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1 1, 3 | produces its like. But in created things the "suppositum" 2 1, 3 | because the perfections of created goodness cannot be found 3 1, 4 | perfect. Nevertheless because created things ~are then called 4 1, 4 | 1/1~I answer that, All created perfections are in God. 5 1, 4 | wanting to Him. Now all created perfections are included ~ 6 1, 4 | to all. In this way all created things, ~so far as they 7 1, 5 | Causis) that "the first of ~created things is being."~Aquin.: 8 1, 5 | of light not to have been created in number, weight and ~measure." 9 1, 7 | infinite essence. ~Now the created intellect has an infinite 10 1, 7 | things. ~Therefore every created intellectual substance is 11 1, 7 | infinite. If, however, any created forms ~are not received 12 1, 7 | any matter. But ~because a created form thus subsisting has 13 1, 7 | subsisting being is not a created being; hence ~it is against 14 1, 7 | concreated rather than created. Nevertheless, primary matter 15 1, 7 | Likewise multitude in nature is created; and everything ~created 16 1, 7 | created; and everything ~created is comprehended under some 17 1, 7 | aimlessly. Hence everything created must be comprehended in 18 1, 8 | being by His own essence, created being must be His proper ~ 19 1, 8 | thus He is in all things ~created by Him; in another way he 20 1, 8 | how He is in other things created by Him, may be considered 21 1, 8 | things are not immediately created by God; but that ~He immediately 22 1, 8 | but that ~He immediately created the first creatures, and 23 1, 8 | first creatures, and these created the others. ~Against these 24 1, 9 | according to some, certain created substances, as angels and ~ 25 1, 9 | were possible, not by any ~created power, since no creature 26 1, 9 | iv) that "intellectual created ~substances are pure from 27 1, 12 | inquiry:~(1) Whether any created intellect can see the essence 28 1, 12 | the intellect through any ~created image?~(3) Whether the essence 29 1, 12 | corporeal eye?~(4) Whether any created intellectual substance is 30 1, 12 | of God?~(5) Whether the created intellect needs any created 31 1, 12 | created intellect needs any created light in order to ~see the 32 1, 12 | another?~(7) Whether any created intellect can comprehend 33 1, 12 | of God?~(8) Whether the created intellect seeing the essence 34 1, 12 | similitudes?~(10) Whether the created intellect knows at once 35 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any created intellect can see the essence 36 1, 12 | OBJ 1: It seems that no created intellect can see the essence 37 1, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the created intellect knows only existing 38 1, 12 | proportion ~exists between the created intellect and God; for there 39 1, 12 | between them. Therefore the created intellect cannot see the ~ 40 1, 12 | considered this, held that no created intellect can ~see the essence 41 1, 12 | if we suppose that the created ~intellect could never see 42 1, 12 | act; and in this way ~the created intellect can be proportioned 43 1, 12 | essence of God is seen by the created intellect through an ~image?~ 44 1, 12 | through an image by the ~created intellect. For it is written: " 45 1, 12 | if God is ~seen by the created intellect in act, it must 46 1, 12 | God ~cannot be seen by any created similitude. First, because 47 1, 12 | essence of God be seen by any created likeness whatever. Secondly, ~ 48 1, 12 | which cannot be said of any created form; and so no created ~ 49 1, 12 | created form; and so no created ~form can be the similitude 50 1, 12 | signified or understood by the ~created intellect. Now this cannot 51 1, 12 | way be represented by any ~created likeness; for every created 52 1, 12 | created likeness; for every created form is determined according 53 1, 12 | however, cannot be seen by any created similitude representing 54 1, 12 | essence is united to the created ~intellect, as the object 55 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any created intellect by its natural 56 1, 12 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a created intellect can see the Divine 57 1, 12 | above the nature of every created intellect, it follows ~that 58 1, 12 | intellect, it follows ~that no created intellect can reach up to 59 1, 12 | that it is natural for a created intellect to see the Divine ~ 60 1, 12 | of God is possible to the created intellect by grace, and 61 1, 12 | It is impossible for any created intellect to see the ~essence 62 1, 12 | the natural ~power of any created intellect; for no creature 63 1, 12 | participated. Therefore the created ~intellect cannot see the 64 1, 12 | grace unites ~Himself to the created intellect, as an