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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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firmament

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1 1, 61 | does not mean the visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, that 2 1, 61 | the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, which is not so styled 3 1, 65 | waters that are above the firmament from the waters ~that are 4 1, 65 | waters ~that are under the firmament"; and the work of adornment, 5 1, 65 | Let there be lights in the firmament."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] Out. 6 1, 66 | denotes not the visible firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery 7 1, 66 | empyrean heaven, because the firmament, which ~they take to mean 8 1, 66 | For the question of the firmament, said to have been made 9 1, 66 | But since the body of the ~firmament, though solid, is transparent, 10 1, 66 | time is the measure of the firmament's movement; and the ~firmament 11 1, 66 | firmament's movement; and the ~firmament is said to have been made 12 1, 66 | If the movement of the firmament did not begin immediately ~ 13 1, 66 | the measure, not of ~the firmament's movement, but of the first 14 1, 66 | to be the measure of the firmament's ~movement, in so far as 15 1, 67 | is an attribute of the ~firmament, and we read that the firmament 16 1, 67 | firmament, and we read that the firmament was made on the second day. ~ 17 1, 68 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the firmament was made on the second day?~( 18 1, 68 | there are waters above the firmament?~(3) Whether the firmament 19 1, 68 | firmament?~(3) Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~( 20 1, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the firmament was made on the second day?~ 21 1, 68 | It would seem that the firmament was not made on the second 22 1, 68 | Gn. 1:8): "God called the firmament heaven." But the ~heaven 23 1, 68 | and earth." Therefore the firmament was not made on ~the second 24 1, 68 | naturally first. But though the firmament ~naturally precedes the 25 1, 68 | first day. Therefore the ~firmament was not made on the second 26 1, 68 | before days began. But the firmament cannot have been ~formed 27 1, 68 | corruption. Therefore the firmament was not made on the ~second 28 1, 68 | God said: let there be a ~firmament," and further on (verse 29 1, 68 | words which speak of the firmament as made ~on the second day 30 1, 68 | understood, first, of the starry firmament, on which point it is ~necessary 31 1, 68 | further that the body of the ~firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, 32 1, 68 | harmony. Others held the firmament to be ~of the nature of 33 1, 68 | speaking, be granted ~that the firmament was made, even as to substance, 34 1, 68 | But the belief that the firmament was made, as to its substance, 35 1, 68 | whom ~the making of the firmament implies the production of 36 1, 68 | that the substance of the ~firmament was produced on the second 37 1, 68 | succession of time, whereas the ~firmament, being naturally incorruptible, 38 1, 68 | produce the substance of the firmament belongs to the work of ~ 39 1, 68 | substantial formation of the ~firmament belongs to the second day.~ 40 1, 68 | is to understand by the firmament that was ~made on the second 41 1, 68 | which has received ~the name firmament from the firmness and density 42 1, 68 | and when we read that the firmament was made ~on the second 43 1, 68 | is the empyrean, and the firmament made on the second day, 44 1, 68 | diurnal movement: while by the firmament ~made on the second day 45 1, 68 | the starry heaven, and the firmament ~made on the second day 46 1, 68 | said that ~"God called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding 47 1, 68 | there are waters above the firmament?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 48 1, 68 | are not waters above the firmament. For ~water is heavy by 49 1, 68 | are not waters above the firmament. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 50 1, 68 | shows. Therefore, since the firmament is a sphere, ~there cannot 51 1, 68 | earth, and not above the firmament, so that water would be ~ 52 1, 68 | are ~not waters above the firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 53 1, 68 | waters that ~were under the firmament, from those that were above 54 1, 68 | those that were above the firmament."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 55 1, 68 | waters that are above the firmament are "spiritual substances." 56 1, 68 | according as opinions on the firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament 57 1, 68 | firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament we understand the starry 58 1, 68 | elemental waters. But if by the firmament we understand the starry ~ 59 1, 68 | then ~the waters above the firmament will not be of the same 60 1, 68 | starry heaven. Again, if the ~firmament is held to be of other nature 61 1, 68 | however, we understand by the firmament that part of the air in ~ 62 1, 68 | then the waters above the firmament must ~rather be the vapors 63 1, 68 | The solid nature of the firmament, the intervening region 64 1, 68 | in its place ~above the firmament by the Divine power. Augustine ( 65 1, 68 | last two opinions on ~the firmament and the waters the solution 66 1, 68 | consistency, and those around ~the firmament of a rarer consistency, 67 1, 68 | that the waters above the firmament are not fluid, but exist ~ 68 1, 68 | given, the waters above the ~firmament have been raised in the 69 1, 68 | waters that are ~above the firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 70 1, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~ 71 1, 68 | It would seem that the firmament does not divide waters from ~ 72 1, 68 | that the waters above the firmament ~differ in species from 73 1, 68 | species from those under the firmament, it may be argued, on ~the 74 1, 68 | species, it is not the ~firmament that distinguishes them.