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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | being; for instance, a day is reduced to act successively, 2 1, 10 | nevertheless, we may say that a day or an hour are together, 3 1, 10 | considering ~hour as part of a day. But eternity and time occur 4 1, 10 | beginning and the end of a day or of a year; which ~cannot 5 1, 27 | is said (Ps. 2:7): "This day have I begotten Thee."~Aquin.: 6 1, 43 | which took place on the day of Pentecost.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 43 | which goes on till the day of judgment. Such an increase 8 1, 46 | days preceded this present day. But it is impossible to 9 1, 46 | arrived at ~this present day; which is manifestly false.~ 10 1, 46 | to term. ~Whatever bygone day we choose, from it to the 11 1, 46 | from it to the present day there is a ~finite number 12 1, 47 | Ecclus. 33:7): "Why does one day excel ~another, and one 13 1, 57 | prophets what He was one day to ~do regarding the salvation 14 1, 58 | only made on the fourth day, but as one day, namely, 15 1, 58 | the fourth day, but as one day, namely, the day of ~angelic 16 1, 58 | as one day, namely, the day of ~angelic knowledge as 17 1, 58 | things. As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, 18 1, 58 | and evening the close of day, so, ~their knowledge of 19 1, 58 | in their own nature, is day in ~comparison with ignorance 20 1, 58 | knowledge belong to the day, that ~is, to the enlightened 21 1, 58 | the end of the preceding ~day, and the beginning of the 22 1, 58 | comprised ~under the name of day, as the middle between the 23 1, 58 | evening and morning, one day." But ~by the expression " 24 1, 58 | But ~by the expression "day" the knowledge of the angels 25 1, 58 | the former belongs to the day, and the ~latter to the 26 1, 58 | the angels; so that the day's unit is ~taken according 27 1, 62 | increased unto judgment ~day. Hence some writers say 28 1, 63 | in thy ways from the day of thy creation until ~iniquity 29 1, 63 | knowledge ~because on the first day evening is mentioned, but 30 1, 64 | demons until the judgment day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 31 1, 64 | prolonged even to the judgment ~day: consequently, the ministry 32 1, 64 | But ~after the judgment day all the wicked, both men 33 1, 64 | postponed until the judgment day: and that the beatitude 34 1, 64 | postponed until the judgment day. But this is ~erroneous, 35 1, 66 | beginning, but on the second day: whereas the reason given 36 1, 66 | been made on the ~second day, is solved in one way by 37 1, 66 | Further, time is divided by day and night. But in the beginning ~ 38 1, 66 | beginning ~there was neither day nor night, for these began 39 1, 66 | been made on the second day. Therefore in the ~beginning 40 1, 66 | formed and distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 67 | the work ~of the first day; secondly, the work of the 42 1, 67 | the work of the second day; thirdly the work ~of the 43 1, 67 | thirdly the work ~of the third day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] Out. 44 1, 67 | fittingly made on the first day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 45 1, 67 | fittingly assigned to the first day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 46 1, 67 | fittingly ~assigned to the first day. For light, as stated above ( 47 1, 67 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 48 1, 67 | distinguishes night from day, and this ~is effected by 49 1, 67 | been made on the ~fourth day. Therefore the production 50 1, 67 | have been on the ~first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 51 1, 67 | OBJ 3: Further, night and day are brought about by the 52 1, 67 | firmament was made on the second day. ~Therefore the production 53 1, 67 | light, dividing night from day, ought not to ~be assigned 54 1, 67 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 55 1, 67 | light made on the first day dispels the darkness. ~But 56 1, 67 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 57 1, 67 | which there could not be day, must have ~been made on 58 1, 67 | been made on the first day. But there can be no day 59 1, 67 | day. But there can be no day without light. ~Therefore 60 1, 67 | have been made on the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 61 1, 67 | in the objections; that day cannot be unless light exists, ~ 62 1, 67 | made therefore on the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 63 1, 67 | words, "He called the light ~day, and the darkness night."