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1 1, 3 | our image and likeness" (Gn. 1:26). Now a figure is ~ 2 1, 3 | the fishes of the sea" (Gn. ~1:26). Now man excels 3 1, 4 | our image and ~likeness" (Gn. 1:26), and: "When He shall 4 1, 12 | seen God face to face" (Gn. 32:30). But to see Him ~ 5 1, 13 | to the word of ~Genesis (Gn. 1:26), "Let us make man 6 1, 19 | changeable. For the Lord says ~(Gn. 6:7): "It repenteth Me 7 1, 23 | made Rebecca to conceive" ~(Gn. 25:21). But from that conception 8 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Gn. 1:1, where it is said, " 9 1, 45 | contrary, On the text of Gn. 1, "In the beginning God 10 1, 45 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 11 1, 45 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 12 1, 46 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 13 1, 47 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:4,7) that God "divided 14 1, 47 | this is what we read in Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: Be light 15 1, 47 | and they were very good" (Gn. 1:31). And, as Augustine 16 1, 47 | light that it was good" (Gn. 1:4); and in like manner 17 1, 47 | and they were very good" (Gn. 1:31).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 51 | bodies. For it was said (Gn. ~18:16) that "Abraham walked 19 1, 51 | previously adored them as God ~(Gn. 18). Therefore the angels 20 1, 51 | of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~the 21 1, 52 | angel destroying Sodom (Gn. 19:25). ~Therefore an angel 22 1, 58 | are one. ~For it is said (Gn. 1:5): "There was evening 23 1, 61 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 24 1, 61 | held, then in the text of Gn. 1, "In the ~beginning God 25 1, 63 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the 26 1, 64 | evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore the demons 27 1, 64 | Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, 28 1, 65 | 2: Further, it is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all things 29 1, 65 | saw that ~it was good" (Gn. 1), as if to say that everything 30 1, 65 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 31 1, 66 | formation. For it is said (Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void 32 1, 68 | second day. ~For it is said (Gn. 1:8): "God called the firmament 33 1, 68 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:6): "God said: let there 34 1, 68 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:7): "(God) divided the 35 1, 68 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:6): "Let there be a firmament 36 1, 69 | form. But the words ~of Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is the earth 37 1, 69 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought 38 1, 69 | Scripture, for it is said (Gn. 2:4,5): "These ~are the 39 1, 69 | Scripture says pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~"Let the earth 40 1, 70 | Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the heavens 41 1, 73 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 2:2): "On the seventh day 42 1, 73 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 2:2): "God rested on the 43 1, 73 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:3), "God blessed the 44 1, 74 | day. For it is written ~(Gn. 2:4,5): "These are the 45 1, 74 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1), "The evening and the 46 1, 74 | 3: Further, it is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the 47 1, 75 | forth the living soul" (Gn. 1:24): while