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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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jewish

   Part, Question
1 1, 112 | the demons having led the Jewish captives in Persia into ~ 2 2, 98 | other peoples, that the Jewish people alone ~remained faithful 3 2, 98 | Gentiles were admitted to the Jewish ritual and to ~the observances 4 2, 98 | not binding on save the Jewish people alone.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 98 | A[4]), was ~given to the Jewish people, that it might receive 6 2, 98 | wherefore the more the Jewish people were bound to the 7 2, 102 | sacrifices were not given to the Jewish people until after they 8 2, 102 | 1/1~I answer that, The Jewish people, as stated above ( 9 2, 102 | to inculcate pity ~to the Jewish people, who were prone to 10 2, 102 | things. Wherefore in the Jewish ~traditions we find it prescribed 11 2, 103 | because it was lawful for the Jewish converts ~to Christianity 12 2, 103 | Timothy, who was ~born of a Jewish mother; but was unwilling 13 2, 104 | precepts were given to the ~Jewish people, so also were some 14 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Jewish people were chosen by God 15 2, 105 | which was verified in the Jewish ~people, whose destruction 16 2, 10 | to do what they will with Jewish children. ~Therefore no 17 2, 10 | Therefore it ~is not unjust if Jewish children be taken away from 18 2, 10 | Much more therefore, if Jewish children are lost ~through 19 2, 62 | say so, but ~this was the Jewish traditional commentary on 20 2, 88 | our Saviour: for this is a Jewish practice." Now rather ~than 21 2, 94 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Among the Jewish people of whom Christ was 22 2, 187 | Christians to observe the ~Jewish ritual, thereby making them 23 2, 187 | they incurred the guilt of Jewish ~perfidy; and thus interpreted 24 3, 21 | chalice,' that is of the Jewish people, who cannot allege 25 3, 22 | greater similarity to the ~Jewish priesthood, instituted by 26 3, 31 | throne." Wherefore ~the Jewish people, receiving Him with 27 3, 31 | adoption. Or, according to the Jewish custom, one of ~those having 28 3, 35 | Chrysostom]), as long as the Jewish ~"people was governed by 29 3, 35 | people was governed by Jewish kings, however wicked, prophets 30 3, 36 | manifested to them in the Jewish Temple.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 31 3, 39 | was not baptized with the ~Jewish baptism, nor yet with His 32 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Jewish baptism prescribed by the 33 3, 40 | on Mt. 27:55, "It was a Jewish custom, nor was it thought ~ 34 3, 44 | fifteenth day, since it was the ~Jewish Passover. Wherefore he says: " 35 3, 46 | according to the rite of the Jewish festivity, the solemnity ~ 36 3, 46 | from the chiefs ~of the Jewish people. Hence it is written ( 37 3, 46 | under a roof, nor in the ~Jewish Temple, lest the Jews might 38 3, 70 | Who was to be born of the ~Jewish nation. For this reason 39 3, 83 | the ~territories of the Jewish people, but was to be established 40 Suppl, 40| be more conformed to the ~Jewish rite than to that of the 41 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Jewish rite was not spread abroad 42 Suppl, 59| cohabit ~with an unbelieving Jewish wife, nor was there hope


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