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1 1, 3 | written: "He is higher than Heaven, and what wilt thou do? ~ 2 1, 3 | the soul of the highest heaven. Again, others have ~said 3 1, 8 | It is written, "I fill heaven and earth." (Jer. 23:24).~ 4 1, 9 | as all the blessed ~in heaven. Therefore some creatures 5 1, 12 | mundane bodies of the new heaven ~and the new earth, as to 6 1, 13 | of Whom all paternity in heaven and earth is named" ~(Eph. 7 1, 19 | influence of the ~first heaven. Since, then, the will of 8 1, 19 | done on earth, as it is in heaven" ~(Mt. 6:10). There is, 9 1, 19 | done on earth as it is in heaven." That permission and ~operation 10 1, 20 | that there ~shall be joy in heaven upon the one sinner that 11 1, 22 | walketh about ~the poles of heaven." Rabbi Moses, however, 12 1, 25 | the power of the mover of heaven is infinite, because it 13 1, 29 | three who bear witness in heaven, ~the Father, the Word, 14 1, 30 | three who bear witness in ~heaven, the father, the Word, and 15 1, 32 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," subjoined, " 16 1, 33 | from whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is named" ( 17 1, 36 | three who bear ~witness in heaven, the Father, the Word, and 18 1, 39 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," the Hebrew original 19 1, 43 | 9:10): "Send her from ~heaven to Thy Saints, and from 20 1, 45 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 45 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." But heaven and 22 1, 45 | heaven and earth." But heaven and earth are subsisting 23 1, 45 | x). In this way even in heaven there is paternity, as the 24 1, 45 | From whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is ~named." 25 1, 46 | is said to have created heaven and earth in the beginning?~ 26 1, 46 | Mundo i, text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. Therefore 27 1, 46 | text 20) he proves that heaven ~is ungenerated, forasmuch 28 1, 46 | except ~that matter and heaven did not begin by generation, 29 1, 46 | said, ~especially about heaven. But we say that matter 30 1, 46 | But we say that matter and heaven were produced ~into being 31 1, 46 | when we say that above heaven there is nothing, ~the word " 32 1, 46 | Coelo i), who held that heaven was ungenerated. Therefore 33 1, 46 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth": in which words 34 1, 46 | demonstrated that man, or heaven, or a stone were not always. ~ 35 1, 46 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 46 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," are expounded 37 1, 46 | all things - "God created heaven and earth." ~For four things 38 1, 46 | together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, by which 39 1, 46 | because ~together with time heaven and earth were created.~ 40 1, 52 | while the ~angels are in heaven, they are not on earth." ~ 41 1, 58 | things at once: just as in heaven "our thoughts will not be 42 1, 61 | created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 43 1, 61 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." Now, this would 44 1, 61 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth," the words, " 45 1, 61 | created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 46 1, 61 | created in the empyrean ~heaven. For the angels are incorporeal 47 1, 61 | therefore not in the ~empyrean heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 48 1, 61 | 3: Further, the empyrean heaven is said to be the highest 49 1, 61 | is said to be the highest heaven. If ~therefore the angels 50 1, 61 | created in the empyrean heaven, it would not ~beseem them 51 1, 61 | mount up to a still higher heaven. And this is contrary to ~ 52 1, 61 | angel: "I ~will ascend into heaven" (Is. 14:13).~Aquin.: SMT 53 1, 61 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," says: "By heaven 54 1, 61 | heaven and earth," says: "By heaven he does not mean the visible ~ 55 1, 61 | it be styled the empyrean heaven, or whatever ~else it be 56 1, 61 | Isidore says that the highest heaven is the heaven ~of the angels, 57 1, 61 | the highest heaven is the heaven ~of the angels, explaining 58 1, 61 | passage of Dt. 10:14: "Behold heaven is the ~Lord's thy God, 59 1, 61 | Lord's thy God, and the heaven of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 61 | thy God, and the heaven of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 61 1, 61 | means the ~highest part of heaven, to which the atmosphere 62 1, 61 | speaking there of any corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven of the 63 1, 61 | corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; 64 1, 62 | without form, and