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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | understanding in the sight of nations."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[ 2 1, 8 | The Lord is high above all nations," etc. Therefore God is ~ 3 1, 70 | created for the service of all nations." Now, he explains ~this 4 1, 71 | created for the service of all nations." Now, he explains ~this 5 2, 94 | natural law is common ~to all nations."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 6 2, 95 | he includes the "law of ~nations," so called, because, as 7 2, 95 | as he says, "nearly all nations use it." ~But as he says, " 8 2, 95 | that which is common to all nations." ~Therefore the law of 9 2, 95 | Therefore the law of nations is not contained under positive 10 2, 95 | divided into the "law of ~nations" and "civil law," according 11 2, 95 | Because, ~to the law of nations belong those things which 12 2, 95 | Reply OBJ 1: The law of nations is indeed, in some way, 13 2, 98 | the Jews alone but to all nations, according to Is. 49:6: " 14 2, 98 | have been ~given to all nations, and not to one people only.~ 15 2, 98 | the Jews alone, but to all nations: for it is written (Ecclus. 16 2, 98 | set a ruler." Also on all nations He bestows ~temporal goods, 17 2, 98 | Christ, ~was prepared for all nations, yet it was necessary that 18 2, 99 | thee ~higher than all the nations," etc.: and these are called ~" 19 2, 100 | understanding in the sight of nations." Now it belongs to wisdom 20 2, 100 | the general ~custom of the nations. Likewise men are prone 21 2, 102 | understanding in the sight of ~nations." Consequently we must needs 22 2, 102 | wars with the neighboring nations; and lastly, at the time 23 2, 102 | made the father of many ~nations," when he was an old man, 24 2, 102 | distinguished from other nations, not only by the sign of 25 2, 102 | distinguished from other nations." Hence, in ~this way, they 26 2, 103 | seed to come, in which all nations were to ~blessed. Wherefore, 27 2, 104 | which were given to other nations. Thus, ~too, the wars and 28 2, 105 | alone, whereas all other nations were ~given to idolatry: 29 2, 105 | regard to certain other ~nations: "Thou shalt not abhor the 30 2, 105 | as it was law with some nations that no one was deemed ~ 31 2, 105 | prescribed in respect of certain ~nations that had close relations 32 2, 105 | marriages ~with strange nations; and commanded the dissolution 33 2, 105 | captive women from strange nations (Dt. 21:10, seqq.).~Aquin.: 34 2, 105 | to wit, women of strange ~nations, through fear of their losing 35 2, 105 | apply with respect to those nations ~who dwelt near them, because 36 2, 106 | Divine Wisdom "through ~nations conveyeth herself into holy 37 2, 108 | thee higher than all the ~nations"; and in reference to the 38 2, 2 | obedience to the faith in all nations." Now the virtue of ~obedience 39 2, 2 | world, ~God is known to all nations; in that He is not to be 40 2, 2 | Going therefore teach ye all nations, ~baptizing them in the 41 2, 4 | obedience to the ~faith in all nations." Therefore obedience rather 42 2, 10 | the delivery of so many nations."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 43 2, 10 | command in reference to those nations into whose territory the ~ 44 2, 10 | frequent dealings with those ~nations, they should be estranged 45 2, 12 | a device of the law of ~nations which is a human law: whereas 46 2, 15 | understanding in the sight of the nations." By this we are given to ~ 47 2, 18 | not fear Thee, O ~King of nations?" and (Malachi 1:6): "If 48 2, 43 | according to Wis. 7:27: "Through nations she conveyeth herself ~into 49 2, 55 | 3) Whether the right of nations is the same as natural right?~( 50 2, 55 | 1/1~Whether the right of nations is the same as the natural 51 2, 55 | would seem that the right of nations is the same as the ~natural 52 2, 55 | men agree in the right of nations; since the jurist ~[*Ulpian: 53 2, 55 | et Jure i] "the right of nations is that ~which is in use 54 2, 55 | which is in use among all nations." Therefore the right of 55 2, 55 | Therefore the right of nations is the ~natural right.~Aquin.: 56 2, 55 | belongs ~to the right of nations," as Isidore states (Etym. 57 2, 55 | Therefore the ~right of nations is a natural right.~Aquin.: 58 2, 55 | positive. Now the right of nations is not a positive right, 59 2, 55 | positive right, since all ~nations never agreed to decree anything 60 2, 55 | Therefore ~the right of nations is a natural right.~Aquin.: 61 2, 55 | natural, or civil, or right of nations," and consequently the right 62 2, 55 | consequently the right of ~nations is distinct from natural 63 2, 55 | commensuration. But ~the right of nations falls short of natural right 64 2, 55 | and is called the right of nations." ~This suffices for the 65 2, 55 | belongs ~to the right of nations is natural in the second 66 2, 55 | according ~to the right of nations, as implying a proximate 67 2, 76 | shalt fenerate* to many ~nations, and shalt not borrow of 68 2, 76 | shalt fenerate to ~many nations," etc., fenerating is to 69 2, 83 | all times and among all nations there has always ~been the 70 2, 84 | it us." Therefore other nations ~are not bound to pay first-fruits.