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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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serpent

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | i in Ezech.) that "the serpent of old ~did not from the 2 1, 63 | OBJ 2: Origen says, "The serpent of old did not from the 3 1, 64 | i in Ezech.) that "the serpent of old ~did not from the 4 1, 64 | OBJ 2: Origen says, "The serpent of old did not from the 5 1, 78 | it is signified by the serpent, as is clear from Augustine ( 6 1, 80 | stands in the place of ~the "serpent." But in the temptation 7 1, 80 | of our first parents, the serpent ~presented himself as one 8 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The serpent not only showed and proposed 9 1, 80 | sensuality is signified by ~the serpent.~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 10 1, 80 | it is ~signified by the serpent, as Augustine says (De Trin. 11 1, 80 | Sensuality is signified by the serpent, in what is proper ~to it 12 1, 93 | was ~not frightened at the serpent speaking, because she thought 13 1, 93 | believed the words of the serpent, had she not already acquiesced 14 1, 93 | The woman thought that the serpent had received this ~faculty, 15 1, 101 | by God to Adam; ~and the serpent was able to trespass therein 16 2, 74 | it is ~signified by the serpent," as Augustine declares ( 17 2, 89 | merely through hearing the serpent mention the precept, ~as 18 2, 33 | sins as from the face of a serpent." Now Cassian says (De ~ 19 2, 34 | yet in this wickedness the serpent stirs his whole ~bowels 20 2, 60 | sin as from the ~face of a serpent." Consequently one is bound 21 2, 71 | written (Eccles. 10:11): "If a serpent bite in ~silence, he is 22 2, 94 | according to the likeness of a serpent, like the deaf asp that 23 2, 94 | of serpents, because the serpent was the ~first instrument 24 2, 161 | up with pride obeyed the ~serpent's prompting, and scorned 25 2, 161 | persuasive words of ~the serpent, who said (Gn. 3:5): "Your 26 2, 161 | for excellence. Hence the serpent began by ~saying: "You shall 27 2, 161 | woman ~had not believed the serpent's statement that they were 28 2, 161 | preceded the promptings of the serpent, but that as ~soon as the 29 2, 161 | but that as ~soon as the serpent had spoken his words of 30 2, 161 | evil: for this was the ~serpent's suggestion: "You shall 31 2, 161 | evil," according to the ~serpent's instigation, namely that 32 2, 161 | the woman believed in the serpent's persuasive words, namely 33 2, 163 | appearance of good ~than the serpent has. Therefore man was unfittingly 34 2, 163 | by the devil ~through a serpent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 35 2, 163 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the serpent is an irrational animal. 36 2, 163 | irrational animal. Therefore the ~serpent is unfittingly described ( 37 2, 163 | sensuality, signified by the serpent; extends to the lower reason, 38 2, 163 | tempting the woman through the serpent, who was akin ~to them in 39 2, 163 | that the devil chose the serpent as his means of temptation; 40 2, 163 | Gen. ad lit. xi, 29), "the serpent ~is described as most prudent 41 2, 163 | ad lit. ~xi, 28) did the serpent understand the sounds which 42 2, 163 | Gen. ad lit. ~xi, 29) the serpent spoke to man, even as the 43 2, 163 | Gen. ad lit. xi, 36) the serpent ~was not asked why it had 44 2, 163 | the words addressed to the serpent were ~directed to him who 45 2, 163 | who wrought through the serpent."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] 46 2, 163 | resisted. Wherefore the serpent lies in wait for the woman' 47 3, 3 | plain from the words of the ~serpent, promising to man the knowledge 48 3, 18 | sensuality is signified by the serpent. But there was nothing ~ 49 3, 18 | sensuality is signified by the serpent - not as regards ~the nature 50 3, 30 | man's ruin was through the serpent being sent by ~the devil 51 3, 46 | As Moses lifted up the ~serpent in the desert, so must the 52 Suppl, 58| tempted the woman through a serpent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 53 Suppl, 95| inflicted a punishment ~on the serpent, who induced man to sin (


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