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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Those eyes" ~(namely the glorified) "will therefore have a 2 1, 12 | see God. ~Therefore the glorified eye can see God.~Aquin.: 3 1, 12 | different power (viz. the glorified eyes), if they shall see ~ 4 1, 12 | Hence it is evident how the glorified ~eyes will see God, as now 5 1, 12 | natural faculty, ~but the glorified faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 36 | the Son to be adored and ~glorified." Therefore it should not 7 1, 43 | because Jesus was not yet ~glorified." Therefore the invisible 8 1, 64 | 7, "As much as she hath glorified herself, and lived in ~delicacies, 9 1, 64 | because he ~especially glorified himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 66 | in the human body ~to be glorified, but in the whole world 11 1, 73 | new when the Saints are glorified, according to ~Apoc. 21: 12 1, 43 | because Jesus was not yet ~glorified." Therefore the invisible 13 1, 65 | 7, "As much as she hath glorified herself, and lived in ~delicacies, 14 1, 65 | because he ~especially glorified himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 67 | in the human body ~to be glorified, but in the whole world 16 1, 72 | new when the Saints are glorified, according to ~Apoc. 21: 17 1, 104 | backwards; or if a human body is glorified: ~such things nature is 18 2, 106 | because Jesus was ~not yet glorified." This reason the Apostle 19 2, 106 | because Jesus was not yet glorified"; from which we gather that ~ 20 2, 106 | given as soon as Christ was glorified in His ~Resurrection and 21 2, 111 | subsequent, inasmuch as we are glorified."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] 22 2, 34 | Holy Ghost Himself, Who is glorified in His ~works.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 130 | cxiv in Joan.) that to be "glorified is the same ~as to be clarified." 24 2, 130 | in order that God may be glorified by men, or that men ~may 25 2, 173 | his body would have been glorified by the overflow from ~his 26 2, 173 | intellect of Christ's soul was glorified by the habit ~of the light 27 3, 14 | of the soul the body ~is glorified; since, as Augustine says ( 28 3, 28 | closed passage pertains to a glorified body. But Christ's ~body 29 3, 28 | But Christ's ~body was not glorified in its conception, but was 30 3, 28 | For these gifts of a glorified body result from an overflow 31 3, 28 | further on, in treating of ~glorified bodies (XP, Q[82]): and 32 3, 44 | by Christ, "feared, and glorified God ~that gave such power 33 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a glorified body has four gifts, as 34 3, 45 | For the clarity of the glorified body is derived from that 35 3, 45 | but otherwise than in a glorified body. For the clarity of 36 3, 45 | the soul ~overflows into a glorified body, by way of a permanent 37 3, 45 | refulgence is not miraculous in a glorified body. ~But in Christ's transfiguration 38 3, 45 | immanent qualities of a glorified body. On the contrary, whatever ~ 39 3, 45 | was not the clarity of a glorified body, ~since Christ's body 40 3, 48 | lowliness." But He was ~glorified, not merely in Himself, 41 3, 49 | Him, that we may be also glorified with Him."~Aquin.: SMT TP 42 3, 53 | us from evil, so was He glorified in rising again in order 43 3, 54 | body?~(3) Whether His was a glorified body?~(4) Of the scars which 44 3, 54 | by miracle but ~from its glorified condition, as some say, 45 3, 54 | same ~place. But whether a glorified body can have this from 46 3, 54 | is the disposition of a glorified body that it is ~spiritual, 47 3, 54 | Consequently, whoever has a glorified body has it in his power 48 3, 54 | from the condition of His glorified body, but ~also from the 49 3, 54 | happen that ~even bodies not glorified are miraculously unseen: 50 3, 54 | come to those disciples in glorified ~appearance; but, as it 51 3, 54 | beholders His ~form either glorified or not glorified, or partly 52 3, 54 | either glorified or not glorified, or partly glorified and 53 3, 54 | not glorified, or partly glorified and partly ~not, or in any 54 3, 54 | Whether Christ's body rose glorified? [*Some editions give this 55 3, 54 | Christ's body did not rise glorified. For glorified ~bodies shine, 56 3, 54 | not rise glorified. For glorified ~bodies shine, according 57 3, 54 | seems that ~it was not a glorified one.