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" And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good. "
The Catholic encyclopedia: an international work of reference on the ... - Page 311
by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne - 1913
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The Devil's parables: and other essays

John Hannon - Religion - 1910 - 202 pages
...also, as the Sacred Text says, " to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and wherein there is life, that they may have to feed upon." God is above all, and we seem to catch glints of angel wings in every sunbeam that pierces the perfumed...
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God: His Knowability, Essence, and Attributes: A Dogmatic Treatise Prefaced ...

Joseph Pohle - Dogma - 1911 - 479 pages
...huius rei possessio et fruitio. Simili modo et beatitudo accipitur et pro ipsa re, cuius 20Cfr. Gen. I, 31: "-And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good." wiione beati eMcimur, et pro ipsa unione: illa a doctoribus vocatur beatitudo objectiva, haec formalis...
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Theodicy: Essays on Divine Providence, Volume 2

Antonio Rosmini - Theodicy - 1912
...that approbation which He gives to His own works, and which is expressed in those words of Genesis : " And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good."(i) This does not mean that in God there is any distinction of time between doing His work, and...
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Shepherd My Thoughts: The Verses of Francis P. Donnelly

Francis Patrick Donnelly - American poetry - 1918 - 148 pages
...the heart hopes to hold, He binds "a rainbow about His throne"; And "the street of His City is gold." "God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good" _ _. CYNIC X OU poets scan one star with eager eyes And trace the narrow path its twinklings take Across...
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Michelangelo, the Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Illustrations, Introductory Essays ...

Charles Seymour - Art - 1972 - 243 pages
...own kind, to be your meat: And to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and wherein there is life,...that they may have to feed upon. And it was so done. And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good. And the evening and morning were...
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Spiritual Canticle And Poems

Saint John of the Cross, R.H.J. Steuart - Religion - 1999 - 484 pages
The Spiritual Canticle is one of St John's greatest works. Using the simple metaphor of the spouse and the bride, he sketches a series of dialogues between God and the soul ...
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Problems of Cartesianism

Thomas M. Lennon, John M. Nicholas, John Whitney Davis - Philosophy - 1982 - 253 pages
...start when "in the beginning God created heaven and earth. And the earth was void and empty"? or when "God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good"? Both Descartes and the book of Genesis raise the same question. Both stop telling their story when...
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Spiritual Writings

Saint Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino - Religion - 1989 - 401 pages
...worth and price. The second reason is that they may be good and beautiful, as Moses said most truly, "God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good" (Gn 1:31). All things have that measure which they need to attain the end for which they were made....
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A Summa of the Summa: The Essential Philosophical Passages of St. Thomas ...

Saint Thomas (Aquinas) - Philosophy - 1990 - 539 pages
...FIRST ARTICLE Whether Corporeal Creatures Are from God?45 Objection 2. Further, it is said (Gen 1:31): God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good. But corporeal creatures are evil, since we find them harmful in many ways; as may be seen in serpents,...
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Truth

Thomas Aquinas - Truth - 1994 - 1525 pages
...endowments, since they have been approved by Him as they were, according to the words of Genesis (1:31): "And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good." Then neither is anything added to man's natural gifts on the basis of which he is said to be acceptable...
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