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idolater 3
idolaters 20
idolatrous 13
idolatry 161
idololatria 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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idolatry

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1 1, 61 | proved to them an occasion of idolatry, to which they were inclined, 2 1, 67 | been to them a pretext for idolatry if he had spoken ~to them 3 1, 70 | people from the danger of idolatry: ~since the lights are proved 4 1, 70 | sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~those who believe 5 1, 70 | withdraw his people from ~idolatry. Hence it is written (Dt. 6 1, 70 | causes," to guard against idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 7 1, 62 | proved to them an occasion of idolatry, to which they were inclined, 8 1, 68 | been to them a pretext for idolatry if he had spoken ~to them 9 1, 71 | people from the danger of idolatry: ~since the lights are proved 10 1, 71 | sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~those who believe 11 1, 71 | withdraw his people from ~idolatry. Hence it is written (Dt. 12 1, 71 | causes," to guard against idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 13 2, 70 | tranquillity is opposed. Idolatry, by reason of which war 14 2, 72 | uncleanness, immodesty, ~luxury, idolatry, witchcrafts," etc. from 15 2, 73 | rejoices ~chiefly in lust and idolatry." But he rejoices more in 16 2, 96 | laws of tyrants inducing to idolatry, or to anything else ~contrary 17 2, 98 | the others turned away ~to idolatry; wherefore the latter were 18 2, 98 | because that people turned to ~idolatry, even after the Law had 19 2, 98 | had fallen headlong into ~idolatry and the most shameful vices. 20 2, 100 | to the precept forbidding idolatry: since thereby it ~seemed 21 2, 100 | prone. Now men were prone to idolatry by reason of the general ~ 22 2, 101 | there were many prone to idolatry; wherefore it was necessary 23 2, 101 | order to avoid the sin of ~idolatry, and the pride which would 24 2, 102 | refer to the shunning of idolatry; or recall certain Divine ~ 25 2, 102 | after they had ~fallen into idolatry, by worshipping the molten 26 2, 102 | Him, in order to prevent idolatry; in order to signify the 27 2, 102 | First, in order to prevent idolatry. Because idolaters ~offered 28 2, 102 | first, in ~order to prevent idolatry: because idolaters used 29 2, 102 | animal, was offered for idolatry; while a calf was offered 30 2, 102 | reason was the exclusion of ~idolatry. For the Gentiles put up 31 2, 102 | Law to the ~exclusion of idolatry: because all the Gentiles, 32 2, 102 | fear these occasions of idolatry. Wherefore ~the Lord commanded 33 2, 102 | people an occasion for idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 34 2, 102 | the purpose of preventing idolatry, for in the feasts of ~Priapus 35 2, 102 | polluted, for instance, by idolatry, murder, adultery, or incest. ~ 36 2, 102 | denotes the uncleanness of idolatry, on account of the ~blood 37 2, 102 | to avoid all occasion of idolatry. There was also an ~uncleanness 38 2, 102 | aimed at ~the prevention of idolatry. For idolaters believed 39 2, 102 | detestation ~of the sin of idolatry it was sacrificed outside 40 2, 102 | pertained to the detestation of ~idolatry, in which the blood that 41 2, 102 | fire; or to ~denote that idolatry, together with all that 42 2, 102 | was offered for the sin of idolatry, both "he ~that burned her," 43 2, 102 | any way ~connected with idolatry should be cast aside as 44 2, 102 | reason was detestation of ~idolatry: because the Gentiles, and 45 2, 102 | prohibitions were made in hatred of idolatry. For ~the Egyptians held 46 2, 102 | show detestation for the idolatry ~of the Egyptians, who employed 47 2, 102 | literally, in detestation of idolatry. For the Egyptians in worshipping ~ 48 2, 102 | be ~led by avarice into idolatry to which the Jews were inclined. 49 2, 102 | to exclude the rites of idolatry. For the priests of the ~ 50 2, 103 | offered ~to idols, that of idolatry; while fornication is forbidden 51 2, 103 | Gentiles of relapse into idolatry if the latter had ~partaken 52 2, 105 | other nations were ~given to idolatry: wherefore if any man were 53 2, 105 | in danger of falling into idolatry. For this ~reason it is 54 2, 105 | should be led astray into idolatry. ~And specially did this 55 2, 105 | was willing to ~renounce idolatry, and become an adherent 56 2, 105 | token that she renounced idolatry for ever.