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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dust

   Part, Question
1 1, 46 | foot were always in the dust from eternity, there would 2 1, 75 | concluded: ~"(Before) the dust return into its earth from 3 1, 47 | foot were always in the dust from eternity, there would 4 1, 74 | concluded: ~"(Before) the dust return into its earth from 5 1, 90 | resurrection by collecting the dust.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 6 1, 109 | place; as in collecting the dust in the general ~resurrection, 7 2, 71 | backbiters but blow on the dust and stir up the dirt into 8 2, 159 | to my Lord, whereas I am dust and ashes." In this way 9 2, 162 | said to him (Gn. 3:19): "Dust ~thou art and into dust 10 2, 162 | Dust ~thou art and into dust thou shalt return." To this 11 3, 25 | know not what tiny heap of dust in a mean vase ~surrounded 12 3, 51 | Christ's body was reduced to dust in the tomb?~Aquin.: SMT 13 3, 51 | Christ's body was reduced to dust in the tomb. ~For just as 14 3, 51 | also ~does he return to dust, since it was said to the 15 3, 51 | first man after his ~sin: "Dust thou art, and into dust 16 3, 51 | Dust thou art, and into dust thou shalt return" (Gn. 17 3, 51 | to be made to return to dust, so as to free us from the 18 3, 51 | bodies begin to dissolve into dust, and are ~disposed towards 19 3, 51 | sought likewise to return to dust so as to give to them ~who 20 3, 51 | them ~who have returned to dust the hope of rising from 21 3, 51 | hope of rising from the dust.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 22 3, 51 | in ~any way be reduced to dust, since the putrefaction 23 3, 51 | to die or to return to dust. Yet of His own will He 24 3, 51 | graves, but also from any dust whatever.~Aquin.: SMT TP 25 3, 53 | disintegrated ~by returning to dust, yet the separation of His 26 3, 59 | unburied, ~and finally falls to dust utterly. In a fifth way, 27 3, 77 | worms if ~they putrefy, or dust if they be crushed.~Aquin.: 28 3, 87 | hindrance to beauty, e.g. mud or dust; so too, a stain is put 29 Suppl, 72| buildings ~will be reduced to dust; on the "twelfth" day all 30 Suppl, 72| those that sleep in ~the dust of the earth shall awake." 31 Suppl, 75| 2) Whether ashes are, or dust?~(3) Whether this dust has 32 Suppl, 75| or dust?~(3) Whether this dust has a natural inclination 33 Suppl, 75| shalt thou go [*Vulg.: 'Dust thou ~art and into dust 34 Suppl, 75| Dust thou ~art and into dust thou shalt return']."~Aquin.: 35 Suppl, 75| shall sleep with him in the dust." ~But vices are only in


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