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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heavens

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | causes change, ~i.e. the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[6] 2 1, 8 | about the poles of the heavens; and He doth not consider 3 1, 8 | the ~entire space of the heavens in its sight. Therefore 4 1, 8 | that while it sees the heavens, it sees in the heavens; 5 1, 8 | heavens, it sees in the heavens; and in the same ~way it 6 1, 8 | same ~way it feels in the heavens; but it does not follow 7 1, 8 | lives or ~exists in the heavens, because to live and to 8 1, 10 | as the ~movement of the heavens according to some philosophers, 9 1, 10 | think the movement of the heavens goes on for ever, ~there 10 1, 10 | if the movement of the heavens ~lasted always, time would 11 1, 14 | universal movements of the heavens, and ~can thence foretell 12 1, 18 | property. The movement of the heavens is ~in the universe of corporeal 13 1, 22 | divinities ~who circulate in the heavens; that is, certain separate 14 1, 32 | that the movement of the heavens is always of uniform velocity. ~ 15 1, 41 | Who stretcheth ~forth the heavens, and layeth the foundations 16 1, 47 | produced the soul of the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 17 1, 51 | magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~Origen, while refusing 18 1, 52 | if any angel moves the heavens, is it necessary for him 19 1, 52 | there is one part of the heavens in which there ~is movement 20 1, 53 | measures the movement of the heavens, and whereby all ~corporeal 21 1, 53 | from the ~movement of the heavens; because the angel's movement 22 1, 53 | upon the movement of the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 23 1, 57 | of the movements of the heavens. This opinion does not ~ 24 1, 61 | designated by the name "heavens" or of "light." And they 25 1, 61 | of the ~movement of the heavens; because he is above every 26 1, 66 | body which we call the heavens, whence it is said that " 27 1, 66 | through the ~intervening heavens), we may also say that the 28 1, 67 | that the movement of the heavens ~is twofold. Of these movements, 29 1, 67 | the common movement of the heavens. The further ~distinction 30 1, 68 | waters that are above the heavens ~praise the name of the 31 1, 68 | waters that are above the heavens, bless the Lord."To this 32 1, 68 | But if there are more ~heavens than one, they are so called 33 1, 68 | 148:4): "Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 68 | Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 35 1, 68 | Gen.), and that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~merely 36 1, 68 | that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~merely the translation 37 1, 68 | says that there are many ~heavens. The difference, however, 38 1, 68 | said that there are more heavens than one.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 68 | understand the distinction of heavens, it must be ~borne in mind 40 1, 68 | this body there are three heavens; the first ~is the empyrean, 41 1, 68 | may be called the seven heavens, are the spheres of ~the 42 1, 68 | him, then, there are three heavens, ~the aerial, the starry, 43 1, 68 | space into four distinct heavens. The higher region of ~fire 44 1, 68 | therefore, ~these four heavens are added to the three enumerated 45 1, 68 | there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion of 46 1, 68 | called sometimes so many heavens, in reference to which ~ 47 1, 68 | earth, there may be many ~heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 48 1, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the heavens have in common sublimity 49 1, 70 | says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the heavens and the earth were finished 50 1, 70 | things having movement in the heavens, and ~upon the earth. But 51 1, 70 | the lights are set in the heavens to indicate fair or foul ~ 52 1, 70 | Let no one esteem ~the heavens or the heavenly bodies to 53 1, 41 | Who stretcheth ~forth the heavens, and layeth the foundations 54 1, 48 | produced the soul of the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 55 1, 52 | magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~Origen, while refusing 56 1, 53 | if any angel moves the heavens, is it necessary for him 57 1, 53 | there is one part of the heavens in which there ~is movement 58 1, 54 | measures the movement of the heavens, and whereby all ~corporeal 59 1, 54 | from the ~movement of the heavens; because the angel's movement 60 1, 54 | upon the movement of the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 61 1, 58 | of the movements of the heavens. This opinion does not ~ 62 1, 62 | designated by the name "heavens" or of "light." And they 63 1, 62 | of the ~movement of the heavens; because he is above every 64 1, 67 | body which we call the heavens, whence it is said that " 65 1, 67 | through the ~intervening heavens), we may also say that the 66 1, 68 | that the movement of the heavens ~is twofold. Of these movements, 67 1, 68 | the common movement of the heavens. The further ~distinction 68 1, 69 | waters that are above the heavens ~praise the name of the 69 1, 69 | waters that are above ~the heavens, bless the Lord."To this 70 1, 69 | But if there are more ~heavens than one, they are so called 71 1, 69 | 148:4): "Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~Aquin.: SMT 72 1, 69 | Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 73 1, 69 | Gen.), and that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~merely 74 1, 69 | that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~merely the translation 75 1, 69 | says that there are many ~heavens. The difference, however, 76 1, 69 | said that there are more heavens than one.~Aquin.: SMT FP 77 1, 69 | understand the distinction of heavens, it must be ~borne in mind 78 1, 69 | this body there are three heavens; the first ~is the empyrean, 79 1, 69 | may be called the seven heavens, are the spheres of ~the 80 1, 69 | him, then, there are three heavens, ~the aerial, the starry, 81 1, 69 | space into four distinct heavens. The higher region of ~fire 82 1, 69 | therefore, ~these four heavens are added to the three enumerated 83 1, 69 | there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion of 84 1, 69 | called sometimes so many heavens, in reference to which ~ 85 1, 69 | earth, there may be many ~heavens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 86 1, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the heavens have in common sublimity 87 1, 71 | says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the heavens and the earth were finished 88 1, 71 | things having movement in the heavens, and ~upon the earth. But 89 1, 71 | the lights are set in the heavens to indicate fair or foul ~ 90 1, 71 | Let no one esteem ~the heavens or the heavenly bodies to 91 1, 90 | OBJ 3: The movement of the heavens causes natural changes; 92 1, 101 | is the right hand on the heavens, as the Philosopher ~explains ( 93 1, 102 | who go the ~round of the heavens to watch over generation 94 1, 114 | bodies, of occurrences in the heavens, such as rain and wind, 95 2, 6 | thus the ~movement of the heavens is said to be natural, by 96 2, 9 | movement which is that of the heavens, as is proved in Phys. ~ 97 2, 9 | to the movement of the heavens, which is uniform ~according 98 2, 9 | to the movement of the ~heavens, as to their cause, unless 99 2, 9 | will too were moved by the ~heavens. Therefore the heavens move 100 2, 9 | heavens. Therefore the heavens move the human will.~Aquin.: 101 2, 9 | they understand the ~entire heavens). For all the sensitive 102 2, 9 | to ~the movement of the heavens, as to its cause.~Aquin.: 103 2, 9 | subject to the movement of the heavens, to such like effects of 104 2, 19 | of ~Isaias 55:9: "As the heavens are exalted above the earth, 105 2, 102 | says: "If heaven and the ~heavens of heavens cannot contain 106 2, 102 | heaven and the ~heavens of heavens cannot contain Thee, how 107 2, 82 | in the movement of the ~heavens which is from the east. 108 2, 82 | mounteth above the heaven of heavens to the ~east (Ps. 67:34), 109 2, 93 | gods," i.e. the sun or ~the heavens, "brings on" [*Odyssey xviii, 110 2, 94 | observed in the course of the heavens ~it is possible for men 111 2, 165 | science whose gaze pierces the heavens, walks in ~vanity of understanding 112 2, 165 | think they dwelt in the very heavens about ~which they argue." 