~Aquin.: SMT FS 57 2, 10 | is so necessary to shun idolatry, that we should ~not come 58 2, 10 | latter were inclined to idolatry, so ~that it was to be feared 59 2, 10 | the Jews are compared to idolatry, because ~a gloss on Gal. 60 2, 10 | not lighter than that of idolatry." But it ~would not be allowable 61 2, 10 | to observe the rites of idolatry, in ~fact Christian princes 62 2, 37 | even the sin of unbelief or idolatry: for we read (Ex. 32:28) 63 2, 37 | fellow men on account of idolatry: ~whereas of the sin of 64 2, 37 | this faith by falling into idolatry, to be punished in an ~unwonted 65 2, 37 | schism, but also for that of idolatry as stated in the passage 66 2, 82 | exclude any occasion of idolatry, ~wherefore the text continues: " 67 2, 90 | species of this genus is "idolatry," ~which unduly gives divine 68 2, 91 | Of the superstition of idolatry; (3) of divinatory superstition; ( 69 2, 92 | 94] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF IDOLATRY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 70 2, 92 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider idolatry: under which head there 71 2, 92 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether idolatry is a species of superstition?~( 72 2, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether idolatry is rightly reckoned a species 73 2, 92 | OBJ 1: It would seem that idolatry is not rightly reckoned 74 2, 92 | Q[11], A[1]). Therefore ~idolatry is also a species of unbelief 75 2, 92 | is univocally applied to ~idolatry and to that which belongs 76 2, 92 | false gods, which is called idolatry, and of the worship of the 77 2, 92 | true religion. Therefore idolatry is not a species ~of superstition.~ 78 2, 92 | species of any ~genus. But idolatry, apparently, is nothing: 79 2, 92 | idols belongs properly to idolatry. ~Therefore since idolatry 80 2, 92 | idolatry. ~Therefore since idolatry is like to nothing, it cannot 81 2, 92 | superstition is unfittingly called ~idolatry, and should rather be named " 82 2, 92 | the ~whole city given to idolatry," and further on (Acts 17: 83 2, 92 | superstitious." ~Therefore idolatry belongs to superstition.~ 84 2, 92 | head of the superstition of idolatry. ~Wherefore Augustine says ( 85 2, 92 | is signified by the term idolatry, but not by ~the term heresy, 86 2, 92 | species of unbelief, but idolatry is a species of superstition.~ 87 2, 92 | to true ~religion or to idolatry, just as the payment of 88 2, 92 | of ~true religion, and to idolatry: just as prudence is applied 89 2, 92 | of images that the term ~"idolatry" was used to signify any 90 2, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether idolatry is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 91 2, 92 | OBJ 1: It would seem that idolatry is not a sin. Nothing is 92 2, 92 | faithful worship. Therefore idolatry, whereby ~idols are worshipped, 93 2, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether idolatry is the gravest of sins?~ 94 2, 92 | OBJ 1: It would seem that idolatry is not the gravest of sins. 95 2, 92 | worship, are graver sins than idolatry, which is opposed to ~external 96 2, 92 | another, which ~pertains to idolatry. Therefore blasphemy and 97 2, 92 | more grievous sins than idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 98 2, 92 | greater ~evils. But the sin of idolatry was punished with the sin 99 2, 92 | nature is a graver sin ~than idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 100 2, 92 | depravity is more grievous ~than idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 101 2, 92 | their conversion." Therefore idolatry ~is not the most grievous 102 2, 92 | the soul, but especially idolatry."