Whether Venial Sin is a Disposition to Mortal Sin?
... Secondly, a human act disposes to something by removing an obstacle thereto. In
this way a sin generically venial can dispose to a sin generically mortal. ...
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Whether Ignorance Can be a Cause of Sin?
... removed by ignorance, regards sin as turning towards something, so too, ignorance
of this respect of a sin is the cause of that sin, as removing its impediment ...
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Whether the Remnants of Sin are Removed when a Mortal Sin is ...
... Now it has been said above (A) that the guilt of mortal sin is pardoned
through grace removing the aversion of the mind from God. ...
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Whether Sin Can be the Punishment of Sin?
... On the other hand, sin can be the punishment of sin accidentally in three ways.
First, when one sin is the cause of another, by removing an impediment thereto. ...
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Whether by Penance one Sin Can be Pardoned Without Another?
... I answer that, It is impossible for Penance to take one sin away without another.
First because sin is taken away by grace removing the offense against God. ...
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Whether the Definition of Satisfaction Given in the Text is ...
... God due honor"; where duty is considered in respect of the sin committed ... Now
preservation from bodily sickness is assured by removing the causes from which the ...
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Whether Death and Other Defects of the Body are the Effects of Sin
... one thing may also be the cause of another accidentally, by removing something which ...
The sin of our first parent is, thus accidentally, the cause of death and ...
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Whether Sin Has a Cause?
... the cause of the negation in itself; since the result of the removing the cause ... But,
since the inordinateness of sin and of every evil is not a simple negation ...
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Whether Venial Sin Can be Forgiven Without Penance?
... sins, and each single one; and he can avoid each single venial sin, but not all ... back,
if he gave up the desire of going forward, or of removing the obstacles to ...
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Whether There are Several Original Sins in one Man?
... the privation of original justice, removing the subjection of man's mind to God.
Consequently original sin is specifically one, and, in one man, can be only ...
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Topical Bible Verses1 John 1:9
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.Topicalbible.org
As far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us.
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