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1 1, 9 | s immutability, and His eternity following on His ~immutability. 2 1, 10 | 10] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE ETERNITY OF GOD (SIX ARTICLES)~We 3 1, 10 | We must now consider the eternity of God, concerning which 4 1, 10 | of inquiry:~(1) What is eternity?~(2) Whether God is eternal?~( 5 1, 10 | to God alone?~(4) Whether eternity differs from time?~(5) The 6 1, 10 | there is one time, and one ~eternity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 7 1, 10 | is a good definition of eternity, "The simultaneously-whole ~ 8 1, 10 | seems that the definition of eternity given by Boethius (De ~Consol. 9 1, 10 | v) is not a good one: "Eternity is the simultaneously-whole 10 1, 10 | this ~does not belong to eternity. Therefore in the definition 11 1, 10 | Therefore in the definition of eternity the ~word "interminable" 12 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, eternity signifies a certain kind 13 1, 10 | come into the definition of eternity; but rather the word ~"existence."~ 14 1, 10 | parts. But this is alien to eternity ~which is simple. Therefore 15 1, 10 | exist all at ~once. But in eternity, days and times are in the 16 1, 10 | beginning, from the days of eternity" (Micah ~5:2); and also 17 1, 10 | the mystery ~hidden from eternity" (Rm. 16:25). Therefore 18 1, 10 | Rm. 16:25). Therefore eternity is not ~omni-simultaneous.~ 19 1, 10 | imply "possession." But eternity is a ~kind of duration. 20 1, 10 | kind of duration. Therefore eternity is not possession.~Aquin.: 21 1, 10 | reach to the knowledge of eternity by means ~of time, which 22 1, 10 | movement, consists the idea of eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 23 1, 10 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Thus eternity is known from two sources: 24 1, 10 | way); secondly, because eternity has no succession, being ~ 25 1, 10 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Eternity is called whole, not because 26 1, 10 | metaphorically by corporeal names, so eternity though simultaneously ~whole, 27 1, 10 | immutability and permanence of eternity, we ~use the word "possession."~ 28 1, 10 | that stands still makes eternity;" and ~Augustine says (Octog. 29 1, 10 | that God is the author of ~eternity." Therefore God is not eternal. ~ 30 1, 10 | Further, what is before eternity, and after eternity, is 31 1, 10 | before eternity, and after eternity, is not ~measured by eternity. 32 1, 10 | eternity, is not ~measured by eternity. But, as Aristotle says ( 33 1, 10 | Causis), "God is before ~eternity and He is after eternity": 34 1, 10 | eternity and He is after eternity": for it is written that " 35 1, 10 | the Lord ~shall reign for eternity, and beyond [*Douay: 'for 36 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, eternity is a kind of measure. But 37 1, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, in eternity, there is no present, past 38 1, 10 | answer that, The idea of eternity follows immutability, as 39 1, 10 | only; but He is His own eternity; whereas, no other ~being 40 1, 10 | essence, so He is His own ~eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 41 1, 10 | stands still, is said to make eternity ~according to our apprehension. 42 1, 10 | so the ~apprehension of eternity is caused in us by our apprehending 43 1, 10 | that "God is the author of eternity," ~this is to be understood 44 1, 10 | understood of participated eternity. For God communicates ~His 45 1, 10 | For God communicates ~His eternity to some in the same way 46 1, 10 | God is said to be before eternity, according as it is shared 47 1, 10 | intelligence is equal to eternity." In the words of Exodus, " 48 1, 10 | The Lord ~shall reign for eternity, and beyond," eternity stands 49 1, 10 | for eternity, and beyond," eternity stands for age, as ~another 50 1, 10 | Lord will reign beyond ~eternity, inasmuch as He endures 51 1, 10 | Coelo i. Or to reign beyond eternity can be taken to ~mean that 52 1, 10 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Eternity is nothing else but God 53 1, 10 | applied to God, because ~His eternity includes all times; not 54 1, 10 | eternities [*Douay: 'for all eternity']" (Dan. ~12:3). Now if 55 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Eternity truly and properly so called 56 1, 10 | is in God alone, ~because eternity follows on immutability; 57 1, 10 | Him, they ~share in His eternity. Thus some receive immutability 58 1, 10 | others in the nature of eternity, inasmuch as they ~possess 59 1, 10 | accordingly as many ~share in eternity, by the contemplation of 60 1, 10 | 19). ~Hence in hell true eternity does not exist, but rather 61 1, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether eternity differs from time?