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1 1, 1 | same conclusion: that the earth, for instance, is ~round: 2 1, 3 | Him is ~longer than the earth and broader than the sea" ( 3 1, 3 | shall be written in the earth" (Jer. 17:13). Therefore 4 1, 8 | written, "I fill heaven and earth." (Jer. 23:24).~Aquin.: 5 1, 9 | the sun proceeds to the earth, inasmuch as ~the ray of 6 1, 9 | ray of light touches the earth. In this way Dionysius ( 7 1, 10 | sense it is said of the earth, "it ~standeth for ever" ( 8 1, 12 | knowledge of God here on earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 9 1, 12 | new heaven ~and the new earth, as to see most clearly 10 1, 13 | paternity in heaven and earth is named" ~(Eph. 3:14,15); 11 1, 16 | hidden in the bosom of the earth would not be true stones, 12 1, 19 | contingent ~events on this earth, owing to a defect not in 13 1, 19 | destroyed from the face of the earth man whom He had made.~Aquin.: 14 1, 19 | words: "Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven" ~(Mt. 15 1, 19 | 10: "Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." That 16 1, 22 | hath He appointed ~over the earth? or whom hath He set over 17 1, 23 | but ~also of wood and of earth; and some, indeed, unto 18 1, 23 | another under the form of earth, that there might be a diversity 19 1, 32 | God created ~heaven and earth," subjoined, "God said, 20 1, 33 | paternity in heaven and on earth is named" (Eph. 3:14). ~ 21 1, 39 | God created ~heaven and earth," the Hebrew original has " 22 1, 41 | layeth the foundations of the earth, and formeth ~the spirit 23 1, 41 | Septuagint]: "I Who form the earth, and create the spirit."~ 24 1, 45 | God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 25 1, 45 | God created ~heaven and earth." But heaven and earth are 26 1, 45 | and earth." But heaven and earth are subsisting composite 27 1, 45 | paternity in heaven and on earth is ~named." From which evidently 28 1, 46 | have created heaven and earth in the beginning?~Aquin.: 29 1, 46 | beginning God created heaven and earth": in which words the newness 30 1, 46 | God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 31 1, 46 | God created ~heaven and earth," are expounded in a threefold 32 1, 46 | God created heaven and earth." ~For four things are stated 33 1, 46 | matter, by which is meant the earth, time, and the ~angelic 34 1, 46 | together with time heaven and earth were created.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 47 | for there to be another earth than this one, since every ~ 36 1, 47 | than this one, since every ~earth would naturally be carried 37 1, 50 | the effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire by fire. 38 1, 50 | effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire by fire. But the 39 1, 51 | not assume bodies from the earth or water, or ~they could 40 1, 52 | heaven, they are not on earth." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] 41 1, 55 | which are happening upon earth." ~But the angel's nature 42 1, 56 | know God while we are ~on earth, by His likeness reflected 43 1, 61 | God created ~heaven and earth." Now, this would not be 44 1, 61 | beginning God created heaven and earth," the words, "In the beginning," ~ 45 1, 61 | God ~created heaven and earth," says: "By heaven he does 46 1, 62 | growing of plants from the earth did not take place at once ~ 47 1, 62 | plants ~was bestowed upon the earth. In the same way, the angelic 48 1, 63 | desire to create ~heaven and earth, which is proper to God; 49 1, 65 | beginning God created heaven and earth"; the work of ~distinction 50 1, 65 | 6): "Who made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and all things 51 1, 65 | God created ~heaven and earth"; by which are understood 52 1, 65 | beginning God created heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 53 1, 66 | is said (Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void and empty," or ~" 54 1, 66 | fact of the deep." And the earth lacked beauty in two ways: 55 1, 66 | and so ~we read that "the earth was void," or "invisible," 56 1, 66 | natures, the heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness of the 57 1, 66 | the formlessness of the earth, by the words, "the earth 58 1, 66 | earth, by the words, "the earth was ~void and empty."~Aquin.: 59 1, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The word earth is taken differently in 60 1, 66 | holds that by the words ~"earth" and "water," in this passage. 