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In this chapter, Mani is made to describe five effects of fire, such as the fact that it (1) destroys materials, (2) separates fire, light, ash, and smoke from wood, (3) gives taste to food, (4) helps craftsmen work, and (5) helps people to see (1Ke 166.19-30).

Keywords:fire; Manichaean Kephalaia



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