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] 58 3, 54 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a glorified body is incorruptible. But 59 3, 54 | Christ's body was not ~glorified.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 60 3, 54 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a glorified body is not animal, but 61 3, 54 | that ~Christ's body was not glorified.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 62 3, 54 | answer that, Christ's was a glorified body in His Resurrection, 63 3, 54 | resurrection the saints will have glorified ~bodies, as is written in 64 3, 54 | 4]), ~Christ's soul was glorified from the instant of His 65 3, 54 | brightness or splendor of a glorified body is after the ~manner 66 3, 54 | lies within the power of a glorified man whether ~his body be 67 3, 55 | principal of the qualities of a ~glorified body: yet He gave no sign 68 3, 55 | seen; and this belongs to a glorified body, as stated above (Q[ 69 3, 55 | when our Lord's ~flesh was glorified." It must also be borne 70 3, 57 | Nature, and sovereignly glorified in respect of His human ~ 71 3, 57 | cause of this power the ~glorified soul itself, from whose 72 3, 57 | overflow the body will be glorified, as ~Augustine writes to 73 3, 57 | Dioscorus (Ep. cxviii). For the glorified body will ~be so submissive 74 3, 57 | be so submissive to the glorified soul, that, as Augustine 75 3, 57 | Now it is befitting the glorified and immortal body for it ~ 76 3, 57 | secondly by the power of ~His glorified soul moving His body at 77 3, 57 | unnatural or forced in a glorified body, whose entire ~nature 78 3, 57 | by a heavenly body. But glorified bodies, Christ's especially, ~ 79 3, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A glorified body has the power to be 80 3, 57 | the upward motion of a ~glorified body is not violent, so 81 3, 69 | Him, that we may be also glorified with Him."~Aquin.: SMT TP 82 3, 72 | because Jesus was not yet glorified."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 83 3, 73 | called, and justified, and glorified, His holy and ~believing 84 3, 76 | any eye, at least by a glorified one?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] 85 3, 76 | by the eye, at least by a glorified one. For our eyes are ~hindered 86 3, 76 | species veiling it. But the glorified eye cannot be ~hindered 87 3, 76 | they are. Therefore, the ~glorified eye can see Christ's body 88 3, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the glorified bodies of the saints will 89 3, 76 | same ~reason, every other glorified eye can see Him.~Aquin.: 90 3, 76 | Therefore, for like reason, the glorified eye ~can see Christ as He 91 3, 76 | diverse species. But the ~glorified eye sees Christ always, 92 3, 76 | the same ~with any other glorified eye, because Christ's eye 93 3, 76 | sacrament, in which no other glorified eye is conformed to it.~ 94 3, 76 | lies within the power of a glorified body for it to be seen by ~ 95 3, 76 | sacrament. ~Secondly, because a glorified body, which appears at will, 96 3, 79 | order that we may also be glorified" afterwards "with Him" ( 97 3, 81 | the four properties of a glorified body - namely, subtlety 98 3, 86 | 7): "As much as she hath glorified herself, and ~lived in delicacies, 99 Suppl, 8 | 7: "As much as she hath glorified herself ~and lived in delicacies, 100 Suppl, 69| that all ~men should be glorified together in the soul as 101 Suppl, 69| as that they should be ~glorified together in the body. Moreover 102 Suppl, 72| soul of Josias was not ~glorified as soon as it went out from 103 Suppl, 72| that, when man shall be glorified in the body, the other bodies ~ 104 Suppl, 72| certain unfitness for being glorified, wherefore in this respect ~ 105 Suppl, 72| rising again will assume a glorified body, as evidenced by 1 106 Suppl, 72| saints' bodies shall be glorified, all creatures shall be 107 Suppl, 72| nature as in the case of a glorified body; and sometimes from 108 Suppl, 77| wisdom of God be thereby glorified.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 109 Suppl, 78| But the human body will be glorified ~by an overflow from the 110 Suppl, 79| preventing the passion of a glorified body, namely the ~nature 111 Suppl, 79| the impassibility ~of a glorified body, since the Apostle 112 Suppl, 79| will be ~impossible for the glorified body to be subject to any 113 Suppl, 79| excludes actual sensation from glorified bodies?