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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | thy house, for thou shalt die, and not live" ~(Is. 38: 2 1, 19 | necessary that animals should die, being ~compounded of contrary 3 1, 23 | considered in himself to die in mortal sin; yet it is 4 1, 88 | king Josias that ~he should die, lest he should see his 5 2, 4 | blessed'] ~are the dead who die in the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 19 | whom He foresees about to die ~in mortal sin. If therefore 7 2, 42 | all ~know that they shall die, but as death is not near, 8 2, 72 | to the flesh, you shall die. But if ~by the spirit you 9 2, 79 | wicked: 'Thou shalt surely die' [*Vulg.: "If, when I say 10 2, 79 | wicked, 'Thou shalt surely die,' thou declare it not to 11 2, 81 | of the seed of Adam, will die: since those who will be 12 2, 81 | of our Lord, will never die, as, seemingly, may be gathered ~ 13 2, 81 | coming of our Lord, will die, and rise ~again shortly, 14 2, 81 | hold, that they will never ~die, (an opinion which Jerome 15 2, 81 | although they are not to die, the debt of ~death is none 16 2, 85 | defect: thus some sicken and die through ~eating too much. 17 2, 87 | thy sin; thou shalt not die. Nevertheless ~because thou 18 2, 87 | that is born to thee shall die." Therefore a man is ~punished 19 2, 89 | saw that the woman did not die when she had taken the forbidden ~ 20 2, 89 | 3:3): "Lest perhaps we die." Now these apparently were 21 2, 94 | both guilty and innocent, die the death of ~nature: which 22 2, 102 | in the air. Again, fish die as ~soon as they are taken 23 2, 102 | because the ~Godhead cannot die: hence it flew away, for 24 2, 102 | those who like ~others to die or to fight among themselves 25 2, 105 | a borrowed animal should die while ~the owner is present, 26 2, 105 | or ~mother, dying let him die." The Law also recognized 27 2, 105 | held in deposit were to die or ~depreciate in value; 28 2, 105 | bondwoman ~with a rod, and they die under his hands . . . if 29 2, 105 | instance if the servant did not die at once after being ~struck, 30 2, 105 | yet ~so that he did not die at once, but "walked abroad 31 2, 11 | flock, burn, perish, rot, die. ~Arius was but one spark 32 2, 12 | the Lord, dying let him die." Now the death punishment 33 2, 18 | Job 3:11, "Why did I not ~die in the womb?" Gregory says ( 34 2, 19 | will that a sinner should die . . ~. and not that he should 35 2, 19 | good works that they may die." In this way fear of God 36 2, 25 | or mother, dying let him die," which does not apply to ~ 37 2, 31 | the mount, dying he shall ~die.'] and (2 Kgs. 6:7) it is 38 2, 38 | timore) that if "a ~man die for the true faith, or to 39 2, 52 | life [Vulg.: 'way'] shall die."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] A[ 40 2, 62 | killed himself, "choosing to die nobly rather than to fall 41 2, 62 | sinful and the righteous die. Hence he who at God's command 42 2, 62 | and be wounded so as to die; he ~that slew him shall 43 2, 63 | with the rod, he shall not die. Thou ~shalt beat him with 44 2, 65 | Dt. 19:12,13): "He shall die. Thou shalt not ~pity him."~ 45 2, 67 | a man were condemned to die of hunger, he does not sin 46 2, 68 | three ~witnesses shall he die that is to be slain," and 47 2, 74 | or mother, dying let him die." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] 48 2, 86 | foolish to vow that one would die or ~that one would not fly. ~ 49 2, 93 | them is to flee, lest all die and ~the Church be forsaken, 50 2, 98 | Baptism, and should rather die without being ~baptized, 51 2, 120 | who honor their parents die young, and ~on the contrary 52 2, 122 | be a martyr if he were to die for confessing a truth of 53 2, 122 | those would be martyrs who die for the defense ~of their 54 2, 122 | the martyrdom of those who die in a just war. ~Therefore 55 2, 123 | Ethic. iii, 7), that "to die in order to ~escape poverty, 56 2, 162 | clearly untrue, since some die sooner, and some more painfully, 57 2, 162 | is good, while good men ~die well, although death is 58 2, 