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1 1, 1 | as the Apostle from the resurrection of Christ ~argues in proof 2 1, 1 | in proof of the general resurrection (1 Cor. 15). However, it 3 1, 12 | existing in the flesh after the resurrection will see God. Likewise the ~ 4 1, 51 | Hence the Lord after ~His Resurrection ate with His disciples in 5 1, 51 | 2/3~Although after the Resurrection food was not converted into 6 1, 57 | obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, and does not exist at all ~ 7 1, 66 | bodily creation, after the Resurrection, is expected to be. So, ~ 8 1, 52 | Hence the Lord after His Resurrection ate with His disciples in 9 1, 52 | 2/3~Although after the Resurrection food was not converted into 10 1, 58 | obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, and does not exist at all ~ 11 1, 67 | bodily creation, after the Resurrection, is expected to be. So, ~ 12 1, 90 | they will do ~at the last resurrection by collecting the dust.~ 13 1, 96 | requiring food; but after the resurrection he will have a spiritual 14 1, 96 | the final state, after the resurrection, the soul will, to a ~certain 15 1, 96 | spiritual." So, after the ~resurrection, man will not require food; 16 1, 97 | the future state of the resurrection, when men will be like the ~ 17 1, 97 | in his body. After the ~resurrection man will be like an angel, 18 1, 104 | since we all hope ~for the resurrection of the dead, which nevertheless 19 1, 104 | we believe in the future ~resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 20 1, 106 | that, in the state of the resurrection "each ~one's body will not 21 1, 107 | that the children of the resurrection will ~be equal to the angels 22 1, 109 | the dust in the general ~resurrection, or by doing something of 23 1, 116 | there, where after the ~resurrection this Church composed of 24 2, 3 | heaven; because at the ~resurrection, "from the very happiness 25 2, 3 | on when we treat of the resurrection (SS, QQ[82]~-85). But then 26 2, 67 | this life; one before the ~resurrection, during which the soul will 27 2, 67 | body; the ~other, after the resurrection, when the souls will be 28 2, 67 | bodies. In this state of resurrection, the irrational powers will 29 2, 67 | the state preceding the resurrection, the irrational parts ~will 30 2, 74 | suddenly apprehends the resurrection ~of the dead as impossible 31 2, 81 | letter to ~Minerius, on the Resurrection of the Body - Ep. cxix), 32 2, 103 | the ~new creature in the Resurrection of Christ. In like manner 33 2, 103 | of ~Christ's Passion and Resurrection: the feast of Pentecost 34 2, 106 | Christ was glorified in His ~Resurrection and Ascension. Moreover, 35 2, 109 | into a dead body for its resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 36 2, 113 | such matter, as in the ~resurrection of the dead, life is above 37 2, 1 | wherefore the ~article of the Resurrection is distinct from the article 38 2, 1 | proposed to us concerning the resurrection of the dead ~and life everlasting. 39 2, 1 | hell; the fifth, to His ~resurrection; the sixth, to His ascension; 40 2, 1 | glorification into two, viz. the resurrection of the body, and the glory ~ 41 2, 1 | conception and birth, just as the resurrection and life ~everlasting, can 42 2, 2 | sin by the Passion and ~Resurrection, since man had no foreknowledge 43 2, 2 | also as to the Passion and Resurrection, whereby the ~human race 44 2, 12 | credible that after the resurrection they will ~blaspheme God 45 2, 16 | faith, we say: "I expect the resurrection of the dead and the life 46 2, 24 | Mt. 22:30) that "in ~the resurrection . . . men shall be as the 47 2, 35 | concerning the hope and resurrection of ~the dead I am called 48 2, 81 | us, at least before the resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 49 2, 81 | indicate our belief in the resurrection, according to the saying 50 2, 145 | spiritually in Christ's ~Resurrection. Therefore during the five 51 2, 145 | on account of Christ's Resurrection, and on Sundays which commemorate 52 2, 145 | Sundays which commemorate the ~Resurrection, fasts ought to be appointed.~ 53 2, 173 | to the saints after the resurrection, and this ~clearly was not 54 2, 173 | that future life after the resurrection the saints will see ~the 55 2, 173 | A[3], OBJ[2]), after the resurrection, in ~the blessed who see 56 2, 173 | reunion ~with the body in the resurrection of the dead, when this corruptible 57 2, 186 | example. Moreover, after the resurrection, the disciples ~from whom 58 3 | to which we attain by the resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Prologue 59 3, 2 | complete being, ~just as in the resurrection the body comes to the soul 60 3, 11 | dominates it. Hence after the resurrection glory will ~flow from the 61 3, 11 | both before and ~after the resurrection can understand without turning 62 3, 13 | to the angels before the Resurrection, yet after the ~Resurrection 63 3, 13 | Resurrection, yet after the ~Resurrection it was made known to all 64 3, 13 | Philip.]