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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 100 | the ~ten precepts of the decalogue?~(4) How the precepts of 2 2, 100 | How the precepts of the decalogue are distinguished from one 3 2, 100 | the ten ~precepts of the decalogue?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 4 2, 100 | the ten precepts of the decalogue. For the first and ~principal 5 2, 100 | contained in the precepts of the decalogue. Therefore not all ~the 6 2, 100 | contained in the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 7 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue, ~one is ceremonial, viz. " 8 2, 100 | all the precepts of the ~decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 9 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue are only such as regard 10 2, 100 | Therefore the precepts ~of the decalogue do not include all the moral 11 2, 100 | parts of the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 12 2, 100 | that, The precepts of the decalogue differ from the other ~precepts 13 2, 100 | given ~the precepts of the decalogue; whereas He gave the other 14 2, 100 | through Moses. Wherefore the decalogue includes those precepts 15 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue: viz. first general ~principles, 16 2, 100 | contained in the precepts of the decalogue; yet in ~different ways. 17 2, 100 | all the precepts of the decalogue are ~referred to these, 18 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue: but not as to ~the fixing 19 2, 100 | under the precepts ~of the decalogue, which are the primary elements 20 2, 100 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably distinguished 21 2, 100 | that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~distinguished 22 2, 100 | at the beginning of the decalogue, "Thou shalt not have strange 23 2, 100 | that, The precepts of the decalogue are differently divided 24 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue, if ~it nowise belonged 25 2, 100 | it nowise belonged to the decalogue. Secondly, because, since 26 2, 100 | to the ~precepts of the decalogue, as is also the precept 27 2, 100 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably set forth?~ 28 2, 100 | that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~set forth. 29 2, 100 | himself. Since, then, the decalogue does not include any ~precepts 30 2, 100 | that the ~precepts of the decalogue are insufficiently enumerated.~ 31 2, 100 | offering of sacrifices. But the decalogue contains a precept about 32 2, 100 | be also a ~precept of the decalogue forbidding blasphemy and 33 2, 100 | Now the precepts of the decalogue are ordained unto ~charity, 34 2, 100 | not covet." Therefore the decalogue should have included some ~ 35 2, 100 | the ten precepts of the decalogue are unfittingly enumerated.~ 36 2, 100 | because ~the precepts of the decalogue can be reduced to the precepts 37 2, 100 | And for this reason the ~decalogue includes those precepts 38 2, 100 | that the precepts of the decalogue are ~those which the people 39 2, 100 | Hence the precepts ~of the decalogue need to be such as the people 40 2, 100 | are not contained in the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 41 2, 100 | mentioned in the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 42 2, 100 | prohibition by a precept of the decalogue. ~According to one interpretation, 43 2, 100 | teaching. Wherefore the decalogue does not prescribe deeds ~ 44 2, 100 | 12). Hence, just ~as the decalogue contains no ordinance as 45 2, 100 | as the precepts of the decalogue are, as it were, the first ~ 46 2, 100 | the ten precepts of the decalogue are set in proper order?~ 47 2, 100 | the ten precepts of the decalogue are not set ~in proper order. 48 2, 100 | Therefore the precepts of the decalogue are not set in ~proper order.~ 49 2, 100 | But the precepts of the decalogue were given immediately by 50 2, 100 | 1), the precepts of the ~decalogue are such as the mind of 51 2, 100 | for the precepts of the decalogue, first of all, to direct 52 2, 100 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably formulated?~ 53 2, 100 | that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~formulated. 