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idolatrous 13
idolatry 161
idololatria 1
idols 72
idumeans 2
idylls 1
if 7918
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72 denied
72 exceed
72 foreknowledge
72 idols
72 incontinence
72 instinct
72 instrumental
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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idols

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | contrary to the true. So idols are called lies, opposed ~ 2 1, 67 | withdraw from the service of ~idols. It would have been to them 3 1, 68 | withdraw from the service of ~idols. It would have been to them 4 2, 98 | Moloch, and the image of your idols, ~the star of your god, 5 2, 100 | things relating to worship of idols: thus it is written (Dt. 6 2, 101 | precepts from the worship of idols to the ~worship of God. 7 2, 101 | God. And since men served idols in many ways, it was necessary ~ 8 2, 101 | time for the service of idols. As to those who were inclined 9 2, 101 | away into the worship of idols.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 10 2, 102 | offering sacrifices to idols. Hence too it is that the 11 2, 102 | sacrifices to God rather than to idols. ~Thus it is written (Jer. 12 2, 102 | idolaters ~sacrificed animals to idols. Or again, as Rabbi Moses 13 2, 102 | offered in the sacrifices to idols; and in ~order to denote 14 2, 102 | offered in ~the sacrifices to idols.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 15 2, 102 | up sacrifices thereon to idols.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 16 2, 102 | abhorreth." Now worshippers of idols used to ~knive themselves 17 2, 102 | of oneself in honor ~of idols: and such was not the circumcision 18 2, 102 | used to sacrifice to the idols, fell into the ~vessels 19 2, 102 | to eat in honor of the ~idols. Likewise it was burnt by 20 2, 102 | silver and gold of which idols were made, or anything they ~ 21 2, 102 | found in the houses of idols, as expressed in the commandment 22 2, 102 | forbidden animals to their idols, or ~employed them for the 23 2, 102 | banquet in honor of the idols, to whom they held ~the 24 2, 102 | animals were offered to idols, while the ~products of 25 2, 102 | celebrating the feasts of their idols prepared the ~flesh of kids 26 2, 102 | but because, ~like the idols themselves, all materials 27 2, 102 | all materials out of which idols were made, ~were anathematized 28 2, 102 | Moreover, in worshipping their idols "they cut ~themselves with 29 2, 103 | from things ~sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from 30 2, 103 | prohibition of things offered ~to idols, that of idolatry; while 31 2, 103 | partaken of things offered to idols. Hence these things were 32 2, 10 | first caused the temples of idols to be closed, ~and afterwards, 33 2, 79 | with those who offered to idols those things that are wont ~ 34 2, 79 | ridiculed for offering to idols things ~pertaining to men, 35 2, 79 | themselves acceptable to the idols; ~and still more because 36 2, 80 | was one who vowed ~to his idols to suffer death for the 37 2, 84 | dogs in sacrifices to their idols, and because ~they signify 38 2, 90 | for making and worshipping idols is ~superstitious," and 39 2, 92 | offered in sacrifice to ~idols is anything? Or that the 40 2, 92 | Now offering things to idols belongs properly to idolatry. ~ 41 2, 92 | divine honor is undue to idols, just as it is ~undue to 42 2, 92 | divine worship was given to idols in various ways. ~For some, 43 2, 92 | for making and worshipping idols, or for giving Divine worship 44 2, 92 | images which were called idols, were not ~animated, or 45 2, 92 | offered in sacrifice to idols is not ~anything," because 46 2, 92 | Therefore idolatry, whereby ~idols are worshipped, is not a 47 2, 92 | man may happen to worship ~idols outwardly, and yet not wander 48 2, 92 | seems that we may worship idols outwardly without prejudice ~ 49 2, 92 | it is a sin ~to worship idols whether outwardly or inwardly.~ 50 2, 92 | latria should be given to idols, ~not as though it were 51 2, 92 | of persecution to worship idols outwardly so long as he 52 2, 92 | in that "his ~worship of idols was so much the more infamous 53 2, 92 | equal to the worship of idols, ~to which they had been 54 2, 92 | the worship of abominable idols is the cause and the beginning 55 2, 92 | Ismael was the first to ~make idols of clay. Moreover, idolatry 56 2, 92 | vanity of men ~they," i.e. idols, "came into the world."~ 57 2, 92 | by giving ~answers in the idols, and doing things which 58 2, 92 | employed in the worship of idols; such as ~homicides, mutilations, 59 2, 93 | arrows; he inquired of the idols, and consulted ~entrails": 60 2, 109 | that he desired to worship idols, should teach us that ~dissimulation 61 2, 116 | covetousness is "a ~serving of idols." Now idolatry is reckoned 62 2, 152 | from ~things sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from 63 2, 152 | which is the serving of ~idols), hath inheritance in the 64 2, 167 | instance, if a man were to make idols or anything pertaining to ~ 65 2, 170 | prophets," or "prophets of idols." Hence Augustine says ( 66 3, 15 | turned to the ~worship of idols. Hence these were the first 67 3, 22 | which they sacrificed to the idols of Chanaan." Therefore in ~ 68 3, 22 | they offered ~up men to idols. Secondly, the slaying of 69 3, 48 | which they sacrificed to the idols of ~Chanaan." It seems therefore 70 Suppl, 71| of the donaries of the idols . . . which the law forbiddeth 71 Suppl, 71| OBJ 1: The donaries to the idols were not found on those 72 Suppl, 71| off in ~reverence to the idols: but they took them as conquerors


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