. Hence after the Resurrection our ~Lord says "that all 65 3, 13 | the Divine power, as ~the resurrection of His own body and such 66 3, 21 | prayed for the glory of His Resurrection (Jn. 17:1). ~And this is 67 3, 25 | Christ by the ~glory of the Resurrection. Hence God Himself fittingly 68 3, 27 | This will take place at the resurrection. The other is ~personal 69 3, 28 | that by entering after His Resurrection where the ~disciples were 70 3, 29 | the virginal Birth, the Resurrection of ~our Lord, and the Sacrament 71 3, 36 | Wherefore after His Passion and Resurrection, He ~said to His disciples ( 72 3, 36 | regard to the mystery of the Resurrection it is written (Acts ~10: 73 3, 38 | before His ~Passion and Resurrection. Much less fitting, therefore, 74 3, 44 | happened in ~His Nativity, His Resurrection, and His Ascension.~Aquin.: 75 3, 44 | referring to His Cross . . . and Resurrection . . ~. For it was much more 76 3, 45 | they had seen before His Resurrection; "lest," as ~Jerome says 77 3, 45 | of the dove, so ~in the resurrection will He give His elect the 78 3, 46 | Him when He ~spoke of His resurrection. For how could Christ's 79 3, 49 | all, as to His ~glorious Resurrection: hence it is written (Ps. 80 3, 50 | you say, that there is no ~resurrection from the dead?"~Aquin.: 81 3, 50 | certain relation to the resurrection. And therefore ~the union 82 3, 50 | restored once more in the resurrection ~by the resumed union of 83 3, 50 | of corruption before the ~resurrection: because Christ's body would 84 3, 51 | confirm faith in His death and resurrection. ~Secondly, to commend the 85 3, 51 | 27:60, "lest after the resurrection it might be pretended that 86 3, 51 | burial to the dawn of the resurrection, ~that is, a whole night 87 3, 52 | says in a sermon upon the Resurrection: ~Christ descending into 88 3, 52 | hell until the hour ~of the Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 89 3, 53 | Para. 1/1 - OF CHRIST'S RESURRECTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 90 3, 53 | shall deal with (1) His Resurrection; (2) His Ascension; (3) 91 3, 53 | consideration: (1) Christ's ~Resurrection in itself; (2) the quality 92 3, 53 | the ~manifestation of the Resurrection; (4) its causality. Concerning 93 3, 53 | 1) The necessity of His Resurrection;~(2) The time of the Resurrection;~( 94 3, 53 | Resurrection;~(2) The time of the Resurrection;~(3) Its order;~(4) Its 95 3, 53 | says (De Fide Orth. iv): "Resurrection is the rising again ~of 96 3, 53 | uplifted by God to a glorious resurrection; hence it is said in His ~ 97 3, 53 | My ~glorification in the resurrection; as the gloss expounds.~ 98 3, 53 | you say, that there is no resurrection ~of the dead?" And (Job 99 3, 53 | removing evils; but the Resurrection did so as the beginning 100 3, 53 | third day, but ~that His Resurrection ought to have been deferred 101 3, 53 | stated above (A[1]) Christ's Resurrection was ~necessary for the instruction 102 3, 53 | rise speedily, and that His Resurrection should not be deferred until 103 3, 53 | consequently neither ~would His Resurrection be true. But to establish 104 3, 53 | third epoch began with the ~Resurrection: for the first was before 105 3, 53 | the saints began ~with the Resurrection of Christ: for, the first 106 3, 53 | the third day, while the resurrection ~of the rest is put off 107 3, 53 | dawn, to denote that by His Resurrection He ~brought us to the light 108 3, 53 | the dawn, when the Lord's Resurrection was ~proclaimed, belongs 109 3, 53 | rising is the cause of our ~resurrection, so by His grace He is the 110 3, 53 | some others came to the resurrection of ~the body before Christ.~ 111 3, 53 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Resurrection is a restoring from death 112 3, 53 | Such is a true ~and perfect resurrection, because so long as a man 113 3, 53 | Thus it is evident that the resurrection, whereby ~one is rescued 114 3, 53 | Consequently, speaking of perfect resurrection, Christ is the first of ~ 115 3, 53 | more." But by an imperfect resurrection, some others have risen 116 3, 53 | a kind of figure of His Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 117 3, 53 | out of the tombs after His Resurrection, ~they came into the holy 118 3, 53 | Christ the Lord the same resurrection was ~bestowed upon the righteous 119 3, 53 | preceded Him unto that resurrection. Now if reply be made that 120 3, 53 | that incorruption of the resurrection which is ~promised at the 121 3, 53 | the body, as the glorious ~resurrection, to be first in Christ as 122 3, 53 | was the cause of His own Resurrection?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 123 3, 53 | not the cause of His own Resurrection. ~For whoever is raised 124 3, 53 | not the cause of His own Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 125 3, 53 | His Passion merited the ~Resurrection, as Augustine says (Tract. 126 3, 53 | cause of the glory of the Resurrection." ~Moreover He asked the 127 3, 53 | not be the cause of His Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 128 3, 53 | besought and merited His Resurrection, as ~man and not as God.~ 129 3, 54 | had a true body after His Resurrection?