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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strange

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1 1, 49 | whence also arose other ~strange notions of the ancients; 2 1, 50 | whence also arose other ~strange notions of the ancients; 3 1, 83 | And therefore it is not strange that intellectual knowledge ~ 4 2, 53 | his intellectual habits, strange fancies, sometimes in ~opposition 5 2, 100 | decalogue, "Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," belongs 6 2, 100 | follows, "Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me," is ~negative. 7 2, 100 | second, "Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me," ~(thus 8 2, 100 | and, "Thou shalt not have strange gods before ~Me" seem to 9 2, 100 | two, "Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," and, " 10 2, 100 | and about not believing in strange gods. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 11 2, 100 | words "Thou shalt not have strange gods." ~Reverence to his 12 2, 100 | forbids the ~worship of strange gods: and to this are added 13 2, 102 | of the prohibition to sow strange doctrine in the ~Church, 14 2, 105 | Lord, saying: Go, serve ~strange gods." There was, however, 15 2, 105 | to make marriages ~with strange nations; and commanded the 16 2, 105 | marry captive women from strange nations (Dt. 21:10, seqq.).~ 17 2, 105 | women; to wit, women of strange ~nations, through fear of 18 2, 105 | Lord forbade them to marry strange women on account of ~the 19 2, 5 | Osee 3:1, "They look to strange gods, and ~love the husks 20 2, 15 | 3): "Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me," and (Dt. 21 2, 65 | persuade a man to serve strange gods: "Neither let thy eye 22 2, 81 | when ~you pray, do nothing strange to draw men's attention, 23 2, 87 | 23:13): "By the name of ~strange gods you shall not swear." 24 2, 94 | shapes, and muttering certain strange words, and so forth. ~Wherefore 25 2, 94 | beware lest it contain strange words, for fear that they 26 2, 120 | first: "Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me"; secondly, " 27 2, 120 | OBJ 2: People worshiped strange gods in two ways. For some 28 2, 120 | words, "Thou shalt not ~have strange gods." Among others the 29 2, 120 | words, "Thou shalt not have strange gods."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 30 2, 174 | over his own than over a strange language. For the ~Apostle 31 2, 178 | in my inmost soul, to a ~strange sweetness . . . yet through 32 2, 185 | when one ~does something strange. Hence Chrysostom [*Hom. 33 2, 185 | a man should do nothing strange, so as to draw the gaze 34 2, 185 | blame does not attach to all strange behavior that draws people' 35 3, 25 | premised: "Thou shalt not have strange gods ~before Me." But no 36 3, 28 | 23: "He who sanctified a strange womb, for the ~birth of 37 3, 31 | a ~certain defection to strange nations during the Babylonian 38 3, 36 | made its appearance at the strange sight of a virgin in ~childbirth."~ 39 3, 36 | kingdom that was entirely strange to them, had no idea of 40 3, 40 | It was a ~marvelous and strange thing to behold such austerity 41 3, 41 | high ~mountain." Nor is it strange, as Gregory observes, "that 42 3, 55 | back from the sight of a strange shape to that of Christ' 43 3, 57 | to heaven, as ~to a place strange to human nature. captives 44 3, 76 | its own ~semblance or in strange guise, as will be said later ( 45 3, 79 | receive ~Christ under a strange species, which happens in 46 Suppl, 8 | conferred ~not only by a strange priest, but also by one 47 Suppl, 59| married the daughter of a strange ~god." But such had not 48 Suppl, 94| its own sphere, and in a strange matter, whether of earth, ~ 49 Suppl, 94| or if it ~subsists in a strange matter, what that matter 50 Appen1, 1| members, wherefore it is not strange that he should grieve at


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