3 (" effulgence of the [Shekinah] glory").
effulgence of the glory " of God, the " very image of his substance.
effulgence of the sun.
The Dream of Herod traces an evolution from dark, brooding introspection to dawning effulgence.
In the events which ended in the emancipation of the A erican colonies from the monarchy, Burke's political genius shonwith an effulgence that was worthy of the great affairs over w ich it shed so magnificent an illumination.
In the Wisdom of Solomon it is the sharer of God's throne (71-6.pfapos), the effulgence of the eternal light and the outflow of His glory (Wisd.
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