61 1, 66 | calling it not water only, nor earth only, lest they should think 62 1, 66 | be in very truth water or earth. At the same time it has 63 1, 66 | has so far a ~likeness to earth, in that it is susceptible 64 1, 66 | this respect, then, the earth is ~said to be "void and 65 1, 66 | holy writers understand by earth the element of ~earth, and 66 1, 66 | by earth the element of ~earth, and we have said (A[1]) 67 1, 66 | how, in this sense, the earth was, ~according to them, 68 1, 66 | of the ~heaven from the earth, in which even a material 69 1, 66 | beginning God created heaven and earth." The second ~distinction 70 1, 66 | their forms, ~since both earth and water are named. That 71 1, 66 | be so evident as that of earth and water, to the ignorant 72 1, 66 | that of place; since the earth is said to be under ~the 73 1, 66 | that the latter ~was the earth invisible and shapeless, 74 1, 66 | God ~created heaven and earth," heaven denotes not the 75 1, 67 | beginning God created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual nature as 76 1, 67 | corporeal creature by the word ~"earth." And spiritual nature was 77 1, 67 | where we read that "the earth was void and ~empty," and 78 1, 67 | the opaque ~nature of the earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, 79 1, 67 | neither men nor animals on the earth at that time, for whose 80 1, 68 | God created heaven and earth." Therefore the firmament 81 1, 68 | naturally precedes the earth and the waters, these are 82 1, 68 | beginning God created heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~to 83 1, 68 | God ~created heaven and earth," and when we read that 84 1, 68 | have their place ~upon the earth, and not above the firmament, 85 1, 68 | waters surrounding the earth are of a dense consistency, 86 1, 68 | respective ~density of the earth and of the heaven.~Aquin.: 87 1, 68 | serve to give rain ~to the earth. But according to the second 88 1, 68 | perceive by their ~senses that earth and water are corporeal, 89 1, 68 | expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~express mention 90 1, 68 | is ~contrasted with the earth, in the words, "In the beginning 91 1, 68 | God created ~heaven and earth."But there is only one earth. 92 1, 68 | earth."But there is only one earth. Therefore there is only ~ 93 1, 68 | whole body that is above the earth ~and the water, for which 94 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The earth stands in relation to the 95 1, 68 | though there is but one earth, there may be many ~heavens.~ 96 1, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the earth hitherto had been completely 97 1, 69 | was then no place on the earth to which the waters could 98 1, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the earth is given its name at its 99 1, 69 | beginning God created heaven and earth." Therefore the ~imposition 100 1, 69 | indicated by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not that 101 1, 69 | the ~substantial form of earth, so as to have such an appearance.~ 102 1, 69 | absence of form, since heaven, earth, and water ~already existed, 103 1, 69 | the formless state of the earth is touched upon when the 104 1, 69 | is touched upon when the earth is said ~to be "void" or " 105 1, 69 | On the ~third day the earth, the lowest body, received 106 1, 69 | glides ~and flows away, the earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 107 1, 69 | need not suppose that the ~earth was first covered by the 108 1, 69 | the water that covered the earth as being rarefied or ~nebulous, 109 1, 69 | existence of hollows in the earth, to ~receive the confluence 110 1, 69 | completely to cover the ~earth, just as the air completely 111 1, 69 | surrounds both water and earth; but as ~a necessary means 112 1, 69 | animals might ~be on the earth, it was necessary for the 113 1, 69 | withdrawn from a ~portion of the earth. Some philosophers attribute 114 1, 69 | this uncovering of the ~earth's surface to the action 115 1, 69 | matter is meant by the word earth, where first mentioned, 116 1, 69 | iv in Hexaem.), that the earth is mentioned in the ~first 117 1, 69 | He called ~the dry land, Earth." It may also be said with 118 1, 69 | had withdrawn, "He called, Earth," as distinct from the sea; ~ 119 1, 69 | sea; ~although the name earth is equally applied to that 120 1, 69 | Further, a work by which the earth is accursed should have 121 1, 69 | Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is the earth in thy work, thorns and 122 1, 69 | production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. Therefore 123 1, 69 | are firmly fixed to the earth, so are stones and metals, 124 1, 69 | is said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought forth the ~green 125 1, 69 | the formless state of ~the earth comes to an end. But