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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Ambrose ~says (De Fide 1): "Put arguments aside where faith 2 1, 1 | clear other things that are put forward in this ~doctrine. 3 1, 1 | obscured. Therefore, to put forward divine truths by 4 1, 1 | of the prophets." But to put ~forward anything by means 5 1, 1 | is befitting Holy Writ to put forward divine and ~spiritual 6 1, 1 | which is not elsewhere put forward by the Scripture 7 1, 2 | whatever is in motion is put in motion by another, for ~ 8 1, 2 | whatever is in motion must be put in ~motion by another. If 9 1, 2 | If that by which it is put in motion be itself put 10 1, 2 | put in motion be itself put in ~motion, then this also 11 1, 2 | this also must needs be put in motion by another, and 12 1, 2 | only inasmuch as they are put in motion by the ~first 13 1, 2 | moves only because it is put in motion by the ~hand. 14 1, 2 | arrive at a first mover, put in motion ~by no other; 15 1, 3 | in motion unless it ~be put in motion, as is evident 16 1, 12 | demonstrative principle ~is put before him can gather the 17 1, 13 | primarily to that which is put in the ~definition of such 18 1, 19 | for His ~inclination to put in act what His intellect 19 1, 19 | the will. For we do not put into act what we know, unless 20 1, 23 | Wherefore, it does not put anything in the ~predestined. 21 1, 24 | chosen or inscribed merely to put on armor, but to fight; 22 1, 42 | be ~subject to Him that put all things under Him."~Aquin.: 23 1, 43 | So no other effect can be put down as the ~reason why 24 1, 54 | Although life is sometimes put for the ~essence, as Augustine 25 1, 68 | the walls, and thirdly, put on the ~roof." In accepting 26 1, 68 | condescension to their weakness he put before them only such things 27 1, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Moses put before the people such things 28 1, 42 | be ~subject to Him that put all things under Him."~Aquin.: 29 1, 43 | So no other effect can be put down as the ~reason why 30 1, 55 | Although life is sometimes put for the ~essence, as Augustine 31 1, 69 | the walls, and thirdly, put on the ~roof." In accepting 32 1, 69 | condescension to their weakness he put before them only such things 33 1, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Moses put before the people such things 34 1, 83 | truth to every question if put to him in orderly fashion, 35 1, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: If questions be put in an orderly fashion they 36 1, 92 | image forasmuch as image ~is put for the exemplar. Or, as 37 1, 92 | spirit of your mind, and put on the new man." Whence 38 1, 94 | proportional. The widow who put two mites into the treasury 39 1, 94 | degree than the others who put great sums ~therein. But 40 1, 96 | 3:22): "Lest perhaps he put forth ~his hand, and take 41 1, 102 | the intention of him that put it in order, as Tullius 42 1, 103 | wood ~which are able to be put together in a certain order 43 1, 104 | skin and flesh: Thou hast put me together with bones and 44 1, 110 | contrived by the demons and put into men" (De Fide ~Orth. 45 1, 110 | OBJ 2: The demon cannot put thoughts in our minds by 46 1, 111 | thus an architect does not put his hands to the production 47 1, 112 | the prayer which ~Daniel put up for that same people.~ 48 1, 116 | science: for instance, he may put before him certain less 49 1, 117 | passage quoted, the part is put instead of the ~whole, the 50 2, 6 | will commanded by it, and put into execution by means 51 2, 13 | of clocks and all engines put together by the art of man. 52 2, 13 | exterior action that is put in ~contradistinction to 53 2, 19 | the matter: because he can put aside his ~evil intention. 