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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tongues

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1 1, 43 | under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office 2 1, 43 | began ~to speak with divers tongues" (Acts 2:4). The visible 3 1, 43 | under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office 4 1, 43 | began ~to speak with divers tongues" (Acts 2:4). The visible 5 1, 106 | If I speak with the ~tongues of men and of angels."~Aquin.: 6 1, 106 | 1), "If I speak with the tongues of ~men and of angels," 7 2, 51 | the Scriptures and of all tongues, ~which men can acquire 8 2, 109 | be ~anathematized by the tongues of all."~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 111 | healing, and speaking divers tongues ~are miracles. Again, the 10 2, 111 | of healing and kinds of tongues ~against the working of 11 2, 111 | another divers kinds of tongues; to another interpretation 12 2, 111 | thus there is "kinds of tongues"; or it can ~regard the 13 2, 111 | too, ~to speak with divers tongues and to interpret speeches 14 2, 53 | dealt deceitfully with their tongues." Now craftiness ~like prudence 15 2, 94 | they shall speak with new tongues, they shall ~take up serpents." 16 2, 174 | 176]-177)~OF THE GRACE OF TONGUES (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 17 2, 174 | speech, and ~(1) the grace of tongues; (2) the grace of the word 18 2, 174 | Whether by the grace of tongues a man acquires the knowledge 19 2, 174 | who received the gift of tongues spoke in every language?~ 20 2, 174 | who received the gift of tongues did not ~speak in every 21 2, 174 | those who had the gift of ~tongues spoke better in their own 22 2, 174 | began to speak with divers tongues, ~according as the Holy 23 2, 174 | under the form of fiery tongues, and gave them the knowledge 24 2, 174 | them the knowledge of ~all tongues."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] 25 2, 174 | provide them with the gift of tongues; in order that, as the ~ 26 2, 174 | that, as the ~diversity of tongues was brought upon the nations 27 2, 174 | applied by the ~gift of tongues.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 28 2, 174 | they should speak ~in all tongues, it was more fitting that 29 2, 174 | they should speak in all ~tongues, because this pertained 30 2, 174 | should speak all kinds of tongues"; and Paul ~says (1 Cor. 31 2, 174 | God I speak with all your tongues."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] 32 2, 174 | yet no one speaks in the tongues of all nations, because 33 2, 174 | 1/1~Whether the gift of tongues is more excellent than the 34 2, 174 | would seem that the gift of tongues is more excellent than the ~ 35 2, 174 | iii, 1). Now the gift of ~tongues is proper to the New Testament, 36 2, 174 | would seem that the gift of ~tongues is more excellent than the 37 2, 174 | men. Now, by the gift of ~tongues, man is directed to God, 38 2, 174 | would seem that the ~gift of tongues is more excellent than the 39 2, 174 | 3: Further, the gift of tongues abides like a habit in the 40 2, 174 | God I speak with all your tongues." But it is ~not so with 41 2, 174 | Therefore the gift of tongues would seem to be more excellent 42 2, 174 | placed after "divers kinds of tongues" (1 Cor. 12:10). Therefore 43 2, 174 | seems that the gift of tongues is more excellent than the 44 2, 174 | than he that speaketh with tongues." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] 45 2, 174 | prophecy surpasses the gift of tongues, in ~three ways. First, 46 2, 174 | First, because the gift of tongues regards the utterance of ~ 47 2, 174 | lit. xii, 8) the gift of tongues to an ~imaginary vision. 48 2, 174 | excellent than the ~gift of tongues considered in itself. Secondly, 49 2, 174 | words, to which the gift of tongues pertains.~Aquin.: SMT SS 50 2, 174 | purpose he that ~speaketh in tongues profiteth nothing, unless 51 2, 174 | enabled to speak in divers tongues without understanding them, 52 2, 174 | especial benefit the ~gift of tongues seems to have been given; 53 2, 174 | think those who speak in tongues to be mad (1 Cor. 14:23), 54 2, 174 | latter spoke in various ~tongues (Acts 2:13): whereas by 55 2, 174 | other hand, the gift of ~tongues is confined to a certain 56 2, 174 | excellent than the ~gift of tongues, as appears from the saying 57 2, 174 | than he that speaketh with tongues; ~unless perhaps he interpret." 58 2, 174 | placed after the gift of tongues, because the interpretation 59 2, 174 | interpretation of divers kinds of tongues.~ 60 2, 175 | pertains to the gift of tongues, but also ~speaks with effect, 61 2, 176 | others through the gift of tongues and the grace of the ~word, 62 2, 178 | shall be made void, ~or tongues shall cease, or knowledge 63 3, 7 | especially as regards the gift of tongues. Therefore not all the ~ 64 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: The gift of tongues was bestowed on the apostles, 65 3, 39 | disturb anyone that ~the tongues were cloven . . . in the 66 3, 59 | all ~peoples, tribes, and tongues shall serve Him."~Aquin.: 67 3, 66 | under the form of fiery ~tongues (Acts 2:3). Or we may understand 68 3, 72 | heard them speaking with tongues": and afterwards ~"he commanded 69 3, 83 | He was ~crucified by the tongues of the Jews (Mk. 15:25), 70 Suppl, 37| exorcist; "diverse kinds of tongues" to the psalmist; "prophecy" 71 Suppl, 79| mouth" that "hearts and tongues shall not cease to praise ~


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