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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impassibility

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | let the ~Word announce the impassibility of His birth; let the name 2 1, 42 | let the ~Word announce the impassibility of His birth; let the name 3 1, 96 | immortality to everyone; impassibility, glory, and power to ~the 4 2, 81 | 2, ad 4, immortality and impassibility, ~in the original state, 5 2, 85 | to the ~immortality and impassibility of glory, which was begun 6 2, 85 | order that we may merit the ~impassibility of glory, in conformity 7 2, 17 | to hope for the glory of ~impassibility and immortality, yet not 8 3, 45 | farther on (XP, Q[82]), viz. impassibility, agility, subtlety, and ~ 9 3, 45 | closed womb of the Virgin; of impassibility, when He ~escaped unhurt 10 3, 45 | clarity and not as to that of impassibility.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 11 3, 46 | is ~clear that even if by impassibility Adam had suffered in the 12 3, 69 | be raised up to a life of impassibility. Hence the Apostle ~says ( 13 3, 69 | baptized for the ~sake of impassibility in the present life, and 14 3, 81 | the Transfiguration; and ~impassibility at the Last Supper, when 15 3, 81 | above opinion regarding impassibility is ~inadmissible. For it 16 Suppl, 75| to be ~transferred to the impassibility of the resurrection, than 17 Suppl, 79| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPASSIBILITY OF THE BODIES OF THE BLESSED 18 Suppl, 79| rise again, ~and (1) the impassibility of their bodies; (2) their 19 Suppl, 79| impassible?~(3) Whether this impassibility renders the glorious bodies?~( 20 Suppl, 79| The reason however of this impassibility is assigned differently 21 Suppl, 79| Moreover, according to this, impassibility could not be one of their ~ 22 Suppl, 79| property of glory, such as the impassibility ~of a glorified body, since 23 Suppl, 79| suffering." Now the gift of impassibility consists in ~immunity from 24 Suppl, 79| to be more or less. Now ~impassibility is a negation or privation 25 Suppl, 79| others. Therefore, since ~impassibility is a reward, it would seem 26 Suppl, 79| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, impassibility is condivided with the gift 27 Suppl, 79| Therefore ~neither will impassibility be equal in all.~Aquin.: 28 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Impassibility may be considered in two 29 Suppl, 79| there is a greater cause of impassibility.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] A[ 30 Suppl, 79| This gloss is speaking of impassibility in itself and not ~in relation 31 Suppl, 79| increases. ~Consequently impassibility also is greater in one subject 32 Suppl, 79| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether impassibility excludes actual sensation 33 Suppl, 79| OBJ 1: It would seem that impassibility excludes actual sensation 34 Suppl, 79| bodies, by ~reason of their impassibility, will not be subject to 35 Suppl, 79| spiritual change. Wherefore the impassibility of glorified bodies does ~ 36 Suppl, 79| which by reason ~of their impassibility are immune from natural 37 Suppl, 80| be incompatible with the impassibility and incorruptibility of 38 Suppl, 82| alteration incompatible with ~its impassibility. Hence there is no comparison 39 Suppl, 83| the unchangeableness and impassibility of glory."~Aquin.: SMT XP 40 Appen1, 1| on account of the gift of impassibility ~(as in the blessed) or 41 Appen1, 1| either have the ~gift of impassibility, and thus will be glorious, 42 Appen1, 1| capability of suffering; hence ~impassibility in them will be a gift,


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