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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | of God is profitable to teach, to reprove, to correct, 2 1, 2 | of sacred doctrine is to teach the knowledge of ~God, not 3 1, 12 | because wise men or most men teach it, he cannot be said to ~ 4 1, 32 | seems to be superfluous to teach what cannot be known ~by 5 1, 66 | statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach that there is an empyrean 6 1, 74 | Thus the Pythagoreans ~teach that perfection consists 7 1, 67 | statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach that there is an empyrean 8 1, 73 | Thus the Pythagoreans ~teach that perfection consists 9 1, 100 | from the fact ~that birds teach their young to fly; and 10 1, 105 | Jer. 31:34: "They shall ~teach no more every man his neighbor, 11 1, 105 | this respect one does not teach another. It is ~of this 12 1, 105 | wherefore he adds: "They shall ~teach no more every man his brother, 13 1, 107 | grade of mastership who can teach ~a higher science. By this 14 1, 116 | 1) Whether one man can teach another, as being the cause 15 1, 116 | knowledge?~(2) Whether man can teach an angel? ~(3) Whether by 16 1, 116 | 1/1~Whether one man can teach another?~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 116 | seem that one man cannot teach another. For the Lord ~says ( 18 1, 116 | belongs to a master to ~teach. Therefore man cannot teach, 19 1, 116 | teach. Therefore man cannot teach, and this is proper to God.~ 20 1, 116 | But it is not possible to teach anyone so as to cause knowledge ~ 21 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Whether man can teach the angels?~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 116 | It would seem that men teach angels. For the Apostle 23 1, 116 | some men have been able to ~teach the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 34 | bodily pleasure, if they who ~teach that all pleasures are evil, 25 2, 37 | Is. 28:9): "Whom shall He teach ~knowledge? And whom shall 26 2, 68 | away, since "they shall teach no more every man . . ~. 27 2, 99 | that time that I should ~teach you the ceremonies and judgments 28 2, 102 | written: that thou ~mayest teach them" to the children of 29 2, 102 | forbidden to presume ~to teach, or perform other duties 30 2, 103 | commanded that I should teach ~you." But they would not 31 2, 105 | Moreover, they are commanded to teach them the rules of right ~ 32 2, 106 | and to do. But He did not teach them about all future events: 33 2, 111 | teaching. For whoever would teach another in any science must 34 2, 1 | truth, is ~come, He will teach you all truth." Now the 35 2, 2 | whose business it is to ~teach others, are under obligation 36 2, 2 | degree, whose ~duty it is to teach others, are bound to believe 37 2, 2 | 28:19: "Going therefore teach ye all nations, ~baptizing 38 2, 15 | Dt. 4:9), ~"Thou shalt teach them to thy sons" - and 39 2, 41 | he whose duty ~it is to teach should no' teach what is 40 2, 41 | it is to teach should no' teach what is contrary to the 41 2, 41 | truth, and that ~he should teach the truth according to the 42 2, 41 | to suppress the truth and teach ~error in order to avoid 43 2, 69 | counsel, or the ignorant to teach.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 44 2, 109 | to worship idols, should teach us that ~dissimulation is 45 2, 120 | as the Divine scriptures teach the interior worship under 46 2, 172 | Mt. 28:19: "Going . . . teach ye all nations, baptizing 47 2, 172 | liberty, to have prophets to teach them what to do.~Aquin.: 48 2, 174 | Mt. 28:19, "Going . . . teach ye all nations." ~Now it 49 2, 174 | they who were being sent to teach others ~should need to be 50 2, 175 | able to ~speak so as to teach, please, and persuade, as 51 2, 175 | when a man speaks so as "to teach." Secondly, in ~order to 52 2, 175 | is becoming to a woman to teach; ~for it is written (Prov. 53 2, 175 | I suffer not a woman to ~teach." Now this pertains especially 54 2, 176 | wrought. Hence wicked men who teach a false doctrine never work ~ 55 2, 176 | they administer. If they teach a true doctrine, ~sometimes 56 2, 179 | 1) that "to be able to teach is an indication of knowledge." ~ 57 2, 179 | bread to the hungry, to teach the ignorant the words of 58 2, 179 | knowledge to be able to teach, in so far as he ~is able 59 2, 179 | this, one angel ~does not teach another, since according 60 2, 179 | life to come, no man will teach another of God, ~but "we 61 2, 179 | Jeremias 31:34: "They shall teach no more every man ~his neighbor . . . 62 2, 183 | in thy mouth, and I ~will teach thee what thou shalt speak." 63 2, 184 | My words ~are intended to teach you not to rely on your 64 2, 185 | it is lawful for them to teach, preach, and do like things?~( 65 2, 185 | lawful for religious to teach, preach, and the like?~Aquin.: 66 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to teach, preach, and the ~like. 67 2, 185 | A monk's duty is not to teach but to ~lament." Again Pope 68 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to teach, preach, and the like.~Aquin.: 69 2, 185 | for religious to preach, ~teach, and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 70 2, 185 | unlawful for them to preach, teach, and ~do similar things.