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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,1| Ignatius the Godbearer),~a world of greater or lesser errors 2 Intro, A,1| observing the contemporary~world, we see that the errors 3 Intro, A,4| Scripture). In the Protestant world the “non-canonicalbooks 4 Intro, A,5| anywhere in the~Orthodox world are catechumens or the non-Orthodox 5 Intro, C | wholeness of the Christian~world view. A Christian of the 6 Intro, C,1| God Who has come into the world, is the cornerstone of Sacred 7 Intro, C,2| Providence, Savior~of the world, and Perfector of the destiny 8 Intro, C,2| Perfector of the destiny of the world.~ 9 I, 1,2 | of the mind, it gives a world view.~But if it remained 10 I, 1,2 | But if it remained only a world view, its power to move 11 I, 1,5 | from the creation of the~world are clearly seen, being 12 I, 1,5 | from the creation of the world through observing the created 13 I, 1,5 | reasoning (Rom. 1:21). “The world is the kingdom of the~Divine 14 I, 1,5 | the relation of~God to the world and to man.~Other heretics 15 I, 1,6 | they~provide for the whole world, their good order, brightness, 16 I, 1,7 | distinction from the created~world (for example, God is unoriginate, 17 I, 1,7 | is unoriginate, while the world has an origin; He is endless, 18 I, 1,7 | He is endless, while the~world has an end; He is eternal, 19 I, 1,7 | He is eternal, while the world exists in time); or 2) about 20 I, 1,7 | activities of God~in the world and the relation of the 21 I, 1,7 | existence. If in the imperfect world we~see free and rational 22 I, 1,11 | some limited region in~the world, which is characteristic 23 I, 1,11 | beings, but to the whole world and all the beings~that 24 I, 1,11 | the general harmony of the world, but it is~to man that God 25 I, 1,11 | fact that He sent into the world~for suffering and death ( 26 I, 1,12 | God regarding evil in the world and the acts of free beingsis 27 I, 1,12 | of the salvation of the world, when “God will be all~in 28 I, 1,12 | ordering of the visible world,~dedicating to this subject 29 I, 1,12 | history of the creation of the world, written by such Fathers 30 I, 1,12 | orderly arrangement of the world: “In wisdom~hast Thou made 31 I, 1,12 | the whole existence of the world is directed to a single 32 I, 1,14 | God is the Creator of the world. It is He Who~cares for 33 I, 1,14 | is He Who~cares for the world in His Providence. He is 34 I, 1,14 | evil and evil people in the world, this is not because~He 35 I, 1,16 | by the creation of the world. The~world is an existence, 36 I, 1,16 | creation of the world. The~world is an existence, which is 37 I, 1,16 | God, as the origin of the world is only a manifestation~ 38 I, 1,16 | the eternity of~God The world is not co-eternal with God; 39 I, 1,16 | Nevertheless, the creation of the world is~the realization of the 40 I, 1,16 | Blessed Augustine). The world is not like God in its~essence, 41 I, 1,16 | these attributes~of the world do not contradict the fact 42 I, 1,17 | to the sufferings of the world created by Him; but in this 43 I, 1,17 | up~from the whole angelic world and every creature in God' 44 I, 1,17 | every creature in God's world: “The sun sings Thy praises; 45 I, 2,1 | merely~be extended to the world created by Him: in the Holy 46 I, 2,1 | closeness~of God to the world: God above us, God with 47 I, 2,1 | Persons were manifested to the world with~the coming and Incarnation 48 I, 2,1 | Divinity, revealed to the world in time, in the~New Testament, 49 I, 2,1 | from the Father into the world and by~the activity of the 50 I, 2,3 | this manifestation to the world of the Triune God is given 51 I, 2,3 | appeared and enlightened the world, glory~to Thee.”~In the 52 I, 2,4 | throughout the~whole inhabited world, to the ends of the earth, 53 I, 2,4 | dispersed~throughout the entire world, as we have said, carefully 54 I, 2,4 | are many dialects in the world, the power of Tradition 55 I, 2,4 | and passing through this world to persuade others also 56 I, 2,5 | Holy Trinity in the created world, from~the activities and 57 I, 2,5 | God's Providence in the world as they have been expressed 58 I, 2,5 | events as the creation of the world, the coming of the Son of 59 I, 2,6 | intermediate~between God and the world, or as an impersonal divine 60 I, 2,7 | are directed towards the~world and the human race. That 61 I, 2,7 | of the Holy Spirit in~the world, that is, to the providential 62 I, 2,8 | immediate contact with the world and requiring~an intermediary. 63 I, 2,8 | that God is near to the world, that God is love, and that 64 I, 2,8 | the Father — so loved the world that He gave His Only-begotten 65 I, 2,8 | belongs~the creation of the world and a ceaseless providence 66 I, 2,8 | ceaseless providence over the world. If in the word of God~the 67 I, 2,8 | infinitely remote from the world, and the finite, creaturely~ 68 I, 2,8 | and the finite, creaturely~world.