~Aquin.: 62 1, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that eternity does not differ from time. 63 1, 10 | hour as part of a day. But eternity and time occur together, 64 1, 10 | duration. Since therefore eternity is ~not a part of time, 65 1, 10 | part of time, forasmuch as eternity exceeds time, and includes 66 1, 10 | seems that time is a part of eternity, and is not a different 67 1, 10 | a different thing ~from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 68 1, 10 | time. But the nature of eternity ~seems to be that it is 69 1, 10 | space of ~time. Therefore eternity is the "now" of time. But 70 1, 10 | different from time. Therefore eternity is not ~substantially different 71 1, 10 | that of every being. But eternity is the measure of ~the first 72 1, 10 | divine being. Therefore eternity is the ~measure of every 73 1, 10 | Time therefore is either eternity or is a part of eternity.~ 74 1, 10 | eternity or is a part of eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 75 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Eternity is simultaneously whole. 76 1, 10 | after." Therefore time and eternity are not the same ~thing.~ 77 1, 10 | is manifest that time and eternity are not the same. ~Some 78 1, 10 | difference on the fact that eternity has neither ~beginning nor 79 1, 10 | remain a difference between eternity and time, as ~Boethius says ( 80 1, 10 | arising from the fact that eternity is ~simultaneously whole; 81 1, 10 | be applied to time: for eternity is ~the measure of a permanent 82 1, 10 | which ~cannot be applied to eternity. Still these differences 83 1, 10 | primary differences, that eternity is simultaneously whole, ~ 84 1, 10 | a valid one if time and eternity ~were the same kind of measure; 85 1, 10 | respective measures are time and ~eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 86 1, 10 | alternating in aspect is time. But eternity ~remains the same according 87 1, 10 | subject and aspect; and hence eternity ~is not the same as the " 88 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As eternity is the proper measure of 89 1, 10 | change, it recedes ~from eternity, and is subject to time. 90 1, 10 | changeable, is not measured by eternity, but ~by time; for time 91 1, 10 | but it is essential to eternity to be simultaneously whole, 92 1, 10 | Now aeviternity is not eternity; for it is ~written (Ecclus. 93 1, 10 | differs from time, and from eternity, as the ~mean between them 94 1, 10 | consist ~in the fact that eternity has neither beginning nor 95 1, 10 | still be distinguished from eternity, and from time.~Aquin.: 96 1, 10 | consist in the fact ~that eternity has no "before" and "after"; 97 1, 10 | We say ~then that since eternity is the measure of a permanent 98 1, 10 | of being, it recedes from eternity. ~Now some things recede 99 1, 10 | which is a mean between eternity and time. But the being 100 1, 10 | being that ~is measured by eternity is not changeable, nor is 101 1, 10 | be annexed to it; while ~eternity has neither "before" nor " 102 1, 10 | glory, they have a share of eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 103 1, 10 | simultaneously whole; yet it is not ~eternity, because "before" and "after" 104 1, 10 | time, and is ~nearer to eternity. But time is one only. Therefore 105 1, 10 | assert that the unity of eternity as the ~principle of all 106 1, 13 | applied to Him because His eternity includes all time. ~For 107 1, 13 | understand and express simple eternity only by ~way of temporal 108 1, 13 | of God to creatures from eternity; for from eternity He knew 109 1, 13 | from eternity; for from eternity He knew and loved ~the creature, 110 1, 13 | are applied to God from ~eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 111 1, 13 | are predicated of God from eternity, and not temporally.