54 2, 19 | in willing a thief to be put to death, ~because this 55 2, 19 | who wishes him not to be put to death, inasmuch as killing 56 2, 19 | husband, the thief, not to be put to death. Now the good ~ 57 2, 20 | his owner ~also shall be put to death." But he would 58 2, 20 | But he would not have been put to death, if ~the ox, although 59 2, 31 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xviii.] put it, "some delights are of ~ 60 2, 39 | feasting: for in that we are put ~in mind of the end of all."~ 61 2, 41 | connection, when fear is put aside, the other passions 62 2, 42 | when done wrong cannot be put right . . . or ~for which 63 2, 46 | and indignation . . . be put away from you."]. Hence 64 2, 49 | this way heat and cold are put, by the ~Philosopher, in 65 2, 49 | Further, that which is put in the definition of a thing, 66 2, 49 | principle of action, is put in the ~definition of power, 67 2, 49 | related, therefore habit is put before power as a species 68 2, 50 | Therefore we ought not to put any habit in the powers 69 2, 50 | there is no will, which ~is put in the definition of habit, 70 2, 50 | so it was ~impossible to put the habits of knowledge 71 2, 53 | the abstract, we do not put the subject as though it 72 2, 55 | indicate its 'strength'] is put at a ~hundredweight, and 73 2, 55 | Therefore "good" should not be put in the ~definition of virtue, 74 2, 55 | therefore unsuitable to put "righteous" in the definition 75 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 2: Good, which is put in the definition of virtue, 76 2, 58 | 2: Further, some authors put science in the definition 77 2, 61 | as defined by reason and put into ~our operations as 78 2, 67 | 30. But it is absurd to put moral virtues in the angels ~[*" 79 2, 77 | since the members are not ~put to work, except by the consent 80 2, 79 | the same effect is not put down to contrary causes. 81 2, 80 | a passion, that what is put ~before the imagination, 82 2, 87 | up against an order, is put down by that ~order or by 83 2, 87 | order: ~wherefore he is put down, in consequence, by 84 2, 92 | that commits a murder be put to death."~Aquin.: SMT FS 85 2, 93 | namely, whether what is put forward is true. In another 86 2, 96 | of ~a perfect life, "is put into old bottles," i.e. 87 2, 98 | Why ~tempt you (God) to put a yoke on the necks of the 88 2, 99 | sake. Hence the Apostle put this commandment in place 89 2, 99 | precepts we should not ~put any judicial precepts in 90 2, 100 | Sabbath-day observance to be put among the precepts of the 91 2, 101 | Why tempt you God, to put a yoke upon the necks of 92 2, 102 | sacrificeth to gods, shall be put to death, save only to the 93 2, 102 | idolatry. For the Gentiles put up various times to various 94 2, 102 | twelve loaves which were put on the table ~in memory 95 2, 102 | God. And this altar was put up outside the tabernacle 96 2, 102 | s death. The ashes were put into water for the ~purpose 97 2, 102 | offered up. Hence the priest put his hand on its ~head, while 98 2, 102 | blood of the sacrifice was put on the tip of the ear of 99 2, 102 | stated above (ad 5), was put into the water for the purpose ~ 100 2, 102 | Doctrine and Truth" to be put in ~the rational: for certain 101 2, 102 | the worship of Mars, women put on men's ~armor; while, 102 2, 102 | harlot" or "one that has been put away," or any ~other than 103 2, 103 | them, provided they did not put their trust in ~them so 104 2, 105 | Hence it ~was necessary to put aside certain things for 105 2, 105 | especially before it has been put under the yoke, signified 106 2, 105 | allow (Dt. 24:1-4) a man to put his wife away, by writing 107 2, 105 | Consequently it seems that the Law put forth unsuitable judicial 108 2, 105 | and pared her nails, ~and put off the raiment wherein 109 2, 106 | and ~precepts outwardly put before man either in words 110 2, 106 | moments which the Father hath put in His own power."