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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ancients

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | to Him. So, some of the ~ancients, constrained, as it were, 2 1, 14 | infinitude of air, as some of the ancients held; yet it is manifest 3 1, 22 | Democritus, and others of the ancients.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 4 1, 32 | wished to say that ~the ancients used the threefold number 5 1, 44 | self-subsisting things, as ~the ancients asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 46 | reasons of some of the ~ancients who asserted that the world 7 1, 46 | quotes the testimony of the ancients, which is not the way of 8 1, 49 | strange notions of the ancients; namely, because they failed 9 1, 50 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~The ancients, however, not properly realizing 10 1, 57 | had understanding above ancients," and Gregory says: ~"The 11 1, 66 | confusion, called by the ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal 12 1, 45 | self-subsisting things, as ~the ancients asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 47 | reasons of some of the ~ancients who asserted that the world 14 1, 47 | quotes the testimony of the ancients, which is not the way of 15 1, 50 | strange notions of the ancients; namely, because they failed 16 1, 51 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~The ancients, however, not properly realizing 17 1, 58 | had understanding above ancients," and Gregory says: ~"The 18 1, 67 | confusion, called by the ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal 19 1, 84 | lead to the opinion of the ancients who ~maintained that "whatever 20 1, 89 | from two statements of the ancients. ~For those who first began 21 1, 114 | reasoning of some of the ancients who ~supposing that everything 22 2, 105 | unto Me seventy men of the ancients of ~Israel"; and again ( 23 2, 105 | of the ~murder . . . the ancients" of the nearest city "shall 24 2, 105 | should bring ~his son to the ancients of the city for punishment.~ 25 2, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ancients believed in the future birth 26 2, 1 | had understanding above ancients": and the Apostle ~says ( 27 2, 47 | in the ~multitude of the ancients" (i.e. the old men), "that 28 2, 61 | Iniquity came out from the ancients of the people [*Vulg.: ~' 29 2, 65 | that Daniel sentenced the ~ancients who were convicted of bearing 30 2, 65 | false witness. But these ancients ~were not subject to Daniel; 31 2, 65 | OBJ 1: In judging those ancients Daniel exercised an authority ~ 32 2, 65 | the judge of the wicked ancients (Dan. 13). Therefore it 33 2, 81 | I answer that, Among the ancients there was a threefold error 34 2, 84 | to the tradition of the ~ancients the custom arose for those 35 2, 94 | understanding above the ancients, ~because I have sought 36 2, 136 | he is victorious: for the ancients ~called 'vicia' what we 37 2, 152 | so indeed that among the ~ancients, as Valerius Maximus relates [* 38 2, 186 | out the wisdom of all the ~ancients, and will be occupied in 39 3, 6 | as already born; so the ancients ~believed in Him as about 40 3, 29 | was the custom among the ancients for espoused maidens to 41 3, 42 | unto Me seventy men of the ~ancients of Israel, whom thou knowest 42 3, 42 | whom thou knowest to be ancients . . . of the ~people." But 43 3, 60 | because according to the ancients, whatever ~it was unlawful 44 3, 68 | even the ~children of the ancients "were saved through the 45 Suppl, 37| Lord ~giving Moses seventy ancients to assist him. Thirdly, 46 Suppl, 66| since just as the faith of ancients ~and of moderns is one, 47 Suppl, 86| enter into judgment with the ancients of His ~people" (Is. 3:14).


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