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rabbi 32
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raca 5
race 161
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rachel 4
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161 diverse
161 idolatry
161 objections
161 race
161 root
161 therefrom
160 commit
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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race

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | better than the whole human race, being ~God and man. But 2 1, 20 | But God loved the human race more than He loved Christ; 3 1, 20 | He loves the whole ~human race, but more than He loves 4 1, 20 | salvation ~of the human race; rather did He become thereby 5 1, 23 | consider the whole of the human race, as we consider the whole 6 1, 32 | the salvation of the human race, accomplished by the Incarnate ~ 7 1, 39 | the delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the Son. 8 1, 51 | those who sprang ~from the race of Cain. Nor is it to be 9 1, 54 | rather as that between "a ~race" and "to run," one of which 10 1, 57 | the salvation of the human race, still the apostles knew ~ 11 1, 39 | the delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the Son. 12 1, 52 | those who sprang ~from the race of Cain. Nor is it to be 13 1, 55 | rather as that between "a ~race" and "to run," one of which 14 1, 58 | the salvation of the human race, still the apostles knew ~ 15 1, 78 | alone belongs to the human race, as intelligence alone ~ 16 1, 91 | principle ~of the whole human race. Wherefore Paul says that " 17 1, 91 | God made the whole ~human race from one" (Acts 17:26). 18 1, 91 | necessary as regards the human race, in which ~the male and 19 1, 91 | the principle of the human race; just as the semen ~belongs 20 1, 96 | the principle of the human race, as the semen in man, who 21 1, 97 | of rights when the human race ~increased by generation. 22 1, 97 | multiplication of the human race; ~otherwise man's sin would 23 1, 97 | multiplication of the human ~race, He established the begetting 24 1, 97 | that in ~paradise the human race would have been multiplied 25 1, 98 | multiplication of the human race. But the race would have 26 1, 98 | the human race. But the race would have been ~sufficiently 27 1, 99 | have ~been the whole human race if neither they - that is 28 1, 99 | descendants, ~nor any of their race had committed any sin for 29 1, 100 | instructor of the whole human race. Therefore he begot children 30 1, 102 | that under the sun ~the race is not to the swift, nor 31 1, 112 | guardianship of the human race belongs to the order of " 32 1, 112 | God to the whole human ~race - namely the guardianship 33 1, 113 | to sin in the whole human race: and in this sense we must 34 2, 1 | man, is to the whole human race, so is the last end of any 35 2, 4 | the goal of the spiritual ~race: hence he says (2 Tim. 4: 36 2, 72 | Ezech. 43:23: "The human race ~is subject to three kinds 37 2, 98 | one God, by Whom the human race was to be saved through ~ 38 2, 98 | perfect salvation of the human race, which was to ~come through 39 2, 98 | of salvation on the human race gratuitously: ~wherefore 40 2, 98 | condemnation of ~the human race for the sin of the first 41 2, 102 | common on the whole human race; and hence they were repeated 42 2, 103 | redemption of the human race was ~fulfilled in Christ' 43 2, 105 | priests of the Levitical race, and to the judge ~that 44 2, 2 | Resurrection, whereby the ~human race is delivered from sin and 45 2, 65 | priests of the Levitical ~race, and to the judge that shall 46 2, 71 | says: "The whole human race is in peril from this vice." 47 2, 111 | wit, he was not of ~the race of prophets: hence the text 48 2, 150 | welfare of the ~whole human race. Thus too in an army, some 49 2, 150 | the welfare of the ~human race." On the other hand, virginity 50 2, 150 | bodily increase of the human ~race, and belongs to the active 51 2, 151 | preservation of the whole human ~race. Hence Augustine says (De 52 2, 151 | welfare of the whole ~human race." Wherefore just as the 53 2, 151 | preservation of the human race. Wherefore there ~is the 54 2, 152 | the welfare ~of the human race." But inordinate use of 55 2, 152 | it ~is that in the human race the male has a natural solicitude 56 2, 152 | good of the whole human ~race, and common goods depend 57 2, 152 | good of the whole human race, as appears from what was 58 2, 152 | to the good of the human ~race, in so far as it is prejudicial 59 2, 152 | than the good of the human race: and therefore those sins 60 2, 152 | as becoming to the human race: and this ~is called "the 61 2, 170 | the stability of the human race. Now "nature ~does not fail 62 2, 187 | and none marry, the human race will perish. Virtue is rare, 63 3 | bestowed by Him on the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Prologue 64 3, 1 | restoration of the human race?~(3) Whether if there had 65 3, 1 | restoration of the human race that the ~Word of God should 66 3, 1 | reparation of the ~human race that the Word of God should 67 3, 1 | contrary, What frees the human race from perdition is necessary ~ 68 3, 1 | satisfied for the ~whole human race, and God was not bound to 69 3, 1 | whereby ~the whole human race is infected, is greater 70 3, 1 | inasmuch as "the good of the race is a more ~Divine thing 71 3, 1 | beginning ~of the human race?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[5] 72 3, 1 | the beginning of the human race. For the work of the ~Incarnation 73 3, 1 | brought ~relief to the human race from the beginning.