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institution 130
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institutions 20
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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institutions

   Part, Question
1 2, 97 | consideration, set up certain institutions which were deficient in 2 2, 97 | subsequent lawgivers who made ~institutions that might prove less frequently 3 2, 97 | of ~God's people and the institutions of our ancestors are to 4 2, 99 | reason they have devised many institutions relating ~to Divine matters, 5 2, 100 | all men, while these moral institutions are various for ~various 6 2, 102 | precepts of the Law, were institutions of Divine wisdom: hence 7 2, 104 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Divine institutions are more enduring than human ~ 8 2, 104 | more enduring than human ~institutions. But the judicial precepts 9 2, 104 | binding force through being institutions of the ~Old Law: for it 10 2, 10 | dominion and authority are institutions of ~human law, while the 11 2, 12 | Roman V): "Holding to the ~institutions of our holy predecessors, 12 2, 30 | Sponsus" The matrimonial institutions of the Romans were ~so entirely 13 2, 85 | was judicial, since all institutions established among this ~ 14 2, 85 | way of consequence these institutions foreshadowed ~something 15 3, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Human institutions observed in the sacraments 16 Suppl, 8 | presupposition of the Divine ~institutions: and since confession had 17 Suppl, 42| should not have had ~several institutions corresponding to the various 18 Suppl, 42| marriage. Hence these various institutions ~are not of the same thing 19 Suppl, 93| Lk. 21:33): whereas human institutions are liable to change every ~ 20 Suppl, 93| every ~day. Therefore human institutions are not to be taken as a


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