~(2) Whether He rose with 130 3, 54 | had a true body after His Resurrection?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 131 3, 54 | have a true body after His ~Resurrection. For a true body cannot 132 3, 54 | another body. But after the Resurrection Christ's body was with ~ 133 3, 54 | have a true body after His Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 134 3, 54 | have a true body after His ~Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 135 3, 54 | possess a true body ~after His Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 136 3, 54 | order for it to be a true resurrection, it was necessary for the 137 3, 54 | Christ's body ~after His Resurrection was a true body, and of 138 3, 54 | imaginary body, then His Resurrection would ~not have been true, 139 3, 54 | Christ's body after His Resurrection, not by miracle but ~from 140 3, 54 | A[4]) when the common ~resurrection will be dealt with. For 141 3, 54 | changed His features ~at the Resurrection." This is to be understood 142 3, 54 | had to be righted ~at the Resurrection. Nevertheless He received 143 3, 54 | glory of clarity in the ~Resurrection: accordingly the same writer 144 3, 54 | 1 Cor. 15. But after the Resurrection Christ's body seems to ~ 145 3, 54 | a glorified body in His Resurrection, and ~this is evident from 146 3, 54 | First of all, because His ~Resurrection was the exemplar and the 147 3, 54 | Cor. 15:43. But in the resurrection the saints will have glorified ~ 148 3, 54 | the ~body of Christ in His Resurrection. Secondly, because He merited 149 3, 54 | merited the ~glory of His Resurrection by the lowliness of His 150 3, 54 | asks for the glory ~of the Resurrection. Thirdly, because as stated 151 3, 54 | to the ~risen body in the Resurrection; and so that body was made 152 3, 54 | the disciples after the Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 153 3, 54 | Christ's body after the Resurrection was truly ~made up of elements, 154 3, 54 | different glory, after the Resurrection."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 155 3, 54 | Dei xiii): "After the ~Resurrection, our Saviour in spiritual 156 3, 54 | power." Hence after the Resurrection He ate, "not as ~needing 157 3, 54 | His ~disciples after the Resurrection: "A spirit hath not flesh 158 3, 54 | Christ's body in the Resurrection ~was "of the same nature, 159 3, 54 | not have been a ~complete resurrection, if whatever was lost by 160 3, 54 | body in that glory of ~the resurrection will be impalpable, and 161 3, 54 | was not changed after the Resurrection, ~according to Rm. 6:9: " 162 3, 54 | unbecoming for Him at His ~Resurrection to resume a body of another 163 3, 54 | nature, because in His ~Resurrection He resumed unto an everlasting 164 3, 54 | Christ, the author of the resurrection, to rise again with ~scars.~ 165 3, 54 | said of Christ after the Resurrection, which He did not have from ~ 166 3, 54 | disciples were assured of the Resurrection, He bore the scars no ~longer. 167 3, 54 | that He ought not at His Resurrection to have ~resumed a body 168 3, 54 | for Christ's soul at His Resurrection to ~resume the body with 169 3, 54 | as to "the faith in His Resurrection" (Bede, on ~Lk. 24:40). 170 3, 54 | Christ's body after His Resurrection, contrary to Paul's ~truthful 171 3, 54 | then the Lord after His Resurrection returned to ~death; and 172 3, 54 | he that denies the true ~resurrection of the flesh?" Accordingly, 173 3, 54 | showed on His body after His Resurrection, have never since ~been 174 3, 55 | THE MANIFESTATION OF THE RESURRECTION (SIX ARTICLES)~We have now 175 3, 55 | the manifestation of the Resurrection: ~concerning which there 176 3, 55 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ's Resurrection ought to have been manifested 177 3, 55 | the disciples after the ~Resurrection?~(4) Whether it was fitting 178 3, 55 | to have demonstrated the Resurrection by proofs?~(6) Of the cogency 179 3, 55 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Resurrection ought to have been manifested 180 3, 55 | would seem that Christ's Resurrection ought to have been ~manifested 181 3, 55 | Joan.), "the glory of the Resurrection is the reward of the humility 182 3, 55 | seems that the glory of the Resurrection ~ought to have been manifested 183 3, 55 | salvation, so ~also is His Resurrection, according to Rm. 4:25: " 184 3, 55 | all. Therefore Christ's Resurrection ought to have been ~manifested 185 3, 55 | manifested were witnesses of the ~Resurrection: hence it is said (Acts 186 3, 55 | seem becoming for Christ's ~Resurrection to be manifested first of 187 3, 55 | Christ rose by a ~glorious Resurrection, consequently His Resurrection 188 3, 55 | Resurrection, consequently His Resurrection was not manifested ~to everyone, 189 3, 55 | manifested to all. But the Resurrection was ~accomplished "through 190 3, 55 | OBJ 2: Just as Christ's Resurrection is for the common salvation ~ 191 3, 55 | to bear witness to the ~Resurrection. But Christ appeared to 192 3, 55 | dawn of Christ's glorious ~Resurrection. Hence Cyril says on Jn. 193 3, 55 | adorable mystery ~of the