of ~man it 48 1, 75 | while of ~man it is written (Gn. 2:7) that "He breathed 49 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Gn. 1:1, where it is said, " 50 1, 46 | contrary, On the text of Gn. 1, "In the beginning God 51 1, 46 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 52 1, 46 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 53 1, 47 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 54 1, 48 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:4,7) that God "divided 55 1, 48 | this is what we read in Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: Be light 56 1, 48 | and they were very good" (Gn. 1:31). And, as Augustine 57 1, 48 | light that it was good" (Gn. 1:4); and in like manner 58 1, 48 | and they were very good" (Gn. 1:31).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 59 1, 52 | bodies. For it was said (Gn. ~18:16) that "Abraham walked 60 1, 52 | previously adored them as God ~(Gn. 18). Therefore the angels 61 1, 52 | of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~the 62 1, 53 | angel destroying Sodom (Gn. 19:25). ~Therefore an angel 63 1, 59 | are one. ~For it is said (Gn. 1:5): "There was evening 64 1, 62 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 65 1, 62 | held, then in the text of Gn. 1, "In the ~beginning God 66 1, 64 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the 67 1, 65 | evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore the demons 68 1, 65 | Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, 69 1, 66 | 2: Further, it is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all things 70 1, 66 | saw that ~it was good" (Gn. 1), as if to say that everything 71 1, 66 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:1): "In the beginning 72 1, 67 | formation. For it is said (Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void 73 1, 69 | second day. ~For it is said (Gn. 1:8): "God called the firmament 74 1, 69 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:6): "God said: let there 75 1, 69 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:7): "(God) divided the 76 1, 69 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:6): "Let there be a firmament 77 1, 70 | form. But the words ~of Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is the earth 78 1, 70 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought 79 1, 70 | Scripture, for it is said (Gn. 2:4,5): "These ~are the 80 1, 70 | Scripture says pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~"Let the earth 81 1, 71 | Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the heavens 82 1, 72 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 2:2): "On the seventh day 83 1, 72 | the contrary, It is said (Gn. 2:2): "God rested on the 84 1, 72 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:3), "God blessed the 85 1, 73 | day. For it is written ~(Gn. 2:4,5): "These are the 86 1, 73 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1), "The evening and the 87 1, 73 | 3: Further, it is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the 88 1, 74 | forth the living soul" (Gn. 1:24): while of ~man it 89 1, 74 | while of ~man it is written (Gn. 2:7) that "He breathed 90 1, 89 | substance. For it is written (Gn. 2:7): "God formed man of 91 1, 89 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:27): "God created man 92 1, 89 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:7) that God Himself " 93 1, 90 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:7): "God made man of 94 1, 91 | woman was it said after sin (Gn. 3:16): "Thou shalt be under 95 1, 91 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:18): "It is not good 96 1, 91 | shall be two in one flesh" (Gn. 2:24).