Cover of: resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul | Henry Felton

resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul

asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary"s on Easter-Monday, 1725 in which Mr. Lock"s notions of personality and identity are confuted and the author of the Naked Gospel is answered
  • 26 Pages
  • 3.17 MB
  • 4097 Downloads
  • English
by
Printed at the Theatre, and are to be sold by Steph. Fletcher, and Rich Clements Booksellers in Oxford and Benj. Motte Bookseller near the Middle Temple-Gate in London , London
Resurrection -- Early works to
Statementby Henry Felton.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBT870 .F44 1725b
The Physical Object
Pagination[6], 26 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23414266M

The Resurrection of the Same Numerical Body, and Its Reunion to the Same Soul: Asserted in a Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford, at St. Personality and Identity Are Confuted, and t [Felton, Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Resurrection of the Same Numerical Body, and Its Reunion to the Same Soul: Asserted in a Sermon Preached. The resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul: asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St.

Description resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul EPUB

Mary's on Easter-Monday, in which Mr. Lock's notions of personality and identity are confuted and the author of the Naked Gospel is answeredPages: The Resurrection of the Same Numerical Body, and Its Reunion to the Same Soul Asserted in a Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford, at St.

Mary's on Easter-Monday, in which Mr. Lock's Notions of Personality and Identity are Confuted and the Author of the Naked Gospel is Answered. It was popular in its day, and passed through several editions. In Felton preached before the university on Easter day a sermon on The Resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul, against Mr.

Locke's notion of personality and identity. Objection 1: It would seem that the soul will not be reunited to the same identical body at the resurrection, for "thou sowest not the body that shall be, but bare grain" (1 Cor).

Now the Apostle is there comparing death to sowing and resurrection to fructifying. The Resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul, against Mr. Locke's notion of personality and identity.() The Common People taught to defend their Communion with the Church of England against the attempts and insinuations of Popish emissaries.

In a Dialogue between a Popish Priest and a Plain Countryman (). The resurrection is not described in terms of a totally new creation but in terms of a change of the old creation" (Future Grace, ).

We will have the same bodies There are many Scriptural reasons for believing that we will be raised with the same body that died. First, Christ was raised in the same body He had before He died. The resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul: asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St.

Mary's on Easter-Monday, in which Mr. Lock's notions of personality and identity are confuted and the author of the Naked Gospel is answered /. what it means to be resurrected with the same body, of which I count no fewer than eight.

Raising the body as it was when it died The first of these accounts is this: RB1 (= Resurrection Body 1). A person’s resurrected body will consist of all and only those bits of matter of which that person’s body was composed at the point of death. The resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul; asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St.

Mary’s on Easter-Monday, In which Mr. Lock’s notions of personality and identity are confuted. And the author of the Naked gospel is answered.

By Henry Felton. The resurrection of the same numerical body: and its reunion to the same soul ; asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's. On. Part of the problem is that different folks may use the terms "resurrection body" and "glorified body" in different ways.

As I use these terms, I would use them interchangeably. The key texts, in my opinion, are probably 1 Corinthians 15 (especially verses ) and 2 Corinthians Another key text would be Philippians I believe the Bible teaches that when a New Testament saint. Rather, when referencing the same body, he states, "it is sown a natural body, it is raised a spiritual body." (v.

44). The "it" is referring to the same body in both clauses--not separate and different ones. This same body becomes a resurrected body--which is the spiritual body to which He is referring. These will be the same bodies people had in earthly life—but our resurrection bodies will not die and, for the righteous, they will be transformed into a glorified state, freed from suffering and pain, and enabled to do many of the amazing things Jesus could do with his glorified body (see 1 Cor.

–44, 1 John ). So, to deny the general resurrection would imply a denial of Christ's resurrection (1 Cor ). After the resurrection, each of person will have the same body (except for imperfections) that he had in this life.

If this involves having the same matter, this is surely within God's power. As the soul separated from the body is naturally imperfect, the consummation of its happiness, replete with every good, seems to demand the resurrection of the body. The first of these reasons appears to be urged by Christ Himself in Matthew ; the second reminds one of the words of St.