Resurrection: thus womankind has procured 194 3, 55 | to bear witness to the ~Resurrection, according to Acts 4:33: " 195 3, 55 | apostles ~give testimony to the Resurrection of Jesus Christ our Lord." 196 3, 55 | for them to see the very Resurrection of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 197 3, 55 | them to have faith ~in the Resurrection. Therefore it seems that 198 3, 55 | sign of Christ's coming ~Resurrection. But the Lord raised up 199 3, 55 | was fitting for ~Christ's Resurrection not to be witnessed by men 200 3, 55 | the first herald of the Resurrection, ~that it might be declared 201 3, 55 | were able to testify to the Resurrection even ~by sight, because 202 3, 55 | into heaven. But Christ's Resurrection transcended common ~knowledge 203 3, 55 | glory. Consequently, ~the Resurrection ought not to be accomplished 204 3, 55 | His disciples after ~the Resurrection?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 205 3, 55 | appeared to them after His Resurrection in order to ~confirm their 206 3, 55 | confirm their faith in the Resurrection, and to bring them comfort 207 3, 55 | times on the very day of His Resurrection: first "to ~the women at 208 3, 55 | to the ~women after the Resurrection: nevertheless He was seen 209 3, 55 | Jerusalem on the very day of the Resurrection, as stated above (OBJ[3]); ~ 210 3, 55 | a fitting way after the ~Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 211 3, 55 | answer that, Concerning the Resurrection two things had to be ~manifested 212 3, 55 | namely, the truth of the Resurrection, and ~the glory of Him who 213 3, 55 | manifest the truth of the ~Resurrection, it sufficed for Him to 214 3, 55 | disciples ~of the truth of the Resurrection; but continual intercourse 215 3, 55 | accept the faith in His ~Resurrection from the very out set: but 216 3, 55 | assured of their faith in the Resurrection by Christ ~appearing to 217 3, 55 | saw in Christ after the Resurrection will be of less ~import, 218 3, 55 | above (AA[1],2), Christ's Resurrection was to ~be manifested to 219 3, 55 | Consequently, after His Resurrection Christ appeared in His own 220 3, 55 | demonstrated the truth of His Resurrection by ~proofs?~Aquin.: SMT 221 3, 55 | demonstrated the truth ~of His Resurrection by proofs. For Ambrose says ( 222 3, 55 | required ~regarding the Resurrection. Therefore proofs are out 223 3, 55 | for Him to confirm the ~Resurrection by proofs.~Aquin.: SMT TP 224 3, 55 | ought not to manifest ~His Resurrection by any proofs.~Aquin.: SMT 225 3, 55 | did not demonstrate His ~Resurrection to the disciples by proofs, 226 3, 55 | establishing faith in the Resurrection, which is ~beyond human 227 3, 55 | to them the truth of His Resurrection, ~which authority is the 228 3, 55 | to have demonstrated His Resurrection by proofs, inasmuch as by 229 3, 55 | showed these signs of the Resurrection to His disciples, for ~two 230 3, 55 | readily the faith in the Resurrection. Hence He says Himself ( 231 3, 55 | argument for demonstrating His Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 232 3, 55 | sufficiently the ~truth of His Resurrection?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 233 3, 55 | manifest the truth of His Resurrection. For after the ~Resurrection 234 3, 55 | Resurrection. For after the ~Resurrection Christ showed nothing to 235 3, 55 | which is required for a resurrection. Consequently, the signs 236 3, 55 | sufficient for manifesting His ~Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 237 3, 55 | establishing faith in the Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 238 3, 55 | OBJ 3: Further, after the Resurrection Christ's body was such that 239 3, 55 | manifesting the truth of His ~Resurrection, that He should permit Himself 240 3, 55 | gave no sign thereof in His Resurrection. ~Therefore it seems that 241 3, 55 | the ~quality of Christ's Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 242 3, 55 | introduced as witnesses for the Resurrection seem ~insufficient from 243 3, 55 | Consequently, the arguments for the Resurrection do not seem to agree.~Aquin.: 244 3, 55 | that, Christ manifested His Resurrection in two ways: namely, ~by 245 3, 55 | in order to manifest His Resurrection He made use ~of a double 246 3, 55 | testimony, who announced the Resurrection to the ~women, as is seen 247 3, 55 | to show the truth of the ~Resurrection, as is narrated in the last 248 3, 55 | sufficient for showing that the Resurrection was ~both true and glorious. 249 3, 55 | glorious. That it was a true Resurrection He shows first on ~the part 250 3, 55 | showed them the truth of His Resurrection on the part of ~His soul 251 3, 55 | disciples the glory of His Resurrection by entering ~in among them 252 3, 55 | showing perfectly Christ's Resurrection, yet all taken collectively ~ 253 3, 55 | human reason, when after the Resurrection ~He showed His body as incorruptible 254 3, 55 | in mind that after His ~Resurrection our Lord wished especially 255 3, 55 | brightness, but after ~the Resurrection by other tokens.