54 2, 100 | ordinance of a precept of the ~decalogue, there should have been 55 2, 100 | all the precepts of the decalogue belong to the Divine law. ~ 56 2, 100 | all the precepts of the decalogue belong to the Old Law. ~ 57 2, 100 | that the ~precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably formulated.~ 58 2, 100 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are dispensable?~Aquin.: 59 2, 100 | that the precepts of the decalogue are dispensable. ~For the 60 2, 100 | For the precepts of the decalogue belong to the natural law. 61 2, 100 | in ~the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 62 2, 100 | since the precepts of the decalogue are ordained by God, ~it 63 2, 100 | with the ~precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 64 2, 100 | among the precepts of the decalogue is one forbidding ~murder. 65 2, 100 | Therefore the precepts of the ~decalogue are dispensable.~Aquin.: 66 2, 100 | ordained by a precept ~of the decalogue. But a dispensation was 67 2, 100 | Therefore the precepts of the decalogue are ~dispensable.~Aquin.: 68 2, 100 | principally to the precepts of the decalogue. Therefore the precepts 69 2, 100 | Therefore the precepts of the decalogue cannot be changed by ~dispensation.~ 70 2, 100 | Now the precepts of the decalogue contain the very intention 71 2, 100 | take ~the precepts of the decalogue. Consequently the precepts 72 2, 100 | Consequently the precepts of the decalogue ~admit of no dispensation 73 2, 100 | man is forbidden in the decalogue, in so ~far as it bears 74 2, 100 | contrary to the ~precept of the decalogue; and such a killing is no 75 2, 100 | robbery as forbidden by the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 76 2, 100 | therefore, the precepts of the decalogue, as to the essence ~of justice 77 2, 100 | of the law ~besides the decalogue?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 78 2, 100 | precepts of the law besides the decalogue. Because, as Our Lord declared ~( 79 2, 100 | ten commandments of the decalogue. Therefore there is no need 80 2, 100 | precepts are contained in the ~decalogue, or are even presupposed 81 2, 100 | even presupposed to the decalogue, as stated above ~(A[3]). 82 2, 100 | moral precepts ~besides the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 83 2, 100 | Law contains, besides ~the decalogue, moral precepts pertaining 84 2, 100 | Law besides those of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 85 2, 100 | precepts besides those of ~the decalogue. Therefore it was right 86 2, 100 | are the precepts of the ~decalogue. Again, there are some precepts 87 2, 100 | moral precepts added to ~the decalogue, and given to the people 88 2, 100 | moral precepts added to the ~decalogue are reducible to the precepts 89 2, 100 | reducible to the precepts of the decalogue, as so many ~corollaries. 90 2, 100 | first commandment of the decalogue forbids the ~worship of 91 2, 100 | OBJ 1: The precepts of the decalogue are ordained to the love 92 2, 100 | of the precepts of the ~decalogue," not by reason of a natural 93 2, 100 | virtues are given, both in the decalogue and in addition thereto. 94 2, 102 | these words, and wrote the ~decalogue of Moses on a parchment, 95 2, 104 | reducible to the precepts of the decalogue. Therefore ~there is no 96 2, 104 | OBJ 2: The precepts of the decalogue held the first place in 97 2, 108 | ten commandments of the decalogue ~directing man to God and 98 2, 108 | chiefly those precepts of the decalogue. For they thought that ~ 99 2, 12 | of the precepts of ~the decalogue. But, seemingly, blasphemy 100 2, 15 | the Law are those of the decalogue, it seems that ~precepts 101 2, 15 | among the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 102 2, 15 | among the precepts of the decalogue which take the first ~place.