~ 64 1, 67 | Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that day and night were ~then caused 65 1, 67 | heaven, and is the cause of day and night. This, as it seems, 66 1, 67 | beginning on ~the first day. The other varies in proportion 67 1, 67 | the account of the first day the ~distinction between 68 1, 67 | the ~distinction between day and night alone is mentioned; 69 1, 67 | as begun on ~the fourth day, in the words, "let them 70 1, 68 | ON THE WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 71 1, 68 | consider the work of the second day. Under this head there ~ 72 1, 68 | firmament was made on the second day?~(2) Whether there are waters 73 1, 68 | firmament was made on the second day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 74 1, 68 | was not made on the second day. ~For it is said (Gn. 1: 75 1, 68 | not made on ~the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 76 1, 68 | which was on the first day. Therefore the ~firmament 77 1, 68 | was not made on the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 78 1, 68 | not made on the ~second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 79 1, 68 | morning were ~the second day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 80 1, 68 | firmament as made ~on the second day can be understood in two 81 1, 68 | substance, on the second day. For ~it is part of the 82 1, 68 | substance, on the ~second day is incompatible with the 83 1, 68 | was produced on the second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~ 84 1, 68 | degree, belongs to the second day, ~according to both opinions: 85 1, 68 | afterwards, on the fourth day, received its form.~Aquin.: 86 1, 68 | firmament belongs to the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 87 1, 68 | was ~made on the second day, not that in which the stars 88 1, 68 | was made ~on the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 89 1, 68 | that made on the second day; and there are several senses ~ 90 1, 68 | recorded as made on the first day is the formless spiritual ~ 91 1, 68 | the heaven of the second day is the corporeal heaven. ~ 92 1, 68 | heaven made on the first ~day is the empyrean, and the 93 1, 68 | firmament made on the second day, the starry ~heaven. According 94 1, 68 | Orth. ii) that of the first day ~was spherical in form and 95 1, 68 | firmament ~made on the second day he understands the starry 96 1, 68 | heaven made on the first day was the starry heaven, and 97 1, 68 | firmament ~made on the second day was that region of the air 98 1, 68 | that "God called the light day" (since the word "day" is 99 1, 68 | light day" (since the word "day" is also used to ~denote 100 1, 69 | ON THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 101 1, 69 | consider the work of the third day. Under this head there are ~ 102 1, 69 | as recorded, on the third day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 103 1, 69 | take place on the third day. For what was made on ~the 104 1, 69 | firmament made."But ~the third day is contradistinguished from 105 1, 69 | Therefore the work of the third day should have been described 106 1, 69 | of its name on the third day seems to be recorded without ~ 107 1, 69 | light was made on the first day. For as the ~spiritual nature 108 1, 69 | took place on the first day. And ~since time results 109 1, 69 | namely, that of night and day. On the ~second day the 110 1, 69 | and day. On the ~second day the intermediate body, water, 111 1, 69 | A[3])). On the ~third day the earth, the lowest body, 112 1, 69 | of the work of the third day, that it was made, as ~it 113 1, 69 | that the work of the third day was perfected on that day 114 1, 69 | day was perfected on that day only as ~regards movement 115 1, 69 | that "He called the light Day": ~for the reason that later 116 1, 69 | twenty-four hours is also called ~day, where it is said that " 117 1, 69 | evening and morning, one day." In ~like manner it is 118 1, 69 | take place on ~the third day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 119 1, 69 | take place on the third day. For plants have life, as ~ 120 1, 69 | taking place on the third day, which is devoted to the 121 1, 69 | been recorded on the third day, which is concerned with ~ 122 1, 69 | been made on the third ~day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 123 1, 69 | morning were ~the third day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 124 1, 69 | answer that, On the third day, as said (A[1]), the formless 125 1, 69 | state ends on the