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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incorruptibility

   Part, Question
1 1, 50 | Of their immortality or incorruptibility.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 2 1, 50 | Para. 2/2~A token of this incorruptibility can be gathered from its 3 1, 61 | xiii) proves the soul's ~incorruptibility by the fact that the mind 4 1, 66 | same. But the fact of the ~incorruptibility of some bodies was ascribed 5 1, 76 | sensibility does not give incorruptibility, yet it cannot ~deprive 6 1, 76 | deprive intellectuality of its incorruptibility.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 7 1, 51 | Of their immortality or incorruptibility.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 8 1, 51 | Para. 2/2~A token of this incorruptibility can be gathered from its 9 1, 62 | xiii) proves the soul's ~incorruptibility by the fact that the mind 10 1, 67 | same. But the fact of the ~incorruptibility of some bodies was ascribed 11 1, 75 | sensibility does not give incorruptibility, yet it cannot ~deprive 12 1, 75 | deprive intellectuality of its incorruptibility.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 13 1, 92 | God is found in the soul's incorruptibility; for corruptible and ~incorruptible 14 1, 96 | corruption; and this is called ~incorruptibility of glory; because as Augustine 15 1, 96 | are founded on natural ~incorruptibility and immortality.~Aquin.: 16 1, 96 | of life could not ~give incorruptibility or immortality.~Aquin.: 17 1, 101 | body had a disposition to incorruptibility, but ~because in his soul 18 1, 101 | for man as regards the ~incorruptibility of the primitive state. 19 1, 101 | primitive state. Now this incorruptibility was ~man's, not by nature, 20 1, 112 | are related differently to incorruptibility. For men are not ~only incorruptible 21 2, 85 | soul, in ~respect of its incorruptibility is adapted to its end, which 22 2, 85 | gave the body a certain incorruptibility, as was stated in the FP, 23 2, 159 | written (1 Pt. 3:4): "In the incorruptibility of a quiet ~and meek spirit."~ 24 3, 4 | this does not befit the incorruptibility of ~their nature nor the 25 3, 14 | health" (i.e. the vigor of incorruptibility). Therefore the body of ~ 26 3, 39 | clothed with the ~garment of incorruptibility" - namely, grace. And though 27 3, 72 | and because it confers ~incorruptibility: hence it is written (Ecclus. 28 3, 77 | blood, which owing to its ~incorruptibility suffers neither increase 29 Suppl, 80| with the impassibility and incorruptibility of a ~glorified body. Moreover, 30 Suppl, 80| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The incorruptibility of a glorified body does 31 Suppl, 83| two aforesaid modes ~of incorruptibility will be united together 32 Suppl, 83| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This incorruptibility will result from nature, 33 Suppl, 88| the state of corruption to incorruptibility ~and to a state of everlasting


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