Thomas Aquinas and the 13th century

https://youtu.be/_ILS5MaI8xc

While the 12th century was focused on feudalism and in the 13th century as the Crusaders came back home and Europe had accumulated much wealth and there was a focus on creating and populating towns.

Genesis 13 showed that as Abram and Lot grew rich there was no room for both Abram and Lot in the land of Canaan. Then Lot decided to settle in Sodom which looked like the garden of Eden but the men were corrupt.

The 13th book 1Chronicles was focused on many cities/towns/suburbs.

The 13th Epistle is Philemon.

Acts 13:13 (KJV)
Now when Paul and his company loosed from Paphos, they came to Perga in Pamphylia: and John departing from them returned to Jerusalem.

1Corinthians 13 says ?believeth all things? although I wonder to what extent the verse is referring to because the #13 also points out to false prophets (Revelation 13, Acts 13, Deuteronomy 13, Zechariah 13, Revelation 16:13 - Zechariah, being the 16th prophetic book 13th chapter mentioned the passing out of the false prophets and Revelation 16:13 is the passing out of the false prophets as well).