was called "heaven": but afterwards it received ~ 65 1, 63 | 14), ~"I will ascend into heaven . . . I will be like the 66 1, 63 | were to desire to create ~heaven and earth, which is proper 67 1, 63 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," which is said to have 68 1, 63 | third part of the stars of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 69 1, 64 | are with the holy souls in heaven. But ~after the judgment 70 1, 64 | in ~hell, and the good in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 71 1, 64 | dissolved, we have a house in ~heaven." Others, again, while not 72 1, 65 | the beginning God created heaven and earth"; the work of ~ 73 1, 65 | said (Ps. 145:6): "Who made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and 74 1, 65 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth"; by which are 75 1, 65 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 76 1, 66 | 3) Whether the empyrean heaven was created contemporaneously 77 1, 66 | two created natures, the heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness 78 1, 66 | the formlessness of the heaven is indicated by the words, ~" 79 1, 66 | the air is included under ~heaven; and the formlessness of 80 1, 66 | first being that of the ~heaven from the earth, in which 81 1, 66 | the beginning God created heaven and earth." The second ~ 82 1, 66 | considered that by the word heaven is meant fire, for he held ~ 83 1, 66 | meant fire, for he held ~heaven to be composed of fire, 84 1, 66 | itself is the matter of the heaven - beings in ~potentiality 85 1, 66 | 1/1~Whether the empyrean heaven was created at the same 86 1, 66 | would seem that the empyrean heaven was not created at the ~ 87 1, 66 | movable, and the ~empyrean heaven is not movable. For if it 88 1, 66 | the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, was not created contemporaneously 89 1, 66 | therefore, the ~empyrean heaven is the highest of bodies, 90 1, 66 | Therefore the empyrean heaven ~was not created together 91 1, 66 | is held that the empyrean heaven is the place of ~contemplation, 92 1, 66 | which we call the sidereal heaven. There ~exists also a heaven 93 1, 66 | heaven. There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called 94 1, 66 | aqueous or ~crystalline heaven. If, then, there exists 95 1, 66 | there exists a still higher heaven, it must ~be wholly luminous. 96 1, 66 | Therefore the ~empyrean heaven was not created together 97 1, 66 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," heaven denotes 98 1, 66 | created heaven and earth," heaven denotes not the visible 99 1, 66 | but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 100 1, 66 | answer that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the authority 101 1, 66 | that there is an empyrean heaven, because the firmament, 102 1, 66 | take to mean the sidereal heaven, is said to have been made, 103 1, 66 | expected to be. So, ~then, that heaven is called the empyrean, 104 1, 66 | as a Platonist, held the heaven, known ~as sidereal, to 105 1, 66 | maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the sense understood 106 1, 66 | assert, that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state of glory 107 1, 66 | which is called the ~first heaven, and is moved, produces 108 1, 66 | It is certain that the ~heaven was created spherical in 109 1, 66 | angelic nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, 110 1, 66 | mention of the empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, 111 1, 66 | existing in the empyrean heaven, this ~being the boundary 112 1, 67 | the beginning God created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual 113 1, 67 | understood by the word ~"heaven," and formless matter of 114 1, 67 | is common to the entire heaven, and is the cause of day 115 1, 68 | Whether there is more than one heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 116 1, 68 | God called the firmament heaven." But the ~heaven existed 117 1, 68 | firmament heaven." But the ~heaven existed before days, as 118 1, 68 | the beginning ~God created heaven and earth." Therefore the 119 1, 68 | again, have held that the heaven is ~not of the nature of 120 1, 68 | the beginning God created heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~ 121 1, 68 | to hold ~that a different heaven is spoken of in the words: " 122 1, 68 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," and when we 123 1, 68 | We may also say that the heaven recorded as created in the 124 1, 68 | ad lit. i, 9) that ~the heaven recorded as made on the 125 1, 68 | spiritual ~nature, and that the heaven of the second day is the 126 1, 68 | second day is the corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede (Hexaem. 