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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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defiled

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1 1, 78 | mind and conscience are defiled" (Titus 1:15). Therefore 2 1, 78 | conscience is said to be defiled, not as a subject, but ~ 3 1, 78 | far as someone knows he is defiled.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 4 2, 69 | heart, so that it is not defiled by the passions: hence the ~ 5 2, 72 | the body also, for it is defiled ~inordinately: wherefore 6 2, 86 | higher ~nature cannot be defiled by contact with a lower 7 2, 86 | hence the sun's ~ray is not defiled by contact with tainted 8 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: The soul is not defiled by inferior things, by their 9 2, 86 | that the intellect is not defiled, but perfected, by them. ~ 10 2, 102 | sin, whereby the soul was ~defiled; and another consisting 11 2, 103 | sprinkled, sanctify such as are defiled, to the ~cleansing of the 12 2, 84 | The table of the Lord is defiled and that which is laid thereupon 13 2, 94 | for they refused to be defiled by the meat of Gentiles. ~ 14 2, 139 | all hinders man from being defiled. In like ~manner honesty [* 15 2, 165 | wine, lest they should be defiled, if they had considered ~ 16 2, 184 | prophet and the priest are defiled; and in My house I have 17 3, 27 | see ~it" - (because "no defiled thing cometh into her," 18 3, 31 | written (Wis. 7:25) that "no defiled thing cometh ~into her." 19 3, 31 | the drain, and yet not be defiled: much more can the Splendor 20 3, 31 | written (Wis. 7:25) that "no defiled thing cometh ~into" Divine 21 3, 31 | Christ's flesh was never defiled by sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 22 3, 31 | so also is it entirely defiled by sin. Consequently we 23 3, 31 | sin. Thus it is that "no ~defiled thing cometh into the Wisdom 24 3, 46 | that they might not be defiled, but that they might eat 25 3, 46 | that they might not be defiled, but that they might eat 26 3, 65 | person but also the nature is defiled: ~secondly, by reason of 27 3, 80 | modesty and honor to be defiled by such ~shameful and infamous 28 3, 80 | come down from heaven be defiled and touched by them who ~ 29 3, 80 | among you any man, that is defiled in a dream by night, he 30 3, 82 | the sinful ~priest, being defiled, has neither the life nor 31 3, 82 | from the fact that persons defiled are forbidden to approach 32 3, 83 | the same ~reason churches defiled by shedding of blood or 33 3, 83 | be devastated by fire, or defiled by ~shedding of blood or 34 3, 83 | flag-stones, so as not to be defiled by the ~feet of those that 35 Suppl, 67| marries another husband "is defiled, and is become abominable 36 Suppl, 67| gloss observes here: "She is defiled and abominable, ~namely 37 Suppl, 67| first put her away as being defiled," ~and consequently it does 38 Suppl, 67| does not follow that she is defiled absolutely ~speaking; or 39 Suppl, 67| speaking; or she is said to be defiled just as a person who had 40 Suppl, 67| wife was "because she is defiled." But the divorced ~wife 41 Suppl, 67| the divorced ~wife is not defiled except by marrying another 42 Suppl, 67| by this sin that she was ~defiled: but according to the others


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