The Bible affirms in more than one place that the Holy Spirit indwells the believer.
Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God? You are not your own, 1 Corinthians 6:19 ESV
A prominent understanding of mankind is that we have a body, soul and spirit. So, my question is to understand in what sense does the Holy Spirit indwell the believer. Is it in all three aspects? The body, soul and spirit? Or is it just perhaps the soul and spirit or just the spirit?
The body still seems to be under the curse at this point, since it will die, yet the verse immediately after the one above uses the indwelling of the Holy Spirit as an exhortation for the believer to glorify God with his or her body.
I understand that this question should be targeted to a specific tradition. I am most interested in an evangelical perspective. I don't even know, though, if this has ever been addressed in the Catholic or Orthodox traditions. If so, perhaps a separate question targeted at those traditions would be appropriate.