object 65 1, 12 | But to ~know God by any created similitude is not to know 66 1, 12 | another. ~Since therefore the created intellect is naturally capable 67 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the created intellect needs any created 68 1, 12 | created intellect needs any created light in order to see the ~ 69 1, 12 | OBJ 1: It seems that the created intellect does not need 70 1, 12 | intellect does not need any created ~light in order to see the 71 1, 12 | not seen by means of any created light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 72 1, 12 | essence. But if seen by any created light, He is seen through 73 1, 12 | OBJ 3: Further, what is created can be natural to some creature. ~ 74 1, 12 | God is seen through any created light, such a ~light can 75 1, 12 | such a form. But when any created intellect sees the ~essence 76 1, 12 | the natural power ~of the created intellect does not avail 77 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The created light is necessary to see 78 1, 12 | does not belong to the created intellect ~naturally, but 79 1, 12 | It is impossible for any created intellect to comprehend ~ 80 1, 12 | intrinsically capable. But no created ~intellect can attain to 81 1, 12 | infinitely ~knowable. Now no created intellect can know God infinitely. 82 1, 12 | God infinitely. For the ~created intellect knows the Divine 83 1, 12 | glory. Since ~therefore the created light of glory received 84 1, 12 | glory received into any created intellect ~cannot be infinite, 85 1, 12 | clearly impossible for any created intellect to ~know God in 86 1, 12 | 1/1~I answer that, The created intellect, in seeing the 87 1, 12 | the cause wholly. Now no created intellect can comprehend 88 1, 12 | above (A[7]). Therefore no created intellect in seeing ~God 89 1, 12 | to the perfection of the ~created intellect nor does its natural 90 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The created intellect of one who sees 91 1, 12 | of God by ~means of any created similitude is not the vision 92 1, 14 | whenever a name taken from ~any created perfection is attributed 93 1, 14 | in God after the mode of ~created knowledge, so as to be universal 94 1, 14 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the created essence is as distant from 95 1, 14 | essence is distant from the created essence. But ~the divine 96 1, 14 | essence cannot be known by the created essence, as said above ~( 97 1, 14 | Therefore neither can the created essence be known by the ~ 98 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The created essence is compared to the 99 1, 14 | perfect act. Therefore the created essence cannot ~sufficiently 100 1, 14 | know the effects in their created causes; and thus we go ~ 101 1, 14 | God sees the effects of created causes in the causes ~themselves, 102 1, 14 | by the knowledge of the ~created causes, as is the case with 103 1, 14 | is the cause of ~things created, it seems that creatures 104 1, 14 | possible to Himself or to created things, as shown above ( 105 1, 14 | one who ~understands. Now created things are in God in an 106 1, 15 | who have taught that ~God created only the first creature, 107 1, 15 | and that this creature created the ~second creature, and 108 1, 15 | have the idea of the first ~created thing alone; whereas, if 109 1, 15 | itself of the universe was ~created by Him immediately, and 110 1, 15 | xlvi), "that each thing was created by God ~according to the 111 1, 15 | multiplying ideas do not exist in created things, ~but in God. Yet 112 1, 15 | considered matter as not ~created; and therefore he postulated 113 1, 15 | however, we hold matter to be created by God, though ~not apart 114 1, 16 | there many truths in many created intellects; and even ~in 115 1, 16 | the soul. And yet, even created truth, which resides in 116 1, 16 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether created truth is eternal?~Aquin.: 117 1, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that created truth is eternal. For Augustine 118 1, 16 | the truth of these is a ~created truth. Therefore created 119 1, 16 | created truth. Therefore created truth is eternal.~Aquin.: 120 1, 16 | regarding the ~present is a created truth, so is that of a proposition 121 1, 16 | future. Therefore some created truth is eternal.