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 97 1, 91 | himself. Hence it is written (Gn. 2:23,24): "She was taken 98 1, 91 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:22): "God built the rib, 99 1, 92 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:26): "Let Us make man 100 1, 92 | are called ~"very good" (Gn. 1:31). Therefore the whole 101 1, 92 | female He created them" (Gn. 1:27). Moreover it is said " 102 1, 92 | Further, it is written (Gn. 1:27): "God created man 103 1, 93 | a deep sleep upon Adam" (Gn. ~2:21). The reason is because, 104 1, 93 | Man named the animals (Gn. 2:20). But names should 105 1, 95 | the ~Glossa ordinaria on Gn. 1:26]: "God gave man mastership 106 1, 95 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:26): "Let him have dominion 107 1, 95 | Nor does Bede's gloss on Gn. ~1:30, say that trees and 108 1, 95 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:26): "That he may have 109 1, 95 | it was said to the woman (Gn. 3:16): "Thou ~shalt be 110 1, 96 | innocence, according to Gn. 2:21, "God cast a deep 111 1, 96 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:16): "Of every tree in 112 1, 96 | body; whence it is written (Gn. 2:7): "Man was made into 113 1, 96 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 3:22): "Lest perhaps he 114 1, 97 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 1:28): "Increase and multiply, 115 1, 97 | according to Scripture (Gn. 4:1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 116 1, 97 | man and woman before sin (Gn. 1,2). But ~nothing is void 117 1, 97 | made to be a help to ~man (Gn. 2:18,20). But she is not 118 1, 98 | nature, as it is written (Gn. 1,2). ~Therefore also in 119 1, 101 | Bede ~[*Strabus, Gloss on Gn. 2:8] says that "paradise 120 1, 101 | as rising in paradise ~(Gn. 2:10). But the rivers there 121 1, 101 | pleasure from the beginning" (Gn. ~2:8).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 122 1, 101 | was a punishment of sin (Gn. 3:17). Therefore man was 123 1, 101 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2: 15): "The Lord God took 124 1, 101 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:15): "God took man and 125 1, 104 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 2:7): "God formed man of 126 1, 104 | bodies, as is clear from Gn. 1:9 ~"Let the waters be 127 1, 110 | could not find the door" ~(Gn. 19:11). [*It is worth noting 128 1, 113 | said to tempt, according to Gn. 22:1, "God tempted Abraham." 129 1, 117 | elemental power, according to ~Gn. 1:20: "Let the waters bring 130 1, 117 | semen. For it is written (Gn. 46:26): "All the souls 131 1, 117 | world. For it is written (Gn. 2:2): "God rested Him from ~ 132 1, 117 | imperfect. This is contrary to Gn. 2:2, where it is said ~ 133 2, 9 | good things, ~according to Gn. 1:31: "God saw all the 134 2, 10 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 4:7): "Thy lust [Vulg. ' 135 2, 77 | incline him, according to Gn. ~4:7: "Thy appetite shall 136 2, 81 | human flesh. For a gloss on Gn. 4:1 says that ~"Adam's 137 2, 85 | according to the words of Gn. 8:21: "Man's ~senses are 138 2, 89 | appears from her saying ~(Gn. 3:3): "Lest perhaps we 139 2, 94 | to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22:2); and when he ~ordered 140 2, 98 | to Abraham, as related in Gn. ~12:7. Therefore