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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nation

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | I will speak ~against a nation and against a kingdom, to 2 1, 19 | destroy it; but if that nation shall repent of its evil, 3 1, 92 | interior word belonging to no nation's tongue), ~this image chiefly 4 1, 107 | thereof; "for the good of ~a nation is more divine than the 5 2, 97 | i, 2), "the good of the nation is more godlike than the 6 2, 98 | of ~persons: but in every nation, he that feareth Him, and 7 2, 98 | Ecclus. 17:14): ~"Over every nation He set a ruler." Also on 8 2, 98 | in like ~manner to every nation: and His judgments He hath 9 2, 98 | written (Dt. 4:8): "What other nation is there so renowned that 10 2, 104 | same. But if the state or nation pass to another form of 11 2, 105 | ordering of a state or of any nation is to be ruled by a ~king: 12 2, 105 | of rulers in a state or nation. One is that all should 13 2, 105 | not make a man of another ~nation king, because such kings 14 2, 105 | in like manner to every nation; and His judgments He ~hath 15 2, 105 | 21), quoting Tully, "a ~nation is a body of men united 16 2, 105 | it is of the essence of a nation that ~the mutual relations 17 2, 105 | preservation of a state or nation. ~Consequently, as he himself 18 2, 105 | of persons, but in every nation, he ~that feareth Him and 19 2, 105 | meddle with the affairs of a nation as soon as they settled 20 2, 105 | Law excluded the men of no nation from the worship of ~God 21 2, 105 | sinning; so too may one nation or city be punished for 22 2, 106 | would be founded in every nation. And in these sense, as 23 2, 38 | that avenges wrongs, when a nation or ~state has to be punished, 24 2, 50 | the righteousness of each nation is brought into the debate 25 2, 50 | Court, the guardian of that nation is said to have won in the ~ 26 2, 61 | not make a man of another ~nation king, who is not thy brother."~ 27 2, 97 | the common good ~of the nation is a divine thing, wherefore 28 2, 97 | kingly priesthood, a holy nation, a purchased people." ~Therefore 29 2, 122 | since the "good of the nation is better than ~the good 30 2, 122 | since "the good of the nation is ~better than the good 31 2, 167 | custom or law of ~any city or nation may not be violated at the 32 2, 169 | suddenly speak against a nation and against a ~kingdom, 33 2, 169 | and to destroy it. If that nation ~against which I have spoken 34 2, 171 | Jesus should die for the nation," etc. Now Caiphas knew ~ 35 2, 172 | suddenly speak ~against a nation and against a kingdom, to 36 2, 172 | and to destroy it. If that nation against which I have spoken 37 2, 172 | will suddenly speak of a ~nation and of a kingdom, to build 38 2, 172 | which he wrought on a whole nation of unbelievers. Wherefore 39 2, 172 | out the wickedness of the ~nation." Therefore other saints 40 2, 172 | reason why it behooved that nation to have a number of prophets ~ 41 2, 174 | being sent were of one ~nation, that of Judea, according 42 2, 174 | purposed preaching to only one ~nation, namely the Jews. Consequently, 43 3, 7 | personally only in the one nation of the Jews, as He Himself 44 3, 7 | to thee a prophet of thy nation and of thy brethren," and 45 3, 28 | same parents, of the same nation, of the same family, by 46 3, 35 | according to Is. 2:4: "Nation ~shall not lift up sword 47 3, 35 | not lift up sword against nation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 48 3, 40 | ancient tradition of their nation, out of ~their private means 49 3, 44 | God liveth, there is no nation or kingdom whither my ~lord 50 3, 47 | read in Jn. 18:35: "Thy own nation, ~and the chief priests 51 3, 47 | to Jn. 18:35: "Thy own ~nation and the chief priests have 52 3, 50 | people . . . that the whole nation perish not": ~which words 53 3, 51 | dead, the custom of each nation should be observed." Now ~ 54 3, 70 | to be born of the ~Jewish nation. For this reason circumcision 55 3, 70 | circumcision was given to that nation ~alone.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 56 3, 86 | said (Jer. 18:8): "If that nation . . . shall ~repent of their 57 Suppl, 40| but was confined to one nation; hence there was no need 58 Suppl, 41| true of some particular ~nation, provided we understand 59 Suppl, 41| proximate beginning ~of that nation when it became a nation 60 Suppl, 41| nation when it became a nation distinct from others; for 61 Suppl, 72| innocence of any particular nation is brought into the debate 62 Suppl, 72| the ruling spirit of that nation is said to have won or lost ~ 63 Suppl, 88| fail, so as not to be a nation before Me ~for ever." Now 64 Suppl, 88| fail, so as ~not to be a nation before Me for ever." For 65 Suppl, 96| suddenly speak against a nation and against a kingdom, to 66 Suppl, 96| and to destroy it. If that nation . . . shall repent of ~their


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