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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 63 | same instant in ~which the moon is lit up by the sun, the 2 1, 63 | atmosphere is lit up by the ~moon. Now, it is manifest that 3 1, 67 | worship as gods even the sun, moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden 4 1, 68 | beneath the vault of the moon, as ~well as the fact that 5 1, 68 | between the waters and the moon's orb, ~calling it the aerial. 6 1, 70 | are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly bodies. 7 1, 70 | many stars larger than the ~moon. Therefore the sun and the 8 1, 70 | Therefore the sun and the moon alone are not correctly 9 1, 70 | one effect, those of the moon ~another, and so forth. 10 1, 70 | produced before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~ 11 1, 70 | Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate in 12 1, 70 | of greater bulk than the moon, yet the influence of ~the 13 1, 70 | yet the influence of ~the moon is more perceptible to the 14 1, 70 | OBJ 5: Further, the new moon cannot be said "to rule 15 1, 70 | begin to count from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, was 16 1, 70 | from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, was not made " 17 1, 70 | thou see the sun and the moon and all the stars of ~heaven, 18 1, 70 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: When the moon is at its perfection it 19 1, 70 | its form. But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler bodies 20 1, 70 | its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a cause 21 1, 64 | same instant in ~which the moon is lit up by the sun, the 22 1, 64 | atmosphere is lit up by the ~moon. Now, it is manifest that 23 1, 68 | worship as gods even the sun, moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden 24 1, 69 | beneath the vault of the moon, as ~well as the fact that 25 1, 69 | between the waters and the moon's orb, ~calling it the aerial. 26 1, 71 | are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly bodies. 27 1, 71 | many stars larger than the ~moon. Therefore the sun and the 28 1, 71 | Therefore the sun and the moon alone are not correctly 29 1, 71 | one effect, those of the moon ~another, and so forth. 30 1, 71 | produced before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~ 31 1, 71 | Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate in 32 1, 71 | of greater bulk than the moon, yet the influence of ~the 33 1, 71 | yet the influence of ~the moon is more perceptible to the 34 1, 71 | OBJ 5: Further, the new moon cannot be said "to rule 35 1, 71 | begin to count from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, was 36 1, 71 | from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, was not made " 37 1, 71 | thou see the sun and the moon and all the stars of ~heaven, 38 1, 71 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: When the moon is at its perfection it 39 1, 71 | its form. But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler bodies 40 1, 71 | its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a cause 41 1, 101 | and ~because beneath the moon is the region of fire, which 42 1, 101 | paradise reaches to the moon, ~not literally, but figuratively; 43 1, 101 | however, is made of the moon rather than of other ~bodies, 44 1, 101 | the heavenly bodies, the moon is nearest to us, ~and is, 45 1, 101 | paradise reached to the moon - that is, to the middle 46 1, 101 | like arise; because the moon is said to ~have influence 47 1, 108 | as the sun enlightens the moon. But the superior demons 48 1, 109 | from the ~influence of the moon; and much more can local 49 1, 114 | to certain phases of the moon, can harass men, who on ~ 50 1, 114 | to certain phases of the ~moon, happens in two ways. Firstly, 51 1, 114 | creature," namely, the moon; as Jerome (In Matt. iv, 52 1, 114 | subject to the action of the moon, the property of which is 53 1, 114 | to certain phases of the moon, disturb ~man's imagination, 54 1, 118 | clearly the case with the sun, moon and such like. Thus there 55 2, 68 | by ~itself; whereas the moon which has the nature of 56 2, 101 | festival day, or of the ~new moon, or of the sabbaths, which 57 2, 102 | Gentiles, on the feasts of the moon, set up a ~table in front 58 2, 102 | front of the idol of the moon, wherefore it is written ( 59 2, 102 | solemnity, viz. the "New Moon," was repeated every month, 60 2, 102 | to the movement of the ~moon; wherefore this feast was 61 2, 102 | feast was kept at the new moon: and not at the full ~moon, 62 2, 102 | moon: and not at the full ~moon, to avoid the worship of 63 2, 102 | offer sacrifices to ~the moon at that particular time. 64 2, 102 | the beginning of the ~new moon, signified the enlightening 65 2, 102 | hemispheres, or the sun and moon. The twelve ~precious stones 66 2, 103 | festival day, or of the ~new moon, or of the sabbaths, which 67 2, 103 | spirit: the feast of the New Moon, to Lady Day, when appeared ~ 68 2, 2 | to the ~movement of the moon, it moves round