb on his sinning. Hence Jerome says on Mt. ~ 140 2, 31 | we ought to safeguard our sinning brother's good name, both ~ 141 2, 41 | neighbor, for instance, when by sinning venially, one would prevent ~ 142 2, 41 | to prevent another from sinning, because ~according to the 143 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By sinning man departs from the order 144 2, 63 | therefore when a man by sinning abuses the free use of his ~ 145 2, 86 | of what she has ~lost by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 146 2, 92 | they ~have received, from sinning more grievously than idolaters 147 2, 97 | sufficiently deterred from sinning by sacred things being withheld 148 2, 103 | anything, prevents a man from ~sinning. Therefore disobedience 149 2, 105 | to repay a favor without sinning, for instance ~if one man 150 2, 105 | not ~a sin to refrain from sinning, it seems that ingratitude 151 2, 106 | than those they obtain by sinning, else fear ~would be no 152 2, 106 | in so far as he who by sinning has exceeded in following 153 2, 111 | account of the motive for sinning; thus a ~mischievous lie 154 2, 113 | sufficient cause of another's sinning, as was shown above (Q[43], 155 2, 113 | the sufficient cause of sinning, whereas he is ~only the 156 2, 130 | Reply OBJ 1: No man, by sinning, merits eternal life: wherefore 157 2, 131 | has a virtuous habit from ~sinning venially and without losing 158 2, 134 | whereas the very fact of sinning through pride seems to be 159 2, 156 | a sin. For we demerit by sinning. ~But "we do not demerit 160 2, 160 | law which hinders him from sinning, according to Jer. 2:20, " 161 2, 160 | is opposed "the habit of sinning," which implies contempt 162 2, 161 | the first man coveted by sinning?~(3) Whether his sin was 163 2, 161 | not their first motive for sinning, but the persuasive words 164 2, 161 | Great was the ~wickedness in sinning, when it was so easy to 165 2, 161 | Holy Ghost, because ~while sinning he relied on God's mercy [* 166 2, 162 | would not ~deter one from sinning. Now through sin our first 167 2, 187 | from the immutable good by ~sinning mortally. Hence it is evident 168 3, 8 | are brought to this end by sinning, they ~fall under the rule 169 3, 15 | 20). Thirdly, because by sinning He could afford ~no example 170 3, 27 | as one is in the act ~of sinning, one cannot be cleansed 171 3, 41 | avoiding the occasion of sinning. And such occasions of temptation 172 3, 42 | the ~people." But if by sinning openly they turn the authority 173 3, 46 | greater the pain. But by ~sinning the sinner loses a greater 174 3, 47 | ignorance lest he avoid sinning. The Jews ~therefore sinned, 175 3, 48 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man by sinning became the bondsman both 176 3, 49 | whom man had offended by sinning, and who with ~justice left 177 3, 53 | Christ did ~not fall by sinning, nor was His body dissolved, 178 3, 61 | the state of man who in sinning ~subjected himself by his 179 3, 62 | as they prevent man from ~sinning. But in regard to past sins, 180 3, 68 | man whose will is set on sinning, and hence expels the form 181 3, 79 | man the possibility ~of sinning.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 182 3, 80 | purchases damnation, by sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT TP 183 3, 81 | exasperated might take occasion of sinning. Therefore, it remains to 184 3, 82 | their hands are guilty of sinning?~(10) Whether a priest may 185 3, 83 | and under ~necessity of sinning, which is not becoming.~ 186 3, 84 | first, in the ~very act of sinning. Now it is worse to sin 187 3, 84 | contempt, and because ~by sinning he gives scandal to others. 188 3, 86 | the sin of Adam. Now, by sinning, man incurs at the ~same 189 3, 86 | of some ~good." Now, by sinning, man incurs the taint of 190 3, 88 | a venial sin, because by sinning venially ~man does not act 191 3, 89 | that from which man fell by sinning, sometimes to an equal grace, ~ 192 3, 89 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, before sinning a man can advance to a higher 193 Suppl, 4 | punishment: for since man, by sinning, deserved everlasting punishment, ~ 194 Suppl, 8 | longer any possibility of ~sinning, so that this punishment 195 Suppl, 15| deprives Him of something by sinning as stated ~above (Q[12], 196 Suppl, 19| is absolved from sin by sinning. Now it is a sin for ~anyone 197 Suppl, 20| sight a man is lessened by ~sinning, which is not the case in 198 Suppl, 32| that, The principles of sinning are the same in us as the ~ 199 Suppl, 36| were in the necessity of ~sinning; for he can renounce his 200 Suppl, 59| except on the condition of sinning, for instance, ~if she were 201 Suppl, 70| correspond to sin. Now in sinning the soul ~subjected itself 202 Suppl, 70| that the soul which by sinning subjected itself to corporeal 203 Suppl, 86| themselves to the devil by ~sinning. Therefore it is just that 204 Suppl, 88| essentially through man ~sinning, it will not really be increased 205 Suppl, 89| in the flesh, became, by ~sinning, carnal even in mind." Now 206 Suppl, 93| they had no ~opportunity of sinning, as in the case of baptized 207 Suppl, 95| under a kind of necessity of sinning. Therefore since their act 208 Suppl, 95| are under the necessity of sinning, but because they have ~ 209 Suppl, 95| However, the necessity of sinning whereof we are ourselves 210 Suppl, 96| wicked only put an end to sinning because their life ~came 211 Suppl, 96| remitted to those who after sinning have obtained forgiveness


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