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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Moses, the ~teacher of the Jews; and of Paul, the teacher 2 1, 19 | saved, ~males and females, Jews and Gentiles, great and 3 1, 21 | attributes the conversion of the Jews to ~justice and truth, but 4 1, 21 | in the conversion of ~the Jews and of the Gentiles. But 5 1, 21 | in the ~conversion of the Jews which is not seen in the 6 1, 21 | Gentiles; inasmuch as the Jews were saved on account of 7 1, 23 | Gentiles in that of the Jews. He who is ~substituted 8 1, 25 | show them to ~refute the Jews. Therefore God can do what 9 1, 40 | from creatures; as the Jews understand it.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 40 | from creatures; as the Jews understand it.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 88 | not being received by ~the Jews as canonical Scripture.~ 12 1, 113 | what the Lord said of the ~Jews (Jn. 8:44): "You are of 13 1, 113 | Him by ~instigating the Jews to kill Him. Therefore it 14 2, 20 | action evil, as that of the Jews. Therefore one and the same 15 2, 79 | the case of some ~of the Jews, who were blinded so as 16 2, 94 | and when he ~ordered the Jews to borrow and purloin the 17 2, 98 | 6) while speaking to the Jews, to ~whom the Law was given: " 18 2, 98 | should have been given to the Jews alone?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 19 2, 98 | have been given to the ~Jews alone. For the Old Law disposed 20 2, 98 | was to ~come not to the Jews alone but to all nations, 21 2, 98 | of the angels not to ~the Jews alone, but to all nations: 22 2, 98 | Law being given ~to the Jews rather than to other peoples, 23 2, 98 | 4: "To whom," namely the Jews, "belongeth the ~adoption 24 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Jews could not be saved without 25 2, 98 | observance of the Old Law, the Jews would ~be in a worse plight 26 2, 101 | Because, in the Old ~Law, the Jews were given certain precepts 27 2, 101 | arise in the hearts of the Jews, were ~they to fulfil all 28 2, 102 | of the New Law. Hence the Jews alone worked at ~the building 29 2, 102 | firmly in the hearts of the Jews, they received in their ~ 30 2, 102 | condemnation of the unbelieving Jews, or ~the purification of 31 2, 102 | water: either because the Jews became ~unclean through 32 2, 102 | were ~written on it. The Jews indeed pretend that on the 33 2, 102 | have been forbidden to the ~Jews: for instance (Lev. 19:19): " 34 2, 102 | those ~animals which the Jews were allowed to eat, but 35 2, 102 | seethed, i.e. slain, by the Jews, "in the milk of its ~dam," 36 2, 102 | way, they professed to be Jews: and consequently the very 37 2, 102 | i.e. ~with Gentiles or Jews.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 38 2, 102 | into idolatry to which the Jews were inclined. The other ~ 39 2, 103 | they should scandalize ~the Jews and hinder their conversion. 40 2, 103 | did not wish the converted Jews to be ~debarred at once 41 2, 103 | avoid giving scandal to the Jews, of ~whom he was the Apostle. 42 2, 103 | he should scandalize the Jews, the result being that he ~ 43 2, 103 | the union of Gentiles ~and Jews living side by side. Because 44 2, 103 | strangled were ~loathsome to the Jews by ancient custom; while 45 2, 103 | ancient custom; while the Jews might have ~suspected the 46 2, 103 | during which the Gentiles and Jews were to become ~united together. 47 2, 105 | and ~especially were the Jews inclined to cruelty and 48 2, 105 | suitable precepts. For the Jews were offered three opportunities 49 2, 105 | close relations with the Jews (viz., the Egyptians among ~ 50 2, 105 | father, especially among the Jews, where the ~divine worship 51 2, 105 | of ~the proneness of the Jews to avarice; and in order 52 2, 105 | unmitigated evil for the Jews, who did everything with 53 2, 105 | speaking, but on account of the Jews' hardness of ~heart, as 54 2, 107 | broken the sabbath; since the Jews used to say of Him (Jn. ~ 55 2, 107 | so that the state of the Jews ~who were subject to the 56 2, 108 | with all goods." But the Jews so ~distorted the true meaning 57 2, 3 | without offense to the Jews and to the gentiles and 58 2, 10 | such is the unbelief of the Jews, or in the very ~manifestation 59 2, 10 | more ~important points than Jews and heretics; since they 60 2, 10 | there is some good in ~the Jews, since they believe in the 61 2, 10 | justice, ~whereas heretics and Jews have abandoned it after 62 2, 10 | grievous sin than that of the Jews, who have never accepted ~ 63 2, 10 | err on more points than ~Jews, and these in more points 64 2, 10 | than the unbelief of the Jews, and that of the Jews than ~ 65 2, 10 | the Jews, and that of the Jews than ~that of the heretics, 66 2, 10 | strength, and confounded the Jews," and that "he spoke . . . 