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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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years

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | absent by reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as the ~nature 2 1, 61 | Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand years of our ~time have not yet 3 1, 67 | succession of days, ~months, and years. Thus it is, that in the 4 1, 67 | successive days, seasons, and years recorded as begun on ~the 5 1, 67 | seasons, and for days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~ 6 1, 70 | seasons, and days, and ~years," that is, in order to distinguish 7 1, 70 | seasons, and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the 8 1, 70 | of days and seasons and years, according as ~one day is 9 1, 39 | absent by reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as the ~nature 10 1, 62 | Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand years of our ~time have not yet 11 1, 68 | succession of days, ~months, and years. Thus it is, that in the 12 1, 68 | successive days, seasons, and years recorded as begun on ~the 13 1, 68 | seasons, and for days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~ 14 1, 71 | seasons, and days, and ~years," that is, in order to distinguish 15 1, 71 | seasons, and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the 16 1, 71 | of days and seasons and years, according as ~one day is 17 2, 89 | discretion, the lack of years ~hinders the use of reason 18 2, 98 | in the desert for forty years, O house of Israel? But ~ 19 2, 102 | fruits of the first three years as unclean: for in that 20 2, 102 | trees bear fruit in three years' time; those trees, to wit, 21 2, 105 | after the lapse of seven ~years. For it was probable that 22 2, 61 | counted by the number of ~years; but the understanding of 23 2, 86 | who have not reached the ~years of puberty and have not 24 2, 86 | reason, before reaching the years of puberty, they can for 25 2, 86 | capable of guile before the years of ~puberty, they cannot 26 2, 86 | of cases. But after the years of ~puberty have been reached, 27 2, 93 | liable to a ~penance of five years' duration, according to 28 2, 109 | on Is. 16:14, "In three years," etc., says: "Of ~the two 29 2, 145 | the third period of seven ~years, they are not bound to keep 30 2, 162 | parents lived ~thereafter many years, they began to die on the 31 2, 169 | live," and ~yet fifteen years were added to his life ( 32 2, 172 | of corn" signified "seven years of plenty" (Gn. 41:22,26). 33 2, 173 | that he was rapt ~"fourteen years ago," and that at the present 34 2, 173 | his rapture, but fourteen years afterwards: for he ~says " 35 2, 185 | parents dwelt for three years in a cave, and while ~there 36 2, 187 | if a maid under twelve years of age shall take the sacred 37 3, 1 | 2): "In the midst of the years ~Thou shalt make it known." 38 3, 31 | Vulg.: 'Me'] a cow of three years old," etc. He ~was also 39 3, 33 | 2:20): "Six-and-forty ~years was this Temple in building"; 40 3, 33 | to ~have been forty-six years in building: so that as 41 3, 33 | building: so that as many years as it took ~to build the 42 3, 36 | Bethlehem . . . from two ~years old and under." Therefore 43 3, 36 | borders thereof, from two ~years old and under, according 44 3, 36 | that the Magi were two ~years in coming to Christ after 45 3, 36 | after a year, or even two years, they ~would not have found 46 3, 36 | the Magi ~during the two years that preceded the birth 47 3, 36 | children to be killed "from two years old and under," being doubtful 48 3, 36 | Magi ~departed, but two years after: and that either because 49 3, 36 | only those who were two years old, but also the younger ~ 50 3, 39 | about the age ~of thirty years."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 51 3, 39 | that "Joseph was thirty" years old when he undertook the 52 3, 39 | that "David was thirty years ~old when he began to reign." 53 3, 39 | when He was already thirty years ~old: for when He came to 54 3, 42 | understood of those ~elders whose years are reckoned not only in 55 3, 42 | turn the authority of their years ~into an instrument of wickedness, 56 3, 43 | wonders from His early ~years: for men would have deemed 57 3, 43 | miracles from His early ~years, John would by no means 58 3, 44 | seasons, and ~for days and years." Consequently if the movement 59 3, 58 | in that country for three years': ~Believe, then, that Christ 60 3, 70 | desert, during the forty years . . . were uncircumcised." 