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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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draw

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: We draw near to God by no corporeal 2 1, 3 | withdraw from Him; thus, to draw near to or to withdraw ~ 3 1, 9 | said of God in Scripture, "Draw nigh to God and He will 4 1, 9 | nigh to God and He will draw nigh to ~you" (James 4:8). 5 1, 57 | OBJ 3: If an angel were to draw his knowledge of material 6 1, 58 | A[2]), the angels do not draw ~their knowledge from things. 7 1, 58 | OBJ 3: If an angel were to draw his knowledge of material 8 1, 59 | A[2]), the angels do not draw ~their knowledge from things. 9 1, 78 | the conclusions which we draw from them ~belong to the 10 1, 78 | principles of geometry we draw a conclusion in another 11 1, 80 | obeys it. But because to draw particular conclusions ~ 12 1, 90 | body, they would entirely draw ~the rest into themselves, 13 1, 106 | OBJ 3: There is no need to draw the attention of the good 14 1, 116 | collating power to be able to draw the conclusions from the 15 2, 7 | declares that an orator should draw ~his arguments. Therefore 16 2, 13 | form a syllogism, and to ~draw the conclusion. But, in 17 2, 13 | it is for the reason to draw the ~conclusion of a practical 18 2, 37 | pain, in so far as they draw upon ~themselves the soul' 19 2, 46 | Now to compare and ~to draw an inference is an act of 20 2, 77 | sensitive appetite cannot draw or move ~the will directly; 21 2, 77 | that the passions cannot draw the reason against its ~ 22 2, 77 | that universal, so as to draw ~the conclusion: but he 23 2, 79 | be done, unless He could draw some good from every ~evil." 24 2, 86 | ceases, but he needs to draw nigh to him and to return 25 2, 91 | indemonstrable principles, we draw the conclusions of the ~ 26 2, 106 | dedicated for us . . . let us draw ~near." Therefore no state 27 2, 109 | Father, Who hath sent Me, draw him." But if man could prepare ~ 28 2, 113 | free-will withdraw from sin and draw near to justice.~Aquin.: 29 2, 113 | withdraw from sin and to draw near to justice, in an act 30 2, 113 | consent to detest sin, and to draw ~near to God; and this consent 31 2, 1 | the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up a symbol of faith?~Aquin.: 32 2, 1 | the Sovereign Pontiff to ~draw up a symbol of faith. For 33 2, 1 | the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up a ~new edition of the 34 2, 1 | unlawful to utter, write or ~draw up any other creed, than 35 2, 1 | the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up ~a symbol.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 9 | that those sciences which draw conclusions ~about physical 37 2, 22 | far as ~all other virtues draw their sustenance and nourishment 38 2, 33 | it so oppresses man as to draw him ~away entirely from 39 2, 41 | inordinate word or ~deed, to draw another into sin, and then 40 2, 81 | pray, do nothing strange to draw men's attention, either 41 2, 93 | a ~person may happen to draw; or by holding out several 42 2, 93 | or other, are willing to draw lots for its division, thus ~ 43 2, 109 | turn men to God, but to draw to themselves the applause 44 2, 139 | quell the desires which draw us ~to the things which 45 2, 165 | some weighty thought, and draw me after it . . . and ~unless 46 2, 171 | 1:2 says that "prophets draw comparisons from ~things 47 2, 175 | own favor, but in order to draw ~them to listen to God's 48 2, 185 | nothing strange, so as to draw the gaze of ~others, either 49 2, 187 | thus might a man fear to draw water lest the river run 50 2, 187 | words]): "Let one curtain draw the other." Therefore one ~ 51 2, 187 | Therefore one ~man should draw another to God's service.~ 52 2, 187 | preaching of Christ, to draw Gentiles or even Christians 53 2, 187 | it is not blameworthy to draw others to the service of 54 3, 1 | inasmuch as He wished to draw nigh to us by taking flesh, 55 3, 8 | from other men, ~yet all draw from Him the immortal life 56 3, 30 | to the Virgin. ~First, to draw her attention to the consideration 57 3, 35 | instance, if many. ~together draw a ship along - there would 58 3, 36 | Yet ~did this Corner-Stone draw both to Itself; inasmuch 59 3, 39 | to work miracles, ~and to draw men to Himself then did 60 3, 40 | and will not ~immediately draw him out on the Sabbath-day?" 61 3, 46 | from the earth, ~I will draw all things to Myself."~Aquin.: 62 3, 46 | outstretched hands in order to draw with one hand the people 63 3, 46 | nigh, our Lord willed to draw nigh to the place of the ~ 64 3, 49 | up from the earth, will draw all things to Myself." Now 65 3, 57 | contained, because they draw nothing ~from the heavenly 66 3, 66 | written (Heb. 10:22): "Let us draw near with a ~true heart 67 3, 67 | vice versa": thus many draw a ship ~which one could 68 3, 67 | a ship ~which one could draw. But one man can baptize. 69 3, 75 | spirit . . . Let the spirit draw nigh to the ~flesh . . . 70 3, 78 | sacrament is consecrated draw ~their efficacy from Christ' 71 3, 79 | origin from thence, when you draw nigh ~to the awe-inspiring 72 Suppl, 21| many ways, in order to ~draw him to good, either by chastising 73 Suppl, 22| multitude, as when many draw ~a boat, which none of them 74 Suppl, 22| which none of them could draw by himself, yet it is not 75 Suppl, 39| slavery. Hence we must not draw a conclusion from this particular ~ 76 Suppl, 43| made conditionally, we must draw a ~distinction; for it is 77 Suppl, 49| it to make it right, ~and draw it to another moral species.~ 78 Suppl, 49| more essential, we must draw a ~distinction; for "faith" 79 Suppl, 55| but seemingly one ought to draw a ~distinction, because 80 Suppl, 56| Church. We must however draw a distinction in reference ~ 81 Suppl, 56| marriage bond: but we ~must draw a further distinction in 82 Suppl, 58| Para. 3/3~We must therefore draw a distinction: for the inability 83 Suppl, 59| the parents endeavor to draw their ~children in different 84 Suppl, 59| then if she ~strive to draw him to unbelief, the believing 85 Suppl, 70| soul. On this account some draw a distinction in the sensitive 86 Suppl, 71| doer, and then we must draw a distinction; because the 87 Suppl, 71| said to rejoice when they draw men into sin, ~although 88 Suppl, 77| and ~second opinions which draw a distinction between parts 89 Suppl, 79| patient, else it would not draw it to its own bounds. Now 90 Suppl, 84| through the senses, or we draw it from the treasure house ~ 91 Suppl, 95| 2~I answer that, We must draw a distinction between the


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