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periods 8
peripatetic 3
peripatetics 12
perish 51
perishable 7
perished 14
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51 loveth
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51 parties
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51 political
51 receptive
51 refuse
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perish

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | reprobates anyone, that one must perish. For it is said ~(Eccles. 2 1, 23 | to any man, were he ~to perish. But this is false. Therefore 3 1, 112 | 3 Kgs. 20:39). Now many perish daily through falling into 4 1, 112 | is right. Hence that men perish is not to be imputed to 5 1, 115 | born into the world and ~perish are renewed in a uniform 6 1, 117 | non-subsistent and consequently to perish with the body. It is therefore ~ 7 2, 102 | believeth in Him, may not perish, but may have life ~everlasting." 8 2, 10 | us wishes ~any heretic to perish. But the house of David 9 2, 11 | the whole flock, burn, perish, rot, die. ~Arius was but 10 2, 31 | solicitous ~for those who perish, so that their reproof may 11 2, 38 | that ~take the sword shall perish with the sword." Therefore 12 2, 38 | the sword, yet they always perish with ~their own sword, because, 13 2, 71 | of backbiters, lest they perish, so ought we to ~suffer 14 2, 81 | multitude of them should ~perish." But God has fixed for 15 2, 89 | thee lest thou shouldst ~perish." The praise of the lips 16 2, 98 | thy money to thyself to perish ~with thee, because thou 17 2, 102 | souls of those ~who obey perish utterly from starvation, 18 2, 108 | limb, lest the whole body ~perish. Yet less harm is done by 19 2, 152 | punished, but he will not perish." Therefore simple fornication 20 2, 187 | marry, the human race will perish. Virtue is rare, and is 21 3, 1 | believeth in Him may not perish, but ~may have life everlasting." 22 3, 8 | Let ~the memory of him perish from the earth," says: " 23 3, 25 | cross to them indeed that perish is foolishness; but to them 24 3, 40 | about and seek those who perish, ~like the shepherd in his 25 3, 46 | believeth in Him may not perish, but may have life everlasting."~ 26 3, 46 | believeth in Him may ~not perish, but may have life everlasting." 27 3, 46 | cannot be that a prophet ~perish out of Jerusalem." Therefore 28 3, 50 | that the whole nation perish not": ~which words were 29 3, 54 | of your head shall not perish."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 30 3, 84 | you shall all likewise perish."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 31 3, 84 | anger, and we shall not perish?" But just as other ~matters 32 3, 84 | what He created ~should perish, and what He loved be lost," 33 3, 89 | says: "I will not suffer to perish ~the fruit which you lost 34 Suppl, 25| authority of Holy Writ would perish." In like manner, ~if any 35 Suppl, 72| beauty of this world ~will perish in the burning of worldly 36 Suppl, 72| fashion of this world will ~perish in the burning of worldly 37 Suppl, 72| fashion of this world will ~perish by a burning of worldly 38 Suppl, 72| of ~Thy hands: they shall perish but Thou remainest." Now 39 Suppl, 72| Therefore they also shall perish in the ~final burning of 40 Suppl, 72| heavens, these are said to perish as regards their movement ~ 41 Suppl, 72| corruptible ~bodies will entirely perish by fire: and the substance 42 Suppl, 72| figure of this ~world will perish in the furnace of worldly 43 Suppl, 75| so will the bodies of all perish that they may be able to 44 Suppl, 77| of your head shall ~not perish."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 45 Suppl, 77| hair of their ~head should perish. Therefore whatever belonged 46 Suppl, 79| of your head shall not ~perish."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] A[ 47 Suppl, 96| for it to be allowed to perish altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 48 Suppl, 96| men or some ~angels should perish for ever, because the intention 49 Suppl, 96| scourged, but he will not perish: whereas he who can boast 50 Suppl, 96| Wherefore such a ~one will not perish, that is to say, he will 51 Suppl, 96| disposed by those works ~not to perish, through grace bestowed


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