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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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brightness

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | the text: "Who being the brightness of His ~glory and the figure," 2 1, 35 | and ~again: "Who being the brightness of His glory, and the figure 3 1, 39 | harmony"; and lastly, ~"brightness" or "clarity," whence things 4 1, 57 | angels now. ~Nevertheless the brightness of the body will show forth 5 1, 63 | angels, surpassed them in ~brightness, and was by comparison the 6 1, 66 | its heat, ~but from its brightness. It is to be noticed, however, 7 1, 66 | nature. Or it may have the brightness of glory which differs from 8 1, 66 | differs from mere ~natural brightness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 9 1, 68 | air he calls, from its ~brightness, the ethereal heaven; the 10 1, 39 | harmony"; and lastly, ~"brightness" or "clarity," whence things 11 1, 58 | angels now. ~Nevertheless the brightness of the body will show forth 12 1, 64 | angels, surpassed them in ~brightness, and was by comparison the 13 1, 67 | its heat, ~but from its brightness. It is to be noticed, however, 14 1, 67 | nature. Or it may have the brightness of glory which differs from 15 1, 67 | differs from mere ~natural brightness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 16 1, 69 | air he calls, from its ~brightness, the ethereal heaven; the 17 1, 94 | temperance, ~refulgent with brightness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 18 1, 101 | permeated with the all pervading brightness of a temperate, pure, and ~ 19 1, 107 | the quality of clarity, or brightness; which signifies ~that these 20 2, 86 | privation of the soul's ~brightness in relation to its cause, 21 2, 86 | denotes a blemish in the brightness of the soul, on account 22 2, 86 | parting causes the ~defect of brightness, just as local movement 23 2, 87 | suffered the loss of its brightness, in which the stain consists, 24 2, 102 | profit though an external brightness of ~virtue. The bittern 25 2, 109 | unless it is helped by the ~brightness of light, so, neither can 26 2, 111 | even as greater is the brightness ~of the body that can illuminate 27 2, 111 | the nobler; even as ~the brightness of the sun that enlightens 28 2, 81 | as the air receives the ~brightness of the sun. Wherefore it 29 3, 28 | being "overshadowed" by ~the brightness of the "power of the Most 30 3, 36 | Wherefore also a certain "brightness" (Lk. 2:9) ~accompanied 31 3, 36 | was just born ~was the "Brightness of" the Father's "glory."~ 32 3, 36 | xxxi): "A star of unusual brightness appeared to the three ~Magi 33 3, 36 | light, and kings in the brightness of thy rising." But those 34 3, 36 | faith Him, whom both the brightness of the star and the ~authority 35 3, 45 | became ~white as snow.' Brightness of face and whiteness of 36 3, 45 | that of Christ, just as the brightness of the snow is ~surpassed 37 3, 54 | ad Dioscor. ~cxviii), the brightness or splendor of a glorified 38 3, 54 | in ~its color without its brightness. And it was in this way 39 3, 55 | the manifestation of His brightness would have hindered ~considerably: 40 3, 55 | His majesty; and ~this the brightness of the body specially indicates. 41 3, 55 | the disciples His glory by brightness, but after ~the Resurrection 42 3, 63 | Heb. 1:3: "Who being the ~brightness of His glory and the figure," 43 3, 83 | said to be risen when ~the brightness of his beams appears. Accordingly 44 Suppl, 88| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the brightness of the heavenly bodies will 45 Suppl, 88| It would seem that the brightness of the heavenly bodies will 46 Suppl, 88| receiving an increase of brightness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 47 Suppl, 88| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the brightness of the heavenly bodies, 48 Suppl, 88| after the resurrection, ~the brightness of the sun will be of no 49 Suppl, 88| day, ~neither shall the brightness of the moon enlighten thee," 50 Suppl, 88| in ~it." Therefore their brightness will not be increased.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 88| shine out with ~greater brightness. Therefore its brightness 52 Suppl, 88| brightness. Therefore its brightness will be bettered and will ~ 53 Suppl, 88| something by it. Therefore their brightness will increase thereby, since ~ 54 Suppl, 88| especially as regards their ~brightness. But to what degree and 55 Suppl, 88| cause of ~generation, its brightness will remain, while its movement 56 Suppl, 88| renewed by an addition of brightness?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 57 Suppl, 88| receiving ~some kind of brightness. For just as light is a 58 Suppl, 88| renewed by an increase of ~brightness, so ought the elements to 59 Suppl, 88| seem to be an obstacle to brightness, ~since a bright body needs 60 Suppl, 88| seems incompatible with brightness, and in like manner the ~ 61 Suppl, 88| renewed by the addition of ~brightness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 62 Suppl, 88| will not be endowed with brightness in this renewal, nor for ~ 63 Suppl, 88| 4: Further, increase of brightness in the elements implies 64 Suppl, 88| therefore at this renewal the brightness of the ~elements be greater 65 Suppl, 88| universe should be devoid of brightness, were to be endowed with ~ 66 Suppl, 88| were to be endowed with ~brightness, the perfection of the universe 67 Suppl, 88| renewed by an increase of brightness. ~Therefore the earth and 68 Suppl, 88| glorified by the addition of ~brightness when man is glorified. Now 69 Suppl, 88| themselves should be endowed with brightness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 70 Suppl, 88| perfected chiefly as regards brightness. Hence all the elements 71 Suppl, 88| clothed with a certain brightness, not equally, however, but 72 Suppl, 88| clothed with the glory of brightness, without prejudice to its 73 Suppl, 88| will not be glorified with brightness in the ~infernal regions; 74 Suppl, 88| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This brightness will be in these bodies 75 Suppl, 89| not be seen, but a certain brightness, as it were ~a radiance 76 Suppl, 89| account of its surpassing brightness, remains ~undemonstrated 77 Suppl, 94| that "by God's might the brightness of the fire will ~be separated 78 Suppl, 94| of burning, so that its brightness will ~conduce to the joy 79 Suppl, 94| same happens also ~when its brightness is obscured by thick smoke.


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