Ecclesiastes 6:10

Whatever has been is named already, and it is known that this is man: neither may he contend with him that is mightier than he.
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Evagrius Ponticus

AD 399
There are two sorts of names: some names designate those things which by nature have a body; others designate those which by nature are without a body. The names of those with a body designate the characteristics of such a being, such as its size, color and structure.… The names of those without a body reveal a quality of their state of existence, such as their being worthy of praise or condemnation. But if the first class of names is applied in a straightforward manner, such is not the case with the second class. [With the second class] there are two options: the being has the ability of selfdetermination of either to incline toward virtue and honor in its knowledge of the Creator, which is the case with angels, archangels, thrones and dominions; or to incline toward evil and increase in its ignorance of the Creator, as is the case with Satan and any other world ruler of the present darkness. … Let us not ask, “Why was I placed in this body? Or why was I not made an angel? Does not Go...

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
He This is plainly spoken of Christ, whose name was given before he was born; (St. Jerome; Worthington) or men resemble each other in all ages, (chap. i. 9.; Calmet) being proud, fragile

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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