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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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empyrean

    Part, Question
1 1, 46 | created together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, 2 1, 61 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 3 1, 61 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 61 | were not created in the empyrean ~heaven. For the angels 5 1, 61 | atmosphere: therefore not in the ~empyrean heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 6 1, 61 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the empyrean heaven is said to be the 7 1, 61 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven, it would not ~beseem 8 1, 61 | visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~ 9 1, 61 | whether it be styled the empyrean heaven, or whatever ~else 10 1, 66 | the same?~(3) Whether the empyrean heaven was created contemporaneously 11 1, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the empyrean heaven was created at the 12 1, 66 | It would seem that the empyrean heaven was not created at 13 1, 66 | formless matter. For the empyrean, if it is anything at all, ~ 14 1, 66 | bodies are movable, and the ~empyrean heaven is not movable. For 15 1, 66 | which is not the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, was not created 16 1, 66 | order." If, therefore, the ~empyrean heaven is the highest of 17 1, 66 | be moved. Therefore the empyrean heaven ~was not created 18 1, 66 | if it is held that the empyrean heaven is the place of ~ 19 1, 66 | no night. Therefore the ~empyrean heaven was not created together 20 1, 66 | visible firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: 21 1, 66 | 1/1~I answer that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the 22 1, 66 | Bede teach that there is an empyrean heaven, because the firmament, 23 1, 66 | that heaven is called the empyrean, i.e. fiery, not from its 24 1, 66 | the latter the ~ether, or empyrean. But Porphyry, as a Platonist, 25 1, 66 | and therefore called it empyrean or ethereal, ~taking ethereal 26 1, 66 | Augustine maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the sense understood 27 1, 66 | beginning the condition of the empyrean.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 28 1, 66 | as some assert, that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state 29 1, 66 | that the influence of the empyrean upon that which is called 30 1, 66 | we may also say that the empyrean has light, not ~condensed 31 1, 66 | the angelic nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~ 32 1, 66 | making no ~mention of the empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, 33 1, 66 | implied as existing in the empyrean heaven, this ~being the 34 1, 68 | on the first ~day is the empyrean, and the firmament made 35 1, 68 | Strabus, one heaven is called ~empyrean, that is, fiery, solely 36 1, 68 | heavens; the first ~is the empyrean, which is wholly luminous; 37 1, 73 | heaven, ~especially the empyrean. Hence it is written (Eccles. 38 1, 76 | means of the light of ~the empyrean heaven. Now all this is 39 1, 47 | created together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, 40 1, 62 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 41 1, 62 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 42 1, 62 | were not created in the empyrean ~heaven. For the angels 43 1, 62 | atmosphere: therefore not in the ~empyrean heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 44 1, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the empyrean heaven is said to be the 45 1, 62 | angels were created in the empyrean heaven, it would not ~beseem 46 1, 62 | visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~ 47 1, 62 | whether it be styled the empyrean heaven, or whatever ~else 48 1, 67 | the same?~(3) Whether the empyrean heaven was created contemporaneously 49 1, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the empyrean heaven was created at the 50 1, 67 | It would seem that the empyrean heaven was not created at 51 1, 67 | formless matter. For the empyrean, if it is anything at all, ~ 52 1, 67 | bodies are movable, and the ~empyrean heaven is not movable. For 53 1, 67 | which is not the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, was not created 54 1, 67 | order." If, therefore, the ~empyrean heaven is the highest of 55 1, 67 | be moved. Therefore the empyrean heaven ~was not created 56 1, 67 | if it is held that the empyrean heaven is the place of ~ 57 1, 67 | no night. Therefore the ~empyrean heaven was not created together 58 1, 67 | visible firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: 59 1, 67 | 1/1~I answer that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the 60 1, 67 | Bede teach that there is an empyrean heaven, because the firmament, 61 1, 67 | that heaven is called the empyrean, i.e. fiery, not from its 62 1, 67 | the latter the ~ether, or empyrean. But Porphyry, as a Platonist, 63 1, 67 | and therefore called it empyrean or ethereal, ~taking ethereal 64 1, 67 | Augustine maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the sense understood 65 1, 67 | beginning the condition of the empyrean.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 66 1, 67 | as some assert, that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state 67 1, 67 | that the influence of the empyrean upon that which is called 68 1, 67 | we may also say that the empyrean has light, not ~condensed 69 1, 67 | the angelic nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~ 70 1, 67 | making no ~mention of the empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, 71 1, 67 | implied as existing in the empyrean heaven, this ~being the 72 1, 69 | on the first ~day is the empyrean, and the firmament made 73 1, 69 | Strabus, one heaven is called ~empyrean, that is, fiery, solely 74 1, 69 | heavens; the first ~is the empyrean, which is wholly luminous; 75 1, 72 | heaven, ~especially the empyrean. Hence it is written (Eccles. 76 1, 75 | means of the light of ~the empyrean heaven. Now all this is 77 1, 101 | the blessed - that is, the empyrean heaven. Therefore the ~place 78 1, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The empyrean heaven is the highest of 79 1, 101 | from the ~beginning in the empyrean heaven, but was destined 80 1, 101 | dwelling-place - namely, the empyrean heaven. But before ~sin 81 1, 101 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The empyrean heaven was a fitting abode 82 1, 111 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the empyrean heaven is the place that 83 1, 111 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The empyrean heaven belongs to the angelic 84 1, 111 | derive his dignity from the empyrean heaven; so when he is ~not 85 1, 111 | is ~not actually in the empyrean heaven, nothing of his dignity 86 2, 4 | bodily ~place, viz. the empyrean heaven, will be appointed 87 2, 10 | the fiery heaven, i.e. the Empyrean.] And in like manner it 88 2, 102 | skins dyed red denoted the empyrean heaven, where the ~angels 89 2, 102 | or tiara signified the ~empyrean: the golden plate was a 90 2, 173 | third heaven denotes the empyrean [*1 Tim. 2:7; ~Cf. FP, Q[ 91 3, 45 | was brought down from the empyrean heaven, but from some place 92 3, 49 | heaven, but not in ~to the empyrean heaven, which is the abode 93 Suppl, 69| 1/2~On the contrary, The empyrean heaven is a corporeal place, 94 Suppl, 69| the same place, namely the empyrean, is assigned to ~the holy 95 Suppl, 70| happen to be outside the empyrean, in fact this somewhat conduces ~ 96 Suppl, 72| in the end. Nor did the empyrean ~heaven contract any stain 97 Suppl, 72| sinners, as neither is the ~empyrean heaven: since from both 98 Suppl, 80| be able to ascend to the ~empyrean,* and this is erroneous. [* 99 Suppl, 80| this is erroneous. [*The empyrean was the highest of the ~ 100 Suppl, 81| earth, will ~ascend to the empyrean [*The empyrean was the highest 101 Suppl, 81| ascend to the empyrean [*The empyrean was the highest of the concentric ~ 102 Suppl, 94| sorrowful"; and thus even as the empyrean is a fitting place for the ~


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