61 3, 72 | counted by the number of years." And hence it ~is that 62 3, 84 | do ~penance for so many years. Therefore it seems that 63 3, 89 | 29): "Behold, for so many years do I serve thee, and I have 64 3, 89 | will restore to you the years, which ~the locust . . . 65 3, Note| commentary was written in the years 1235-1253, while St. Thomas 66 3, Note| Thomas was under ~thirty years of age. Everywhere it reveals 67 3, Note| circulation for some twenty years or more, but it is probable 68 Suppl, 8 | Testament, a punishment of seven years is imposed for one mortal 69 Suppl, 8 | Now a punishment of seven years' duration is ~appointed 70 Suppl, 8 | priest ~is punished for ten years, according to Can. Presbyter, 71 Suppl, 8 | while a punishment of seven years is prescribed for fornication, ~ 72 Suppl, 8 | universally true that a seven years' penance is exacted ~for 73 Suppl, 25| church a man obtains a seven years' remission. If, then, an 74 Suppl, 25| an indulgence of seven years, which ~indulgence was granted 75 Suppl, 25| grants an indulgence of five years ~to those who come from 76 Suppl, 25| the seas, and one of three years to those ~who come from 77 Suppl, 39| minor orders before the years of discretion, if there 78 Suppl, 39| can be ordained before the years ~of discretion. Therefore 79 Suppl, 43| Para. 1/1~Whether seven years is fittingly assigned as 80 Suppl, 43| It would seem that seven years is not fittingly assigned 81 Suppl, 43| before the age of seven ~years as well as after.~Aquin.: 82 Suppl, 43| Dial. iv), a boy of five years of age was carried off by 83 Suppl, 43| before the age of seven years.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 84 Suppl, 43| betrothed before they are seven years ~old, and subsequently after 85 Suppl, 43| a girl who is not seven years old, since the lack of age 86 Suppl, 43| answer that, The age of seven years is fixed reasonably enough 87 Suppl, 43| the end of his first seven years, wherefore ~children at 88 Suppl, 43| end of his second seven years, as regards things ~concerning 89 Suppl, 43| the end of his third seven years. Hence ~before his first 90 Suppl, 43| before his first seven years a man is not fit to make 91 Suppl, 43| end of the second seven years he ~can already bind himself 92 Suppl, 43| And after the third seven years he can bind ~himself in 93 Suppl, 43| end of his second seven years, as the ~Philosopher says ( 94 Suppl, 51| in this error for many ~years and to beget between them 95 Suppl, 55| before the age of seven ~years; or if a man having a perpetual 96 Suppl, 55| and after the age of seven years, ~with a woman who is of 97 Suppl, 55| faculties, ~or was of so tender years as to be too young to understand 98 Suppl, 57| one who is not twenty-five years of age, nor a woman can 99 Suppl, 57| is less than twenty-five years of age, or a woman, ~cannot 100 Suppl, 58| fixed time, ~namely three years, for putting the matter 101 Suppl, 58| proof: and if ~after three years, during which both parties 102 Suppl, 58| mistaken in this, because three years are sometimes ~insufficient 103 Suppl, 58| marital intercourse for ~three years it would be adjudged to 104 Suppl, 58| fixed the space of three years ~in the same way as we have 105 Suppl, 74| will be no numbering of years after the end of the ~world. 106 Suppl, 74| resurrection of the dead, the years are still ~reckoned until 107 Suppl, 74| reigned with Christ a thousand years." ~And "the rest of the 108 Suppl, 74| lived not till the thousand years were ~finished." Therefore 109 Suppl, 74| on earth for a ~thousand years; whence they were called " 110 Suppl, 74| The number of a thousand years ~denotes not a fixed number, 111 Suppl, 74| which apparently ~signify years, according to Ezech. 4:6: " 112 Suppl, 74| Ascension to His last coming 400 years would ~elapse, others 500, 113 Suppl, 74| not any definite number of years. The reason whereof is because 114 Suppl, 74| Church is built lasted three years and a ~half, which time 115 Suppl, 74| not refer to a ~number of years to elapse before the end 116 Suppl, 78| about the age of ~thirty years, as Augustine says (De Civ. 117 Suppl, 78| of its being advanced in years. Wherefore in ~the elect 118 Suppl, 78| as regards the number of years, but as ~regards the state 119 Suppl, 78| human body acquires from years. Hence Adam is ~said to 120 Suppl, 85| year, century, or thousand years as ~Augustine says in the 121 Suppl, 88| seasons, and for days and for years" (Gn. 1:14). But they cannot ~ 122 Suppl, 88| takes no less than 36,000 years to complete, it would follow ~ 123 Suppl, 88| consideration the number of years that have elapsed since 124 Suppl, 88| know ~the exact number of years it would take them to return


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