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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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served

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | Therefore, it is written: "You served ~them who by nature are 2 1, 61 | Dominations, and the ~other orders served God?" Damascene also says ( 3 1, 62 | Dominations, and the ~other orders served God?" Damascene also says ( 4 1, 77 | the generative ~power is served by the augmentative and 5 1, 115 | when Divine Providence is served by certain spirits; ~whether 6 2, 97 | if unequal measures are served ~out to those who are themselves 7 2, 101 | worship of God. And since men served idols in many ways, it was 8 2, 102 | signify that the priests who served the temple should take their ~ 9 2, 102 | upkeep of the ~ministers who served the tabernacle. Now concerning 10 2, 102 | of her offspring, were served up on the same dish. It 11 2, 102 | degree, who at fixed times served in the temple, should not ~" 12 2, 12 | find ~that certain holy men served unbelieving masters; thus 13 2, 12 | unbelieving masters; thus Joseph served ~Pharaoh, Daniel served 14 2, 12 | served ~Pharaoh, Daniel served Nabuchodonosor, and Mardochai 15 2, 12 | Nabuchodonosor, and Mardochai served Assuerus. ~Therefore apostasy 16 2, 59 | OBJ 2: When a man who has served the community is paid for 17 2, 79 | things, wherefore they are served by one ~religion. The different 18 2, 92 | that they "worshipped and served the creature rather than 19 2, 92 | says: "Who worshipped and served ~the creature rather than 20 2, 102 | 23) that in his mind he served the ~law of God, but in 21 2, 120 | gods in two ways. For some served ~certain creatures as gods 22 2, 139 | the way in which it is ~served.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 23 2, 140 | Confess. viii, 5): "Lust served became a custom, and custom 24 2, 182 | the part of the ~object served, nor on the part of the 25 3, 8 | Old Testament in their day served unto these sacraments, according 26 3, 25 | that they ~"worshiped and served the creature," as it is 27 3, 55 | Christ's frequent appearing served to assure the disciples ~ 28 3, 58 | But no purpose would be served by saying this, unless it 29 3, 61 | who used these sacraments served ~God "under the elements 30 3, 83 | chalice, fresh wine should be ~served for consecration. But if 31 Suppl, 66| one. Wherefore those who served ~God at the time of the 32 Suppl, 83| Now the Divine justice is served ~also by the natural disposition, 33 Suppl, 88| Further, just as the elements served man, so also did animals, ~


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