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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 116 | soul of a child that he had slain, and that through this soul 2 1, 116 | child whom the magician had slain.~ 3 2, 73 | destroyed Thy altars, they have slain Thy prophets with the ~sword." 4 2, 100 | or enemies are lawfully slain. Therefore the precepts 5 2, 100 | lawful for a man to be slain unduly. But it is not undue 6 2, 100 | of the common weal to be slain: hence this is not contrary 7 2, 100 | because his son was due to be slain by the ~command of God, 8 2, 102 | living animals rather than slain animals ~should be offered 9 2, 102 | 6: Further, if none but slain animals were offered in 10 2, 102 | mattered not how they were slain. Therefore it was ~unfitting 11 2, 102 | and death. If therefore slain animals were offered to 12 2, 102 | offered up in one way, viz. slain. Therefore it does not seem 13 2, 102 | offered in sacrifice were slain, ~because it is by being 14 2, 102 | though those animals were slain in man's stead, in order 15 2, 102 | was least ~painful to the slain animal." This excluded cruelty 16 2, 102 | mangling of the animals slain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 17 2, 102 | with the crowd might be slain by the Egyptians. ~Their 18 2, 102 | hands of ~the priests to be slain. It was immolated "without 19 2, 102 | feed on the carcases of the slain, signifies those who like ~ 20 2, 102 | Although the kid that is slain has no perception of the ~ 21 2, 102 | not to be seethed, i.e. slain, by the Jews, "in the milk 22 2, 105 | the corpse of a man slain, and it is not known who 23 2, 105 | left of the animal thus ~slain): whereas in the other cases 24 2, 105 | wool." The ~unruly son was slain, not because he ate and 25 2, 105 | A[5]): wherefore he was slain as an unbeliever.~Aquin.: 26 2, 105 | that the next of kin of the slain were ~not so eager to kill 27 2, 105 | animals were ordered to be slain, not on account of ~any 28 2, 105 | Or again, the animal was slain in detestation of the sin; 29 2, 105 | discovered, the beast was not slain. Thirdly, the place, where ~ 30 2, 105 | place, where ~the heifer was slain, remained uncultivated. 31 2, 105 | the ~heifer after being slain was left to rot in a rough 32 2, 105 | hostile ~city were to be slain, but that the fruit-trees 33 2, 105 | all were ordered to be slain, on account of their ~former 34 2, 13 | them, since "there were slain on that day about ~three 35 2, 30 | hast not fed him, thou hast slain ~him" [*Cf. Canon Pasce, 36 2, 30 | hast not fed him, thou hast slain him". ~Therefore, in certain 37 2, 37 | 32:28) that some ~were slain by the swords of their fellow 38 2, 38 | Church, since those who are slain in ~these trials are deprived 39 2, 38 | the ~sword are not always slain with the sword, yet they 40 2, 38 | many are saved from ~being slain, and innumerable evils both 41 2, 58 | OBJ 2: Moses seems to have slain the Egyptian by authority ~ 42 2, 59 | if he is ~treacherously slain, struck or poisoned, and 43 2, 59 | openly, if he is publicly ~slain, imprisoned, struck or maimed. 44 2, 62 | when the ~wicked cannot be slain without the good being killed 45 2, 62 | represented the Passion of Christ slain "Who, when He was struck 46 2, 62 | does not shrink from ~being slain by another, for the sake 47 2, 68 | shall he die that is to be slain," and further on (Dt. 19: 48 2, 83 | for instance animals were ~slain and burnt, the bread is 49 2, 95 | men of their number were ~slain, as related in Ex. 32:28 [* 50 2, 102 | sacrifices another's body is slain whereas by ~obedience we 51 2, 106 | reason, were commanded to be slain on account of the ~sin of 52 2, 108 | someone slaying or being slain. Therefore a man may ~lawfully 53 2, 122 | of the Innocents who were slain for Christ's sake, and of 54 2, 122 | that these babes in being slain obtained by ~God's grace 55 2, 122 | grace, so in those who were slain for Christ's sake the merit 56 2, 145 | call October, Godolias was slain, and the remnants of the 57 2, 166 | hast not fed him, thou hast slain him."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 58 3, 10 | 5:12, "The Lamb that was slain is worthy to ~receive . . . 59 3, 36 | And that the children were slain by Herod was not harmful 60 3, 36 | rewarded those who were slain for Him; since, while hanging 61 3, 39 | manner in which ~John saw the slain Lamb in the Apocalypse ( 62 3, 41 | tempted, who ~came also to be slain; in order that by His temptations 63 3, 46 | Christ the beasts were ~slain with a sword and afterwards 64 3, 46 | not die at once like those slain by the sword. ~The cause 65 3, 46 | But the paschal lamb was slain "on the fourteenth day at 66 3, 46 | Azymes, when the lamb was slain, and when it was full moon," 67 3, 46 | Christ who is our Pasch ~was slain on the following day - that 68 3, 47 | 1) Whether Christ was slain by others, or by Himself?~( 69 3, 47 | 1/1~Whether Christ was slain by another or by Himself?~ 70 3, 47 | seem that Christ was not slain by another, but by ~Himself. 71 3, 47 | Consequently, Christ was not slain by others, but by ~Himself.~ 72 3, 47 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, those slain by others sink gradually 73 3, 47 | Therefore Christ was not slain by others, but by Himself.~ 74 3, 47 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, those slain by others suffer a violent 75 3, 47 | Consequently Christ was not slain by others, but by Himself.~ 76 3, 47 | because ~they wanted Him to be slain, not as a transgressor of 77 3, 47 | does a wrong to the one slain, but likewise ~to God and 78 3, 49 | so also was the Christ slain. ~Now the charity of the 79 3, 49 | i.e. the man who has ~slain 'without hatred and enmity'.]~ 80 3, 83 | Life of the Lamb, which was slain from the ~beginning of the 81 3, 83 | Ps. 21): "Is not Christ slain as often as the Pasch is ~ 82 Suppl, 39| slayers rather than to ~Christ slain, to whom all the ministers 83 Suppl, 59| had commanded them to be slain on account of their obstinacy, ~ 84 Suppl, 71| found under the coats of the slain some ~of the donaries of 85 Suppl, 90| souls ~of them that were slain," says: "At present the 86 Suppl, 93| Hence some virgins were slain for virginity which they ~ 87 Suppl, 93| person were willing to be slain for Christ's sake ~rather 88 Suppl, 93| accelerated in the Innocents slain for Christ's sake, even 89 Suppl, 93| rejoice in having. been slain in Christ's service; thus


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