~Aquin.: 112 1, 13 | temporally, and not from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 113 1, 13 | are applied to God from eternity; whereas those ~following 114 1, 14 | His being, is measured by eternity; and since eternity is without ~ 115 1, 14 | measured by eternity; and since eternity is without ~succession, 116 1, 14 | knowledge is measured by eternity, as is also His being; and 117 1, 14 | as is also His being; and eternity ~being simultaneously whole 118 1, 14 | are present to God from eternity, ~not only because He has 119 1, 14 | His glance is carried from eternity over all things as ~they 120 1, 14 | but by God (are known) in eternity, which is above time. Whence ~ 121 1, 14 | whose understanding ~is in eternity above time. Just as he who 122 1, 14 | is known by God in His eternity. Therefore ~from the fact 123 1, 14 | it is known by God from eternity. Therefore it cannot be 124 1, 15 | since creatures are not from eternity, ~the plurality of ideas 125 1, 15 | of ideas cannot be from eternity, if ideas are multiplied ~ 126 1, 16 | or by many?~(7) On the eternity of truth.~(8) On the unchangeableness 127 1, 16 | eternal, in it alone truth has eternity. Nor does it ~follow from 128 1, 16 | and three ~make five, have eternity in the mind of God.~Aquin.: 129 1, 19 | God wills, He wills from ~eternity, for otherwise His will 130 1, 19 | fact that God wills from eternity whatever He ~wills, it does 131 1, 19 | not take place, since from eternity it was ~otherwise disposed 132 1, 20 | apart from God ~are not from eternity; except in God. Therefore 133 1, 20 | creatures have not existed from eternity, except ~in God, yet because 134 1, 20 | they have been in Him from eternity, God has known ~them eternally 135 1, 23 | enters into the definition of eternity. ~But grace, which is something 136 1, 23 | done. Thus, God from all eternity ~prepared by predestination, 137 1, 23 | predestination ~from all eternity is also of things which 138 1, 28 | and ~they are in God from eternity. Therefore several more 139 1, 33 | Father of the Son from eternity; while He is the Father 140 1, 34 | Word is said of God from eternity. ~Therefore it does not 141 1, 38 | names are said of God from ~eternity; as "Father," and "Son." 142 1, 38 | person is called Gift from ~eternity, although He is given in 143 1, 39 | Hilary says (De Trin. ~ii): "Eternity is in the Father, the species 144 1, 39 | terms. ~For he appropriates "eternity" to the Father, "species" 145 1, 39 | apparently without reason. For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; " 146 1, 39 | applies, ~according to which "eternity" is appropriated to the 147 1, 39 | to the Holy Ghost. For "eternity" as meaning a "being" ~without 148 1, 39 | Thus it is clear ~how "eternity," "species," and "use" are 149 1, 42 | from Whom He ~proceeds in eternity?~(3) Whether there is any 150 1, 42 | them either precedes in ~eternity, or excels in greatness, 151 1, 42 | nature was perfect ~from eternity; and again that the action 152 1, 42 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Eternity excludes the principle of 153 1, 42 | namely, time. But in ~eternity the indivisible "now" stands 154 1, 42 | time, or in time, but in eternity. And so to express the ~ 155 1, 42 | presentiality and permanence of eternity, we can say that "He is 156 1, 42 | denote the permanence of eternity, and "born" ~the perfection 157 1, 42 | within. But ~the Son from eternity came out from the Father, 158 1, 42 | beginning, from the days of eternity." ~Therefore the Son is 159 1, 42 | sense, as giving Him from eternity knowledge and will to act, ~ 160 1, 46 | beginning, but existed from eternity. For everything which begins ~ 161 1, 46 | movement. Now, granted ~the eternity of movement, it is necessary 162 1, 46 | of time, presupposes the eternity of time and movement. Hence ~ 163 1, 46 | those ~who asserted the eternity of time, but denied the 164 1, 46 | of time, but denied the eternity of movement.~Aquin.: SMT 165 1, 46 | priority not of time, but of eternity. Or we may ~say that it 166 1, 46 | say that it signifies the eternity of imaginary time, and not 167 1, 46 | Therefore, although God was from eternity the sufficient cause of 168 1, 46 | philosophers who asserted the eternity of the world was twofold. 