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Rabi Akiva Eiger's opinion is to say Atta Chonantanu in the first tefila. See his gloss on the Shulchan Aruch beginnin of siman 294.
Beurei Hatefila - page 2 of the article, cites Avudraham's Laws of Birjat Kri'at Shema. Summarizing, he states that in the daytime we ask G-d that He should rescue us at that moment. That explains the use of a verse that contains the word: Go’Aleinu which represents the present tense. At night, we thank G-d that He rescued us that day from an ...
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