162 | thus a person is said to die, when he is in motion towards ~ 59 2, 162 | many years, they began to die on the day when they heard 60 2, 169 | house, for thou shalt surely die, and shalt not live," and ~ 61 2, 169 | of Is. 38:1: "Thou ~shalt die, and not live"; in other 62 2, 171 | thy house, for thou shalt die and ~not live," says: "Prophets 63 2, 171 | prophesied that Jesus should die for the nation," etc. Now 64 2, 185 | chance a brother happen to die while on a visit." But just 65 2, 187 | are clothed in filth, and die of hunger, whilst thy house 66 2, 187 | He ceases not when ~men die, He is not excluded from 67 3, 1 | Mediator of God and men might ~die in one and rise in the other - 68 3, 8 | 22: "And as in Adam all die, so also in Christ all shall 69 3, 13 | willed to fear, He willed to die." Now God is called ~omnipotent 70 3, 15 | Since with Christ to die was life, what pain ~may 71 3, 15 | bestows life on such as die for Him?" And further on 72 3, 15 | that He should dread to die, Who by expelling all ~dread 73 3, 16 | defect, as to suffer, to die, and ~the like. Hence it 74 3, 19 | sinneth, the same shall die." ~Hence, for a like reason, 75 3, 21 | man," ~being reluctant to die according to His natural 76 3, 23 | as heir, for He can never die. Therefore it is ~unfitting 77 3, 29 | to death, and she shall die; ~because she hath done 78 3, 35 | shalt eat of it, thou shalt] die"; so were the pains ~of 79 3, 35 | pains; ~and so He wished to die a painful death. But the 80 3, 36 | were already prepared to die for ~Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP 81 3, 36 | offered as ~to Him who is to die for the salvation of all" ( 82 3, 37 | death, and to make us to die spiritually unto sin, so 83 3, 42 | remaineth alone: but ~if it die it bringeth forth much fruit" ( 84 3, 46 | remaineth alone; but if it die, it bringeth forth ~much 85 3, 46 | reason of His being bound to die that He laid His body aside, 86 3, 46 | suffering because they do not die at once like those slain 87 3, 46 | Some hold that Christ did die on the fourteenth day of 88 3, 46 | was fitting that He should die in ~Jerusalem.~Aquin.: SMT 89 3, 46 | 26:35, "Though I should die with Thee, I will not ~deny 90 3, 46 | It was not men's ~lot to die with Jesus, since He died 91 3, 46 | Christ was not obliged to die, but willingly ~submitted 92 3, 46 | that anyone else should die with Christ ~from the same 93 3, 46 | required that another should ~die for them, not they for others."~ 94 3, 47 | violent death, and hence ~die unwillingly, because violent 95 3, 47 | with Him," that they might die more speedily; "but after 96 3, 47 | suffered violence in order to die, ~and died, nevertheless, 97 3, 47 | seem that Christ did not die out of obedience. For ~obedience 98 3, 47 | According to the Law He ought to die because He made Himself 99 3, 47 | imperial message ~is doomed to die, as despising the prince' 100 3, 49 | sinless, did not ~deserve to die. Hence Augustine says (De 101 3, 49 | is death." But men still die after Christ's Passion. ~ 102 3, 50 | fitting that Christ should die?~(2) Whether His death severed 103 3, 50 | fitting that Christ should die?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 104 3, 50 | fitting that Christ should die. For ~a first principle 105 3, 50 | seem fitting for Christ to die.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 106 3, 50 | sickness that one comes to die. But it was not beseeming 107 3, 50 | becoming for Christ to ~die.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 108 3, 50 | it fitting for ~Christ to die.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 109 3, 50 | expedient that one ~man should die for the people . . . that 110 3, 50 | was fitting for Christ to die. First of all to satisfy ~ 111 3, 50 | which was sentenced to die on account of sin, ~according 112 3, 50 | shall [Vulg.: 'thou shalt'] die the death." Now it is a ~ 113 3, 50 | And so Christ resolved to die, that by dying He ~might 114 3, 50 | lest ~He should seem to die of necessity from exhausted 115 3, 50 | But the body could not die unless the soul quitted 116 3, 50 | Therefore, ~much less could it die unless the Godhead departed.