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godolias 1
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gods 142
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gods

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | There is none among the gods like unto Thee, O Lord." 2 1, 4 | are called participation ~gods. Therefore still less can 3 1, 11 | written "For there be ~many gods and many lords" (1 Cor. 4 1, 11 | it ~therefore that many Gods should exist.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 11 | perfection of being. If then many gods existed, they would necessarily ~ 6 1, 11 | it is impossible for many gods to exist. Hence also the ~ 7 1, 11 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gods are called many by the error 8 1, 11 | planets and other stars were ~gods, and also the separate parts 9 1, 13 | I have said, You are ~gods" (Ps. 81:6). Therefore this 10 1, 13 | them who by nature are not gods," (Gal. 4:8), and a gloss 11 1, 13 | 4:8), and a gloss adds, "Gods not ~in nature, but in human 12 1, 13 | so that those are called gods who share in divinity by ~ 13 1, 13 | text, "I have said, You are gods" (Ps. 81:6).~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 13 | as in the Psalm, "All the gods of ~the Gentiles are demons" ( 15 1, 22 | placed between us and the gods, as Augustine tells us ( 16 1, 25 | thought that men became gods, like Jupiter or ~Mercury.~ 17 1, 30 | unity ~excludes plurality of gods, and does not imply quantity 18 1, 30 | plurality, and the plurality of gods by unity, it does not ~follow 19 1, 33 | suppose ~the existence of two Gods, and two divine natures. 20 1, 39 | three persons are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 21 1, 39 | which may be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and this word 22 1, 39 | three persons are "several Gods," and ~not "one" God.~Aquin.: 23 1, 39 | can ~say there are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 24 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost are "three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch 25 1, 39 | follow that there are three Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 26 1, 39 | follows that there are two ~Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 27 1, 39 | follow that there are many Gods; for the Father and the 28 1, 50 | says in the Timaeus: "O gods of gods, whose maker ~and 29 1, 50 | the Timaeus: "O gods of gods, whose maker ~and father 30 1, 50 | because I so will it." But gods such as these can only be ~ 31 1, 50 | OBJ 2: By the expression 'gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~ 32 1, 57 | we shall know that ye are gods." Therefore the ~angels 33 1, 63 | pretending that they are gods and the souls of ~the dead." 34 1, 63 | For they said that all the gods were good; whereas some 35 1, 63 | and some bad; naming as 'gods' the intellectual substances ~ 36 1, 67 | were ~prone to worship as gods even the sun, moon, and 37 1, 70 | lights are proved not to be gods, by the fact that they were ~ 38 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate 39 1, 39 | three persons are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 40 1, 39 | which may be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and this word 41 1, 39 | three persons are "several Gods," and ~not "one" God.~Aquin.: 42 1, 39 | can ~say there are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 43 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost are "three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch 44 1, 39 | follow that there are three Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 45 1, 39 | follows that there are two ~Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 46 1, 39 | follow that there are many Gods; for the Father and the 47 1, 51 | says in the Timaeus: "O gods of gods, whose maker ~and 48 1, 51 | the Timaeus: "O gods of gods, whose maker ~and father 49 1, 51 | because I so will it." But gods such as these can only be ~ 50 1, 51 | OBJ 2: By the expression 'gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~ 51 1, 58 | we shall know that ye are gods." Therefore the ~angels 52 1, 64 | pretending that they are gods and the souls of ~the dead." 53 1, 64 | For they said that all the gods were good; whereas some 54 1, 64 | and some bad; naming as 'gods' the intellectual substances ~ 55 1, 68 | were ~prone to worship as gods even the sun, moon, and 56 1, 71 | lights are proved not to be gods, by the fact that they were ~ 57 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate 58 1, 96 | ancient fable, that ~the gods, by eating a certain food, 59 1, 107 | thus ~holy men are called gods by participation. Therefore, 60 1, 114 | the heavenly ~bodies are gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 61 1, 114 | the father of men and of gods brings on" (Odyssey xviii ~ 62 2, 2 | Scripture they are called "gods" (Ex. ~22:28), "Thou shalt 63 2, 2 | shalt not speak ill of the gods." Therefore happiness ~consists 64 2, 3 | just as they are called "gods," by participation. And 65 2, 9 | the father of men and of gods bring on" ~[*Odyssey xviii. 66 2, 67 | petty, and unworthy of the gods" ~(Ethic. x, 8)], as stated 67 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," belongs to 68 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me," is ~negative. 