~Aquin.: 111 2, 107 | Whosoever shall put away his wife, let him give ~ 112 2, 107 | you that whosoever shall put away his ~wife . . . maketh 113 2, 107 | say: 'Let him that wills, ~put his wife away': the contrary 114 2, 107 | of which would be not to put her away. ~On the contrary, 115 2, 107 | unwilling that a man should put away his ~wife, since it 116 2, 107 | ought not ~easily to be put away, allowed no exception 117 2, 109 | that ~no created thing can put forth any act, unless by 118 2, 109 | once. But perseverance is ~put down as a virtue. Hence 119 2, 113 | movement the opposite which is put away is prior ~to the opposite 120 2, 1 | certain propositions are put forward on ~their own account, 121 2, 1 | account, while others are put forward in order to manifest ~ 122 2, 2 | Further, no one should be put to test in matters that 123 2, 2 | Simple persons should not be put to the test about subtle ~ 124 2, 10 | even wish unbelievers to be put to ~death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 125 2, 10 | joined together let no man ~put asunder." And yet the marriage 126 2, 11 | heretics are not ~tolerated but put to death, they lose the 127 2, 11 | excommunicated but even put ~to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 128 2, 11 | that spark was not at once ~put out, the whole earth was 129 2, 11 | constancy of the faithful being put ~to the test, and "makes 130 2, 12 | Let blasphemy . . . be put away from ~you," a gloss 131 2, 12 | Let . . . blasphemy be put away from ~you" (Eph. 4: 132 2, 23 | Therefore it is not ~right to put only one.~Aquin.: SMT SS 133 2, 24 | 100:8: "In the morning I put to death all the wicked 134 2, 24 | such like sinners to ~be put to death, because there 135 2, 24 | converted, it profits so as to put an end to the sin, because 136 2, 24 | loves God, the more does he put enmities ~aside and show 137 2, 26 | thus the physician does not put ~limits to health, but makes 138 2, 28 | after saying (Col. 3:12): "Put ye on . . . ~as the elect 139 2, 30 | brother in need, and shall put up his ~bowels from him, 140 2, 30 | themselves unjust, ~and put all their trust in them. 141 2, 31 | witnesses . . . it should be put before the superior." Now ~ 142 2, 38 | and ~clerics (Mt. 16:52): "Put up again thy sword into 143 2, 41 | denotes an obstacle which is put in a person's ~spiritual 144 2, 42 | But it ~is not a sin to put aside the love of our neighbor, 145 2, 42 | our neighbor, provided we put not ~aside the love of God; 146 2, 42 | to have the conclusions put separately before him. Since, 147 2, 42 | scandal (Rm. 14:13): "That you put not a ~stumbling-block or 148 2, 43 | have grace, to judge, or put others in order, but only 149 2, 48 | only by others and do not put themselves in motion, since 150 2, 58 | to reprove both, and to put his hand between both" [* 151 2, 60 | immediate restitution, or may he put it off?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 152 2, 62 | 100:8): "In the morning I put to death all the ~wicked 153 2, 62 | rather than that the good be put to ~death together with 154 2, 62 | latter may be lawfully put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 155 2, 62 | individuals, can ~lawfully put evildoers to death.~Aquin.: 156 2, 62 | and have spiritual power, put evil-doers ~to death.~Aquin.: 157 2, 62 | regards Peter, he did not put Ananias and Saphira ~to 158 2, 62 | public authority may lawfully put to ~death an evil-doer, 159 2, 62 | exercises public ~authority to put himself to death for any 160 2, 62 | just person ~thou shalt not put to death."~Aquin.: SMT SS 161 2, 63 | be lawful for anyone to put a man in prison; ~and this 162 2, 65 | says: "Thou mayest not ~put the sickle of judgment to 163 2, 65 | but thou shalt presently put him to death": and of ~the 164 2, 66 | judicial procedure, should be put into writing.