~Aquin.: 256 3, 56 | THE CAUSALITY OF CHRIST'S RESURRECTION (TWO ARTICLES)~We have now 257 3, 56 | the causality of Christ's Resurrection, ~concerning which there 258 3, 56 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ's Resurrection is the cause of our resurrection?~( 259 3, 56 | Resurrection is the cause of our resurrection?~(2) Whether it is the cause 260 3, 56 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection 261 3, 56 | Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection of our ~bodies?~Aquin.: 262 3, 56 | would seem that Christ's Resurrection is not the cause of the ~ 263 3, 56 | is not the cause of the ~resurrection of our bodies, because, 264 3, 56 | necessity. If, then, Christ's Resurrection be the ~sufficient cause 265 3, 56 | sufficient cause of the resurrection of our bodies, then all 266 3, 56 | justice is the cause of the resurrection of the ~dead, so that the 267 3, 56 | not. Consequently Christ's Resurrection ~is not the cause of the 268 3, 56 | is not the cause of the resurrection of our bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 269 3, 56 | 3: Further, if Christ's Resurrection be the cause of the ~resurrection 270 3, 56 | Resurrection be the cause of the ~resurrection of our bodies, it would 271 3, 56 | who will bring about the resurrection of our bodies, ~according 272 3, 56 | is evident that Christ's ~Resurrection has no corporeal contact 273 3, 56 | merit. Therefore, Christ's Resurrection does not appear to be in ~ 274 3, 56 | back again; and this is ~resurrection. But "by dying, Christ destroyed 275 3, 56 | Christ's death, not His ~Resurrection, is the cause of our resurrection.~ 276 3, 56 | Resurrection, is the cause of our resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 277 3, 56 | efficient cause of ~our resurrection."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 278 3, 56 | after it." But Christ's ~Resurrection was the first in the order 279 3, 56 | first in the order of our resurrection, as is ~evident from what 280 3, 56 | A[3]). Hence Christ's ~Resurrection must be the cause of ours: 281 3, 56 | death, and by a man the resurrection ~of the dead."~Aquin.: SMT 282 3, 56 | and through it works the ~resurrection in all other bodies. ~Aquin.: 283 3, 56 | was stated above, Christ's Resurrection is the cause of ~ours through 284 3, 56 | in the likeness of His ~Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 285 3, 56 | is the first cause of our resurrection, ~whereas Christ's Resurrection 286 3, 56 | resurrection, ~whereas Christ's Resurrection is the secondary, and as 287 3, 56 | not tied down to Christ's Resurrection as a ~means of bringing 288 3, 56 | means of bringing about our resurrection: because God could deliver 289 3, 56 | through Christ's Passion and Resurrection, as already ~stated (Q[46], 290 3, 56 | is evident that Christ's Resurrection is the cause of ours.~Aquin.: 291 3, 56 | Properly speaking, Christ's Resurrection is not the ~meritorious 292 3, 56 | and exemplar cause of our ~resurrection. It is the efficient cause, 293 3, 56 | so also is Christ's ~Resurrection the efficient cause of ours, 294 3, 56 | primary cause ~of human resurrection is the Divine justice, from 295 3, 56 | efficient power of His Resurrection extends to the good and 296 3, 56 | Para. 2/2~But just as the Resurrection of Christ's body, through 297 3, 56 | mode; consequently Christ's Resurrection is the ~exemplar of ours. 298 3, 56 | must be likened to that Resurrection, according to Phil. 3:21: " 299 3, 56 | the efficiency of Christ's Resurrection extends to the ~resurrection 300 3, 56 | Resurrection extends to the ~resurrection of the good and wicked alike, 301 3, 56 | both Christ's death and His Resurrection ~are the cause both of the 302 3, 56 | of our death; ~while His Resurrection, whereby He inaugurated 303 3, 56 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection 304 3, 56 | Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection of souls?~Aquin.: SMT TP 305 3, 56 | would seem that Christ's Resurrection is not the cause of the ~ 306 3, 56 | is not the cause of the ~resurrection of souls, because Augustine 307 3, 56 | Substance of God." But Christ's Resurrection does not belong to God's ~ 308 3, 56 | Therefore, although ~Christ's Resurrection is the cause of bodies rising, 309 3, 56 | seem to be the cause of the resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 310 3, 56 | act upon a spirit. But the Resurrection ~belongs to His body, which 311 3, 56 | laid low. Therefore His Resurrection is ~not the cause of the 312 3, 56 | is ~not the cause of the resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 313 3, 56 | Further, since Christ's Resurrection is the cause why bodies 314 3, 56 | punishment." Therefore Christ's Resurrection is not the cause of the ~ 315 3, 56 | is not the cause of the ~resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 316 3, 56 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the resurrection of souls comes of the forgiveness 317 3, 56 | Passion even more than His Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection ~ 318 3, 56 | Resurrection is the cause of the resurrection ~of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 319 3, 56 | is nothing else than the resurrection of souls: and ~on Ps. 29: 320 3, 56 | the gloss says, ~"Christ's Resurrection is the cause of ours, both 321 3, 56 | As stated above, Christ's Resurrection works in virtue of ~the 322 3, 56 | extends not only to the resurrection of ~bodies, but also to 323 3, 56 | Consequently, ~Christ's Resurrection has instrumentally an effective 324 3, 56 | only with ~regard to the resurrection of bodies, but also with 325 3, 56 | also with respect to the ~resurrection of souls. In like fashion 326 3, 56 | cause with ~regard to the resurrection of souls, because even in 327 3, 56 | Augustine says that the resurrection of souls is wrought by ~ 328 3, 56 | The efficacy of Christ's Resurrection reaches souls not ~from 329 3, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The resurrection of souls pertains to merit, 330 3, 56 | of justification; but the resurrection of bodies is ordained for ~ 331 3, 56 | Passion as well as the ~Resurrection of Christ is the cause of 332 3, 56 | unto sin: whereas Christ's Resurrection is the cause of newness 333 3, 57 | no ~way changed after the Resurrection. But He did not ascend into 334 3, 57 | again, for He said after the Resurrection (Jn. ~20:17): "I am not 335 3, 57 | contained ~therein. Now by His Resurrection Christ entered upon an immortal 336 3, 57 | remain upon earth ~after the Resurrection; but it was fitting that 337 3, 57 | confirm ~the truth of His Resurrection. Hence it is written (Acts 338 3, 57 | treating of the general resurrection (XP, Q[84], ~A[1]).~Aquin.: 339 3, 57 | stated above regarding His ~Resurrection (Q[56], A[1], ad 3,4).~Aquin.: 340 3, 57 | to confirm faith in the Resurrection: "Last of all He was seen ~ 341 3, 57 | confirm the truth of the Resurrection except he had beheld Christ' 342 3, 59 | this by the ~effect of the Resurrection: wherefore He adds: "Because 343 3, 59 | Joan.), "there will be a ~resurrection of dead bodies, which God 344 3, 62 | justification is ascribed to the Resurrection, according to Rm. 4:25: ~"( 345 3, 62 | their power from Christ's Resurrection rather than from ~His Passion.~ 346 3, 62 | Justification is ascribed to the Resurrection by reason of ~the term " 347 3, 63 | cease ~also: thus after the resurrection there will be no marriage, 348 3, 66 | Baptism after His Passion and Resurrection, when He said: "Going, teach ~ 349 3, 66 | mankind after the Passion and Resurrection. First, because Christ's ~ 350 3, 66 | to Christ's Passion and Resurrection, ~in so far as he dies to 351 3, 66 | himself to Christ's Death ~and Resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 352 3, 66 | But after His Passion ~and Resurrection He made Baptism obligatory, 353 3, 66 | commemorate ~our Lord's burial and resurrection; for which reason our Lord 354 3, 66 | a sign of the glorious ~resurrection, unto which men are born 355 3, 69 | away from the just in the resurrection ~when "this mortal hath 356 3, 69 | nature through ~the glorious resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 357 3, 72 | be given before Christ's Resurrection and ~Ascension; according 358 3, 72 | seen to be perfect at the ~resurrection, according to Eph. 4:13: " 359 3, 73 | Christ after His Passion and Resurrection, as is evident from Mt. 360 3, 76 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the resurrection the saints will be equal 361 3, 80 | away by the glory of the ~Resurrection, he forbade the woman to 362 3, 83 | order to signify the happy ~resurrection of Christ and of the Church' 363 3, 83 | Para. 9/10~Ninthly, the resurrection on the third day is represented 364 3, 83 | times on the day of His ~Resurrection, as stated above in the 365 3, 83 | the treatise on Christ's Resurrection ~(Q[55], A[3], OBJ[3]). 366 3, 83 | our Lord's greeting after ~Resurrection, Whose person the bishop 367 3, 84 | but it was after His ~resurrection that He made known the efficacy 368 3, 84 | speaking ~of His Passion and resurrection. Because it is from the 369 Suppl, 30| and Penance, a spiritual resurrection, so Extreme Unction ~is 370 Suppl, 37| Lk. 22:19). After the resurrection, however, He gave them the ~ 371 Suppl, 49| mortals, wherefore in the resurrection "they shall neither marry ~ 372 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/3 - TREATISE ON THE RESURRECTION (QQ[69]-86)~OF MATTERS CONCERNING 373 Suppl, 69| OF MATTERS CONCERNING THE RESURRECTION, AND FIRST OF THE PLACE 374 Suppl, 69| concerning the ~state of resurrection: for after speaking of the 375 Suppl, 69| must next speak of the ~resurrection whereby man is delivered 376 Suppl, 69| punishment. The ~treatise on the resurrection offers a threefold consideration, 377 Suppl, 69| and those that follow the ~resurrection. Consequently we must speak ( 378 Suppl, 69| not wholly, precede the resurrection; (2) of the ~resurrection 379 Suppl, 69| resurrection; (2) of the ~resurrection itself and its circumstances; ( 380 Suppl, 69| things which precede the resurrection we must consider (1) the ~ 381 Suppl, 69| man's death and the final resurrection holds the souls in ~secret 382 Suppl, 69| since ~also after the final resurrection the souls will be there 383 Suppl, 69| before and the time after the resurrection. Therefore they will be ~ 384 Suppl, 69| saints will have at the resurrection."