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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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burning

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | so, ~thus in the order of burning things, that comes first 2 1, 22 | wood may be prevented from burning, ~by the action of water. 3 1, 43 | like to the flame of the burning bush seen by Moses and to 4 1, 54 | causes passion in it, as burning and cutting; and another ~ 5 1, 66 | taking ethereal to denote the burning of flame, and not as Aristotle ~ 6 1, 67 | or in earthly ~matter is "burning coal." Nor must too much 7 1, 43 | like to the flame of the burning bush seen by Moses and to 8 1, 55 | causes passion in it, as burning and cutting; and another ~ 9 1, 67 | taking ethereal to denote the burning of flame, and not as Aristotle ~ 10 1, 68 | or in earthly ~matter is "burning coal." Nor must too much 11 1, 94 | to be possessed then, as burning concupiscence. But those 12 1, 107 | the Seraphim are called "burning" or "kindling," as ~Dionysius 13 1, 110 | spiritually fervent, and as burning away our vices." This could 14 1, 113 | is the cause of the wood burning. In this way we must ~admit 15 1, 114 | principle. But ~that the burning body should alight on this 16 1, 118 | while one piece of ~wood is burning, other wood is laid on, 17 2, 38 | walking ~barefoot on the burning coals, said: Methinks, I 18 2, 80 | prone to sin: even as ~the burning of wood might be imputed 19 2, 102 | purpose of purification, by burning it ~together with the calf 20 2, 102 | to the flames." To this ~burning were added "cedar-wood, 21 2, 102 | suffering. The ~ashes of this burning were gathered by "a man 22 2, 33 | the one it lays low with burning fires at regular and fixed ~ 23 2, 97 | a sacred person, and for burning or destroying a church, 24 2, 121 | walking barefoot on the burning coal, said that he felt ~ 25 2, 123 | their portion in the ~pool burning with fire and brimstone 26 2, 156 | fill his stomach with ~burning heat?" And thus we have " 27 2, 172 | instance when Jeremias saw the ~burning of the city under the figure 28 3, 18 | absolutely considered shrink from burning, which, ~nevertheless, the 29 3, 44 | might be touched, and ~a burning fire'], and a whirlwind, 30 3, 46 | are mutually exclusive, as burning ~and drowning; for we are 31 3, 54 | the ~water, and the sun's burning ray absorbs it; the former 32 3, 66 | judgment, and by the spirit of burning." Thus, therefore, each 33 3, 79 | compares this ~sacrament to the burning coal which Isaias saw (Is. 34 3, 79 | us, being kindled by the burning coal," i.e. this ~sacrament, " 35 3, 80 | person by ~trial made by burning iron or boiling water; it 36 Suppl, 4 | something, as in the case of burning or ~cutting a wound. Now 37 Suppl, 72| world ~will perish in the burning of worldly flames." Therefore 38 Suppl, 72| elements shall melt with the burning heat." Therefore ~this cleansing 39 Suppl, 72| world will ~perish in the burning of worldly flames." Therefore 40 Suppl, 72| world will ~perish by a burning of worldly flames" (De Civ. 41 Suppl, 72| Civ. Dei. xx, 16). This ~burning is nothing else but the 42 Suppl, 72| shall perish in the ~final burning of the world.~Aquin.: SMT 43 Suppl, 72| elements shall melt with the burning heat of ~fire." Now the 44 Suppl, 72| renewed." Therefore the burning will follow the judgment.~ 45 Suppl, 72| would not be so, if the burning of the world were to come 46 Suppl, 72| Christ judging. Now the burning of the world will precede ~ 47 Suppl, 72| of God." Since then the ~burning of the world is a disposition 48 Suppl, 72| clearly be gathered that this burning, so far as ~it shall cleanse 49 Suppl, 72| whatever fire contains of burning heat and gross matter will 50 Suppl, 94| separated from its power of burning, so that its brightness 51 Suppl, 94| whether of earth, ~as in burning coal, or of air as in the 52 Suppl, 94| fire. Wherefore flame and burning ~coal differ specifically, 53 Suppl, 94| specifically, and likewise burning wood and red-hot iron; nor ~ 54 Appen1, 1| the ~like, or exterior as burning and so forth. Whereas after


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