127 1, 68 | Hexaem. i) and Strabus, the heaven made on the first ~day is 128 1, 68 | second day, the starry ~heaven. According to Damascene ( 129 1, 68 | he understands the starry heaven. According to ~another theory, 130 1, 68 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven made on the first day was 131 1, 68 | first day was the starry heaven, and the firmament ~made 132 1, 68 | collected, which is also called heaven, but equivocally. And to 133 1, 68 | God called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding 134 1, 68 | we understand the starry heaven, and as ~being of the nature 135 1, 68 | that the waters above the heaven are of the same nature as 136 1, 68 | we understand the starry ~heaven, not, however, as being 137 1, 68 | according to Strabus, one heaven is called ~empyrean, that 138 1, 68 | splendor: so this ~other heaven will be called aqueous solely 139 1, 68 | transparence; and this heaven is above the starry heaven. 140 1, 68 | heaven is above the starry heaven. Again, if the ~firmament 141 1, 68 | lifted above the starry heaven, is a mere ~absurdity. The 142 1, 68 | of the earth and of the heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 143 1, 68 | this is the ~crystalline heaven of some writers.~Aquin.: 144 1, 68 | opinion, they are above the ~heaven that is wholly transparent 145 1, 68 | revolution of the entire ~heaven, whereby the continuance 146 1, 68 | the same way ~the starry heaven, by the zodiacal movement, 147 1, 68 | are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by our senses, 148 1, 68 | extent, exists above that heaven. On this view the firmament ~ 149 1, 68 | this view the firmament ~of heaven might be said to divide 150 1, 68 | from all bodies under the heaven, since they ~took water 151 1, 68 | the firmament the starry heaven, or the ~cloudy region of 152 1, 68 | waters. For the starry heaven divides the lower transparent 153 1, 68 | is understood the starry heaven, the ~waters above are not 154 1, 68 | Whether there is only one heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 155 1, 68 | seem that there is only one heaven. For the heaven is ~contrasted 156 1, 68 | only one heaven. For the heaven is ~contrasted with the 157 1, 68 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."But there is 158 1, 68 | Therefore there is only ~one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 159 1, 68 | be one; and such is the heaven, as the Philosopher proves ( 160 1, 68 | Therefore there is but one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 161 1, 68 | of which each is called heaven, but ~this common notion 162 1, 68 | cannot be more ~than one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 163 1, 68 | that there is only one ~heaven (Hom. iv in Gen.), and that 164 1, 68 | Chrysostom means by the one heaven the whole body that is above 165 1, 68 | air are called ~birds of heaven [*Ps. 8:9]. But since in 166 1, 68 | that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold sense. ~Sometimes 167 1, 68 | third is called the starry ~heaven, in part transparent, and 168 1, 68 | the second place, the name heaven is applied to a body that ~ 169 1, 68 | Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all the space between the 170 1, 68 | was "rapt ~to the third heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 171 1, 68 | fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian 172 1, 68 | the lower, the Olympian heaven from a ~lofty mountain of 173 1, 68 | brightness, the ethereal heaven; the lower, the aerial. 174 1, 68 | metaphorical uses of the word heaven, as when this ~name is applied 175 1, 68 | words, "I ~will ascend into heaven"; whereby the evil spirit 176 1, 68 | are signified by the word heaven, and, in fact, are so ~signified, 177 1, 68 | reward is very great in heaven" (Mt. 5:12).~Aquin.: SMT 178 1, 68 | s rapture "to the third ~heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 179 1, 68 | stands in relation to the heaven as the centre of ~a circle 180 1, 68 | argument holds good as to the heaven, in so far as it ~denotes 181 1, 69 | the beginning God created heaven and earth." Therefore the ~ 182 1, 69 | total absence of form, since heaven, earth, and water ~already 183 1, 69 | three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of them, was 184 1, 69 | from the movement of the heaven, and is the numerical ~measure 185 1, 69 | is, the air, "He called ~heaven": for that which was first 186 1, 69 | created was also called "heaven." And ~here, again, it is 187 1, 69 | are the generations of the heaven and the earth, when they 188 1, 69 | that . . . God made