Greetings pilgrims, There's a good discussion on this topic from 2016 (see below), so we don't need to rehash the whole subject. Much is made of the disciples seeing Christ's scars after his resurrection. But, did the disciples see Christ's glorified body? The answer, I'm pretty sure, is no. We catch a little glimpse of his eternal glory in the Transfiguration, but I think in heaven the site will be even greater*. So will Christ retain his scars throughout all eternity? I think the answer is that we just don't know. But I want to hear what your ideas are. Thanks, Ed The wounds of Christ in his glorified body https://puritanboard.com/threads/the-wounds-of-Christ-in-his-glorified-body.88830/ * A well-known Christian writer ( I don't remember who) likened Christ's time of humiliation to an oil lamp with the wick turned quite low. And the Transfiguration as that wick being turned up a bit.