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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | they will pass from snowy waters" (Job 24:19). ~Hence in 2 1, 18 | for we speak of "living waters." ~Much more, therefore, 3 1, 18 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Waters are called living that have 4 1, 18 | continuous current: ~for standing waters, that are not connected 5 1, 47 | darkness," and "divided waters from waters." Therefore 6 1, 47 | and "divided waters from waters." Therefore the ~distinction 7 1, 65 | from the ~darkness, and the waters that are above the firmament 8 1, 65 | above the firmament from the waters ~that are under the firmament"; 9 1, 66 | invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~covered and concealed it 10 1, 66 | said to "move over the ~waters," not, indeed, in bodily 11 1, 66 | is said to be under ~the waters that rendered it invisible, 12 1, 66 | described as being above the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~ 13 1, 68 | day?~(2) Whether there are waters above the firmament?~(3) 14 1, 68 | Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~(4) Whether 15 1, 68 | firmament divides waters from waters?~(4) Whether there is more 16 1, 68 | precedes the earth and the waters, these are mentioned before ~ 17 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are waters above the firmament?~Aquin.: 18 1, 68 | seem that there are not waters above the firmament. For ~ 19 1, 68 | Therefore there are not waters above the firmament. ~Aquin.: 20 1, 68 | Therefore there are ~not waters above the firmament.~Aquin.: 21 1, 68 | 1:7): "(God) divided the waters that ~were under the firmament, 22 1, 68 | Hence, whatever these waters are, and whatever their 23 1, 68 | to the nature of ~these waters, all are not agreed. Origen 24 1, 68 | Hom. i in Gen.) that the ~waters that are above the firmament 25 1, 68 | written (Ps. 148:4): "Let the waters that are above the heavens ~ 26 1, 68 | Lord," and (Dn. 3:60): "Ye waters that are above the heavens, 27 1, 68 | words do not mean that these waters are rational creatures, ~ 28 1, 68 | We must hold, then, these waters to be material, but their 29 1, 68 | may be ~believed that the waters above the heaven are of 30 1, 68 | nature as the ~elemental waters. But if by the firmament 31 1, 68 | four elements then ~the waters above the firmament will 32 1, 68 | nature as the ~elemental waters, but just as, according 33 1, 68 | still ~be said to divide the waters, if we understand by water 34 1, 68 | bodies can be said to divide ~waters from waters.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 68 | said to divide ~waters from waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 36 1, 68 | are collected, then the waters above the firmament must ~ 37 1, 68 | vapors resolved from the waters which are raised above a ~ 38 1, 68 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~resolved into vapor may 39 1, 68 | on ~the firmament and the waters the solution appears from 40 1, 68 | that is to say, that the ~waters surrounding the earth are 41 1, 68 | above. ~Secondly, that the waters above the firmament are 42 1, 68 | third opinion given, the waters above the ~firmament have 43 1, 68 | the ~first opinion these waters are set there to temper 44 1, 68 | owing to its nearness to the waters that are ~above the firmament.~ 45 1, 68 | Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 68 | firmament divides waters from waters?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 47 1, 68 | firmament does not divide waters from ~waters. For bodies 48 1, 68 | not divide waters from ~waters. For bodies that are of 49 1, 68 | should it be said that the waters above the firmament ~differ 50 1, 68 | distinguish them. If then, these waters differ in species, it is 51 1, 68 | that what distinguishes waters from ~waters must be something 52 1, 68 | distinguishes waters from ~waters must be something which 53 1, 68 | it is evident that the ~waters below do not reach up to 54 1, 68 | firmament ~does not divide the waters from the waters.~Aquin.: 55 1, 68 | divide the waters from the waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 56 1, 68 | firmament made ~amidst the waters; and let it divide the waters 57 1, 68 | waters; and let it divide the waters from the waters."