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1 1, 13 | outside the whole order of creation, and all ~creatures are 2 1, 21 | in their works: whereas creation presupposes nothing. Therefore 3 1, 21 | presupposes nothing. Therefore in ~creation neither mercy nor justice 4 1, 21 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Although creation presupposes nothing in the 5 1, 21 | justice is preserved in creation; by the production of beings 6 1, 23 | manifested in many ways ~in His creation; because creatures in themselves 7 1, 25 | not good and befitting ~creation. But it is not good for 8 1, 25 | Yet the order placed in creation by divine wisdom, in which ~ 9 1, 25 | The universe, the present creation being supposed, cannot ~ 10 1, 25 | something to the ~present creation; and then there would be 11 1, 28 | outside the order of the whole creation, nor does any relation to ~ 12 1, 32 | God is manifested also in creation, because to produce from 13 1, 32 | necessary for the right idea of ~creation. The fact of saying that 14 1, 32 | found in the other works ~of creation. In another way, and chiefly, 15 1, 41 | to perfection; whereas in creation the Creator is not ~changed, 16 1, 41 | order that from the idea of ~creation the immutability of the 17 1, 41 | He is the principle by ~creation: just as one person is distinct 18 1, 44 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE CREATION (QQ 44-49)~~THE PROCESSION 19 1, 45 | Principle, and this is called creation, and includes eight points ~ 20 1, 45 | of inquiry:~(1) What is creation?~(2) Whether God can create 21 1, 45 | create anything?~(3) Whether creation is anything in the very 22 1, 45 | alone to create?~(6) Whether creation is common to the whole Trinity, 23 1, 45 | 8) Whether the work of creation is mingled with the works 24 1, 45 | nothing to something. But creation appears to be the ~most 25 1, 45 | designate by the name of creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular 26 1, 45 | which is "not-man," so creation, which is the emanation 27 1, 45 | Augustine uses the word creation in an equivocal sense, ~ 28 1, 45 | do not, however, speak of creation in ~that way here, but as 29 1, 45 | in alteration. Similarly creation ~is more perfect and excellent 30 1, 45 | to be changed. Therefore ~creation is change. But every change 31 1, 45 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Creation is not change, except according 32 1, 45 | which is matter. But in creation, by which the whole substance 33 1, 45 | said above (Q[13], A[1]), creation is signified by ~mode of 34 1, 45 | previously. Hence since ~creation is without movement, a thing 35 1, 45 | false imagination comes from creation being taken to signify ~ 36 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether creation is anything in the creature?~ 37 1, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that creation is not anything in the creature. 38 1, 45 | in the creature. For ~as creation taken in a passive sense 39 1, 45 | attributed to the creature, so ~creation taken in an active sense 40 1, 45 | attributed to the Creator. But ~creation taken actively is not anything 41 1, 45 | something temporal. Therefore ~creation taken passively is not anything 42 1, 45 | Creator and the creature. ~But creation is signified as the medium 43 1, 45 | reason to suppose another ~creation to create it, and so on 44 1, 45 | on to infinity. Therefore creation is not ~anything in the 45 1, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if creation is anything besides the 46 1, 45 | would be the subject of creation, and ~so the same thing 47 1, 45 | subject and also the term of creation. ~This is impossible, because 48 1, 45 | passion cease. ~Therefore creation itself is not any thing.~ 49 1, 45 | Therefore much more is creation, ~whereby a thing is made 50 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Creation places something in the 51 1, 45 | which is God. Hence God by creation ~produces things without 52 1, 45 | above (A[2], ad ~2). Hence creation in the creature is only 53 1, 45 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Creation signified actively means 54 1, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Because creation is signified as a change, 55 1, 45 | the moved, therefore also creation is signified as a medium 56 1, 45 | creature. Nevertheless passive creation is in the ~creature, and 57 1, 45 | there need of a further creation in ~its creation; because 58 1, 45 | further creation in ~its creation; because relations, or their 59 1, 45 | creature is the term of creation as signifying a ~change, 60 1, 45 | change, but is the subject of creation, taken as a real relation, 61 1, 45 | accident. Nevertheless ~creation has a certain aspect of 62 1, 45 | should be created; because ~creation imports a relation of the 63 1, 45 | not ~subsisting. Therefore creation properly speaking does not 64 1, 45 | composite things. ~Therefore creation belongs to them.