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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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darkness

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1 1, 8 | fellowship between light and darkness (2 Cor. 6:14). ~Therefore 2 1, 14 | also; as by light is known darkness. Hence Dionysius ~says ( 3 1, 14 | receives the vision of ~darkness, not otherwise seeing darkness 4 1, 14 | darkness, not otherwise seeing darkness except through light."~Aquin.: 5 1, 47 | divided the light from the darkness," and "divided waters from 6 1, 47 | divided the light from the ~darkness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 7 1, 48 | known through the other, as darkness is ~known through light. 8 1, 48 | which is the subject both of darkness and light. It is, however, ~ 9 1, 48 | is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, and sight by blindness. 10 1, 48 | subject of evil; for by darkness the substance of the air 11 1, 49 | the light, and creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~ 12 1, 58 | morning have an admixture of ~darkness. But there is no darkness 13 1, 58 | darkness. But there is no darkness in the knowledge of an angel; 14 1, 58 | compared to an admixture of darkness, but as compared to ~beginning 15 1, 58 | comparison with one thing, and darkness with respect to another. 16 1, 58 | 8: "You were heretofore ~darkness; but now, light in the Lord": 17 1, 58 | life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according to 2 Pt. 1:19: " 18 1, 58 | are quite apart from the darkness, ~that is, from the evil 19 1, 58 | that would be to turn to darkness and ~to night; but they 20 1, 63 | was made distinct from ~"darkness," whereby the angels who 21 1, 63 | distinction of light and darkness, whereby the sins of ~the 22 1, 63 | are understood by the term darkness, must be taken as ~according 23 1, 63 | could discern light and darkness, Who also could ~foreknow, 24 1, 64 | of inquiry:~(1) Of their darkness of intellect;~(2) Of their 25 1, 64 | from them as light is from darkness; and every manifestation 26 1, 64 | fellowship of light with darkness [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship 27 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 3: The creature is darkness in comparison with the excellence ~ 28 1, 64 | the evening is akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses some light: 29 1, 64 | read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, which God separated from 30 1, 65 | divided the light from the ~darkness, and the waters that are 31 1, 66 | whence it is said that "darkness was upon ~the fact of the 32 1, 66 | indicated by the words, ~"darkness was upon the face of the 33 1, 66 | is signified by the word darkness, since, said he, fire ~does 34 1, 66 | the air, the subject of ~darkness, is described as being above 35 1, 66 | the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the face of the 36 1, 66 | driven into the lowest ~darkness, so the reward for worthy 37 1, 66 | would seem to have made darkness His first work, as ~the 38 1, 66 | Old ~Testament the God of darkness. These reasons, however, 39 1, 66 | But the question of the darkness is explained according to ~ 40 1, 66 | formlessness, ~signified by darkness, preceded form not by duration, 41 1, 66 | to others, however, since darkness is no creature, but a ~privation 42 1, 66 | spirit could not live in darkness, but made his habitual ~ 43 1, 66 | divided the ~light from the darkness. "Therefore in the beginning 44 1, 67 | unless we are to say that darkness is a body, ~this does not 45 1, 67 | the case with ~light since darkness is merely a privation of 46 1, 67 | the first day dispels the darkness. ~But in the beginning spiritual 47 1, 67 | the beginning spiritual darkness was not, for even the demons 48 1, 67 | another where it is said that "darkness was upon the face of ~the 49 1, 67 | that the ~formlessness of darkness should be removed first 50 1, 67 | was made between light and darkness. First, as to the cause, 51 1, 67 | of the earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, as to place, 52 1, 67 | was light, in the other darkness. Thirdly, as to ~time; because 53 1, 67 | there was light for one and darkness for another in the ~same 54 1, 67 | the light ~day, and the darkness night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 55 1, 67 | division of light ~from darkness will denote the distinction 56 1, 67 | form at the same time, the darkness must be held to mean ~the 57 1, 67 | held to mean ~the spiritual darkness of the wicked, not as existing 58 1, 68 | bodies. Thus in the words, "Darkness was upon ~the face of the 59 1, 68 | he implies in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the face of the 60 1, 68 | the subject of ~light and darkness, which, in fact, is the 61 1, 69 | without form so long as "darkness" filled it, because it was ~ 62 1, 74 | the termination of the darkness, which ends with the morning. 