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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Paul, the teacher of the Gentiles. This will ~be treated more 2 1, 13 | Psalm, "All the gods of ~the Gentiles are demons" (Ps. 95:5).~ 3 1, 19 | males and females, Jews and Gentiles, great and small, but not 4 1, 21 | and truth, but that of the Gentiles to mercy (Rm. 15). Therefore ~ 5 1, 21 | of ~the Jews and of the Gentiles. But an aspect of justice 6 1, 21 | in the conversion of the ~Gentiles; inasmuch as the Jews were 7 1, 23 | the fallen angels; and the Gentiles in that of the Jews. He 8 1, 39 | 1, "Behold ~I go to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son 9 1, 39 | 1, "Behold ~I go to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son 10 1, 104 | to Is. 40:15: "Behold the Gentiles are as a drop from a ~bucket, 11 1, 116 | apostle . . . a doctor of the Gentiles in faith and ~truth."~Aquin.: 12 1, 116 | the preaching of Paul the Gentiles were ~converted, of which 13 2, 65 | they were in many of the Gentiles. But in so far as they produce 14 2, 90 | Rm. 2:14) that "when the Gentiles, who have ~not the law, 15 2, 91 | gloss on Rm. 2:14: "When the Gentiles, who have not ~the law, 16 2, 94 | Because on Rm. 2:14, "When the Gentiles who have not the ~law," 17 2, 98 | to ~be the light of the Gentiles, that thou mayest be My 18 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Gentiles were admitted to the Jewish 19 2, 98 | Hier. ix) that many of the ~Gentiles were brought back to God 20 2, 98 | But it is clear that the ~Gentiles did not observe the Law. 21 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Gentiles obtained salvation more 22 2, 99 | seen in the rites of the Gentiles. On the other ~hand the 23 2, 100 | says (Rm. 2:14) that "the Gentiles, who ~have not the Law, 24 2, 102 | Moses. First, lest the Gentiles might seize hold of that 25 2, 102 | place. Secondly, ~lest the Gentiles might destroy it. The third 26 2, 102 | the ~cooperation of the Gentiles, viz. the Tyrians and Sidonians.~ 27 2, 102 | exclusion of ~idolatry. For the Gentiles put up various times to 28 2, 102 | idolatry: because all the Gentiles, in reverence to the sun, ~ 29 2, 102 | idolatrous rite: for the Gentiles, on the feasts of the moon, 30 2, 102 | idolatrous worship: for the Gentiles ~placed altars inside the 31 2, 102 | idolatrous worship: for the Gentiles made their ~altars ornate 32 2, 102 | of Christ to that of the Gentiles, which provokes men ~to 33 2, 102 | the feasts of ~Priapus the Gentiles uncovered their nakedness 34 2, 102 | their sacrificial rites the Gentiles ~sometimes employed human 35 2, 102 | the superstition of the ~Gentiles, who held that uncleanness 36 2, 102 | above, and because the ~Gentiles worshipped their household 37 2, 102 | into the possession of the Gentiles, who were ~not guilty of 38 2, 102 | to the demons, ~whom the Gentiles worshipped in desert places, 39 2, 102 | of ~idolatry: because the Gentiles, and especially the Egyptians, 40 2, 102 | might also be said ~that the Gentiles in celebrating the feasts 41 2, 102 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 5: The Gentiles offered their gods the first-fruits, 42 2, 102 | idolatrous worship. Because ~the Gentiles, in their religious rites, 43 2, 102 | another kind, i.e. ~with Gentiles or Jews.~Aquin.: SMT FS 44 2, 102 | For the priests of the ~Gentiles shaved both head and beard, 45 2, 103 | shunning the ~fellowship of Gentiles. But the first Pastor of 46 2, 103 | separated himself" from the ~Gentiles. Therefore the legal ceremonies 47 2, 103 | apostolic decree that the Gentiles should observe ~certain 48 2, 103 | withdrew himself from the ~Gentiles by pretense, in order to 49 2, 103 | to avoid scandalizing the Gentiles, whose Apostle he was. But ~ 50 2, 103 | he ~gave scandal to the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 51 2, 103 | be unlawful even by the Gentiles, there would ~have been 52 2, 103 | to further the union of Gentiles ~and Jews living side by 53 2, 103 | might have ~suspected the Gentiles of relapse into idolatry 54 2, 103 | being, during which the Gentiles and Jews were to become ~ 55 2, 103 | prohibition was made, because the Gentiles did not hold it to be ~sinful.