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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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road

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | as he who goes along the road, does not ~see those who 2 1, 14 | whereas he who sees the whole road from a ~height, sees at 3 1, 77 | man." But weakness is the road to corruption. ~Therefore 4 1, 76 | man." But weakness is the road to corruption. ~Therefore 5 1, 112 | life, is, as it were, on a ~road by which he should journey 6 1, 112 | towards heaven. On this road man is ~threatened by many 7 1, 112 | have to pass by ~an unsafe road, so an angel guardian is 8 1, 113 | Further, temptation is the road to sin. Now sin dwells in 9 2, 1 | while walking along the road one needs not to be ~thinking 10 2, 6 | someone is coming along the road, so that he shoots an ~arrow 11 2, 13 | the first or the second road: and if he find that the ~ 12 2, 13 | assured, takes to the third road ~without trying the scent; 13 2, 13 | others, and there is no other road. Therefore it ~seems that 14 2, 18 | but that it is a kind of road to the entire loss of ~health, 15 2, 22 | Further, passion is the road to corruption; since "every 16 2, 32 | being as it were, the ~road to the search of truth, 17 2, 53 | diminishing of a habit ~is the road which leads to its corruption, 18 2, 89 | of the flesh, follow the road of ~damnation, even if they 19 2, 99 | subordination to God is a road leading the imperfect to 20 2, 22 | the comradeship of the ~road, as the Philosopher explains ( 21 2, 23 | whosoever says this, leaves the road before coming to his destination." ~ 22 2, 37 | the loss of charity is the road to the loss of faith, according ~ 23 2, 37 | so too, schism is the ~road to heresy. Wherefore Jerome 24 2, 75 | who walk along the broad road of sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 25 2, 75 | man needs more to know the road of virtue than to know ~ 26 2, 152 | marriage and is put on the road to a wanton life ~from which 27 2, 162 | should fall down ~in the road. Such a defect is not proportionate 28 3, 35 | nativity is said to be "the ~road to nature," as the Philosopher 29 3, 42 | error, and to ~open out the road to faith. Now He would have 30 3, 45 | anyone go straight along a road, he must have some ~knowledge 31 3, 45 | when hard and rough is the road, heavy the going, but ~delightful 32 3, 57 | reward, just as neither are a road and its terminus ~the same. 33 3, 67 | father and a guide in the road of salvation."~Aquin.: SMT 34 3, 68 | Christ ~did not narrow man's road to salvation. But before 35 Suppl, 36| appear that he is on the road to ~acquire it.~Aquin.: 36 Suppl, 71| skull of a dead man on the road, and that ~after praying


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