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thrones

   Part, Question
1 1, 61 | ages, in which the Angels, Thrones, Dominations, and the ~other 2 1, 63 | orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed to ~ 3 1, 62 | ages, in which the Angels, Thrones, Dominations, and the ~other 4 1, 64 | orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed to ~ 5 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, Thrones are seats. But from the 6 1, 107 | not to be any order of "Thrones" besides the "Cherubim" 7 1, 107 | Ezech. 1 (Cf. 10:15,20); "Thrones" in Col. 1:16; "Dominations," ~" 8 1, 107 | OBJ 6: The order of the "Thrones" excels the inferior orders 9 1, 107 | the gift belonging to the "Thrones" does not include the ~other 10 1, 107 | and so the order of the "Thrones" is distinguished from the ~ 11 1, 107 | vii) explains ~the name "Thrones" by its relation to material 12 1, 107 | the angels who are called "Thrones" are raised up to the ~immediate 13 1, 107 | it is. But the ~order of "Thrones" is the nearest to God; 14 1, 107 | Therefore the order of the "Thrones" is the highest.~Aquin.: 15 1, 107 | Cherubim" as the middle, the ~"Thrones" as the last; in the middle 16 1, 107 | highest, he ~says: "Whether Thrones, or Dominations, or Principalities, 17 1, 107 | Seraphim," "Cherubim," and "Thrones"; ~and he places in the 18 1, 107 | first hierarchy; for the "Thrones" ~are raised up so as to 19 1, 107 | hierarchy can be called the ~"Thrones"; as, from what is common 20 1, 107 | hierarchy is that of the "Thrones," who in ~their own order 21 1, 107 | Dominations"; for the "Thrones," ~according to Gregory ( 22 1, 107 | designated by the name of the ~"Thrones," belongs also to the "Cherubim" 23 1, 108 | called ~"Seraphim," or "Thrones," or "Dominations." Therefore 24 1, 108 | charity; and ~the name "Thrones" from the Divine indwelling; 25 2, 50 | called: "Fire-bearers and Thrones and Outpouring ~of Wisdom, 26 2, 84 | God hath overturned the thrones of proud princes"; indeed 27 Suppl, 86| angelic orders is that of the ~Thrones, which would seem to pertain 28 Suppl, 86| Reply OBJ 2: The name of Thrones is given to angels in reference 29 Suppl, 87| Dan. 7:9): "I beheld till thrones were ~placed and the Ancient 30 Suppl, 87| Ancient of days sat." Now the thrones signify judicial ~power, 31 Suppl, 95| are risen up from their thrones," ~says: "The wicked are


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