~Aquin.: SMT 165 2, 66 | who by accusing a man has put ~him in danger of being 166 2, 67 | may lawfully resist being put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 167 2, 67 | defend himself from being put to ~death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 168 2, 69 | brother in need, and shall put up his bowels from him, 169 2, 69 | else ~he would have to put aside all other business, 170 2, 76 | 14:5: "He ~that hath not put out his money to usury," 171 2, 76 | but of the ~hope which is put in man. For we ought not 172 2, 80 | to adhere to my God, to put my hope in the Lord God": 173 2, 81 | hears them ~before they put up a prayer, according to 174 2, 83 | sacrificeth to gods ~shall be put to death, save only to the 175 2, 86 | whereby one intends to put ~oneself under an obligation. 176 2, 86 | sanctified to the Lord cannot be put to any other use. For no ~ 177 2, 86 | Ecclesiasticus, which is put forward in the contrary ~ 178 2, 87 | order to justify men, and to put an end to ~controversy ( 179 2, 87 | consecration,' instead of being put ~on his oath": and (22, 180 2, 88 | others; wherefore he can put himself under an obligation 181 2, 88 | name, whereas he cannot put others under such an obligation 182 2, 88 | intends by this adjuration to put one who is not his subject 183 2, 88 | whereby a man intends ~to put another under an obligation, 184 2, 93 | confessed the truth, Christ ~put a stop to his speech, lest 185 2, 95 | perfection that he should ~put aside human aids and put 186 2, 95 | put aside human aids and put his hope in God alone. Hence 187 2, 95 | person ~tempted. Now we put a person to the test by 188 2, 95 | intends, by word or deed, to ~put some person to the test; 189 2, 95 | to tempt a person is to put him ~to a test. Now one 190 2, 97 | that ~unbelievers should be put in authority over it, is 191 2, 101 | men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, ~but 192 2, 101 | Lord my God, in Thee have I put my trust," says: ~"Lord 193 2, 105 | contrary, No one should be put in the way of committing 194 2, 105 | But this would ~seem to put the recipient in the way 195 2, 106 | customary among men. For to put a man to death is to uproot ~ 196 2, 106 | Therefore sinners ~should not be put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 197 2, 107 | in so far as this use is put into ~effect at the command 198 2, 109 | If, however, ~he were to put on the habit of holiness 199 2, 115 | something - the ~farther we put it away the greater the 200 2, 118 | instance, if a madman were to put his sword in deposit, ~and 201 2, 122 | willingly ~suffers being put to death. It happens sometimes, 202 2, 123 | cannot be ~persuaded to put fear aside: thus sometimes 203 2, 127 | 11:14,18, "If thou wilt put away ~from thee the iniquity 204 2, 142 | because when ~contraries are put in juxtaposition their opposition 205 2, 149 | who has ears to hear, may put to none but a ~lawful use 206 2, 152 | a lawful marriage and is put on the road to a wanton 207 2, 152 | humbled her, he ~may not put her away all the days of 208 2, 156 | and indignation'] . . . be put away from you."~Aquin.: 209 2, 156 | stern" people, who do not put ~aside their anger until 210 2, 159 | this respect ~one should put others before oneself, and 211 2, 162 | Therefore it was useless to put other obstacles ~in the 212 2, 167 | purple cannot sincerely put on Christ: those ~who are 213 2, 167 | the body, about these we put more abundant honor."~Aquin.: 214 2, 167 | the most part some people ~put to an evil use, although 215 2, 173 | when this corruptible will ~put on incorruption."~ 216 2, 182 | the cure, yet they do not put ~aside what they had already. 217 2, 183 | stranger. And whoever is put forward as an example to 218 2, 184 | devil." ~This attachment is put away by those who embrace 219 2, 185 | Achab (3 Kgs. 21:27) who "put ~hair-cloth upon his flesh." 