the Law 141 2, 99 | our God is ~one Lord"; and Gn. 1:1: "In the beginning 142 2, 102 | sign. For it is written (Gn. 17:11): "You shall circumcise 143 2, 102 | animals, as is clear from Gn. 1:20, seqq. Now death is 144 2, 102 | wherefore it is written (Gn. 9:4,5): "Flesh with blood 145 2, 102 | sacrifice. For it is ~written (Gn. 22:2) that the Lord commanded 146 2, 102 | it is related further on (Gn. 22:14) that "he calleth 147 2, 102 | wherefore it is written (Gn. ~17:13): "My covenant shall 148 2, 102 | wherefore it is written (Gn. 9:3): "As the green herbs 149 2, 102 | the sinews is given in ~Gn. 32:32, where it is stated 150 2, 102 | deluge; for it is written (Gn. 9:3): "Even as the ~green 151 2, 103 | Law: for it is written (Gn. 4:3,4) that "Cain offered, 152 2, 103 | holocausts" to the Lord (Gn. 18:20), and Abraham did 153 2, 103 | Abraham did in like manner (Gn. ~22:13). Therefore the 154 2, 103 | preceded the Law. For ~we read (Gn. 13:18) that "Abraham . . . 155 2, 103 | altar to the ~Lord"; and (Gn. 28:18) that "Jacob . . . 156 2, 103 | the Law, as appears from Gn. 17. ~In like manner the 157 2, 103 | Law; for it is written (Gn. ~14:18) that "Melchisedech . . . 158 2, 103 | Law; for it is written (Gn. 7:2,3): "Of ~all clean 159 2, 103 | them, since it is written (Gn. ~9:3): "Everything that 160 2, 106 | created ~for the sake of man (Gn. 1:26-29). Therefore the 161 2, 110 | man. Hence it ~is written (Gn. 39:21) that the Lord gave 162 2, 112 | by the Lord to Abraham (Gn. 22:12): "Now I ~know that 163 2, 114 | appears from the Sodomites, Gn. 19. Hence temporal goods ~ 164 2, 2 | from the fact that he said (Gn. 2:24): "Wherefore a man 165 2, 2 | Our image and ~likeness" (Gn. 1:26). Therefore from the 166 2, 19 | and goodness, according to Gn. 4:13: "My iniquity is greater 167 2, 25 | more. Now it is written (Gn. 2:24) that "a man shell 168 2, 30 | under her husband's power (Gn. 3:16). But a ~wife can 169 2, 31 | private. Thus we ~read (Gn. 37:2) that "Joseph accused 170 2, 39 | Further, it is related (Gn. 26:21) that the servants 171 2, 39 | bore the ~calumny [*Cf. Gn. 26:20].~Aquin.: SMT SS 172 2, 56 | subject to man, according to Gn. 4:7, where it is written: ~" 173 2, 56 | matter. ~Because a gloss on Gn. 2:14, "The fourth river 174 2, 58 | to evil from his youth" (Gn. 8:21). Therefore doubts ~ 175 2, 62 | Himself: for it is written (Gn. 1:29,30): "Behold I have 176 2, 62 | the ~earth": and again (Gn. 9:3): "Everything that 177 2, 62 | by chance. For we read (Gn. 4:23,24) that Lamech slew 178 2, 62 | traditional commentary on Gn. 4:23], and that he was ~ 179 2, 64 | forth in ~man's creation (Gn. 1:26) by the words: "Let 180 2, 65 | deed itself, according to Gn. 4:10, "The voice ~of thy 181 2, 65 | accuser. Hence a ~gloss on Gn. 4:10, "The voice of thy 182 2, 68 | evidence. Augustine ~say (QQ. Gn. 1:26) [*Cf. Contra Faust. 183 2, 68 | Abraham ~said of his wife (Gn. 20:2), "She is my sister," 184 2, 74 | sense the Lord said to man (Gn. 3:17): "Cursed is the earth 185 2, 82 | God alone: since we read (Gn. 18:2) that Abraham adored 186 2, 82 | that where it is related (Gn. 18:2) that three men ~appeared 187 2, 82 | the Septuagint version of Gn. 2:8, and so we ~signify 188 2, 83 | some, e.g. ~Melchisedech (Gn. 14:18), offering bread 189 2, 85 | but of a vow. For we read (Gn. ~28:20,22) that Jacob " 190 2, 85 | Most High God, according to Gn. 14:20, and again Jacob 191 2, 85 | a vow to ~give tithes [*Gn. 28:20], although he appears 192 2, 85 | contrary, It is written (Gn. 28:22): "Of all things 193 