113 2, 173 | to the aerial and starry heavens, or better still, in relation ~ 114 2, 173 | aqueous and crystalline heavens. Moreover Paul is stated 115 3, 1 | and His glory above the heavens"; and farther on: "Who is 116 3, 22 | that hath passed into the heavens, Jesus, ~the Son of God."~ 117 3, 36 | and the stars adorn, the heavens: by both, therefore, do 118 3, 36 | both, therefore, do the ~'heavens show forth the glory of 119 3, 36 | star shines forth in ~the heavens." Therefore the star which 120 3, 36 | was really a star from the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 121 3, 36 | stars which are not in the heavens but in the air are ~called 122 3, 36 | that it was a star from the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 123 3, 36 | star was a stranger to the ~heavens, and made its appearance 124 3, 36 | created star, ~not in the heavens, but in the air near the 125 3, 36 | is sometimes called the ~heavens - for instance, "The birds 126 3, 36 | instance, "The birds of the heavens [Douay: 'air'] and the ~ 127 3, 39 | Of the place;~(5) Of the heavens being opened unto Him;~( 128 3, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the heavens should have been opened 129 3, 39 | It would seem that the heavens should not have been opened 130 3, 39 | at His baptism. For the heavens should be opened unto one 131 3, 39 | Therefore it seems that the heavens should not have been opened ~ 132 3, 39 | Further, the opening of the heavens is understood either in 133 3, 39 | Thou perhaps hast made the heavens ~with Him, which are most 134 3, 39 | spiritual sense, because ~the heavens were not previously closed 135 3, 39 | Christ was baptized "the ~heavens were opened."~Aquin.: SMT 136 3, 39 | enter heaven. Therefore the heavens should have been ~opened 137 3, 39 | order to signify this, the heavens were opened when Christ ~ 138 3, 39 | Christ was baptized, the ~heavens were opened, to show that 139 3, 39 | for His own sake, so the heavens were opened ~unto Him as 140 3, 39 | says on Mt. 3:16,17, the heavens were opened to ~Christ when 141 3, 39 | relate the opening of the heavens ~at the beginning of his 142 3, 39 | out of the water, saw the heavens opened"; as though the ~ 143 3, 39 | though the ~opening of the heavens were to be considered as 144 3, 39 | He was baptized, that the heavens ~seemed to be opened. It 145 3, 39 | manner Ezechiel saw the heavens opened: since such a vision 146 3, 39 | made of the opening of the heavens at His ~baptism rather than 147 3, 39 | Christ was baptized, the heavens were merely opened: ~but 148 3, 43 | remain . . . But also in the heavens . . . the angels are the 149 3, 44 | order end movement of the heavens that is not caused by Him 150 3, 44 | sun, in the middle of the heavens, in ~the evening it was 151 3, 44 | new star appeared in the heavens. ~Wherefore Maximus says ( 152 3, 44 | on the new star in the ~heavens, proclaiming to the world 153 3, 44 | worked some miracles in the heavens, as stated above (A[2]), 154 3, 49 | Christ was baptized ~the heavens were opened to Him. But 155 3, 49 | above (Q[39], A[5]), the heavens were opened ~at Christ's 156 3, 49 | and His glory above the heavens." But Christ as man had 157 3, 49 | that ascended above all the heavens." Thirdly, as to the sitting 158 3, 51 | God who is above the high ~heavens to be laid in the earth. 159 3, 57 | above all the corporeal heavens?~(5) Whether He ascended 160 3, 57 | Christ ascended above all the heavens?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 161 3, 57 | not ascend above all the heavens, ~for it is written (Ps. 162 3, 57 | not ascend above all the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 163 3, 57 | there is no place above the heavens, as is proved in De Coelo ~ 164 3, 57 | not ~ascend above all the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 165 3, 57 | have ascended above all the heavens unless ~heaven were divided; 166 3, 57 | not ascend above all the heavens.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 167 3, 57 | ascended above all the ~heavens that He might fill all things."