220 2, 185 | speaking of Achab who "put hair-cloth on his flesh," 221 3, 1 | Therefore God ought not to have ~put off the work of the Incarnation, 222 3, 1 | OBJ 1: Charity does not put off bringing assistance 223 3, 1 | Incarnation ought to have been put off till the end of the ~ 224 3, 1 | Incarnation ought to have been ~put off till the end of the 225 3, 1 | Incarnation ought to have been put off till the end of the 226 3, 1 | Incarnation ought to ~have been put off till the end of the 227 3, 1 | Incarnation ought to have ~been put off till the end of the 228 3, 1 | world ought not to have been put off till the end ~of the 229 3, 1 | the ~Incarnation should be put off till the end of the 230 3, 1 | ought not to have been ~put off till the end of the 231 3, 1 | if this remedy had been put off till the end of the ~ 232 3, 1 | that He ~ought not to have put off the coming in mercy 233 3, 2 | absorbed, e.g. if we were to put a drop of ~water in a flagon 234 3, 5 | the light of the stars is put ~out, but the light of the 235 3, 14 | Is. 51:9): "Arise, arise, put ~on Thy strength, O Thou 236 3, 19 | baptized in Christ, have put on Christ"; and it is by 237 3, 20 | be subject unto Him ~that put all things under Him." But, 238 3, 25 | instructions which they did not put ~in writing, but which have 239 3, 25 | epistle" - that is by word put into writing. Among ~these 240 3, 27 | for she ~would never have put them to use: since we do 241 3, 27 | so receive them, as to ~put them and such like graces 242 3, 29 | with her, was ~minded to put her away privately, i.e. 243 3, 29 | contract, no one can lawfully put ~his wife away.~Aquin.: 244 3, 29 | that "he ~was minded to put her away privately." But 245 3, 30 | Incarnation: and yet ~they put this question, being desirous 246 3, 32 | possible for anything to put itself in motion except 247 3, 35 | God, ~nature fs sometimes put instead of person or hypostasis. 248 3, 35 | filiation, which is nativity, put two filiations in ~Christ, 249 3, 35 | the person or ~hypostasis, put only one filiation in Christ, 250 3, 35 | God from time does ~not put something real in the eternal 251 3, 35 | At the same time, too, He put to silence the vain boasting 252 3, 42 | doctrine, "come in ~to be put under a bushel?"~Aquin.: 253 3, 42 | is hidden because it is put before few. And thus, ~again, 254 3, 42 | come." Now the Old Law was put into writing by God, according 255 3, 42 | Christ also ~should have put His doctrine into writing.~ 256 3, 42 | Consequently, when they ~put into writing what He showed 257 3, 42 | nothing: since His members put forth that which they ~knew 258 3, 46 | s death against the law, put off celebrating ~the Pasch 259 3, 47 | scourged ~Him, they will put him to death."~Aquin.: SMT 260 3, 47 | is not lawful for us to put any man to death," since 261 3, 47 | is not lawful for us to put any man to death,' because 262 3, 47 | was not lawful for them to put any man to death" owing ~ 263 3, 48 | he had offended God, and put himself under the devil ~ 264 3, 50 | addition," as the ~Philosopher put it (Topic. ii): and in this 265 3, 52 | by descending thither He put them to ~shame for their 266 3, 52 | unbelievers unto belief, but to put them to shame for their 267 3, 52 | chastisement of the ~Deluge was put off: accordingly (Peter) 268 3, 52 | place: indeed, all places ~put together could not comprise 269 3, 52 | shall blush, and the sun ~be put to shame," etc.~Aquin.: 270 3, 53 | according to Lk. 1:52: ~"He hath put down the mighty from their 271 3, 53 | day, since ~our rising is put off until the end of the 272 3, 53 | resurrection ~of the rest is put off until the end of the 273 3, 54 | to Thomas (Jn. 20:27): "Put in thy finger ~hither, and 274 3, 54 | bring hither thy hand, and put it into My ~side, and be 275 3, 55 | helps for belief. Hence, to put to shame ~the faith of some 276 3, 57 | super Joan.): "For even to put ~the faithful beside the 277 3, 57 | beside the unbeliever is to put the unbeliever to shame"; ~ 278 3, 59 | Church, and that God has "put all ~things under His feet." 279 3, 60 | the sacraments, but were put to that use through a ~vow, 280 3, 62 | baptized in Christ have put on ~Christ." And man is 281 3, 64 | faithful; lest they should put their trust in men, and 282 3, 66 | because Christ's ~Passion put an end to the figurative 283 3, 66 | Nicholas I, answering questions put to him by the ~Bulgars, 284 3, 66 | sacrament of Baptism water is put to the use of a ~washing 285 3, 66 | or some part thereof, is put under water, just as ~Christ' 286 3, 66 | just as ~Christ's body was put under the earth.