~In the history of the Church, 69 I, 2,9 | disturbed the whole Christian world, since it drew after it 70 I, 2,9 | activity of the Persons in the world: the Father is~He Who sends; 71 I, 2,9 | sent by~the Father into the world (v. 24), He places Himself 72 I, 2,9 | and godly in this present world, looking for that~blessed 73 I, 2,9 | For God so loved the world, that He gave His only-begotten 74 I, 2,9 | had with~Thee before the world was” (John 17:5).~f. Of 75 I, 2,9 | God as the Creator of the world:~“All things were made by 76 I, 2,10 | come, He will~reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, 77 I, 2,10 | because~the prince of this world is judged” (John 16:8-11).~ 78 I, 2,10 | forgiven him, neither in this~world, neither in the world to 79 I, 2,10 | this~world, neither in the world to come” (Matt. 12:32).~ 80 I, 2,11 | knowledge of God in the world,~to God's activities in 81 I, 2,11 | God's activities in the world, it sees everywhere and 82 I, 2,11 | from the creation of the world are clearly seen,~being 83 I, 2,11 | the sending down to~the world and the death on the cross 84 II | Part II~God Manifest in the World~ 85 II, 3,1 | account of the creation of the world, set forth on the first 86 II, 3,1 | tales of the origin of the world, as well~as from the various 87 II, 3,1 | beginning and~development of the world order. It is extremely brief, 88 II, 3,1 | history of the creation of the world. It is presented with the 89 II, 3,1 | fundamental truths of~God, of the world, and of man.~A. Of God. 90 II, 3,1 | Essence~independent of the world. The first words of the 91 II, 3,1 | and the Spirit above this world. Since He existed also before 92 II, 3,1 | before the creation of the world,~His Being is outside of 93 II, 3,1 | stages of the creation of the world, the writer of Genesis concludes~ 94 II, 3,1 | Gen. 1:31).~B. Of the world. From the magnificent schema 95 II, 3,1 | Moses of the origin of the world,~there follow a series of 96 II, 3,1 | direct conclusions about the world, namely:~(1) How the world 97 II, 3,1 | world, namely:~(1) How the world arose:~(a) The world does 98 II, 3,1 | the world arose:~(a) The world does not exist eternally, 99 II, 3,1 | What the nature of the world is:~(a) The world in its 100 II, 3,1 | of the world is:~(a) The world in its essence is distinct 101 II, 3,1 | nature distinct from the world, and the world from God.~( 102 II, 3,1 | from the world, and the world from God.~(b) God did not 103 II, 3,1 | from the creation~of the world.~(c) In the world there 104 II, 3,1 | of the world.~(c) In the world there is nothing uncreated, 105 II, 3,1 | with the creation of the world.~C. Of man. Man is the highest 106 II, 3,1 | account of the creation of the world. Without the acknowledgment 107 II, 3,1 | to acknowledge that the world is co-eternal with God, 108 II, 3,1 | same as saying that the world itself is like God in dignity, 109 II, 3,1 | manifestation of nature in the world, might be able to consider 110 II, 3,1 | simple atheism.~But the world had a beginning. The world 111 II, 3,1 | world had a beginning. The world was created in time. There 112 II, 3,2 | The manner of the world's creation.~The world was 113 II, 3,2 | the world's creation.~The world was created out of nothing. 114 II, 3,2 | beginning at the creation of the world; until then there was only~ 115 II, 3,2 | p. 351).~God created the world by His thought, by His will, 116 II, 3,2 | 205).~Thus, although the world was created in time, God 117 II, 3,2 | pre-eternal being” of the whole world, so also,~on the same foundation 118 II, 3,3 | Catechism express it thus: The world was created by God “so that 119 II, 3,3 | expressed in the creation of the world, is to be found in many 120 II, 3,4 | indicate the good order of the world as created by the Good one. 121 II, 3,4 | 1:31).~God created the world perfect. However, Revelation 122 II, 3,4 | not say that the present world was~perfect to such an extent 123 II, 3,4 | present condition. The earthly world in its~highest representatives — 124 II, 3,4 | present condition of the world will be replaced at some 125 II, 3,4 | before the creation of the world, Blessed~Augustine replies, “ 126 II, 3,4 | His great conceptions, the world's forms devised by~Him, 127 II, 3,4 | Theologian, Homily 4, On the World).~To the question, How was 128 II, 3,4 | expressed before there was a world, St.