third day: first, when "the waters 126 1, 69 | various species on ~this third day; whereas Augustine (Gen. 127 1, 69 | they were created, ~in the day that . . . God made the 128 1, 69 | produced in act on the third day, but in their ~causes only. 129 1, 70 | ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 130 1, 70 | adornment, first as to each day by ~itself, secondly as 131 1, 70 | consider the work of the fourth day, ~secondly, that of the 132 1, 70 | secondly, that of the fifth day, thirdly, that of the sixth 133 1, 70 | thirdly, that of the sixth day, and ~fourthly, such matters 134 1, 70 | as belong to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] Out. 135 1, 70 | been produced on the fourth day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 136 1, 70 | produced on ~the fourth day. For the heavenly luminaries 137 1, 70 | creation, before there was any ~day, so therefore were their 138 1, 70 | not produced on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 139 1, 70 | light was made on the first day. The luminaries, therefore, 140 1, 70 | been made on the first day, not on the fourth.~Aquin.: 141 1, 70 | is to say, on the ~second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 142 1, 70 | been produced on the fourth day, but ~on the third day.~ 143 1, 70 | fourth day, but ~on the third day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 144 1, 70 | was formed on the first day; on the second ~day the 145 1, 70 | first day; on the second ~day the waters were separated; 146 1, 70 | separated; and on the third day, the earth was ~divided 147 1, 70 | adornment; on ~the first day of this work, which is the 148 1, 70 | movements; on the second day, ~which is the fifth, birds 149 1, 70 | one; while on the third day, which is the sixth, ~animals 150 1, 70 | formless, is formed on this day, by receiving ~not its substantial 151 1, 70 | only as made on the fourth day, Chrysostom (Hom. vi in 152 1, 70 | light made on the first day to be spiritual, and that 153 1, 70 | spiritual, and that made on this day to ~be corporeal. If, however, 154 1, 70 | light made on the first day is understood ~to be itself 155 1, 70 | have been produced on ~that day merely as light in general; 156 1, 70 | and that on the fourth day the ~lights received a definite 157 1, 70 | was formed on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 158 1, 70 | firmament made ~on the second day as having a natural distinction 159 1, 70 | which was made on the second day, and on the fourth the stars 160 1, 70 | days began from the first ~day. Therefore the lights were 161 1, 70 | general division of time into day and night took place ~on 162 1, 70 | took place ~on the first day, as regards the diurnal 163 1, 70 | have begun on that first day. But ~the particular distinctions 164 1, 70 | years, according as ~one day is hotter than another, 165 1, 70 | beginning on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 166 1, 71 | ON THE WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must next 167 1, 71 | consider the work of the fifth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 168 1, 71 | been ~produced on the fifth day, before land animals.~Aquin.: 169 1, 71 | the middle, or ~second, day is devoted to the work of 170 1, 71 | of adornment, the ~middle day, which is the fifth, is 171 1, 71 | the light on the fourth day, to show that ~the fourth 172 1, 71 | to show that ~the fourth day corresponds to the first 173 1, 71 | corresponds to the first day on which he had said that 174 1, 71 | was made, so on this fifth day he mentions the waters and 175 1, 71 | heaven to show that the fifth day corresponds to the second. ~ 176 1, 71 | were produced on the fifth day actually, he holds that 177 1, 71 | waters produced them on that day potentially.~Aquin.: SMT 178 1, 72 | ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now 179 1, 72 | consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 180 1, 72 | answer that, As on the fifth day the intermediate body, namely, 181 1, 72 | is adorned, and thus that day corresponds to the second 182 1, 72 | corresponds to the second day; so ~the sixth day, on which 183 1, 72 | second day; so ~the sixth day, on which the lowest body, 184 1, 72 | corresponds to the third day. Hence the earth ~is mentioned 185 1, 73 | THAT BELONG TO THE SEVENTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 186 1, 73 | that belong to the seventh day. Under ~this head there 187 1, 73 | and sanctifying of this day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 188 1, 