this 126 1, 69 | twofold. On the ~one hand, the earth was "invisible" or "void," 127 1, 69 | appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth brought forth the green 128 1, 69 | viii, 3) says that ~the earth is said to have then produced 129 1, 69 | generations of the heaven and the earth, when they were created, ~ 130 1, 69 | made the heaven and the earth, and every plant ~of the 131 1, 69 | before it sprung up in the earth, and every herb of the ~ 132 1, 69 | their ~causes, within the earth, took place before they 133 1, 69 | they sprang up from the ~earth's surface. And this is confirmed 134 1, 69 | production of plants from out the earth is a work of propagation, 135 1, 69 | before it sprung up in the earth," and "before it grew," 136 1, 69 | pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~"Let the earth bring forth the green herb, 137 1, 69 | are firmly fixed in the earth, their production ~is treated 138 1, 69 | treated as a part of the earth's formation.~Aquin.: SMT 139 1, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: Even before the earth was accursed, thorns and 140 1, 69 | punishment of man; as though the earth, which he tilled to gain 141 1, 69 | within the bowels of the earth. ~Moreover they seem hardly 142 1, 69 | specifically distinct from earth, and would ~seem to be species 143 1, 70 | plants are ~fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture says: " 144 1, 70 | described as produced when the earth, to which ~they are attached, 145 1, 70 | So the heavens and the earth were finished and all the 146 1, 70 | creation," the heaven and the earth were produced, but as yet 147 1, 70 | distinction," the heaven and ~the earth were perfected, either by 148 1, 70 | perfection of the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, those ~ 149 1, 70 | the heavens, and ~upon the earth. But it has been stated 150 1, 70 | heaven, the water, and the ~earth; and these three received 151 1, 70 | and on the third day, the earth was ~divided into sea and 152 1, 70 | forth, to move upon the earth and adorn it. It must ~also 153 1, 70 | producing lights, as the earth has of ~producing plants. 154 1, 70 | though it says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~ 155 1, 70 | what takes place upon the earth. Therefore they are not ~ 156 1, 70 | lights are nobler than the earth. Therefore they were not 157 1, 70 | firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, as regards 158 1, 70 | Light was given to the earth for the service of man, 159 1, 71 | fowl that may fly over the earth," do not fittingly ~describe 160 1, 71 | produced from water only, but ~earth seems to predominate over 161 1, 71 | bodies tend naturally to the earth and rest upon ~it. It is 162 1, 71 | power possessed by ~water or earth of producing all animals 163 1, 71 | all animals resides in the earth and the ~water themselves, 164 1, 71 | least active, ~namely, the earth, must be the most abundant 165 1, 72 | Therefore the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," 166 1, 72 | rather have been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed 167 1, 72 | the lowest body, or the earth, is adorned by the ~production 168 1, 72 | the third day. Hence the earth ~is mentioned in both places. 169 1, 72 | life of ~other animals, by earth or water, but immediately 170 1, 72 | and cannot rise from the earth, as serpents, or ~those 171 1, 72 | understood of the beasts of the earth, without ~requiring to be 172 1, 73 | created a new ~thing upon the earth." Miracles also are new 173 1, 74 | are nobler elements than earth and water. ~But one day 174 1, 74 | from the ~beasts of the earth, whereas man differs more 175 1, 74 | that of the beast of the earth. ~Another day, then, ought 176 1, 74 | or ~middle part, and the earth, or the lowest part. Thus 177 1, 74 | generations of the heaven and the earth, when ~they were created, 178 1, 74 | made the heaven and the ~earth, and every plant of the 179 1, 74 | before it sprung up in the earth." ~Therefore the day in 180 1, 74 | made "the heaven and the earth, and every ~plant of the 181 1, 74 | made the heaven and ~the earth on the first day, or rather 182 1, 74 | because Augustine takes the earth and the water as first ~ 183 1, 74 | other holy ~writers take the earth and the water, as first 184 1, 74 | not been formed, and the earth was still covered by the ~ 185 1, 74 | created the heaven and the earth, ~He created also every 186 1, 74 | before it sprung up in the earth," that is, potentially. 