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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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entered

   Part, Question
1 1, 74 | writers, that the world entered on the seventh day upon 2 1, 73 | writers, that the world entered on the seventh day upon 3 2, 5 | ear heard, neither hath it entered into the ~heart of man, 4 2, 62 | heard, neither ~hath it entered into the heart of man, what 5 2, 81 | 5:12): "By one man sin entered ~into this world, and by 6 2, 81 | origin from the first man sin entered into the world.~Aquin.: 7 2, 81 | 5:12): "By one man sin entered ~into this world." Now if 8 2, 81 | should have said that it entered by two, since both of ~them 9 2, 81 | sinned, or rather that it entered by a woman, since she sinned ~ 10 2, 85 | 5:12), "By one man sin entered ~into this world, and by 11 2, 98 | he ~says (Rm. 5:20): "Law entered in that sin might abound." 12 2, 98 | it is said that "the law entered in that sin might ~abound," 13 2, 102 | and that once a ~year, entered into the inner tabernacle, 14 2, 102 | Holy ~Place, the priests entered every day: whereas the people 15 2, 102 | tabernacle "the priests always ~entered accomplishing the offices 16 2, 102 | more explicit. Hence they entered into the ~outer tabernacle. 17 2, 103 | being purified with them, entered into the temple, giving ~ 18 2, 105 | that when once they had entered on ~a war they should undauntedly 19 2, 105 | of these men who had not entered into ~the possession of 20 2, 106 | Apostle (Rm. 5:20): "The Law entered in, that sin might ~abound: 21 2, 114 | ear heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of man." 22 2, 16 | 2:9) that it hath not "entered into the heart of man." ~ 23 2, 27 | desiring: for "neither hath it entered into the ~heart of man, 24 2, 93 | You have said: We have entered into a league with ~death, 25 2, 93 | things to ~those who have entered into an unlawful compact 26 2, 94 | account of ~the fellowship entered into with them, which also 27 2, 94 | head of "compact by ~tokens entered into with the demons" [* 28 2, 94 | under the head of compacts ~entered into with the demons: for 29 2, 95 | perished in the desert, and entered not into the land ~of promise, 30 2, 129 | pomp ~[ambitione]. . . had entered into the hall of audience" [*' 31 2, 140 | neither ~flesh nor wine entered my mouth, neither was I 32 2, 142 | temperance, not as though it ~entered into its essence, but as 33 2, 161 | Rm. 5:12, "By one man sin entered into this world." Therefore 34 2, 161 | punished, since by it "death entered into ~this world," as the 35 2, 162 | 5:12): "By one man sin entered ~into this world, and by 36 2, 169 | to say: "And the Spirit ~entered into me . . . and He set 37 2, 183 | resigning his ~episcopate entered the religious life, he can 38 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 2: A man who has entered religion gives neither scandal 39 3, 14 | 5:12: "By one man sin ~entered into this world, and by 40 3, 14 | Rm. 5:12: "By one man sin entered into this world and by sin, 41 3, 14 | sin, since "by sin death entered into this ~world," according 42 3, 22 | when "by His own blood He entered into the ~Holies" (Heb. 43 3, 22 | the ~Old Law, once a year, entered into the Holy of Holies 44 3, 22 | In like ~manner Christ entered into the Holy of Holies - 45 3, 22 | the high-priest of the Law entered into the Holies, ~with a 46 3, 27 | seems that she would have entered the gates of heaven. But 47 3, 28 | Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it." Expounding these 48 3, 31 | Further, by "one man sin entered into this world," i.e. by 49 3, 34 | 61): "As soon as the Word entered the womb, while ~retaining 50 3, 36 | another. For ~when they entered Jerusalem it hid itself: 51 3, 37 | that nothing hitherto had entered or gone forth therefrom. ~ 52 3, 39 | the children of ~Israel entered into the land of promise. 53 3, 43 | 6:56): 'Whithersoever He entered, into towns or into villages 54 3, 46 | part of the ~sixth had been entered upon until the sixth hour 55 3, 49 | by His own ~blood entered once into the Holies, having 56 3, 54 | the same place: since He entered among the ~disciples "the 57 3, 54 | condition, as some say, entered in among the disciples ~ 58 3, 54 | body, although a true one, entered in ~among the disciples 59 3, 55 | out of their sight," and entered in among them "when the 60 3, 55 | seen after the women had ~entered the tomb; and again, whereas 61 3, 55 | if we take them as having entered the sepulchre, that ~is, 62 3, 57 | His Resurrection Christ entered upon an immortal and ~incorruptible 63 3, 57 | sealed womb, also when He entered ~among the disciples through 64 3, 57 | under the Old Testament entered the ~holy place to stand 65 3, 57 | the people, so also Christ entered ~heaven "to make intercession 66 3, 69 | says (Rm. 5:12), "death entered into this world," and, ~ 67 3, 69 | opened to them, since none ~entered therein before Christ, according 68 3, 73 | expiation when the "high-priest ~entered once a year into the Holy 69 3, 78 | the regenerative ~power entered not only into the waters 70 3, 81 | after the morsel, Satan entered into him." And on this ~ 71 Suppl, 23| applies to them if they ~have entered his service before his excommunication, 72 Suppl, 59| though ~another should have entered into possession thereof. 73 Suppl, 61| her former husband has ~entered religion before the consummation 74 Suppl, 61| husband if her husband has entered ~religion before the consummation 75 Suppl, 61| husband, if her ~husband has entered religion before the consummation 76 Suppl, 80| because granted that it ~entered into the composition of


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