73 | ascribed to the ~seventh day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 189 1, 73 | ascribed to the seventh day. For all things that are 190 1, 73 | not belong to the seventh ~day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 191 1, 73 | acted at all on the seventh day, but rather that He ~rested 192 1, 73 | not ~belong to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 193 1, 73 | were made after the seventh day, as the production of many 194 1, 73 | attributed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 195 1, 73 | Gn. 2:2): "On the seventh day God ended His ~work which 196 1, 73 | ascribed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 197 1, 73 | So, then, on the seventh day was the consummation of 198 1, 73 | God did act on the seventh day, not by creating new ~creatures, 199 1, 73 | attributed to the seventh day, though according to another 200 1, 73 | parts belongs to ~the sixth day, but its completion as regards 201 1, 73 | making them on the seventh ~day, He is said on that day 202 1, 73 | day, He is said on that day to have consummated His 203 1, 73 | God rested on the seventh day from all His work?~Aquin.: 204 1, 73 | not rest on the seventh day from all ~His work. For 205 1, 73 | not rest on the seventh day from all His work.~Aquin.: 206 1, 73 | have rested on the seventh day from His work.~Aquin.: SMT 207 1, 73 | God rested on the seventh day by ~causing man to rest; 208 1, 73 | God rested on the seventh day ~from all the work which 209 1, 73 | have rested on the seventh day. First, ~because He ceased 210 1, 73 | creating new creatures on that day, for, as said ~above (A[ 211 1, 73 | belongs to the ~seventh day. And this, says Augustine, 212 1, 73 | from His works on that day (Gen. ad lit. iv).~Aquin.: 213 1, 73 | sanctifying are due to the seventh day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 214 1, 73 | not due to the ~seventh day. For it is usual to call 215 1, 73 | sanctifying are due to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 216 1, 73 | blessing rather ~than the day on which He ceased producing 217 1, 73 | been produced, the seventh day should be ~blessed.~Aquin.: 218 1, 73 | God blessed the seventh day ~and sanctified it, because 219 1, 73 | God's rest on the seventh day is ~understood in two ways. 220 1, 73 | blessing befits the seventh day, ~since, as we explained ( 221 1, 73 | right that the ~seventh day should have been sanctified, 222 1, 73 | Reply OBJ 1: The seventh day is said to be sanctified 223 1, 73 | mentioned in the works of each day belongs to the ~first institution 224 1, 73 | attached to the seventh ~day, to its propagation.~ 225 1, 74 | Whether they are all one day, or more than one?~(3) As 226 1, 74 | earth and water. ~But one day is assigned to the distinction 227 1, 74 | from each other. But one day is devoted to the ~production 228 1, 74 | beast of the earth. ~Another day, then, ought to be assigned 229 1, 74 | world. But as on the seventh day nothing was instituted, 230 1, 74 | nothing was instituted, that day ought ~not to be enumerated 231 1, 74 | distinguished on the first ~day, and adorned on the fourth, 232 1, 74 | distinguished on the ~middle day, and adorned on the fifth, 233 1, 74 | distinguished on ~the third day, and adorned on the sixth. 234 1, 74 | are formed on the first ~day, and corporeal on the two 235 1, 74 | two, three; since ~one day is assigned to the forming 236 1, 74 | down before there was any day. ~But it may also be said, 237 1, 74 | said to take place ~"in a day," but creation "in the beginning" 238 1, 74 | was made on ~the first day; and the making of the luminaries 239 1, 74 | luminaries on the fourth day does ~not mean that their 240 1, 74 | right that the seventh ~day should be mentioned after 241 1, 74 | world entered on the seventh day upon a new ~state, in that 242 1, 74 | that therefore the ~seventh day is mentioned after the six, 243 1, 74 | Whether all these days are one day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 244 1, 74 | that all these days are one day. For it is written ~(Gn. 245 1, 74 | they were created, in the day that the Lord . . . made 246 1, 74 | the earth." ~Therefore the day in which God made "the heaven 247 1, 74 | field," is one and the same day. But He made the heaven 248 1, 74 | the earth on the first day, or rather before there 249 1, 74 | rather before there was any day, but the ~plant of the field 250 1, 74 | field He made on the third day. Therefore the first and ~ 251 1, 74 | third days are but one day, and for a like reason all 252 1, 74 | Further, on the seventh day God ceased from all new 253 1, 74 | If, ~then, the seventh day is distinct from the other 254 1, 74 | that ~He did not make that day; which is not admissible.