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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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steps

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | near to God by no corporeal steps, since He is ~everywhere, 2 2, 102 | Thou shalt not go up by steps ~unto My altar." It was 3 2, 102 | to go up to it except by steps. ~For it is written (Ex. 4 2, 102 | necessary to "go up" to it "by steps." This ~was in detestation 5 2, 102 | to go up" to the altar by steps. Moreover we should not ~ 6 2, 102 | Thou shalt not go up by ~steps unto My altar" (Ex. 20:26) 7 2, 102 | sacrifices would go up by steps of wood, ~not fixed but 8 2, 105 | before" (in which case steps might have been taken to 9 2, 112 | by God, and that ~man's steps are guided by God.~Aquin.: 10 2, 23 | is ~approached, "not by steps of the body but by the affections 11 2, 31 | us, but by taking proper steps to find him. ~Wherefore 12 2, 31 | it is necessary to ~take steps to denounce him at once, 13 2, 31 | avail, we must take further steps, however ~secret the sin 14 2, 34 | elsewhere (Ps. 72:2,3): "My steps had well nigh slipped, ~ 15 2, 51 | by the body; while the ~steps that intervene by which 16 2, 51 | counsel descends by these steps in due order, whereas if 17 2, 51 | passion, without taking ~these steps, it will be a case of precipitation. 18 2, 51 | thine eye-lids go before thy steps." Now this pertains to ~ 19 2, 54 | thine eyelids go before thy steps." Therefore the ~Law also 20 2, 77 | bodily movement, when he steps [graditur] beyond [trans] 21 2, 81 | approach ~to them not by the steps of the body, but by pious 22 2, 114 | and destroy the way of thy steps." Therefore flattery ~is 23 2, 178 | 3: These six denote the steps whereby we ascend by means 24 2, 182 | endeavor to ascend by these steps to the perfection of ~charity."~ 25 2, 182 | him to follow, not with steps ~of the body, but with devotion 26 2, 187 | summit by overpassing the ~steps." [*The rest of the quotation 27 3, 19 | human, but to give hale steps to ~sickly limbs, wholly 28 3, 28 | not to take ~the necessary steps for leaving a posterity 29 3, 35 | shall tread it down; the steps of the needy," i.e. of the ~ 30 3, 41 | others too should take such ~steps as will lead them into temptation. 31 3, 46 | you ~should follow in His steps." Thirdly, because Christ 32 3, 46 | Covenant; all of which are like steps by which we mount ~to the 33 3, 83 | Thou ~shalt not go up by steps unto My altar, i.e. thou 34 3, 83 | i.e. thou shalt make no steps ~towards the Trinity." Or 35 3, 84 | hath ~disposed to ascend by steps, in the vale of tears." 36 3, 87 | have the purpose of taking steps to commit fewer venial sins, 37 Suppl, 54| according to the various steps we take we find various 38 Suppl, 62| fornication. Because one may take steps for procuring a divorce ~ 39 Suppl, 62| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Steps may be taken to procure


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