69 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me," ~(thus also 70 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods before ~Me" seem to be of 71 2, 100 | their being worshipped as ~gods - for God commanded an image 72 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," and, "Thou 73 2, 100 | not believing in strange gods. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 74 2, 100 | Thou shalt not have strange gods." ~Reverence to his master 75 2, 100 | the ~worship of strange gods: and to this are added other 76 2, 102 | He that ~sacrificeth to gods, shall be put to death, 77 2, 102 | all other animals to their gods, or made use of them in 78 2, 102 | them in sacrifice to their gods. Hence it is written (Ex. 79 2, 102 | various times to various gods: and so, ~to strengthen 80 2, 102 | they have done to their gods all the ~abominations which 81 2, 102 | worshipped their household gods as a preservative against 82 2, 102 | became more pleasing to the gods. Even ~now some women let 83 2, 102 | but worshipped them as gods, ~or abstained, for some 84 2, 102 | ate it in honor of their gods; and because it used to ~ 85 2, 102 | The Gentiles offered their gods the first-fruits, which ~ 86 2, 105 | saying: Go, serve ~strange gods." There was, however, a 87 2, 2 | worshipped together ~with false gods, 'God is known in Judea'; 88 2, 5 | 1, "They look to strange gods, and ~love the husks of 89 2, 10 | deviate by ~believing in many gods. Therefore their unbelief 90 2, 13 | Ex. 32:4): "These are thy gods, O Israel, that have ~brought 91 2, 15 | Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," and (Dt. 13: 92 2, 65 | persuade a man to serve strange gods: "Neither let thy eye spare 93 2, 76 | a man swearing by false gods ~(which is a manifest sin, 94 2, 76 | man that swears by false gods, is a party, not to ~his 95 2, 76 | induce him to swear by false gods, he ~would sin.~Aquin.: 96 2, 79 | Who is "exalted above all gods" [*Ps. 94:3]. Therefore 97 2, 81 | should ask the immortal gods for ~nothing else but that 98 2, 83 | I have said, You ~are gods": and angels too are called " 99 2, 83 | He that sacrificeth to gods ~shall be put to death, 100 2, 87 | By the name of ~strange gods you shall not swear." But 101 2, 92 | of the worship of ~false gods, which is called idolatry, 102 2, 92 | certain men ~to have been gods, whom they worshipped in 103 2, 92 | referred the names of their gods, as Varro ~asserted, and 104 2, 92 | god. These they called "gods," on account of their having 105 2, 92 | into the ~fellowship of the gods or of the demons by reason 106 2, 92 | fitting with regard to other gods, and that to the most ~high 107 2, 92 | about the nature of their gods, and the sovereign ~good." 108 2, 92 | them since you worship many gods: and yet ~you are much worse 109 2, 92 | should not be worshiped as gods, whereas you worship things 110 2, 92 | honor, since they set up two gods in opposition ~to one another, 111 2, 92 | and the moon, to be the gods ~that rule the world."~Aquin.: 112 2, 92 | written (Ps. 95:5): "All the gods of the Gentiles are ~devils."~ 113 2, 93 | shall know ~that ye are gods." Therefore if anyone presume 114 2, 93 | the father of men and of gods," i.e. the sun or ~the heavens, " 115 2, 96 | consist in swearing by ~false gods rather than in a lack of 116 2, 96 | swears to the ~truth by false gods, yet perjury takes its name 117 2, 96 | is it ~to swear by false gods. Yet it is lawful to take 118 2, 96 | one who has sworn by false gods, as Augustine says (ad Public. 119 2, 96 | ready to swear by false ~gods, but it is not lawful to 120 2, 96 | induce him to swear by false gods. Yet it ~seems to be different 121 2, 96 | who swears truly by false gods, as ~Augustine says (ad 122 2, 120 | Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me"; secondly, "Thou ~ 123 2, 120 | Law ~the worship of false gods is excluded.~Aquin.: SMT 124 2, 120 | People worshiped strange gods in two ways. For some served ~ 125 2, 120 | served ~certain creatures as gods without having recourse 126 2, 120 | ancient Romans worshiped gods without using ~images: and 127 2, 120 | shalt not ~have strange gods." Among others the worship 128 2, 120 | others the worship of false gods was observed ~by using certain 129 2, 120 | Thou shalt not have strange gods."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] 130 2, 139 | Gn. 3:5): "Ye shall be as Gods, knowing good and evil." 131 2, 161 | touched it, they would be like gods, ~as though He who made 132 2, 161 | opened and you shall ~be as Gods": and it was by coveting 133 2, 161 | saying: "You shall be as Gods," and added: "Knowing good 134 2, 161 | suggestion: "You shall be as Gods knowing good and evil." 135 3, 3 | Persons does not make several gods, so one human nature in ~ 136 3, 16 | other holy men are called gods - Christ being more excellently 137 3, 25 | of venerating their own gods, ~i.e. the demons, and so 138 3, 25 | Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me." But no corporeal 139 3, 40 | Dan. 2:11): "Except the gods, whose conversation is not 140 3, 41 | saying: "You shall be as gods, knowing good ~and evil." 141 Suppl, 13| one's parents or to the gods, as indeed the Philosopher 142 Suppl, 14| reception of good ~things from Gods else the latter need not


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