~Aquin.: 65 1, 45 | refer to the subject of creation, but to the ~proper concept 66 1, 45 | concept of the object of creation. For a created thing is 67 1, 45 | is "this" being, since ~creation is the emanation of all 68 1, 45 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Creation does not mean the building 69 1, 45 | does not exist except by creation; for creation is the ~production 70 1, 45 | except by creation; for creation is the ~production of the 71 1, 45 | substance can be made only by creation, since it has no matter 72 1, 45 | to produce a creature by creation. But to have a ~finite power 73 1, 45 | or that being, belongs to creation. Hence it is manifest that 74 1, 45 | Hence it is manifest that creation is ~the proper act of God 75 1, 45 | have supposed that although creation is the proper act of the ~ 76 1, 45 | instrumentally to this effect, since creation is not ~from anything presupposed, 77 1, 45 | contrary to the very idea of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 78 1, 45 | against the very idea ~of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 79 1, 45 | causality respecting the creation of things. For as ~was said 80 1, 45 | Persons are the cause of ~creation, as above explained.~Aquin.: 81 1, 45 | also ~likewise the power of creation, whilst common to the three 82 1, 45 | not receive the power of ~creation from another. And of the 83 1, 45 | which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and therefore it is attributed 84 1, 45 | out ~super-abundantly. But creation, which is the production 85 1, 45 | way the ~cause and type of creation; as appears from the above ( 86 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether creation is mingled with works of 87 1, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that creation is mingled in works of nature 88 1, 45 | nature and art there is creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 89 1, 45 | therefore it must be produced by creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 90 1, 45 | not from ~nature, but by creation; and the same reason applies 91 1, 45 | productions there were not creation, it would follow that ~nature' 92 1, 45 | nature, from the work of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 93 1, 45 | separate ~agent by way of creation; and accordingly, that to 94 1, 45 | operation of ~nature is joined creation. But this opinion arose 95 1, 45 | Hence in the works of nature creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~ 96 1, 46 | produced ~into being by creation, as appears above (Q[44], 97 1, 46 | not through change, but by creation, which ~is not change, as 98 1, 46 | beginning, not of time, but of creation, ~so that in a certain hardly 99 1, 46 | world in duration; because creation, by which He produced the 100 1, 46 | we understand by the word creation, but that ~it was not made 101 1, 46 | do not reject the ~word creation, as appears from Avicenna ( 102 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the creation of things was in the beginning 103 1, 46 | It would seem that the creation of things was not in the ~ 104 1, 46 | any part of ~time. But the creation of things was not in time; 105 1, 46 | not in time; for by the creation the ~substance of things 106 1, 46 | incorporeal things. Therefore ~creation was not in the beginning 107 1, 46 | indivisible. Therefore, the creation of things was not in the ~ 108 1, 46 | there are two principles ~of creation, one of good things and 109 1, 46 | the medium ~of spiritual creation; and to exclude this it 110 1, 46 | of time were a measure of creation, but because ~together with 111 1, 46 | not in "being moved." But ~creation is neither movement nor 112 1, 47 | end. But the end of ~the creation is one - viz. the divine 113 1, 47 | what can be caused only by creation is produced by God alone - 114 1, 47 | this ~was the cause of the creation and diversity of bodies. 115 1, 47 | power is not limited to the ~creation of one world; but rather 116 1, 50 | fourthly, what belongs to their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] Out. 117 1, 50 | chiefly intends in the creation of things, the more perfect 118 1, 57 | very beginning of their creation; others they are taught 119 1, 61 | for us to treat of their creation, or, speaking in a ~general 120 1, 61 | that account of the first creation of things, but are ~designated 121 1, 61 | were begotten before all creation; as Gregory the ~Theologian 122 1, 61 | Fathers; all of whom hold the creation of the angels to have taken 123 1, 61 | matter. Consequently the creation of the matter ~of the corporeal 124 1, 61 | involves in a manner the creation of all ~things; but the 125 1, 61 | of all ~things; but the creation of the angels does not involve 126 1, 61 | angels does not involve creation of the ~universe.