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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | dazzled by the light of the sun" (Metaph. ii, lect. i). 2 1, 4 | equivocal agent - thus in the sun is ~the likeness of whatever 3 1, 4 | whatever is generated by the sun's power. Now it is plain ~ 4 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: Even as the sun (as Dionysius remarks, ( 5 1, 4 | things generated by the sun's heat may be in some ~sort 6 1, 4 | sort spoken of as like the sun, not as though they received 7 1, 4 | received the form of ~the sun in its specific likeness, 8 1, 6 | excellently, as, heat is in the sun ~more excellently than it 9 1, 8 | caused in the air by the sun as ~long as the air remains 10 1, 9 | as when we say that the sun proceeds to the earth, inasmuch 11 1, 9 | metaphorically. ~For as the sun is said to enter a house, 12 1, 12 | intellect; as, for example, the sun, which ~is supremely visible, 13 1, 12 | of sensible things in the sun, i.e., by the sun's light. 14 1, 12 | in the sun, i.e., by the sun's light. Hence ~Augustine 15 1, 12 | as it were by their own sun," namely God. As therefore 16 1, 12 | see the substance of the ~sun, so in like manner to see 17 1, 13 | represent ~the power of the sun. This was explained above ( 18 1, 13 | which are equivocal, as the sun which causes heat, although 19 1, 13 | causes heat, although the ~sun is hot only in an equivocal 20 1, 13 | manner; as for example the ~sun by exercise of its one power 21 1, 13 | species, as for instance the sun is the cause of the generation 22 1, 13 | whereas the nature of ~the sun is not common to many in 23 1, 13 | for the ~nature of the sun can be understood as existing 24 1, 13 | same ~way as this name "sun" would be communicable according 25 1, 13 | like giving a name to ~the sun as signifying this individual 26 1, 13 | above concerning the name "sun."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 27 1, 14 | although the movement of the sun which is the first ~cause, 28 1, 14 | example, if I said, "if the sun moves, the grass will ~grow."~ 29 1, 19 | the cause. ~Even so, the sun's power has a non-necessary 30 1, 19 | Div. Nom. iv, 1): "As our sun, not by reason nor by ~pre-election, 31 1, 19 | the second cause, as the sun's power is ~hindered by 32 1, 23 | 1) that as the corporeal sun sends his rays ~upon all 33 1, 25 | example, the ~power of the sun does not wholly manifest 34 1, 36 | a ~point, a ray from the sun, a stream from a source, 35 1, 42 | emission of rays from the sun; wherein is absent equality 36 1, 46 | elementary body, ~and on the sun, and so on to infinity.~ 37 1, 47 | one year another year, one sun ~another sun? [Vulg.: 'when 38 1, 47 | another year, one sun ~another sun? [Vulg.: 'when all come 39 1, 47 | when all come of the sun']. By the knowledge of the 40 1, 47 | Architect ~provided this one sun for the one world, not to 41 1, 48 | to infinity between the sun and ~the air, the aptitude 42 1, 57 | resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun does to fire. Even in this 43 1, 57 | sure knowledge; as that the sun will ~rise tomorrow. But 44 1, 58 | being enlightened by the ~sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 45 1, 58 | solar circuit, since the sun ~was only made on the fourth 46 1, 63 | the moon is lit up by the sun, the atmosphere is lit up 47 1, 64 | behold the light of the sun. But ~the demons cannot 48 1, 65 | seen in serpents, in the ~sun's heat, and other things. 49 1, 65 | mere chance. For it the sun's body was ~made what it 50 1, 65 | the one to punish whom the sun ~had been created, that 51 1, 66 | as to emit rays, as the sun does, but of a more subtle ~ 52 1, 67 | West. Yet as soon as the sun is at ~the horizon, the 53 1, 67 | and moves around with the sun, ~we may ask why it is that 54 1, 67 | for by the rays of the sun bodies are warmed, and ~ 55 1, 67 | said that light is the sun's substantial form, but 56 1, 67 | substantial form of the sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 57 1, 67 | substantial form of the sun, or of another body that 58 1, 67 | this ~is effected by the sun, which is recorded as having 59 1, 67 | worship as gods even the sun, moon, and stars, which 60 1, 67 | that on the making of the sun this returned to ~the matter 61 1, 67 | closely attached to the sun as to be indistinguishable. ~ 62 1, 67 | is held by some ~that the sun's body was