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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 89 | neither Scripture nor reason forbid, that man was made on ~the 2 2, 90 | the law to command and to forbid. But it ~belongs to reason 3 2, 90 | to law to command and to forbid. But ~commands are directed 4 2, 91 | human law ~cannot punish or forbid all evil deeds: since while 5 2, 92 | of law are to command, to forbid, to permit, and ~to punish, 6 2, 96 | Wherefore human laws do not forbid all ~vices, from which the 7 2, 96 | OBJ 1: Human law does not forbid all vicious acts, by the ~ 8 2, 100 | part. But some precepts forbid inordinate concupiscence, 9 2, 100 | therefore the precepts that forbid ~the doing of harm are binding 10 2, 102 | it was ~unreasonable to forbid the offering of an imperfect 11 2, 107 | matter, Our Lord did not forbid this to be observed: but ~ 12 2, 108 | ought to prescribe or to forbid any outward ~works?~(2) 13 2, 108 | should not prescribe or forbid any external acts.~Aquin.: 14 2, 108 | Law does not prescribe or forbid any external ~acts.~Aquin.: 15 2, 108 | Therefore the New Law had to forbid ~certain external acts and 16 2, 108 | OBJ 6: Our Lord did not forbid the judgment of justice, 17 2, 10 | Apostle does not entirely forbid disputations, but such ~ 18 2, 10 | Lord says this ~so as to forbid the slaying of men. For 19 2, 10 | the authority quoted to forbid, not ~the excommunication 20 2, 10 | way the Church does not forbid the faithful to ~communicate 21 2, 12 | persons: and we ~absolutely forbid them to continue their allegiance 22 2, 15 | comes to the same as to ~forbid the opposite vices. Now 23 2, 29 | Lord did not absolutely forbid us to invite our friends ~ 24 2, 31 | negative precepts of the Law forbid ~sinful acts, the positive 25 2, 37 | Excommunication does not forbid the intercourse whereby 26 2, 38 | with their pay, he did not forbid soldiering."~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 51 | OBJ 1: Our Lord did not forbid us to take thought, when 28 2, 53 | etc. . . . He intended ~to forbid them either to make such 29 2, 58 | commandment our Lord ~does not forbid Christians to reprove others 30 2, 75 | human law was unable to forbid all that is ~contrary to 31 2, 86 | faith with God (which God forbid) thou art the more ~unhappy, 32 2, 86 | sin, so neither can he forbid what is in itself pleasing 33 2, 87 | that the ~Saviour does not forbid swearing by God, but by 34 2, 93 | among ~Christians, and we forbid the practice thereof under 35 2, 116 | evil." Now the law seems to forbid especially the concupiscence 36 2, 120 | it was insufficient to forbid idolatry alone.~Aquin.: 37 2, 120 | this precept would seem to forbid useless swearing, that ~ 38 2, 120 | 2: This precept does not forbid all taking of the name of 39 2, 120 | last six precepts merely forbid one to injure one's neighbor. ~ 40 2, 120 | Further, these precepts forbid murder, adultery, stealing 41 2, 120 | decalogue to include some that forbid concupiscence.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 120 | negative precepts, which forbid the doing of ~those injuries 43 2, 142 | ii, 6, "a man ~does not forbid his neighbor what he does 44 2, 145 | as the Church intended to forbid in instituting the fast. 45 2, 162 | Therefore it was useless to forbid him to ~eat of the tree 46 2, 167 | same sense; yet he does not forbid married women to adorn ~ 47 2, 185 | saintly teacher of monks forbid this in any way," ~nor is 48 2, 185 | monks, but it does not forbid those acts being delegated 49 2, 185 | the divine law does not forbid anyone to ~beg, but it forbids 50 2, 186 | life. For our Lord did not forbid all care, but only such 51 2, 186 | saying ~this He does not forbid them to procure these things 52 2, 186 | on ~the way, He did not forbid them to be possessed in 53 2, 187 | the little children, ~and forbid them not to come to Me." 54 2, 187 | though we were great, and forbid the children to come to 55 2, 187 | and without any exception forbid any ~professed canon regular 56 2, 187 | monk, unless (which God forbid) he ~have fallen into public 57 3, 25 | This commandment does not forbid the making of any graven ~ 58 3, 31 | death, as the law did not forbid his widow to ~remarry, Melchi, 59 3, 40 | that this precept does not ~forbid works which are needful 60 3, 40 | because this precept does not forbid works pertaining to the ~ 61 3, 44 | For He ~instructs us to forbid them that would praise us 62 3, 44 | to God, then we must not forbid, but command, ~that it be 63 3, 79 | But venial sins ~do not forbid the receiving of this sacrament: 64 3, 89 | statutes, which seem to ~forbid this, Augustine replies 65 Suppl, 41| words the Apostle did not forbid the marriage act, ~as neither 66 Suppl, 41| act, ~as neither did he forbid the possession of things 67 Suppl, 43| James does not intend to forbid altogether the making of ~ 68 Suppl, 45| Further, the Church does not forbid baptism to be given secretly, ~ 69 Suppl, 45| publicly. But the Church does ~forbid the celebration of clandestine 70 Suppl, 50| the Church and holy tide~Forbid the knot, but loose it not 71 Suppl, 50| affinity, impotence,~All these forbid marriage, and annul it though~ 72 Suppl, 50| Reply OBJ 5: The law may forbid a thing either altogether, 73 Suppl, 53| matrimony but it does not forbid the use of marriage ~already 74 Suppl, 54| ordinance of the Church forbid ~marriage between those 75 Suppl, 54| its ~ordinance permit or forbid certain people to marry, 76 Suppl, 54| which the Old Law did not ~forbid. Therefore those degrees 77 Suppl, 54| natural that consanguinity forbid carnal intercourse, except 78 Suppl, 54| time, it was beneficial to forbid at another.~Aquin.: SMT 79 Suppl, 55| of bygone times did not forbid the same man to marry successively ~ 80 Suppl, 55| Consanguinity and affinity forbid the contracting of a ~marriage 81 Suppl, 57| begotten naturally human laws forbid ~the contracting of marriage 82 Suppl, 59| any law among unbelievers forbid the contracting ~of marriage 83 Suppl, 60| adultery in certain cases forbid the ~contracting of marriage 84 Suppl, 65| the natural law does not forbid that which is given ~simply, 85 Suppl, 65| but one ~wife, so does it forbid him to have a concubine. 86 Suppl, 67| then the Mosaic law did not forbid the putting away of a ~wife 87 Suppl, 67| Reply OBJ 1: He who can forbid, sins not by omitting to 88 Suppl, 67| sins not by omitting to forbid if he has ~no hope of correcting, 89 Suppl, 67| Divine ~authority he did not forbid the bill of divorce.~Aquin.: 90 Suppl, 69| the day of judgment, and ~forbid them to be with their lord,


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