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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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splendor

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | and thinks, as light and splendor;" ~which is the first kind. " 2 1, 34 | co-eternal, He is ~called the Splendor; to show that He is altogether 3 1, 39 | which is the ~light and splendor of the intellect, as Damascene 4 1, 42 | council of Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~tell thee that the co-eternal 5 1, 61 | from its heat, but from its splendor; ~and which was filled with 6 1, 66 | but as congruous, that the splendor without may correspond to ~ 7 1, 67 | says (De Fide ii) that "Splendor" is among ~those things 8 1, 68 | solely on account of its splendor: so this ~other heaven will 9 1, 39 | which is the ~light and splendor of the intellect, as Damascene 10 1, 42 | council of Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~tell thee that the co-eternal 11 1, 62 | from its heat, but from its splendor; ~and which was filled with 12 1, 67 | but as congruous, that the splendor without may correspond to ~ 13 1, 68 | says (De Fide ii) that "Splendor" is among ~those things 14 1, 69 | solely on account of its splendor: so this ~other heaven will 15 2, 68 | shone with the greatest splendor. Yet neither does this ~ 16 3, 23 | Now man is likened to ~the splendor of the Eternal Son by reason 17 3, 31 | defiled: much more can the Splendor of ~eternal light cleanse 18 3, 41 | not only of the beauty and splendor of ~material things, but 19 3, 44 | Him," says: "Such was the splendor and ~majesty of His hidden 20 3, 44 | surpass the works of nature in splendor and usefulness." ~Likewise 21 3, 54 | cxviii), the brightness or splendor of a glorified body is after 22 3, 54 | colored ~glass derives its splendor from the sun's radiance, 23 3, 54 | in his ~power whether its splendor be seen or not. Accordingly 24 3, 69 | clearness it signifies the splendor of ~grace and virtues.~Aquin.: 25 Suppl, 81| but rather does it receive splendor therefrom), but as ~being 26 Suppl, 88| more splendid ~robes, which splendor the robes nowise merited


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