67 2, 10 | unbelievers, for instance, Jews or heretics, or ~pagans 68 2, 10 | prescribes, with regard to the Jews, that for the future, ~none 69 2, 10 | as the heathens and the Jews: and these are by no means ~ 70 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Those Jews who have in no way received 71 2, 10 | have unbelievers, either Jews, or ~pagans, or Saracens, 72 2, 10 | faith, viz. with pagans and Jews, because she has not the 73 2, 10 | faith, such as pagans or Jews, especially if there be 74 2, 10 | into whose territory the ~Jews were about to enter. For 75 2, 10 | this, because ~since those Jews themselves are subject to 76 2, 10 | to work on the land ~of Jews, because this does not entail 77 2, 10 | Further, the rites of the Jews are compared to idolatry, 78 2, 10 | follows that even the rites of Jews ought not to be ~tolerated.~ 79 2, 10 | sincera] says, speaking of the Jews: "They should be allowed 80 2, 10 | Thus from the fact that the Jews observe ~their rites, which, 81 2, 10 | Whether the children of Jews and other unbelievers ought 82 2, 10 | seem that the children of Jews and of other unbelievers ~ 83 2, 10 | Since, then, the children of Jews and other unbelievers ~are 84 2, 10 | power of his master. Now the Jews are bondsmen of kings and ~ 85 2, 10 | would be an ~injustice to Jews if their children were to 86 2, 10 | baptize the children of the Jews against the will of their ~ 87 2, 10 | assertion, that the children of Jews ~should be baptized against 88 2, 10 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Jews are bondsmen of princes 89 2, 11 | unbelief in pagans and ~Jews. Secondly, because, though 90 2, 11 | so were there ~among the Jews, and Pharisees, as Isidore 91 2, 11 | Just as the heresies of the Jews and Pharisees were about ~ 92 2, 13 | his human nature. Now the Jews began by speaking ~blasphemy 93 2, 13 | Our Lord say this to ~the Jews, as though they had sinned 94 2, 13 | Hom. xlii in Matth.), the Jews are said not to ~be forgiven 95 2, 38 | written (1 Machab 2:41): The Jews rightly ~determined . . . 96 2, 38 | Our Lord argued with the Jews, saying (Jn. 7:23): "Are 97 2, 41 | gentiles, and not as the ~Jews do, how dost thou compel 98 2, 41 | gentiles to live as do the Jews?" ~Therefore active scandal 99 2, 41 | avoid the scandal of the Jews, because he did this ~somewhat 100 2, 76 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The Jews were forbidden to take usury 101 2, 76 | brethren, ~i.e. from other Jews. By this we are given to 102 2, 76 | should take usury from the Jews who ~were worshippers of 103 2, 76 | not lend. Accordingly ~the Jews are promised in reward an 104 2, 80 | De Pass. Dom.] ~that the Jews "out of devotion to the 105 2, 82 | according to the rite of the Jews who adored in ~Jerusalem, 106 2, 84 | land of promise to ~the Jews by a special favor, so by 107 2, 85 | occupations as the other Jews did. On the other hand ~ 108 2, 87 | For it ~is known that the Jews have this most evil custom 109 2, 87 | Hence Jerome adds that "the Jews, through ~swearing by the 110 2, 88 | imitate the rites of the Jews, we should use the power 111 2, 89 | of seeming to imitate the Jews. Therefore in like manner 112 2, 92 | nor ~uncleanness, as the Jews held.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] 113 2, 92 | statues of men: and the Jews say that Ismael was the 114 2, 95 | severely punished in the Jews than was the ~sin of idolatry; 115 2, 97 | any man shall allow the Jews to hold public offices, ~" 116 2, 102 | innocent son (Gn. 22); and the Jews to ~steal the property of 117 2, 102 | justice that He commanded the Jews ~to take things belonging 118 2, 106 | lays the descendants of the Jews under the ban of punishment, 119 2, 108 | the first-born, i.e. the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 120 2, 108 | of kindliness towards the Jews, and their ~reverence and 121 2, 145 | the very same ~time as the Jews, nor for the same reasons. 