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Of the Complacency and Delight of Deity in himself, 367. to-milms Book III. Of
Creation in general, 375. Creation of Angeli, 384. Creation of Man, 393,
Providence of God, 406. Confirmation of the Elect Angels, 444. Fall of the Non-
elect Angels, ...
OF CREATION IN GENERAL . Having considered the internal and eternal acts of
the divine mind , and the transactions of the divine Persons with each other in
eternity ; I proceed to consider the external acts and works of God , or his goings
mediate and immediate ; mediate creation is the production of beings , by the
power of God , out of pre - existent matter ... which , at his command , the waters
brought forth abundantly ; and he created man , , male and female ; and yet man ,
Plato " owns , that God is the Cause , or Author of those things , which before
were not in being , or created all things out of nothing II . The object of creation ,
all things , nothing excepted in the whole com . pass of finite nature ; Thou hast ...
FROM ROM considering the creation in general , 1 descend to particulars ; not to
all the creatures that are made ; to treat of ... which are said to be created by God ;
and among these must be the angels : besides , Moses , in closing the account ...
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