~Aquin.: 127 1, 61 | consequence, neither is it for its creation. Therefore the angels were ~ 128 1, 61 | them before all corporeal creation, ~as many holy Doctors hold. 129 1, 62 | creature straightway from its creation was ~made perfect and complete; 130 1, 62 | instantly from the beginning of creation. But, according to his ~ 131 1, 62 | straightway from their creation they knew the Word, and 132 1, 62 | very beginning of their ~creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 133 1, 62 | in beatitude from their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 134 1, 62 | from the beginning of their creation that ~ultimate beatitude 135 1, 62 | in the beginning of its ~creation could not have the perfection 136 1, 62 | angel from the outset of his creation; while the ~second was not, 137 1, 62 | were not beatified in their creation. Therefore it seems that 138 1, 62 | the ~very outset of his creation, for even natural bodies 139 1, 62 | the very instant of their creation; and if the movement of 140 1, 62 | the ~first instant of his creation; and so, if their beatitude 141 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation by an act of his own will?~( 142 1, 63 | any interval between his ~creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest 143 1, 63 | the first ~instant of his creation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 144 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation. For it is said of the devil ~( 145 1, 63 | first instant of their creation some of the angels were 146 1, 63 | the first instant of its creation; as the soul of Christ, 147 1, 63 | first instant of their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 148 1, 63 | the first ~instant of its creation; as fire begins to move 149 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation. Now this operation was 150 1, 63 | the first instant of their creation; not by their nature, ~but 151 1, 63 | first instant of their ~creation, could have sinned, but 152 1, 63 | an act subsequent to ~his creation. But the term of the creative 153 1, 63 | Now, it is manifest that creation is instantaneous; so also 154 1, 63 | nothing to hinder the term of creation and of ~free-will from existing 155 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 156 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation. The same reason does ~not 157 1, 63 | any interval between the creation and the fall of the ~angel? ~ 158 1, 63 | interval between the angel's ~creation and his fall. For, it is 159 1, 63 | ways from the day of thy creation until ~iniquity was found 160 1, 63 | interval between the ~devil's creation and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT 161 1, 63 | the first instant ~of his creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 162 1, 63 | an interval between his creation ~and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT 163 1, 63 | the first instant of his ~creation. This must be maintained 164 1, 63 | the first instant of his creation, and that he was ~created 165 1, 63 | interposed between his ~creation and fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP 166 1, 63 | because the whole corporeal creation is governed by God through 167 1, 64 | Further, the angels at their creation knew the mystery of the ~ 168 1, 65 | QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL CREATURES ( 169 1, 65 | found, namely, the work of creation, as given in ~the words, " 170 1, 65 | must consider the work of creation; secondly, the work ~of 171 1, 65 | corporeal creatures is by creation, by which ~matter itself 172 1, 65 | caused by a higher cause. But creation is the ~production of a 173 1, 66 | Para. 1/1 - ON THE ORDER OF CREATION TOWARDS DISTINCTION (FOUR 174 1, 66 | first, the ordering of ~creation towards distinction; secondly, 175 1, 66 | Therefore the work of His creation ~was at no time formless. 176 1, 66 | existed in the ~corporeal creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 177 1, 66 | duration, since the end of creation is being in ~act: and act 178 1, 66 | apparent in the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they say that 179 1, 66 | even as ~the whole bodily creation, after the Resurrection, 180 1, 67 | the spiritual or angelic ~creation is passed over, as created 181 1, 67 | they possessed from ~their creation as said above (Q[62], A[ 182 1, 68 | it is part of the work of creation to produce the substance 183 1, 68 | belongs to the work of creation, at ~least, according to 184 1, 68 | belongs to the work of ~creation. But its formation, in some 185 1, 68 | entire sum of corporeal creation, for in that sense it is 186 1, 69 | given its name at its first creation by the ~words, "In the beginning 187 1, 70 | produced in the work of creation, before