187 1, 74 | were the heaven and the ~earth. For "all things were made 188 1, 74 | creation of heaven and earth, as in the other works, 189 1, 74 | spiritual nature, and by the earth, the ~formless matter of 190 1, 74 | Hexaem.), the heaven and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are 191 1, 74 | say that under the word, "earth," ~Scripture is accustomed 192 1, 74 | Praise the Lord from the earth," is added, ~"fire, hail, 193 1, 75 | they are made from the earth. And the process of life 194 1, 75 | animals alike are made of earth. But it is not true of the 195 1, 75 | other ~animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" ( 196 1, 75 | the dust return into its earth from whence it was; and 197 1, 39 | God created ~heaven and earth," the Hebrew original has " 198 1, 41 | layeth the foundations of the earth, and formeth ~the spirit 199 1, 41 | Septuagint]: "I Who form the earth, and create the spirit."~ 200 1, 46 | God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 201 1, 46 | God created ~heaven and earth." But heaven and earth are 202 1, 46 | and earth." But heaven and earth are subsisting composite 203 1, 46 | paternity in heaven and on earth is ~named." From which evidently 204 1, 47 | have created heaven and earth in the beginning? ~Aquin.: 205 1, 47 | beginning God created heaven and earth": in which words the newness 206 1, 47 | God created ~heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 207 1, 47 | God created ~heaven and earth," are expounded in a threefold 208 1, 47 | God created heaven and earth." ~For four things are stated 209 1, 47 | matter, by which is meant the earth, time, and the ~angelic 210 1, 47 | together with time heaven and earth were created.~Aquin.: SMT 211 1, 48 | for there to be another earth than this one, since every ~ 212 1, 48 | than this one, since every ~earth would naturally be carried 213 1, 51 | the effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire by fire. 214 1, 51 | effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire by fire. But the 215 1, 52 | not assume bodies from the earth or water, or ~they could 216 1, 53 | heaven, they are not on earth." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] 217 1, 56 | which are happening upon earth." ~But the angel's nature 218 1, 57 | know God while we are ~on earth, by His likeness reflected 219 1, 62 | God created ~heaven and earth." Now, this would not be 220 1, 62 | beginning God created heaven and earth," the words, "In the beginning," ~ 221 1, 62 | God ~created heaven and earth," says: "By heaven he does 222 1, 63 | growing of plants from the earth did not take place at once ~ 223 1, 63 | plants ~was bestowed upon the earth. In the same way, the angelic 224 1, 64 | desire to create ~heaven and earth, which is proper to God; 225 1, 66 | beginning God created heaven and earth"; the work of ~distinction 226 1, 66 | 6): "Who made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and all things 227 1, 66 | God created ~heaven and earth"; by which are understood 228 1, 66 | beginning God created heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 229 1, 67 | is said (Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void and empty," or ~" 230 1, 67 | fact of the deep." And the earth lacked beauty in two ways: 231 1, 67 | and so ~we read that "the earth was void," or "invisible," 232 1, 67 | natures, the heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness of the 233 1, 67 | the formlessness of the earth, by the words, "the earth 234 1, 67 | earth, by the words, "the earth was ~void and empty."~Aquin.: 235 1, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The word earth is taken differently in 236 1, 67 | holds that by the words ~"earth" and "water," in this passage. 237 1, 67 | calling it not water only, nor earth only, lest they should think 238 1, 67 | be in very truth water or earth. At the same time it has 239 1, 67 | has so far a ~likeness to earth, in that it is susceptible 240 1, 67 | this respect, then, the earth is ~said to be "void and 241 1, 67 | holy writers understand by earth the element of ~earth, and 242 1, 67 | by earth the element of ~earth, and we have said (A[1]) 243 1, 67 | how, in this sense, the earth was, ~according to them, 244 1, 67 | of the ~heaven from the earth, in which even a material 245 1, 67 | beginning God created heaven and earth." The second ~distinction 246 1, 67 | their forms, ~since both earth and water are named. That 247 1, 67 | be so evident as that of earth and water, to the ignorant 248 1, 67 | that of place; since the earth is said to be under ~the 249 1, 67 | that the latter ~was the earth invisible and shapeless, 250 1, 67 | God ~created heaven and earth," heaven denotes not the 251 1, 68 | beginning God created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual nature as 252 1, 68 | corporeal creature by the word ~"earth." And spiritual nature was 253 1, 68 | where we read that "the earth was void and ~empty," and 254 1, 68 | the opaque ~nature of the earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, 255 1, 68 | neither men nor animals on the earth at that time, for whose 256 1, 69 | God created heaven and earth." Therefore the firmament 257 1, 69 | naturally precedes the earth and the waters, these are 258 1, 69 | beginning God created heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~to 259 1, 69 | God ~created heaven and earth," and when we read that 260 1, 69 | have their place ~upon the earth, and not above the firmament, 261 1, 69 | waters surrounding the earth are of a dense consistency, 262 1, 69 | respective ~density of the earth and of the heaven.~Aquin.: 263 1, 69 | serve to give rain ~to the earth. But according to the second 264 1, 69 | perceive by their ~senses that earth and water are corporeal, 265 1, 69 | expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~express mention 266 1, 69 | is ~contrasted with the earth, in the words, "In the beginning 267 1, 69 | God created ~heaven and earth."But there is only one earth. 268 1, 69 | earth."But there is only one earth. Therefore there is only ~ 269 1, 69 | whole body that is above the earth ~and the water, for which 270 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The earth stands in relation to the 271 1, 69 | though there is but one earth, there may be many ~heavens.~ 272 1, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the earth hitherto had been completely 273 1, 70 | was then no place on the earth to which the waters could 274 1, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the earth is given its name at its 275 1, 70 | beginning God created heaven and earth." Therefore the ~imposition 276 1, 70 | indicated by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not that 277 1, 70 | the ~substantial form of earth, so as to have such an appearance.~ 278 1, 70 | absence of form, since heaven, earth, and water ~already existed, 279 1, 70 | the formless state of the earth is touched upon when the 280 1, 70 | is touched upon when the earth is said ~to be "void" or " 281 1, 70 | On the ~third day the earth, the lowest body, received 282 1, 70 | glides ~and flows away, the earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 283 1, 70 | need not suppose that the ~earth was first covered by the 284 1, 70 | the water that covered the earth as being rarefied or ~nebulous, 285 1, 70 | existence of hollows in the earth, to ~receive the confluence 286 1, 70 | completely to cover the ~earth, just as the air completely 287 1, 70 | surrounds both water and earth; but as ~a necessary means 288 1, 70 | animals might ~be on the earth, it was necessary for the 289 1, 70 | withdrawn from a ~portion of the earth. Some philosophers attribute 290 1, 70 | this uncovering of the ~earth's surface to the action 291 1, 70 | matter is meant by the word earth, where first mentioned, 292 1, 70 | iv in Hexaem.), that the earth is mentioned in the ~first 293 1, 70 | He called ~the dry land, Earth." It may also be said with 294 1, 70 | had withdrawn, "He called, Earth," as distinct from the sea; ~ 295 1, 70 | sea; ~although the name earth is equally applied to that 296 1, 70 | Further, a work by which the earth is accursed should have 297 1, 70 | Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is the earth in thy work, thorns and 298 1, 70 | production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. Therefore 299 1, 70 | are firmly fixed to the earth, so are stones and metals, 300 1, 70 | is said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought forth the ~green 301 1, 70 | the formless state of ~the earth comes to an end. But this 302 1, 70 | twofold. On the ~one hand, the earth was "invisible" or "void," 303 1, 70 | appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth brought forth the green 304 1, 70 | viii, 3) says that ~the earth is said to have then produced 305 1, 70 | generations of the heaven and the earth, when they were created, ~ 306 1, 70 | made the heaven and the earth, and every plant ~of the 307 1, 70 | before it sprung up in the earth, and every herb of the ~ 308 1, 70 | their ~causes, within the earth, took place before they 309 1, 70 | they sprang up from the ~earth's surface. And this is confirmed 310 1, 70 | production of plants from out the earth is a work of propagation, 311 1, 70 | before it sprung up in the earth," and "before it grew," 312 1, 70 | pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~"Let the earth bring forth the green herb, 313 1, 70 | are firmly fixed in the earth, their production ~is treated 314 1, 70 | treated as a part of the earth's formation.