~ 56 2, 106 | according to Rm. 2:14,15: "(The Gentiles) do by nature those things ~ 57 2, 109 | says (Rm. ~2:14) that "the Gentiles who have not the law, do 58 2, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, many gentiles obtained salvation through 59 2, 2 | it would seem that ~the gentiles had neither explicit nor 60 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Many of the gentiles received revelations of 61 2, 3 | offense to the Jews and to the gentiles and to the Church of ~God." 62 2, 10 | he spoke . . . to ~the gentiles and disputed with the Greeks."~ 63 2, 41 | afterwards he scandalized the gentiles: for it is ~written (Gal. 64 2, 41 | after the manner of the gentiles, and not as the ~Jews do, 65 2, 41 | how dost thou compel the gentiles to live as do the Jews?" ~ 66 2, 41 | in withdrawing from the ~gentiles in order to avoid the scandal 67 2, 41 | imprudently, so that the gentiles who had been converted to 68 2, 41 | arose from an error ~of the gentiles who were not used to this 69 2, 53 | through ignorance of which the gentiles are solicitous in ~seeking 70 2, 61 | a fool." For, since the gentiles ascribed the keeping of 71 2, 92 | neither sanctification, as the Gentiles thought, nor ~uncleanness, 72 2, 92 | general custom among the Gentiles of ~worshipping any kind 73 2, 92 | 5): "All the gods of the Gentiles are ~devils."~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 94 | be defiled by the meat of Gentiles. ~Hence as a reward for 75 2, 98 | because even among the Gentiles burial places are looked 76 2, 108 | younger people, i.e. the Gentiles, ~should supplant the first-born, 77 2, 152 | dispute between Jews and ~Gentiles, and thus prevent them from 78 2, 152 | unanimously. For among the ~Gentiles, fornication was not deemed 79 2, 152 | forbade these things to the Gentiles, not as though ~they were 80 2, 159 | are Jews, ~and not of the Gentiles, sinners." Nevertheless 81 2, 167 | Law (Dt. 22) because the Gentiles ~used to practice this change 82 2, 173 | the first "Teacher of the ~gentiles" [*Cf. FP, Q[68], A[4]].~ 83 2, 173 | apostle, the teacher of the gentiles, was ~rapt to this most 84 2, 183 | that the princes of the gentiles lord it over them." Here 85 2, 183 | by comparing them to the gentiles ~He converted their impetuous 86 2, 185 | gloss on Rm. 15:27, "If the Gentiles ~have been made partakers 87 2, 186 | nothing in common with the Gentiles. Now among the Gentiles 88 2, 186 | Gentiles. Now among the Gentiles were some who ~professed 89 2, 187 | preaching of Christ, to draw Gentiles or even Christians to observe 90 3, 1 | writing; and because the ~gentiles despised it and would not 91 3, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Gentiles were greater sinners than 92 3, 4 | are Jews, and not of the ~Gentiles, sinners." Hence, if He 93 3, 4 | have assumed it from the Gentiles than from ~the stock of 94 3, 12 | leader and a master to the Gentiles." Now ~a master is not taught, 95 3, 13 | happened in the country of the Gentiles, to whom it ~was not yet 96 3, 22 | to the priesthood of the ~Gentiles, by which the demons were 97 3, 22 | in the sacrifices of the Gentiles, according to Ps. 105:38: ~" 98 3, 22 | wicked sacrifices of the Gentiles, in which they offered ~ 99 3, 22 | from ~the sacrifices of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 100 3, 25 | for this reason were the Gentiles reproved, that they ~"worshiped 101 3, 25 | common with the works of the ~Gentiles, as the Apostle says (Eph. 102 3, 25 | says (Eph. 5:11). But the Gentiles are ~reproached principally 103 3, 25 | those images ~which the Gentiles made for the purpose of 104 3, 25 | unfruitful works" of the Gentiles, but not with their useful 105 3, 25 | First, because some of the Gentiles used to adore the ~images 106 3, 25 | savor of the error ~of the Gentiles, who gave honor to dead 107 3, 25 | fall into the ~error of the Gentiles, who gave the worship of " 108 3, 31 | and of the elect among the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 109 3, 31 | pass from the Jews to ~the Gentiles."