made out of this 63 1, 67 | least who believe that the sun is different in its nature ~ 64 1, 67 | that the light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, 65 1, 67 | in the substance of the sun we have the cause of light, 66 1, 68 | iv), the ~light of the sun was without form during 67 1, 69 | surface to the action of the sun lifting up the vapors and 68 1, 70 | plants are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly 69 1, 70 | the ~moon. Therefore the sun and the moon alone are not 70 1, 70 | observe that the rays of the sun have one effect, those of 71 1, 70 | Nom. iv) says that the sun's light which previously 72 1, 70 | recorded as produced before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, 73 1, 70 | Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate 74 1, 70 | to heaven, thou see the sun and the moon and all the 75 1, 70 | must be its form. But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler 76 1, 70 | than its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a 77 1, 70 | life from the power of ~the sun and stars. Much more, therefore, 78 1, 70 | Athenians for teaching that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, 79 1, 73 | 10), "Nothing ~under the sun is new, for it hath already 80 1, 74 | completed by the return of the sun to the ~point from which 81 1, 76 | fact ~that "man and the sun generate man from matter." 82 1, 42 | emission of rays from the sun; wherein is absent equality 83 1, 47 | elementary body, ~and on the sun, and so on to infinity.~ 84 1, 48 | one year another year, one sun ~another sun? [Vulg.: 'when 85 1, 48 | another year, one sun ~another sun? [Vulg.: 'when all come 86 1, 48 | when all come of the sun']. By the knowledge of the ~ 87 1, 48 | Architect ~provided this one sun for the one world, not to 88 1, 49 | to infinity between the sun and ~the air, the aptitude 89 1, 58 | resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun does to fire. Even in this 90 1, 58 | sure knowledge; as that the sun will ~rise tomorrow. But 91 1, 59 | being enlightened by the ~sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 92 1, 59 | solar circuit, since the sun ~was only made on the fourth 93 1, 64 | the moon is lit up by the sun, the atmosphere is lit up 94 1, 65 | behold the light of the sun. But ~the demons cannot 95 1, 66 | seen in serpents, in the ~sun's heat, and other things. 96 1, 66 | mere chance. For it the sun's body was ~made what it 97 1, 66 | the one to punish whom the sun ~had been created, that 98 1, 67 | as to emit rays, as the sun does, but of a more subtle ~ 99 1, 68 | West. Yet as soon as the sun is at ~the horizon, the 100 1, 68 | and moves around with the sun, ~we may ask why it is that 101 1, 68 | for by the rays of the sun bodies are warmed, and ~ 102 1, 68 | said that light is the sun's substantial form, but 103 1, 68 | substantial form of the sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 104 1, 68 | substantial form of the sun, or of another body that 105 1, 68 | this ~is effected by the sun, which is recorded as having 106 1, 68 | worship as gods even the sun, moon, and stars, which 107 1, 68 | that on the making of the sun this returned to ~the matter 108 1, 68 | closely attached to the sun as to be indistinguishable. ~ 109 1, 68 | is held by some ~that the sun's body was made out of this 110 1, 68 | least who believe that the sun is different in its nature ~ 111 1, 68 | that the light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, 112 1, 68 | in the substance of the sun we have the cause of light, 113 1, 69 | iv), the ~light of the sun was without form during 114 1, 70 | surface to the action of the sun lifting up the vapors and 115 1, 71 | plants are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly 116 1, 71 | the ~moon. Therefore the sun and the moon alone are not 117 1, 71 | observe that the rays of the sun have one effect, those of 118 1, 71 | Nom. iv) says that the sun's light which previously 119 1, 71 | recorded as produced before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, 120 1, 71 | Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate 121 1, 71 | to heaven, thou see the sun and the moon and all the 122 1, 71 | must be its form. But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler 123 1, 71 | than its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a 124 1, 71 | life from the power of ~the sun and stars. Much more, therefore, 125 1, 71 | Athenians for teaching that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, 126 1, 72 | 10), "Nothing ~under the sun is new, for it hath already 127 1, 73 | completed by the return of the sun to the ~point from which 128 1, 75 | fact ~that "man and the sun generate man from matter." 