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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | addition directed against rising heresies. Hence in ~the 2 1, 57 | namely in the bliss of those rising from the dead, "one ~shall 3 1, 68 | or corrupted, through the rising and ~setting of the stars, 4 1, 58 | namely in the bliss of those rising from the dead, "one ~shall 5 1, 69 | or corrupted, through the rising and ~setting of the stars, 6 1, 101 | mentions four rivers as rising in paradise ~(Gn. 2:10). 7 1, 106 | is fitting that our mind, rising above the properties of ~ 8 2, 61 | neglecting the body and rising to heavenly things; and 9 2, 74 | deliberately considered that a rising movement of passion is inordinate, ~ 10 2, 89 | higher. Because the sudden rising ~of a movement of the sensuality 11 2, 89 | to reason: and the sudden rising of a movement of ~reason 12 2, 102 | they adored towards the rising of the sun." ~Accordingly, 13 2, 109 | think that the complete rising from sin precedes the ~enlightenment 14 2, 15 | thy ~journey, sleeping and rising." Therefore the precepts 15 2, 145 | which Christ restored by rising from the dead, and so the 16 2, 187 | prescribed, no fasts, no ~rising at midnight. Afterwards 17 3 | bliss ~of eternal life by rising again, it is necessary, 18 3, 22 | stated Rm. 6:9: "Christ rising again from the dead, dieth ~ 19 3, 26 | He ~showed in Himself by rising again; and that He might 20 3, 27 | written Wis. ~7:25), "nor the rising of the dawning of the day," 21 3, 27 | of the flesh of ~Christ rising again, none obtained immortality 22 3, 36 | God . . . gave" Christ rising again "to be made manifest, 23 3, 36 | Malachi 1:11): "From the ~rising of the sun even to the going 24 3, 36 | by the stars, are by the ~rising of a new star stimulated" 25 3, 36 | watched attentively for ~the rising of this star, twelve men 26 3, 36 | in the brightness of thy rising." But those who walk ~in 27 3, 46 | Thirdly, that by dying and rising ~at an early age Christ 28 3, 49 | of My Passion - "and My rising ~up." Secondly, as to His 29 3, 50 | God." ~Fifthly, that by rising from the dead, and manifesting 30 3, 50 | instill into us the hope of rising from the ~dead. Hence the 31 3, 51 | Secondly, because by Christ's rising from the grave, to ~them 32 3, 51 | grave, hope is given of rising again through Him, ~according 33 3, 51 | hindered from ~going forth by rising again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 34 3, 51 | furnish men with the hope of rising likewise from the grave. ~ 35 3, 51 | returned to dust the hope of rising from the dust.~Aquin.: SMT 36 3, 51 | bounds. Consequently, His rising from the grave was a ~sufficient 37 3, 51 | gates of hell." But after rising He was not in the tomb. ~ 38 3, 53 | the quality of the Person rising; (3) the ~manifestation 39 3, 53 | iv): "Resurrection is the rising again ~of an animate being, 40 3, 53 | humiliation and Passion, "and my rising up," i.e. My ~glorification 41 3, 53 | Godhead is confirmed by His rising again, because, according 42 3, 53 | and further on; "Christ rising from ~the dead dieth now 43 3, 53 | so was He glorified in rising again in order to ~advance 44 3, 53 | the third day, since ~our rising is put off until the end 45 3, 53 | it seems that ~Christ's rising ought not to have been deferred 46 3, 53 | seems to start with the rising of the sun, the presence ~ 47 3, 53 | interval ~between His death and rising. For if He had risen directly 48 3, 53 | death, it was enough for His rising to be deferred until the 49 3, 53 | 2/3~Furthermore, by His rising on the third day, the perfection 50 3, 53 | which Christ inaugurated by rising again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 51 3, 53 | and partaking of Christ's rising we might hear this - 'once 52 3, 53 | Further, as Christ by His own rising is the cause of our ~resurrection, 53 3, 53 | them who rise, because by rising He was the first to attain 54 3, 53 | according to Rm. 6:9: "Christ rising from the dead dieth now 55 3, 53 | descended, was not in that rising of the just, if an ~eternal 56 3, 53 | the just, if an ~eternal rising was conferred upon them. 57 3, 53 | not the cause of his own rising. ~But Christ was raised 58 3, 53 | was not the cause of His rising again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 59 3, 54 | OF THE QUALITY OF CHRIST RISING AGAIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 60 3, 54 | consider the quality of the rising Christ, which presents ~ 61 3, 54 | according to Rm. 6:9: "Christ rising from the dead, dieth now 62 3, 55 | were the first to see Him rising in glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP 63 3, 55 | written (Mk. 16:9): The Lord "rising early the ~first day of 64 3, 55 | Hier. iv). But ~Christ on rising did not return to the familiar 65 3, 55 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Christ rising from the dead did not at 66 3, 55 | show forth His ~glory in rising again. But the condition 67 3, 55 | had become much nobler by rising again." And ~therefore He 68 3, 56 | Resurrection is the cause of bodies rising, nevertheless it does ~not 69 3, 56 | must be ~conformed with the rising Christ: as the Apostle says ( 70 3, 56 | newness of life": and as He, "rising again from the dead, dieth ~ 71 3, 57 | heaven ~immediately after rising again, for He said after 72 3, 59 | the glory of the body in ~rising was due to Christ not only 73 3, 76 | concomitance. But since "Christ rising from the dead dieth now 74 3, 83 | yet dark, before the sun's rising was manifest."~Aquin.: SMT 75 3, 84 | Jesus Christ suffering and rising again that this sacrament 76 3, 86 | perfect health, so that ~"rising she ministered to them" ( 77 Suppl, 71| resurrection is the cause of our rising again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 78 Suppl, 72| vapors or any smoke whatever rising from the earth cannot ~pierce 79 Suppl, 72| time; for the saints in ~rising again will assume a glorified 80 Suppl, 72| and soul, since "Christ rising again from ~the dead dieth 81 Suppl, 72| are conformed to Christ rising ~again; wherefore the Apostle 82 Suppl, 72| be conformed ~to Christ rising again who have borne His 83 Suppl, 73| resurrection, but as God and man rising again, He ~is the proximate 84 Suppl, 73| others by means of Christ-man rising again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 85 Suppl, 73| Phys. ~vii, 2). Now Christ rising again is the univocal cause 86 Suppl, 74| conformably to ~Christ Who "rising again from the dead dieth 87 Suppl, 76| Resurrection is the ~second rising of that which has fallen." 88 Suppl, 76| resurrection is a second rising, and the same thing ~rises 89 Suppl, 76| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The soul rising again and the soul living 90 Suppl, 76| follows that the body in rising again ~differs, not in identity, 91 Suppl, 76| Yet the identity of the rising man with the begotten ~man 92 Suppl, 77| perfection of the person rising again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 93 Suppl, 78| be impossible for man in rising again to be of a ~quantity 94 Suppl, 80| so that human bodies in rising again will be like the air 95 Suppl, 82| context where the glory of the rising bodies is compared to the 96 Suppl, 83| in the restoration of the rising body we ~look to its natural 97 Suppl, 84| THE KNOWLEDGE WHICH, AFTER RISING AGAIN, MEN WILL HAVE AT 98 Suppl, 84| knowledge, ~which after rising again, men will have at 99 Suppl, 84| memory. Therefore after rising again one will not ~be cognizant 100 Suppl, 84| seemingly ~the damned after rising again will have no knowledge 101 Suppl, 84| Q[107]]. Therefore after rising again we shall be unable 102 Suppl, 84| unhappiness of each one rising again. Consequently ~through


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