~ 71 2, 185 | for a ~person to preach, teach, or do like things, because 72 2, 185 | for religious to preach, teach, and do ~like things, both 73 2, 185 | other ~religious to preach, teach, and so forth, because the 74 2, 186 | hands." ~It also helps to teach obedience, wherefore Augustine 75 2, 186 | fellowship ~of holy men, and teach not yourself. Secondly, 76 3, 7 | Further, Christ did not teach virtues which He had not 77 3, 7 | Jesus began to do and to teach." But of Christ it ~is said ( 78 3, 7 | because ~they were sent to teach all nations; but Christ 79 3, 12 | anything, but in order to teach by ~questioning. For from 80 3, 12 | teaches them directly." Now to teach ~and to be taught do not 81 3, 15 | instruction, i.e. in order to teach us to wonder ~at what He 82 3, 21 | and this, that He might teach us three things. First, 83 3, 21 | Jesus began to do and ~to teach." Therefore Christ never 84 3, 27 | I suffer not a woman to teach." The use of miracles did 85 3, 35 | same subject. Thus if a man teach grammar to some and logic 86 3, 36 | Mt. 28:19): "Going . . . teach ye all nations."~Aquin.: 87 3, 39 | about forthwith to begin to teach and preach: for which purpose 88 3, 39 | conduced by beginning to ~teach not in His boyhood or youth, 89 3, 39 | should presume to govern or teach others before attaining 90 3, 39 | namely, that He should teach after reaching ~the perfect 91 3, 39 | to Mt. 28:19: "Go ye ~and teach all nations, baptizing them 92 3, 39 | the time came for Him to teach, to work miracles, ~and 93 3, 40 | therefore, in order ~to teach preachers that they ought 94 3, 40 | sometimes He did so in ~order to teach us to avoid the favor of 95 3, 40 | Jesus began to do and to teach." But He taught (Mt. 15: 96 3, 41 | to give us an example: to teach us, to wit, how to ~overcome 97 3, 41 | Jesus began to do and to teach" (Acts 1:1). ~Consequently, 98 3, 41 | form of life, in order to teach us the need of taming the 99 3, 42 | the time when He began to teach, we have spoken above when ~ 100 3, 42 | disciples (Mt. 28:19): "Going, ~teach ye all nations." For this 101 3, 42 | 3]. Therefore He did not teach all things openly.~Aquin.: 102 3, 42 | thus, ~again, did Christ teach nothing in secret: for He 103 3, 42 | men, who shall be fit to teach ~others." This is foreshadowed, 104 3, 43 | but because He wished to ~teach us how to pray. Wherefore 105 3, 43 | miracles before He began to teach. And ~it was unfitting that 106 3, 43 | that He should begin to teach until He reached the ~perfect 107 3, 44 | confessing the truth; to teach us not to care about such 108 3, 44 | Christ came specially to teach and to work miracles for 109 3, 45 | Further, Christ began to teach after His baptism. Nevertheless, ~ 110 3, 55 | I suffer not ~a woman to teach." Therefore, it does not 111 3, 55 | is not to be allowed to teach publicly in church; ~but 112 3, 60 | Mt. 28:19): "Go ye and teach all nations, ~baptizing 113 3, 66 | Resurrection, when He said: "Going, teach ~ye all nations, baptizing 114 3, 66 | the commandment: "Going, teach ye all ~nations."~Aquin.: 115 3, 66 | teaches, need not say, "I teach ~you." Now our Lord gave 116 3, 66 | said (Mt. 28:19): "Going, teach ye all nations," ~etc. Therefore 117 3, 66 | Mt. 28:19): "Going . . . teach ye all ~nations, baptizing 118 3, 67 | Mt. 28:19: "Going . . . teach ye all nations, ~baptizing 119 3, 67 | the catechumens. But to teach, i.e. to expound the Gospel, 120 3, 67 | perfect" is the same as "to teach." ~Consequently, it does 121 3, 67 | precept (Mt. ~28:19). But to teach, which is "to perfect," 122 3, 67 | she must not presume to teach men in the church, or to 123 3, 67 | case is a woman allowed to teach in church, according to 124 3, 67 | I suffer not a ~woman to teach, nor to use authority over 125 3, 67 | woman is not suffered to teach in public, but is ~allowed 126 3, 70 | Mt. 28:19: ~"Going . . . teach ye all nations, baptizing 127 3, 71 | saying: "Go ye . . . and ~teach all nations, baptizing them," 128 3, 71 | catechize" is the same as "to teach," and this is ~the same 129 3, 72 | born ~requires someone to teach him things pertaining to 130 3, 72 | that the second also may teach us that the sevenfold grace 131 3, 81 | Jesus began ~to do and to teach." Hence He first of all 132 3, 81 | Jesus began to do and to teach." But He gave the ~command ( 133 3, 84 | Mt. 28:19): "Going . ~. . teach ye all nations, baptizing 134 Suppl, 19| she is not competent to teach, according to the Apostle ( 135 Suppl, 39| I suffer not a woman to ~teach (in the Church),* nor to 136 Suppl, 54| with the father rear ~and teach that child in which things 137 Suppl, 66| sacraments, and ~because they teach spiritual things, and should 138 Suppl, 93| competent to preach and teach by virtue of ~their office. 139 Suppl, 93| Although ability to preach and teach is sometimes the ~outcome 140 Suppl, 93| to teaching. Now angels teach us by ~cleansing, enlightening, 141 Suppl, 93| acts whereby the angels teach us belong to their glory ~ 142 Suppl, 93| Nor is it true that to teach is an ~act of prudence:


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