169 1, 46 | always in the dust from eternity, there would always be a ~ 170 1, 46 | OBJ 4: Those who hold the eternity of the world hold that some ~ 171 1, 46 | not be ~equal to God in eternity, as Boethius says (De Consol. 172 1, 46 | OBJ 8: Those who hold the eternity of the world evade this 173 1, 46 | creature can exist from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 174 1, 56 | things as ~pre-existed from eternity in the Word of God, came 175 1, 56 | in the Word of God from ~eternity there existed not only the 176 1, 57 | intelligence keeps pace with eternity," that is, aeviternity. ~ 177 1, 57 | God sees all things in His eternity, which, being ~simple, is 178 1, 57 | fall far short of ~God's eternity; hence the future as it 179 1, 58 | angels ~were created, in the eternity of the Word, they enjoy 180 1, 61 | Whether he has existed from eternity?~(3) Whether he was created 181 1, 61 | was produced by God from eternity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 182 1, 61 | was produced by God from eternity. ~For God is the cause of 183 1, 61 | produced the angels from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 184 1, 61 | and Holy Ghost, is from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this 185 1, 61 | possess this nature from eternity; it was bestowed upon them 186 1, 61 | the angels existed from eternity. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] 187 1, 61 | the Divine nature is from eternity; while ~corporeal nature 188 1, 61 | time was made, and after eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 189 1, 64 | who enjoy a participated eternity ~of the Word; but it was 190 1, 73 | And even though from all ~eternity He rested in Himself, yet 191 1, 38 | names are said of God from ~eternity; as "Father," and "Son." 192 1, 38 | person is called Gift from ~eternity, although He is given in 193 1, 39 | Hilary says (De Trin. ~ii): "Eternity is in the Father, the species 194 1, 39 | terms. ~For he appropriates "eternity" to the Father, "species" 195 1, 39 | apparently without reason. For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; " 196 1, 39 | applies, ~according to which "eternity" is appropriated to the 197 1, 39 | to the Holy Ghost. For "eternity" as meaning a "being" ~without 198 1, 39 | Thus it is clear ~how "eternity," "species," and "use" are 199 1, 42 | from Whom He ~proceeds in eternity?~(3) Whether there is any 200 1, 42 | them either precedes in ~eternity, or excels in greatness, 201 1, 42 | nature was perfect ~from eternity; and again that the action 202 1, 42 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Eternity excludes the principle of 203 1, 42 | namely, time. But in ~eternity the indivisible "now" stands 204 1, 42 | time, or in time, but in eternity. And so to express the ~ 205 1, 42 | presentiality and permanence of eternity, we can say that "He is 206 1, 42 | denote the permanence of eternity, and "born" ~the perfection 207 1, 42 | within. But ~the Son from eternity came out from the Father, 208 1, 42 | beginning, from the days of eternity." ~Therefore the Son is 209 1, 42 | sense, as giving Him from eternity knowledge and will to act, ~ 210 1, 47 | beginning, but existed from eternity. For everything which begins ~ 211 1, 47 | movement. Now, granted ~the eternity of movement, it is necessary 212 1, 47 | of time, presupposes the eternity of time and movement. Hence ~ 213 1, 47 | those ~who asserted the eternity of time, but denied the 214 1, 47 | of time, but denied the eternity of movement.~Aquin.: SMT 215 1, 47 | priority not of time, but of eternity. Or we may ~say that it 216 1, 47 | say that it signifies the eternity of imaginary time, and not 217 1, 47 | Therefore, although God was from eternity the sufficient cause of 218 1, 47 | philosophers who asserted the eternity of the world was twofold. 219 1, 47 | always in the dust from eternity, there would always be a ~ 220 1, 47 | OBJ 4: Those who hold the eternity of the world hold that some ~ 221 1, 47 | not be ~equal to God in eternity, as Boethius says (De Consol. 