129 1, 78 | universal ~causes: for the sun alone does not generate 130 1, 78 | impressing the soul to the sun, as Themistius says in his 131 1, 78 | which Plato compares to the sun; but not the unity of ~the 132 1, 83 | say that ~we see in the sun what we see by the sun. 133 1, 83 | the sun what we see by the sun. And thus we must needs 134 1, 84 | example, it ~judges the sun to be only a foot in diameter, 135 1, 87 | see colors set off by the sun, we are not united to the 136 1, 87 | to the substance ~of the sun so as to act like the sun, 137 1, 87 | sun so as to act like the sun, but its light only is united 138 1, 90 | Phys. ii, 26), "man and the sun ~beget man from matter." 139 1, 101 | since twice in the year the sun passes vertically over the ~ 140 1, 101 | cold there, ~because the sun is never too far off; and 141 1, 101 | because, ~although the sun passes over the heads of 142 1, 101 | those regions where the sun does ~not pass vertically 143 1, 101 | the mere ~proximity of the sun. But whatever be the truth 144 1, 102 | I saw that under the sun ~the race is not to the 145 1, 102 | things which are under the sun are not ~subject to the 146 1, 102 | are said to be under the sun which are ~generated and 147 1, 102 | corrupted according to the sun's movement. In all such ~ 148 1, 103 | even for a moment, when the sun ceases to act upon it, because ~ 149 1, 103 | way as it exists in the sun, which is the principle 150 1, 103 | with the ~action of the sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 151 1, 103 | God, as the air is to the sun ~which enlightens it. For 152 1, 103 | enlightens it. For as the sun possesses light by its nature, 153 1, 103 | enlightened by sharing the sun's nature; so God alone is 154 1, 103 | by the presence of the ~sun, so is man enlightened by 155 1, 103 | given the action of the sun. Wherefore the ~potentiality 156 1, 103 | continual ~influence of the sun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 157 1, 104 | and minerals are like the sun and ~stars, by whose power 158 1, 104 | powers of things; just as the sun is said to be ~the cause 159 1, 104 | the same ~place, or if the sun goes backwards; or if a 160 1, 107 | sufficiently ~than the one sun does what belongs to the 161 1, 107 | belongs to the office of the sun, as the angel ~is more perfect 162 1, 108 | deficient ~in light, as the sun enlightens the moon. But 163 1, 114 | that "the ~light of the sun conduces to the generation 164 1, 114 | ii, 2) that "man and ~the sun generate man."~Aquin.: SMT 165 1, 114 | a heavenly body (for the sun has not ~the same effect 166 1, 117 | been said that "man and the sun ~generate man." Moreover, 167 1, 118 | matter: thus the form of the sun cannot exist save in the ~ 168 1, 118 | clearly the case with the sun, moon and such like. Thus 169 2, 3 | knowing the eclipse of the sun, consider that it must be 170 2, 46 | by causality; thus the sun is the general cause of 171 2, 60 | animal is generated by the ~sun. In this case the forms 172 2, 60 | to the one action of ~the sun, animals of various species 173 2, 67 | not extinguished when the sun's rays appear. Therefore 174 2, 68 | moved by ~another. Thus the sun which possesses light perfectly, 175 2, 75 | thus the absence of the sun is the cause of darkness. 176 2, 79 | this world," even as the sun is ~the universal cause 177 2, 79 | in the same ~way; for the sun enlightens by necessity 178 2, 79 | wisdom. Now although the sun, so far as ~it is concerned, 179 2, 79 | are closed, although the sun is in no way the cause of ~ 180 2, 86 | lower nature: hence the sun's ~ray is not defiled by 181 2, 93 | thus someone not seeing the sun in its substance, may know 182 2, 102 | Gentiles, in reverence to the sun, ~worshipped towards the 183 2, 102 | towards the rising of the sun." ~Accordingly, in order 184 2, 102 | two hemispheres, or the sun and moon. The twelve ~precious 185 2, 103 | appeared ~the first rays of the sun, i.e. Christ, by the fulness 186 2, 109 | like things lit up by the sun so as to be seen. Now God ~ 187 2, 109 | visible object, without the ~sun's light. Therefore the human 188 2, 109 | Reply OBJ 2: The material sun sheds its light outside 189 2, 109 | us; but the ~intelligible Sun, Who is God, shines within 190 2, 109 | away from the light of the sun, ~prepares himself to receive 191 2, 109 | prepares himself to receive the sun's light, by turning his 192 2, 109 | turning his eyes towards ~the sun. Hence it is clear that 193 2, 111 | for ~instance, that the sun should stand still or darken, 194 2, 111 | as ~the brightness of the sun that enlightens is more 195 2, 113 | the opposite form; ~as the sun by its light acts for the 196 2, 113 | hence on ~the part of the sun, illumination is prior to 197 2, 2 | and in Him, I believe. O sun, during the lifetime of 198 2, 4 | justification, even as the sun is always lighting up the 199 2, 14 | for the ~eyes to see the sun." Therefore blindness of 200 2, 14 | they ~shall not see the sun." In either of these ways 201 2, 23 | safekeeping of ~charity, as the sun does to the diffusion of 202 2, 23 | its being lit up by the sun, even ~so charity ceases 203 2, 33 | and to be parched by the sun's heat.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 204 2, 45 | same genus, even as the sun has an influence over all 205 2, 50 | been attained: thus the sun lightens the ~air even after 206 2, 56 | to all its ~effects, the sun, for instance, in relation 207 2, 79 | being ~enlightened by the sun. Now the human mind, in 208 2, 81 | receives the ~brightness of the sun. Wherefore it is said of 209 2, 92 | the great water, or the sun and the moon, to be the 210 2, 93 | men and of gods," i.e. the sun or ~the heavens, "brings 211 2, 134 | shall the heat nor ~the sun strike them." Therefore 212 2, 145 | the day conduces until the sun has reached its zenith), 213 2, 162 | reason of the nighness of the sun. ~This is denoted by the " 214 2, 169 | material light is in the sun, and in fire; secondly, 215 2, 172 | of the morning, when the sun ~riseth, shineth in the 216 2, 172 | wrought by Josue, who made the sun ~and moon to stand still ( 217 2, 172 | by Isaias, who made the sun ~to turn back (Is. 38:8), 218 2, 176 | Josue 10:12): "Move not, O sun, toward Gabaon," ~it is 219 2, 183 | since all things beneath the sun are vanity, but the ~work 220 3, 5 | at the presence of the sun the light of the stars is 221 3, 7 | thus the ~force of the sun, which is the universal 222 3, 7 | say ~that the light of the sun is infinite, not indeed 223 3, 7 | increases, can ~never equal the sun's strength, so the grace 224 3, 7 | by the presence of ~the sun. Hence it is written (Ezech. 225 3, 7 | union, as light follows the sun. Thirdly, the ~reason of 226 3, 9 | greater, as the light of the sun dims the light ~of a candle, 227 3, 9 | air by the light of the ~sun. And in this manner the 228 3, 21 | we do not pray that the sun may rise tomorrow. Nor is ~ 229 3, 22 | in that genus: thus the ~sun gives but does not receive 230 3, 25 | martyrs, but ~either the sun or the moon or even the 231 3, 27 | set His tabernacle in the ~sun." But of the tabernacle 232 3, 30 | Gn. 15:12) that "when the sun ~was setting, a deep sleep 233 3, 31 | whom to be born. If the sun's rays can dry up the ~filth 234 3, 36 | From the ~rising of the sun even to the going down, 235 3, 39 | passage: "As the light of the sun does not wait for the setting 236 3, 44 | the ninth hour; and the sun was darkened."~Aquin.: SMT 237 3, 44 | gloom or darkening of the ~sun, which occurred at the time 238 3, 44 | passion, was caused by the ~sun withdrawing its rays, without 239 3, 44 | as though it were in the sun's power to send forth ~or 240 3, 44 | Div. Nom. iv). But the sun is said to withdraw ~its 241 3, 44 | Divine power caused the sun's rays not to reach ~the 242 3, 44 | between (the earth and the sun). Hence on Mt. 27:45 he 243 3, 44 | the moon eclipsing the ~sun. For he says (Ep. ad Polycarp): " 244 3, 44 | the moon ~encroach on the sun," he being in Egypt at the 245 3, 44 | the natural eclipse of the sun by interposition of the 246 3, 44 | takes ~place except when the sun and moon are in conjunction. 