~ 255 1, 74 | entire work ascribed to one day God perfected in an ~instant, 256 1, 74 | His next work to another day, it ~would follow that for 257 1, 74 | that for the remainder of a day He would have ceased from ~ 258 1, 74 | would be superfluous. The day, ~therefore, of the preceding 259 1, 74 | preceding work is one with the day of the work that ~follows.~ 260 1, 74 | morning ~were the second day . . . the third day," and 261 1, 74 | second day . . . the third day," and so on. But where there 262 1, 74 | not, therefore, only ~one day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 263 1, 74 | are called seven, are one day ~represented in a sevenfold 264 1, 74 | understands by the word "day," the knowledge in the mind 265 1, 74 | according to him, the first day denotes their knowledge 266 1, 74 | Divine works, the second day their knowledge of the second ~ 267 1, 74 | is appropriately called "day," since light, the cause 268 1, 74 | since light, the cause of day, ~is to be found in spiritual 269 1, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: On the day on which God created the 270 1, 74 | Augustine ascribes to the third day, but other writers to the 271 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: On the seventh day God ceased from making new 272 1, 74 | belongs ~that the first day is succeeded by other days.~ 273 1, 74 | and in that of the second day, is not ~fitting.~Aquin.: 274 1, 74 | sufficiently divide the day, ~since the day has many 275 1, 74 | divide the day, ~since the day has many parts. Therefore 276 1, 74 | morning were the second day" or, "the third day," are 277 1, 74 | second day" or, "the third day," are not suitable.~Aquin.: 278 1, 74 | morning ~were the first day," rather than "one day."~ 279 1, 74 | first day," rather than "one day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 280 1, 74 | of the work of the second day, this is because the work 281 1, 74 | waters was only begun on that day, but perfected on ~the third. 282 1, 74 | that are said of the third day, refer also ~to the second. 283 1, 74 | the ~work of the second day is not marked with approval 284 1, 74 | is recorded on the first day, it was ~not necessary there 285 1, 74 | more important part, the day. And ~instance of this is 286 1, 74 | as being the ends of the day, since day begins with ~ 287 1, 74 | the ends of the day, since day begins with ~morning and 288 1, 74 | morning the beginning of day. It seems fitting, also, 289 1, 74 | as the evening ends the day, which ~begins with the 290 1, 74 | to show that the ~natural day does not end with the evening, 291 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 7: The words "one day" are used when day is first 292 1, 74 | one day" are used when day is first instituted, ~to 293 1, 74 | instituted, ~to denote that one day is made up of twenty-four 294 1, 74 | the measure of a natural day is fixed. Another reason ~ 295 1, 74 | may be to signify that a day is completed by the return 296 1, 74 | of seven days, the first day returns which is one ~with 297 1, 74 | is one ~with the eighth day. The three reasons assigned 298 1, 75 | the inward man is ~renewed day by day." But that which 299 1, 75 | inward man is ~renewed day by day." But that which is within 300 1, 43 | which took place on the day of Pentecost.~Aquin.: SMT 301 1, 43 | which goes on till the day of judgment. Such an increase 302 1, 47 | days preceded this present day. But it is impossible to 303 1, 47 | arrived at ~this present day; which is manifestly false.~ 304 1, 47 | to term. ~Whatever bygone day we choose, from it to the 305 1, 47 | from it to the present day there is a ~finite number 306 1, 48 | Ecclus. 33:7): "Why does one day excel ~another, and one 307 1, 58 | prophets what He was one day to ~do regarding the salvation 308 1, 59 | only made on the fourth day, but as one day, namely, 309 1, 59 | the fourth day, but as one day, namely, the day of ~angelic 310 1, 59 | as one day, namely, the day of ~angelic knowledge as 311 1, 59 | things. As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, 312 1, 59 | and evening the close of day, so, ~their knowledge of 313 1, 59 | in their own nature, is day in ~comparison with ignorance 314 1, 59 | knowledge belong to the day, that ~is, to the enlightened 315 1, 59 | the end of the preceding ~day, and the beginning of the 316 1, 59 | comprised ~under the name of day, as the middle between the 317 1, 59 | evening and morning, one day." But ~by the expression " 318 1, 59 | But ~by the expression "day" the knowledge of the angels 319 1, 59 | the former belongs to the day, and the latter to the evening."