222 1, 47 | OBJ 8: Those who hold the eternity of the world evade this 223 1, 47 | creature can exist from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 224 1, 57 | things as ~pre-existed from eternity in the Word of God, came 225 1, 57 | in the Word of God from eternity there existed not only the 226 1, 58 | intelligence keeps pace with eternity," that is, aeviternity. ~ 227 1, 58 | God sees all things in His eternity, which, being ~simple, is 228 1, 58 | fall far short of ~God's eternity; hence the future as it 229 1, 59 | angels ~were created, in the eternity of the Word, they enjoy 230 1, 62 | Whether he has existed from eternity?~(3) Whether he was created 231 1, 62 | was produced by God from eternity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 232 1, 62 | was produced by God from eternity. ~For God is the cause of 233 1, 62 | produced the angels from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 234 1, 62 | and Holy Ghost, is from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this 235 1, 62 | possess this nature from eternity; it was bestowed upon them 236 1, 62 | the angels existed from eternity. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] 237 1, 62 | the Divine nature is from eternity; while ~corporeal nature 238 1, 62 | time was made, and after eternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 239 1, 65 | who enjoy a participated eternity ~of the Word; but it was 240 1, 72 | And even though from all ~eternity He rested in Himself, yet 241 1, 78 | compared to reason, as eternity to time. But it does not 242 1, 78 | the ~same power to be in eternity and to be in time. Therefore 243 1, 78 | from what we have said. For eternity is ~compared to time as 244 1, 78 | compared the ~intellect to eternity, and reason to time.~Aquin.: 245 1, 85 | future, ~forasmuch as from eternity His glance embraces the 246 1, 92 | man is to be referred to eternity. Damascene also says (De 247 1, 93 | the love of God, that for eternity they can never sin. Therefore, 248 1, 105 | which ~hath been hidden from eternity in God." Therefore one angel 249 1, 115 | that which is, as time to eternity, as the circle to its centre; 250 1, 116 | which hath been hidden ~from eternity in God. Hidden, yet so that 251 2, 2 | because by this men attain to eternity after a fashion. ~Hence 252 2, 2 | to beget unto yourselves ~eternity, when you think of your 253 2, 4 | aid to happiness than the eternity, truth, and ~charity of 254 2, 5 | to the participation of eternity which transcends all change.~ 255 2, 16 | says (De Trin. ii) that "Eternity is in the ~Father, Likeness 256 2, 35 | merits the consolation of eternity. In like manner a man merits 257 2, 67 | kind of participation of eternity, wherein there is ~neither 258 2, 87 | own way, represents the eternity of punishment inflicted 259 2, 87 | against God in his own eternity should be punished in God' 260 2, 87 | should be punished in God's eternity. A ~man is said to have 261 2, 87 | to have sinned in his own eternity, not only as regards ~continual 262 2, 87 | about venial sin. Because ~eternity of punishment does not correspond 263 2, 91 | there was not someone from eternity on whom a law ~could be 264 2, 91 | since God alone was from eternity. Therefore no law is ~eternal.~ 265 2, 91 | promulgation could ~not be from eternity: because there was no one 266 2, 91 | could be ~promulgated from eternity. Therefore no law can be 267 2, 91 | promulgation ~cannot be from eternity on the part of the creature 268 2, 106 | his soul, which is for all eternity, ~more than to save his 269 2, 1 | perfect knowledge from all eternity; while man is likened to 270 2, 1 | believed in the omnipotence and eternity of the Father, but did ~ 271 2, 17 | partakers, as it were, of God's ~eternity which surpasses all time: 272 2, 56 | 3: God's justice is from eternity in respect of the eternal ~ 273 2, 81 | what Almighty God ~from eternity has disposed to give," as 274 2, 93 | to God, Who alone in His ~eternity sees the future as though 275 2, 122 | attained the ripe age of ~eternity through the glory of martyrdom." 