the heaven and the earth, and every 189 1, 70 | that of "creation," the heaven and the earth were produced, 190 1, 70 | work of "distinction," the heaven and ~the earth were perfected, 191 1, 70 | For ~the perfection of the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, 192 1, 70 | as created, namely, the heaven, the water, and the ~earth; 193 1, 70 | of ~distinction, so that heaven was formed on the first 194 1, 70 | the lights, to adorn the heaven by their movements; on the 195 1, 70 | afraid of ~the signs of heaven, which the heathens fear." 196 1, 70 | lifting up thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the sun and the 197 1, 70 | moon and all the stars of ~heaven, and being deceived by error 198 1, 70 | OBJ 1: The lights in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~ 199 1, 70 | is common to the ~whole heaven and may be understood to 200 1, 70 | 1~Whether the lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: 201 1, 70 | seem that the lights of heaven are living beings. For ~ 202 1, 70 | body ~less noble than the heaven, is adorned with living 203 1, 70 | Therefore the lights of heaven, as ~pertaining to its adornment, 204 1, 70 | not life." The lights of heaven, therefore, are ~living 205 1, 70 | Further, the movement of the heaven and the heavenly bodies 206 1, 70 | first of movables is the heaven. Now, of all things ~that 207 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The heaven is said to move itself in 208 1, 71 | waters and the ~firmament of heaven to show that the fifth day 209 1, 71 | exhalations; ~partly with the heaven as to the higher region. 210 1, 73 | that of the body in the heaven, ~especially the empyrean. 211 1, 74 | writers, these parts being the heaven, or highest part, the water, 212 1, 74 | of the air; or with the heaven, to which the higher region 213 1, 74 | are the generations of the heaven and the earth, when ~they 214 1, 74 | the Lord . . . made the heaven and the ~earth, and every 215 1, 74 | day in which God made "the heaven and the earth, and every ~ 216 1, 74 | same day. But He made the heaven and ~the earth on the first 217 1, 74 | on which God created the heaven and the earth, ~He created 218 1, 74 | Word of God, so were the heaven and the ~earth. For "all 219 1, 74 | Therefore in the ~creation of heaven and earth, as in the other 220 1, 74 | Civ. Dei ix, 33), by the heaven ~is understood the formless 221 1, 74 | Hom. i in Hexaem.), the heaven and the earth, as ~the two 222 1, 76 | the ~light of the sidereal heaven; the sensible soul, by means 223 1, 76 | the light of ~the crystal heaven; and the intellectual soul 224 1, 76 | the light of ~the empyrean heaven. Now all this is fictious 225 1, 39 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," the Hebrew original 226 1, 43 | 9:10): "Send her from ~heaven to Thy Saints, and from 227 1, 46 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 228 1, 46 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." But heaven and 229 1, 46 | heaven and earth." But heaven and earth are subsisting 230 1, 46 | x). In this way even in heaven there is paternity, as the 231 1, 46 | From whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is ~named." 232 1, 47 | is said to have created heaven and earth in the beginning? ~ 233 1, 47 | Mundo i, text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. Therefore 234 1, 47 | text 20) he proves that heaven ~is ungenerated, forasmuch 235 1, 47 | except ~that matter and heaven did not begin by generation, 236 1, 47 | said, ~especially about heaven. But we say that matter 237 1, 47 | But we say that matter and heaven were produced ~into being 238 1, 47 | when we say that above heaven there is nothing, ~the word " 239 1, 47 | Coelo i), who held that heaven was ungenerated. Therefore 240 1, 47 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth": in which words 241 1, 47 | demonstrated that man, or heaven, or a stone were not always. ~ 242 1, 47 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 243 1, 47 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," are expounded 244 1, 47 | all things - "God created heaven and earth." ~For four things 245 1, 47 | together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, by which 246 1, 47 | because ~together with time heaven and earth were created.