We must now consider the gift of fear, about which there are twelve points of inquiry:
A Whether God is to be feared?
A Of the division of fear into filial, initial, servile and worldly;
A Whether worldly fear is always evil?
A Whether servile fear is good?
A Whether it is substantially the same as filial fear?
A Whether servile fear departs when charity comes?
A Whether fear is the beginning of wisdom?
A Whether initial fear is substantially the same as filial fear?
A Whether fear is a gift of the Holy Ghost?
A Whether it grows when charity grows?
A Whether it remains in heaven?
A Which of the beatitudes and fruits correspond to it?