~Aquin.: 287 3, 67 | synecdoche in ~which the whole is put for the part.~Aquin.: SMT 288 3, 68 | baptized in Christ, have put on ~Christ." Consequently 289 3, 68 | who approach Baptism are put to this test, ~when their 290 3, 68 | baptized in Christ, have put on Christ." Now so long 291 3, 68 | delivery of the ~infants, one put forth a hand, whereon the 292 3, 69 | when "this mortal hath put on immortality" (1 Cor. 293 3, 69 | baptized ~in Christ Jesus, have put on Christ." But all that 294 3, 69 | Christ. Therefore they all put on Christ: and ~this is 295 3, 69 | sacrament. And thus all put on ~Christ, through being 296 3, 70 | But now Baptism is not put off until the eighth day, 297 3, 70 | hand, sometimes Baptism is put off ~until after the eighth 298 3, 71 | Then the salt which ~is put in the mouth, and the anointing 299 3, 72 | When I became a ~man, I put away the things of a child." 300 3, 72 | are blessed before being put to sacramental use. This 301 3, 75 | It is a mystery that I put before you: in its spiritual 302 3, 75 | It ~is a mystery that I put before you; in its spiritual 303 3, 76 | there the word flesh is put for the ~entire body, because 304 3, 77 | consecration other wine be put in the chalice, it is not 305 3, 78 | rendered to God, prayer is put up ~for the people, for 306 3, 78 | because the container is put for the contained, so that 307 3, 79 | deceitful," ~yet He is not put to flight by venial sins. 308 3, 80 | other, they should not be put in contra-distinction to 309 3, 80 | suspected ~of crime in order to put them to proof. Because we 310 3, 82 | ordination: for thereby he is put upon a level with them to ~ 311 3, 82 | Para. 2/2~Again, the prayer put up in the mass can be considered 312 3, 82 | joined together, let no man put asunder." And therefore 313 3, 83 | they are to be burned, or put to the use ~of brethren 314 3, 83 | there ~is no common prayer put up for the salvation of 315 3, 83 | threefold; the ~part offered and put into the chalice signifies 316 3, 83 | however, say that the part put into the chalice denotes 317 3, 83 | according to ~this, by the part put into the chalice are denoted 318 3, 83 | are denoted ~by the part put into the chalice. And it 319 3, 83 | observed that the part ~put into the chalice ought not 320 3, 83 | know that poison has been put in by some ~evilly disposed 321 3, 83 | that only a third part is put into the chalice.~Aquin.: 322 3, 83 | have happened ~amiss is put right, either by employing 323 3, 83 | incomplete, he ought to put other ~wine into the chalice, 324 3, 83 | perceive that no wine has been put in the chalice, and if he 325 3, 83 | let the water be taken and put away nigh to the altar." 326 3, 83 | be burned, and ~the ashes put in the sacrarium, as was 327 3, 87 | dust; so too, a stain is put on the ~soul, in one way, 328 Suppl, 1 | necessary that man should put aside entirely his ~attachment 329 Suppl, 6 | with it, e.g. if ~a man put off being baptized through 330 Suppl, 11| the contrary, No one can put another under a new obligation, 331 Suppl, 11| being his superior, cannot put him under an ~obligation 332 Suppl, 12| although sometimes one is put for the other. Now equalization ~ 333 Suppl, 12| Therefore it should not be put in the definition ~of satisfaction.