~ 247 1, 53 | while the ~angels are in heaven, they are not on earth." ~ 248 1, 59 | things at once: just as in heaven "our thoughts will not be 249 1, 62 | created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 250 1, 62 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." Now, this would 251 1, 62 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth," the words, " 252 1, 62 | created in the empyrean heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 253 1, 62 | created in the empyrean ~heaven. For the angels are incorporeal 254 1, 62 | therefore not in the ~empyrean heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 255 1, 62 | 3: Further, the empyrean heaven is said to be the highest 256 1, 62 | is said to be the highest heaven. If ~therefore the angels 257 1, 62 | created in the empyrean heaven, it would not ~beseem them 258 1, 62 | mount up to a still higher heaven. And this is contrary to ~ 259 1, 62 | angel: "I ~will ascend into heaven" (Is. 14:13).~Aquin.: SMT 260 1, 62 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," says: "By heaven 261 1, 62 | heaven and earth," says: "By heaven he does not mean the visible ~ 262 1, 62 | it be styled the empyrean heaven, or whatever ~else it be 263 1, 62 | Isidore says that the highest heaven is the heaven ~of the angels, 264 1, 62 | the highest heaven is the heaven ~of the angels, explaining 265 1, 62 | passage of Dt. 10:14: "Behold heaven is the ~Lord's thy God, 266 1, 62 | Lord's thy God, and the heaven of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 267 1, 62 | thy God, and the heaven of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 268 1, 62 | means the ~highest part of heaven, to which the atmosphere 269 1, 62 | speaking there of any corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven of the 270 1, 62 | corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; 271 1, 63 | without form, and was called "heaven": but afterwards it received ~ 272 1, 64 | 14), ~"I will ascend into heaven . . . I will be like the 273 1, 64 | were to desire to create ~heaven and earth, which is proper 274 1, 64 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," which is said to have 275 1, 64 | third part of the stars of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 276 1, 65 | are with the holy souls in heaven. But ~after the judgment 277 1, 65 | in ~hell, and the good in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 278 1, 65 | dissolved, we have a house in ~heaven." Others, again, while not 279 1, 66 | the beginning God created heaven and earth"; the work of ~ 280 1, 66 | said (Ps. 145:6): "Who made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and 281 1, 66 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth"; by which are 282 1, 66 | the ~beginning God created heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT 283 1, 67 | 3) Whether the empyrean heaven was created contemporaneously 284 1, 67 | two created natures, the heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness 285 1, 67 | the formlessness of the heaven is indicated by the words, ~" 286 1, 67 | the air is included under ~heaven; and the formlessness of 287 1, 67 | first being that of the ~heaven from the earth, in which 288 1, 67 | the beginning God created heaven and earth." The second ~ 289 1, 67 | considered that by the word heaven is meant fire, for he held ~ 290 1, 67 | meant fire, for he held ~heaven to be composed of fire, 291 1, 67 | itself is the matter of the heaven - beings in ~potentiality 292 1, 67 | 1/1~Whether the empyrean heaven was created at the same 293 1, 67 | would seem that the empyrean heaven was not created at the ~ 294 1, 67 | movable, and the ~empyrean heaven is not movable. For if it 295 1, 67 | the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, was not created contemporaneously 296 1, 67 | therefore, the ~empyrean heaven is the highest of bodies, 297 1, 67 | Therefore the empyrean heaven ~was not created together 298 1, 67 | is held that the empyrean heaven is the place of ~contemplation, 299 1, 67 | which we call the sidereal heaven. There ~exists also a heaven 300 1, 67 | heaven. There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called 301 1, 67 | aqueous or ~crystalline heaven. If, then, there exists 302 1, 67 | there exists a still higher heaven, it must ~be wholly luminous. 