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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | declared by the ~Apostle: "Star differs from star in glory" ( 2 1, 12 | Apostle: "Star differs from star in glory" (1 Cor. 15:41).~ 3 1, 19 | For it may happen that a star is ~hindered from producing 4 1, 26 | according to 1 Cor. 15:41: "Star differeth from star in glory." 5 1, 26 | 41: "Star differeth from star in glory." But ~nothing 6 1, 107 | and much more so than any star, though this be hidden from 7 2, 98 | image of your idols, ~the star of your god, which you made 8 2, 56 | evening or the morning star." But, even if we speak 9 2, 170 | found in Num. 24:17: "A star shall rise out of Jacob, 10 3, 36 | manifestations;~(7) Of the star by means of which His birth 11 3, 36 | nativity ~by means of the star.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 12 3, 36 | to the ~Magi through the star. Much more, therefore, should 13 3, 36 | means of the angels ~and the star?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 14 3, 36 | the Magi by means of the star. For this seems to favor 15 3, 36 | should be announced by a star.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 16 3, 36 | made known thereby. But a star does not seem to be a certain 17 3, 36 | suitably announced by a ~star.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 18 3, 36 | was revealed by means of a star to the Magi, who ~were wont 19 3, 36 | by the ~rising of a new star stimulated" to seek Christ, 20 3, 36 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The star which manifested Christ' 21 3, 36 | happened in the case of the star which made known the birth 22 3, 36 | Seth, referring to this star ~and to the presents to 23 3, 36 | for ~the rising of this star, twelve men being appointed 24 3, 36 | subsequently perceived the star containing the ~figure of 25 3, 36 | Balaam," who said, "'A ~star shall rise out of Jacob.' 26 3, 36 | Wherefore observing this star to be a ~stranger to the 27 3, 36 | through the angels" ~that the star was a sign of the birth 28 3, 36 | about the apparition of the star ~seen by the Magi. For Chrysostom ( 29 3, 36 | cxxxi, cxxxii), say that the star was seen by the Magi ~during 30 3, 36 | were already born when the star appeared, according as he 31 3, 36 | But others say that the star first appeared when Christ 32 3, 36 | as soon as they saw the star, and accomplished a ~journey 33 3, 36 | illusory appearance of the ~star, and not finding the child, 34 3, 36 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the star which appeared to the Magi 35 3, 36 | It would seem that the star which appeared to the Magi 36 3, 36 | clothes, suddenly a new star shines forth in ~the heavens." 37 3, 36 | heavens." Therefore the star which appeared to the Magi 38 3, 36 | angels, to the Magi by a star. ~A heavenly tongue speaks 39 3, 36 | heaven. Therefore also the star which appeared to the ~Magi 40 3, 36 | to the ~Magi was really a star from the heavens.~Aquin.: 41 3, 36 | approaching death. But this star was a sign of the King's ~ 42 3, 36 | Jews? For we have seen His star in the east." Therefore 43 3, 36 | it seems ~that it was a star from the heavens.~Aquin.: 44 3, 36 | by the Creator; but this star was a stranger to the ~heavens, 45 3, 36 | many reasons, that the star which appeared to the Magi 46 3, 36 | First, because no other star approaches from the ~same 47 3, 36 | the ~same quarter as this star, whose course was from north 48 3, 36 | but also at midday: and no star can do this, not even the 49 3, 36 | continue their journey the star ~moved on; when they had 50 3, 36 | when they had to stop the star stood still; as happened 51 3, 36 | written (Mt. 2:9) that "the star which they had seen in the 52 3, 36 | Magi, "We have seen His star in the ~east," are to be 53 3, 36 | they were in the east ~the star appeared over the country 54 3, 36 | that when they saw the ~star it was in the east, and 55 3, 36 | does not seem fitting to a star, but "of some power ~endowed 56 3, 36 | visible under the form of a star."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 57 3, 36 | Magi ~under the form of a star. While others say that the 58 3, 36 | shepherds, under the form of a star, appeared ~to the Magi. 59 3, 36 | that it was a newly created star, ~not in the heavens, but 60 3, 36 | the Epiphany (xxxi): "A star of unusual brightness appeared 61 3, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the star did not follow the course 62 3, 36 | they knew by seeing the star that He that was born was ~ 63 3, 36 | guidance ~besides that of the star, saying: "Where is He that 64 3, 36 | the Epiphany (cc.): "The ~star which led the Magi to the 65 3, 36 | both the brightness of the star and the ~authority of prophecy 66 3, 36 | when they no longer saw the star, the Magi, by human instinct, 67 3, 36 | with the testimony of the star alone, they adored: for 68 3, 39 | setting of the ~morning star, but comes forth while the 69 3, 44 | that at His birth a new star appeared in the heavens. ~ 70 3, 44 | little and gaze on the new star in the ~heavens, proclaiming 71 Suppl, 82| says that a dog [*The dog ~star] is in the heavens conveys


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