2, 86 | your God"; and Jacob vowed (Gn. 28:21) that the Lord should ~ 194 2, 87 | the health of Pharaoh" (Gn. 42:16). ~Moreover it is 195 2, 93 | and of his chief ~baker (Gn. 40), and Daniel interpreted 196 2, 93 | auguries, for it is related (Gn. 44:5) that Joseph's steward ~ 197 2, 93 | afterwards ~said to his brethren (Gn. 44:15): "Know you not that 198 2, 93 | acted in like manner (Gn. 24). Therefore it seems 199 2, 95 | And we read of Abraham (Gn. 15:8) that he said ~to 200 2, 98 | cave for a burying-place (Gn. 23:8, sqq.), and Jacob ~ 201 2, 98 | right of the first-born (Gn. 25:31, sqq.). Again the ~ 202 2, 102 | to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22); and the Jews to ~steal 203 2, 106 | were entirely destroyed (Gn. 19) - or ~as regards part 204 2, 106 | his son Chanaan was curse (Gn. 9:25) and for the sin of 205 2, 106 | perished with their ~parents (Gn. 19). Again, for the sin 206 2, 108 | men ~that they lied. Thus (Gn. 12 and 20) we are told 207 2, 108 | he received a blessing (Gn. 27:27-29). Again, Judith 208 2, 108 | Wherefore Abraham himself said (Gn. 20:12): "She is truly my ~ 209 2, 109 | servants, when he said" ~(Gn. 22:5): "I and the boy will 210 2, 139 | man knowledge, ~saying (Gn. 3:5): "Ye shall be as Gods, 211 2, 148 | made ~drunk as related in Gn. 9. In another way drunkenness 212 2, 150 | Now just as the ~words of Gn. 2:16, "Of every tree" that 213 2, 150 | individual, so also the words of Gn. 1:28, "Increase and multiply, ~ 214 2, 152 | patriarchs. Thus we ~read (Gn. 16:4) that Abraham went 215 2, 152 | handmaid Agar; and further ~on (Gn. 30:5,9) that Jacob went 216 2, 152 | of ~his wives; and again (Gn. 38:18) that Juda was with 217 2, 152 | observed. Hence ~a gloss on Gn. 37:2, "He accused his brethren 218 2, 159 | Abraham said to the Lord (Gn. 18:27), "I will ~speak 219 2, 161 | promised him knowledge (Gn. 3:5). Therefore inordinateness ~ 220 2, 161 | parents. ~For it is written (Gn. 3:6): "The woman saw that 221 2, 161 | the serpent, who said (Gn. 3:5): "Your eyes shall 222 2, 161 | nature: for it is written (Gn. 1:26): "Let us ~make man 223 2, 161 | of ~whom it is written (Gn. 1:26) that God made man " 224 2, 161 | the man, as appears from Gn. 3. Therefore she ~sinned 225 2, 162 | long time after their sin (Gn. 5:5). Therefore, seemingly, 226 2, 162 | instanced by the words of Gn. 3:22: "See, ~lest perhaps 227 2, 162 | straits, in the words of Gn. 3:22, "Behold Adam is ~ 228 2, 162 | were opened, according to Gn. 3:7. But this outweighs 229 2, 162 | and this is indicated (Gn. 3:23) where it is stated 230 2, 162 | indicated ~in the words (Gn. 3:16), "I will multiply 231 2, 162 | indicated by the words (Gn. 3:16), "In sorrow shalt 232 2, 162 | is conveyed in the words (Gn. 3:16), ~"Thou shalt be 233 2, 162 | the earth, in the words (Gn. ~3:17), "Cursed is the 234 2, 162 | earth; hence the ~words (Gn. 3:17), "With labor and 235 2, 162 | wherefore it is written (Gn. 3:18), "Thorns and thistles ~ 236 2, 162 | spirit; hence it is written (Gn. 3:7): "The eyes ~of them 237 2, 162 | indicated by the words ~(Gn. 3:22), "Behold Adam is 238 2, 162 | when it was said to him (Gn. 3:19): "Dust ~thou art 239 2, 162 | him. Hence it is written (Gn. 2:23): "And they were both 240 2, 163 | is unfittingly described (Gn. 3:1) as "more subtle than 241 2, 169 | are "about the past, as (Gn. 1:1), 'In ~the beginning 242 2, 171 | as happened to Pharaoh (Gn. 41:1-7) and to Nabuchodonosor ~( 243 2, 172 | called to Abraham saying (Gn. 22:11): 'Lay not thy hand 244 2, 172 | seven