303 1, 67 | Therefore the ~empyrean heaven was not created together 304 1, 67 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," heaven denotes 305 1, 67 | created heaven and earth," heaven denotes not the visible 306 1, 67 | but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 307 1, 67 | answer that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the authority 308 1, 67 | that there is an empyrean heaven, because the firmament, 309 1, 67 | take to mean the sidereal heaven, is said to have been made, 310 1, 67 | expected to be. So, ~then, that heaven is called the empyrean, 311 1, 67 | as a Platonist, held the heaven, known ~as sidereal, to 312 1, 67 | maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the sense understood 313 1, 67 | assert, that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state of glory 314 1, 67 | which is called the ~first heaven, and is moved, produces 315 1, 67 | It is certain that the ~heaven was created spherical in 316 1, 67 | angelic nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, 317 1, 67 | mention of the empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, 318 1, 67 | existing in the empyrean heaven, this ~being the boundary 319 1, 68 | the beginning God created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual 320 1, 68 | understood by the word ~"heaven," and formless matter of 321 1, 68 | is common to the entire heaven, and is the cause of day 322 1, 69 | Whether there is more than one heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 323 1, 69 | God called the firmament heaven." But the ~heaven existed 324 1, 69 | firmament heaven." But the ~heaven existed before days, as 325 1, 69 | the beginning ~God created heaven and earth." Therefore the 326 1, 69 | again, have held that the heaven is ~not of the nature of 327 1, 69 | the beginning God created heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~ 328 1, 69 | to hold ~that a different heaven is spoken of in the words: " 329 1, 69 | the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," and when we 330 1, 69 | We may also say that the heaven recorded as created in the 331 1, 69 | ad lit. i, 9) that ~the heaven recorded as made on the 332 1, 69 | spiritual ~nature, and that the heaven of the second day is the 333 1, 69 | second day is the corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede (Hexaem. 334 1, 69 | Hexaem. i) and Strabus, the heaven made on the first ~day is 335 1, 69 | second day, the starry ~heaven. According to Damascene ( 336 1, 69 | he understands the starry heaven. According to ~another theory, 337 1, 69 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven made on the first day was 338 1, 69 | first day was the starry heaven, and the firmament ~made 339 1, 69 | collected, which is also called heaven, but equivocally. And to 340 1, 69 | God called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding 341 1, 69 | we understand the starry heaven, and as ~being of the nature 342 1, 69 | that the waters above the heaven are of the same nature as 343 1, 69 | we understand the starry ~heaven, not, however, as being 344 1, 69 | according to Strabus, one heaven is called ~empyrean, that 345 1, 69 | splendor: so this ~other heaven will be called aqueous solely 346 1, 69 | transparence; and this heaven is above the starry heaven. 347 1, 69 | heaven is above the starry heaven. Again, if the ~firmament 348 1, 69 | lifted above the starry heaven, is a mere ~absurdity. The 349 1, 69 | of the earth and of the heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 350 1, 69 | this is the ~crystalline heaven of some writers.~Aquin.: 351 1, 69 | opinion, they are above the ~heaven that is wholly transparent 352 1, 69 | revolution of the entire ~heaven, whereby the continuance 353 1, 69 | the same way ~the starry heaven, by the zodiacal movement, 354 1, 69 | are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by our senses, 355 1, 69 | extent, exists above that heaven. On this view the firmament ~ 356 1, 69 | this view the firmament ~of heaven might be said to divide 357 1, 69 | from all bodies under the heaven, since they ~took water 358 1, 69 | the firmament the starry heaven, or the ~cloudy region of 359 1, 69 | waters. For the starry heaven divides the lower transparent 360 1, 69 | is understood the starry heaven, the ~waters above are not 361 1, 69 | Whether there is only one heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 362 1, 69 | seem that there is only one heaven. For the heaven is ~contrasted 363 1, 69 | only one heaven. For the heaven is ~contrasted with the 364 1, 69 | the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."But there is 365 1, 69 | Therefore there is only ~one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 366 1, 69 | be one; and such is the heaven, as the Philosopher proves ( 367 1, 69 | Therefore there is but one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 368 1, 69 | of which each is called heaven, but ~this common notion 369 1, 69 | cannot be more ~than one heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 370 1, 69 | that there is only one ~heaven (Hom. iv in Gen.), and that 371 1, 69 | Chrysostom means by the one heaven the whole body that is above 372 1, 69 | air are called ~birds of heaven [*Ps. 8:9]. But since in 373 1, 69 | that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold sense. ~Sometimes 374 1, 69 | third is called the starry ~heaven, in part transparent, and 375 1, 69 | the second place, the name heaven is applied to a body that ~ 376 1, 69 | Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all the space between the 377 1, 69 | was "rapt ~to the third heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 378 1, 69 | fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian 379 1, 69 | the lower, the Olympian heaven from a ~lofty mountain of 380 1, 69 | brightness, the ethereal heaven; the lower, the aerial. 