276 2, 145 | devoutly raised to the glory of eternity, ~which Christ restored 277 2, 170 | Divine intellect, to Whose eternity all things are present, 278 2, 171 | they call the "mirror of eternity") [*Cf. De ~Veritate, xii, 279 2, 171 | is called the "mirror of eternity," as representing ~God's 280 2, 171 | foreknowledge, for God in His eternity sees all things as present ~ 281 2, 187 | shall be as stars for all ~eternity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 282 3, 1 | incarnate. Since God from all eternity is the very essence of goodness, ~ 283 3, 1 | as He had been from all eternity. But from all ~eternity 284 3, 1 | eternity. But from all ~eternity He had been without flesh. 285 3, 1 | which He had been from ~eternity, but through His having 286 3, 1 | by majesty, mortality ~by eternity, in order that one and the 287 3, 2 | Who had perfect being from eternity. Therefore it came to Him ~ 288 3, 2 | the Word of God from all eternity had complete ~being in hypostasis 289 3, 2 | this ~union was not from eternity, but began in time. Therefore 290 3, 3 | simply, since He was from eternity, but only to be man. It 291 3, 3 | as It is one with It from eternity; and afterwards the ~human 292 3, 4 | in the ~Son of God from eternity. Neither can we say that 293 3, 4 | it had been with Him from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 294 3, 7 | God the Father from ~all eternity gave the Son, viz. the Divine 295 3, 13 | had omnipotence from all eternity, it would seem ~that the 296 3, 13 | the Son of God had from eternity; the result of which union ~ 297 3, 16 | predicated of God from ~eternity.~~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 298 3, 16 | Divine Nature, i.e. from eternity. Afterwards ~in time it 299 3, 16 | Virgin, and that He was from eternity; but they did not say ~that 300 3, 16 | or that the Man was from eternity. ~Catholics on the other 301 3, 16 | God ~to be man, not from eternity, but from the time of His 302 3, 16 | nature, Which is God from eternity, and hence it does not befit ~ 303 3, 16 | necessarily ~meant, with Whose eternity a beginning in time is incompatible. 304 3, 23 | likeness of what has been from eternity. Now man is likened to ~ 305 3, 24 | Divine ~preordination from eternity of those things which are 306 3, 24 | said that God has not from eternity pre-ordained to do this 307 3, 24 | was the Son of God from eternity, it was not always true 308 3, 24 | that is predestinated from eternity which is to take ~place 309 3, 24 | by predestinating from ~eternity, so decreed our salvation, 310 3, 35 | But Christ was from all ~eternity. Therefore He could not 311 3, 35 | of God was perfect from eternity. Therefore He needs ~not 312 3, 35 | received of the Father from eternity, the other which He received 313 3, 35 | born of the Father from all eternity; one ~by which He was born 314 3, 35 | of God to have been from eternity: lest ~it be thought that 315 3, 35 | that He who is from all eternity, and co-eternal ~with the 316 3, 35 | twice who is born once from ~eternity and once in time: because 317 3, 35 | and once in time: because eternity and time differ much more ~ 318 3, 35 | nativity, of the Father from eternity, and of His Mother in time: 319 3, 53 | the third will be in the ~eternity of glory, which Christ inaugurated 320 3, 58 | through His origin from ~eternity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 321 3, 59 | Hilary ~says (De Trin. ii): "Eternity is in the Father." Consequently, 322 3, 59 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi), eternity is attributed to ~the Father, 323 3, 59 | implied in the idea of ~eternity. And in the same place Augustine 324 3, 60 | which ~hath been hidden from eternity in God." But that which 325 Suppl, 4 | during the whole of ~man's eternity, i.e. during the whole of 326 Suppl, 72| naught, but will be kept for eternity, that they may ~bear an 327 Suppl, 83| more severe ~punishment for eternity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 328 Suppl, 87| Ancient by reason of His eternity, according ~to Dionysius ( 329 Suppl, 87| the ~Son, not only from eternity in respect of the Divine 330 Suppl, 89| shine "as stars ~for all eternity." The statement that the 331 Suppl, 94| continues in that place for all eternity by the ~ordering of Divine 332 Suppl, 96| because man sinned in his own eternity [*Cf. FS, Q[87], ~A[3], 333 Suppl, 96| Scriptural expression for eternity. Secondly, because ~this


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