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40 sacrificed
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tomb

   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | and his ~mother Irene a tomb was discovered, wherein 2 2, 12 | circumcised, or ~to worship at the tomb of Mahomet, he would be 3 2, 120 | of Christ's rest in ~the tomb on the seventh day: also 4 3, 13 | crucified, buried ~in the tomb, and afterwards rose again." 5 3, 15 | whose bodies ~are in the tomb, enjoy beatitude in their 6 3, 50 | the same was ~laid in the tomb." But Christ's living body 7 3, 50 | dead body was laid in the tomb. Therefore it was ~the same 8 3, 51 | body was decomposed in the tomb?~(4) Concerning the length 9 3, 51 | length of time He lay in the tomb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 10 3, 51 | dead are ~enclosed in a tomb; which seems contrary to 11 3, 51 | although imprisoned in the tomb, He could not be hindered 12 3, 51 | in a garden . . . "in ~a tomb which was not His own, which 13 3, 51 | laid to rest in another's tomb, and being naked was clothed 14 3, 51 | the ~foundations of the tomb." Hence the "great stone" 15 3, 51 | was set shows ~that "the tomb could not be opened except 16 3, 51 | was reduced to dust in the tomb?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 17 3, 51 | was reduced to dust in the tomb. ~For just as man dies in 18 3, 51 | 3: Christ rose from the tomb by Divine power, which is 19 3, 51 | Whether Christ was in the tomb only one day and two nights?~ 20 3, 51 | that Christ was not in the tomb during only one day ~and 21 3, 51 | Therefore He was not in the tomb ~for only one day and two 22 3, 51 | rising He was not in the tomb. ~Therefore He was not two 23 3, 51 | Christ's body to be in the tomb for two days and a night, ~ 24 3, 51 | which Christ remained in the tomb ~shows forth the effect 25 3, 51 | which He remained in the tomb. But since His death did ~ 26 3, 52 | whole ~Christ was in the tomb, because the whole Person 27 3, 52 | His body to be laid in the tomb, so likewise He willed His 28 3, 52 | But the body lay in the tomb for a day and two nights, ~ 29 3, 52 | simultaneously with His body from the tomb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 30 3, 52 | His body remained in the tomb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 31 3, 53 | corruption, since David's tomb was in their midst; and 32 3, 53 | not seen corruption, his ~tomb might nevertheless remain. 33 3, 55 | the women had ~entered the tomb; and again, whereas these 34 3, 66 | the water as in a kind of tomb our old man is buried, and ~ 35 3, 66 | the water as in a kind of ~tomb, our old man is buried, 36 3, 83 | that "the women came to the tomb, the sun being now risen"; 37 3, 83 | yet dark they came to the tomb." ~It is in this way that 38 3, 83 | paten represents Christ's tomb, ~which was "hewn in a rock," 39 Suppl, 71| burn oil and wax at his ~tomb; for such things are pleasing 40 Suppl, 71| have done this unless the tomb and ~things of this kind


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