381 1, 69 | metaphorical uses of the word heaven, as when this ~name is applied 382 1, 69 | words, "I ~will ascend into heaven"; whereby the evil spirit 383 1, 69 | are signified by the word heaven, and, in fact, are so ~signified, 384 1, 69 | reward is very great in heaven" (Mt. 5:12).~Aquin.: SMT 385 1, 69 | s rapture "to the third ~heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 386 1, 69 | stands in relation to the heaven as the centre of ~a circle 387 1, 69 | argument holds good as to the heaven, in so far as it ~denotes 388 1, 70 | the beginning God created heaven and earth." Therefore the ~ 389 1, 70 | total absence of form, since heaven, earth, and water ~already 390 1, 70 | three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of them, was 391 1, 70 | from the movement of the heaven, and is the numerical ~measure 392 1, 70 | is, the air, "He called ~heaven": for that which was first 393 1, 70 | created was also called "heaven." And ~here, again, it is 394 1, 70 | are the generations of the heaven and the earth, when they 395 1, 70 | that . . . God made the heaven and the earth, and every 396 1, 71 | that of "creation," the heaven and the earth were produced, 397 1, 71 | work of "distinction," the heaven and ~the earth were perfected, 398 1, 71 | For ~the perfection of the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, 399 1, 71 | as created, namely, the heaven, the water, and the ~earth; 400 1, 71 | of ~distinction, so that heaven was formed on the first 401 1, 71 | the lights, to adorn the heaven by their movements; on the 402 1, 71 | afraid of ~the signs of heaven, which the heathens fear." 403 1, 71 | lifting up thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the sun and the 404 1, 71 | moon and all the stars of ~heaven, and being deceived by error 405 1, 71 | OBJ 1: The lights in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~ 406 1, 71 | is common to the ~whole heaven and may be understood to 407 1, 71 | 1~Whether the lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: 408 1, 71 | seem that the lights of heaven are living beings. For ~ 409 1, 71 | body ~less noble than the heaven, is adorned with living 410 1, 71 | Therefore the lights of heaven, as ~pertaining to its adornment, 411 1, 71 | not life." The lights of heaven, therefore, are ~living 412 1, 71 | Further, the movement of the heaven and the heavenly bodies 413 1, 71 | first of movables is the heaven. Now, of all things ~that 414 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The heaven is said to move itself in 415 1, 71 | waters and the ~firmament of heaven to show that the fifth day 416 1, 71 | exhalations; ~partly with the heaven as to the higher region. 417 1, 72 | that of the body in the heaven, ~especially the empyrean. 418 1, 73 | writers, these parts being the heaven, or highest part, the water, 419 1, 73 | of the air; or with the heaven, to which the higher region 420 1, 73 | are the generations of the heaven and the earth, when ~they 421 1, 73 | the Lord . . . made the heaven and the ~earth, and every 422 1, 73 | day in which God made "the heaven and the earth, and every ~ 423 1, 73 | same day. But He made the heaven and ~the earth on the first 424 1, 73 | on which God created the heaven and the earth, ~He created 425 1, 73 | Word of God, so were the heaven and the ~earth. For "all 426 1, 73 | Therefore in the ~creation of heaven and earth, as in the other 427 1, 73 | Civ. Dei ix, 33), by the heaven ~is understood the formless 428 1, 73 | Hom. i in Hexaem.), the heaven and the earth, as ~the two 429 1, 75 | the ~light of the sidereal heaven; the sensible soul, by means 430 1, 75 | the light of ~the crystal heaven; and the intellectual soul 431 1, 75 | the light of ~the empyrean heaven. Now all this is fictious 432 1, 81 | things ~politic. For the heaven, which aims at the universal 433 1, 87 | The things that are in ~heaven, who shall search out?" 434 1, 87 | substances are said to be in ~heaven, according to Mt. 18:10, " 435 1, 87 | 18:10, "Their angels in heaven," etc. Therefore ~immaterial 436 1, 88 | which will remain with us in heaven."