the centre 69 2, 92 | water, or the sun and the moon, to be the gods ~that rule 70 2, 120 | their feasts of the new ~moon." It is not, however, against 71 2, 172 | Josue, who made the sun ~and moon to stand still (Josue 10: 72 3, 25 | but ~either the sun or the moon or even the angels" - that 73 3, 36 | can do this, not even the moon. ~Thirdly, because it was 74 3, 44 | this having occurred by the moon eclipsing the ~sun. For 75 3, 44 | Without any doubt we saw the moon ~encroach on the sun," he 76 3, 44 | by interposition of the moon never takes ~place except 77 3, 44 | except when the sun and moon are in conjunction. But 78 3, 44 | conjunction. But then the sun ~and moon were in opposition, it being 79 3, 44 | whereas at the sixth hour the ~moon was seen, together with 80 3, 44 | Again we saw it," i.e. the moon, "return ~supernaturally 81 3, 44 | Divine power caused ~the moon both to approach the sun 82 3, 44 | and this is because the moon's proper movement from ~ 83 3, 44 | sun, and consequently the ~moon, coming up from the west, 84 3, 44 | course. But in this case the moon had already passed the sun, ~ 85 3, 44 | to ~reappear (because the moon, coming in front of the 86 3, 44 | whereas in ~this case the moon, while returning miraculously 87 3, 44 | given to understand that the moon was ~stationary below the 88 3, 44 | it occurred at the ~full moon." It may be, therefore, 89 3, 46 | the fourteenth day of the ~moon, when the Jews sacrificed 90 3, 46 | slain, and when it was full moon," it is quite ~clear that 91 3, 46 | the fourteenth day of the ~moon - "showing thereby that 92 3, 46 | the fifteenth day of the ~moon - nevertheless, on the night 93 3, 46 | the fourteenth day of the moon, which then fell ~upon the 94 3, 46 | the fifteenth day of the moon was the most solemn ~day 95 3, 46 | is the tenth day of the moon.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 96 3, 47 | festival day, or of the new ~moon, or of the sabbaths, which 97 3, 52 | passage continues: "And the moon shall blush, and the sun ~ 98 3, 73 | the fourteenth day of the moon; and this was a figure of 99 3, 74 | the fourteenth day of the moon; and Christ ~instituted 100 3, 74 | the fourteenth day of the moon. So, then, after immolating 101 Suppl, 72| in very truth the sun and moon will be darkened?~(3) Whether 102 Suppl, 72| in the ~sun, and in the moon, and in the stars," etc.~ 103 Suppl, 72| the judgment the sun and moon will be ~darkened in very 104 Suppl, 72| the judgment the sun and ~moon will be darkened in very 105 Suppl, 72| from gathering that the sun moon, and stars ~will then be 106 Suppl, 72| astronomers the sun and moon cannot be ~eclipsed at the 107 Suppl, 72| darkening of the sun and moon is ~stated to be simultaneous, 108 Suppl, 72| 30:26, "The light of the moon ~shall be as the light of 109 Suppl, 72| we speak of the sun and moon in respect of the very ~ 110 Suppl, 72| the Divine ~power the sun, moon, and other luminaries of 111 Suppl, 72| said that the "sun and ~moon wonder at His beauty": and 112 Suppl, 72| without labor that the sun and moon travel their appointed course." ~ 113 Suppl, 74| towards the twilight, the moon being in the east and the 114 Suppl, 74| west; ~because the sun and moon are believed to have been 115 Suppl, 74| will ~need neither sun nor moon, because the glory of God 116 Suppl, 80| subtlety in the sun and moon ~and like bodies, just as 117 Suppl, 88| the day, the order of the moon and of the ~stars for the 118 Suppl, 88| go down no more, and thy moon shall not ~decrease" (Is. 119 Suppl, 88| sun and the phases of the ~moon are caused by the movement 120 Suppl, 88| thou see the sun and the moon and all the stars of heaven, 121 Suppl, 88| offices: thus the sun and moon fill the places appointed 122 Suppl, 88| that "the ~light of the moon shall be as the light of 123 Suppl, 88| original state before sin the moon shone as much as the sun 124 Suppl, 88| Therefore whenever the moon was over the earth, it made 125 Suppl, 88| statement of Gn. 1:16 that the moon was made "to rule the night." ~ 126 Suppl, 88| shall the brightness of the moon enlighten thee," and (Apoc. ~ 127 Suppl, 88| need of the sun, nor of the moon to shine in ~it." Therefore 128 Suppl, 88| 30:26): "The light of the moon shall ~be as the light of 129 Suppl, 88| 30:26, "The light of the moon shall be as ~the light of 130 Suppl, 88| at his fall, and sun and moon diminished in light." This 131 Suppl, 88| does not follow ~that the moon while over the earth would 132 Suppl, 88| benefit from the light of the moon then as ~now from the light 133 Suppl, 88| when the ~light of the moon will be increased in very 134 Suppl, 88| because then, as stated, the moon will shine as brightly as 135 Suppl, 88| of the sun," ~nor "of the moon." Secondly, on account of 136 Suppl, 88| 26, "And the light of the moon shall be," etc. ~Therefore 137 Suppl, 93| sun; to the glory of the moon those who have the ~sixtyfold 138 Suppl, 94| asserted that "the sun and the moon will stop in the place wherein


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