~Aquin.: SMT 315 1, 70 | Reply OBJ 2: Even before the earth was accursed, thorns and 316 1, 70 | punishment of man; as though the earth, which he tilled to gain 317 1, 70 | within the bowels of the earth. ~Moreover they seem hardly 318 1, 70 | specifically distinct from earth, and would ~seem to be species 319 1, 71 | plants are ~fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture says: " 320 1, 71 | described as produced when the earth, to which ~they are attached, 321 1, 71 | So the heavens and the earth were finished and all the 322 1, 71 | creation," the heaven and the earth were produced, but as yet 323 1, 71 | distinction," the heaven and ~the earth were perfected, either by 324 1, 71 | perfection of the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, those ~ 325 1, 71 | the heavens, and ~upon the earth. But it has been stated 326 1, 71 | heaven, the water, and the ~earth; and these three received 327 1, 71 | and on the third day, the earth was ~divided into sea and 328 1, 71 | forth, to move upon the earth and adorn it. It must ~also 329 1, 71 | producing lights, as the earth has of ~producing plants. 330 1, 71 | though it says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~ 331 1, 71 | what takes place upon the earth. Therefore they are not ~ 332 1, 71 | lights are nobler than the earth. Therefore they were not 333 1, 71 | firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, as regards 334 1, 71 | Light was given to the earth for the service of man, 335 1, 71 | fowl that may fly over the earth," do not fittingly ~describe 336 1, 71 | produced from water only, but ~earth seems to predominate over 337 1, 71 | bodies tend naturally to the earth and rest upon ~it. It is 338 1, 71 | power possessed by ~water or earth of producing all animals 339 1, 71 | all animals resides in the earth and the ~water themselves, 340 1, 71 | least active, ~namely, the earth, must be the most abundant 341 1, 71 | Therefore the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," 342 1, 71 | rather have been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed 343 1, 71 | the lowest body, or the earth, is adorned by the ~production 344 1, 71 | the third day. Hence the earth ~is mentioned in both places. 345 1, 71 | life of ~other animals, by earth or water, but immediately 346 1, 71 | and cannot rise from the earth, as serpents, or ~those 347 1, 71 | understood of the beasts of the earth, without ~requiring to be 348 1, 72 | created a new ~thing upon the earth." Miracles also are new 349 1, 73 | are nobler elements than earth and water. ~But one day 350 1, 73 | from the ~beasts of the earth, whereas man differs more 351 1, 73 | that of the beast of the earth. ~Another day, then, ought 352 1, 73 | or ~middle part, and the earth, or the lowest part. Thus 353 1, 73 | generations of the heaven and the earth, when ~they were created, 354 1, 73 | made the heaven and the ~earth, and every plant of the 355 1, 73 | before it sprung up in the earth." ~Therefore the day in 356 1, 73 | made "the heaven and the earth, and every ~plant of the 357 1, 73 | made the heaven and ~the earth on the first day, or rather 358 1, 73 | because Augustine takes the earth and the water as first ~ 359 1, 73 | other holy ~writers take the earth and the water, as first 360 1, 73 | not been formed, and the earth was still covered by the ~ 361 1, 73 | created the heaven and the earth, ~He created also every 362 1, 73 | before it sprung up in the earth," that is, potentially. 363 1, 73 | were the heaven and the ~earth. For "all things were made 364 1, 73 | creation of heaven and earth, as in the other works, 365 1, 73 | spiritual nature, and by the earth, the ~formless matter of 366 1, 73 | Hexaem.), the heaven and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are 367 1, 73 | say that under the word, "earth," ~Scripture is accustomed 368 1, 73 | Praise the Lord from the earth," is added, ~"fire, hail, 369 1, 74 | they are made from the earth. And the process of life 370 1, 74 | animals alike are made of earth. But it is not true of the 371 1, 74 | other ~animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" ( 372 1, 74 | the dust return into its earth from whence it was; and 373 1, 84 | that the soul knows the earth outside ~itself, by the 374 1, 84 | outside ~itself, by the earth within itself; and so of 375 1, 84 | take the species of the earth instead of the earth, according 376 1, 84 | the earth instead of the earth, according to ~Aristotle ( 377 1, 