there was any ~day, 188 1, 70 | the first ~work, that of "creation," the heaven and the earth 189 1, 70 | which is the fourth of creation, are produced ~the lights, 190 1, 74 | enumerated. ~For the work of creation is no less distinct from 191 1, 74 | days should be assigned to creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 192 1, 74 | into ~which the corporeal creation is divided are three, according 193 1, 74 | to Augustine, the work of creation belongs to the ~production 194 1, 74 | xii, 12). ~Thus, then, the creation of either is set down before 195 1, 74 | time; whereas the work of creation lies only in the Divine ~ 196 1, 74 | take place ~"in a day," but creation "in the beginning" which 197 1, 74 | adornment. Hence the word "creation" is significant.~Aquin.: 198 1, 74 | 1:3). Therefore in the ~creation of heaven and earth, as 199 1, 74 | created by God, yet its creation is not ~mentioned. Therefore 200 1, 74 | mentioned. Therefore the creation of the world is not sufficiently ~ 201 1, 74 | these ~words in the work of creation and in that of the second 202 1, 74 | mentioned both in the first creation of the world, and in its ~ 203 1, 74 | Word is mentioned. But in creation the Son is mentioned as 204 1, 74 | beginning God created," since by creation is ~understood the production 205 1, 74 | 3: In the account of the creation there is found something 206 1, 74 | Thus ~in either work, of creation and of formation, the Trinity 207 1, 74 | Persons is ~implied. In creation the Person of the Father 208 1, 41 | to perfection; whereas in creation the Creator is not ~changed, 209 1, 41 | order that from the idea of ~creation the immutability of the 210 1, 41 | He is the principle by ~creation: just as one person is distinct 211 1, 45 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE CREATION (QQ 44-49)~THE PROCESSION 212 1, 46 | Principle, and this is called creation, and includes eight points ~ 213 1, 46 | of inquiry:~(1) What is creation?~(2) Whether God can create 214 1, 46 | create anything?~(3) Whether creation is anything in the very 215 1, 46 | alone to create?~(6) Whether creation is common to the whole Trinity, 216 1, 46 | 8) Whether the work of creation is mingled with the works 217 1, 46 | nothing to something. But creation appears to be the ~most 218 1, 46 | designate by the name of creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular 219 1, 46 | which is "not-man," so creation, which is the emanation 220 1, 46 | Augustine uses the word creation in an equivocal sense, ~ 221 1, 46 | do not, however, speak of creation in ~that way here, but as 222 1, 46 | in alteration. Similarly creation ~is more perfect and excellent 223 1, 46 | to be changed. Therefore ~creation is change. But every change 224 1, 46 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Creation is not change, except according 225 1, 46 | which is matter. But in creation, by which the whole substance 226 1, 46 | said above (Q[13], A[1]), creation is signified by ~mode of 227 1, 46 | previously. Hence since ~creation is without movement, a thing 228 1, 46 | false imagination comes from creation being taken to signify ~ 229 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether creation is anything in the creature?~ 230 1, 46 | OBJ 1: It would seem that creation is not anything in the creature. 231 1, 46 | in the creature. For ~as creation taken in a passive sense 232 1, 46 | attributed to the creature, so ~creation taken in an active sense 233 1, 46 | attributed to the Creator. But ~creation taken actively is not anything 234 1, 46 | something temporal. Therefore ~creation taken passively is not anything 235 1, 46 | Creator and the creature. ~But creation is signified as the medium 236 1, 46 | reason to suppose another ~creation to create it, and so on 237 1, 46 | on to infinity. Therefore creation is not ~anything in the 238 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if creation is anything besides the 239 1, 46 | would be the subject of creation, and so the same thing would 240 1, 46 | subject and also the term of creation. ~This is impossible, because 241 1, 46 | passion cease. ~Therefore creation itself is not any thing.~ 242 1, 46 | Therefore much more is creation, ~whereby a thing is made 243 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Creation places something in the 244 1, 46 | which is God. Hence God by creation ~produces things without 245 1, 46 | above (A[2], ad ~2). Hence creation in the creature is only 246 1, 46 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Creation signified actively means 247 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Because creation is signified as a change, 248 1, 46 | the moved, therefore also creation is signified as a medium 249 1, 46 | creature. Nevertheless passive creation is in the ~creature, and 250 1, 46 | there need of a further creation in ~its creation; because 251 1, 46 | further creation in ~its creation; because relations, or their 252 1, 46 | creature is the term of creation as signifying a ~change, 253 1, 46 | change, but is the subject of creation, taken as a real relation, 254 1, 46 | accident. Nevertheless ~creation has a certain aspect of 255 1, 46 | should be created; because ~creation imports a relation of the 256 1, 46 | not ~subsisting. Therefore creation properly speaking does not 257 1, 46 | composite things. ~Therefore creation belongs to them.