122 2, 146 | man spiritually. But the Jews, ~against whom our Lord 123 2, 152 | to cause dispute between Jews and ~Gentiles, and thus 124 2, 152 | natural reason: whereas the Jews, taught by the Divine law, ~ 125 2, 152 | mentioned were loathsome ~to the Jews through custom introduced 126 2, 152 | they were loathsome to the ~Jews, as stated above (FS, Q[ 127 2, 159 | 2:15): "We by nature are Jews, ~and not of the Gentiles, 128 2, 172 | this name is signified by ~Jews in the word "Adonai" on 129 2, 173 | the ~first Teacher of the Jews, so was Paul the first " 130 2, 174 | one ~nation, namely the Jews. Consequently, although 131 2, 174 | 14:23), for instance ~the Jews deemed the apostles drunk 132 2, 183 | were sent to preach ~to the Jews, so that they might be encouraged 133 2, 185 | says, "namely, to the Jews who sent ~preachers from 134 2, 187 | says (Regist. xi, Ep. 15): Jews "should be ~persuaded to 135 2, 187 | wicked endeavors of the Jews, after the ~preaching of 136 2, 187 | the reference is to the Jews even at the time when it 137 3, 3 | Personality of God, as the Jews consider. And the assumption 138 3, 4 | greater sinners than the Jews, as a ~gloss says on Gal. 139 3, 4 | 15: "For we by nature are Jews, and not of the ~Gentiles, 140 3, 7 | in the one nation of the Jews, as He Himself says (Mt. ~ 141 3, 9 | is said (Jn. 7:15): "The Jews ~wondered, saying: How doth 142 3, 15 | His ~disciples, or of the Jews that killed Him. And hence, 143 3, 21 | pardoned this ~sin, since the Jews were punished on account 144 3, 21 | it at the hands of ~the Jews; what He besought was not 145 3, 29 | should be stoned by the Jews as an adulteress." But this 146 3, 29 | could we blame Herod or the ~Jews if they seem to persecute 147 3, 29 | should be stoned ~by the Jews as an adulteress," as Jerome 148 3, 31 | of Joseph." For among the Jews there were some ~who believed 149 3, 31 | 5): "Of whom" (viz. the Jews) "is Christ according to 150 3, 31 | Christ would pass from the Jews to ~the Gentiles."~Aquin.: 151 3, 35 | 5) that Christ is of the Jews "according to ~the flesh, 152 3, 35 | But He is not ~of the Jews except through the Blessed 153 3, 36 | thy scepter." That the ~Jews were troubled, who, on the 154 3, 36 | might be ~made known to the Jews before the Gentiles. Therefore 155 3, 36 | and His Apostles to the Jews and afterwards to the Gentiles, ~ 156 3, 36 | the ~first-fruits of the Jews, as being near to Him; and 157 3, 36 | region inhabited ~by the Jews. Yet it is to be believed 158 3, 36 | that were hidden from the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 159 3, 36 | that of the intellect. The Jews, ~however, were accustomed 160 3, 36 | the ~shepherds, who, being Jews, were accustomed to frequent 161 3, 36 | Hom. x in Evang.): "To the Jews, as rational beings, it 162 3, 36 | indicate the King of the Jews."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 163 3, 36 | and other believers of the Jews, to whom the faith of Christ 164 3, 36 | came ~to the fulness of the Jews, which is foreshadowed in 165 3, 36 | forestalled the generality of ~the Jews in the justice which is 166 3, 36 | before the fulness of the Jews, yet the first-fruits of 167 3, 36 | the first-fruits of the Jews preceded ~the first-fruits 168 3, 36 | east of the country of ~the Jews. In this case Herod killed 169 3, 36 | that is born King ~of the Jews? For we have seen His star 170 3, 36 | belong to the kingdom of the Jews. ~Therefore, since they 171 3, 36 | born was ~the "King of the Jews," it seems unbecoming that 172 3, 36 | that is born King of the ~Jews?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 173 3, 36 | Though many kings of the Jews had been born and died, 174 3, 36 | homage to such a king as the Jews were wont to have. But they ~ 175 3, 36 | it hid itself until the Jews also bore testimony of the ~ 176 3, 36 | Epiphany (cxcix). But the Jews, by indicating to them the 177 3, 36 | afar, the indolence of the Jews who lived near at hand, 178 3, 37 | order to take away from the Jews an excuse for not receiving 179 3, 37 | was customary among the Jews to name children on the 180 3, 37 | order to take away from the ~Jews an excuse for calumniating 181 3, 38 | be ~added to it. But the Jews observed a superfluity of 182 3, 38 | the Pharisees and all the Jews eat not without ~often washing 183 3, 38 | work a sign. Yet when ~the Jews asked him why he baptized, 184 3, 39 | between the baptism of the Jews and that of ~Christ." But " 185 3, 40 | particularly attracted the Jews." Therefore it seems ~that 186 3, 40 | take the same food as the Jews. Therefore, unless our Lord 187 3, 40 | Thirdly, to deprive the Jews of an excuse ~for slandering 188 3, 40 | the Sabbath: although the Jews threw this false accusation 189 3, 42 | should have preached to the Jews only, or to the ~Gentiles 190 3, 42 | avoided the opposition of the ~Jews?