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zachary 4
zambri 1
zara 3
zeal 58
zealot 1
zealous 13
zebedee 2
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58 variety
58 vessels
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57 124
57 132
57 admixture
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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zeal

   Part, Question
1 2, 28 | effect of love?~(4) Whether zeal is an effect of love?~(5) 2 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether zeal is an effect of love?~Aquin.: 3 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that zeal is not an effect of love. 4 2, 28 | not an effect of love. For zeal is a ~beginning of contention; 5 2, 28 | Whereas ~there is among you zeal [Douay: 'envying'] and contention," 6 2, 28 | incompatible with love. Therefore zeal is not an effect of ~love.~ 7 2, 28 | communicates ~itself to others. But zeal is opposed to communication; 8 2, 28 | since it seems an ~effect of zeal, that a man refuses to share 9 2, 28 | them with others. Therefore zeal is not an ~effect of love.~ 10 2, 28 | 3: Further, there is no zeal without hatred, as neither 11 2, 28 | written (Ps. 72:3): "I had a zeal on occasion of ~the wicked." 12 2, 28 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Zeal, whatever way we take it, 13 2, 28 | excelling. And this is the zeal of envy, of ~which it is 14 2, 28 | according to 3 Kgs. 19:14: "With zeal I have been zealous for 15 2, 28 | words of Jn. 2:17: "The zeal of Thy house ~hath eaten 16 2, 28 | is eaten up with a good zeal, ~who strives to remedy 17 2, 28 | speaking in this passage of the zeal of ~envy; which is indeed 18 2, 28 | communication, becomes hateful. Thus zeal arises from love of good. 19 2, 28 | of such things arises the zeal of envy. But it does not 20 2, 28 | the effect of love. Hence zeal is set down as an ~effect 21 2, 31 | reprove his brother out of zeal for justice." But ~justice 22 2, 32 | through ~ignorance or out of zeal for justice: and if there 23 2, 34 | envy denotes a kind of zeal. But there is a good zeal, ~ 24 2, 34 | zeal. But there is a good zeal, ~according to Ps. 68:10: " 25 2, 34 | according to Ps. 68:10: "The zeal of Thy house hath eaten 26 2, 34 | properly speaking, ~is zeal, as the Philosopher says ( 27 2, 34 | Rhet. ii, 9). And if this zeal be about ~virtuous goods, 28 2, 34 | Douay: 'because I had a zeal on occasion of the wicked, 29 2, 34 | Envy there denotes the zeal with which we ought to strive ~ 30 2, 34 | OBJ 3: Envy differs from zeal, as stated above. Hence 31 2, 34 | above. Hence a certain ~zeal may be good, whereas envy 32 2, 34 | Douay: ~'because I had a zeal on occasion of the wicked, 33 2, 36 | For ~contention is akin to zeal, wherefore it is written ( 34 2, 36 | Whereas there is among you zeal [Douay: 'envying'] and contention, 35 2, 36 | walk according to men?" Now zeal pertains to envy. ~Therefore 36 2, 38 | a public person) through zeal ~for justice, and by the 37 2, 58 | that he did this out of zeal for God ~by Divine inspiration; 38 2, 106 | virtues of fortitude or zeal to avenge evil. ~Therefore 39 2, 106 | fear of an imminent danger. Zeal, as denoting the fervor ~ 40 2, 109 | dissimulation, but for his zeal in destroying the worship 41 2, 122 | holy martyrs who through zeal ~for the faith or brotherly 42 2, 157 | without fury, let there be zeal without ~unseemly savagery, 43 2, 180 | more acceptable to God than zeal for souls." Now by the zeal 44 2, 180 | zeal for souls." Now by the zeal for souls a ~man turns to 45 2, 180 | more acceptable to God than zeal for souls," does not mean ~ 46 2, 183 | seeing that it is through the zeal of charity that one ~divinely 47 2, 185 | daring, inspired with a ~zeal rather of bitterness than 48 2, 186 | is more acceptable than zeal for souls, as Gregory says ( 49 2, 187 | hasten with the greatest zeal and care to ~reach the perfection 50 2, 187 | reasons. First, through zeal for a more perfect ~religious 51 3, 15 | but anger that comes of zeal disturbs ~it." Now the mind' 52 3, 15 | words of Ps. 58:10, ~"the zeal of Thy house hath eaten 53 3, 15 | that "he is eaten ~up by zeal for the house of God, who 54 3, 36 | also "in order that by the zeal of the Magi who came ~from 55 3, 45 | meekness of Moses and the zeal of Elias." Hilary adds a 56 3, 47 | are doing, as having the zeal of ~God, but not according 57 3, 59 | thing required is upright zeal, so as to pass ~judgment 58 Suppl, 60| that a husband, ~moved by zeal for justice and not by vindictive


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