~Aquin.: 122 1, 18 | being, but in themselves a ~created being: whereas this particular 123 1, 18 | yet they are not in God as created by ~Him, or preserved by 124 1, 19 | such defect accompanies all created good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 125 1, 19 | there is one cause. But the created things ~is the knowledge 126 1, 19 | cannot be reduced to other ~created secondary ends. Hence such 127 1, 19 | it does not all exist ~in created things. Therefore God knows 128 1, 19 | contrary elements. Now things created by God are related to ~the 129 1, 20 | as God's love extends to created things, so do His ~knowledge 130 1, 20 | than He loves the entire created universe: because ~He willed 131 1, 21 | things: the one, whereby one created thing is directed to ~another, 132 1, 21 | the other, whereby all created things are ~ordered to God. 133 1, 21 | Himself. It is also due to a created ~thing that it should possess 134 1, 21 | whatever is done by Him in created things, is done ~according 135 1, 22 | providence, in respect to all created things; predestination ~ 136 1, 22 | all ~the good that is in created things has been created 137 1, 22 | created things has been created by God, as was shown above ( 138 1, 22 | shown above (Q[6], A[4]). In created things good is found not 139 1, 22 | order existing in things created, is ~itself created by God. 140 1, 22 | things created, is ~itself created by God. Since, however, 141 1, 23 | The end towards which created things are ~directed by 142 1, 23 | proportion and faculty ~of created nature; and this end is 143 1, 23 | however, is proportionate to created nature, to ~which end created 144 1, 23 | created nature, to ~which end created being can attain according 145 1, 23 | that the souls of men ~were created in the beginning, and according 146 1, 23 | fact that God wills any created thing is necessary ~on the 147 1, 23 | as the number of angels created by God. It is, however, ~ 148 1, 25 | perfection that exists in ~created things, can be understood 149 1, 25 | things that are possible to created nature; for the ~divine 150 1, 25 | beyond all proportion ~things created. Whence the divine wisdom 151 1, 25 | cannot be better. Again created ~happiness is described 152 1, 25 | the nature of ~anything created, that it should be better 153 1, 25 | united to ~the Godhead; and created happiness from the fact 154 1, 26 | understanding, beatitude is ~a created thing in beatified creatures; 155 1, 26 | as the ~thing itself; but created beatitude is the end, as 156 1, 27 | may be compared to ~things created as the architect is to things 157 1, 27 | the whole substance of ~created being comes from God, since 158 1, 32 | God, surpassing all things created." And ~Augustine says (Confess. 159 1, 32 | said, "In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," subjoined, " 160 1, 32 | any act, but simply remove created ~conditions from God, can 161 1, 33 | principled, and is therefore created; which appears ~false.~Aquin.: 162 1, 33 | possessed, and ~made, and created thee?" And of others He 163 1, 33 | Para. 2/2~Now in things created a first principle is known 164 1, 33 | substance, for thereby does the created substance differ from the ~ 165 1, 36 | the Son; not made, nor created, nor begotten, but proceeding."~ 166 1, 36 | and "son" ~even in things created. Hence it takes its number 167 1, 38 | gift of God so taken is a ~created thing. In a third sense " 168 1, 39 | named by us after the way of created ~things, as above explained ( 169 1, 39 | 13], AA[1],3). And since created natures ~are individualized 170 1, 39 | way that belongs to things created. And ~as in the objects 171 1, 39 | said, "In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," the 172 1, 40 | to both; thus in ~things created it results from their matter 173 1, 41 | belongs to the nature of a created being; because God ~is of 174 1, 41 | and unborn. All things ~created are such as God willed them 175 1, 41 | before the ~world was I created." Therefore the Son was 176 1, 41 | from himself. Now, as a created workman ~makes a thing out 177 1, 41 | When we say "Wisdom was created," this may be understood ~ 178 1, 41 | is the Son of God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to 179 1, 41 | creatures: for it is said, "He created her [namely, Wisdom] in 180 1, 41 | Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for wisdom created is a 181 1, 41 | wisdom created, for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation 182 1, 41 | also be referred to ~the created nature assumed by the Son, 183 1, 41 | mention of wisdom as both created and ~begotten insinuates 184 1, 41 | the ~Son is called both created and begotten, in order that 185 1, 41 | the Holy Ghost, but to the created ~spirit, sometimes called 186 1, 41 | individual form in ~things created constitutes the person begetting, 187 1, 41 | of species, as in things created. Therefore, from the fact 188 1, 41 | power to beget than has a ~created father. But a man can beget 189 1, 42 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In things created, even when what is derived 190 1, 42 | creatures are subject by their created ~weakness."