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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 56 | powers." Although even ~the letter of the old translation might 2 1, 57 | powers." Although even ~the letter of the old translation might 3 1, 83 | as Augustine says in his ~letter to Dioscorus (cxviii, 4). 4 2, 65 | Moreover, Augustine says in a letter (Epis. ~clxvii) [*Cf. Serm. 5 2, 81 | According to Augustine in his letter to Avitus [*Ep. ad ~Auxilium 6 2, 81 | mentions among others in a letter to ~Minerius, on the Resurrection 7 2, 94 | He wished the law of the letter to be written, in order 8 2, 96 | the law may act beside the letter of the ~law?~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 96 | a law may act beside the letter of the law?~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 96 | may not act beside the ~letter of the law. For Augustine 11 2, 96 | if ~anyone disregard the letter of the law, saying that 12 2, 96 | the law to disregard the ~letter of the law, in order to 13 2, 96 | always act according to the letter of the law.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 96 | opened, contrary to ~the letter of the law, in order to 15 2, 96 | the law ~according to the letter does not involve any sudden 16 2, 96 | necessity acts beside the letter of the law, does not judge 17 2, 96 | which he sees ~that the letter of the law is not to be 18 2, 96 | either act according to the letter of the law, ~or consult 19 2, 99 | Old Law is said to be "the letter that killeth" (2 ~Cor. 3: 20 2, 99 | et Litera xiv), even the ~letter of the law is said to be 21 2, 100 | its ~observance, in the letter, is not binding for all 22 2, 100 | particular case in which, if ~the letter of the law be observed, 23 2, 100 | says (2 Cor. 3:6): "The letter killeth": ~which, according 24 2, 102 | aside the observance of the letter, i.e. the mother, for ~instance, 25 2, 106 | says (2 Cor. 3:6) ~"The letter killeth, but the spirit 26 2, 106 | xvii) by saying that the letter denotes any ~writing external 27 2, 106 | the Gospel. Wherefore the letter, even of the Gospel would ~ 28 2, 106 | the Apostle calls this letter which is written ~outside 29 2, 106 | whereas he calls the other letter, i.e. the Law of the New 30 2, 10 | Augustine says in the same letter, "none of us wishes ~any 31 2, 11 | that Pope Leo says in a letter ~to Proterius, Bishop of 32 2, 22 | for Jerome says in his letter to Paulinus which is ~to 33 2, 23 | Now, as he says again in a letter to ~Count Julian, "charity 34 2, 37 | contrary, Cyprian says in a letter (Ep. lii, quoted vii, qu. 35 2, 44 | says (Etym. x, under the letter S) that "a fool ~is one 36 2, 44 | says (Etym. x, under the letter of S): "A fool is one ~who 37 2, 58 | delivered, not according to the letter of the law, but ~according 38 2, 58 | interprets, in a way, the letter of the law, by applying 39 2, 91 | August. ~Ep. lxxxii] in a letter to Jerome (and the words 40 2, 111 | Further, Gregory says in a letter to Augustine, bishop of 41 2, 118 | is good to set ~aside the letter of the law and to follow 42 2, 118 | severity, which follows the letter of the law when it ought 43 2, 118 | followed. To follow the letter of the law when it ought 44 2, 118 | who by ~adhering to the letter of the law strives to defeat 45 2, 118 | made; but to say that the letter of the law is not to be ~ 46 2, 118 | allowed to set aside the letter of the law without the interpretation ~ 47 2, 118 | whether as regards the ~letter of the law, or as regards 48 2, 118 | law with regard to the letter, then "epikeia" is a part 49 2, 118 | justice," which observes the ~letter of the law: yet since it 50 2, 118 | the ~observance of the letter of the law. But modesty, 51 2, 134 | and ~Augustine says in a letter to Marcellinus (Ep. cxxxviii) 52 2, 148 | where ~Gratian refers to a letter of St. Gregory to St. Augustine 53 2, 148 | Hence Augustine says in a letter (Ad Aurel. ~Episc. Ep. xxii), " 54 2, 155 | although not according to the letter of the ~law; and in this 55 2, 156 | wherefore ~Jerome says in a letter [*Ep. xii ad Anton. Monach.] 56 2, 159 | which Augustine says in a letter ~(Ep. cxlix) that it is " 57 2, 181 | efficium,' by the change of one letter for the sake of the sound." 58 2, 183 | therefrom. Yet ~Jerome says in a letter to Pope Damasus [*Cf. Can. 59 2, 185 | wealth." And Jerome says in a letter ~[*Reference unknown]: " 60 2, 186 | says (2 Cor. 3:6): "The letter killeth." Hence ~not to 61 2, 186 | the circumcision of the "letter" ~and other carnal observances.~ 62 2, 187 | Now, as ~Gregory says in a letter to Boniface [*Innoc. I, 63 3, 2 | And Pope Leo says in his letter to Flavian ~(Ep. xxviii): " 64 3, 2 | Gregory Nazianzen says in a ~letter to Chelidonius (Ep. ci): " 65 3, 13 | human will. Hence in the ~letter of Pope Agatho, which was 66 3, 18 | plain from the synodical letter of ~Pope Agatho [*Third 67 3, 20 | Cyril ~says in a synodal letter which the Council of Ephesus ( 68 3, 35 | Nestorius. But Cyril, in a letter ~against Nestorius [*Cf. 69 3, 40 | faith, which the Law, in the letter, was unable to do."~Aquin.: 70 3, 44 | as he says in the ~same letter. And in this he points out 71 3, 46 | Hence Dionysius says in a ~letter to John the Evangelist that " 72 3, 68 | in the spirit, not in the letter; ~whose praise is not of 73 3, 69 | Hence Augustine says in his letter to ~Boniface (Ep. xcviii): " 74 3, 72 | made by art; thus ~also the letter which is written by the 75 3, 72 | written like a spiritual letter; whereas by ~the sacrament 76 3, 72 | the Holy Ghost, and as a letter already ~written, is signed 77 3, 80 | Further, Gregory says in a Letter to Augustine, Bishop of 78 3, 80 | As Gregory says in his Letter quoted above to Augustine, ~ 79 3, 89 | Augustine replies in his letter to Boniface (Ep. clxxxv): ~" 80 Suppl, 11| superior may refer him by ~letter to an inferior priest. Therefore 81 Suppl, 72| as Jerome asserts in his letter against him. ~Therefore 82 Suppl, 77| say ~with Augustine in his letter to Consentius (Ep. cxlvi) 83 Suppl, 85| As Augustine says, in his letter to Hesychius concerning ~


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