63 1, 48 | divided the light from ~the darkness," and "divided waters from 64 1, 48 | divided the light from the ~darkness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 65 1, 49 | known through the other, as darkness is ~known through light. 66 1, 49 | which is the subject both of darkness and light. It is, however, ~ 67 1, 49 | is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, and sight by blindness. 68 1, 49 | subject of evil; for by darkness the substance of the air 69 1, 50 | the light, and creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~ 70 1, 59 | morning have an admixture of ~darkness. But there is no darkness 71 1, 59 | darkness. But there is no darkness in the knowledge of an angel; 72 1, 59 | compared to an admixture of darkness, but as compared to ~beginning 73 1, 59 | comparison with one thing, and darkness with respect to another. ~ 74 1, 59 | 8: "You were heretofore ~darkness; but now, light in the Lord": 75 1, 59 | life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according to 2 Pt. 1:19: " 76 1, 59 | are quite apart from the darkness, ~that is, from the evil 77 1, 59 | that would be to turn to darkness and ~to night; but they 78 1, 64 | was made distinct from ~"darkness," whereby the angels who 79 1, 64 | distinction of light and darkness, whereby the sins of ~the 80 1, 64 | are understood by the term darkness, must be taken as ~according 81 1, 64 | could discern light and darkness, Who also could ~foreknow, 82 1, 65 | of inquiry:~(1) Of their darkness of intellect;~(2) Of their 83 1, 65 | from them as light is from darkness; and every manifestation 84 1, 65 | fellowship of light with darkness [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship 85 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: The creature is darkness in comparison with the excellence ~ 86 1, 65 | the evening is akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses some light: 87 1, 65 | read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, which God separated from 88 1, 66 | divided the light from the ~darkness, and the waters that are 89 1, 67 | whence it is said that "darkness was upon ~the fact of the 90 1, 67 | indicated by the words, ~"darkness was upon the face of the 91 1, 67 | is signified by the word darkness, since, said he, fire ~does 92 1, 67 | the air, the subject of ~darkness, is described as being above 93 1, 67 | the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the face of the 94 1, 67 | driven into the lowest ~darkness, so the reward for worthy 95 1, 67 | would seem to have made darkness His first work, as ~the 96 1, 67 | Old ~Testament the God of darkness. These reasons, however, 97 1, 67 | But the question of the darkness is explained according to ~ 98 1, 67 | formlessness, ~signified by darkness, preceded form not by duration, 99 1, 67 | to others, however, since darkness is no creature, but a ~privation 100 1, 67 | spirit could not live in darkness, but made his habitual ~ 101 1, 67 | divided the ~light from the darkness. "Therefore in the beginning 102 1, 68 | unless we are to say that darkness is a body, ~this does not 103 1, 68 | the case with ~light since darkness is merely a privation of 104 1, 68 | the first day dispels the darkness. ~But in the beginning spiritual 105 1, 68 | the beginning spiritual darkness was not, for even the demons 106 1, 68 | another where it is said that "darkness was upon the face of ~the 107 1, 68 | that the ~formlessness of darkness should be removed first 108 1, 68 | was made between light and darkness. First, as to the cause, 109 1, 68 | of the earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, as to place, 110 1, 68 | was light, in the other darkness. Thirdly, as to ~time; because 111 1, 68 | there was light for one and darkness for another in the ~same 112 1, 68 | the light ~day, and the darkness night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 113 1, 68 | division of light ~from darkness will denote the distinction 114 1, 68 | form at the same time, the darkness must be held to mean ~the 115 1, 68 | held to mean ~the spiritual darkness of the wicked, not as existing 116 1, 69 | bodies. Thus in the words, "Darkness was upon ~the face of the 117 1, 69 | he implies in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the face of the 118 1, 69 | the subject of ~light and darkness, which, in fact, is the 119 1, 70 | without form so long as "darkness" filled it, because it was ~ 120 1, 73 | the termination of the darkness, which ends with the morning. 