~ 334 Suppl, 13| present state of life, to put forth ~his whole power into 335 Suppl, 23| of other matters so as to put him at his ease and to ~ 336 Suppl, 25| seem that a man ought to put aside all ~other kinds of 337 Suppl, 28| orders the ministers to put them out of the church, 338 Suppl, 28| not proper for a woman to put aside her hair when doing ~ 339 Suppl, 37| to the ~end that they be put into the chalice,* and again 340 Suppl, 41| joined together let no man put asunder." Therefore matrimony 341 Suppl, 44| Now "marital union" is put in the definition of matrimony. ~ 342 Suppl, 48| joined together let no man put asunder." But a union ~that 343 Suppl, 49| follows that they cannot be put asunder. Hence ~there is 344 Suppl, 53| orders, you shall compel to put his wife ~away." But this 345 Suppl, 54| joined ~together let no man put asunder." But God joined 346 Suppl, 54| Therefore they should not be put asunder ~by a human law.~ 347 Suppl, 55| joined together let no man put asunder" (Mt. ~19:6). Since 348 Suppl, 55| account always to be bound to put away his wife, ~because 349 Suppl, 58| marriage. And in order to ~put this to practical proof 350 Suppl, 59| 6) Whether a husband may put aside his wife on account 351 Suppl, 59| dwell with him, let him not ~put her away." But she is not 352 Suppl, 59| Therefore a believer is bound to put away a wife who does not ~ 353 Suppl, 59| husband has the same power to put away an unbelieving wife 354 Suppl, 59| remain with her, as he has to put away an adulterous wife 355 Suppl, 59| amendment he is free to put her away. In like manner ~ 356 Suppl, 59| with the first, and must put ~the others away. If, however, 357 Suppl, 59| whom he had divorced and to put the other away.~Aquin.: 358 Suppl, 59| can, after his conversion, put away his unbelieving ~wife 359 Suppl, 59| after his conversion, cannot put ~away his unbelieving wife 360 Suppl, 59| can a ~believing husband put away his unbelieving wife.~ 361 Suppl, 59| that he would be free to put her ~away, the husband could 362 Suppl, 59| a ~bondwoman, he cannot put her away on account of her 363 Suppl, 59| in like manner he cannot put her ~away on account of 364 Suppl, 59| Therefore ~he cannot lawfully put away his unbelieving wife.~ 365 Suppl, 59| adulterous husband cannot put away an adulterous ~wife, 366 Suppl, 59| neither can ~the believer put aside the unbeliever, even 367 Suppl, 59| than carnal. But a man can ~put his wife away, as to cohabitation, 368 Suppl, 59| 5:5. Now a ~wife may be put away on account of idolatry. 369 Suppl, 59| like manner she ~can be put away on account of covetousness, 370 Suppl, 59| 5:32): "Whosoever shall put away his ~wife, excepting 371 Suppl, 59| adulterous wife, and having put her away, ~could take another 372 Suppl, 61| joined together ~let no man put asunder." But the union 373 Suppl, 62| lawful for a husband to put his wife away on account ~ 374 Suppl, 62| so? ~(3) Whether he may put her away at his own judgment?~( 375 Suppl, 62| lawful for a husband to put away his wife on account 376 Suppl, 62| unlawful for a husband to put away his wife on ~account 377 Suppl, 62| spouse. ~Therefore one can put the other away on account 378 Suppl, 62| Lord permitted a man to put away his wife on account ~ 379 Suppl, 62| which it is not lawful to put away a wife who has committed 380 Suppl, 62| husband is bound by precept to put away his wife when she is ~ 381 Suppl, 62| husband is bound by precept to put away ~his wife who is guilty 382 Suppl, 62| 11, "Let not the husband put ~away his wife" says that " 383 Suppl, 62| Lord permitted a wife to be put away on ~account of fornication." 384 Suppl, 62| husband is not bound to put her away: whereas if she 385 Suppl, 62| can on his own judgment put away his wife on account ~ 386 Suppl, 62| can on his own judgment put away ~his wife on account 387 Suppl, 62| judgment, that a husband may ~put his wife away on account 388 Suppl, 62| man . . . "was minded to put" Mary "away privately." 389 Suppl, 62| obtain his end, ~whether he put his wife away, or his wife 390 Suppl, 62| his wife away, or his wife put him away. Therefore she ~ 391 Suppl, 62| by ~his own judgment to put away his wife on account 392 Suppl, 62| consequently ~he cannot put her away on his own judgment.