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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sword

   Part, Question
1 2, 73 | slain Thy prophets with the ~sword." Moreover much blame is 2 2, 99 | provoke Me to wrath: the sword shall devour you."~Aquin.: 3 2, 2 | strike another with his sword, and so forth, is ~reduced 4 2, 10 | about the man who "sees the sword coming and sounds ~not the 5 2, 23 | with the other holding the sword as ~related in 2 Esdr 4: 6 2, 35 | to ~send peace, but the sword."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 7 2, 38 | 52: "All that ~take the sword shall perish with the sword." 8 2, 38 | sword shall perish with the sword." Therefore all wars are ~ 9 2, 38 | to have recourse to the sword in defending that common 10 2, 38 | 4): "He beareth not the sword in vain: for ~he is God' 11 2, 38 | to have recourse to the sword of war ~in defending the 12 2, 38 | xxii, 70): "To take the ~sword is to arm oneself in order 13 2, 38 | to have recourse to the sword (as a private person) by 14 2, 38 | God, is not to "take ~the sword," but to use it as commissioned 15 2, 38 | make sinful use of the ~sword are not always slain with 16 2, 38 | not always slain with the sword, yet they always perish 17 2, 38 | always perish with ~their own sword, because, unless they repent, 18 2, 38 | their sinful use of the sword.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 19 2, 38 | 16:52): "Put up again thy sword into the scabbard [Vulg.: ~' 20 2, 60 | were to return a madman his sword. Therefore restitution ~ 21 2, 62 | commands him, even as a sword is merely the instrument 22 2, 76 | unlawful to deposit one's sword with a madman, a maiden 23 2, 113 | flatterer harms ~more than the sword of the persecutor." Therefore 24 2, 113 | Ps. 36:15): "Let their sword enter into ~their own hearts." 25 2, 113 | said to harm more than the sword ~of the persecutor, since 26 2, 113 | efficaciously, since the sword of the persecutor slays 27 2, 115 | fortitude not only to wield his sword ~against the foe, but also 28 2, 115 | but also to sharpen his sword and keep it in its sheath. ~ 29 2, 118 | a madman were to put his sword in deposit, ~and demand 30 2, 121 | through fear of the impending sword, or any other ~danger though 31 2, 122 | life of the body to the sword, yet do we slay fleshly ~ 32 2, 122 | desires in the soul with the sword of the spirit." Therefore 33 2, 127 | to try the matter by the sword." Now, only deeds of virtue 34 2, 150 | and others fight with the sword: yet all these things ~are 35 2, 162 | cherubim, and the ~"flaming sword turning every way."~Aquin.: 36 2, 162 | Cherubim, and a flaming sword." Secondly, they were punished 37 2, 162 | denoted by the "flaming sword," which is described as " 38 2, 162 | fitting that, besides the sword turning every way, there ~ 39 2, 180 | fellow-creatures are killed by the sword of ~their inaction."~Aquin.: 40 3, 2 | the case of a saw ~or a sword; yet nothing prevents what 41 3, 27 | 2:35: ~"Thy own soul a sword shall pierce") says that 42 3, 27 | Luc. 2:35) says ~that the sword signifies "Mary's prudence 43 3, 27 | piercing ~than any two-edged sword" (Heb. 4:12).~Aquin.: SMT 44 3, 27 | 2~Others again take the sword to signify doubt. But this 45 3, 35 | Nation ~shall not lift up sword against nation."~Aquin.: 46 3, 46 | beasts were ~slain with a sword and afterwards consumed 47 3, 46 | cross, but rather by the ~sword or by fire.~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 46 | like those slain by the sword. ~The cause of the interior 49 3, 49 | cherubim and a flaming sword, turning every way, to keep 50 3, 67 | falling house, or by the sword or something of the kind, ~ 51 Suppl, 60| has none ~but a spiritual sword." Therefore it would seem 52 Suppl, 60| does not wield a material sword. Secondly, a husband can 53 Suppl, 64| must not be given back his sword lest he kill ~himself or 54 Suppl, 64| should be given back his sword if a greater danger ~were 55 Suppl, 72| hand, and gave to Judas a ~sword of gold, saying: Take this 56 Suppl, 72| saying: Take this holy sword, a gift from God," etc.~ 57 Suppl, 77| art of ~warfare employs a sword for fighting, and a sheath 58 Suppl, 77| the safe-keeping ~of the sword. And so among the parts 59 Suppl, 79| by fire, nor pierced ~by sword, although he had the sense 60 Suppl, 93| wherefore: Thine own soul a sword hath pierced - namely for 61 Suppl, 93| life of the body to the sword, yet do we ~slay fleshly 62 Suppl, 93| desires in the soul with the sword of the spirit." But no ~


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