~Aquin.: 58 1, 68 | divide the waters from the waters."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 59 1, 68 | might be said to divide the waters without from those ~within - 60 1, 68 | say that it divides the waters ~from the waters, according 61 1, 68 | divides the waters ~from the waters, according as we take water 62 1, 68 | designated under the name of ~waters. For the starry heaven divides 63 1, 68 | the starry heaven, the ~waters above are not of the same 64 1, 68 | region of the air, both these waters ~are of the same species, 65 1, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the waters are held to differ in species, 66 1, 68 | cannot be said to divide the waters, as the cause of their destruction, ~ 67 1, 68 | thus it is evident that waters are found on each side of 68 1, 68 | all the space between the waters and the moon's orb, ~calling 69 1, 69 | gathering together of the waters;~(2) About the production 70 1, 69 | gathering together of the waters should ~take place, as recorded, 71 1, 69 | gathering together ~of the waters should take place on the 72 1, 69 | completely covered by the ~waters, wherefore it was described 73 1, 69 | on the earth to which the waters could be ~gathered together.~ 74 1, 69 | one place. But not all the waters are in continuous contact, 75 1, 69 | local movement. But ~the waters flow naturally, and take 76 1, 69 | Therefore the words, "Let the waters be gathered together, and 77 1, 69 | word signifies the mass of waters without order. Thirdly, ~ 78 1, 69 | because it was covered by the waters. Thus, ~then, the formation 79 1, 69 | by the withdrawal ~of the waters, and there resulted the 80 1, 69 | by the gathering of the waters, and ~the appearing of the 81 1, 69 | was first covered by the waters, and that these were afterwards ~ 82 1, 69 | first supposes that the ~waters are heaped up to a greater 83 1, 69 | afterwards condensed when the waters were gathered ~together. 84 1, 69 | receive the confluence of waters. Of the above the first 85 1, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the waters have the sea as their goal, 86 1, 69 | sense would be, "Let the waters be gathered together in 87 1, 69 | from the dry land. That the waters occupied more ~places than 88 1, 69 | gathering together of the waters He called Seas."~Aquin.: 89 1, 69 | it was necessary for the waters to be withdrawn from a ~ 90 1, 69 | the part from which ~the waters had withdrawn, "He called, 91 1, 69 | that which is covered with ~waters or not. So by the expression " 92 1, 69 | being covered by the ~waters; on the other hand, it was " 93 1, 69 | third day: first, when "the waters were gathered ~together 94 1, 70 | on the second ~day the waters were separated; and on the 95 1, 71 | fittingly described. For the ~waters produce that which the power 96 1, 71 | Therefore the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping 97 1, 71 | Further, fishes move in the waters, and birds in the air. If, ~ 98 1, 71 | fishes are produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~ 99 1, 71 | the air, and not from the waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 100 1, 71 | fishes creep through the waters, for some, as ~seals, have 101 1, 71 | described by the words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping 102 1, 71 | fifth day he mentions the waters and the ~firmament of heaven 103 1, 71 | that the nature ~of the waters produced them on that day 104 1, 71 | theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping 105 1, 74 | firmament, the gathering of the waters, and the appearing of dry 106 1, 74 | was still covered by the ~waters, nor had the heavenly bodies 107 1, 74 | Spirit of God ~moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~Aquin.: 108 1, 74 | is said, "moved over the ~waters" - that is to say, over 109 1, 74 | Spirit that moved over the waters. ~But in the formation, 110 1, 74 | work of ~distinguishing the waters was only begun on that day, 111 1, 48 | darkness," and "divided waters from waters." Therefore 112 1, 48 | and "divided waters from waters." Therefore the ~distinction 113 1, 66 | from the ~darkness, and the waters that are above the firmament 114 1, 66 | above the firmament from the waters ~that are under the firmament"; 115 1, 67 | invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~covered and concealed it 116 1, 67 | said to "move over the ~waters," not, indeed, in bodily 117 1, 67 | is said to be under ~the waters that rendered it invisible, 118 1, 67 | described as being above the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~ 119 1, 69 | day?