247 3, 44 | conjunction. But then the sun ~and moon were in opposition, 248 3, 44 | seen, together with the sun, in the middle of the heavens, 249 3, 44 | the east, opposite ~the sun. Wherefore he says: "Again 250 3, 44 | into opposition with the sun," so as to be diametrically ~ 251 3, 44 | having withdrawn from the sun "at the ninth hour," when 252 3, 44 | moon both to approach the sun supernaturally at an unwonted 253 3, 44 | and to withdraw from the sun and return to its proper 254 3, 44 | that the eclipse of the sun naturally ~always begins 255 3, 44 | begins in that part of the sun which is to the west and 256 3, 44 | more rapid than that of the sun, and consequently the ~moon, 257 3, 44 | the west, overtakes the sun and passes it on its ~eastward 258 3, 44 | moon had already passed the sun, ~and was distant from it 259 3, 44 | return eastwards towards the sun, ~so as to come into apparent 260 3, 44 | the ~western edge of the sun," for it was a total eclipse, " 261 3, 44 | eclipse that part of the sun which is first eclipsed 262 3, 44 | coming in front of the sun, by its natural ~movement 263 3, 44 | western ~portion of the sun, which was the first part 264 3, 44 | west, did not pass the sun so as to be to the west 265 3, 44 | the western edge of the sun returned towards the east: 266 3, 44 | the last portion of the sun to be eclipsed was the first 267 3, 44 | towards the east, whereas the sun began to ~reappear towards 268 3, 44 | on the same side of the sun, "but on opposite sides."~ 269 3, 44 | whereas an eclipse of ~the sun lasts but a short time, 270 3, 44 | was ~stationary below the sun, except we prefer to say 271 3, 44 | moment of occultation of the sun ~to the moment when the 272 3, 44 | to the moment when the sun had completely emerged from 273 3, 45 | His face did shine as the sun, and His garments became ~ 274 3, 45 | the air is lit up by the sun. Consequently the refulgence, 275 3, 45 | surpassed by that of the sun. Hence Gregory says (Moral. 276 3, 46 | Christ is Himself ~called the Sun of Justice, as we read Mal. 277 3, 46 | the sixth hour, when the sun is at its ~highest point, 278 3, 46 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as the sun is at its highest point 279 3, 51 | ninth hour, during which the sun was ~darkened, and as day 280 3, 52 | moon shall blush, and the sun ~be put to shame," etc.~ 281 3, 53 | start with the rising of the sun, the presence ~of which 282 3, 53 | day which is caused by the sun's presence, because the 283 3, 53 | s presence, because the sun had ~already begun to brighten 284 3, 53 | come to the sepulchre, the sun being now risen"; which 285 3, 53 | But when Mark says ~"'the sun being now risen,' it is 286 3, 53 | not to be taken as if the sun were ~already apparent over 287 3, 54 | shall the just shine as the ~sun in the kingdom of their 288 3, 54 | derives its splendor from the sun's radiance, according to 289 3, 54 | sucks in the ~water, and the sun's burning ray absorbs it; 290 3, 55 | His face shone like the sun. But it did not happen thus ~ 291 3, 60 | 5:5); ~sometimes by the sun (Is. 60:19,20; Mal. 4:2), 292 3, 62 | things generated are in the sun; ~but as to a certain instrumental 293 3, 66 | of water ~heated by the sun; and by mixture, as when 294 3, 83 | when the substance of the sun appears above the earth; 295 3, 83 | to show: because then the sun is said to be risen when ~ 296 3, 83 | women came to the tomb, the sun being now risen"; though, 297 3, 83 | was yet dark, before the sun's rising was manifest."~ 298 Suppl, 36| solar ~radiance, like the sun enlighten other bodies with 299 Suppl, 47| either necessary, as that the sun will rise ~tomorrow - and 300 Suppl, 67| cases, as instanced by the sun standing still at the ~time 301 Suppl, 69| Scriptures speak of God ~as the sun, because He is the principle 302 Suppl, 69| of spiritual life, as the sun is ~of corporeal life. In 303 Suppl, 72| Whether in very truth the sun and moon will be darkened?~( 304 Suppl, 72| There shall be signs in the ~sun, and in the moon, and in 305 Suppl, 72| time of the judgment the sun and moon will be ~darkened 306 Suppl, 72| time of the judgment the sun and ~moon will be darkened 307 Suppl, 72| from gathering that the sun moon, and stars ~will then 308 Suppl, 72| we know happened to the sun at ~the time of our Lord' 309 Suppl, 72| According to astronomers the sun and moon cannot be ~eclipsed 310 Suppl, 72| But this darkening of the sun and moon is ~stated to be 311 Suppl, 72| shall be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun 312 Suppl, 72| sun, and the light of the sun shall be ~sevenfold." Therefore 313 Suppl, 72| that, If we speak of the sun and moon in respect of the 314 Suppl, 72| by the Divine ~power the sun, moon, and other