Since the church fathers’ works, corporal resurrection was a necessary part of Christian eschatology. According to a consensus among theologians, the soul together with its body was to be rewarded in heaven or hell. But what would this future body be like, which had to remain the old body in its essence and material continuity? Like their medieval predecessors, the Jesuits devoted many quaestiones of their Cursus theologici on this special issue of the body-soul-problem. How could sensual experiences take place in an area, which excluded alterations and couldn’t allow a medium? How could the traditional qualities of the resurrected flesh, agilitas, claritas, subtilitas and impassbilitas be explained, according to the laws of contemporary physics? The paper takes Francesco Suarez, the Ingolstadt Jesuit Adam Tanner and Rodrigo Arriaga as examples of the living debate on this subject among the Jesuits.