~(2) Whether there are waters above the firmament?~(3) 120 1, 69 | Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~(4) Whether 121 1, 69 | firmament divides waters from waters?~(4) Whether there is more 122 1, 69 | precedes the earth and the waters, these are mentioned before ~ 123 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are waters above the firmament?~Aquin.: 124 1, 69 | seem that there are not waters above the firmament. For ~ 125 1, 69 | Therefore there are not waters above the firmament. ~Aquin.: 126 1, 69 | Therefore there are ~not waters above the firmament.~Aquin.: 127 1, 69 | 1:7): "(God) divided the waters that ~were under the firmament, 128 1, 69 | Hence, whatever these waters are, and whatever their 129 1, 69 | to the nature of ~these waters, all are not agreed. Origen 130 1, 69 | Hom. i in Gen.) that the ~waters that are above the firmament 131 1, 69 | written (Ps. 148:4): "Let the waters that are above the heavens ~ 132 1, 69 | Lord," and (Dn. 3:60): "Ye waters that are above ~the heavens, 133 1, 69 | words do not mean that these waters are rational creatures, ~ 134 1, 69 | We must hold, then, these waters to be material, but their 135 1, 69 | may be ~believed that the waters above the heaven are of 136 1, 69 | nature as the ~elemental waters. But if by the firmament 137 1, 69 | four elements then ~the waters above the firmament will 138 1, 69 | nature as the ~elemental waters, but just as, according 139 1, 69 | still ~be said to divide the waters, if we understand by water 140 1, 69 | bodies can be said to divide ~waters from waters.~Aquin.: SMT 141 1, 69 | said to divide ~waters from waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 142 1, 69 | are collected, then the waters above the firmament must ~ 143 1, 69 | vapors resolved from the waters which are raised above a ~ 144 1, 69 | Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~resolved into vapor may 145 1, 69 | on ~the firmament and the waters the solution appears from 146 1, 69 | that is to say, that the ~waters surrounding the earth are 147 1, 69 | above. ~Secondly, that the waters above the firmament are 148 1, 69 | third opinion given, the waters above the ~firmament have 149 1, 69 | the ~first opinion these waters are set there to temper 150 1, 69 | owing to its nearness to the waters that are ~above the firmament.~ 151 1, 69 | Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~Aquin.: SMT 152 1, 69 | firmament divides waters from waters?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 153 1, 69 | firmament does not divide waters from ~waters. For bodies 154 1, 69 | not divide waters from ~waters. For bodies that are of 155 1, 69 | should it be said that the waters above the firmament ~differ 156 1, 69 | distinguish them. If then, these waters differ in species, it is 157 1, 69 | that what distinguishes waters from ~waters must be something 158 1, 69 | distinguishes waters from ~waters must be something which 159 1, 69 | it is evident that the ~waters below do not reach up to 160 1, 69 | firmament ~does not divide the waters from the waters.~Aquin.: 161 1, 69 | divide the waters from the waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 162 1, 69 | firmament made amidst the waters; and let it divide the waters 163 1, 69 | waters; and let it divide the waters from the waters."~Aquin.: 164 1, 69 | divide the waters from the waters."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 165 1, 69 | might be said to divide the waters without from those ~within - 166 1, 69 | say that it divides the waters ~from the waters, according 167 1, 69 | divides the waters ~from the waters, according as we take water 168 1, 69 | designated under the name of ~waters. For the starry heaven divides 169 1, 69 | the starry heaven, the ~waters above are not of the same 170 1, 69 | region of the air, both these waters ~are of the same species, 171 1, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the waters are held to differ in species, 172 1, 69 | cannot be said to divide the waters, as the cause of their destruction, ~ 173 1, 69 | thus it is evident that waters are found on each side of 174 1, 69 | all the space between the waters and the moon's orb, ~calling 175 1, 70 | gathering together of the waters;~(2) About the production 176 1, 70 | gathering together of the waters should ~take place, as recorded, 177 1, 70 | gathering together ~of the waters should take place on the 178 1, 70 | completely covered by the ~waters, wherefore it was described 179 1, 70 | on the earth to which the waters could be ~gathered together.