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Bishop Kallistos Ware
Orthodox Church

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I,Intro | they have been able to open up fresh lines of thought, 2 I, 2,2 | Hereafter you shall see heaven open,. Our Lord promised, .and 3 I, 2,2 | none but God Himself can open to man the way of union. 4 I, 2,4 | required of an ~elder, he can open the door of his cell and 5 I, 3,1 | Long before there was an open and formal ~schism between 6 I, 3,1 | first came properly into the open, but the two differences ~ 7 I, 3,1 | question had come out ~into the open. In earlier centuries the 8 I, 3,1 | and the east avoided an open conflict ~over the Papal 9 I, 3,1 | trangement, but there was no open schism. The two sides had 10 I, 3,1 | brought ~fully into the open. ~ But in 1190 Theodore 11 I, 3,2 | Pope.s letters. Thus an ~open breach existed between the 12 I, 3,2 | Photius had forced ~into the open. Matters had been patched 13 I, 3,3 | this only came into the open in the thirteenth century). 14 I, 4,3 | their oppressors in an ~open fight and actually defeated 15 I, 6,1 | separation first came into the open at a Church council in 1503. ~ 16 I, 6,3 | such ~houses as remained open she imposed a strict limitation 17 I, 7,10 | undertake missionary work of an open kind; but in Russia, where 18 I, 7,10 | Bolsheviks, as under the Turks, open missionary work is ~impossible. 19 II, 1,2 | knocks, but waits for~man to open the door — He does not break 20 II, 1,3 | Resurrection, when the tomb~burst open under the pressure of divine 21 II, 2,4 | whole question entirely open: let us avoid detailed formulation 22 II, 3,2 | screen was surmounted~by an open series of columns supporting 23 II, 3,2 | example, and revert to a more open type of iconostasis; in 24 II, 3,2 | the gates are sometimes open,~sometimes closed, while 25 II, 3,2 | the walls of the church~open out upon eternity, and they 26 II, 3,2 | gates of the Holy Door left open in the Liturgy;~more open 27 II, 3,2 | open in the Liturgy;~more open form of iconostasis, and 28 II, 4,4 | the church, usually in the open immediately~49~in front


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