luminaries 315 Suppl, 72| blessed Agnes said that the "sun and ~moon wonder at His 316 Suppl, 72| whether produced by the sun or ~by some lower heating 317 Suppl, 72| without labor that the sun and moon travel their appointed 318 Suppl, 74| being in the east and the sun in the west; ~because the 319 Suppl, 74| in the west; ~because the sun and moon are believed to 320 Suppl, 74| of the light given by the sun. But then the city of God 321 Suppl, 74| of God will ~need neither sun nor moon, because the glory 322 Suppl, 79| mirror placed under the sun's rays does not reflect 323 Suppl, 79| mirror directly opposite the sun's rays does not appear ~ 324 Suppl, 79| glass in a mirror. The sun's ray dispels this opacity 325 Suppl, 80| surpasses the clarity of the sun, which is the ~greatest 326 Suppl, 80| speak of subtlety in the sun and moon ~and like bodies, 327 Suppl, 81| to any distance, like the sun's ray." Therefore the ~glorified 328 Suppl, 82| just shall shine as the ~sun in the kingdom of their 329 Suppl, 82| the resplendence of the sun, or ~from some other cause 330 Suppl, 82| than ~the clarity of the sun is now, since the clarity 331 Suppl, 82| since the clarity of the sun also will ~then be greater 332 Suppl, 82| still, for which reason the ~sun and the entire world will 333 Suppl, 82| gaze on the very orb of the sun on account ~of the greatness 334 Suppl, 82| surpasses the clarity of the sun, it does not by its nature 335 Suppl, 83| both receive light from the sun, and will convey the variety 336 Suppl, 88| adding: "Nothing under the sun is new." For since the ~ 337 Suppl, 88| since the ~movement of the sun follows a circle, those 338 Suppl, 88| which are subject to ~the sun's power must needs have 339 Suppl, 88| glory are not "under the sun."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 340 Suppl, 88| from the ~movement of the sun. Therefore the movement 341 Suppl, 88| Therefore the movement of the sun will never cease.~Aquin.: 342 Suppl, 88| the Lord Who ~giveth the sun for the light of the day, 343 Suppl, 88| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the sun successively gives light 344 Suppl, 88| it, or neither. Now the sun is ~indifferent to being 345 Suppl, 88| position is ~ascribed to the sun, or both. But neither both 346 Suppl, 88| Para. 2/5~Further: "Thy sun shall go down no more, and 347 Suppl, 88| Now the setting of the sun and the phases of the ~moon 348 Suppl, 88| not more natural to the sun to move towards a ~point 349 Suppl, 88| to ~heaven, thou see the sun and the moon and all the 350 Suppl, 88| earth be not ~lit up by the sun, there will by no means 351 Suppl, 88| their ~offices: thus the sun and moon fill the places 352 Suppl, 88| thus in our regard the sun has a more noble ~disposition 353 Suppl, 88| shall be as the light of the sun." Therefore in the ~original 354 Suppl, 88| moon shone as much as the sun does now. ~Therefore whenever 355 Suppl, 88| made it to be day as ~the sun does now: which is proved 356 Suppl, 88| the brightness of the sun will be of no use to man: 357 Suppl, 88| Thou shalt no more have the sun for thy light by day, ~neither 358 Suppl, 88| city hath no need of the sun, nor of the moon to shine 359 Suppl, 88| be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun 360 Suppl, 88| sun, and the light of the sun shall be sevenfold."~Aquin.: 361 Suppl, 88| be as ~the light of the sun," says: "All things made 362 Suppl, 88| deteriorated ~at his fall, and sun and moon diminished in light." 363 Suppl, 88| now from the light of the sun. After the resurrection, 364 Suppl, 88| shine as brightly as the sun does ~now; the sun seven 365 Suppl, 88| as the sun does ~now; the sun seven times as much as now, 366 Suppl, 88| seven times more than the sun, although there be no authority 367 Suppl, 88| city hath no need of the sun," ~nor "of the moon." Secondly, 368 Suppl, 88| metaphorically: and that even as the sun is said to be darkened in ~ 369 Suppl, 88| so on the ~other hand the sun is said to shine brighter 370 Suppl, 89| we might understand the sun to ~enlighten the atmosphere 371 Suppl, 92| set His tabernacle in the sun," etc., and Apoc. 21:3, " 372 Suppl, 93| One is the glory of the sun," says ~that "the worth 373 Suppl, 93| compared to ~the glory of the sun; to the glory of the moon 374 Suppl, 94| when he ~asserted that "the sun and the moon will stop in


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