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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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permitted

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | known, endured [that is, permitted] with much patience vessels 2 1, 48 | would be ~taken away if God permitted no evil to exist; for fire 3 1, 49 | would be ~taken away if God permitted no evil to exist; for fire 4 1, 112 | save what is effected ~or permitted by Divine justice. Therefore 5 1, 113 | is not therefore ~to be permitted by God, the author of all 6 1, 113 | assail us, ~but are sometimes permitted to do so according to God' 7 2, 96 | since many things are permitted to children, which in an 8 2, 102 | of altars and temples is permitted in the ~New Law.~Aquin.: 9 2, 102 | quadrupeds those alone were permitted which have the hind-legs 10 2, 105 | Therefore the Law ~unsuitably permitted them (Dt. 23:19,20) to lend 11 2, 105 | And in this way the Law permitted that through stress of poverty 12 2, 105 | Accordingly it was not permitted to marry ~a captive woman 13 2, 105 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 8: The Law permitted a wife to be divorced, not 14 2, 108 | but permissions. For He permitted them to set forth to preach ~ 15 2, 76 | he is just.']." They were permitted, however, to ~take usury 16 2, 76 | Wherefore human law has permitted usury, not that it ~looks 17 2, 93 | the divine sentence, was permitted to appear to ~him, not by 18 2, 93 | deceive man for they ~are permitted to know certain things about 19 2, 120 | Sabbath: and certain works are permitted on the Lord's ~day which 20 2, 167 | husbands) "are they to be permitted, but not ordered, to adorn ~ 21 2, 175 | church, and this is not permitted to ~women. First and chiefly, 22 2, 183 | but in ~permission. For he permitted them to go preaching without 23 3, 46 | suffering Christ, ~because "He permitted each one of His powers to 24 3, 46 | iii): Christ's Godhead ~"permitted His flesh to do and to suffer 25 3, 49 | but because he ~was justly permitted to injure men whom by tempting 26 3, 55 | church; ~but she may be permitted to give familiar instruction 27 3, 55 | them whereby they were not permitted to recognize what ~they 28 3, 67 | woman in any circumstances permitted to baptize.~Aquin.: SMT 29 3, 67 | privately; so she is not permitted to ~baptize publicly and 30 3, 89 | order. But this is not permitted to a penitent after his 31 Suppl, 11| no man can be forced or ~permitted by another man to divulge 32 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person in matters not permitted by law?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 33 Suppl, 50| a remedy for which is ~permitted in matrimony (1 Cor. 7:6), 34 Suppl, 54| to ~lust. Yet the Old Law permitted other degrees of consanguinity, 35 Suppl, 58| is dissolved, he is not ~permitted to marry another woman. 36 Suppl, 58| dissolved, each ~party is permitted to seek another partner 37 Suppl, 59| dwelling among them. But it was permitted in regard to other unbelievers, ~ 38 Suppl, 59| other, but by parting is not permitted to marry again. But if the ~ 39 Suppl, 60| condemned to death: but ~it has permitted this by not punishing it. 40 Suppl, 62| I answer that, Our Lord permitted a man to put away his wife 41 Suppl, 62| wife" says that "Our Lord permitted a wife to be put away on ~ 42 Suppl, 62| only reason why divorce was permitted, was to avoid ~murder. And 43 Suppl, 67| that even as the apostles permitted ~second marriages, so Moses 44 Suppl, 67| Moses is stated to have permitted the bill of divorce. ~Accordingly 45 Suppl, 67| lesser good is ~said to be permitted: thus the Apostle by not 46 Suppl, 67| prescribing virginity, ~permitted marriage (1 Cor. 7). The 47 Suppl, 67| venial sins are said to be permitted because they are not forbidden. ~ 48 Suppl, 67| all sins are said to be ~permitted by God, in so far as He 49 Suppl, 67| the bill of ~divorce was permitted in the Law, not indeed for 50 Suppl, 67| Holy ~Ghost, but as being permitted lest greater evils should 51 Suppl, 67| Chrysostom] that "divorce was ~permitted, an evil indeed, yet lawful." 52 Suppl, 67| Now adultery was never ~permitted in the Old Law. Therefore 53 Suppl, 67| things which ~the Old Law permitted, but also as regards those 54 Suppl, 67| were thought by many to be permitted on ~account of the precepts 55 Suppl, 67| divorce two things were ~permitted, namely for the husband 56 Suppl, 69| and intimidation they be permitted ~to appear to the living; 57 Suppl, 69| unless they be ~sometimes permitted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 58 Suppl, 71| when he ~prayed they were permitted to see one another, and 59 Suppl, 71| general law from that which is permitted in ~particular cases and 60 Suppl, 86| to go out, since this was permitted to them ~only in so far 61 Suppl, 96| sin, that is to say, He permitted them to be concluded. Therefore ~


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