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97 accounted
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wives

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | allowed the putting away of wives - namely, on account of 2 2, 28 | jealous of [zelare] their wives, ~because they will not 3 2, 28 | said to be jealous of their wives, lest association with others 4 2, 104 | instance, about servants, wives and ~children: this is the 5 2, 105 | chariots and horses, nor wives, nor immense wealth: because ~ 6 2, 105 | Para. 2/3~With regard to wives the Law made certain prescriptions 7 2, 105 | it prescribed in what way wives were to be treated after 8 2, 105 | 9 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 9: Wives break their conjugal faith 9 2, 25 | men ought to love their wives ~as their own bodies." Now 10 2, 98 | no ~crime to have several wives, so long as it was the custom." 11 2, 151 | of old and their several wives. Therefore not every venereal ~ 12 2, 152 | Zelpha the handmaids of ~his wives; and again (Gn. 38:18) that 13 2, 167 | virgins and widows, but also wives and all women without exception, ~ 14 2, 167 | how they may please their wives, ~or wives how they may 15 2, 167 | please their wives, ~or wives how they may please their 16 2, 167 | says on this passage, "The wives of those who ~were in distress 17 2, 177 | are signified by the two wives of ~Jacob; the active by 18 2, 184 | injustice forsake their wives, whereas men could ~without 19 3, 80 | them who had known their wives carnally, how much less 20 Suppl, 41| That they . . . who have wives, be as if they had ~none." 21 Suppl, 41| commanded not to go near their wives (Ex. ~19:20); and Jerome 22 Suppl, 41| to have to do with their wives for ~that particular time; 23 Suppl, 55| Porro duorum) that "the wives of two cousins are forbidden 24 Suppl, 55| public honesty forbids the wives of two ~cousins to be married 25 Suppl, 59| an unbeliever has several wives recognized by ~his law. 26 Suppl, 59| conversion he can retain ~several wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 27 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 4: To have several wives is contrary to the natural 28 Suppl, 59| converted with all his wives, he may remain with the 29 Suppl, 59| of a man who had ~several wives, because if he wish to be 30 Suppl, 60| law commanded ~adulterous wives to be stoned. Now it is 31 Suppl, 60| The slayers of their own wives must be brought back to 32 Suppl, 62| that a husband have several wives: wherefore the ~latter has 33 Suppl, 64| marriage debt; (2) plurality of wives; ~(3) bigamy; (4) the bill 34 Suppl, 64| to keep away ~from their wives because thus is a deformed 35 Suppl, 64| 15): "Come not near your wives," when ~namely they were 36 Suppl, 64| have intercourse with their wives at a time ~when they should 37 Suppl, 65| Para. 1/1 - OF PLURALITY OF WIVES (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 38 Suppl, 65| consider the plurality of wives. Under this head there are ~ 39 Suppl, 65| natural law to have several wives?~(2) Whether this was ever 40 Suppl, 65| natural law to have several wives?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 41 Suppl, 65| natural law to have ~several wives. For custom does not prejudice 42 Suppl, 65| not a sin" to have several wives "when this was the custom," ~ 43 Suppl, 65| natural law to have ~several wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 44 Suppl, 65| commandment" to have several wives, ~"because by no law was 45 Suppl, 65| natural law to have several wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 46 Suppl, 65| natural law to have ~several wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 47 Suppl, 65| natural law to have ~several wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 48 Suppl, 65| one husband to have many wives.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 49 Suppl, 65| natural law that several wives should ~share one husband.~ 50 Suppl, 65| Accordingly plurality ~of wives neither wholly destroys 51 Suppl, 65| get children of several wives, ~and to rear the children 52 Suppl, 65| in a family where several wives are joined to one ~husband, 53 Suppl, 65| requisitions of ~several wives, and again because the sharing 54 Suppl, 65| like manner the several wives of one ~husband. The third 55 Suppl, 65| said that plurality of wives is in a way against the 56 Suppl, 65| Accordingly plurality of wives, though not contrary to 57 Suppl, 65| to show that plurality of wives is against the first principles 58 Suppl, 65| that by ~taking several wives a man does not bind himself 59 Suppl, 65| therefore plurality of ~wives is not against the first 60 Suppl, 65| one man to have several wives is not ~contrary to the 61 Suppl, 65| for a man to have several wives as for a ~wife to have several 62 Suppl, 65| ever lawful to have several wives?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 63 Suppl, 65| lawful to have several ~wives. For, according to the Philosopher ( 64 Suppl, 65| places." Now plurality of wives is ~forbidden by the natural 65 Suppl, 65| took to ~themselves several wives, nor were reproached on 66 Suppl, 65| man is joined to several wives, are greater goods than 67 Suppl, 65| Law mentions plurality of wives without any prohibition ~ 68 Suppl, 65| 21:15, "If a man have two wives," etc. ~Therefore they were 69 Suppl, 65| transgressors through having two wives; and so it ~was lawful.~ 70 Suppl, 65| stated to have had several wives, and yet were most pleasing 71 Suppl, 65| ad 7,8), plurality of wives is ~said to be against the 72 Suppl, 65| forbidding a plurality of ~wives was framed, as stated above ( 73 Suppl, 65| never lawful to have several wives without having a ~dispensation 74 Suppl, 65| remains faith towards several wives; and the ~sacrament remains 75 Suppl, 65| nevertheless the plurality of ~wives signified the distinction 76 Suppl, 65| lawful to have several wives. Therefore it has also been 77 Suppl, 65| Therefore these were not wives, ~and consequently it was 78 Suppl, 65| ad 7,8) to have several wives is not ~against the first 79 Suppl, 65| which ~allowed them several wives, approached their bondswomen 80 Suppl, 65| wife. For these women were wives as ~to the principal and 81 Suppl, 66| in having ~two successive wives?~(2) Whether irregularity 82 Suppl, 66| contracted by one who has two wives at once?~(3) Whether irregularity 83 Suppl, 66| that consists in having two wives successively. For multitude 84 Suppl, 66| plurality, ~a man who has two wives successively, the one in 85 Suppl, 66| than one who has several wives ~successively. Yet in the 86 Suppl, 66| a man has several lawful wives successively; ~the second 87 Suppl, 66| is when a man has several wives at once, one in law, the 88 Suppl, 66| The multitude of several wives at the same time is a ~multitude 89 Suppl, 66| multitude of several ~successive wives is a multitude relatively, 90 Suppl, 66| when one husband has two wives, ~one in law, the other 91 Suppl, 66| when ~one husband has two wives at the same time, one in 92 Suppl, 66| 25): "Husbands, love your wives, as Christ also loved the 93 Suppl, 66| if a man has had several wives before receiving Baptism, 94 Suppl, 66| who have married several wives ~in fact, as if they had 95 Suppl, 67| reference to the plurality of wives and so forth. But sometimes ~ 96 Suppl, 67| those who put away their wives, after giving them a bill 97 Suppl, 67| dispensation to have several wives, but for the ~sake of preventing 98 Suppl, 67| husband to have several wives at one ~time by virtue of


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