121 1, 101 | man at once relapses into ~darkness, as the air grows dark when 122 1, 103 | absence ~returns at once to darkness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] 123 1, 105 | cleansed by the removal of darkness; enlightened ~by the diffusion 124 1, 108 | rulers of the world of ~this darkness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] 125 1, 108 | But the bad angels, being darkness, are not enlightened by ~ 126 1, 113 | rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of 127 2, 12 | light that is in thee be darkness," etc. But light pertains 128 2, 12 | Wherefore works are called darkness because a man knows what ~ 129 2, 18 | takes away sight altogether; darkness, light; and death, life. ~ 130 2, 31 | shall be to me, who sit in darkness, and see not the ~light 131 2, 67 | something proper to it, viz. ~darkness, for faith is knowledge 132 2, 67 | manner. Therefore, the ~darkness of faith removed, the knowledge 133 2, 67 | another, just as light and darkness in the air.~Aquin.: SMT 134 2, 68 | heart and enlightening its darkness," of ~which, hearing passes 135 2, 73 | is privation of life, and darkness is privation of light. Such ~ 136 2, 75 | the sun is the cause of darkness. In the second ~place, the 137 2, 79 | a body, it leaves it in darkness, as happens to a house whose ~ 138 2, 80 | may consent to sin, which darkness is due to the ~imagination 139 2, 82 | entirely, such as death and darkness, ~cannot be more or less, 140 2, 102 | lie hidden in his deeds of darkness. The cormorant, so ~constituted 141 2, 105 | the adulterer ~observeth darkness" (Job 24:15). But this does 142 2, 108 | and cast aside deeds of darkness, according to ~Eph. 5:8: " 143 2, 108 | 8: "You were heretofore darkness, but now light in the Lord. 144 2, 109 | intellect, too, there seems the darkness of ignorance, ~whereby, 145 2, 110 | For you were ~heretofore darkness, but now light in the Lord. 146 2, 112 | light is more knowable than darkness, since, according ~to the 147 2, 112 | sin, which is spiritual darkness, may be known with certainty 148 2, 113 | illumination and expulsion of darkness are the same. But a thing 149 2, 113 | acts for the removal of darkness, and hence on ~the part 150 2, 113 | prior to the removal of darkness; ~but on the part of the 151 2, 113 | illuminated, to be freed from ~darkness is, in the order of nature, 152 2, 1 | though it were against ~the darkness of past and future errors.~ 153 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: There was no darkness of sin or punishment in 154 2, 5 | far as every creature is darkness ~in comparison with the 155 2, 6 | species of sickness, while darkness is not essential to a diaphanous ~ 156 2, 6 | is not the cause of the darkness, which is not essential 157 2, 8 | understood, they walk on in darkness." But no one who is in a 158 2, 8 | state of ~grace walks in darkness, according to Jn. 8:12: " 159 2, 8 | followeth Me, ~walketh not in darkness." Therefore no one who is 160 2, 17 | that he may return from ~darkness to light." It is, therefore, 161 2, 32 | hateth his ~brother, is in darkness." Now spiritual darkness 162 2, 32 | darkness." Now spiritual darkness is sin. Therefore there ~ 163 2, 87 | light the hidden things of darkness, ~and will make manifest 164 2, 116 | Lust for money brings darkness on the soul." Therefore ~ 165 2, 116 | properly speaking, brings darkness on the ~soul, when it puts 166 2, 134 | of ~his life he eateth in darkness, and in many cares, and 167 2, 165 | vanity of understanding and darkness of mind?" Now vanity of ~ 168 2, 165 | vanity of ~understanding and darkness of mind are sinful. Therefore 169 2, 169 | by its means ~the veil of darkness and ignorance is removed, 170 2, 169 | discovereth great things out of darkness."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] 171 2, 169 | Micah 7:8: "When I sit in darkness, the Lord is my light." 172 2, 170 | hath no fellowship with darkness [*Vulg.: 'What ~fellowship 173 2, 170 | fellowship hath light with darkness?']" (2 Cor. 6:14). Therefore 174 2, 172 | place." Now there is no darkness in the blessed. ~Therefore 175 3, 1 | the ~world, and men loved darkness rather than the light"), 176 3, 15 | enlighten them that sit ~in darkness and in the shadow of death" ( 177 3, 35 | enlighten them that sit ~in darkness and in the shadow of death."~ 178 3, 37 | a light is risen up in ~darkness" (Ps. 111:4).~Aquin.: SMT 179 3, 42 | this because His speech is darkness to ~the carnal-minded, and 180 3, 42 | enlighten them that sit in ~darkness (Lk. 1:79), it belonged 181 3, 44 | Lk. 23:44,45): "There was darkness over ~all the earth until 182 3, 44 | is said that "'there was ~darkness over the whole earth,' which 183 3, 44 | the ninth hour," when the ~darkness ceased, "until evening." 