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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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judgments

   Part, Question
1 1, 58 | the good angels form no judgments as to the ~nature of the 2 1, 59 | the good angels form no judgments as to the ~nature of the 3 1, 107 | them God accomplishes His judgments," since they are enlightened 4 1, 112 | the ordering of Divine ~judgments. In this sense Babylon and 5 1, 112 | must note ~that the Divine judgments in regard to various kingdoms 6 1, 113 | according to God's just judgments. ~But sometimes their assault 7 2, 37 | When Thou shalt do Thy judgments on ~the earth, the inhabitants 8 2, 37 | was with ~them." But the judgments of God and tribulation cause 9 2, 68 | for I am afraid of Thy judgments." Hence it is clear that ~ 10 2, 87 | both in Divine and in human judgments. In no judgment, however, 11 2, 91 | different people form ~different judgments on human acts; whence also 12 2, 98 | that were not good, and judgments ~in which they shall not 13 2, 98 | is said pointedly, "and judgments in which they shall ~not 14 2, 98 | to every nation: and His judgments He hath not made manifest 15 2, 98 | hath ~ceremonies and just judgments, and all the law?" In like 16 2, 99 | teach you the ceremonies and judgments which you shall do." But 17 2, 99 | have not declined from Thy ~judgments," says, i.e. "from the rule 18 2, 99 | precepts and ~ceremonies, and judgments": where "precepts" stands 19 2, 99 | explains why sometimes "judgments" comprise both judicial 20 2, 99 | Israel, the ceremonies and judgments"; ~and sometimes judicial 21 2, 99 | 18:4: "You ~shall do My judgments, and shall observe My precepts," 22 2, 99 | denotes moral precepts, while "judgments" refers to judicial and ~ 23 2, 99 | precepts and ceremonies, His judgments and commandments." Now ~ 24 2, 99 | precepts and ~ceremonies and judgments which the Lord your God 25 2, 100 | Keep My laws and My ~judgments, which if a man do, he shall 26 2, 101 | neglect His commandments and judgments ~and ceremonies." Therefore 27 2, 104 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Judgments emanate through the official 28 2, 104 | about buying and selling, judgments and penalties: this is ~ 29 2, 105 | to every nation; and His judgments He ~hath not made manifest 30 2, 105 | manner of pronouncing just judgments, according to Dt. ~1:16, 31 2, 105 | matters relating to the judgments of men: ~just as even now 32 2, 105 | written (Ps. 18:10): "The judgments of the Lord ~are true, justified 33 2, 2 | principles, by which all our judgments are ~guided. Therefore it 34 2, 9 | cause, and so the order of judgments should be according to the 35 2, 9 | as it is restricted to judgments formed through created things.~ 36 2, 68 | in human acts, on ~which judgments are passed and evidence 37 2, 106 | conformed to God's hidden judgments, whereby He punishes certain 38 2, 106 | grasp the reasons of these judgments so as to know what is expedient 39 2, 107 | rectitude ~of the law in those judgments which refer to another man: 40 2, 120 | hidden design of the Divine judgments, which regard ~chiefly the 41 2, 142 | of things, and in their judgments hold fast to ~the truth: 42 2, 151 | not . . . remember just judgments." In ~this respect there 43 2, 156 | teaching will be useless, judgments unstable, ~crimes unchecked." 44 2, 178 | majesty, secondly of His judgments, ~thirdly of His benefits, 45 2, 178 | By considering the divine judgments man is guided to the ~consideration 46 3, 27 | assign a reason for God's judgments, ~for instance, why He bestows 47 3, 49 | the hidden motive of His judgments; ~still, there is always 48 3, 59 | Consequently, not all God's judgments ~regarding human affairs 49 3, 59 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Judgments of this kind were exercised 50 Suppl, 22| who should ~imitate the judgments of God, prudently decided


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