~ 180 1, 70 | one place. But not all the waters are in continuous contact, 181 1, 70 | local movement. But ~the waters flow naturally, and take 182 1, 70 | Therefore the words, "Let the waters be gathered together, and 183 1, 70 | word signifies the mass of waters without order. Thirdly, ~ 184 1, 70 | because it was covered by the waters. Thus, ~then, the formation 185 1, 70 | by the withdrawal ~of the waters, and there resulted the 186 1, 70 | by the gathering of the waters, and ~the appearing of the 187 1, 70 | was first covered by the waters, and that these were afterwards ~ 188 1, 70 | first supposes that the ~waters are heaped up to a greater 189 1, 70 | afterwards condensed when the waters were gathered ~together. 190 1, 70 | receive the confluence of waters. Of the above the first 191 1, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the waters have the sea as their goal, 192 1, 70 | sense would be, "Let the waters be gathered together in 193 1, 70 | from the dry land. That the waters occupied more ~places than 194 1, 70 | gathering together of the waters He called Seas."~Aquin.: 195 1, 70 | it was necessary for the waters to be withdrawn from a ~ 196 1, 70 | the part from which ~the waters had withdrawn, "He called, 197 1, 70 | that which is covered with ~waters or not. So by the expression " 198 1, 70 | being covered by the ~waters; on the other hand, it was " 199 1, 70 | third day: first, when "the waters were gathered ~together 200 1, 71 | on the second ~day the waters were separated; and on the 201 1, 71 | fittingly described. For the ~waters produce that which the power 202 1, 71 | Therefore the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping 203 1, 71 | Further, fishes move in the waters, and birds in the air. If, ~ 204 1, 71 | fishes are produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~ 205 1, 71 | the air, and not from the waters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 206 1, 71 | fishes creep through the waters, for some, as ~seals, have 207 1, 71 | described by the words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping 208 1, 71 | fifth day he mentions the waters and the ~firmament of heaven 209 1, 71 | that the nature ~of the waters produced them on that day 210 1, 71 | theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping 211 1, 73 | firmament, the gathering of the waters, and the appearing of dry 212 1, 73 | was still covered by the ~waters, nor had the heavenly bodies 213 1, 73 | Spirit of God ~moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~Aquin.: 214 1, 73 | is said, "moved over the ~waters" - that is to say, over 215 1, 73 | Spirit that moved over the waters. ~But in the formation, 216 1, 73 | work of ~distinguishing the waters was only begun on that day, 217 1, 104 | clear from Gn. 1:9 ~"Let the waters be gathered together into 218 1, 117 | according to ~Gn. 1:20: "Let the waters bring forth the creeping 219 2, 68 | written ~(Cant 8:7): "Many waters cannot quench charity."~ 220 2, 68 | Jerusalem is not washed with the waters of an earthly ~river: it 221 2, 89 | Ps. 136:1): "Upon ~the waters of Babylon," i.e. "beside 222 2, 89 | Babylon," i.e. "beside the waters": because venial sins do ~ 223 2, 93 | bounds, and set a law to the waters, that they should not pass ~ 224 2, 102 | goats' skin) signified the waters which are above the ~firmament; 225 2, 102 | immolated . . . over living waters." These things he offered 226 2, 102 | the disease; and living waters, to wash away the filth.