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murder 139
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29 mansions
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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murderer

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | case we add that a man is a murderer or dangerous to society, ~ 2 1, 19 | consequently ~wills the murderer to be hanged. In the same 3 1, 19 | simply the hanging of a murderer, but in a qualified manner ~ 4 1, 63 | devil ~(Jn. 8:44): "He was a murderer from the beginning."~Aquin.: 5 1, 64 | devil ~(Jn. 8:44): "He was a murderer from the beginning."~Aquin.: 6 2, 72 | appears in the thief and murderer. ~Now the things whereby 7 2, 73 | to harm another, e.g. a murderer or a ~thief. In this case 8 2, 73 | reasons: first, ~because the murderer intends directly to do harm 9 2, 87 | expediency of removing the ~murderer from the fellowship of the 10 2, 100 | authority, he will be no murderer any more than God ~would 11 2, 105 | commanded (Ex. 21:12) a murderer to be ~punished with death. 12 2, 105 | readily make known the ~murderer, if they knew who he was: 13 2, 105 | of its head; and that the murderer, as vile and abject, was 14 2, 105 | punishment was that of a murderer, when the slave died ~under 15 2, 12 | more grievously that the murderer. ~Nevertheless murder takes 16 2, 32 | hateth his brother is a murderer." Now murder is the most 17 2, 65 | him to death": and of ~the murderer it is written (Dt. 19:12, 18 2, 71 | Accordingly a backbiter is a murderer "occasionally," since by 19 2, 71 | hateth his brother is a murderer" (1 Jn. 3:15).~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 74 | you are no better than a ~murderer." Therefore cursing is graver 21 2, 74 | differ, in desire, from a murderer, but he differs ~from him 22 2, 96 | forces him to swear, he is a murderer: for the other destroys 23 2, 122 | none of you suffer as a murderer, or a ~thief, or a railer, 24 3, 48 | superabundant atonement for His murderer's crime.~Aquin.: SMT TP 25 3, 66 | was administered; after a ~murderer has baptized, it is not 26 3, 66 | gave his own ~Baptism; the murderer, Christ's; for that sacrament 27 3, 66 | sacred, that ~not even a murderer's administration contaminates 28 3, 69 | Consequently, although a murderer is freed by Baptism from ~ 29 Suppl, 67| in ~God's sight he is a murderer," in so far as he has the


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