~ 320 1, 59 | the angels; so that the day's unit is ~taken according 321 1, 63 | increased unto judgment ~day. Hence some writers say 322 1, 64 | in thy ways from the day of thy creation until ~iniquity 323 1, 64 | knowledge ~because on the first day evening is mentioned, but 324 1, 65 | demons until the judgment day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 325 1, 65 | prolonged even to the judgment ~day: consequently, the ministry 326 1, 65 | But ~after the judgment day all the wicked, both men 327 1, 65 | postponed until the judgment day: and that the beatitude 328 1, 65 | postponed until the judgment day. But this is ~erroneous, 329 1, 67 | beginning, but on the second day: whereas the reason given 330 1, 67 | been made on the ~second day, is solved in one way by 331 1, 67 | Further, time is divided by day and night. But in the beginning ~ 332 1, 67 | beginning ~there was neither day nor night, for these began 333 1, 67 | been made on the second day. Therefore in the ~beginning 334 1, 67 | formed and distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: SMT 335 1, 68 | the work ~of the first day; secondly, the work of the 336 1, 68 | the work of the second day; thirdly the work ~of the 337 1, 68 | thirdly the work ~of the third day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] Out. 338 1, 68 | fittingly made on the first day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 339 1, 68 | fittingly assigned to the first day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 340 1, 68 | fittingly ~assigned to the first day. For light, as stated above ( 341 1, 68 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 342 1, 68 | distinguishes night from day, and this ~is effected by 343 1, 68 | been made on the ~fourth day. Therefore the production 344 1, 68 | have been on the ~first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 345 1, 68 | OBJ 3: Further, night and day are brought about by the 346 1, 68 | firmament was made on the second day. ~Therefore the production 347 1, 68 | light, dividing night from day, ought not to ~be assigned 348 1, 68 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 349 1, 68 | light made on the first day dispels the darkness. ~But 350 1, 68 | be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 351 1, 68 | which there could not be day, must have ~been made on 352 1, 68 | been made on the first day. But there can be no day 353 1, 68 | day. But there can be no day without light. ~Therefore 354 1, 68 | have been made on the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 355 1, 68 | in the objections; that day cannot be unless light exists, ~ 356 1, 68 | made therefore on the first day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 357 1, 68 | words, "He called the light ~day, and the darkness night."~ 358 1, 68 | Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that day and night were ~then caused 359 1, 68 | heaven, and is the cause of day and night. This, as it seems, 360 1, 68 | beginning on ~the first day. The other varies in proportion 361 1, 68 | the account of the first day the ~distinction between 362 1, 68 | the ~distinction between day and night alone is mentioned; 363 1, 68 | as begun on ~the fourth day, in the words, "let them 364 1, 69 | ON THE WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 365 1, 69 | consider the work of the second day. Under this head there ~ 366 1, 69 | firmament was made on the second day?~(2) Whether there are waters 367 1, 69 | firmament was made on the second day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 368 1, 69 | was not made on the second day. ~For it is said (Gn. 1: 369 1, 69 | not made on ~the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 370 1, 69 | which was on the first day. Therefore the ~firmament 371 1, 69 | was not made on the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 372 1, 69 | not made on the ~second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 373 1, 69 | morning were ~the second day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 374 1, 69 | firmament as made ~on the second day can be understood in two 375 1, 69 | substance, on the second day. For ~it is part of the 376 1, 69 | substance, on the ~second day is incompatible with the 377 1, 69 | was produced on the second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~ 378 1, 69 | degree, belongs to the second day, ~according to both opinions: 379 1, 69 | afterwards, on the fourth day, received its form.