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slavery 93
slaves 32
slavish 3
slay 38
slayer 5
slayers 11
slayeth 2
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38 self-subsisting
38 sensibles
38 shun
38 slay
38 worshipped
38 xxx
37 accepted
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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slay

   Part, Question
1 2, 55 | for good works in order to slay them." It is untrue, ~therefore, " 2 2, 73 | if a man in ~running to slay, slips and hurts his foot. 3 2, 79 | through not believing, to slay Him, and afterwards were 4 2, 94 | God commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22: 5 2, 100 | when Abraham consented to slay his son, ~he did not consent 6 2, 100 | punish the man who wishes to slay, and slays not: whereas 7 2, 102 | considered it abominable to slay these animals, wherefore 8 2, 102 | treadeth out ~the corn"; and to slay "the dam with her young." 9 2, 10 | For it is not right to slay heretics, ~because if you 10 2, 10 | do you will necessarily slay many innocent persons." ~ 11 2, 15 | they were commanded to slay anyone who ~disseminated 12 2, 38 | is unbecoming for them to slay or shed blood, and it is 13 2, 62 | is ~apparently a sin to slay dumb animals and plants.~ 14 2, 62 | Again Moses made the Levites slay twenty-three thousand men ~ 15 2, 62 | the princely ~office to slay evildoers, as stated above ( 16 2, 62 | earthly princes may lawfully slay malefactors.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 62 | was fitting for them to slay with their own hands.~Aquin.: 18 2, 62 | because it is not lawful to slay an evildoer ~except by the 19 2, 62 | since he was willing to ~slay his innocent son. Therefore 20 2, 62 | much more is it lawful to slay an innocent or a righteous ~ 21 2, 62 | the order of justice, ~to slay an innocent person: for 22 2, 62 | it is in no way lawful to slay the innocent.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 68 | ministers of the altar to slay a man ~or to cooperate in 24 2, 71 | Christ in His members and slay the souls of future believers ~ 25 2, 102 | whereas by ~obedience we slay our own will." Wherefore 26 2, 102 | because, "in a sacrifice we slay another's body, whereas 27 2, 102 | whereas by obedience we ~slay our own will," as Gregory 28 2, 102 | He ~commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22); 29 2, 102 | command given to Abraham to slay his ~innocent son was not 30 2, 122 | to the sword, yet do we slay fleshly ~desires in the 31 2, 124 | Wherefore even those that ~slay themselves do so from love 32 2, 152 | sin in being willing to slay his innocent son, ~because 33 3, 22 | the duty of the priest to slay the victim. But Christ did 34 3, 22 | Reply OBJ 1: Christ did not slay Himself, but of His own 35 3, 36 | desisted from his anxiety to slay the child, or because he 36 3, 47 | would not have been eager to slay Him, or would have ~been 37 Suppl, 39| to peace, ~and those who slay are conformed to Christ' 38 Suppl, 93| to the sword, yet do we ~slay fleshly desires in the soul


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