~Methodius of Patara 129 II, 3,5 | The Angelic World~The first and highest place 130 II, 3,5 | The invisible, angelic world was created by God and created~ 131 II, 3,5 | created~before the visible world. “When the stars were made, 132 II, 3,5 | before He created the visible world (Sts. Ambrose, Jerome, Gregory~ 133 II, 3,5 | creation of the visible world the angels already~stood 134 II, 3,5 | Him, He devised another world, material and visible,~the 135 II, 3,5 | belong to the invisible world, they cannot be seen by 136 II, 3,5 | Scripture presents the angelic world as extraordinarily large. 137 II, 3,5 | natural to suppose that in the world of angels, just as in~the 138 II, 3,5 | just as in~the material world, there are various degrees 139 II, 3,5 | Areopagite, divides the angelic world into nine choirs or ranks, 140 II, 3,5 | named, not only in this world, but also in that which 141 II, 3,5 | named, not only in this world, but also in that which 142 II, 3,5 | light, and order beyond this world. But we can speak of this 143 II, 3,5 | beings of the spiritual world? It is evident that they 144 II, 3,5 | the material and sensible world. Of this service the Holy 145 II, 3,5 | cooperation, uphold the whole~world” (St. Gregory the Theologian, “ 146 II, 3,5 | elements and the heavens, the world and everything that is in 147 II, 3,5 | embrace different parts of the world, or are appointed~over different 148 II, 3,6 | a higher purpose in the world.~2. The concept of man's 149 II, 3,6 | not earthly, but above the world, heavenly. The high~pre-eminence 150 II, 3,6 | he shall gain the whole world, and lose has own~soul? 151 II, 3,6 | come to earth from a higher world. This teaching of Origen 152 II, 3,6 | appearance of death in the world, and thus it is in itself 153 II, 3,6 | In those confessions and world views —~even though they 154 II, 3,6 | man above all the earthly world, having given him reason 155 II, 3,6 | purpose.~God and the spiritual world lie before man's spiritual 156 II, 3,6 | bodily gaze lies the~material world.~a. The first purpose of 157 II, 3,6 | gaze is directed to the world. Man has been placed as 158 II, 3,6 | proclaiming the will~of God in the world in word and deed; he is 159 II, 3,6 | from the creation of the world are~clearly seen . . . even 160 II, 3,6 | reflecting deeply on the world, have paused with astonishment 161 II, 3,6 | rationality of the order of the world, and have been raised up 162 II, 3,6 | superb Artist Who created the world most wisely and skillfully; 163 II, 4,1 | God's providence over the world.~“My father worketh hitherto, 164 II, 4,1 | care and providing for the world. Although God~rested on 165 II, 4,1 | He did not abandon the world. God~“giveth to all life, 166 II, 4,1 | The power of God keeps the world in existence and participates 167 II, 4,1 | embraces everything in the world. God provides not only for 168 II, 4,1 | whole immense space of the world God fills~the heavens and 169 II, 4,1 | By God's Providence the world of vegetation lives on the 170 II, 4,1 | ceaseless activity of God in the world is expressed in~the Symbol 171 II, 4,1 | God's Providence over the world is a ceaseless and inseparable 172 II, 4,1 | the varied and changing world under different~forms and 173 II, 4,1 | of the life given to the world at its creation; it is not 174 II, 4,1 | will into the life of the world. The life of the world is 175 II, 4,1 | the world. The life of the world is constantly in God's right~ 176 II, 4,1 | in God's right~hand: “The world could not stand for an instant 177 II, 4,1 | instinctive, and in the rational world also morally~freeGod' 178 II, 4,1 | separate strivings in the world,~are corrected and healed 179 II, 4,1 | directs the life of~the whole world towards the good goal which 180 II, 4,1 | violates its purpose in the world, no matter how much it~falls, 181 II, 4,1 | time — the history~of the world will still culminate in 182 II, 4,1 | and goodness of God in the world, the Apostle Paul cries~ 183 II, 4,2 | most perfect Artist of the~world. Labor itself must have 184 II, 4,2 | himself by comparison~with the world which lay before his eyes, 185 II, 5,1 | Evil and sin in the world.Evil and Misfortune. “Evil,” 186 II, 5,1 | misfortunes in the physical world — for example, earthquakes, 187 II, 5,1 | nor evil. In the general world system~they are what shadows 188 II, 5,1 | the all-wise order of the world, where~the endlessly various 189 II, 5,1 | development and renewal in the world.~Suffering and Sin. To a 190 II, 5,1 | from people to the~animal world and to the whole of creation: “ 191 II, 5,1 | elements and powers of the world which~were created by God. 192 II, 5,1 | evil arise? God created the world pure, perfect,~free from 193 II, 5,1 | from evil. Evil entered the world as a consequence of the 194 II, 5,1 | of God, originally in the world of fleshless spirits, and 195 II, 5,2 | The fall in the Angelic world; Evil spirits.