~ 103 2, 21 | the Law are those of the ~decalogue, to which all others may 104 2, 21 | among the precepts of the decalogue. But it is not to be found ~ 105 2, 21 | precepts of the law of the decalogue belong to the ~first promulgation 106 2, 21 | among the precepts of the decalogue, and it was enough to induce 107 2, 21 | both in the precepts of the decalogue, and afterwards, in due ~ 108 2, 21 | which the ~precepts of the decalogue refer. Hence in the passage 109 2, 25 | The commandments of the decalogue contain a special ~precept 110 2, 30 | to the precepts of the ~Decalogue. But these precepts contain 111 2, 31 | to the ~precepts of the Decalogue. But fraternal correction 112 2, 31 | under ~any precept of the Decalogue. Therefore it is not a matter 113 2, 33 | through the precepts of the ~Decalogue. Therefore sloth is not 114 2, 42 | precepts which are those of the decalogue. ~But they have no place 115 2, 42 | All the precepts of the decalogue are directed to the love ~ 116 2, 42 | among the precepts of the decalogue, since they are ~included 117 2, 54 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue should have included a precept 118 2, 54 | that the precepts of the decalogue should have ~included a 119 2, 54 | precepts are those of the ~decalogue. Since then prudence is 120 2, 54 | that the precepts of the decalogue should have included a precept ~ 121 2, 54 | regard to the precepts of the decalogue. Now the teaching of the ~ 122 2, 54 | Therefore the precepts of the decalogue ~should have included a 123 2, 54 | to ~the precepts of the decalogue: wherefore it is written ( 124 2, 54 | among ~the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[56] A[ 125 2, 54 | through the precepts of ~the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[56] A[ 126 2, 54 | the commandments of the decalogue being given ~to the whole 127 2, 54 | that the precepts of the decalogue should include a precept ~ 128 2, 54 | all the precepts of the decalogue ~are related to prudence, 129 2, 54 | which are those of the decalogue, ~to refer to justice rather 130 2, 54 | directed to the precepts of the decalogue as its end, so it behooved 131 2, 68 | evidence by the precept ~of the decalogue is expressed in this form 132 2, 99 | seemingly, the precept of the decalogue, "Honor thy father and ~ 133 2, 108 | against a precept of the decalogue is a ~mortal sin. Now lying 134 2, 108 | against this precept of the decalogue: "Thou ~shalt not bear false 135 2, 108 | all the precepts of the decalogue are directed to the ~love 136 2, 108 | contrary to a precept of the decalogue, in ~so far as it is contrary 137 2, 120 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are precepts of justice?~( 138 2, 120 | the first precept of the decalogue;~(3) Of the second;~(4) 139 2, 120 | Whether the precepts of the decalogue are precepts of justice?~ 140 2, 120 | that the precepts of the decalogue are not precepts of ~justice. 141 2, 120 | Now the precepts of the decalogue are the first. ~principles 142 2, 120 | Therefore the precepts of the ~decalogue do not pertain to justice 143 2, 120 | But the precepts of the decalogue are ~moral precepts, as 144 2, 120 | Therefore the ~precepts of the decalogue are not precepts of justice.~ 145 2, 120 | these in the precepts of the decalogue. ~Therefore it seems that 146 2, 120 | that the precepts of the decalogue do not properly ~belong 147 2, 120 | Further, the precepts of the decalogue are divided into two ~tables, 148 2, 120 | Therefore the precepts of the ~decalogue belong to charity rather 149 2, 120 | all the precepts ~of the decalogue, as is evident if one consider 150 2, 120 | all the precepts of the decalogue pertain to justice.~Aquin.: 151 2, 120 | that, The precepts of the decalogue are the first principles 152 2, 120 | Hence the precepts of the decalogue must needs pertain to ~justice. 153 2, 120 | precepts are contained in the ~decalogue: and yet they are determinations 154 2, 120 | of the precepts of the ~decalogue, and therefore pertain to 155 2, 120 | among the precepts of the decalogue, ~but among the judicial 156 2, 120 | OBJ 4: The precepts of the decalogue pertain to charity as their ~ 157 2, 120 | the first precept of the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~ 158 2, 120 | the first precept of the decalogue is unfittingly ~expressed. 159 2, 120 | the first precept of the decalogue pertains to religion, ~as 160 2, 120 | the second precept of the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~ 161 2, 120 | the second precept of the decalogue is unfittingly ~expressed. 