~ 393 Suppl, 62| answer that, A husband can put away his wife in two ways. 394 Suppl, 62| bed only, and thus he may put her away on his own judgment, 395 Suppl, 62| in this way she cannot be put away except at the judgment 396 Suppl, 62| Church; and if she has been put away otherwise, he must 397 Suppl, 62| 2: Joseph was minded to put away the Blessed Virgin 398 Suppl, 62| since the husband could put away his wife, but not " 399 Suppl, 62| husband was allowed to put away his wife by a bill 400 Suppl, 62| the husband is bound to put away his wife forever on 401 Suppl, 62| sin. ~But if she who is put away on account of the sin 402 Suppl, 62| 19:9): "Whosoever shall put away his ~wife, except it 403 Suppl, 62| whose adultery is unknown put away his ~wife, who is convicted 404 Suppl, 62| allowable for the husband not to put her away after ~fornication. 405 Suppl, 62| husband not to ~accuse or put away the wife who is guilty 406 Suppl, 64| menstruous woman both shall be put to death. ~Therefore it 407 Suppl, 64| ignorance, the wife may put forward ~some motive, or 408 Suppl, 65| never ~lawful for a wife to put aside her own husband and 409 Suppl, 67| it may become lawful to put away a wife?~(3) Whether 410 Suppl, 67| that time it ~is lawful to put away a wife without prejudice 411 Suppl, 67| lawful by dispensation to put away a wife?~Aquin.: SMT 412 Suppl, 67| lawful by dispensation to put away ~a wife. For in marriage 413 Suppl, 67| no dispensation could he put his wife away.~Aquin.: SMT 414 Suppl, 67| dispensation for a man to put away his wife.~Aquin.: SMT 415 Suppl, 67| therefore it would ~seem that to put away one's wife is not contrary 416 Suppl, 67| When thou shalt hate ~her, put her away." Since then that 417 Suppl, 67| under the Law those who put away their wives, after 418 Suppl, 67| been a ~sin for a man to put away his wife, this ought 419 Suppl, 67| they say that although to put away one's ~wife is wrong 420 Suppl, 67| that a wife ~ought to be put away, not as though this 421 Suppl, 67| shall marry ~her that is put away committeth adultery." 422 Suppl, 67| dispensation: wherefore having put one away ~he could marry 423 Suppl, 67| Gospel ~allows a man to put away his wife; "and again, 424 Suppl, 67| judgment of him who first put her away as being defiled," ~ 425 Suppl, 67| namely for the husband to put away the wife, and for the ~ 426 Suppl, 67| the moment that she was put away she could not be taken 427 Suppl, 67| When thou shalt hate her put her ~away." Therefore, etc.~ 428 Suppl, 67| and seek ~occasions to put her away"* alleging that 429 Suppl, 67| and he shall be unable to put ~her away all the days of 430 Suppl, 67| case by being unable to ~put away his wife for ever, 431 Suppl, 67| xix, 26) the bill was ~put into writing in order to 432 Suppl, 69| law for God? Wouldst thou ~put the apostles in chains, 433 Suppl, 71| Trajan was in hell, since "he put many ~martyrs to a cruel 434 Suppl, 71| conjunction than ~anything else we put on."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 435 Suppl, 74| moments which the Father hath put in His own power." Much 436 Suppl, 74| moments which the Father hath put in His own power," ~whereby, 437 Suppl, 79| result. Hence "mortal" is put in the definition of man, 438 Suppl, 80| fill a place, which being put in a place, nevertheless 439 Suppl, 80| a dimension of the body put in occupation of ~the place 440 Suppl, 85| moments which ~the Father hath put in His own power," as though 441 Suppl, 88| This corruptible must put on incorruption, and this 442 Suppl, 88| incorruption, and this mortal must ~put on immortality"; and consequently 443 Suppl, 93| Therefore even though he be put to death in ~order to keep 444 Suppl, 93| instance those ~who were put to death by drowning, starvation, 445 Suppl, 96| xxxiv): "The wicked only put an end to sinning because 446 Appen1, 1| who through neglect have put off ~being baptized until


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