~Aquin.: 258 1, 46 | refer to the subject of creation, but to the ~proper concept 259 1, 46 | concept of the object of creation. For a created thing is 260 1, 46 | is "this" being, since ~creation is the emanation of all 261 1, 46 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Creation does not mean the building 262 1, 46 | does not exist except by creation; for creation is the ~production 263 1, 46 | except by creation; for creation is the ~production of the 264 1, 46 | substance can be made only by creation, since it has no matter 265 1, 46 | to produce a creature by creation. But to have a ~finite power 266 1, 46 | or that being, belongs to creation. Hence it is manifest that 267 1, 46 | Hence it is manifest that creation is ~the proper act of God 268 1, 46 | have supposed that although creation is the proper act of the ~ 269 1, 46 | instrumentally to this effect, since creation is not ~from anything presupposed, 270 1, 46 | contrary to the very idea of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 271 1, 46 | against the very idea ~of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 272 1, 46 | causality respecting the creation of things. For as ~was said 273 1, 46 | Persons are the cause of ~creation, as above explained.~Aquin.: 274 1, 46 | also ~likewise the power of creation, whilst common to the three 275 1, 46 | not receive the power of ~creation from another. And of the 276 1, 46 | which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and therefore it is attributed 277 1, 46 | out ~super-abundantly. But creation, which is the production 278 1, 46 | way the ~cause and type of creation; as appears from the above ( 279 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether creation is mingled with works of 280 1, 46 | OBJ 1: It would seem that creation is mingled in works of nature 281 1, 46 | nature and art there is creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 282 1, 46 | therefore it must be produced by creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 283 1, 46 | not from ~nature, but by creation; and the same reason applies 284 1, 46 | productions there were not creation, it would follow that ~nature' 285 1, 46 | nature, from the work of creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 286 1, 46 | separate ~agent by way of creation; and accordingly, that to 287 1, 46 | operation of ~nature is joined creation. But this opinion arose 288 1, 46 | Hence in the works of nature creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~ 289 1, 47 | produced ~into being by creation, as appears above (Q[44], 290 1, 47 | not through change, but by creation, which ~is not change, as 291 1, 47 | beginning, not of time, but of creation, ~so that in a certain hardly 292 1, 47 | world in duration; because creation, by which He produced the 293 1, 47 | we understand by the word creation, but that ~it was not made 294 1, 47 | do not reject the ~word creation, as appears from Avicenna ( 295 1, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the creation of things was in the beginning 296 1, 47 | It would seem that the creation of things was not in the ~ 297 1, 47 | any part of ~time. But the creation of things was not in time; 298 1, 47 | not in time; for by the creation the ~substance of things 299 1, 47 | incorporeal things. Therefore ~creation was not in the beginning 300 1, 47 | indivisible. Therefore, the creation of things was not in the ~ 301 1, 47 | there are two principles ~of creation, one of good things and 302 1, 47 | the medium ~of spiritual creation; and to exclude this it 303 1, 47 | of time were a measure of creation, but because ~together with 304 1, 47 | not in "being moved." But ~creation is neither movement nor 305 1, 48 | end. But the end of ~the creation is one - viz. the divine 306 1, 48 | what can be caused only by creation is produced by God alone - 307 1, 48 | this ~was the cause of the creation and diversity of bodies. 