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 114 Suppl, 79| excludes actual sensation from ~glorified bodies. For according to 115 Suppl, 79| kind of passion." But the glorified bodies will be ~impassible. 116 Suppl, 79| precedes intentional being. Now glorified bodies, by ~reason of their 117 Suppl, 79| 2~For some say that the glorified bodies will be impassible, 118 Suppl, 79| others that sensation in glorified bodies ~will result from 119 Suppl, 79| reception will not be in ~the glorified bodies, but the second, 120 Suppl, 79| Wherefore the impassibility of glorified bodies does ~not exclude 121 Suppl, 79| spiritually. But in the ~glorified bodies there cannot be any 122 Suppl, 79| De Anima ii, 2). But the glorified body ~will lack the actual 123 Suppl, 79| this does not apply to the glorified ~bodies. Therefore they 124 Suppl, 79| object. Therefore if ~the glorified eye sees at an angle, it 125 Suppl, 79| sight will not be actual in ~glorified bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 126 Suppl, 79| For some say ~that in the glorified bodies there will be all 127 Suppl, 79| alteration. Consequently the glorified bodies, which by reason ~ 128 Suppl, 79| be perceived. But in the glorified bodies odor will be in its 129 Suppl, 79| mirror. But the clarity of a glorified body does not ~destroy the 130 Suppl, 79| And since the sight of a glorified body ~will be most perfect 131 Suppl, 80| subtlety is a property of the glorified body?~(2) Whether by reason 132 Suppl, 80| place with ~another not glorified body?~(3) Whether by a miracle 133 Suppl, 80| same place?~(4) Whether a glorified body can be in the same 134 Suppl, 80| same place with another ~glorified body?~(5) Whether a glorified 135 Suppl, 80| glorified body?~(5) Whether a glorified body necessarily requires 136 Suppl, 80| to ~itself?~(6) Whether a glorified body is palpable?~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 80| subtlety is a property of the glorified body?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] 138 Suppl, 80| is not a property of the glorified ~body. For the properties 139 Suppl, 80| subtlety be a property of the ~glorified body, it would seem that 140 Suppl, 80| it would seem that the glorified body will be more subtle ~ 141 Suppl, 80| not be intensified in the glorified bodies any more than ~they 142 Suppl, 80| be as much ~matter in the glorified bodies as there is now, 143 Suppl, 80| subtlety. Therefore the ~glorified bodies will be most subtle. ~ 144 Suppl, 80| exalted it is. But the ~glorified bodies will be most exalted. 145 Suppl, 80| ascribing subtlety to the glorified bodies in different ways.~ 146 Suppl, 80| subtlety must be assigned to glorified ~bodies, by saying that 147 Suppl, 80| from the dominion of the ~glorified soul (which is the form 148 Suppl, 80| reason ~of which dominion the glorified body is said to be "spiritual," 149 Suppl, 80| the other properties of a glorified body. Hence the ~Apostle, 150 Suppl, 80| Moral. xiv, 56) that "the glorified ~body is said to be subtle 151 Suppl, 80| reason of this subtlety a glorified body is able to be in the ~ 152 Suppl, 80| place with another body not glorified?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 153 Suppl, 80| place with another body not glorified. For according to ~Phil. 154 Suppl, 80| 26). ~Therefore also the glorified bodies by reason of their 155 Suppl, 80| place with other bodies not glorified.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 156 Suppl, 80| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, glorified bodies will be superior 157 Suppl, 80| therefore is this befitting glorified bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 158 Suppl, 80| then ~the subtlety of a glorified body will not enable it 159 Suppl, 80| But this cannot happen to glorified bodies. ~Therefore they 160 Suppl, 80| all be bestowed on ~the glorified body. Therefore a glorified 161 Suppl, 80| glorified body. Therefore a glorified body, by reason of its ~ 162 Suppl, 80| cannot be maintained that a glorified body, by reason ~of its 163 Suppl, 80| is also plain that the ~glorified body will be sensible even 164 Suppl, 80| it is evident that the ~glorified body, the gift of subtlety 165 