~ 117 3, 51 | who through Christ's death die to sins, are as it were ~ 118 3, 51 | and therefore He willed to die, not from sickness, but 119 3, 51 | lifetime; but as soon as they die, their deeds go with them. 120 3, 51 | neither was He prone ~to die or to return to dust. Yet 121 3, 52 | was ~fitting for Christ to die in order to deliver us from 122 3, 52 | many." But the children who die ~with none but original 123 3, 53 | to life that they had to die again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 124 3, 53 | they rose to life so as to die no more, because it would ~ 125 3, 53 | greater torment for them to die a second time than not to 126 3, 53 | think that they rose to die again. In this sense Jerome ~ 127 3, 56 | by which forgiveness we ~die unto sin: whereas Christ' 128 3, 59 | appointed unto men once to die, and ~after this the Judgment."~ 129 3, 66 | Christ's death," by which we die ~unto sin and rise again 130 3, 68 | no catechumen, though he die in his good works, will 131 3, 68 | he could not be said to ~die in his good works, which 132 3, 68 | such a one, were he to die, would not forthwith come 133 3, 68 | free-will, must, in order to die to the old life, "will to 134 3, 68 | sinneth, the same shall die.' Yet he contracted ~from 135 3, 68 | If, however, the mother die while the child lives yet 136 3, 69 | children ~are baptized, they die to that sin which they contracted 137 3, 69 | were true, ~children that die after Baptism, would not 138 3, 70 | original sin, if they should die ~before being baptized. 139 3, 70 | of the uncircumcised did die ~there, the same applies 140 3, 71 | mere sign. For if a child die after the exorcisms, ~before 141 3, 71 | says that children who die after being exorcized ~but 142 3, 72 | that are baptized, ~who die before being confirmed, 143 3, 72 | reserved. And he who comes to die, having ~kept unsullied 144 3, 74 | falling into the ground die, itself remaineth alone." 145 3, 79 | and by receiving" . . . die . . . Eat, then, ~spiritually 146 3, 79 | shall [Vulg.: 'may'] not die for ~ever" (Jn. 6:50): " 147 3, 79 | man eat of it, he may not die": ~which manifestly is not 148 3, 80 | man eat of it he may not die," says: "Many receive ~from 149 3, 80 | altar, and by receiving die: whence the Apostle saith, ' 150 3, 80 | himself.'" But only sinners die by receiving. ~Therefore 151 3, 80 | their danger, lest they die without Communion, because ~ 152 3, 80 | the sick person, lest he die ~without Communion."~Aquin.: 153 3, 80 | thought that he is going to die shortly, let ~him be reconciled 154 3, 81 | Therefore, He could not die in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 155 3, 81 | Therefore ~He could not die in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 156 3, 81 | Therefore Christ could not die in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 157 3, 81 | sacrament; such as to live, to die, to grieve, to be ~animate 158 3, 81 | cannot suffer; yet He can die.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 159 3, 83 | to ~him at once, lest he die without it."~Aquin.: SMT 160 3, 84 | shall live and shall not die." Therefore there is no 161 3, 84 | appointed unto man once to die" (Heb. 9:27), and to be 162 3, 86 | thy sin, thou shalt not die. Nevertheless ~. . . the 163 3, 86 | born to thee shall surely die," which was to ~punish him 164 3, 89 | comparison with animals ~who die, as stated above (A[4]). 165 Suppl, 6 | proper burial if he were to die before that time. But this 166 Suppl, 6 | is speaking of those who die without this sacrament.~ 167 Suppl, 8 | weak that they would rather die without ~confession than 168 Suppl, 13| straight to heaven, if he die after the ~whole of his 169 Suppl, 14| be valid, so that if he die in that sin, he will not 170 Suppl, 23| person, since one ought to die rather ~than commit a mortal 171 Suppl, 29| minister: thus if the priest die after the first unction, 172 Suppl, 29| Eucharist, if the priest die after the ~consecration 173 Suppl, 47| sin; indeed a man should die rather than ~suffer the 174 Suppl, 53| do so. Hence if his wife die he is bound to continence 175 Suppl, 53| after marriage, if his wife ~die, or if she consent. Therefore 176 Suppl, 55| survive, although the person ~die through whom it was contracted.