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 110 3, 35 | Christ were not ~made to the Gentiles; according to Rm. 9:4: " 111 3, 36 | not into the way of the Gentiles," so that He might be ~made 112 3, 36 | known to the Jews before the Gentiles. Therefore it seems that 113 3, 36 | at once revealed to the Gentiles who ~"came from the east," 114 3, 36 | name is great among the ~Gentiles." Therefore He should have 115 3, 36 | Israelites, ~the Magi were Gentiles. The former were nigh to 116 3, 36 | Jews and afterwards to the Gentiles, ~so the first to come to 117 3, 36 | the first-fruits of the Gentiles," as Augustine ~says (Serm. 118 3, 36 | disposition of angels." ~And the Gentiles, especially astrologers, 119 3, 36 | should preach. Whereas the Gentiles, who were unable to come 120 3, 36 | hoped for." ~Wherefore the Gentiles, "who are thus designated 121 3, 36 | the "first-fruits of the Gentiles," who ~were to believe in 122 3, 36 | first the "fulness of the Gentiles . . . ~come in" unto faith, 123 3, 36 | should be made known to the Gentiles so long after His birth.~ 124 3, 36 | to the "fulness ~of the Gentiles"; and this is foreshadowed 125 3, 36 | law of justice": but the ~Gentiles, "who followed not after 126 3, 36 | Although the "fulness of the Gentiles came in" unto faith ~before 127 3, 36 | the first-fruits of the Gentiles in faith. For this reason 128 3, 36 | written (Is. 60:3): "[The Gentiles] shall walk in ~the light, 129 3, 36 | the ~"first-fruits of the Gentiles" that believed in Christ; 130 3, 36 | foreshadowed the ~constancy of the Gentiles in confessing Christ even 131 3, 38 | that either children or Gentiles were baptized by the ~latter; 132 3, 38 | preach the Gospel to the Gentiles before His ~Passion and 133 3, 38 | therefore, was it for the ~Gentiles to be baptized by John.~ 134 3, 42 | the Jews only, or to the ~Gentiles also?~(2) Whether in preaching 135 3, 42 | the Jews, but also to the ~Gentiles?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 136 3, 42 | the ~Jews, but also to the Gentiles. For it is written (Is. 137 3, 42 | thee to be the light of the Gentiles, ~that thou mayest be my 138 3, 42 | Jews alone, and not ~to the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 139 3, 42 | instruction of those who, like the Gentiles, have received no tidings ~ 140 3, 42 | Christ have ~preached to the Gentiles than to the Jews.~Aquin.: 141 3, 42 | instructed some individual Gentiles, such as the Samaritan woman ( 142 3, 42 | Christ to preach to the Gentiles in general.~Aquin.: SMT 143 3, 42 | not have preached to the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 144 3, 42 | of old, and not to the ~Gentiles. Thus the Apostle says ( 145 3, 42 | transmitted through them ~to the Gentiles: just as in the heavenly 146 3, 42 | He was not sent to ~the Gentiles, but that He was sent to 147 3, 42 | i.e. of the Jews, ~"to the Gentiles . . . and they shall declare 148 3, 42 | declare My glory unto the Gentiles."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 149 3, 42 | not into the way of the Gentiles." Jerome says: "It ~behooved 150 3, 42 | sent His apostles to the Gentiles and Samaritans."