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On the floor of Peccatum Adae [the sin of Adam] stood Mother Kirk crowned and sceptered in the midst of the bright moonlit circle left by the silent people.
Coepit enim Jesus facere et docere (Acts 1:1), sacerdotibus relinquens exemplum, ut sequantur vestigia ejus, qui peccatum non fecit, ut sit honestas in conversatione: Nec inventus est dolus in ore ejus (1 Pt 2:21-22), ut sit veritas in praedicatione.
Perhaps the second term would be more profitably translated, "what he does not will to happen," so that it may correspond with non bonum, in which case peccatum would be "what he permits to happen.
Tertio modo sumitur, prout significat quandam inclinationem naturae corruptae ad bona corruptibilis inordinate appetenda, et sic dicunt cupiditatem esse radicem omnium peccatorum ad similitudinem radicis arboris, quae ex terra trahit alimentum; sic enim ex amore rerum temporalium omne peccatum procedit (Summa Theologica, I, ii, 84 lc.
Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 1947-1960], 3:603): "et hanc procurationem boni humani conveniens fuit per malos angelos fieri, ne totaliter post peccatum ab utilitate natumlis ordinis exciderent.
For it is certainly difficult to invoke the doctrine of peccatum originale without calling up the idea of guilt.
27) Nevertheless, after baptism, concupiscence becomes a ruled sin or peccatum regnatum.
The name with the'c' has some suggestion of Latin peccatum (mistake, fault, error)" (1996, 122-23).
As Ed Cohen writes, "Basil's portrait of Dorian can embody his desire for the eponymous character, and yet a male homoerotic passion remains, in the dominant representational codes of the period, peccatum illude horribile non nominandum inter christanos--or, in a bad paraphrase of Lord Alfred Douglas, a love whose name the text dare not speak" (811).
8) For example, see the entries, "Irascitur Dominus," "lrascitur Dominus proper peccatum," "Ira dei presens non est curanda," and "Ira uentura fugienda," in Nicholas of Byard, Distinctiones "Absconditur, " Bibliotheque nationale de France [hereafter cited as BnF], Lar.
See also Lindorfer, Peccatum Linguae, 32, who argues this was the first time that speech violations were seriously scrutinised in France.
7) "cum denique Christi servatoris nostri divino testimonio compertissimum sit, ilium hominem ab se sanatum, neque ob suum, neque ob parentum suorum aliquod peccatum, etiam ab utero caecum fuisse.