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 103 2, 92 | the sin itself, and thus idolatry is the most ~grievous sin. 104 2, 92 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Idolatry presupposes internal unbelief, 105 2, 92 | But in a case of external idolatry without internal ~unbelief, 106 2, 92 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Idolatry includes a grievous blasphemy, 107 2, 92 | grievous than the sin of idolatry. But since it is more ~manifest, 108 2, 92 | punishment of the sin of idolatry, ~in order that, as by idolatry 109 2, 92 | idolatry, ~in order that, as by idolatry man abuses the order of 110 2, 92 | grace is not ~quite equal to idolatry as to the genus of the sin, 111 2, 92 | 1/1~Whether the cause of idolatry was on the part of man?~ 112 2, 92 | would seem that the cause of idolatry was not on the part of ~ 113 2, 92 | guilt. But the ~cause of idolatry could not be on the part 114 2, 92 | Likewise, ~neither could idolatry have its cause in man on 115 2, 92 | of all evil." Therefore idolatry has no cause on the part 116 2, 92 | among ~men at all times. Now idolatry was not always, but is stated [* 117 2, 92 | idols of clay. Moreover, idolatry ceased to a great extent 118 2, 92 | the ~sixth age. Therefore idolatry had no cause on the part 119 2, 92 | observation seems to apply to idolatry. ~Therefore idolatry had 120 2, 92 | to idolatry. ~Therefore idolatry had no cause on the part 121 2, 92 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Idolatry had a twofold cause. One 122 2, 92 | 2/2~The other cause of idolatry was completive, and this 123 2, 92 | The dispositive cause of idolatry was, on the part of man, ~ 124 2, 92 | pertains to guilt. ~Again, idolatry is stated to be the cause, 125 2, 92 | there is no kind of sin that idolatry does not produce at some ~ 126 2, 92 | certain sins may ~precede idolatry and dispose man thereto.~ 127 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 2: There was no idolatry in the first age, owing 128 2, 92 | one God. In the sixth age idolatry was banished ~by the doctrine 129 2, 92 | the consummative cause of idolatry.~ 130 2, 94 | are apparently remains of idolatry, which authorized ~the observance 131 2, 95 | Jews than was the ~sin of idolatry; and yet the latter is the 132 2, 95 | superstition: ~since for the sin of idolatry three thousand men of their 133 2, 95 | to be a greater sin than idolatry, whereby we give to a creature 134 2, 95 | The Law detests error and idolatry above all: for it is ~a 135 2, 95 | Reply OBJ 1: The sin of idolatry was not punished in the 136 2, 103 | and like the crime of idolatry to refuse to obey." But 137 2, 103 | to refuse to obey." But idolatry is the ~most grievous of 138 2, 103 | contempt of God just as ~idolatry does, though the latter 139 2, 109 | he ~departed not from the idolatry of Jeroboam (4 Kgs. 10:29, 140 2, 116 | serving of idols." Now idolatry is reckoned among the most 141 2, 116 | Covetousness is compared to idolatry on account of a ~certain 142 2, 116 | is as grievous a sin as ~idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 143 2, 120 | wicked ~superstitions besides idolatry, as stated above (Q[92], 144 2, 120 | was insufficient to forbid idolatry alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 145 2, 172 | God by turning aside to idolatry, whereas hitherto no such 146 2, 174 | when they fell away to ~idolatry, according to Gn. 11, so 147 3, 15 | Samaria is taken to signify idolatry; ~since this people, having 148 3, 15 | from the domination of idolatry." And in this way "before 149 3, 41 | namely, covetousness ~and idolatry. Therefore the mode of the 150 3, 70 | many being given ~over to idolatry. Moreover, by the growth 151 3, 78 | that would be an ~act of idolatry. Therefore the consecrating 152 3, 80 | the communicant, commit ~idolatry by believing that it is 153 3, 83 | given in order to ~remove idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 154 Suppl, 59| they should ~pervert to idolatry those whom they married 155 Suppl, 59| their being drawn into ~idolatry. And thus Joseph, Moses, 156 Suppl, 59| Further, covetousness is idolatry according to Eph. 5:5. Now 157 Suppl, 59| be put away on account of idolatry. Therefore in like manner 158 Suppl, 59| faith." Hence in Holy Writ ~idolatry and unbelief are specially 159 Suppl, 59| Covetousness is said to be idolatry on account of a certain ~ 160 Suppl, 66| corrupted ~by the devil through idolatry. Hence we must say otherwise 161 Suppl, 72| instanced by the smoke of idolatry which ~stained the higher


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