Whether the Other Six Precepts of the Decalogue are Fittingly ...
... to be forbidden together with adultery: those that come under the head of damage
done to property are understood to be forbidden together with theft: and those ...
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Other Sins Forbidden.
... Other Sins Forbidden. ... these things; for out of all these idolatry is engendered.5.
My child, be not a liar, since a lie leadeth the way to theft; neither money ...
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What are the Sins Forbidden in the Eighth Commandment?
... Answer: The sins forbidden in the eighth commandment, besides the neglect of the
duties required, are, theft, robbery, man-stealing, and receiving anything ...
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Whether the Precepts of the Decalogue are Dispensable?
... i, 4). In like manner when a man's property is taken from him, if it be due that
he should lose it, this is not theft or robbery as forbidden by the decalogue. ...
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Whether the Precepts of the virtues Annexed to Temperance are ...
... outward movement is not injurious to one's neighbor, if we consider the species
of the act, as are murder, adultery, and theft, which are forbidden in the ...
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Excursus on Usury.
... that usury, unlike theft, the desecration of tombs, and sacrilege (hierosulia ),
is allowed to pass unpunished, although among the things forbidden by Scripture ...
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The Ecclesiastical Canons of the Same Holy Apostles.
... R.].  Leviticus 5:16. [It is argued from the theft forbidden that this
canon is more recent; its origin is unknown.--R.]. [3813 ...
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Thou Shalt not Covet Thy Neighbor's House. Thou Shalt not Covet ...
... us. For they do not interpret them as referring to unchastity or theft,
because these are sufficiently forbidden above. They also ...
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Dialogue iii. --The Impassible.
... it on to the hollow vein  and the vein to the adjacent parts and they through
the rest, and so the theft of the forbidden food pervaded the whole body. ...
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Whether Men are Bound to Pay Tithes of all Things?
... Moreover the ministers of the New Law are more strictly forbidden to occupy ... itself
was unjust: such, for instance, are things gotten by robbery, theft or usury ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookExodus 20:15
You shall not steal.Torrey's Topical Textbook
You know the commandments, Do not commit adultery, Do not kill, Do not steal, Do not bear false witness, Defraud not, Honor your father and mother.
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For this, You shall not commit adultery, You shall not kill, You shall not steal, You shall not bear false witness, You shall not covet; and if there be any other commandment, it is briefly comprehended in this saying, namely, You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
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Theft and Thieves by Rachel, of the Household Gods (Teraphim)
Theft and Thieves: Achan
Theft and Thieves: Figurative
Theft and Thieves: General Scriptures Concerning
Theft and Thieves: Judas
Theft and Thieves: Micah
Theft and Thieves: The Spies of Laish
Theft is an Abomination
Theft: All Earthly Treasure Exposed To
Theft: Brings a Curse on Those Who Commit It
Theft: Brings the Wrath of God Upon Those Who Commit It
Theft: Connected With Murder
Theft: Defiles a Man
Theft: Excludes from Heaven
Theft: from the Poor Specially Forbidden
Theft: Heavenly Treasure Secure From
Theft: Illustrates the Guilt of False Teachers
Theft: Includes Fraud Concerning Wages
Theft: Includes Fraud in General
Theft: Mosaic Law Respecting
Theft: Proceeds from the Heart
Theft: Saints: Warned Against
Theft: Shame Follows the Detection of
Theft: The Wicked: Addicted To
Theft: The Wicked: Associate With Those Who Commit
Theft: The Wicked: Commit, Under Shelter of the Night
Theft: The Wicked: Consent to Show Who Commit
Theft: The Wicked: Destroy Themselves By
Theft: The Wicked: Lie in Wait to Commit
Theft: The Wicked: May, for a Season, Prosper In
Theft: The Wicked: Plead Excuses For
Theft: The Wicked: Repent not of
Theft: The Wicked: Store up the Fruits of
Theft: They Who Connive At: Hate Their own Souls
Theft: They Who Connive At: Shall be Reproved of God
Theft: Woe Denounced Against
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