We must now consider such things as were co-assumed by the Son of God in human nature; and first what belongs to perfection; secondly, what belongs to defect.
Concerning the first, there are three points of consideration: (1) The grace of Christ; (2) His knowledge; (3) His power.
With regard to His grace we must consider two things: (1) His grace as He is an individual man; (2) His grace as He is the Head of the Church.
Of the grace of union we have already spoken ( Q ).
Under the first head there are thirteen points of inquiry:
A Whether in the soul of Christ there was any habitual grace?
A Whether in Christ there were virtues?
A Whether He had faith?
A Whether He had hope?
A Whether in Christ there were the gifts?
A Whether in Christ there was the gift of fear?
A Whether in Christ there were any gratuitous graces?
A Whether in Christ there was prophecy?
A Whether there was the fulness of grace in Him?
A Whether such fulness was proper to Christ?
A Whether the grace of Christ was infinite?
A Whether it could have been increased?
A How this grace stood towards the union?