~Aquin.: SMT 191 1, 42 | therefrom is wanting in things created. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 192 1, 43 | freely use not only the created gift itself, but ~enjoy 193 1, 43 | For that rock was already created, and after the manner of 194 1, 44 | Whether primary matter is created by God, or is an independent ~ 195 1, 44 | necessary that every being be created by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 196 1, 44 | necessary that every being be ~created by God. For there is nothing 197 1, 44 | some beings should not be created by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 198 1, 44 | Whether primary matter is created by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 199 1, 44 | that primary matter is not created by God. For ~whatever is 200 1, 44 | that also primary matter is created by the ~universal cause 201 1, 44 | show that matter is not ~created, but that it is not created 202 1, 44 | created, but that it is not created without form; for though 203 1, 44 | for though everything ~created is actual, still it is not 204 1, 44 | potential in it should be created, if all that belongs to ~ 205 1, 44 | belongs to ~its being is created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 206 1, 44 | things. ~Moreover, in things created one may be called the exemplar 207 1, 45 | things it belongs to be created?~(5) Whether it belongs 208 1, 45 | Trinity is to be found in created things?~(8) Whether the 209 1, 45 | 1, "In the beginning God created," ~etc., the gloss has, " 210 1, 45 | sense, ~according as to be created signifies improvement in 211 1, 45 | we ~say that a bishop is created. We do not, however, speak 212 1, 45 | something from nothing, to be ~created is to be made. But to be 213 1, 45 | cannot be said that what is created, at the same time, is becoming ~ 214 1, 45 | In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: 215 1, 45 | that anything should be created ~by God, but it is necessary 216 1, 45 | say that all things were created by God, ~as appears from 217 1, 45 | movement, a thing is being created and is already ~created 218 1, 45 | created and is already ~created at the same time.~Aquin.: 219 1, 45 | is anything besides the created substance, ~it must be an 220 1, 45 | subject. Therefore a thing created would be the subject of 221 1, 45 | something in ~the thing created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 222 1, 45 | places something in the thing created according ~to relation only; 223 1, 45 | relation only; because what is created, is not made by movement, 224 1, 45 | creature is it should be created; because ~creation imports 225 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether to be created belongs to composite and 226 1, 45 | It would seem that to be created does not belong to composite 227 1, 45 | But the being of a thing created is not ~subsisting. Therefore 228 1, 45 | 2: Further, whatever is created is from nothing. But composite ~ 229 1, 45 | composite things are not created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 230 1, 45 | speaking, that which is created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 231 1, 45 | In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." But 232 1, 45 | 1/1~I answer that, To be created is, in a manner, to be made, 233 1, 45 | Hence to be made and to be created properly belong to whatever ~ 234 1, 45 | rather "concreated" than "created" ~things; whereas, properly 235 1, 45 | whereas, properly speaking, created things are subsisting beings. ~ 236 1, 45 | proposition "the first of created things is being," ~the word " 237 1, 45 | object of creation. For a created thing is called ~created 238 1, 45 | created thing is called ~created because it is a being, not 239 1, 45 | that the "composite" is ~created so that it is brought into 240 1, 45 | prove that matter alone is created, ~but that matter does not 241 1, 45 | measure of what is made. But created being is finite, as we proved 242 1, 45 | first ~separate substance created by God created another after 243 1, 45 | substance created by God created another after itself, and 244 1, 45 | participates human nature, so every created being ~participates, so 245 1, 45 | AA[1],2). Therefore no created being ~can produce a being 246 1, 45 | evidently appears that no created being can cause ~anything, 247 1, 45 | governs, and ~quickens what is created by the Father through the 248 1, 45 | whatever is in creatures is created. Therefore if the ~trace 249 1, 45 | properties, and if everything created has a trace of the Trinity, 250 1, 45 | else. Therefore as it is a created substance, ~it represents 251 1, 45 | 4: Further, what is not created, is not a creature. If therefore 252 1, 45 | since to be made and to be created belong properly to a subsisting 253 1, 45 | forms to be made or ~to be created, but to be "concreated." 