162 2, 120 | him in the precepts of the decalogue, which ~are the first of 163 2, 120 | Hence the precepts of the decalogue include the ~prohibition 164 2, 120 | the third precept of the decalogue, concerning the hallowing 165 2, 120 | the third precept of the decalogue, concerning the ~hallowing 166 2, 120 | Now the precepts of the decalogue are both ~spiritual and 167 2, 120 | among the ~precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 168 2, 120 | breaks a precept of the decalogue, sins. But in ~the Old Law 169 2, 120 | among the precepts of the ~decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 170 2, 120 | Further, the precepts of the decalogue have to be observed also ~ 171 2, 120 | and second precepts of the decalogue, as stated above (AA[2], 172 2, 120 | Now the precepts of the decalogue are, so to speak, first 173 2, 120 | the third precept of the ~decalogue describes the exterior worship 174 2, 120 | among the precepts of the decalogue, as a moral, but not as 175 2, 120 | general precepts of the decalogue, rather than any other ceremonial ~ 176 2, 120 | that, The precepts of the decalogue are directed to the love 177 2, 120 | since the ~precepts of the decalogue are general precepts, they 178 2, 120 | since the precepts of the ~decalogue are the first precepts of 179 2, 120 | are the precepts of the decalogue, there is a special precept 180 2, 120 | other six precepts of the decalogue are fittingly expressed?~ 181 2, 120 | other six precepts of the decalogue are ~unfittingly expressed. 182 2, 120 | forbidden by a precept of the decalogue, otherwise ~first movements 183 2, 120 | against a precept ~of the decalogue. Nor is the concupiscence 184 2, 120 | for the precepts ~of the decalogue to include some that forbid 185 2, 120 | among the precepts of the decalogue. On the ~other hand, the 186 2, 120 | among the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 187 2, 138 | among ~the precepts of the decalogue, which are the chief precepts 188 2, 138 | the precepts of the ~decalogue are placed in the Law, as 189 2, 138 | Wherefore the precepts of the decalogue had ~to be chiefly about 190 2, 145 | because the power ~of the Decalogue is accomplished in the four 191 2, 145 | delivered to us in the ~Decalogue. Wherefore it is fitting 192 2, 146 | contrary to a precept of the Decalogue: and this, apparently, does ~ 193 2, 146 | to the ~precepts of the Decalogue, but only those which contain 194 2, 146 | because the precepts of the Decalogue pertain specially to justice 195 2, 168 | among the precepts of the ~decalogue, which are the most important 196 2, 168 | among the precepts of the decalogue ~the prohibition of adultery, 197 2, 168 | Now the precepts of the decalogue ~include no prohibition 198 2, 168 | Now the precepts of the decalogue ~are the most important 199 2, 168 | Therefore the precepts of the ~decalogue should have included an 200 2, 168 | authority of Scripture in the decalogue (Ex. ~20:14,17).~Aquin.: 201 2, 168 | neighbor. Wherefore the decalogue ~contains those precepts 202 2, 168 | Wherefore the precepts of the decalogue include a ~special prohibition 203 2, 168 | of the precepts ~of the decalogue: for it is written (Ecclus. 204 2, 168 | 4) the precepts of the ~decalogue are universal principles 205 2, 168 | For the precepts of ~the Decalogue, as stated above (A[1], 206 2, 168 | among the precepts of the ~Decalogue there should have been one 207 2, 168 | have been given in the ~decalogue to those precepts by which 208 2, 168 | Therefore it seems that the Decalogue should have ~contained precepts 209 2, 168 | adultery is ~forbidden in the decalogue, because it is contrary 210 2, 168 | forbidden by a precept of the ~Decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 211 2, 168 | and in this respect the decalogue contains ~precepts that 212 2, 168 | this is forbidden in the Decalogue), and sometimes that he 213 2, 168 | among the precepts of the ~Decalogue, which are like first self-evident 214 2, 168 | to have a place in the ~Decalogue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 215 2, 168 | which are forbidden in the decalogue; but only as ~being signs 216 3, 31 | ten ~may also refer to the decalogue; and the number four to 217 3, 40 | because the power of the "decalogue is fulfilled throughout 218 3, 40 | which are expressed in the decalogue." Or, according to Augustine ( 219 3, 57 | cautioned not to transgress the Decalogue."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 220 Suppl, 65| opposed to the precepts of the decalogue were ~never lawful. Now 221 Suppl, 65| against a precept of the ~decalogue, namely, "Thou shalt not 222 Suppl, 93| to the observance of the Decalogue, ~signified by the number


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