Suppl, 80| in which there will be a ~glorified body will be empty. Secondly 166 Suppl, 80| granted that the subtlety of a glorified body hindered it ~from filling 167 Suppl, 80| subtlety does not deprive the glorified ~body of its dimension; 168 Suppl, 80| Therefore the ~subtlety of a glorified body will not enable it 169 Suppl, 80| make it possible for a glorified body to be in the same place 170 Suppl, 80| this should be befitting to glorified bodies on ~account of their 171 Suppl, 80| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The glorified body will pass through the 172 Suppl, 80| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether one glorified body can be in the same 173 Suppl, 80| place together with another ~glorified body?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] 174 Suppl, 80| 1: It would seem that a glorified body can be in the same 175 Suppl, 80| place ~together with another glorified body. Because where there 176 Suppl, 80| less resistance. If then a glorified body is more ~subtle than 177 Suppl, 80| offer less resistance to a ~glorified body: and so if a glorified 178 Suppl, 80| glorified body: and so if a glorified body can be in the same 179 Suppl, 80| much more can it with a glorified body.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] 180 Suppl, 80| OBJ 2: Further, even as a glorified body will be more subtle 181 Suppl, 80| non-glorified body, so will one glorified body be more subtle than ~ 182 Suppl, 80| another. Therefore if a glorified body can be in the same 183 Suppl, 80| non-glorified body, a more subtle glorified body can be in the same 184 Suppl, 80| place ~with a less subtle glorified body.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] 185 Suppl, 80| subtle, and will then be ~glorified. Now the glorified body 186 Suppl, 80| then be ~glorified. Now the glorified body of a saint will be 187 Suppl, 80| from earth. Therefore two glorified bodies will be able ~to 188 Suppl, 80| 1/2~On the contrary, The glorified bodies will be spiritual, 189 Suppl, 80| Therefore neither ~will two glorified bodies be able to be in 190 Suppl, 80| altogether absent from the glorified bodies. Therefore it will 191 Suppl, 80| will be ~impossible for two glorified bodies to be in the same 192 Suppl, 80| that, The property of a glorified body does not make it able 193 Suppl, 80| same place with another glorified body, nor again to be in 194 Suppl, 80| the ~Divine power for two glorified bodies or two non-glorified 195 Suppl, 80| the same place, even as a glorified body with a non-glorified 196 Suppl, 80| it is not befitting for a glorified body to be in the same ~ 197 Suppl, 80| same ~place with another glorified body, both because a becoming 198 Suppl, 80| distinction, and because one glorified ~body will not be in the 199 Suppl, 80| another. Consequently two glorified bodies ~will never be in 200 Suppl, 80| argument supposes that a glorified body is able by ~reason 201 Suppl, 80| said ~equivocally to be glorified, in so far as they will 202 Suppl, 80| them to have the gifts ~of glorified human bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 203 Suppl, 80| virtue of its subtlety a glorified body will no longer need 204 Suppl, 80| virtue of its subtlety, a glorified body ~will no longer need 205 Suppl, 80| an equal place. For the glorified bodies ~will be made like 206 Suppl, 80| same will be true of the glorified bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 207 Suppl, 80| in the same place. Now a glorified body will be in the ~same 208 Suppl, 80| of its quantity. Now the glorified body will be so ~subject 209 Suppl, 80| equal to itself." Now the ~glorified body will be in a place. 210 Suppl, 80| to be the case with the glorified bodies, saying that quantity 211 Suppl, 80| and incorruptibility of a ~glorified body. Moreover, it would 212 Suppl, 80| it would follow that a glorified body would be ~sometimes 213 Suppl, 80| that the quantity ~of a glorified body become smaller than 214 Suppl, 80| wit, that the parts of a glorified body ~insinuate themselves 215 Suppl, 80| reason of its subtlety a glorified body will be able to be ~ 216 Suppl, 80| so much so that a whole glorified body ~will be able to pass 217 Suppl, 80| impossible; both because the glorified body will not be able, by 218 Suppl, 80| possible if the other were a glorified body, as many