254 1, 45 | say that their forms are created by a separate agent. ~However, 255 1, 45 | on the ~presupposition of created principles; and thus the 256 1, 46 | How God is said to have created heaven and earth in the 257 1, 46 | In the ~beginning God created heaven and earth": in which 258 1, 46 | Therefore, since to be ~created is a kind of "being made," 259 1, 46 | appears that things were not ~created in the beginning of time.~ 260 1, 46 | Further, even time itself is created. But time cannot be created ~ 261 1, 46 | created. But time cannot be created ~in the beginning of time, 262 1, 46 | In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: 263 1, 46 | Genesis, "In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," are 264 1, 46 | viz. the Son - "were created all things." But ~others 265 1, 46 | that corporeal things were created by God through the medium ~ 266 1, 46 | before all things - "God created heaven and earth." ~For 267 1, 46 | things are stated to be created together - viz. the empyrean ~ 268 1, 46 | 1: Things are said to be created in the beginning of time, 269 1, 46 | time heaven and earth were created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 270 1, 46 | 2],3). Hence a thing is created in such a way that it was 271 1, 46 | way that it was not ~being created before.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 272 1, 47 | even matter itself was created by God. Hence we must ~reduce 273 1, 47 | rather, on the contrary, created matter is formless, in order ~ 274 1, 47 | beginning all things were created equal by God. ~For he asserted 275 1, 47 | asserted that God first created only the rational creatures 276 1, 47 | unfitting to say that ~God has created things without a reason. 277 1, 47 | for the same reason He ~created one, He could create many, 278 1, 47 | The very order of things created by God shows the unity ~ 279 1, 48 | which cannot be said of any created ~good. Therefore evil wholly 280 1, 48 | may be either ~something created, as sight, destroyed by 281 1, 49 | chiefly intends in things created is the good of the ~order 282 1, 50 | commanded, ~and they were created." Therefore angels are corporeal.~ 283 1, 50 | receives it. But immaterial created substances are finite in 284 1, 50 | numbers. But among other created ~natures the angelic nature 285 1, 50 | greater an excess are they created by God. Now, as in ~bodies 286 1, 51 | it ~is clear that every created spirit needs corporeal substance." 287 1, 51 | be explained, that the ~created spirit needs some bodily 288 1, 54 | in him, nor in any other created thing, the same as ~his 289 1, 55 | than the angels are so ~created that they first receive 290 1, 55 | of knowledge is found in created intellects in a ~lower manner, 291 1, 56 | God's essence; because no created likeness is sufficient ~ 292 1, 56 | God is not known by any created ~intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 293 1, 57 | mind of an angel, and every created intellect, fall far short 294 1, 57 | cannot be known by ~any created intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 295 1, 58 | Since the angels ~were created, in the eternity of the 296 1, 58 | very being of the thing created, as it stands in its own ~ 297 1, 59 | foreign to the nature of ~any created thing. Accordingly, neither 298 1, 61 | eternity?~(3) Whether he was created before corporeal creatures?~( 299 1, 61 | Whether the angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~ 300 1, 61 | Genesis treats of things created by God. But ~there is no 301 1, 61 | Therefore the angels were not created by ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 302 1, 61 | Whether the angels were created before the corporeal world?~ 303 1, 61 | seem that the angels were created before the corporeal ~world. 304 1, 61 | In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth." Now, 305 1, 61 | true if anything had been ~created previously. Consequently 306 1, 61 | Consequently the angels were not created before ~corporeal nature.~ 307 1, 61 | holds that the angels ~were created at the same time as corporeal 308 1, 61 | said Dt. ~32:4, should have created the angelic creature before 309 1, 61 | In the ~beginning God created heaven and earth," the words, " 310 1, 61 | Whether the angels were created in the empyrean heaven?~ 311 1, 61 | that the angels were not created in the empyrean ~heaven. 312 1, 61 | Therefore the angels were ~not created in any corporeal place.