~Aquin.: 151 3, 42 | power and lordship over the Gentiles. Hence it is written (Apoc. ~ 152 3, 42 | doctrine to be preached to the Gentiles before His Passion: it was ~ 153 3, 42 | before ~His Passion, certain Gentiles wished to see Jesus, He 154 3, 42 | light and salvation of the ~Gentiles through His disciples, whom 155 3, 42 | that they converted the Gentiles ~to Christ, although these 156 3, 42 | His doctrine known to the Gentiles equally with the Jews, in 157 3, 42 | fitting for Him to neglect the Gentiles ~altogether, lest they should 158 3, 42 | reason certain individual Gentiles were admitted, on account 159 3, 42 | to the Jews, and to the ~Gentiles, and to the Church of God." 160 3, 42 | so it was that ~among the Gentiles, Pythagoras and Socrates, 161 3, 42 | Consensu Evang. i), some of the Gentiles thought that Christ ~wrote 162 3, 43 | was the argument of the Gentiles. Wherefore Augustine ~says ( 163 3, 46 | those who spring from the Gentiles."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 164 3, 46 | endured ~something from Gentiles and from Jews; from men 165 3, 46 | Ps. 2:1,2: ~"Why have the Gentiles raged, and the people devised 166 3, 46 | Pontius Pilate, with the Gentiles and the people of ~Israel."~ 167 3, 47 | suffer at the hands of the ~Gentiles, or rather of the Jews?~( 168 3, 47 | suffer at the hands of the Gentiles?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 169 3, 47 | suffer at the hands of ~the Gentiles. For since men were to be 170 3, 47 | fitting, therefore, that the ~Gentiles should not be implicated 171 3, 47 | figure. Now it was not ~the Gentiles but the Jews who offered 172 3, 47 | fulfilled at the hands of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 173 3, 47 | at the ~hands not of the Gentiles, but of the Jews, and that 174 3, 47 | shall deliver ~Him to the Gentiles to be mocked, and scourged, 175 3, 47 | Passion passed on to the Gentiles. ~Consequently it was fitting 176 3, 47 | Passion at the hands of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 177 3, 47 | might accrue to Jews and ~Gentiles, Christ willed to suffer 178 3, 47 | and I will give Thee the Gentiles for Thy ~inheritance.'" 179 3, 47 | and I ~will give Thee the Gentiles for Thy inheritance"; which 180 3, 47 | and I will give Thee the Gentiles for Thy inheritance," it ~ 181 3, 47 | knowledge." But the sin of the Gentiles, by ~whose hands He was 182 3, 51 | to God and the Father the Gentiles who were ~without godliness, 183 3, 53 | shall deliver Him to ~the Gentiles to be mocked, and scourged, 184 3, 55 | people of Israel to the Gentiles, who would ~not believe 185 3, 55 | figure of the Church of the Gentiles, ~which did not believe 186 3, 66 | the Jews, but ~also on the Gentiles, when He gave the commandment: " 187 3, 66 | was hateful to Jews and Gentiles, might ~become an object 188 3, 78 | exhibited, but also in the Gentiles; nor only in priests who 189 3, 78 | and for many," namely the Gentiles; or, "for you" who eat of ~ 190 3, 83 | the word of ~God, be they Gentiles, heretics, or Jews, until 191 Suppl, 40| rite than to that of the Gentiles. Now the distinction of 192 Suppl, 40| were ~introduced by the Gentiles. as stated in the text ( 193 Suppl, 40| Church, like that of the Gentiles, is spread abroad ~through 194 Suppl, 40| be like the rite of the Gentiles ~rather than that of the 195 Suppl, 59| apostles, both Jews ~and Gentiles were everywhere converted 196 Suppl, 59| more obstinate than the ~Gentiles, because the Gentiles still 197 Suppl, 59| the ~Gentiles, because the Gentiles still continued to come 198 Suppl, 59| they are on a par, namely Gentiles and ~Jews, because both 199 Suppl, 65| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Among the Gentiles the natural law was obscured 200 Suppl, 65| opinion ~between Jews and Gentiles.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 201 Suppl, 65| mentioned, ~into which the Gentiles had fallen, by not giving 202 Suppl, 96| mercy both on Jews ~and on Gentiles, but not on every Gentile


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