184 3, 44 | Matth.), saying that ~"the darkness in this case lasted for 185 3, 44 | that the duration of ~the darkness was measured from the first 186 3, 44 | that they ascribed this darkness to some ~disturbance of 187 3, 44 | observations about ~this darkness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[44] A[ 188 3, 44 | and a whirlwind, and darkness, and storm."~Aquin.: SMT 189 3, 46 | hour was ended - that the ~darkness began, when Christ hung 190 3, 46 | Passion we ~are brought from darkness to light." And since the 191 3, 51 | Further, light prevailed over darkness by Christ's death. But ~ 192 3, 51 | death. But ~night belongs to darkness, and day to light. Therefore 193 3, 51 | days are computed from the darkness to the daylight on account ~ 194 3, 51 | still ~some part of the darkness of the night remains. Hence 195 3, 51 | in consequence of this darkness, Gregory says (Hom. ~xxi) 196 3, 51 | day) that it dispelled the darkness of the two nights, ~that 197 3, 52 | fellowship of light ~with darkness," according to 2 Cor. 6: 198 3, 52 | far from this kingdom of darkness into heaven," as ~the gloss 199 3, 53 | and body), which are as darkness on account of ~sin; consequently, 200 3, 53 | its close, and nearing to darkness, in order to signify that ~ 201 3, 53 | death He would destroy the darkness of sin and its punishment. ~ 202 3, 53 | light to ~shine forth from darkness, in order that by the grace 203 3, 53 | hear this - 'once ye ~were darkness, but now light in the Lord' - 204 3, 53 | computed ~from light to darkness on account of man's coming 205 3, 53 | days are ~reckoned from darkness to light owing to man's 206 3, 55 | This could be caused by the darkness or by some kind of humor."~ 207 3, 59 | light the hidden things of darkness, ~and will make manifest 208 3, 64 | his charity dispels the darkness of his fault, and if anything ~ 209 3, 71 | are subjected to lesser darkness. But this does ~not seem 210 3, 71 | to be true: because that darkness consists in privation of 211 3, 89 | likeness of order, since the ~darkness of night follows after the 212 Suppl, 37| signifies that he dispels inward darkness; and that the exorcist cleanses ~ 213 Suppl, 59| concord hath light ~with darkness? [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship 214 Suppl, 59| fellowship hath light with darkness? And ~what concord hath 215 Suppl, 59| marry one who is in the darkness of unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 216 Suppl, 62| the adulterer observeth darkness" (Job 24:15). ~Therefore 217 Suppl, 65| law was the result of the darkness just mentioned, ~into which 218 Suppl, 69| souls that are plunged in darkness by sin, with ~dark places.~ 219 Suppl, 74| light the hidden ~things of darkness, and will make manifest 220 Suppl, 75| equal share ~of light and darkness. Hence we must say differently 221 Suppl, 84| light the ~hidden things of darkness," says: "Deeds and thoughts 222 Suppl, 88| there will be perpetual darkness, which is unbecoming to ~ 223 Suppl, 88| will by no means be any darkness there.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 224 Suppl, 88| earth. Yet ~they will be in darkness not only internal but also 225 Suppl, 88| nevertheless be in exterior darkness, since even the fire ~of 226 Suppl, 89| Caium Monach.) that "the ~darkness" - for thus he calls the 227 Suppl, 89| Dionysius) says that the "Divine darkness is impervious to all ~illumination," 228 Suppl, 89| essence, which he calls ~"darkness" on account of its surpassing 229 Suppl, 94| corporeal?~(4) Whether their darkness is material?~(5) Whether 230 Suppl, 94| the damned are in material darkness?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 231 Suppl, 94| damned are not in material darkness. For ~commenting on Job 232 Suppl, 94| the world." Therefore the darkness there is not ~material.~ 233 Suppl, 94| Therefore there is ~no material darkness there.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 234 Suppl, 94| they are not in absolute darkness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 235 Suppl, 94| cast him into the exterior darkness." Commenting on these words ~ 236 Suppl, 94| described as cast into exterior darkness."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 237 Suppl, 94| damned will be in material darkness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 238 Suppl, 94| accordingly both light ~and darkness are there, in so far as 239 Suppl, 94| seeing as regards light and darkness, ~that nothing be seen clearly, 240 Suppl, 94| 3/4~Some hold that this darkness is caused by the massing 241 Suppl, 94| the subject of light and darkness, except the eyes of ~the


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