308 1, 48 | power is not limited to the ~creation of one world; but rather 309 1, 51 | fourthly, what belongs to their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] Out. 310 1, 51 | chiefly intends in the creation of things, the more perfect 311 1, 58 | very beginning of their creation; others they are taught 312 1, 62 | for us to treat of their creation, or, speaking in a ~general 313 1, 62 | that account of the first creation of things, but are ~designated 314 1, 62 | were begotten before all creation; as Gregory the ~Theologian 315 1, 62 | Fathers; all of whom hold the creation of the angels to have taken 316 1, 62 | matter. Consequently the creation of the matter ~of the corporeal 317 1, 62 | involves in a manner the creation of all ~things; but the 318 1, 62 | of all ~things; but the creation of the angels does not involve 319 1, 62 | angels does not involve creation of the ~universe.~Aquin.: 320 1, 62 | consequence, neither is it for its creation. Therefore the angels were ~ 321 1, 62 | them before all corporeal creation, ~as many holy Doctors hold. 322 1, 63 | creature straightway from its creation was ~made perfect and complete; 323 1, 63 | instantly from the beginning of creation. But, according to his ~ 324 1, 63 | straightway from their creation they knew the Word, and 325 1, 63 | very beginning of their ~creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 326 1, 63 | in beatitude from their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 327 1, 63 | from the beginning of their creation that ~ultimate beatitude 328 1, 63 | in the beginning of its ~creation could not have the perfection 329 1, 63 | angel from the outset of his creation; while the ~second was not, 330 1, 63 | were not beatified in their creation. Therefore it seems that 331 1, 63 | the ~very outset of his creation, for even natural bodies 332 1, 63 | the very instant of their creation; and if the movement of 333 1, 63 | the ~first instant of his creation; and so, if their beatitude 334 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation by an act of his own will?~( 335 1, 64 | any interval between his ~creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest 336 1, 64 | the first ~instant of his creation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 337 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation. For it is said of the devil ~( 338 1, 64 | first instant of their creation some of the angels were 339 1, 64 | the first instant of its creation; as the soul of Christ, 340 1, 64 | first instant of their creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 341 1, 64 | the first ~instant of its creation; as fire begins to move 342 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation. Now this operation was 343 1, 64 | the first instant of their creation; not by their nature, ~but 344 1, 64 | first instant of their ~creation, could have sinned, but 345 1, 64 | an act subsequent to ~his creation. But the term of the creative 346 1, 64 | Now, it is manifest that creation is instantaneous; so also 347 1, 64 | nothing to hinder the term of creation and of ~free-will from existing 348 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 349 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation. The same reason does ~not 350 1, 64 | any interval between the creation and the fall of the ~angel? ~ 351 1, 64 | interval between the angel's ~creation and his fall. For, it is 352 1, 64 | ways from the day of thy creation until ~iniquity was found 353 1, 64 | interval between the ~devil's creation and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT 354 1, 64 | the first instant ~of his creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 355 1, 64 | an interval between his creation ~and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT 356 1, 64 | the first instant of his ~creation. This must be maintained 357 1, 64 | the first instant of his creation, and that he was ~created 358 1, 64 | interposed between his ~creation and fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP 359 1, 64 | because the whole corporeal creation is governed by God through 360 1, 65 | Further, the angels at their creation knew the mystery of the ~ 361 1, 66 | QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL CREATURES ( 362 1, 66 | found, namely, the work of creation, as given in ~the words, " 363 1, 66 | must consider the work of creation; secondly, the work ~of 364 1, 66 | corporeal creatures is by creation, by which ~matter itself 365 1, 66 | caused by a higher cause. But creation is the ~production of a 366 1, 67 | Para. 1/1 - ON THE ORDER OF CREATION TOWARDS DISTINCTION (FOUR 367 1, 67 | first, the ordering of ~creation towards distinction; secondly, 368 1, 67 | Therefore the work of His creation ~was at no time formless. 