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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | as is clear from what has gone before (Q[19], A[4]), it ~ 2 1, 58 | depends partly upon what has ~gone before. For it has been 3 1, 62 | is evident from what has ~gone before (AA[1],2; Q[12], 4 1, 62 | as is clear from what has gone before (Q[12], A[4]), that 5 1, 73 | new, for it hath already gone before, in the ages that ~ 6 1, 59 | depends partly upon what has ~gone before. For it has been 7 1, 63 | is evident from what has ~gone before (AA[1],2; Q[12], 8 1, 63 | as is clear from what has gone before (Q[12], A[4]), that 9 1, 72 | new, for it hath already gone before, in the ages that ~ 10 2, 55 | being, and ~consequently as gone, and as good, which are 11 2, 68 | do not resist; I have not gone back." Even the Philosopher 12 2, 77 | altogether: for many have gone out of their minds through ~ 13 2, 81 | descendants, various writers have ~gone about it in various ways. 14 2, 102 | Osee 4:16: "Israel ~hath gone astray like a wanton heifer": 15 2, 37 | This city since days gone ~by has rebelled against 16 2, 37 | lead back those ~who have gone astray, wherefore it is 17 2, 75 | every buyer: and when he is gone away, then he will boast." ~ 18 2, 86 | 23): "That which is once gone ~out of thy lips, thou shalt 19 2, 184 | can, is like one who has gone out of ~Egypt and offers 20 2, 184 | blemish, and that hath ~not gone after gold," and this because 21 2, 186 | can, is like one who has gone out of Egypt and offers 22 2, 186 | that "His disciples were gone ~into the city to buy meats," 23 2, 186 | collected? Why, in days long ~gone by, when famine was imminent, 24 3, 6 | endure when the latter has gone; or as a woman is taken ~ 25 3, 8 | all the wicked who have gone before are signs of Anti-christ, ~ 26 3, 36 | because he is said to have ~gone to Rome in the meanwhile 27 3, 37 | hitherto had entered or gone forth therefrom. ~Again, 28 3, 37 | Therefore she should not have gone to the Temple to be ~purified.~ 29 3, 38 | more easily than if he ~had gone in search of each individual, 30 3, 52 | with the soul which had gone down into hell: and ~consequently 31 3, 55 | love Him. Although He has gone before us in ~this sense, 32 3, 57 | follow ~whither the Head has gone: hence He said (Jn. 14:3): " 33 3, 78 | with regard to all that had gone before; so that the sense 34 3, 82 | unless the leprosy has gone so far that ~it has rendered 35 Suppl, 10| Purgatory than one who has gone no ~further than contrition.~ 36 Suppl, 72| and the first earth was ~gone." Therefore the elements 37 Suppl, 78| because it has already gone back from its ultimate perfection. 38 Suppl, 88| and the first earth was gone."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[


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