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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fiery

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | again under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the 2 1, 61 | the empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, 3 1, 66 | firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 66 | called the empyrean, i.e. fiery, not from its heat, ~but 5 1, 66 | known ~as sidereal, to be fiery, and therefore called it 6 1, 68 | called ~empyrean, that is, fiery, solely on account of its 7 1, 68 | region of ~fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian 8 1, 70 | teaching that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, and neither 9 1, 43 | again under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the 10 1, 62 | the empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, 11 1, 67 | firmament, but ~the empyrean or fiery heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 67 | called the empyrean, i.e. fiery, not from its heat, ~but 13 1, 67 | known ~as sidereal, to be fiery, and therefore called it 14 1, 69 | called ~empyrean, that is, fiery, solely on account of its 15 1, 69 | region of ~fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian 16 1, 71 | teaching that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, and neither 17 2, 10 | fire's proper ~place is the fiery heaven, i.e. the Empyrean.] 18 2, 162 | indeed, so that there ~was a fiery guard set there by the ministry 19 2, 174 | disciples under the form of fiery tongues, and gave them the 20 2, 178 | Benedict, to wit, "saw a fiery globe in the tower and angels ~ 21 3, 39 | snatched up into heaven in a fiery chariot, as it is related 22 3, 39 | therefore He appeared as a fiery tongue. Hence Augustine ~ 23 3, 44 | such a multitude. For a ~fiery and heavenly light flashed 24 3, 45 | whither he was taken up in the fiery chariot.~Aquin.: SMT TP 25 3, 66 | disciples under the form of fiery ~tongues (Acts 2:3). Or 26 Suppl, 72| fixed stars, will throw out ~fiery tails like comets; on the " 27 Suppl, 72| did the children in the fiery furnace (Dan. 3); although 28 Suppl, 94| of punishment to be in a fiery sphere ~situated, according 29 Appen1, 2| it has contrariety to a ~fiery agent, and because it has


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