369 1, 67 | existed in the ~corporeal creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 370 1, 67 | duration, since the end of creation is being in ~act: and act 371 1, 67 | apparent in the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they say that 372 1, 67 | even as ~the whole bodily creation, after the Resurrection, 373 1, 68 | the spiritual or angelic ~creation is passed over, as created 374 1, 68 | they possessed from ~their creation as said above (Q[62], A[ 375 1, 69 | it is part of the work of creation to produce the substance 376 1, 69 | belongs to the work of creation, at ~least, according to 377 1, 69 | belongs to the work of ~creation. But its formation, in some 378 1, 69 | entire sum of corporeal creation, for in that sense it is 379 1, 70 | given its name at its first creation by the ~words, "In the beginning 380 1, 71 | produced in the work of creation, before there was any ~day, 381 1, 71 | the first ~work, that of "creation," the heaven and the earth 382 1, 71 | which is the fourth of creation, are produced ~the lights, 383 1, 73 | enumerated. ~For the work of creation is no less distinct from 384 1, 73 | days should be assigned to creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 385 1, 73 | into ~which the corporeal creation is divided are three, according 386 1, 73 | to Augustine, the work of creation belongs to the ~production 387 1, 73 | xii, 12). ~Thus, then, the creation of either is set down before 388 1, 73 | time; whereas the work of creation lies only in the Divine ~ 389 1, 73 | take place ~"in a day," but creation "in the beginning" which 390 1, 73 | adornment. Hence the word "creation" is significant.~Aquin.: 391 1, 73 | 1:3). Therefore in the ~creation of heaven and earth, as 392 1, 73 | created by God, yet its creation is not ~mentioned. Therefore 393 1, 73 | mentioned. Therefore the creation of the world is not sufficiently ~ 394 1, 73 | these ~words in the work of creation and in that of the second 395 1, 73 | mentioned both in the first creation of the world, and in its ~ 396 1, 73 | Word is mentioned. But in creation the Son is mentioned as 397 1, 73 | beginning God created," since by creation is ~understood the production 398 1, 73 | 3: In the account of the creation there is found something 399 1, 73 | Thus ~in either work, of creation and of formation, the Trinity 400 1, 73 | Persons is ~implied. In creation the Person of the Father 401 1, 89 | the soul was produced by creation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 402 1, 89 | soul was not produced by creation. For ~that which has in 403 1, 89 | soul can be made only by creation; which, ~however, is not 404 1, 89 | it cannot exist except by creation. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 405 1, 89 | cannot be produced ~except by creation. Now, God alone can create; 406 1, 89 | whereas God alone acts by creation. Since, ~therefore, the 407 1, 89 | the body. For ~the work of creation preceded the work of distinction 408 1, 89 | But the soul was made by ~creation; whereas the body was made 409 1, 90 | its matter was produced by creation. But it was fitting that ~ 410 1, 90 | also in the account of the Creation no mention is made of fire ~ 411 1, 90 | power produce matter by ~creation: wherefore He alone can 412 1, 91 | addition of matter: either by creation, or which ~is more probable, 413 1, 91 | lit. ix, 18): "The first ~creation of things did not demand 414 1, 92 | distinguishes a threefold image of ~"creation," of "re-creation," and 415 1, 94 | the first moment of his creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 416 1, 97 | paradise shortly after the creation of the woman; or ~because, 417 1, 101 | over the entire corporeal creation: it is a fitting abode for 418 1, 102 | ARTICLES)~Having considered the creation of things and their distinction, 419 1, 103 | immediately, but in the creation ~itself He established an 420 1, 104 | is miraculous. For the creation of the world, ~and of souls, 421 1, 104 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Creation, and the justification of 422 1, 107 | but ~also of the whole creation, it belongs to the first 423 1, 114 | above when treating of the creation (Q[45], A[8]).~Aquin.: SMT 424 1, 115 | subject ~to fate; such are creation, the glorification of spiritual 425 1, 117 | not by ~generation, but by creation: for nothing is generated 426 1, 117 | not by generation but by ~creation. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] 427 1, 117 | cannot be made except by ~creation, it would follow that the 428 1, 117 | arrive at ~existence by creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 429 1, 117 | generation, but only through ~creation by God. Therefore to hold 430 1, 117 | until now"; but from ~the creation of any new genera and species, 431 1, 117 | works, which included the creation of Adam's soul.~Aquin.: 432 1, 118 | added to matter, either ~by creation, or by something else being 433 1, 118 | addition of wood; or lastly by creation. Now it is manifest that ~ 434 1, 118 | child. Nor does it occur by creation of ~flesh matter: for, according 435 2, 2 | surpasses the limits of all creation, it seems that man can be 436 2, 3 | first principle both of the creation of the soul and of ~its 437 2, 5 | the beginning of their creation: whereas man attains if 438 2, 9 | caused by God alone, by creation, as was stated ~in the FP, 439 2, 83 | that it is corrupted in its creation or infusion: and thus God ~ 440 2, 83 | the author of the soul's creation ~and fusion.