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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | not erred in any way ~in writing them. But other authors 2 1, 24 | book of life. For as the writing in a book is the sign of 3 1, 31 | that he has no companion in writing, ~though many others may 4 1, 64 | the demons: for Augustine writing against ~the Maniches (De 5 1, 65 | the demons: for Augustine writing against ~the Maniches (De 6 1, 107 | the placing of Dionysius. Writing however to ~the Colossians ( 7 2, 91 | made by word of mouth or in writing; and in both ways the eternal 8 2, 91 | the Divine Word ~and the writing of the Book of Life are 9 2, 105 | to put his wife away, by writing a bill ~of divorce; and 10 2, 106 | the Gospel is set forth in writing, ~according to Jn. 20:31: " 11 2, 106 | them, both by word ~and writing, both as to what they should 12 2, 106 | the letter denotes any ~writing external to man, even that 13 2, 106 | man either in words or in writing.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 14 2, 107 | being weakened during the writing of the ~bill. Hence Our 15 2, 31 | respectfully. Hence the ~Apostle in writing to the Colossians (4:17) 16 2, 55 | this rule be ~expressed in writing it is called a "law," which 17 2, 66 | accusation should be made in writing?~(3) How is an accusation 18 2, 66 | accusation to be made in writing?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 19 2, 66 | accusation to be made in ~writing. For writing was devised 20 2, 66 | be made in ~writing. For writing was devised as an aid to 21 2, 66 | needs not to be made in writing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 22 2, 66 | accused in his absence." Now writing seems ~to be useful in the 23 2, 66 | accusation need not be in writing: and all the more that the 24 2, 66 | declares that "no accusation in writing should be accepted."~Aquin.: 25 2, 66 | even as by ~accusation. Now writing is unnecessary in denunciation. 26 2, 66 | without ~the accusation be in writing."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 27 2, 66 | unless it were drawn up in writing. Hence it ~has with reason 28 2, 66 | procedure, should be put into writing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 29 2, 66 | accusation be drawn up in writing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 30 2, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Writing is needed not only on account 31 2, 66 | accusation be accepted in writing" ~it refers to the sending 32 2, 66 | exclude the necessity of writing when the accuser is present.~ 33 2, 66 | prove. For this reason ~writing is unnecessary in a denunciation: 34 2, 87 | that he swore only when writing, because thought ~brings 35 2, 93 | whether one ~detracts by word writing or gestures, it is the same 36 2, 93 | of paper, with or without writing upon them, a ~person may 37 2, 94 | their necks a passage in ~writing from the Gospel. Yet is 38 2, 94 | placed in the manner of writing or ~fastening, or in any 39 2, 108 | evangelists did not sin in the writing of the Gospel. Yet they 40 2, 120 | as teaching by word or ~writing. Wherefore a gloss on Num 41 2, 171 | senses - thus Daniel saw the writing ~on the wall (Dan. 5:25) - 42 2, 171 | Moses (Ex. 3:2), ~and the writing shown to Daniel (Dan. 5:) - 43 2, 172 | calls sacred writers, as ~writing by the inspiration of the 44 2, 172 | declared both in words and in writing the things ~revealed to 45 2, 172 | testifying in word and ~writing to that great event to come," 46 2, 173 | was seen the hand of one writing on the wall (Dan. 5:5); 47 2, 187 | he commit ~his promise to writing, but he renounced his benefice 48 3, 1 | gave the law to Moses in writing; and because the ~gentiles 49 3, 25 | which they did not put ~in writing, but which have been ordained, 50 3, 25 | that is by word put into writing. Among ~these traditions 51 3, 35 | the world; whence Paul, writing to the ~Romans (1:8) says: " 52 3, 42 | by word only, or also by writing?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] Out. 53 3, 42 | committed His doctrine to writing?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 54 3, 42 | committed His doctrine to ~writing. For the purpose of writing 55 3, 42 | writing. For the purpose of writing is to hand down doctrine 56 3, 42 | committed His doctrine to writing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 57 3, 42 | the Old Law was put into writing by God, according to Ex. ~ 58 3, 42 | have put His doctrine into writing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 59 3, 42 | putting His ~teaching into writing: for Augustine says (De 60 3, 42 | committed His doctrine to writing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 61 3, 42 | commit His ~doctrine to writing. First, on account of His 62 3, 42 | cannot be expressed in writing; according to Jn. 21:25: " 63 3, 42 | committed His doctrine to writing, men would have had ~no 64 3, 42 | appears on the surface ~of the writing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 65 3, 42 | others, by preaching and writing: whereas if He Himself had 66 3, 42 | Consequently, when they ~put into writing what He showed forth and 67 3, 46 | words ~are committed to writing on a parchment and sent 68 3, 66 | Trinity. Wherefore Gregory, writing to the Bishop ~Quiricus, 69 3, 68 | On the contrary, Gregory writing to the bishop Quiricus says: " 70 3, 68 | OBJ 2: As Augustine says, writing to Boniface (Cont. duas 71 3, 68 | because, as Augustine says, writing to the same Boniface ~(Ep. 72 3, 70 | contrary, Augustine says, writing to Valerius in answer to 73 3, 72 | not allowed to explain in writing the prayers which are used 74 3, 72 | For ~Gregory (Regist. iv), writing to Bishop Januarius, says: " 75 3, 75 | iv, D, 90). However, in writing the ~Articles he introduced 76 3, 80 | and drink. Hence Gregory, writing to Augustine, ~Bishop of 77 3, 82 | observed by St. Thomas in writing the Articles; but ~in writing 78 3, 82 | writing the Articles; but ~in writing this prologue, he placed 79 3, 89 | same Distinction, Gregory writing to ~Secundinus (Regist. 80 3, Note| 1/1~EDITOR'S NOTE:~After writing these few questions of the 81 3, Note| which he had merited by writing so well ~of his Divine Master. 82 3, Note| 1/1~EDITOR'S NOTE:~After writing these few questions of the 83 3, Note| which he had merited by writing so well ~of his Divine Master. 84 Suppl, 6 | which were not recorded in writing. ~Moreover Christ has the 85 Suppl, 9 | confess through another, or by writing?~(4) Whether the sixteen 86 Suppl, 9 | confess through another, or by writing?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[3] 87 Suppl, 9 | through another, or by ~writing. For confession is necessary 88 Suppl, 9 | priest, through another or by writing. Therefore ~it is enough 89 Suppl, 9 | confess through another or by writing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[3] 90 Suppl, 9 | conscience ~known to him by writing. Therefore it seems that 91 Suppl, 9 | his ~conscience to him by writing to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 92 Suppl, 9 | language, to ~confess by writing, or by signs, or by an interpreter, 93 Suppl, 9 | necessity to confess in writing, ~because the act of confession 94 Suppl, 55| made either in words or in writing, ~provided the person who 95 Suppl, 65| ever given by word or in ~writing, but was imprinted on the 96 Suppl, 67| the bill was ~put into writing in order to cause a delay, 97 Suppl, 69| On the contrary, Jerome writing against Vigilantius addresses 98 Suppl, 72| gospels, as Augustine says, writing to Hesychius ~about the 99 Suppl, 93| the sacred doctrine ~to writing: but it is not distinct 100 Suppl, 93| since the ~compiling of writing is a way of teaching.~Aquin.:


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