say; ~and 219 Suppl, 80| Consequently we must say that ~the glorified body will always be in a 220 Suppl, 80| permeation of the parts of a ~glorified body into one another is 221 Suppl, 80| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the glorified body, by reason of its subtlety, 222 Suppl, 80| It would seem that the glorified body, by reason of its subtlety, ~ 223 Suppl, 80| be corruptible." But the glorified body is incorruptible. ~ 224 Suppl, 80| resist it. ~Since then a glorified body can be in the same 225 Suppl, 80| touching it. ~Since then in the glorified bodies the tangible qualities 226 Suppl, 80| our Lord rose again with a glorified body; and yet His ~body 227 Suppl, 80| and bones." Therefore the glorified bodies also ~will be palpable.~ 228 Suppl, 80| corruptible." Accordingly the glorified body has ~by its nature 229 Suppl, 80| according to its nature the glorified body is ~palpable, but it 230 Suppl, 80| The incorruptibility of a glorified body does not result ~from 231 Suppl, 80| way it is possible for a glorified body to be ~in the same 232 Suppl, 80| another body: nevertheless the glorified body has ~it in its power 233 Suppl, 80| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the glorified bodies the tangible qualities 234 Suppl, 81| inquiry:~(1) Whether the glorified bodies will be agile?~(2) 235 Suppl, 81| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the glorified bodies will be agile?~Aquin.: 236 Suppl, 81| It would seem that the glorified bodies will not be agile. 237 Suppl, 81| order to move. ~But the glorified bodies will, after the resurrection, 238 Suppl, 81| Thess. 4:16). Therefore the glorified bodies will not be agile.~ 239 Suppl, 81| said to be ~agile. Yet the glorified bodies will move thus, since 240 Suppl, 81| property is ascribed to glorified bodies as ~perfecting them 241 Suppl, 81| nature. Since then the ~glorified body's members will have 242 Suppl, 81| movement. Therefore the ~glorified bodies will be agile.~Aquin.: 243 Suppl, 81| nature of a spirit. But the glorified bodies will be most spiritual ~ 244 Suppl, 81| 1/2~I answer that, The glorified body will be altogether 245 Suppl, 81| altogether subject to the ~glorified soul, so that not only will 246 Suppl, 81| body, ~but also from the glorified soul there will flow into 247 Suppl, 81| called "the gift of the glorified body." Now the soul is ~ 248 Suppl, 81| mover; and in both ~ways the glorified body must needs be most 249 Suppl, 81| perfectly subject to the ~glorified soul. Wherefore even as 250 Suppl, 81| then be predominant in the glorified bodies. ~But of this we 251 Suppl, 81| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Glorified bodies are said to be borne 252 Suppl, 81| power, and on account of the glorified body's aptitude ~resulting 253 Suppl, 81| the gift of agility the glorified body will be rendered ~apt 254 Suppl, 81| will be no ~imperfection in glorified bodies. Neither therefore 255 Suppl, 81| obtaining some end. But ~glorified bodies will have no need, 256 Suppl, 81| with movement." Now the glorified ~body shares the Divine 257 Suppl, 81| dignity." And again each glorified body ~will, in like manner, 258 Suppl, 81| will be some ~movement in glorified bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 259 Suppl, 81| necessary to suppose that the glorified bodies are ~moved sometimes, 260 Suppl, 81| which is present, although ~glorified bodies can perceive from 261 Suppl, 81| like defects will remain in glorified bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 262 Suppl, 81| perfection: and thus movement in ~glorified bodies will not be on account 263 Suppl, 81| need of this kind being in glorified ~bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP 264 Suppl, 81| argument would prove if the glorified body were unable ~even without 265 Suppl, 81| which is untrue. Hence glorified bodies will be ~moved, not 266 Suppl, 81| fitting place assigned to each glorified body according ~to the degree 267 Suppl, 81| flows therefrom into the ~glorified body, but rather does it 268 Suppl, 81| full place can resist a glorified body since this ~can be 269 Suppl, 81| Further, the power of a glorified soul surpasses the power 270 Suppl, 81| body in time. Therefore the glorified soul ~moves the body instantaneously.