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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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destruction

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | Prov. 15:11), "Hell and destruction are ~before God [Vulg: ' 2 1, 23 | it is said (Osee 13:9): ~"Destruction is thy own, O Israel; Thy 3 1, 23 | prophet is true - namely, "Destruction is thy own, O Israel."~Aquin.: 4 1, 23 | vessels of wrath, ~fitted for destruction; that He might show the 5 1, 23 | the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are ~who 6 1, 63 | can increase without the ~destruction of the subject, he can also 7 1, 68 | waters, as the cause of their destruction, ~but only as the boundary 8 1, 77 | remain in the soul, after the destruction of the ~body. But other 9 1, 77 | cannot remain after ~the destruction of the subject. Wherefore, 10 1, 64 | can increase without the ~destruction of the subject, he can also 11 1, 69 | waters, as the cause of their destruction, ~but only as the boundary 12 1, 76 | remain in the soul, after the destruction of the ~body. But other 13 1, 76 | cannot remain after ~the destruction of the subject. Wherefore, 14 1, 117 | agent would act to its own destruction, ~which cannot be. Therefore 15 2, 4 | the composite after the destruction of ~the body: and this because 16 2, 53 | this ~latter way that the destruction or diminution of a habit 17 2, 71 | the ~way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who 18 2, 72 | which results from the destruction of the principle of life, 19 2, 73 | virtue is destroyed, the destruction of ~which entails the loss 20 2, 79 | hath no pleasure in ~the destruction of the ungodly [*Vulg.: ' 21 2, 79 | hath ~He pleasure in the destruction of the living.']." Now He 22 2, 79 | take pleasure in their destruction, if He did not turn their 23 2, 82 | disposition, arising from the destruction of the harmony which ~was 24 2, 82 | the body, by reason of the destruction of that ~equilibrium which 25 2, 82 | so far as it ~denotes the destruction of the equilibrium of health, 26 2, 87 | hath not pleasure in the destruction of men" ~[Vulg.: 'of the 27 2, 100 | man should work ~for the destruction of the commonwealth, or 28 2, 102 | the animals signified the ~destruction of sins: and also that man 29 2, 102 | be burnt, to denote the destruction of sins. They were ~not, 30 2, 105 | the Jewish ~people, whose destruction was brought about by the 31 2, 106 | consummation come," refer to ~the destruction of Jerusalem, of which He 32 2, 112 | according to Osee ~13:9: "Destruction is thy own, O Israel; thy 33 2, 1 | Scriptures to their own destruction, it was necessary as ~time 34 2, 18 | according to Osee 13:9: "Destruction is thy own, O ~Israel: thy 35 2, 24 | God "hath pleasure in the destruction of the wicked [Vulg.: 'living']" ~ 36 2, 32 | construction is ~last in destruction. Now that which, first and 37 2, 34 | charity being lost, both the destruction ~of an enemy rejoices us, 38 2, 86 | unto ~edification, not for destruction" (2 Cor. 10:8), and consequently, 39 2, 105 | is first ~in the order of destruction, it follows that the first 40 2, 108 | mortal sin alone causes ~destruction and death of the soul. Therefore 41 2, 145 | in captivity heard of the destruction of ~the temple (Ezech. 4).~ 42 2, 159 | the saying of Osee 13:9, "Destruction is thy own, O Israel; thy 43 2, 160 | no means content with the destruction of one virtue; it ~raises 44 2, 170 | they do ~not purpose the destruction of Christians." And since 45 3, 2 | Eutyches, ~professing the destruction of what came together" ( 46 3, 4 | does not here imply the destruction of anything ~pre-existing, 47 3, 49 | be dragged down into the destruction of ~everlasting death. And 48 3, 56 | are the cause both of the destruction of death and of the renewal 49 3, 56 | life - is the cause of the destruction of our death; ~while His 50 3, 66 | change of the water, without destruction of ~species: and this, both 51 3, 69 | man were ~delivered by the destruction of that concupiscence with 52 3, 74 | edification, and not for your destruction." But it would ~lead to 53 3, 84 | but for detestation, and ~destruction.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 54 3, 84 | co-operates with grace unto the destruction of his sin. For as Augustine ~ 55 3, 85 | because it aims at the ~destruction of past sin, considered 56 3, 85 | intention to aim at the destruction of past sin ~requires a 57 3, 85 | inasmuch as it works for the ~destruction of sins, according as they 58 Suppl, 7 | Penance is ordained for the destruction of sin. Now ~confession 59 Suppl, 25| was given them, ~not "unto destruction," but "unto edification" ( 60 Suppl, 25| it ~would be conducive to destruction, if satisfaction, which 61 Suppl, 72| security; then shall sudden destruction come upon ~them." Now there 62 Suppl, 77| purpose of resisting the ~destruction that might result from the 63 Suppl, 86| the first in the ~order of destruction: wherefore among the beatitudes 64 Suppl, 96| hath He pleasure in the destruction of ~the living," as may 65 Suppl, 96| from what was said of the destruction ~of Nineve (Jonas 3); and


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