~ 313 1, 61 | that the ~angels were created in the upper atmosphere: 314 1, 61 | therefore the angels were created in the empyrean heaven, 315 1, 61 | text "In the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," says: " 316 1, 61 | spiritual creatures were ~so created as to bear some relationship 317 1, 61 | fitting for the angels ~to be created in the highest corporeal 318 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 1: The angels were created in a corporeal place, not 319 1, 61 | because God could have created them before all corporeal 320 1, 61 | all corporeal things, were created in the highest place of 321 1, 61 | restricted ~powers, were created among the inferior bodies.~ 322 1, 62 | inquiry:~(1) Were the angels created in beatitude?~(2) Did they 323 1, 62 | turn to God?~(3) Were they created in grace?~(4) Did they merit 324 1, 62 | Whether the angels were created in beatitude?~Aquin.: SMT 325 1, 62 | seem that the angels were created in beatitude. For it ~is 326 1, 62 | beatitude wherein they were created, do not of their nature 327 1, 62 | Therefore the angels were created in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 328 1, 62 | enjoys God. Therefore it was created in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 329 1, 62 | good as soon as they ~were created; the fall of some of them 330 1, 62 | beyond the nature of every created intellect, ~as was shown 331 1, 62 | his natural power, he was created ~already blessed. Because 332 1, 62 | beyond the nature of every created ~intellect. Consequently 333 1, 62 | Whether the angels were created in grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP 334 1, 62 | that the angels were not created in grace. For ~Augustine 335 1, 62 | Therefore they were not created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 336 1, 62 | therefore, the angel had been created in grace, no angel would 337 1, 62 | seems that they ~were not created in grace; but that they 338 1, 62 | but that they were first created in nature ~only, and then 339 1, 62 | angels? Who, save Him Who created them with His will, ~that 340 1, 62 | holding that the angels were created only in a natural state, 341 1, 62 | maintain that they were created in grace; yet it seems more ~ 342 1, 62 | holy men, that they ~were created in sanctifying grace. For 343 1, 62 | the process of time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, 344 1, 62 | the operation of God, were created in the first fashioning 345 1, 62 | creature when corporeally created, so straightway from the ~ 346 1, 62 | beginning the angels were created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 347 1, 62 | in the order of time, in created nature, ~glory is not simultaneous 348 1, 62 | 2/4~And if the angel was created in grace, without which 349 1, 62 | that "those angels who were created with more subtle natures 350 1, 62 | is of the ~very notion of created nature, that it can fail. 351 1, 62 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Created good, considered in itself, 352 1, 63 | any ~higher end. But every created will has rectitude of act 353 1, 63 | greed of possessing any created good be termed avarice, 354 1, 63 | Further, the angel was created with greater fulness of 355 1, 63 | Further, as the angels are created by God, so are men. But 356 1, 63 | which is said to have been created in the beginning, signifies ~ 357 1, 63 | nature of the angel was created, and light was made, in 358 1, 63 | beginning wherein he was created, but from the beginning ~ 359 1, 63 | Therefore, as all were created in ~grace, all merited in 360 1, 63 | the instant wherein he was created. But there is a middle time 361 1, 63 | creation, and that he was ~created in grace; as we have said ( 362 1, 63 | A[5]), ~if the devil, created in grace, merited in the 363 1, 63 | contended that the angel was not created in grace, or that he could 364 1, 65 | words, "In the beginning God created heaven and earth"; the work 365 1, 65 | God?~(2) Whether they were created on account of God's goodness?~( 366 1, 65 | goodness?~(3) Whether they were created by God through the medium 367 1, 65 | visible things are not ~created by the good God, but by 368 1, 65 | this world, not as having ~created it, but because worldlings 369 1, 65 | to matter, since what is created will never be ~annihilated, 370 1, 65 | said (Wis. 1:14) that God "created all ~things that they might 371 1, 65 | Therefore all things were created for their ~own being's sake, 372 1, 65 | creatures, therefore, are created for the sake of spiritual ~ 373 1, 65 | therefore inequality not created by God must ~precede all 374 1, 65 | precede all inequality created by Him. But an inequality 375 1, 65 | Him. But an inequality not created by ~God can only arise from 376 1, 65 | punish whom the sun ~had been created, that many suns would exist 377 1, 65 | And, therefore, that God ~created all things, that they might 378 1, 65 | does not exclude that He ~created them for His own goodness.