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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | on, when certain errors rose up, another council ~[*Council 2 2, 1 | another in seeing that He rose again from the dead, wherefore 3 2, 1 | two sons, that a dead man ~rose again at the touch of Eliseus' 4 2, 113 | Prov. 31:28, "Her children rose up ~and called her blessed: 5 2, 161 | forbidden fruit, her pride rose to the height of desiring 6 2, 166 | eat and drink, and ~they rose up to play.'" Therefore 7 2, 166 | eat and drink, and they rose up to ~play."~Aquin.: SMT 8 3, 13 | the tomb, and afterwards rose again." But power is said 9 3, 21 | according to Rm. 4:25: "He ~rose again for our justification." 10 3, 37 | died when He ~died, and rose again when Christ rose from 11 3, 37 | and rose again when Christ rose from the dead, so were we ~ 12 3, 44 | commenting on Mt. ~9:9, "He rose up and followed Him," says: " 13 3, 50 | Christ be preached that ~He rose again from the dead, how 14 3, 50 | more or delivered by Him, rose again from the dead on ~ 15 3, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Christ rose from the tomb by Divine 16 3, 51 | the night, even so Christ rose in the night, ~taking away 17 3, 51 | Sunday, on which the Lord rose. Even so, the reckoning 18 3, 51 | Consens. Evang. ~iii), Christ rose with the dawn, when light 19 3, 51 | Hom. ~xxi) that Christ rose in the middle of the night, 20 3, 53 | Christ be preached that He rose ~from the dead, how do some 21 3, 53 | delivered ~up for our sins, and rose again for our justification."~ 22 3, 53 | causes the day. But Christ rose before sunrise: for it is ~ 23 3, 53 | A[4], ad 1,2), Christ rose early ~when the day was 24 3, 53 | natural day. But now that He rose ~early, it can be affirmed 25 3, 53 | can be affirmed that He rose on the third day, even taking 26 3, 53 | the saints who had slept rose again." Therefore Christ 27 3, 53 | because," says the gloss, "He ~rose first in point of time and 28 3, 53 | opinions regarding them who rose with Christ. ~Some hold 29 3, 53 | Christ. ~Some hold that they rose to life so as to die no 30 3, 53 | not risen before our Lord rose." Hence the ~Evangelist 31 3, 53 | seem to think that they rose to die again. In this sense 32 3, 53 | 52,53) says: "As Lazarus rose, so also ~many of the bodies 33 3, 53 | the bodies of the saints rose, that they might bear witness 34 3, 53 | nobler. ~Therefore what rose in Christ could not be the 35 3, 53 | it appears that Christ ~rose again of His own power.~ 36 3, 53 | abandoned: ~and thus Christ rose by His own power. And this 37 3, 54 | Resurrection?~(2) Whether He rose with His complete body?~( 38 3, 54 | it were a body; if what rose from the sepulchre were 39 3, 54 | above (Q[53], A[3]), Christ rose to the immortal ~life of 40 3, 54 | 1~Whether Christ's body rose glorified? [*Some editions 41 3, 54 | 1~Whether Christ's body rose again entire?~Aquin.: SMT 42 3, 54 | kingdom of God." But Christ rose in the glory of the ~kingdom 43 3, 54 | the body of Christ which rose, ascended to heaven. But ~ 44 3, 54 | body of Christ ~when He rose again. Now it is clear that 45 3, 54 | in Christ's body when He rose again; and this also ~integrally, 46 3, 54 | the body of Christ when He rose, "why not the rheum?" that 47 3, 54 | integrity of human nature, rose again with His body: and ~ 48 3, 54 | Further, Christ's body rose entire, as stated above ( 49 3, 54 | which had suffered that rose again." Now ~when the cause 50 3, 55 | according to Rm. 4:25: "He rose again for our ~justification." 51 3, 55 | spirit." Since, then, Christ rose by a ~glorious Resurrection, 52 3, 55 | and ~the glory of Him who rose. Now in order to manifest 53 3, 55 | lest it might seem ~that He rose unto the same life as before. 54 3, 55 | crucified was the same as He who rose again." And on this ~account " 55 3, 55 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Christ rose again gloriously, that is, 56 3, 55 | Dial. lxv, Qq.): "Our Lord ~rose in clarified flesh; yet 57 3, 55 | before He died for us and rose again ~the disciples could 58 3, 55 | says, and ~who afterwards rose so as to be seen standing, 59 3, 56 | risen again as soon as He rose.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 60 3, 56 | cause, because ~when Christ rose He was no longer a wayfarer, 61 3, 56 | Christ be preached, that He ~rose again from the dead," the 62 3, 56 | according to which He rose again, is as it were the 63 3, 56 | not on the part of Him who rose ~again, who needs no exemplar, 64 3, 56 | Apostle says (Rm. 4:25): "He rose again for our ~justification," 65 3, 56 | to take them away, "and rose again for our justification." ~ 66 3, 57 | befitted Christ when He rose to ~immortal life, nevertheless 67 3, 57 | was not as man that He rose to equality with the Father; 68 3, 59 | this end Christ died and rose again; that He ~might be 69 3, 62 | according to Rm. 4:25: ~"(Who) rose again for our justification." 70 3, 66 | Christ, Who on the third day rose again ~from the dead. For 71 3, 75 | for the body, in which He rose again, must be in one place; 72 3, 83 | the night, since our Lord rose in the night, that is, " 73 3, 89 | would not be ~true if he rose again to lesser virtue. 74 Suppl, 71| not ~pardoned if Christ rose not again, because in Baptism 75 Suppl, 72| the waters of the deluge rose to a height which can ~be 76 Suppl, 72| seqq.) that if Christ ~rose again, we also shall rise 77 Suppl, 73| where it is said that He "rose ~again for our justification." 78 Suppl, 74| fathers of the Old Testament rose again when ~Christ rose, 79 Suppl, 74| rose again when ~Christ rose, according to Mt. 27:52: " 80 Suppl, 74| of the world - or really rose ~again to immortal life, 81 Suppl, 74| writers of history. For none rose again with a true resurrection 82 Suppl, 77| s resurrection His blood rose again, else the wine ~would 83 Suppl, 78| OTC Para. 2/3~Now Christ rose again of youthful age, which 84 Suppl, 80| On the contrary, our Lord rose again with a glorified body; 85 Suppl, 87| this end Christ died and rose again, that ~He might be


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