~ 168 3, 57 | Him to be above ~all the heavens; according to Ps. 8:2: " 169 3, 57 | magnificence is elevated ~above the heavens, O God!"~Aquin.: SMT TP 170 3, 57 | He ascended above all the heavens, that He might fill all ~ 171 3, 58 | said: "Behold, I see the heavens opened, and the Son of man ~ 172 3, 75 | the first movement of the heavens, which is the measure ~of 173 3, 75 | depending on the movement of the heavens. But there are some movements ~ 174 3, 75 | dependent on the movement of the heavens, nor measured by ~it, as 175 3, 75 | itself to the movement of the heavens, still ~it follows the pronouncing 176 3, 75 | measured by the movement of the heavens. And therefore ~there must 177 3, 78 | Lord commanded, and the heavens and earth were made. " ~ 178 3, 83 | hath His ~dwelling in the heavens is the visitor, and the 179 3, 83 | hands to the Lord in the ~heavens": and Ex. 17:11: "And when 180 Suppl, 72| Whether the powers of the heavens will be moved when the Lord 181 Suppl, 72| other luminaries of the heavens will be ~darkened, either 182 Suppl, 72| cleanse also the higher heavens?~(5) Whether that fire will 183 Suppl, 72| written (2 Pt. 3:12): "The heavens being on fire will be ~dissolved, 184 Suppl, 72| cleanse also the higher heavens?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 185 Suppl, 72| cleanse also the higher ~heavens. For it is written (Ps. 186 Suppl, 72| written (Ps. 101:26,27): "The heavens are the works of ~Thy hands: 187 Suppl, 72| remainest." Now the higher heavens ~also are the work of God' 188 Suppl, 72| written (2 Pt. 3:12): "The heavens being on fire ~shall be 189 Suppl, 72| heat of ~fire." Now the heavens that are distinct from the 190 Suppl, 72| elements are the higher ~heavens, wherein the stars are fixed. 191 Suppl, 72| Therefore the higher heavens also will be cleansed by 192 Suppl, 72| the height of the ~higher heavens but only 15 cubits higher 193 Suppl, 72| 20). Therefore the higher heavens will not be cleansed by 194 Suppl, 72| substance of the higher heavens, but only to ~set its movement 195 Suppl, 72| psalm refer to the aerial heavens which will be cleansed by 196 Suppl, 72| refer also to ~the higher heavens, these are said to perish 197 Suppl, 72| explains himself to which heavens he refers. For ~before the 198 Suppl, 72| said (2 Pt. 3:5-7): "The heavens . . . ~first, and the earth . . . 199 Suppl, 72| the same.] Therefore the heavens to be ~cleansed are those 200 Suppl, 72| deluge, namely the aerial heavens.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 201 Suppl, 72| 2 Pt. 3:7) that ~those heavens are "kept in store unto 202 Suppl, 72| not ~rise again till the heavens be broken." But the heavens 203 Suppl, 72| heavens be broken." But the heavens shall never be ~broken, 204 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The heavens will never be broken as 205 Suppl, 74| not rise again till the heavens be broken, he shall not ~ 206 Suppl, 74| end of ~the world when the heavens shall be broken.~Aquin.: 207 Suppl, 74| that the movement of the heavens will never cease, ~maintained 208 Suppl, 74| resurrection will not be "till the heavens be broken" (Job ~14:12). 209 Suppl, 74| the very instant that the heavens will cease to ~move the 210 Suppl, 76| in the ~movement of the heavens. Because the selfsame heaven 211 Suppl, 78| and the movement of the heavens; wherefore all these will 212 Suppl, 80| written (Job 37:18) that "the ~heavens . . . are most strong, as 213 Suppl, 80| the ~concentric spheres or heavens, and was identified by Christian 214 Suppl, 81| Made higher than the ~heavens," where a gloss [*Gloss 215 Suppl, 81| the concentric ~spheres or heavens, and was identified by Christian 216 Suppl, 81| after they have climbed the ~heavens, it is likely that they 217 Suppl, 82| The dog ~star] is in the heavens conveys no knowledge to 218 Suppl, 88| 17): "Behold I create new heavens ~and a new earth, and the 219 Suppl, 88| Therefore the movement of the heavens will never ~cease.~Aquin.: 220 Suppl, 88| caused by the movement of the heavens. Therefore the heavenly ~ 221 Suppl, 88| end of the creation of the heavens, and so it is unseemly that ~ 222 Suppl, 95| will be no movement of the heavens; wherefore neither ~will


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