~ 379 1, 65 | In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth"; by which 380 1, 65 | that ~anything should be created, save by God alone.~Aquin.: 381 1, 65 | presupposed ~either uncreated or created. Hence it remains that nothing 382 1, 65 | show ~that all bodies were created immediately by God, Moses 383 1, 65 | In the ~beginning God created heaven and earth."~Aquin.: 384 1, 65 | such ~that one creature is created by another, for that is 385 1, 65 | who say that God indeed created all things, but that the 386 1, 65 | is a body, is moved by a ~created spiritual substance, as 387 1, 65 | of forms are implanted in created things, ~that they may be 388 1, 66 | Whether formlessness of created matter preceded in time 389 1, 66 | the empyrean heaven was created contemporaneously with ~ 390 1, 66 | matter?~(4) Whether time was created simultaneously with it?~ 391 1, 66 | Whether formlessness of created matter preceded in time 392 1, 66 | that primary matter was not created altogether formless, nor ~ 393 1, 66 | Thus after mention of two created natures, the heaven and 394 1, 66 | words, "In the beginning God created heaven and earth." The second ~ 395 1, 66 | the empyrean heaven was created at the same time as formless ~ 396 1, 66 | empyrean heaven was not created at the ~same time as formless 397 1, 66 | empyrean heaven, then, was not created contemporaneously with ~ 398 1, 66 | empyrean heaven ~was not created together with formless matter.~ 399 1, 66 | empyrean heaven was not created together with formless matter.~ 400 1, 66 | In the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," heaven 401 1, 66 | Bede ~say that as soon as created it was filled with angels; 402 1, 66 | wisdom, that the things it ~created from nothing it produced 403 1, 66 | certain that the ~heaven was created spherical in shape, of dense 404 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether time was created simultaneously with formless 405 1, 66 | would seem that time was not created simultaneously with ~formless 406 1, 66 | Therefore time was not created with ~formless matter.~Aquin.: 407 1, 66 | among the first things created, rather than time.~Aquin.: 408 1, 66 | the extrinsic measure of created things, so ~is place. Place, 409 1, 66 | among the ~things first created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 410 1, 66 | corporeal creatures were created at the beginning of time."~ 411 1, 66 | said that the first things created were ~these four - the angelic 412 1, 66 | only two things ~as first created - the angelic nature and 413 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 4: Among the first created things are to be reckoned 414 1, 66 | things permanent, it was created at once in its totality. 415 1, 66 | not being permanent, was created in its beginning: even as 416 1, 67 | read, "In the beginning God created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual 417 1, 67 | creation is passed over, as created beforehand.~Aquin.: SMT 418 1, 67 | must be held ~to have been created at the beginning with substantial 419 1, 67 | in which they were not ~created, but with the perfection 420 1, 67 | spiritual creature from ~other created things as yet without form. 421 1, 67 | without form. But if all created things ~received their form 422 1, 68 | In the beginning ~God created heaven and earth." Therefore 423 1, 68 | was formed out of ~matter created before days began. But the 424 1, 68 | words, "In the beginning God created heaven and earth," and then 425 1, 68 | In the beginning God ~created heaven and earth," and when 426 1, 68 | that the heaven recorded as created in the beginning is ~not 427 1, 68 | words, "In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth."But there 428 1, 69 | words, "In the beginning God created heaven and earth." Therefore 429 1, 69 | formless corporeal natures were created first of all, and ~that 430 1, 69 | for that which was first created was also called "heaven." 431 1, 69 | the earth, when they were created, ~in the day that . . . 432 1, 69 | In these ~first days God created all things in their origin 433 1, 70 | things are recorded as created, namely, the heaven, the 434 1, 70 | lights were substantially created at the beginning, but that ~ 435 1, 70 | which the ~Lord thy God created for the service of all nations." 436 1, 71 | followed by these: "God created great whales," etc.~Aquin.: 437 1, 73 | 31:22): "The Lord hath created a new ~thing upon the earth." 438 1, 73 | similitude, as the souls now ~created. And the work of the Incarnation 439 1, 73 | work; now the words "God created" or "made" ~this thing or 440 1, 74 | the earth, when ~they were created, in the day that the Lord . . . 