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 385 Suppl, 69| are detained before the ~resurrection. The reason why a distinction 386 Suppl, 69| before and the time after the resurrection is because before the ~resurrection 387 Suppl, 69| resurrection is because before the ~resurrection they are there without the 388 Suppl, 69| will not be there after the resurrection. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 389 Suppl, 69| will be received after the ~resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 390 Suppl, 70| identity; wherefore at the resurrection the soul will not have the 391 Suppl, 70| damned will be cast after the resurrection, and which must ~needs be 392 Suppl, 71| s ~passion but also His resurrection operates, for the latter 393 Suppl, 71| the cause of our spiritual resurrection." Secondly, thus: There 394 Suppl, 71| inasmuch as our belief in the resurrection is confirmed ~thereby. It 395 Suppl, 71| confirm the belief in the resurrection, as Augustine says (De Civ. 396 Suppl, 71| would take place, Whose ~resurrection is the cause of our rising 397 Suppl, 72| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the resurrection will precede the judgment, 398 Suppl, 72| world will precede ~the resurrection, for the saints who will 399 Suppl, 72| from the ~fact that the resurrection of the dead will precede 400 Suppl, 72| judgment." Now the general resurrection and the glorification of 401 Suppl, 72| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE RESURRECTION (THREE ARTICLES)~In the 402 Suppl, 72| with and ~accompanying the resurrection. Of these the first to be 403 Suppl, 72| considered will ~be the resurrection itself; the second will 404 Suppl, 72| will be the cause of the ~resurrection; the third its time and 405 Suppl, 72| Whether there is to be a resurrection of the body?~(2) Whether 406 Suppl, 72| Whether there is to be a resurrection of the body?~Aquin.: SMT 407 Suppl, 72| that there is not to be a resurrection of the body: ~for it is 408 Suppl, 72| Further, Our Lord proves the resurrection by quoting the words: ~" 409 Suppl, 72| Therefore there will be no ~resurrection of bodies but only of souls.~ 410 Suppl, 72| 15) seemingly proves the ~resurrection from the reward for labors 411 Suppl, 72| there ~is no need to hold a resurrection of the body, but it is enough 412 Suppl, 72| it is enough to hold a ~resurrection of souls, which consists 413 Suppl, 72| and so there will be no resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 414 Suppl, 72| Therefore there will be a resurrection ~of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 415 Suppl, 72| consequently there must needs be a ~resurrection of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 416 Suppl, 72| opinions holding or denying the resurrection. For ~man's last end which 417 Suppl, 72| and so they denied the resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 418 Suppl, 72| these ~did not hold the resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 419 Suppl, 72| fashioned by the devil deny the resurrection of the body. ~The falsehood 420 Suppl, 72| there is no need to hold the resurrection. ~But the Philosopher sufficiently 421 Suppl, 72| must of ~necessity hold the resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 422 Suppl, 72| part ~as ordained to the resurrection. Wherefore our Lord proves 423 Suppl, 72| Wherefore our Lord proves the ~resurrection with the greatest subtlety 424 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the resurrection will be for all without 425 Suppl, 72| It would seem that the resurrection will not be for all without ~ 426 Suppl, 72| 1~OBJ 3: Further, by the resurrection men are conformed to Christ 427 Suppl, 72| OTC Para. 3/3~Further, the resurrection is necessary in order that 428 Suppl, 72| species. Now such is the resurrection: because the reason thereof, ~ 429 Suppl, 72| refer to the ~spiritual resurrection whereby the wicked shall 430 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the resurrection is natural?~Aquin.: SMT 431 Suppl, 72| It would seem that the resurrection is natural. For, as the ~ 432 Suppl, 72| contained under it." Now ~resurrection applies commonly to all. 433 Suppl, 72| Those who do not hold ~the resurrection on the principle of obedience 434 Suppl, 72| imitate, in its elements, our resurrection?" And he offers as examples ~ 435 Suppl, 72| and again by a kind of resurrection are ~renewed - and the seeds 436 Suppl, 72| natural. ~Therefore the resurrection is natural.~Aquin.: SMT 437 Suppl, 72| that is restored by ~the resurrection will last for ever. Therefore 438 Suppl, 72| for ever. Therefore the resurrection will be ~natural.~Aquin.: 439 Suppl, 72| Now such a thing is the resurrection ~and the glorification of 440 Suppl, 72| Rm. 8:19. Therefore the ~resurrection will be natural.