Servitute

Serv´i`tute


n.1.Servitude.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(73) Although not mentioned in these chronicle versions, a plea was also made to Humphrey by a group of London women at the time his first wife, Jacqueline was being held 'in servitute permanere'.
(31) <<Passio Christi, secundum quod comparator ad divinitatem eius, agit per modum efficientiae; inquantum vero comparator ad voluntatem animae Christi, agit per modum meriti; secundum vero quod considerator in ipsa came Christi, agit per modum satisfactionis, inquantom per eam liberamur a reato poenae; per modum vero redemptionis, inquantom per earn liberamur a servitute culpae; per modum autem sacrificii, inquantum per earn reconciliamur Deo>> (Summit theologize III, q.
Sit dijs gratia: qui nos calamitosa servitute tenebat oppressos tyrannus humanis rebus excessit.
As Peter Harrison has shown in his article on "Animal Souls, Metempsychosis, and Theodicy," the salvation of animal souls was a problem widely addressed in the seventeenth century, often through an Aristotelian or Augustinian inheritance and often through commentaries on Romans, 8.19-22, in which Paul speaks of the redemption of the whole of creation (in the Vulgate text, quia et ipsa creatura liberabitur a servitute corruptionis in libertatem gloriaefiliorum Dei).
(27) "LIBERTAS CHRISTIANA est qua LIBERATORE CHRISTO, A SERVITUTE PECCATI, ADEOQUE LEGIS HOMINUMQUE PRAESCRIPTO VELUT MANUMISSI LIBERAMUR, UT FILII EX SERVIS FACTI, EX PUERIS ADULTI, DEO PER SPIRITUM VERITATIS DUCEM IN CHARITATE SERVIAMUS."
<<Quod anima adnichilata dat licentiam virtutibus nec est amplius in earum servitute, quia non habet eas quoad usum sed virtutes obediunt ad nutum>>.
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