years of plenty" (Gn. 41:22,26). In ~such like 245 2, 172 | Wherefore it was said to him (Gn. 26:24): "I am the God ~ 246 2, 172 | in like manner to Jacob (Gn. 28:13): "I am ~the God 247 2, 174 | idolatry, according to Gn. 11, so when the nations 248 2, 175 | to man, as appears from Gn. ~3:16. Now teaching and 249 2, 178 | Rachel, of whom it is said (Gn. 29:17) that she was "of 250 2, 178 | essence. For, as stated in Gn. ~32:30, Jacob said: "I 251 2, 178 | wherefore it is stated (Gn. ~32) that after Jacob had 252 2, 178 | that after Jacob had said (Gn. 32:30), "'I have seen God 253 2, 178 | he halted on his foot (Gn. 32:31) . . . because he 254 2, 178 | his thigh and it shrank" (Gn. 32:32). Therefore seemingly ~ 255 2, 183 | Abraham, to whom it was said (Gn. 17:1): "Walk ~before Me 256 2, 183 | stated to have been rich (Gn. 13:2).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 257 2, 184 | to whom the Lord said (Gn. 17:1): "Walk before Me, 258 2, 185 | was said to the first man (Gn. ~3:19): "In the sweat of 259 2, 187 | of sin, as appears from Gn. 9:25. ~Now a slave cannot 260 3, 1 | first ~man, as is plain from Gn. 2:23. "This now is bone 261 3, 4 | be kept, as is written (Gn. 17:11).~ 262 3, 5 | body, as is plain from ~Gn. 1. Therefore the second 263 3, 10 | the contrary, we read ~(Gn. 22:12): "Now I know that 264 3, 13 | creatures, as is plain from Gn. 1:1: "In the ~beginning 265 3, 28 | Contra Helvid.); ~just as (Gn. 4:1) it is said that "Adam 266 3, 30 | i.e. her husband's,' power (Gn. 3:16), who in her spotless 267 3, 30 | Wherefore it is written (Gn. 15:12) that "when the sun ~ 268 3, 31 | it was said to Abraham (Gn. 22:18): "In thy seed ~shall 269 3, 31 | the Lord saying unto him ~(Gn. 15:9): "Take thee [Vulg.: ' 270 3, 31 | a prophet, according to Gn. 20:7: "He is a prophet; 271 3, 31 | and bones, according to Gn. 2:23: "This now is bone 272 3, 35 | first ~parents, according to Gn. 2:17: "In what day soever 273 3, 35 | childbirth, according to Gn. 3:16: "In sorrow shalt 274 3, 35 | of the sexes. Wherefore (Gn. 3:16) after the words, " 275 3, 35 | Jacob might be fulfilled (Gn. 49:10): "The sceptre ~shall 276 3, 37 | posterity, ~as may be seen from Gn. 17. Now this covenant was 277 3, 37 | forget all my ~labors" (Gn. 41:51). Or, again, from 278 3, 37 | name; thus it is written (Gn. 25:25) that "he that came ~ 279 3, 37 | it was said to Abraham (Gn. 17:5): "Thou ~shalt be 280 3, 37 | Reply OBJ 3: As is related Gn. 17, Abraham received from 281 3, 38 | the nations," as we read Gn. 49:10. Indeed, Christ ~ 282 3, 39 | of thirty. Thus we read (Gn. 41:46) ~that "Joseph was 283 3, 41 | as it is written of Lot (Gn. 19:17): "Neither stay thou 284 3, 41 | forbidden ~fruit, saying (Gn. 3:1): "Why hath God commanded 285 3, 43 | like manner it is said (Gn. ~18:17): "Can I hide from 286 3, 43 | what I am about to do?" and Gn. 19:22: ~"I cannot do anything 287 3, 44 | heavenly bodies, according to Gn. 1:14: "Let there be lights 288 3, 49 | to man. ~Hence we read in Gn. 3:24 that after our first 289 3, 50 | account of sin, ~according to Gn. 2:17: "In what day soever 290 3, 51 | dust thou shalt return" (Gn. 3:19). But ~Christ endured 291 3, 52 | glory, as is evident from Gn. 2 and 3: because God ~cast 292 3, 60 | a ~vow, as appears from Gn. 28, where Jacob vowed that 293 3, 61 | before sin, as may be seen in Gn. 2. Therefore ~sacraments 294 3, 61 | offered bread and wine" (Gn. 14:18), just as bread and 295 3, 68 | forth first, as we read in Gn. 38:27: "In the very delivery 296 3, 70 | On the contrary, We