~Aquin.: 441 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the resurrection is a kind of movement towards 442 Suppl, 72| for ~ever. Therefore the resurrection will be natural.~Aquin.: 443 Suppl, 72| privation of life. Therefore the resurrection whereby one ~returns from 444 Suppl, 72| such is not the case in the resurrection. Therefore it will ~not 445 Suppl, 72| cannot be the principle of resurrection, although ~resurrection 446 Suppl, 72| resurrection, although ~resurrection terminates in the life of 447 Suppl, 72| active principle of the ~resurrection, neither as regards the 448 Suppl, 72| movement. Therefore the resurrection, strictly speaking, is ~ 449 Suppl, 72| evidences of our faith in the ~resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 450 Suppl, 72| nature. Such is not the ~resurrection, and hence the argument 451 Suppl, 73| 1 - OF THE CAUSE OF THE RESURRECTION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 452 Suppl, 73| consider the cause of our resurrection. Under this head ~there 453 Suppl, 73| inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ's resurrection is the cause of our resurrection?~( 454 Suppl, 73| resurrection is the cause of our resurrection?~(2) Whether the sound of 455 Suppl, 73| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the resurrection of Christ is the cause of 456 Suppl, 73| Christ is the cause of our resurrection?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[76] A[ 457 Suppl, 73| It would seem that the resurrection of Christ is not the cause 458 Suppl, 73| is not the cause of ~our resurrection. For, given the cause, the 459 Suppl, 73| follows. Yet given the ~resurrection of Christ the resurrection 460 Suppl, 73| resurrection of Christ the resurrection of the other dead did not 461 Suppl, 73| at once. Therefore His resurrection is not the cause of ours.~ 462 Suppl, 73| cause precede. But the ~resurrection of the dead would be even 463 Suppl, 73| way. Therefore Christ's ~resurrection is not the cause of ours.~ 464 Suppl, 73| one same species. Now the resurrection will be common to all men. 465 Suppl, 73| men. Since ~then Christ's resurrection is not its own cause, it 466 Suppl, 73| is not the cause of ~the resurrection of others.~Aquin.: SMT XP 467 Suppl, 73| likeness to its cause. But the ~resurrection, at least of some, namely 468 Suppl, 73| bears no likeness to ~the resurrection of Christ. Therefore Christ' 469 Suppl, 73| Christ. Therefore Christ's resurrection will not be ~the cause of 470 Suppl, 73| by reason of His ~bodily resurrection, is called "the first-fruits 471 Suppl, 73| Apoc. 1:5). Therefore ~His resurrection is the cause of the resurrection 472 Suppl, 73| resurrection is the cause of the resurrection of others.~Aquin.: SMT XP 473 Suppl, 73| Para. 2/2~Further, Christ's resurrection has more in common with 474 Suppl, 73| common with our bodily ~resurrection than with our spiritual 475 Suppl, 73| than with our spiritual resurrection which is by ~justification. 476 Suppl, 73| justification. But Christ's resurrection is the cause of our ~justification, 477 Suppl, 73| justification." Therefore Christ's resurrection is the ~cause of our bodily 478 Suppl, 73| the ~cause of our bodily resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[76] A[ 479 Suppl, 73| from bodily death except by resurrection wrought by the Divine ~power. 480 Suppl, 73| 16), so in Christ has our resurrection begun, and His ~resurrection 481 Suppl, 73| resurrection begun, and His ~resurrection is the cause of ours. Thus 482 Suppl, 73| equivocal cause of our resurrection, but as God and man rising 483 Suppl, 73| the univocal cause of our resurrection. ~Now a univocal efficient 484 Suppl, 73| begotten. In this way the resurrection of Christ is the cause of ~ 485 Suppl, 73| Christ is the cause of ~our resurrection, because the same thing 486 Suppl, 73| same thing that wrought the resurrection of ~Christ, which is the 487 Suppl, 73| univocal efficient cause of our resurrection, is the ~active cause of 488 Suppl, 73| the ~active cause of our resurrection, namely the power of Christ' 489 Suppl, 73| mortal bodies." And this very resurrection of Christ by virtue of His ~ 490 Suppl, 73| quasi-instrumental cause of our resurrection: ~since the Divine operations 491 Suppl, 73| of movement. Now Christ's resurrection is said to be ~the cause 492 Suppl, 73| ours, in that it works our resurrection, not immediately, ~but by 493 Suppl, 73| power which will work ~our resurrection in likeness to the resurrection 494 Suppl, 73| resurrection in likeness to the resurrection of Christ. Now God's ~power 495 Suppl, 73| is not necessary that our resurrection should follow straightway 496 Suppl, 73| after He ~has wrought the resurrection of Christ, but that it should 497 Suppl, 73| Divine providence, Christ's ~resurrection is the cause of ours: and 498 Suppl, 73| another order, and then our resurrection would have had another cause ~ 499 Suppl, 73| the first ~cause of the resurrection, than is the humanity of 500 Suppl, 73| Christ's ~Godhead caused His resurrection immediately, but it causes


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