84 | reality it ~exceeds the earth in size. Much more is sense 378 1, 88 | Paulinum), "Let us learn on ~earth that kind of knowledge which 379 1, 88 | know that takes place on earth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 380 1, 88 | know what takes place on ~earth; for otherwise they would 381 1, 88 | souls know what passes on earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 382 1, 88 | know what takes place on earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 383 1, 88 | not know what passes on earth. This follows from ~what 384 1, 88 | happens among those living on earth. ~But as the souls of the 385 1, 89 | man of the slime of ~the earth, and breathed into his face 386 1, 90 | made of the slime of the earth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 387 1, 90 | made of the ~slime of the earth. For it is an act of greater 388 1, 90 | made of the slime of the earth, but out ~of nothing.~Aquin.: 389 1, 90 | and air are nobler than earth and water, as is ~clear 390 1, 90 | than of the slime of the ~earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 391 1, 90 | made of the slime of the earth, but of the four ~elements.~ 392 1, 90 | man of the slime of ~the earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 393 1, 90 | formed from the slime of the earth; because earth and water 394 1, 90 | slime of the earth; because earth and water mingled are ~called 395 1, 90 | OBJ 4: In the slime of the earth are earth, and water binding 396 1, 90 | the slime of the earth are earth, and water binding the ~ 397 1, 90 | and water binding the ~earth together. Of the other elements, 398 1, 90 | created man out of ~the earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 399 1, 90 | man from the ~slime of the earth. Nevertheless the angels 400 1, 90 | man from the slime of the earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 401 1, 90 | man of the slime of ~the earth," he should not have added: " 402 1, 91 | made of ~the slime of the earth, so woman should have been 403 1, 91 | man from the slime of the ~earth, and a woman from out of 404 1, 91 | man from the slime of the earth, or a woman from ~the rib 405 1, 91 | angels ~from the slime of the earth, so neither was the body 406 1, 94 | made from the slime of the earth ~to the image of God, adorned 407 1, 95 | and the beasts of the ~earth" [Vulg."and the whole earth"].~ 408 1, 95 | earth" [Vulg."and the whole earth"].~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] 409 1, 95 | the plants make use of the earth for their nourishment, and ~ 410 1, 97 | multiply, and ~fill the earth." But this increase could 411 1, 101 | contrary to the nature of the earth to be raised up so high, 412 1, 101 | which would consume the ~earth. Therefore paradise is not 413 1, 101 | most excellent part of the ~earth. Now the east is the right 414 1, 101 | moreover, the most akin to the earth; hence it is observed to 415 1, 101 | the ~neighborhood of the earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 416 1, 101 | and walking animals on the earth from ~which they were made. 417 1, 102 | Not only heaven ~and earth, not only man and angel, 418 1, 102 | God ~hath abandoned the earth" (Ezech. 9:9). ~Aquin.: 419 1, 102 | spirits who are guardians on earth ~of human actions. Therefore 420 1, 104 | man of the slime ~of the earth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] 421 1, 107 | seats are raised above the ~earth, and to the angels who are 422 1, 114 | Porphyry, namely, that "on ~earth men fabricate certain powers 423 1, 114 | the air and fall to the earth, is caused by ~some heavenly 424 1, 114 | be on the surface of the earth ~some combustible matter, 425 2, 4 | Thee what do I desire upon earth?" As though to say: "I ~ 426 2, 13 | in the immobility ~of the earth in the middle of the world. 427 2, 19 | heavens are exalted above the earth, so are My ways ~exalted 428 2, 31 | take pleasure in eating earth and coals and the like; 429 2, 37 | do Thy judgments on ~the earth, the inhabitants of the 430 2, 54 | the astronomer prove the earth to be round, as stated in 431 2, 54 | The physicist proves the earth to be round by one means, ~ 432 2, 75 | Job ~5:6, "nothing upon earth is done without a cause." 433 2, 80 | that "there is no power on earth that can compare with him." ~ 434 2, 80 | while he dwells on the earth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 435 2, 84 | draws its sustenance from earth, just as every sin grows 436 2, 87 | hath been shed upon the earth."