Pillar of Fire
Pillar of Fire can refer to
  • Pillar of Fire (theophany)
    Pillar of Fire (theophany)
    A Pillar of Fire was one of the manifestations of the presence of the God of Israel in the Torah. According to Exodus, the pillar of fire provided light so that Jews could travel by night during the Exodus from Egypt . The pillar of fire is traditionally paired with the manifestation of the divine...

    , a manifestation of God in the Tanakh
  • Pillar of Fire Church
    Pillar of Fire Church
    The Pillar of Fire International is a Christian organization founded in Denver, Colorado in 1901 by Alma White, with headquarters in Zarephath, New Jersey. The Pillar of Fire was originally incorporated as the Pentecostal Union, but changed its name to distance itself from Pentecostalism in 1915...

    , a religious community in Zarephath, New Jersey
  • Pillar of Fire (novel) by Judith Tarr
  • Pillar of Fire (ballet) by Antony Tudor
    Antony Tudor
    Antony Tudor was an English ballet choreographer, teacher and dancer.-Biography:Tudor, born William Cook, discovered dance accidentally. He began dancing professionally with Marie Rambert in 1928, becoming general assistant for her Ballet Club the next year...

  • Pillar of Fire (documentary)
    Pillar of Fire (documentary)
    Pillar of Fire is a mini series documentary of the Israel Broadcasting Authority , named after the Pillar of Fire, the biblical phenomena which led the ancient Israelites to the Promised Land during their exodus from Egypt...

     A documented mini series on the History of Zionism and Israel's Rebirth
  • A short story and play by Ray Bradbury
    Ray Bradbury
    Ray Douglas Bradbury is an American fantasy, horror, science fiction, and mystery writer. Best known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 and for the science fiction stories gathered together as The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man , Bradbury is one of the most celebrated among 20th...

  • A former military laser project now known as the Nautilus laser
  • A sculpture of stylized flames by Egon Weiner at the site of origin of the Great Chicago Fire
    Great Chicago Fire
    The Great Chicago Fire was a conflagration that burned from Sunday, October 8, to early Tuesday, October 10, 1871, killing hundreds and destroying about in Chicago, Illinois. Though the fire was one of the largest U.S...

    of 1871.
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