Paul, 1 Corinthiansand 2 Thessalonians This last resurrection will occur after the millennium at the end of the earth. Mormons believe that resurrection is the perfect unity of body and spirit, and that only as resurrected beings can we experience a fulness of joy (Doctrine and Covenants ).

Resurrected beings, however, once judged, will not all inherit the same glory. Upon the death of the body, the spirit of a believer takes departure, closing the senses of the body until the day of its resurrection.

Immediately upon the death of our bodies, we leave the flesh, “to depart, and to be with Christ” (Philippians ), “waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body” (Romans ).

This is the real, the true resurrection won directly by Christ, for it is not just a reunion of soul and body, but also an act of vivification, a renewal. It is an event in which believers, united in soul and body, enter into communion with Christ and are being re-created after God’s image (Rom.

29; Phil. Hearne's subsequent notices are disparaging and even virulent.

Download resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul PDF

In Felton preached before the university on Easter day a sermon on ‘The Resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul, against Mr. Locke's notion of personality and identity.’. Now it is necessary that after the resurrection the body be resumed by the same soul.

Therefore it is also necessary for the same parts of the body to return to the same limbs, in which they were perfected by the same parts of the soul. Objection 2. Further, difference of matter causes difference of identity.

Resurrection is the reunion of the spirit with an immortal physical body. The body laid in the grave is mortal; the resurrected physical body is immortal. The whole of man, the united spirit and body, is defined in modern scripture as the "soul" of man.

Resurrection from the dead constitutes the redemption of the soul (D&C ). Henry Felton has 15 books on Goodreads with 3 ratings. Henry Felton’s most popular book is A Dissertation on Reading the Classics and Forming a Just Styl.

“The truth about man’s destiny ‘cannot be understood as a state of the soul alone, separated (according to Plato, liberated) from the body, but must be understood as the definitively and perfectly “integrated” state of man brought by a [perfect] union of the soul with the body.'” (Theology of the Body.

Immortal Soul, Resurrection Body. For Calvin, the very idea that the soul “sleeps” until the resurrection made no sense, given the unique properties of the human soul. As a creationist, Calvin affirmed that the human soul is not eternal but is uniquely created by God at the moment of conception and possesses independent and immortal.

Oh consider what joy there will be at the reuniting of the body and the soul at the resurrection. Look what sweet embraces of joy were between old Jacob and Joseph, when they first saw one another; such, and infinitely more, will there be when the body and soul of a saint shall meet together at the resurrection.

Gen   Miracles, glorification, and resurrection violate no laws of physics. These events have the same formal cause that makes rocks fall to the earth, but they are beyond physics.

The resurrection completed the work of redemption, and the glorified body of. Let’s open our Bibles to 1 Corinthians, chap and look at Paul’s chapter on resurrection. The resurrection of believers is the theme of this chapter.

The Bible promises a redemption of the body. What Luke and John introduce here, namely that Jesus appeared in the same body that had been placed in the tomb represents a major departure from early Christian resurrection faith.

This understanding of Jesus’ resurrection has led to endless confusion on the part of sincere Christians who do believe Jesus was raised from the dead. Once we are clothed with our ultimate body (i.e., our "resurrection body"), the same in type as that with which our blessed Savior is now forever clothed, we will no longer be subject to death just as He is not (Rom; 1Jn; cf.

Rev). The body sown in the ground is entirely different from the one raised. Our resurrection body is raised imperishable, which means that it cannot perish.

It will not wear out, grow old or ever get sick or diseased.

Details resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul PDF

Just as we received from Adam, our forefather, life in the physical realm, so Christians receive spiritual life from the last Adam.As the soul has a natural propensity to the body, its perpetual separation from the body would seem unnatural.

As the body is the partner of the soul's crimes, and the companion of her virtues, the justice of God seems to demand that the body be the sharer in the soul's punishment and reward.Reincarnation is something I used to feel was the case, I don't know why this feeling was with me, but at the time I was not a man of G_D at all.

my thoughts were that we had a spirit, it entered into the body of a newborn child within a certain time, the body and the spirit within lived the life of trial on this earth; on death of the body the spirit left it,and if all did not go well during.