~ 75 1, 68 | below do not reach up to the firmament. Therefore the firmament ~ 76 1, 68 | firmament. Therefore the firmament ~does not divide the waters 77 1, 68 | Gn. 1:6): "Let there be a firmament made ~amidst the waters; 78 1, 68 | heaven. On this view the firmament ~of heaven might be said 79 1, 68 | then, we understand by the firmament the starry heaven, or the ~ 80 1, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: If by the firmament is understood the starry 81 1, 68 | beneath. But if by the ~firmament is understood the cloudy 82 1, 68 | to differ in species, the firmament ~cannot be said to divide 83 1, 68 | found on each side of the firmament, ~whatever be the sense 84 1, 69 | made," and "Let there be a firmament made."But ~the third day 85 1, 69 | words, "Let there be made a ~firmament," by which is to be understood 86 1, 69 | formed, receiving from the ~firmament a sort of distinction and 87 1, 69 | manner it is said that "the firmament," that is, the air, "He 88 1, 70 | lights are fixed in the firmament, as plants are ~fixed in 89 1, 70 | says: "He set them in the ~firmament." But plants are described 90 1, 70 | at the same time as the firmament, that is to say, on the ~ 91 1, 70 | merely virtually, for ~the firmament has not the power of producing 92 1, 70 | Scripture does not say: "Let the firmament ~produce lights," though 93 1, 70 | to have set them in the firmament, not because He fixed them 94 1, 70 | ground if we regard the firmament made ~on the second day 95 1, 70 | senses there appears but one ~firmament; if we admit a higher and 96 1, 70 | admit a higher and a lower firmament, the lower will be ~that 97 1, 70 | were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 98 1, 70 | Let them shine in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~ 99 1, 71 | mentions the waters and the ~firmament of heaven to show that the 100 1, 71 | said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~even if the firmament 101 1, 71 | firmament," ~even if the firmament be taken to mean the region 102 1, 74 | but the making of the ~firmament, the gathering of the waters, 103 1, 74 | light did not exist, ~the firmament had not been formed, and 104 1, 74 | days. For as light, the firmament, and other ~similar works 105 1, 74 | words, "God said: Let the firmament be made . . . and it was 106 1, 74 | superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." And the like is to be ~ 107 1, 74 | again, ~because by the firmament is simply understood the 108 1, 62 | does not mean the visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, that 109 1, 62 | the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, which is not so styled 110 1, 66 | waters that are above the firmament from the waters ~that are 111 1, 66 | waters ~that are under the firmament"; and the work of adornment, 112 1, 66 | Let there be lights in the firmament."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] Out. 113 1, 67 | denotes not the visible firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery 114 1, 67 | empyrean heaven, because the firmament, which ~they take to mean 115 1, 67 | For the question of the firmament, said to have been made 116 1, 67 | But since the body of the ~firmament, though solid, is transparent, 117 1, 67 | time is the measure of the firmament's movement; and the ~firmament 118 1, 67 | firmament's movement; and the ~firmament is said to have been made 119 1, 67 | If the movement of the firmament did not begin immediately ~ 120 1, 67 | the measure, not of ~the firmament's movement, but of the first 121 1, 67 | to be the measure of the firmament's ~movement, in so far as 122 1, 68 | is an attribute of the ~firmament, and we read that the firmament 123 1, 68 | firmament, and we read that the firmament was made on the second day. ~ 124 1, 69 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the firmament was made on the second day?~( 125 1, 69 | there are waters above the firmament?~(3) Whether the firmament 126 1, 69 | firmament?~(3) Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~( 127 1, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the firmament was made on the second day?~ 128 1, 69 | It would seem that the firmament was not made on the second 129 1, 69 | Gn. 1:8): "God called the firmament heaven." But the ~heaven 130 1, 69 | and earth." Therefore the firmament was not made on ~the second 131 1, 69 | naturally first. But though the firmament ~naturally precedes the 132 1, 69 | first day. Therefore the ~firmament was not made on the second 133 1, 69 | before days began. But the firmament cannot have been ~formed 134 1, 69 | corruption. Therefore the firmament was not made on the ~second 135 1, 69 | God said: let there be a ~firmament," and further on (verse 136 1, 69 | words which speak of the firmament as made ~on the second day 137 1, 69 | understood, first, of the starry firmament, on which point it is ~necessary 138 1, 69 | further that the body of the ~firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, 139 1, 69 | harmony. Others held the firmament to be ~of the nature of 140 1, 69 | speaking, be granted ~that the firmament was made, even as to substance, 141 1, 69 | But the belief that the firmament was made, as to its substance, 142 1, 69 | whom ~the making of the firmament implies the production of 143 1, 69 | that the substance of the ~firmament was produced on the second 144 1, 69 | succession of time, whereas the ~firmament, being naturally incorruptible, 145 1, 69 | produce the substance of the firmament belongs to the work of ~ 146 1, 69 | substantial formation of the ~firmament belongs to the second day.