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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compel

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | will malice, nor does He ~compel virtue." Whence predestination 2 1, 34 | the Word proceeding should compel ~them to confess that the 3 1, 104 | beyond our hopes as to ~compel our astonishment" [*St. 4 1, 114 | other ~hand, they cannot compel the will, as stated above ( 5 2, 80 | Because the greater can compel the lesser. Now it is said 6 2, 80 | him." ~Therefore he can compel man to sin, while he dwells 7 2, 80 | if the devil were able to compel us, in any ~way whatever, 8 2, 80 | do. Therefore he does not compel to ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 80 | restrained by ~God, can compel anyone to do an act which, 10 2, 80 | that the ~devil can nowise compel man to sin.~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 10 | highways and hedges; and compel them to come in." Now men 12 2, 10 | choose. Whom did Christ compel?' They should remember ~ 13 2, 37 | punishment does not suffice to compel a man, another ~is added: 14 2, 41 | Jews do, how dost thou compel the gentiles to live as 15 2, 88 | But ~it is unlawful to compel a man against his will. 16 2, 88 | his subjects, whom he can compel on the strength of the oath 17 2, 92 | what ~name to invite or compel him: so as to give birth 18 3, 46 | Me." But no necessity can compel God, for this would be repugnant ~ 19 3, 69 | Orth. ii), "God does not ~compel man to be righteous." Consequently 20 Suppl, 47| slavery. Wherefore the like compel a ~constant man to suffer 21 Suppl, 47| for one ~whom he cannot compel to keep the promise. Now 22 Suppl, 47| oath. ~Therefore they can compel their children to keep that 23 Suppl, 47| wit, can by his ~command compel a man to a spiritual marriage, 24 Suppl, 47| Therefore a carnal father can compel his son to marriage.~Aquin.: 25 Suppl, 47| father cannot by his command compel his son to marry, since ~ 26 Suppl, 47| his father's ~command will compel him in the same measure: 27 Suppl, 47| measure: otherwise he may not compel ~him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] 28 Suppl, 53| higher orders, you shall compel to put his wife ~away." 29 Suppl, 62| this case the wife cannot ~compel him to be reconciled, since 30 Suppl, 68| part ~of a bishop's care to compel both parents to provide


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