~ 271 Suppl, 81| such is the movement of a ~glorified body, for however distant 272 Suppl, 81| Ep. cii, qu. 1) that "the glorified body reaches ~equally soon 273 Suppl, 81| sun's ray." Therefore the ~glorified body is moved instantaneously.~ 274 Suppl, 81| after the resurrection the glorified body will not be moved ~ 275 Suppl, 81| the space traversed by ~a glorified body in motion is divisible. 276 Suppl, 81| the local movement of a glorified body cannot be instantaneous.~ 277 Suppl, 81| point. For some say that ~a glorified body passes from one place 278 Suppl, 81| possible for ~the movement of a glorified body like that of the will 279 Suppl, 81| will not hold: because the glorified body will ~never attain 280 Suppl, 81| property of the nature of a glorified body, since it is a body, ~ 281 Suppl, 81| yet they maintain that the glorified ~body is moved instantaneously. 282 Suppl, 81| follows from this that a glorified ~body is at the same instant 283 Suppl, 81| probability hold that a glorified body moves ~in time, but 284 Suppl, 81| and that ~nevertheless one glorified body can pass through the 285 Suppl, 81| offer no resistance to ~the glorified bodies, in so far as it 286 Suppl, 81| Although the power of a glorified soul surpasses ~immeasurably 287 Suppl, 81| the ~motive power. Now the glorified body will never lose its 288 Suppl, 82| there will be clarity in the glorified bodies?~(2) Whether this 289 Suppl, 82| non-glorified eye?~(3) Whether a glorified body will of necessity be 290 Suppl, 82| clarity is becoming to the glorified body?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] 291 Suppl, 82| clarity is unbecoming to the glorified body. ~Because according 292 Suppl, 82| parts." But the parts of a glorified body will ~not be transparent, 293 Suppl, 82| is predominant. Therefore glorified bodies are not lightsome.~ 294 Suppl, 82| what is behind it. But the glorified bodies will not ~hide that 295 Suppl, 82| Sensu et Sensato ~iii). But glorified bodies will have color, 296 Suppl, 82| will be impossible for the glorified bodies to ~lack beauty. 297 Suppl, 82| lack beauty. Therefore the glorified bodies will not be lightsome.~ 298 Suppl, 82| there be clarity in the glorified bodies, it will ~need to 299 Suppl, 82| Cor. 15:41). Thus in the glorified ~body the glory of the soul 300 Suppl, 82| merit of ~virtue that the glorified body will have clarity.~ 301 Suppl, 82| 2: Gregory compares the glorified body to gold on account 302 Suppl, 82| and the density of the ~glorified body will not deprive it 303 Suppl, 82| the ~soul enclosed in the glorified body will not be hidden. 304 Suppl, 82| better the dignity of the ~glorified body, and is more consistent 305 Suppl, 82| Whether the clarity of the glorified body is visible to the non-glorified ~ 306 Suppl, 82| that the clarity of the glorified body is invisible ~to the 307 Suppl, 82| Therefore the clarity of the glorified body will not be seen by 308 Suppl, 82| Further, the clarity of the glorified body will be greater than ~ 309 Suppl, 82| and the clarity ~of the glorified body will be much greater 310 Suppl, 82| gaze on the clarity of a glorified body.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] 311 Suppl, 82| eye. But the ~clarity of a glorified body that is opposite to 312 Suppl, 82| Therefore the clarity of the glorified body will be ~visible to 313 Suppl, 82| that the clarity of the glorified body ~will not be visible 314 Suppl, 82| when we are told that the glorified ~bodies will be lightsome: 315 Suppl, 82| say that the clarity of a glorified ~body is naturally visible 316 Suppl, 82| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as a glorified body is not passible to 317 Suppl, 82| though the clarity of a glorified body ~surpasses the clarity 318 Suppl, 82| OBJ 3: The clarity of the glorified body results from the merit 319 Suppl, 82| be in the power of ~the glorified body to show forth its clarity 320 Suppl, 82| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a glorified body will be necessarily 321 Suppl, 82| 1: It would seem that a glorified body will be necessarily 322 Suppl, 82| non-glorified body. For the glorified bodies will be lightsome. 323 Suppl, 82| other things. Therefore the glorified ~bodies will be seen of 324 Suppl, 82| behind it are hidden. Now the glorified body will hide other ~bodies 325 Suppl, 82| to the ~will, so that the glorified body be able to be of greater 326 Suppl, 82| contrary, our body will be glorified in being made like to the ~ 327 Suppl, 82| Therefore neither will the ~glorified body be necessarily seen.