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burning-glass 1
burnings 1
burns 8
burnt 38
burnt-offering 1
burnt-offerings 1
burst 5
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38 army
38 books
38 breaks
38 burnt
38 canonical
38 certainly
38 circle
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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burnt

   Part, Question
1 1, 49 | fire was evil because it burnt the house of a poor ~man. 2 1, 50 | fire was evil because it burnt the house of a poor ~man. 3 2, 48 | fire is soon spent having burnt ~up all the fuel; so too 4 2, 89 | of the house, and can be burnt, while ~the house is saved, 5 2, 89 | fire; "stubble," which is burnt up at ~once; and "hay," 6 2, 102 | Wherefore also they were burnt with ~fire: because it is 7 2, 102 | a ~holocaust, i.e. all burnt." For this kind of sacrifice 8 2, 102 | Wherefore the whole was burnt up: so that as the whole 9 2, 102 | parts: ~for one part was burnt; while the other was granted 10 2, 102 | priest, the ~whole victim was burnt up. For it was not fitting 11 2, 102 | parts: for one part was burnt in honor of God; another 12 2, 102 | God, while the fat was ~burnt upon the altar (Lev. 9:9, 13 2, 102 | poured out, and the fat burnt up in His honor. ~Fourthly, 14 2, 102 | sacrifices: because ~all were burnt in honor of God, and nothing 15 2, 102 | sweet-smelling incense was burnt, signifying the holiness ~ 16 2, 102 | Cf. Heb. 9:13] which was ~burnt, were unclean, since they 17 2, 102 | evening"; likewise he that burnt her; and he that gathered 18 2, 102 | and such garments to ~be burnt, in order to avoid all occasion 19 2, 102 | multitude of sins, ~it was all burnt outside the camp. Moreover, 20 2, 102 | idols. Likewise it was burnt by fire, either because 21 2, 102 | altogether; just as the cow was burnt "with her skin and ~her 22 2, 102 | Incarnation of Christ ~should be burnt with fire, i.e. they should 23 2, 102 | offered up ~for sin had to be burnt, to denote the destruction 24 2, 102 | They were ~not, however, burnt on the altar: since none 25 2, 102 | none but holocausts were burnt ~thereon; but it was prescribed 26 2, 102 | prescribed that they should be burnt without the ~camp, in detestation 27 2, 102 | Passion. Their bodies were burnt without the camp, because " 28 2, 102 | contracted by those who burnt these ~sacrifices, the reason 29 2, 102 | and because it used to ~be burnt in honor of God; and, again, 30 2, 102 | them good luck: or they burnt them for the purpose of ~ 31 2, 83 | animals were ~slain and burnt, the bread is broken, eaten, 32 2, 102 | mover; thus wood is not burnt by fire if ~a stronger force 33 2, 145 | temple of Jerusalem was burnt down by ~Nabuchodonosor ( 34 3, 22 | because ~the victim was wholly burnt, as we read in the first 35 3, 29 | her ~father, she shall be burnt with fire."~Aquin.: SMT 36 3, 46 | the entire multitude ~were burnt outside the camp, as commanded 37 Suppl, 13| shall not be enough for a burnt offering [*Vulg.: 'Libanus 38 Suppl, 13| the beasts thereof for a burnt offering']." Therefore ~


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