~Aquin.: SMT 441 2, 83 | generation. And so, ~since creation implies a relation in the 442 2, 93 | the inferior parts ~of His creation with most suitable laws."~ 443 2, 94 | natural law ~dates from the creation of the rational creature. 444 2, 100 | Sabbath in ~memory of the creation of all things.~Aquin.: SMT 445 2, 100 | the chief was that of the Creation, which was called to mind ~ 446 2, 102 | first principle of the ~creation of all things, and their 447 2, 102 | memory of the work of the creation of the universe. Another ~ 448 2, 103 | to recall the blessing of creation: ~and other solemnities, 449 2, 103 | us: and the blessing of creation and other Divine favors ~ 450 2, 103 | sign recalling the first creation, its ~place is taken by 451 2, 112 | require matter, as appears in creation, to ~which grace is compared, 452 2, 113 | from Ethic. i, 2. Hence the creation of ~heaven and earth is 453 2, 113 | recipient. Now in the work of creation something is ~made from 454 2, 113 | action, and thus the work of creation is the greatest ~work, wherein 455 2, 113 | Godhead, is greater than the creation of heaven and earth, which ~ 456 2, 113 | of acting, in which way ~creation is God's greatest work.~ 457 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly and the creation of the world, and, ~generally 458 2, 1 | to the Father, viz. the creation, and likewise, a work ~appropriated 459 2, 1 | which the article about the creation is proposed ~to us; the 460 2, 25 | father, but from God by creation, as stated in the FP, Q[ 461 2, 64 | is shown forth in ~man's creation (Gn. 1:26) by the words: " 462 2, 79 | the first principle of the creation and government of things. ~ 463 2, 79 | the one principle of the ~creation and government of things, 464 2, 83 | God as its beginning by creation, and its ~end by beatification: 465 2, 92 | recent ~remembrance of the creation of the world, so that man 466 2, 101 | Whom dulia is due; God by creation, to Whom ~we owe latria." 467 2, 101 | latria to God in respect of creation, which is ~not communicated 468 2, 120 | boon was the work of the ~Creation of the world, from which 469 2, 120 | a sign representing the Creation of ~the world, it is a ceremonial 470 2, 161 | the very outset of their creation, both on man - of ~whom 471 2, 161 | bestowed on the angel at his creation, wherefore immediately ~ 472 2, 161 | But the first man, at his creation, had not yet ~received this 473 2, 161 | at the very outset of his creation, because to each there ~ 474 2, 170 | able at ~the same time, by creation, to produce the subject, 475 2, 170 | the very instant of ~its creation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 476 3, 3 | be, as it ~were, a second creation of human nature, according 477 3, 3 | creature." But the power of creation is appropriated to the ~ 478 3, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The first creation of things was made by the 479 3, 3 | the Word; hence the second creation ought to have been ~brought 480 3, 3 | restoration should correspond to creation according to 2 Cor. 5:19: ~" 481 3, 4 | from the beginning of their creation, ~inasmuch as they are not 482 3, 6 | truth." But the mode of creation is in harmony with the ~ 483 3, 9 | in the beginning of the creation of things, the ~Word of 484 3, 13 | by an infinite power, as creation and the ~like, as is plain 485 3, 13 | speculative knowledge of ~creation (for it knows the mode of 486 3, 13 | knows the mode of God's creation), but it has no ~practical 487 3, 13 | knowledge operative of ~creation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[13] A[ 488 3, 13 | nothing, corresponds to their ~creation, whereby they were brought 489 3, 16 | there can be in the case of creation; ~and hence there is no 490 3, 23 | Wherefore, as by the work of creation the Divine goodness is communicated ~ 491 3, 23 | adoption, but by reason of creation; ~according to the first-mentioned 492 3, 25 | dulia' is due: God of all by creation, to Whom ~'latria' is due."~ 493 3, 34 | the first instant of his ~creation, as was shown in the FP, 494 3, 34 | the first instant of its creation - that is, in ~the first 495 3, 34 | the first instant of its creation, but not ~to evil sinfully; 496 3, 34 | the first moment of his creation, in ~the ordinary course 497 3, 34 | the very beginning of ~its creation. In this way did Christ' 498 3, 34 | the first instant of its ~creation receive grace by which it 499 3, 36 | since the beginning of the creation observe the course ~appointed 500 3, 40 | the seventh day from the creation of new creatures, yet He


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