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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stranger

   Part, Question
1 2, 98 | written (Ex. 12:48): "If any ~stranger be willing to dwell among 2 2, 105 | of your own country ~or a stranger: there shall be no difference 3 2, 105 | the ~Levite . . . and the stranger, and the fatherless, and 4 2, 105 | Egyptian because thou wast a stranger in his land."~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 105 | Thou shalt not molest a stranger, nor ~afflict him; for yourselves 6 2, 105 | Thou shalt not molest a stranger, for you know the ~hearts 7 2, 105 | 20) to lend money to the stranger ~for usury.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 105 | Thou shalt not molest a ~stranger [advenam]"; and again (Ex. 9 2, 105 | Thou shalt not molest a ~stranger [peregrino]." Thirdly, when 10 2, 105 | written (Ex. 12:48): "If any stranger be willing to dwell among 11 2, 105 | Let not the son of the stranger that adhereth to the Lord ~ 12 2, 105 | deceased: and moreover, a stranger would not be under the obligation 13 2, 29 | fellow-soldier who is a stranger rather than a kinsman who 14 2, 29 | for instance, to succor a ~stranger, in extreme necessity, rather 15 2, 29 | matter for ~wonder if a stranger be preferred to one who 16 2, 76 | other thing, but to the ~stranger": nay more, it is even promised 17 2, 85 | possession with thee, and the stranger, and ~the fatherless, and 18 2, 142 | averse to wantonness, a stranger to any ~kind of excess, 19 2, 152 | father than one who strikes a stranger. Now according to ~1 Cor. 20 2, 152 | since through a man taking a stranger to wife, all his wife's ~ 21 2, 183 | engaged fast thy hand to a stranger," and ~afterwards (Prov. 22 2, 183 | by engaging oneself to a ~stranger. And whoever is put forward 23 2, 187 | engaged fast thy hand to a stranger'" (Prov. ~6:1); and he goes 24 3, 15 | Why wilt Thou be as a ~stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring 25 3, 23 | one adopts anyone but a stranger as his son. But ~no one 26 3, 23 | his son. But ~no one is a stranger in relation to God, Who 27 3, 23 | his nature man is not a stranger in respect ~to God, as to 28 3, 31 | but that ~Mary was not a stranger to the family of David: 29 3, 36 | observing this star to be a ~stranger to the system of this world, 30 3, 36 | Creator; but this star was a stranger to the ~heavens, and made 31 3, 36 | one king to proclaim ~a stranger. But in Judea Herod was 32 3, 51 | buried in the grave of a stranger," as Augustine says in a 33 3, 55 | because He was as yet a stranger to faith in their hearts, 34 3, 55 | that is, as if He were a stranger.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 35 3, 67 | father better than by a ~stranger: for, as the Philosopher 36 3, 88 | to the end of this life a stranger to grace, whither does ~ 37 Suppl, 55| when these ~are silent, a stranger is liable to be suspected 38 Suppl, 55| his assertion. Wherefore a stranger ~is debarred from accusing 39 Suppl, 57| adoption should be not of a stranger but of someone connected ~ 40 Suppl, 57| taken as a ~child must be a stranger. Accordingly, just as natural 41 Suppl, 57| wherefrom," ~namely, a stranger. Consequently the above 42 Suppl, 57| said to be the taking of "a stranger," and the ~term "whereto," 43 Suppl, 57| as a relative, but as a stranger lacking ~the right of succeeding 44 Suppl, 62| bound to his wife than to a stranger. Now ~a man ought not to 45 Suppl, 62| another, even though ~he be a stranger, without previously admonishing


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