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 437 2, 91 | is ~the King of all the earth." Therefore there is but 438 2, 98 | the farthest part of the earth." Therefore the Old Law 439 2, 98 | Who is "King of all the earth" (Ps. ~46:8). Therefore 440 2, 98 | all the inhabitants of the earth were bound to observe ~the 441 2, 99 | beginning God created heaven and earth": ~and these are called " 442 2, 100 | the Lord made heaven and ~earth," etc. And of all future 443 2, 100 | are God's ~viceregents on earth; for the Apostle says (2 444 2, 102 | being ~Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples 445 2, 102 | shall make an altar ~of earth unto Me": and again (Ex. 446 2, 102 | viz. of linen, signifying earth, because linen, i.e. flax, 447 2, 102 | flax, grows out of ~the earth; purple, signifying water, 448 2, 102 | seraphim cried ~out: "All the earth is full of His glory" (Is. 449 2, 102 | them to make "an altar ~of earth," or at least "not of hewn 450 2, 102 | this is to make an altar of earth; and again, in ~regard to 451 2, 102 | the fire, to signify the earth, on account of ~its earthiness; " 452 2, 102 | linen breeches signified the earth ~out of which the flax grows. 453 2, 102 | ocean ~which surrounds the earth. The violet tunic denoted 454 2, 102 | rationem] thereof on the earth?" The turban or tiara signified 455 2, 102 | about and . . . cover with earth that ~which they were eased 456 2, 102 | out and to be covered with earth (Lev. 17:13). For the same 457 2, 102 | which cling rather to the earth: because those who abuse 458 2, 102 | such like products of the earth may be had in great ~quantities 459 2, 103 | offered, of ~the fruits of the earth, gifts to the Lord," and 460 2, 107 | expounding Mk. 4:28, "The earth ~of itself bringeth forth 461 2, 108 | to lay up treasures on ~earth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 462 2, 108 | yourselves treasures on earth" (Mt. 6:19).~Aquin.: SMT 463 2, 109 | and "Thy Will be done on earth as it is in ~heaven," and 464 2, 111 | even as the charity of the earth ~is not voided in heaven, 465 2, 113 | creation of ~heaven and earth is a greater work than the 466 2, 113 | than to create heaven and earth."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 467 2, 113 | the creation of heaven and earth, which ~terminates at the 468 2, 113 | than to create ~heaven and earth," adds, "for heaven and 469 2, 113 | adds, "for heaven and earth shall pass away, but the ~ 470 2, 2 | towards the centre (of the earth), while according to the ~ 471 2, 2 | more than the beasts of the earth."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[ 472 2, 11 | once ~put out, the whole earth was laid waste by its flame."~ 473 2, 24 | believe ~that heaven and earth were created by God, that 474 2, 24 | and plants, out ~of the earth. Therefore charity extends 475 2, 25 | nature of that thing: thus in earth the inclination of ~gravity 476 2, 25 | because it is becoming to earth to be ~beneath water. Consequently 477 2, 37 | do a new ~thing, and the earth opening her mouth swallow 478 2, 38 | came not to ~send upon earth" (Mt. 10:34). Hence Augustine 479 2, 48 | justice and judgment in the earth." Since, however, direction ~ 480 2, 60 | to safeguard justice on earth, are bound to restitution, 481 2, 62 | and to all beasts of the ~earth": and again (Gn. 9:3): " 482 2, 64 | according to Ps. 23:1, "The ~earth is the Lord's," etc. Therefore 483 2, 64 | forth over the face of the earth; for every ~thief shall 484 2, 64 | money ~that you bury in the earth is the price of the poor 485 2, 65 | equity for the meek ~of the earth." Therefore the judge ought 486 2, 65 | blood crieth to Me from the earth."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 487 2, 74 | Gn. 3:17): "Cursed is the earth in thy work," ~so that its 488 2, 80 | Lord, ~Who made heaven and earth"; and this consideration 489 2, 81 | blood on them that dwell on ~earth?" Wherefore they rejoice 490 2, 81 | of Abel cried from the ~earth." They rejoice in vengeance 491 2, 81 | ask: "Thy will be done on earth as it is in ~heaven"; in 492 2, 81 | commandments be ~obeyed' on earth as in heaven, i.e. by men 493 2, 84 | received the fruits of the earth from God, and that he ought ~ 494 2, 84 | part of the fruits of the ~earth: and since a priest is " 495 2, 84 | favor of the fruits of the earth, which were given by God. ~ 496 2, 84 | bestowed the ~lordship of the earth on the whole of mankind, 497 2, 84 | according to Ps. 113:24, ~"The earth He has given to the children 498 2, 85 | all ~thy fruits, that the earth bringeth forth year by year; 499 2, 85 | due on the fruits of the earth, in so far as ~these fruits 500 2, 87 | by God, but by heaven and earth. For it ~is known that the


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