American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bonaventure, Saint. Originally Giovanni di Fidanza. Known as "the Seraphic Doctor.” 1217?-1274. Italian theologian and philosopher who taught that the goal of all the arts and sciences is the direct contemplation of God.
“Because, if Bonaventure is right, then revelation precedes Scripture and becomes deposited in Scripture but is not simply identical with it.”
“What was it that Ratzinger found in Bonaventure that aroused such controversy?”
“The thesis is titled Theology of History in Bonaventure, and is also available from Ignatius Press.”
“Marianna Bonaventure is tracking three missing scientists suspected of involvement in weapons of mass destruction research.”
“After a bit of confusion with the one way streets, we finally located the fabboo Westin Bonaventure Hotel where we were booked for two nights.”
“Hieronymous 'descendant Roxanne Bonaventure is the protagonist of Roberson's excellent book Here, There & Everywhere.”
“St. Bonaventure is a small catholic school in Ventura, and sometimes it gets knocked because of the lesser competition it faces.”
“These two works set the Order on a moderate course that lasted for centuries and led Franciscans to call Bonaventure their “second founder.””
“The Bonaventure is a location featured in two of Cameron's movies - True Lies and Strange Days.”
“Apollo College of Nursing: 'Bonaventure' - College and Hostel Day, Ayanambakkam, 9 a.m. New Boag Road (West) Civic Exnora: Discussion on civic problems, 79, New Boag Rd.,”
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