~Aquin.: 380 1, 69 | firmament belongs to the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 381 1, 69 | was ~made on the second day, not that in which the stars 382 1, 69 | was made ~on the second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 383 1, 69 | that made on the second day; and there are several senses ~ 384 1, 69 | recorded as made on the first day is the formless spiritual ~ 385 1, 69 | the heaven of the second day is the corporeal heaven. ~ 386 1, 69 | heaven made on the first ~day is the empyrean, and the 387 1, 69 | firmament made on the second day, the starry ~heaven. According 388 1, 69 | Orth. ii) that of the first day ~was spherical in form and 389 1, 69 | firmament ~made on the second day he understands the starry 390 1, 69 | heaven made on the first day was the starry heaven, and 391 1, 69 | firmament ~made on the second day was that region of the air 392 1, 69 | that "God called the light day" (since the word "day" is 393 1, 69 | light day" (since the word "day" is also used to ~denote 394 1, 70 | ON THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 395 1, 70 | consider the work of the third day. Under this head there are ~ 396 1, 70 | as recorded, on the third day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 397 1, 70 | take place on the third day. For what was made on ~the 398 1, 70 | firmament made."But ~the third day is contradistinguished from 399 1, 70 | Therefore the work of the third day should have been described 400 1, 70 | of its name on the third day seems to be recorded without ~ 401 1, 70 | light was made on the first day. For as the ~spiritual nature 402 1, 70 | took place on the first day. And ~since time results 403 1, 70 | namely, that of night and day. On the ~second day the 404 1, 70 | and day. On the ~second day the intermediate body, water, 405 1, 70 | A[3])). On the ~third day the earth, the lowest body, 406 1, 70 | of the work of the third day, that it was made, as ~it 407 1, 70 | that the work of the third day was perfected on that day 408 1, 70 | day was perfected on that day only as ~regards movement 409 1, 70 | that "He called the light Day": ~for the reason that later 410 1, 70 | twenty-four hours is also called ~day, where it is said that " 411 1, 70 | evening and morning, one day." In ~like manner it is 412 1, 70 | take place on ~the third day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 413 1, 70 | take place on the third day. For plants have life, as ~ 414 1, 70 | taking place on the third day, which is devoted to the 415 1, 70 | been recorded on the third day, which is concerned with ~ 416 1, 70 | been made on the third ~day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 417 1, 70 | morning were ~the third day."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 418 1, 70 | answer that, On the third day, as said (A[1]), the formless 419 1, 70 | state ends on the third day: first, when "the waters 420 1, 70 | various species on ~this third day; whereas Augustine (Gen. 421 1, 70 | they were created, ~in the day that . . . God made the 422 1, 70 | produced in act on the third day, but in their ~causes only. 423 1, 71 | ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 424 1, 71 | adornment, first as to each day by ~itself, secondly as 425 1, 71 | consider the work of the fourth day, ~secondly, that of the 426 1, 71 | secondly, that of the fifth day, thirdly, that of the sixth 427 1, 71 | thirdly, that of the sixth day, and ~fourthly, such matters 428 1, 71 | as belong to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] Out. 429 1, 71 | been produced on the fourth day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 430 1, 71 | produced on ~the fourth day. For the heavenly luminaries 431 1, 71 | creation, before there was any ~day, so therefore were their 432 1, 71 | not produced on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 433 1, 71 | light was made on the first day. The luminaries, therefore, 434 1, 71 | been made on the first day, not on the fourth.~Aquin.: 435 1, 71 | is to say, on the ~second day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 436 1, 71 | been produced on the fourth day, but ~on the third day.