~ 71 2, 152 | Sodom, which should all nations commit, they should all 72 2, 159 | word of Is. 40:17, "All ~nations are before Him as if they 73 2, 169 | mystery." Hence among heathen nations they were known as ~"vates, 74 2, 169 | thee a prophet unto ~the nations."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] 75 2, 170 | the wisdom of God "through nations conveyeth ~herself into 76 2, 172 | Going . . . teach ye all nations, baptizing them in the name 77 2, 172 | benefit, not for that of the nations. But when ~those prophetic 78 2, 172 | time were to benefit the nations, it was fitting to begin ~ 79 2, 172 | which was to govern the ~nations."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 80 2, 172 | not over-ridden ~by other nations, but had its own king; wherefore 81 2, 174 | Going . . . teach ye all nations." ~Now it was not fitting 82 2, 174 | tongues was brought upon the nations when they fell away to ~ 83 2, 174 | according to Gn. 11, so when the nations were to be recalled to ~ 84 2, 174 | in the languages of all ~nations sufficiently for the requirements 85 2, 174 | speaks in the tongues of all nations, because the Church ~herself 86 2, 174 | speaks the languages of all nations: since whoever is not ~in 87 3, 1 | Lord is high above all ~nations, and His glory above the 88 3, 7 | obedience to the faith in all nations for His name." Now Christ 89 3, 7 | they were sent to teach all nations; but Christ wished to preach ~ 90 3, 31 | Adam, ~because in him all nations sinned originally, as is 91 3, 31 | thy seed ~shall all the nations of the earth be blessed": 92 3, 31 | certain defection to strange nations during the Babylonian captivity; ~ 93 3, 36 | Going . . . teach ye all nations."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 94 3, 36 | faith and devotion of the nations who were to ~come to Christ 95 3, 36 | devotion and faith of the ~nations is without any error through 96 3, 37 | made thee a father of many ~nations": and it was said to Peter ( 97 3, 38 | therewith. But to bring the ~nations into the way of salvation 98 3, 38 | the "expectation of the nations," as we read Gn. 49:10. 99 3, 39 | 19: "Go ye ~and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name 100 3, 42 | give him power over the ~nations . . . as I also have received 101 3, 42 | Going, ~teach ye all nations." For this reason it was 102 3, 42 | multiplied by the ~faith of the nations."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 103 3, 43 | like those, but the very nations believed . . . (Tract. lxxii). 104 3, 44 | they sought him among ~the nations in the neighborhood of Judea."~ 105 3, 49 | The Lord is high above all nations, ~and His glory above the 106 3, 60 | 19): "Go ye and teach all nations, ~baptizing them in the 107 3, 66 | said: "Going, teach ~ye all nations, baptizing them in the name 108 3, 66 | commandment: "Going, teach ye all ~nations."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 109 3, 66 | 19): "Going, teach ye all nations," ~etc. Therefore there 110 3, 66 | Going . . . teach ye all ~nations, baptizing them in the name 111 3, 67 | Going . . . teach ye all nations, ~baptizing them," etc. 112 3, 69 | 3:1,2): ~"These are the nations which the Lord left, that 113 3, 70 | Baptism is offered to all nations, according to Mt. 28:19: ~" 114 3, 70 | Going . . . teach ye all nations, baptizing them." Therefore ~ 115 3, 70 | Jews only, ~but also all nations.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 116 3, 70 | In thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed" ~( 117 3, 70 | Baptism is offered to all nations. On the other ~hand circumcision 118 3, 70 | they dwelt apart from other nations. ~Nevertheless, as Augustine 119 3, 71 | ye . . . and ~teach all nations, baptizing them," etc.~Aquin.: 120 3, 84 | Going . ~. . teach ye all nations, baptizing them," etc., 121 3, 84 | Prov. 14:34: "Sin maketh nations miserable"; wherefore it 122 3, 84 | preached in His name unto all nations."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 123 3, 84 | preached in His name unto all nations," after speaking ~of His 124 Suppl, 20| comprises various ~peoples and nations.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 125 Suppl, 40| abroad ~through various nations; and consequently in this 126 Suppl, 54| Now among the ~uncivilized nations no person is debarred from 127 Suppl, 59| law either refers to other nations with whom they ~could lawfully 128 Suppl, 65| spread abroad among all ~nations by a spiritual propagation. 129 Suppl, 72| spirits ~that are set over the nations never fight in behalf of 130 Suppl, 85| will gather together all ~nations and will bring them down 131 Suppl, 86| just . . . ~shall judge nations." Thirdly, a person is said 132 Suppl, 86| people alone, and not other nations." The reason why all other ~ 133 Suppl, 86| The reason why all other ~nations are denoted by the twelve 134 Suppl, 88| for the service of all the nations, that are under heaven." ~


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