One of the attributes of God taught by (c. 427–348 B.C.) Greek philosopher, Socrates’s student, Aristotle’s teacher, and founder of the only rigorously non materialist philosophical t... more that God cannot suffer, and is without body, parts or passions. Greek culture valued reason and viewed passions as a weakness because one is moved by an outside force (e-motion). Accordingly, God suffers no passions and nothing can be done to move or change the will of an all-powerful, all-knowing god. This concept was adopted by many early Christians and was integral to some of their creeds. In Western medieval theology this attribute is also ascribed to glorified bodies in the The doctrine that Jesus’ spiritual essence was reunited with his physical body and that other humans will likewise live again with their spirit or s... more, along with According to medieval theology, it is one of the four qualities of that glorified human bodies possess after the resurrection. Agility refers to the b... more, is a term derived from the Latin word for “bright” that refers to a glorified resurrected bodies ability to shine with glorious light emanating fr... more, and The concept in medieval theology that glorified resurrected human bodies possess the ability to enter or pass through another body or material barrier... more.