~ 328 Suppl, 82| external object. Wherefore a glorified body may be seen or not 329 Suppl, 82| will be in the power of a glorified soul for its body to ~be 330 Suppl, 82| soul's power; else the glorified body would not be a perfectly 331 Suppl, 82| will be obedient to the glorified body so that ~this will 332 Suppl, 82| perfectly. But the color of the glorified body will be completely 333 Suppl, 82| Quantity is inherent to the glorified body itself, nor ~would 334 Suppl, 82| soul's bidding ~without the glorified body suffering some alteration 335 Suppl, 83| they be withheld in the glorified bodies, which will be wholly 336 Suppl, 83| will be passible. But the glorified bodies, albeit ~they receive 337 Suppl, 87| appear under the form of His glorified humanity?~(3) Whether His 338 Suppl, 87| Christ will appear in His glorified humanity?~Aquin.: SMT XP 339 Suppl, 87| will not appear in His ~glorified humanity. For a gloss [* 340 Suppl, 87| wicked, under the form of His glorified humanity: because the eye 341 Suppl, 87| because the eye that is ~not glorified is seemingly unproportionate 342 Suppl, 87| to see the clarity of a ~glorified body. Therefore He will 343 Suppl, 87| will not appear under a glorified form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] 344 Suppl, 87| not appear to all in His glorified form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] 345 Suppl, 87| judged by Christ will have a glorified ~body. Much more therefore 346 Suppl, 87| will the Judge appear in a glorified form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] 347 Suppl, 87| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A glorified body has it in its power 348 Suppl, 87| itself to an eye that is not glorified, as stated above (Q[85], ~ 349 Suppl, 87| be visible to all in His glorified form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] 350 Suppl, 88| Rm. 1:20). ~Accordingly glorified man will nowise need creatures 351 Suppl, 88| renewed, and man will be ~glorified.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 352 Suppl, 88| cease as soon as man is glorified.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 353 Suppl, 88| stated above, will serve glorified man ~in another way; hence 354 Suppl, 88| so it seems, when man is ~glorified.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 355 Suppl, 88| be ~bettered when he is glorified. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 356 Suppl, 88| Therefore the elements will be glorified as well as the heavenly 357 Suppl, 88| are in man's body will be glorified by the addition of ~brightness 358 Suppl, 88| brightness when man is glorified. Now it is fitting that 359 Suppl, 88| 3: The earth will not be glorified with brightness in the ~ 360 Suppl, 88| though the whole earth be glorified, ~the wicked will nevertheless 361 Suppl, 88| service the elements ~will be glorified. Therefore both animals 362 Suppl, 88| mineral bodies ~will be glorified likewise.~Aquin.: SMT XP 363 Suppl, 88| nature and the perfection of ~glorified nature), so also there is 364 Suppl, 89| of the body. Because the glorified eye has greater power ~than 365 Suppl, 89| power ~than one that is not glorified. Now the blessed Job saw 366 Suppl, 89| more therefore will the glorified eye be able to ~see God 367 Suppl, 89| speaking of the sight of the glorified eyes, ~expresses himself 368 Suppl, 89| to see God. Therefore the glorified eyes will be able to see ~ 369 Suppl, 89| specifically the ~same in the glorified body, as in a non-glorified 370 Suppl, 89| bodies, ~especially in the glorified bodies and most of all in 371 Suppl, 90| separated soul. But the ~glorified body will be a body of this 372 Suppl, 90| it has been united to a glorified ~body, its operation will 373 Suppl, 90| 1: The soul united to a glorified body is more like to God ~ 374 Suppl, 90| through being ~united to a glorified body, the soul will be more 375 Suppl, 94| 7: "As much as she hath glorified ~herself and lived in delicacies, 376 Suppl, 96| punished: "As much as she hath glorified ~herself and lived in delicacies, 377 Appen1, 1| 7): "As much as she hath glorified herself and lived in ~delicacies,


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