~ 177 Suppl, 57| adopted father if the latter die intestate, nor ~can his 178 Suppl, 69| punishment of ~children who die in none but original sin 179 Suppl, 69| if we suppose a person to die in original sin who has ~ 180 Suppl, 69| 9: Further, just as some die in a state of grace and 181 Suppl, 69| deserve punishment, so some die in mortal sin ~and have 182 Suppl, 69| reward. Now to those ~who die in grace with venial sins 183 Suppl, 69| an abode for those ~who die in mortal sin together with 184 Suppl, 71| sinneth, the ~same shall die." Therefore neither does 185 Suppl, 71| Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord . . . for their 186 Suppl, 71| but also to the dead who die in ~charity. For charity 187 Suppl, 72| fifteenth" day all will die and will rise again with ~ 188 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 3: All men shall die and rise again: yet those 189 Suppl, 72| His grace. Now those who die in their mother's ~womb 190 Suppl, 72| punishment of original sin is to die, rather than to be detained ~ 191 Suppl, 72| things. Hence those who die in their mother's womb, 192 Suppl, 72| the seeds which rot and die and then sprout and rise 193 Suppl, 75| Because some shall not die but shall be ~clothed with 194 Suppl, 75| consequently all will not die before ~the judgment.~Aquin.: 195 Suppl, 75| be some men ~who will not die: and so the same conclusion 196 Suppl, 75| resurrection, than for them to ~die first, and afterwards rise 197 Suppl, 75| not quickened except it die first," and he is speaking 198 Suppl, 75| 15:22): "As in Adam all die, so also in ~Christ all 199 Suppl, 75| Christ. ~Therefore all shall die in Adam: and so all shall 200 Suppl, 75| opinion is that all shall die and rise again from death: 201 Suppl, 75| without error that some die not, that ~they are born 202 Suppl, 75| not follow that if they die not, therefore they were 203 Suppl, 75| follows that even as all die that the bodies of all may 204 Suppl, 77| as it does in those who die ~before the perfect age. 205 Suppl, 83| condition: ~wherefore those who die under perfect age will rise 206 Suppl, 83| and they shall desire to die, and ~death shall fly from 207 Suppl, 86| in the case of ~those who die in mortal sin. Now it is 208 Suppl, 86| is certain that those who die in mortal sin ~will be damned, 209 Suppl, 93| to marry and nevertheless die before marrying would have ~ 210 Suppl, 93| general commandments." But to ~die for confessing the faith 211 Suppl, 93| individual. Now if a man die in a just war in order to 212 Suppl, 93| aureole if he happen to die through his own ~carelessness 213 Suppl, 93| or other he were not to die of the mortal wound ~received, 214 Suppl, 93| mortal, and he were to ~die while in prison, he would 215 Suppl, 95| men . . . ~shall desire to die, and death shall fly from 216 Suppl, 95| is ~desirable to some to die, wherefore it is written ( 217 Suppl, 96| are the souls of men who ~die without charity, since " 218 Suppl, 96| conclude that all whosoever die in mortal sin, neither faith 219 Appen1, 1| cause sorrow in children who die ~without Baptism, any more 220 Appen1, 2| the guilt: that if a man die with mortal sin, he is ~ 221 Appen1, 2| not possible for a ~man to die with a venial sin and without 222 Appen2, 1| Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. From ~henceforth 223 Appen2, 1| cleansing labor awaits those who die in the ~Lord, nor those 224 Appen2, 1| Lord, nor those who do not die in the Lord, since they 225 Appen2, 1| punishment. Now those who die in mortal sin are forthwith ~ 226 Appen2, 1| punishment. Therefore those who die in charity go at ~once to 227 Appen2, 1| believeth in Me, shall not die for ever" [*Jn. ~11:26]:


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