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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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combat

   Part, Question
1 2, 67 | lawful for the judge to combat his resistance by force, 2 2, 93 | monomachy," i.e. single ~combat as it is called, and trial 3 2, 93 | to have engaged in single combat with ~the Philistine (1 4 2, 121 | First, there is the general combat, for ~instance, of those 5 2, 121 | secondly, there is the private ~combat, as when a judge or even 6 2, 121 | such as occur in singular combat, which may be ~called by 7 2, 146 | engage in the spiritual combat." But man's ~inward enemy 8 3, 58 | Stephen in his toil of combat saw ~Him standing whom He 9 3, 72 | strength in the spiritual combat. ~Wherefore in this sacrament 10 3, 72 | combatant, as in a bodily combat: thus are soldiers ~marked 11 3, 72 | strengthen him in his outward combat. Consequently ~not only 12 3, 72 | unto the outward ~spiritual combat; and this is signified by 13 3, 72 | ordained to the spiritual combat, which is enjoined to all ~ 14 3, 72 | pertain to the spiritual combat ~with the enemies of the 15 3, 72 | have to wage the spiritual combat with our invisible ~enemies. 16 3, 72 | are strengthened for the combat." But women are incompetent 17 3, 72 | women are incompetent to ~combat, by reason of the frailty 18 3, 72 | dangers of the present ~combat, those who are on the point 19 3, 72 | strength in the spiritual combat, that he may bravely ~confess 20 3, 72 | are strengthened for the ~combat; the sign of which should 21 3, 72 | strength in the spiritual combat. Now, just as one newly 22 Appen1, 2| there is yet time for the combat, men are ~punished both 23 Appen1, 2| tranquillity denote the absence of combat, as occurs even in those


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