regarding causality is in order here.
For Aquinas, all causes acting in the physical universe were
instrumental and had to be used, as it were, by a primary agent. To assume that all this causation is self-explanatory
is like expecting that a bed will be constructed if only one puts the tools and
materials together "without a carpenter to use them." Aquinas then images God on the model of a
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