441 1, 74 | He that liveth for ever, ~created all things together." But 442 1, 74 | and the water as first ~created, to signify matter totally 443 1, 74 | and the water, as first created, to signify the ~elements 444 1, 74 | On the day on which God created the heaven and the earth, ~ 445 1, 74 | heaven and the earth, ~He created also every plant of the 446 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God created all things together so far 447 1, 74 | Further, the water was created by God, yet its creation 448 1, 74 | words, "In the beginning God created," since by creation is ~ 449 1, 74 | hold that the elements were created from the first under their 450 1, 74 | the beginning, in which He created, and the Person of the Holy 451 1, 75 | its existence, since it is created by God. Therefore ~the soul 452 1, 75 | as ~its act. But whatever created form be supposed to subsist " 453 1, 75 | OBJ 2: As a thing can be created by reason, not of a passive ~ 454 1, 77 | the powers of the soul are created at the same time ~with the 455 1, 38 | gift of God so taken is a ~created thing. In a third sense " 456 1, 39 | named by us after the way of created ~things, as above explained ( 457 1, 39 | 13], AA[1],3). And since created natures ~are individualized 458 1, 39 | way that belongs to things created. And ~as in the objects 459 1, 39 | said, "In the beginning God created ~heaven and earth," the 460 1, 40 | to both; thus in ~things created it results from their matter 461 1, 41 | belongs to the nature of a created being; because God ~is of 462 1, 41 | and unborn. All things ~created are such as God willed them 463 1, 41 | before the ~world was I created." Therefore the Son was 464 1, 41 | from himself. Now, as a created workman ~makes a thing out 465 1, 41 | When we say "Wisdom was created," this may be understood ~ 466 1, 41 | is the Son of God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to 467 1, 41 | creatures: for it is said, "He created her [namely, Wisdom] in 468 1, 41 | Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for wisdom created is a 469 1, 41 | wisdom created, for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation 470 1, 41 | also be referred to ~the created nature assumed by the Son, 471 1, 41 | mention of wisdom as both created and ~begotten insinuates 472 1, 41 | the ~Son is called both created and begotten, in order that 473 1, 41 | the Holy Ghost, but to the created ~spirit, sometimes called 474 1, 41 | individual form in ~things created constitutes the person begetting, 475 1, 41 | of species, as in things created. Therefore, from the fact 476 1, 41 | power to beget than has a ~created father. But a man can beget 477 1, 42 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In things created, even when what is derived 478 1, 42 | creatures are subject by their created ~weakness."~Aquin.: SMT 479 1, 42 | therefrom is wanting in things created. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 480 1, 43 | freely use not only the created gift itself, but ~enjoy 481 1, 43 | For that rock was already created, and after the manner of 482 1, 45 | Whether primary matter is created by God, or is an independent ~ 483 1, 45 | necessary that every being be created by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 484 1, 45 | necessary that every being be ~created by God. For there is nothing 485 1, 45 | some beings should not be created by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 486 1, 45 | Whether primary matter is created by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 487 1, 45 | that primary matter is not created by God. For ~whatever is 488 1, 45 | that also primary matter is created by the ~universal cause 489 1, 45 | show that matter is not ~created, but that it is not created 490 1, 45 | created, but that it is not created without form; for though 491 1, 45 | for though everything ~created is actual, still it is not 492 1, 45 | potential in it should be created, if all that belongs to ~ 493 1, 45 | belongs to ~its being is created.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 494 1, 45 | things. ~Moreover, in things created one may be called the exemplar 495 1, 46 | things it belongs to be created?~(5) Whether it belongs 496 1, 46 | Trinity is to be found in created things?~(8) Whether the 497 1, 46 | 1, "In the beginning God created," ~etc., the gloss has, " 498 1, 46 | sense, ~according as to be created signifies improvement in 499 1, 46 | we ~say that a bishop is created. We do not, however, speak 500 1, 46 | something from nothing, to be ~created is to be made. But to be


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