~ 437 1, 71 | fourth day, but ~on the third day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 438 1, 71 | was formed on the first day; on the second ~day the 439 1, 71 | first day; on the second ~day the waters were separated; 440 1, 71 | separated; and on the third day, the earth was ~divided 441 1, 71 | adornment; on ~the first day of this work, which is the 442 1, 71 | movements; on the second day, ~which is the fifth, birds 443 1, 71 | one; while on the third day, which is the sixth, ~animals 444 1, 71 | formless, is formed on this day, by receiving ~not its substantial 445 1, 71 | only as made on the fourth day, Chrysostom (Hom. vi in 446 1, 71 | light made on the first day to be spiritual, and that 447 1, 71 | spiritual, and that made on this day to ~be corporeal. If, however, 448 1, 71 | light made on the first day is understood ~to be itself 449 1, 71 | have been produced on ~that day merely as light in general; 450 1, 71 | and that on the fourth day the ~lights received a definite 451 1, 71 | was formed on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 452 1, 71 | firmament made ~on the second day as having a natural distinction 453 1, 71 | which was made on the second day, and on the fourth the stars 454 1, 71 | days began from the first ~day. Therefore the lights were 455 1, 71 | general division of time into day and night took place ~on 456 1, 71 | took place ~on the first day, as regards the diurnal 457 1, 71 | have begun on that first day. But ~the particular distinctions 458 1, 71 | years, according as ~one day is hotter than another, 459 1, 71 | beginning on the fourth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 460 1, 71 | ON THE WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must next 461 1, 71 | consider the work of the fifth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 462 1, 71 | been ~produced on the fifth day, before land animals.~Aquin.: 463 1, 71 | the middle, or ~second, day is devoted to the work of 464 1, 71 | of adornment, the ~middle day, which is the fifth, is 465 1, 71 | the light on the fourth day, to show that ~the fourth 466 1, 71 | to show that ~the fourth day corresponds to the first 467 1, 71 | corresponds to the first day on which he had said that 468 1, 71 | was made, so on this fifth day he mentions the waters and 469 1, 71 | heaven to show that the fifth day corresponds to the second. ~ 470 1, 71 | were produced on the fifth day actually, he holds that 471 1, 71 | waters produced them on that day potentially.~Aquin.: SMT 472 1, 71 | ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now 473 1, 71 | consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 474 1, 71 | answer that, As on the fifth day the intermediate body, namely, 475 1, 71 | is adorned, and thus that day corresponds to the second 476 1, 71 | corresponds to the second day; so ~the sixth day, on which 477 1, 71 | second day; so ~the sixth day, on which the lowest body, 478 1, 71 | corresponds to the third day. Hence the earth ~is mentioned 479 1, 72 | THAT BELONG TO THE SEVENTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 480 1, 72 | that belong to the seventh day. Under ~this head there 481 1, 72 | and sanctifying of this day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 482 1, 72 | ascribed to the ~seventh day?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 483 1, 72 | ascribed to the seventh day. For all things that are 484 1, 72 | not belong to the seventh ~day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 485 1, 72 | acted at all on the seventh day, but rather that He ~rested 486 1, 72 | not ~belong to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 487 1, 72 | were made after the seventh day, as the production of many 488 1, 72 | attributed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 489 1, 72 | Gn. 2:2): "On the seventh day God ended His ~work which 490 1, 72 | ascribed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 491 1, 72 | So, then, on the seventh day was the consummation of 492 1, 72 | God did act on the seventh day, not by creating new ~creatures, 493 1, 72 | attributed to the seventh day, though according to another 494 1, 72 | parts belongs to ~the sixth day, but its completion as regards 495 1, 72 | making them on the seventh ~day, He is said on that day 496 1, 72 | day, He is said on that day to have consummated His 497 1, 72 | God rested on the seventh day from all His work?~Aquin.: 498 1, 72 | not rest on the seventh day from all ~His work. For 499 1, 72 | not rest on the seventh day from all His work.~Aquin.: 500 1, 72 | have rested on the seventh day from His work.~Aquin.: SMT


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