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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stones

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | wood ~and make ready the stones: "As a wise architect, I 2 1, 3 | incommunicable name to stones and wood" (Wis. 14:21). 3 1, 13 | incommunicable name to ~wood and stones" (Wis. 14:21), in reference 4 1, 16 | since it would follow that stones ~hidden in the bosom of 5 1, 16 | earth would not be true stones, as they are ~not seen. 6 1, 23 | plan requires that some stones should be in this place, 7 1, 23 | select ~a definite number of stones, but accepts and uses just 8 1, 62 | the ~builder chisels the stones for building a house, from 9 1, 63 | walked in the midst of the stones of fire; ~thou wast perfect . . .'] 10 1, 65 | without injustice, places stones of the same kind in different ~ 11 1, 65 | antecedent difference in the ~stones, but with a view to securing 12 1, 65 | different positions ~of the stones; even so, God from the beginning, 13 1, 69 | fixed to the earth, so are stones and metals, which are, nevertheless, 14 1, 63 | the ~builder chisels the stones for building a house, from 15 1, 64 | walked in the midst of the stones of fire; ~thou wast perfect . . .'] 16 1, 66 | without injustice, places stones of the same kind in different ~ 17 1, 66 | antecedent difference in the ~stones, but with a view to securing 18 1, 66 | different positions ~of the stones; even so, God from the beginning, 19 1, 70 | fixed to the earth, so are stones and metals, which are, nevertheless, 20 1, 84 | known ~before the whole, as stones are known before a house 21 1, 103 | by making use of cement, stones, and wood ~which are able 22 1, 114 | bodies, namely, "herbs, ~stones, animals, and to certain 23 1, 114 | through various kinds of stones, herbs, trees, animals, 24 2, 17 | are one people, and many stones are one heap; ~which is 25 2, 85 | that the movements of ~the stones resting on them will be 26 2, 89 | gold, silver, precious stones," i.e. love of God and our 27 2, 89 | gold, silver, and precious ~stones, while others build mortal 28 2, 89 | silver," and ~"precious stones," and consequently not by " 29 2, 102 | or at least "not of hewn stones"; and again, not to make 30 2, 102 | kind of corruption in the stones with which a house is built, 31 2, 102 | shoulders he bore two ~onyx stones, on which were graven the 32 2, 102 | there were twelve precious stones set in four rows, on ~which 33 2, 102 | starry heaven; the two onyx ~stones denoted the two hemispheres, 34 2, 102 | moon. The twelve ~precious stones on the breast are the twelve 35 2, 25 | least by a natural love, as stones do, for instance, ~and other 36 2, 64 | for instance ~precious stones and jewels, found on the 37 2, 92 | i.e. of the ~Godhead, "to stones and wood." Secondly, because 38 2, 94 | means of various ~kinds of stones, herbs, trees, animals, 39 2, 94 | x, 11), that "by herbs, stones, ~animals, certain particular 40 2, 161 | God, command that these stones be made bread." Therefore 41 3, 2 | heap is made up of many stones ~brought together without 42 3, 2 | and a ~house is made of stones and beams arranged in order, 43 3, 16 | incommunicable, to wood and stones. ~Hence with equal reason 44 3, 16 | the name of the Deity to stones and ~wood, considered in 45 3, 29 | refer to the throwing ~of stones by ill-fame.~Aquin.: SMT 46 3, 41 | bodily hunger by changing the stones into bread, ~He would not 47 3, 51 | been constructed of many ~stones, they might say that He 48 3, 83 | altar was not made ~of hewn stones: for, it is written (Ex. 49 3, 83 | shalt not build it of hewn stones." Again, the altar is commanded 50 3, 83 | altar of earth, or of unhewn stones, this was given in order 51 Suppl, 72| on the "tenth" day all ~stones, little and great, will 52 Suppl, 86| gold, silver, ~and precious stones" (1 Cor. 3:12), by devoting


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