~(3) Whether He should have 191 3, 42 | preached not only to the Jews, but also to the ~Gentiles?~ 192 3, 42 | preached not only to the ~Jews, but also to the Gentiles. 193 3, 42 | thing" that He preached to Jews alone, and not ~to the Gentiles.~ 194 3, 42 | the Gentiles than to the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 195 3, 42 | directed at first to the Jews ~alone. First, in order 196 3, 42 | which had been made to the Jews of old, and not to the ~ 197 3, 42 | apostle and preacher of the Jews, ~"for the truth of God, 198 3, 42 | made known first to the Jews, who, by believing in and 199 3, 42 | that He was sent to the Jews first." And so we read ~( 200 3, 42 | shall be saved," i.e. of the Jews, ~"to the Gentiles . . . 201 3, 42 | in order to deprive the Jews of ground for quibbling. 202 3, 42 | coming to be announced to the Jews first, lest they ~should 203 3, 42 | mortified by the unbelief of the Jews, multiplied by the ~faith 204 3, 42 | Gentiles equally with the Jews, in order ~that He might 205 3, 42 | appear as being sent to the Jews, as to the first-born ~people; 206 3, 42 | should have preached to the Jews without offending them?~ 207 3, 42 | should have preached to the Jews ~without offending them. 208 3, 42 | Be without offense to the Jews, and to the ~Gentiles, and 209 3, 42 | avoided giving offense to the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 210 3, 42 | teaching ~occasioned among the Jews, it was deprived of its 211 3, 42 | priests and princes of the ~Jews were the elders of that 212 3, 42 | and ~the princes of the Jews were by their malice a considerable 213 3, 43 | rebuked the blasphemy of the Jews, who ~said that He cast 214 3, 44 | therefore for persuading ~the Jews to crucify Him was not that 215 3, 44 | not ~wish the envy of the Jews to be aroused thereby" [* 216 3, 44 | written (Acts 4:13) that the Jews, "seeing the ~constancy 217 3, 45 | unhurt from the hands of the Jews who wished to hurl Him down 218 3, 45 | they show how ~falsely the Jews "accused Him of transgressing 219 3, 46 | something from Gentiles and from Jews; from men and from women, 220 3, 46 | especially the fall of the Jews and of the others who ~sinned 221 3, 46 | day of the ~moon, when the Jews sacrificed the Pasch: hence 222 3, 46 | stated (Jn. 18:28) ~that the Jews "went not into Pilate's 223 3, 46 | lxxxii in Joan.): "The Jews celebrated the ~Pasch then; 224 3, 46 | in Matth.): but that the Jews, being ~busied in compassing 225 3, 46 | Consequently Christ and the Jews celebrated the ancient Pasch 226 3, 46 | being held and bound by the Jews, He hallowed the opening ~ 227 3, 46 | day of the Pasch with the Jews: and so the same day which 228 3, 46 | meaning the whole feast of the Jews, which lasted seven ~days.~ 229 3, 46 | the third hour when the Jews clamored for the Lord to 230 3, 46 | great a crime ~from the Jews to the soldiers, he says: ' 231 3, 46 | Jewish Temple, lest the Jews might take away the saving 232 3, 46 | intention ~on the part of the Jews, and from quite another 233 3, 46 | to the intention of the Jews, Chrysostom remarks (Hom. ~ 234 3, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Jews were punished for slaying 235 3, 46 | quoted goes on to say: "The Jews did not ~crucify one who 236 3, 47 | Gentiles, or rather of the Jews?