~ 227 2, 102 | earthen vessel over living waters, because ~the waters of 228 2, 102 | living waters, because ~the waters of Baptism are sanctified 229 2, 102 | of the God-Man. By ~the waters of Baptism or of his tears 230 2, 102 | of all ~purified by the waters of Baptism, and by the waters 231 2, 102 | waters of Baptism, and by the waters of tears, in their ~faith 232 2, 102 | contemplation, yet dwell in the waters of sensual ~delights. The 233 2, 102 | glutton ~who plunges into the waters of pleasure. The ibis is 234 2, 24 | brought forth out of the waters, and animals that walk, 235 2, 169 | Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of His hand," 236 3, 19 | supernaturally and ~by the unstable waters bearing up the weight of 237 3, 28 | virgin, ~and in the unstable waters bearing the weight of earthly 238 3, 38 | Christ, who "sanctified the waters by the touch ~of His most 239 3, 38 | pure flesh He endowed the waters with a regenerating ~virtue," 240 3, 39 | cleansed, but to cleanse the waters, that, being purified by ~ 241 3, 39 | bequeath the sanctified waters to those who were to be 242 3, 39 | Israel were crossing, the waters ~of the Jordan "were turned 243 3, 39 | those who pass through the waters of baptism. Therefore it ~ 244 3, 39 | Epiphany (x): "As of ~yore the waters of the Jordan were held 245 3, 39 | the downward flow of the waters the river of blessings ~ 246 3, 39 | dwell beside the running waters of Holy Scripture, in order 247 3, 39 | after being washed in the waters of ~baptism the Holy Ghost 248 3, 42 | written (Prov. 9:17): "Stolen waters are sweeter." Now, Christ' 249 3, 44 | atmosphere or a division of waters. ~Hence the Apostle says ( 250 3, 45 | virgin and in the unstable waters ~bearing the weight of material 251 3, 46 | the human race from the waters of the ~Deluge; at the exodus 252 3, 62 | of regeneration on the ~waters by the contact of His most 253 3, 66 | Christ was plunged into the waters, the ~waters washed away 254 3, 66 | plunged into the waters, the ~waters washed away the sins of 255 3, 66 | pure flesh, endowed the waters with a regenerating and 256 3, 66 | cleansing virtue." ~But all waters are not connected with the 257 3, 66 | are not connected with the waters of the Jordan which ~Christ 258 3, 66 | s power flowed into all waters, by reason of, not ~connection 259 3, 66 | roses, just as chemical ~waters are distilled from certain 260 3, 66 | But seemingly, such like waters ~may be used in Baptism; 261 3, 66 | Since, therefore, such waters are not pure and plain water, 262 3, 66 | in sea-water and in other waters which we have ~to hand, 263 3, 66 | water. And ~therefore such waters may be used for Baptism.~ 264 3, 66 | conferred with lye and the waters of Sulphur ~Baths: because 265 3, 66 | Baths: because such like waters are not incorporated, artificially 266 3, 66 | the same reason chemical waters cannot ~be used, as neither 267 3, 66 | of rose-water or chemical waters.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 268 3, 66 | Matth. 3:15) says: "The ~waters of Baptism would never avail 269 3, 72 | Ghost, Who comes down on the waters of Baptism bearing salvation 270 3, 72 | Matth. 3:15) says that "the waters of Baptism could never wash 271 3, 78 | entered not only into the waters which came into contact 272 3, 78 | with ~Christ, but into all waters throughout the whole world 273 Suppl, 18| exercised, even as the ~waters of Baptism. But just as 274 Suppl, 29| of regeneration on the waters. But He did not use this 275 Suppl, 72| the "second" day all the waters will be ~plunged into the 276 Suppl, 72| things that move in the ~waters will gather together and, 277 Suppl, 72| will rise as high ~as the waters of the deluge; whence it 278 Suppl, 72| from an ~outpouring of the waters of the world, so the fashion 279 Suppl, 72| the same height as did the waters of the ~deluge." But the 280 Suppl, 72| of the ~deluge." But the waters of the deluge did not rise 281 Suppl, 72| before were cleansed by the waters of the ~deluge, namely the 282 Suppl, 72| gathering together of the waters. Therefore it would seem ~ 283 Suppl, 72| namely the ~substance of the waters, and their disposition, 284 Suppl, 72| not rise ~higher than the waters of the deluge. But the waters 285 Suppl, 72| waters of the deluge. But the waters of the deluge did ~not reach 286 Suppl, 72| fire, since not even the waters of the deluge ~reached it, 287 Suppl, 72| Now it is clear that the ~waters of the deluge did not rise 288 Suppl, 72| to that point, since the waters of the deluge rose to a 289 Suppl, 94| Let him pass from the snow waters ~to excessive heat."~Aquin.:


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