~ 147 1, 69 | is to understand by the firmament that was ~made on the second 148 1, 69 | which has received ~the name firmament from the firmness and density 149 1, 69 | and when we read that the firmament was made ~on the second 150 1, 69 | is the empyrean, and the firmament made on the second day, 151 1, 69 | diurnal movement: while by the firmament ~made on the second day 152 1, 69 | the starry heaven, and the firmament ~made on the second day 153 1, 69 | said that ~"God called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding 154 1, 69 | there are waters above the firmament?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 155 1, 69 | are not waters above the firmament. For ~water is heavy by 156 1, 69 | are not waters above the firmament. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 157 1, 69 | shows. Therefore, since the firmament is a sphere, ~there cannot 158 1, 69 | earth, and not above the firmament, so that water would be ~ 159 1, 69 | are ~not waters above the firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 160 1, 69 | waters that ~were under the firmament, from those that were above 161 1, 69 | those that were above the firmament."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 162 1, 69 | waters that are above the firmament are "spiritual substances." 163 1, 69 | according as opinions on the firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament 164 1, 69 | firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament we understand the starry 165 1, 69 | elemental waters. But if by the firmament we understand the starry ~ 166 1, 69 | then ~the waters above the firmament will not be of the same 167 1, 69 | starry heaven. Again, if the ~firmament is held to be of other nature 168 1, 69 | however, we understand by the firmament that part of the air in ~ 169 1, 69 | then the waters above the firmament must ~rather be the vapors 170 1, 69 | The solid nature of the firmament, the intervening region 171 1, 69 | in its place ~above the firmament by the Divine power. Augustine ( 172 1, 69 | last two opinions on ~the firmament and the waters the solution 173 1, 69 | consistency, and those around ~the firmament of a rarer consistency, 174 1, 69 | that the waters above the firmament are not fluid, but exist ~ 175 1, 69 | given, the waters above the ~firmament have been raised in the 176 1, 69 | waters that are ~above the firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 177 1, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the firmament divides waters from waters?~ 178 1, 69 | It would seem that the firmament does not divide waters from ~ 179 1, 69 | that the waters above the firmament ~differ in species from 180 1, 69 | species from those under the firmament, it may be argued, on ~the 181 1, 69 | species, it is not the ~firmament that distinguishes them.~ 182 1, 69 | below do not reach up to the firmament. Therefore the firmament ~ 183 1, 69 | firmament. Therefore the firmament ~does not divide the waters 184 1, 69 | Gn. 1:6): "Let there be a firmament made amidst the waters; 185 1, 69 | heaven. On this view the firmament ~of heaven might be said 186 1, 69 | then, we understand by the firmament the starry heaven, or the ~ 187 1, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: If by the firmament is understood the starry 188 1, 69 | beneath. But if by the ~firmament is understood the cloudy 189 1, 69 | to differ in species, the firmament ~cannot be said to divide 190 1, 69 | found on each side of the firmament, ~whatever be the sense 191 1, 70 | made," and "Let there be a firmament made."But ~the third day 192 1, 70 | words, "Let there be made a ~firmament," by which is to be understood 193 1, 70 | formed, receiving from the ~firmament a sort of distinction and 194 1, 70 | manner it is said that "the firmament," that is, the air, "He 195 1, 71 | lights are fixed in the firmament, as plants are ~fixed in 196 1, 71 | says: "He set them in the ~firmament." But plants are described 197 1, 71 | at the same time as the firmament, that is to say, on the ~ 198 1, 71 | merely virtually, for ~the firmament has not the power of producing 199 1, 71 | Scripture does not say: "Let the firmament ~produce lights," though 200 1, 71 | to have set them in the firmament, not because He fixed them 201 1, 71 | ground if we regard the firmament made ~on the second day 202 1, 71 | senses there appears but one ~firmament; if we admit a higher and 203 1, 71 | admit a higher and a lower firmament, the lower will be ~that 204 1, 71 | were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 205 1, 71 | Let them shine in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~ 206 1, 71 | mentions the waters and the ~firmament of heaven to show that the 207 1, 71 | said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~even if the firmament 208 1, 71 | firmament," ~even if the firmament be taken to mean the region 209 1, 73 | but the making of the ~firmament, the gathering of the waters, 210 1, 73 | light did not exist, ~the firmament had not been formed, and 211 1, 73 | days. For as light, the firmament, and other ~similar works 212 1, 73 | words, "God said: Let the firmament be made . . . and it was 213 1, 73 | superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." And the like is to be ~ 214 1, 73 | again, ~because by the firmament is simply understood the 215 2, 102 | waters which are above the ~firmament; the skins dyed red denoted 216 3, 44 | there be lights made in the ~firmament of heaven . . . and let 217 Suppl, 72| will arise ~towards the firmament rushing together from the


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