~Aquin.: 74 3, 1 | the beginning of the human race; for in the various ~centuries 75 3, 1 | beginning of the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[5] 76 3, 1 | the beginning of the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[5] 77 3, 1 | beginning of ~the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[5] 78 3, 1 | restoration of the human race by blotting out sin, it 79 3, 1 | beginning of ~the human race before sin. For medicine 80 3, 1 | not bestow upon the human race the remedy ~of the Incarnation 81 3, 1 | beginning of the human ~race. And the Word incarnate 82 3, 1 | feebleness ~of the human race men's knowledge of God began 83 3, 1 | the mercy shown the human race ~by the Incarnation of Christ, 84 3, 1 | the youth of ~the human race, "on account of the strength 85 3, 1 | Whose imitation the human race ~was to be formed to the 86 3, 1 | old age - of the ~human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[6] 87 3, 4 | fettered the whole human race; yet God judged it better 88 3, 4 | nature from the vanquished race, and thus to vanquish the 89 3, 4 | the enemy of ~the human race." And this for three reasons: 90 3, 7 | relation of Christ to the human race. For Christ, as man, is 91 3, 7 | salvation of the whole human race; for ~He is the propitiation 92 3, 8 | salvation of the whole human race; secondly, in ~free-will.~ 93 3, 9 | nature, since the whole human race was to be brought back ~ 94 3, 14 | for the sin of the ~human race that the Son of God, having 95 3, 15 | redemption of the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 96 3, 18 | the salvation of the human race, although ~it did not pertain 97 3, 18 | the salvation of the human race ~should be fulfilled by 98 3, 22 | He reconciled the human race to God, ~according to Col. 99 3, 26 | He reconciled the human race to God. Hence the ~Apostle, 100 3, 26 | for the sin of ~the human race. And in this sense He is 101 3, 31 | from the mass of the human ~race derived from Adam, but of 102 3, 31 | united to the ~priestly race, so that Christ, who is 103 3, 31 | OBJ 3: Further, the human race is Christ's kindred, inasmuch 104 3, 31 | signate in Adam, ~the human race, which is descended from 105 3, 31 | 3: Christ and the human race are kindred, through the 106 3, 31 | of Christ and the human race is ~sufficiently preserved 107 3, 31 | assume the flesh of the human race subject ~to sin, but cleansed 108 3, 31 | imperfection of the human race, which needs to be perfected 109 3, 41 | since the foe of the ~human race was vanquished, not as by 110 3, 46 | deliverance of the ~human race?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 111 3, 46 | deliverance of the human race. For the human race could 112 3, 46 | human race. For the human race could not be ~delivered 113 3, 46 | salvation of the human ~race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 114 3, 46 | for the sin of the human race; and ~so man was set free 115 3, 46 | satisfaction for sin from the human race. But if He had willed to 116 3, 46 | of delivering the human race than ~by Christ's Passion?~ 117 3, 46 | of ~delivering the human race besides Christ's Passion. 118 3, 46 | deliverance of the human race.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 119 3, 46 | wood preserved the human race from the waters of the ~ 120 3, 46 | itself to redeem the human race from all sins; but as to 121 3, 46 | all the sins of the ~human race, for which He made satisfaction 122 3, 46 | willed to deliver the human race from sins not ~merely by 123 3, 47 | deliverance of the ~human race, according to the words 124 3, 48 | all ~the sins of the human race, because Christ did not 125 3, 48 | offense of the whole human ~race. First of all, because of 126 3, 48 | for the ~sins of the human race; according to 1 Jn. 2:2: " 127 3, 48 | and the debt of the human race, it was as a price ~at the 128 3, 49 | the ~cause of the human race being delivered from the 129 3, 49 | sins of the whole human race: but when sufficient satisfaction 130 3, 49 | every offense of the human race with regard to those who ~ 131 3, 49 | God ~to the whole human race than in provoking Him to 132 3, 49 | first is common to the whole race, for it is our ~first parents' 133 3, 49 | sin of the whole human race, both as to its guilt and 134 3, 49 | guilt of the whole human race: but this was removed at 135 3, 50 | satisfy ~for the whole human race, which was sentenced to 136 3, 52 | Christ's ~Passion the human race was delivered not only from 137 3, 52 | sin of the whole ~human race, which each one in his origin 138 3, 60 | Christ, by which the human ~race is sanctified. And hence 139 3, 61 | the state of the human ~race, as Augustine declares ( 140 3, 61 | the state of the ~human race underwent no change after 141 3, 61 | The state of the human race after sin and before Christ 142 3, 65 | common good of ~the human race by means of generation: 143 Suppl, 8 | bestowed by God on the human race. This is evident from Heb. ~ 144 Suppl, 41| the beginning of the human race.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 145 Suppl, 41| times was lest the human race should cease to multiply. ~ 146 Suppl, 50| each state of the human race, since ~more degrees of 147 Suppl, 54| beginning of the human race father and mother alone 148 Suppl, 54| propagation of the human race to be ensured ~with very 149 Suppl, 54| Afterwards however, the human race having multiplied, more 150 Suppl, 54| the ~inheritance of the race. But afterwards more degrees 151 Suppl, 72| beginning of the human race: unless perhaps we say that 152 Suppl, 74| the last ~age of the human race, which begins from our Lord' 153 Suppl, 77| thus was the ~whole human race multiplied. Wherefore according 154 Suppl, 77| seed of which the human race was ~originally fashioned: 155 Suppl, 78| multiplication of the human race: and eating is ~directed 156 Suppl, 78| the resurrection the human race will already have the number 157 Suppl, 85| part of the ~whole human race: wherefore a twofold judgment 158 Suppl, 85| as a part of the human race: thus a man is said to be 159 Suppl, 85| judgment of the whole human race by ~the general separation 160 Suppl, 88| heavenly movement the human race is multiplied, plants and 161 Suppl, 96| length removed from the human race by the coming of ~Christ.


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