Correct. Spirits of lower glory cannot be touched and felt with temporal flesh.
Correct, the spirit is endless and has always existed, and exists after it leaves the temporal body, and cannot be annihilated. But when the spirit enters into the temporal realm, it is dead, being cut off from the presence of God. The spirit is in essence dead (cannot progress) until it is raised to a higher state.True our spirits are made up of spirit matter according to D&C 131 but the spirit body which is made of spirit matter never dies and already is immortal.
It is flesh and bone; it is spirit; your spiritual flesh and spiritual bone of your spirit body, but glorified. I know you've probably had this idea since primary, but you need to break away from the "hand going back into a glove" paradigm; it's a misunderstanding. The resurrection of the just is the glorification of our spirit body.But when we speak of the resurrection, we are speaking of receiving bodies of flesh and bones again just as we have flesh and bones here on this earth.
Correct. It was a different type of resurrection than ours. There are various kinds. The resurrection of the just (baptism of fire and Holy Ghost), translation, translation of the temporal body after separation (like Christ), re-entering of the spirit into the temporal body (like Lazarus), transmigration, lateral renewal, condescension (being born in the womb), temporary condescension (like christ's at Bountiful), condescension into the garden (Adam and Eve), any event rising to a new rung/state of the everlasting covenant, etc. (as well as dark variants)Jesus allowed his disciples to touch and feel him and he even ate food with them.
In this case Christ temporarily entered into the tabernacle, which he manipulated and healed and veiled his glory (if he didn't the earth would burn) to be amongst the disciples; like a translated body. When he was done with it it didn't arise with him. The resurrected body in which he presented himself to the Father wasn't the same he showed the the disciples. If it was, the earth would melt in his presence.
Correct, because it has added glory. It is our spirit body more glorified and exalted; it's not the same as before. It's regenerated and brought to a higher level of existence, able to come back into the presence of God.The body we are resurrected with is not the same as our spirit body.
Yes, because blood is a specific attribute of the mortal body. The resurrected body does not use blood to function; it is filled with light and energy. The spirit flesh, spirit bone, spirit organs, is the spirit body, but with glory.It is said to be a spiritual body because the life of the resurrected body is from the spirit and not from blood.
Correct. The baptism of fire and the holy ghost quickens our inner man and resurrects our spirit body, being glorified; it is a spiritual body. It has the reception of the Holy Ghost which unites us to Christ.The quickening of our resurrected bodies is by the spirit which gives it life and thus it is a spiritual body.
The earth's spirit is what is resurrected in the baptism of fire at the second coming; it leaves the old temporal shell and ascends closer to the realm of God. Whatever level of glory we have in the final judgment is where we end up. If we obtained the resurrection of the just (the baptism of fire and Holy Ghost) we rise with the Earth's glorified spirit. If we didn't, we remain on the old shell.The Lord is able to eventually make this earth a celestial kingdom and the matter of this earth will be changed.I don't think it impossible for God to raise up matter from this earth to be part of our immortal resurrected bodies. This is why they say our immortal bodies rise from the dead.
We rise from the dead because our spirits were dead when coming to earth; to be redeemed/born again is the resurrection of the just.
23 That Christ should suffer, and that he should be the first that should rise from the dead, and should shew light unto the people, and to the Gentiles.