~(5) Whether His slayers 237 3, 47 | betrayed Christ to ~the Jews, according to Jn. 6:71: " 238 3, 47 | who was to betray Him. The Jews are likewise reviled for ~ 239 3, 47 | betrayed Christ from greed, the Jews ~from envy, and Pilate from 240 3, 47 | sin in His death. But the Jews ~sinned in His death, on 241 3, 47 | not ~the Gentiles but the Jews who offered the figurative 242 3, 47 | as related Jn. 5:18, "the Jews sought to kill" Christ ~ 243 3, 47 | against the Law of the Jews: hence they themselves said ( 244 3, 47 | the Gentiles, but of the Jews, and that what they said 245 3, 47 | first of all among the Jews, very many of whom were 246 3, 47 | Afterwards, by the ~preaching of Jews, Christ's Passion passed 247 3, 47 | sufferings at ~the hands of the Jews, and, after they had delivered 248 3, 47 | petition might accrue to Jews and ~Gentiles, Christ willed 249 3, 47 | Tract. cxiv in Joan.): "The Jews said ~that 'it is not lawful 250 3, 47 | that the rulers ~of the Jews crucified the Son of God, 251 3, 47 | manifestly. ~Therefore the Jews, knowing Christ, inflicted 252 3, 47 | Therefore it seems that the Jews in crucifying Christ knew ~ 253 3, 47 | Peter, ~addressing the Jews, says: "I know that you 254 3, 47 | I answer that, Among the Jews some were elders, and others 255 3, 47 | lest he avoid sinning. The Jews ~therefore sinned, as crucifiers 256 3, 47 | A[5]), the rulers of the Jews knew that ~He was the Christ: 257 3, 47 | malice of their will. The Jews also of the common order 258 3, 47 | to the rulers among the Jews, but to the common people.~ 259 3, 47 | the unjust action of the Jews. Consequently ~Christ's 260 3, 51 | who was "a ruler ~of the Jews," as John states (Jn. 3: 261 3, 51 | Him "as the manner of the Jews is to bury," Augustine says ( 262 3, 55 | delivered from fear of the Jews."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 263 3, 66 | especially in regard to the Jews, to whom all things were ~ 264 3, 66 | obligatory, not only on the Jews, but ~also on the Gentiles, 265 3, 66 | Christ, which was hateful to Jews and Gentiles, might ~become 266 3, 67 | the unbaptized, whether Jews or pagans, can confer the ~ 267 3, 68 | Whether the children of Jews should be baptized against 268 3, 68 | Agde (Can. ~xxxiv): "If Jews whose bad faith often "returns 269 3, 68 | This decree concerning the Jews was for a safeguard to the ~ 270 3, 68 | 1/1~Whether children of Jews or other unbelievers be 271 3, 68 | It seems that children of Jews or other unbelievers should 272 3, 68 | power of ~their masters. But Jews and all other unbelievers 273 3, 68 | can have the children ~of Jews baptized, as well as those 274 3, 68 | Toledo: "In regard to the Jews the holy synod commands 275 3, 68 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Jews are slaves of rulers by 276 3, 70 | instituted as binding, not the Jews only, ~but also all nations.~ 277 3, 70 | divine precept; nor did the Jews, as a rule, make use of 278 3, 70 | or from the custom of the Jews. Wherefore it is ~better 279 3, 74 | have read in Ex. 12, the Jews, according ~to the Law, 280 3, 74 | fermented in the houses of the Jews, as is ~stated in Ex. 12: 281 3, 74 | found ~in the houses of the Jews, as stated above. Fuller 282 3, 74 | be Judaizing, because the Jews ~offered up fermented bread 283 3, 78 | in the elect among the Jews, to whom the blood of the 284 3, 78 | expressly, "for you," ~the Jews, "and for many," namely 285 3, 83 | crucified by the tongues of the Jews (Mk. 15:25), and when the 286 3, 83 | within the ~city of the Jews, but in the open country, 287 3, 83 | they Gentiles, heretics, or Jews, until the mass of the ~ 288 3, 83 | God, of Judas, and of ~the Jews; and this is signified by 289 3, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: Some of the Jews thought that a man could 290 Suppl, 40| rather than that of the Jews.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 291 Suppl, 59| time of the apostles, both Jews ~and Gentiles were everywhere 292 Suppl, 59| however, as time went on the Jews became more obstinate than 293 Suppl, 59| par, namely Gentiles and ~Jews, because both are obstinate; 294 Suppl, 65| ceremonial laws of the ~Jews, though not contrary to 295 Suppl, 65| difference of opinion ~between Jews and Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT 296 Suppl, 67| that Moses granted the ~Jews the bill of divorce by reason 297 Suppl, 67| its guilt, for while the Jews acted as though they were 298 Suppl, 67| wife-murder to which the Jews ~were prone on account of 299 Suppl, 71| the law forbiddeth to the Jews," ~and yet we read further 300 Suppl, 72| Thesbite will appear, the Jews will believe, Antichrist 301 Suppl, 78| perfection of beatitude, as the ~Jews and Turks maintain, and 302 Suppl, 85| Daniel ~9: wherefore the Jews are reproached for not knowing 303 Suppl, 96| as He had mercy both on Jews ~and on Gentiles, but not


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