read (Gn. 17) that circumcision was 297 3, 70 | the earth be blessed" ~(Gn. 22:18). Moreover, he was 298 3, 70 | Lord, ~Who said to him (Gn. 13:1): "Go forth out of 299 3, 70 | the Lord ~said of Abraham (Gn. 18:19): "I know that he 300 3, 74 | that of Melchisedech, who (Gn. ~14:18) is related to have 301 3, 78 | the imperative mood, as in Gn. 1:3: "Let ~there be light, 302 3, 83 | good odor, according to Gn. 27:27: "Behold, the odor ~ 303 3, 84 | reprehensible, when he said (Gn. 4:13): "My iniquity is 304 3, 86 | evident from his saying ~(Gn. 27:41): "The days will 305 3, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, on Gn. 1:5: "There was evening 306 Suppl, 15| weakened"; hence ~we read (Gn. 32:25) that the sinew of 307 Suppl, 22| the ~just with the wicked (Gn. 18:25). Therefore the Church, 308 Suppl, 40| perseverance, for Joseph is said (Gn. 37:23) to have had a ~long 309 Suppl, 42| words which God uttered (Gn. 1:22), "Increase and ~multiply," 310 Suppl, 42| marriage it was declared (Gn. ~2:24): "They shall be 311 Suppl, 44| the effect of matrimony (Gn. 2:24): "They shall ~be 312 Suppl, 47| his wife was ~his sister (Gn. 12:12; 26:7).~Aquin.: SMT 313 Suppl, 47| Further, Isaac charged Jacob (Gn. 28:1) not to take a wife 314 Suppl, 52| that it was said of man (Gn. 1:26) that he should "have 315 Suppl, 54| Further, Laban said to Jacob (Gn. 29:14): "Thou art my bone 316 Suppl, 54| since of her did he say (Gn. 2:23): "This now is bone 317 Suppl, 54| proof of which it was said (Gn. 2:24): "Wherefore a man 318 Suppl, 58| other animals according to Gn. 3, since ~the devil tempted 319 Suppl, 63| contracted a second marriage ~(Gn. 25:1).~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 320 Suppl, 64| to ~marriage according to Gn. 2:18, "Let us make him 321 Suppl, 65| have one wife, according to Gn. 2:24, "They shall be ~two 322 Suppl, 65| from telling a lie, saying (Gn. 38:23): "Surely she ~cannot 323 Suppl, 65| her son was not his heir (Gn. 21:14). Therefore she was 324 Suppl, 65| of a most wicked crime (Gn. ~37:2), and consented kill 325 Suppl, 68| contrary, It is stated (Gn. 25:5,6) that "Abraham gave 326 Suppl, 69| as Bede [*Hexaem. ~i, ad Gn. 1:2] says. Since then angels 327 Suppl, 69| Jacob said to his sons (Gn. 44:38): "You will bring 328 Suppl, 72| than the mountain summits (Gn. ~7:20). Therefore the higher 329 Suppl, 72| transgression, as appears from Gn. 2, even as spiritual death, 330 Suppl, 75| the body, as appears from Gn. ~3:19, "Earth thou art 331 Suppl, 78| woman from the man's rib (Gn. 2:22). Therefore ~He will 332 Suppl, 85| is stated to have rested (Gn. ~2:2). His other operation 333 Suppl, 88| Further, it is stated (Gn. 2:2) that "God . . . rested 334 Suppl, 88| cease. For it is written (Gn. 8:22): "All the ~days of 335 Suppl, 88| for days and for years" (Gn. 1:14). But they cannot ~ 336 Suppl, 88| false from the ~statement of Gn. 1:16 that the moon was 337 Suppl, 88| the same sense we read (Gn. 3:17,18): "Cursed is the 338 Suppl, 88| animals ~and plants [*Cf. Gn. 1:11,12,20,21,24,25]. Therefore 339 Suppl, 88| wherefore it is written (Gn. 9:3): "Even as the green 340 Suppl, 92| Sichem to Jacob and his sons (Gn. 34:12): "Raise the dowry, 341 Suppl, 93| multiply and fill the earth" (Gn. 1:28): nor again during ~ 342 Suppl, 95| who induced man to sin (Gn. 3:14,15). Therefore the ~ 343 Suppl, 96| eternally. For it is written (Gn. 6:3): "My spirit shall 344 Appen1, 2| at the angel's touch [*Gn. 32:25]. Moreover, Dionysius


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