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 437 1, 88 | souls of the blessed in heaven, for Gregory continues the 438 1, 90 | work of Thy ~hands is the heaven," and elsewhere (Ps. 94: 439 1, 92 | adapted to look ~upward to heaven, for this reason we may 440 1, 92 | Further, the saints in heaven are most perfectly conformed 441 1, 93 | knowledge we shall have in heaven, when we see God ~through 442 1, 101 | that is, the empyrean heaven. Therefore the ~place of 443 1, 101 | soul, the place would be in heaven, which is adapted ~to the 444 1, 101 | soul; since the desire of heaven is implanted in ~all. On 445 1, 101 | Reply OBJ 1: The empyrean heaven is the highest of corporeal 446 1, 101 | beginning in the empyrean heaven, but was destined to be 447 1, 101 | dwelling-place - namely, the empyrean heaven. But before ~sin paradise 448 1, 101 | be transferred thence to heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 449 1, 101 | Reply OBJ 1: The empyrean heaven was a fitting abode for 450 1, 102 | Civ. Dei v, 11): "Not only heaven ~and earth, not only man 451 1, 106 | one ~man says to another: "Heaven was created by God"; or, " 452 1, 107 | lesser in the kingdom ~of heaven, is greater than he" - namely, 453 1, 107 | be equal to the angels in heaven (Lk. 20:36). For whatever 454 1, 111 | 2: Further, the empyrean heaven is the place that beseems 455 1, 111 | Reply OBJ 2: The empyrean heaven belongs to the angelic dignity 456 1, 111 | dignity from the empyrean heaven; so when he is ~not actually 457 1, 111 | actually in the empyrean heaven, nothing of his dignity 458 1, 112 | the text, "Their angels in heaven," etc. (Mt. 8:10), ~Jerome 459 1, 112 | 18:10), "Their angels in heaven," etc. is to be understood 460 1, 112 | he should journey towards heaven. On this road man is ~threatened 461 1, 112 | with us, they are not in heaven." But sometimes they are ~ 462 1, 112 | But sometimes they are ~in heaven. Therefore sometimes they 463 1, 112 | for even when he is in heaven he knows what is happening 464 1, 113 | when fire came down from ~heaven and at one blow consumed 465 1, 115 | chain of fate moves the heaven and the stars, ~tempers 466 1, 116 | lesser in the kingdom of heaven is ~greater than he." Therefore 467 1, 116 | but not from the Church in heaven, which is contained in ~ 468 1, 116 | philosophers the mover of the lower heaven cannot move the ~higher 469 1, 116 | cannot move the ~higher heaven. Wherefore, since the soul 470 2, 3 | as the ~angels . . . in heaven" (Mt. 22:30).~Aquin.: SMT 471 2, 3 | happiness which we await in heaven; because at the ~resurrection, " 472 2, 4 | that vision of the highest heaven." ~Whence he concludes that, " 473 2, 4 | yourselves treasures in heaven": and (Mt. 25:34): "Come, 474 2, 4 | reward is very great in ~heaven." But to be in heaven implies 475 2, 4 | in ~heaven." But to be in heaven implies being in a place. 476 2, 4 | 25): "For what have I in heaven? ~and besides Thee what 477 2, 4 | 5), it is ~not material heaven that is described as the 478 2, 4 | reward of the saints, but a ~heaven raised on the height of 479 2, 4 | place, viz. the empyrean heaven, will be appointed to the 480 2, 10 | proper ~place is the fiery heaven, i.e. the Empyrean.] And 481 2, 23 | 13:33, "The kingdom of heaven is ~like to leaven," etc., 482 2, 31 | and see not the ~light of heaven?" Therefore the pleasure 483 2, 66 | enter into the ~kingdom of heaven": and (Prov. 15:5): "In 484 2, 67 | understood to mean that in heaven the knowledge of faith ~ 485 2, 67 | therefore evident that, in heaven, nothing ~remains of faith, 486 2, 67 | equality with the charity of heaven, however much it be ~increased. 487 2, 67 | wayfarer does not ~remain in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 488 2, 67 | same as the charity of ~heaven: its object is the thing 489 2, 67 | perfection of the charity of heaven, is a difference on the 490 2, 68 | Whether they remain in heaven?~(7) Of their comparison 491 2, 68 | the Holy Ghost remain in heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 492 2, 68 | Ghost do not remain in ~heaven. For Gregory says (Moral. 493 2, 68 | will be no temptations in heaven, according to Is. 11:9: " 494 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 495 2, 68 | gifts are not possible in heaven; for Gregory says ~(Moral. 496 2, 68 | will be most perfectly in heaven, as may be ~gathered from 497 2, 68 | be especially realized in heaven, ~where God will be "all 498 2, 69 | Further, the kingdom of heaven which is set down as the 499 2, 69 | poverty is the happiness of heaven, as Augustine says (De Civ. 500 2, 69 | Because the "kingdom of heaven," as Augustine says (De


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