~According 196 II, 5,2 | the fall in the angelic world? From this same Divine Revelation 197 II, 5,2 | s envy death entered the world” (Wis. 2:24). Likewise in~ 198 II, 5,2 | Being~cast down from the world above, the devil and his 199 II, 5,2 | his servants act in the world under the heaven,~among 200 II, 5,2 | of the darkness of this world”~(Eph. 6:12). The devil 201 II, 5,3 | s envy death entered the world” (Wis. 2:24).~What was the 202 II, 5,3 | John 2:15-16, “Love not the world, neither the things that 203 II, 5,3 | the things that are in the world ...~For all that is in the 204 II, 5,3 | For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, 205 II, 5,3 | the Father, but is of the world.” The lust of the flesh 206 II, 5,3 | greed and hunger for the world, envy; and pride is self-esteem, 207 II, 5,3 | corrupt elements of the world, in which dissolution and~ 208 II, 5,3 | man sin entered~into the world, and death by sin, and so 209 II, 5,3 | distinguished him from the animal world; nor the freedom of his 210 II, 5,3 | man sin entered~into the world, and death by sin; and so 211 II, 5,3 | they are those “of whom~the world was not worthy” (Heb. 11: 212 II, 5,3 | general sinfulness of~the world (1 John 2:15-16). Sin is 213 II, 6,1 | before~the foundation of the world, that we should be holy 214 II, 6,1 | For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten 215 II, 6,1 | before~the foundation of the world” (Eph. 1:4). The word of 216 II, 6,1 | before the foundation of the world” (1 Peter 1:20).~ 217 II, 6,2 | which deceiveth~the whole world; he war cast out into the 218 II, 6,2 | promise of a Saviour of the world.~b) Prophecies: the blessing 219 II, 6,2 | Saviour, but also the whole world, although to a~lesser degree.~ 220 II, 6,2 | degree.~Even in the pagan world there were preserved — even 221 II, 6,2 | religions of the ancient world (for example, the~prediction 222 II, 6,2 | the three~parts of the old world towards the end of the Old 223 II, 6,2 | best people in the pagan world for the reception~of the 224 II, 6,2 | every country of the pagan world, and that Christ~Himself 225 II, 6,3 | For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten 226 II, 6,3 | of His Father before the world~according to His Godhead, 227 II, 6,3 | with glory to~judge the world and His Kingdom will have 228 II, 6,3 | times throughout the whole world.~The sinlessness of the 229 II, 6,4 | majesty of her service in the world by the~righteous Joseph, 230 II, 6,4 | Jesuits in the Roman Catholic world (Further on the Immaculate 231 II, 6,5 | bound up with the end of~the world. The Cross and the Resurrection 232 II, 6,5 | Himselfthe sins of the entire world; He received in Himself 233 II, 6,5 | Lamb slaughtered~for the world. Are we capable of embracing 234 II, 6,5 | future fate of the~whole world. They constantly proclaim 235 II, 6,5 | from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God, Who 236 II, 6,5 | Son of God came into the world in order a) to open the 237 II, 6,6 | A. The condition of the world before the coming of the 238 II, 6,6 | mystery~of the Cross . . . The world, that is, the human race, 239 II, 6,6 | God to descend into the world, to take upon Himself a 240 II, 6,6 | B. The salvation of the world in Christ.~How was the general 241 II, 6,6 | of the salvation of the world is presented in the Sacred 242 II, 6,6 | taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).~“And He is 243 II, 6,6 | for the sins of the~whole world” (1 John 2:2).“Christ died 244 II, 6,6 | of the salvation of the world here indicated, the death~ 245 II, 6,6 | ones of the pre Christian world; and thus they express the 246 II, 6,6 | Lord for the Old Testament world, a significance which comes 247 II, 6,6 | Christ,~reconciling the world unto Himself, not imputing 248 II, 6,6 | is the salvation of the world in the broad sense of the 249 II, 6,6 | complete justification of the world: “Passover~of incorruption, 250 II, 6,6 | incorruption, salvation of the world” (Exapostilarion of Pascha). 251 II, 6,6 | cleansing of the sins of the world, the reconciliation with 252 II, 6,6 | has been brought into the world.~The wordredemption” in 253 II, 6,6 | before the foundation~of the world” (1 Peter 1:18-20).~For 254 II, 6,6 | ransom.” In those times the world knew three forms of ransoming 255 II, 6,6 | deliverance from the sinful world, from the power of the devil, 256 II, 6,6 | spiritual condition of the world which we observe confuse~ 257 II, 6,6 | And the salvation of the world, in the broad, eschatological 258 II, 6,6 | spiritual forces in the~world may be hidden, but they 259 II, 6,6 | Christ grows and draws the world near to the mystical day 260 II, 6,6 | and transfiguration of the world will be revealed, and He 261 II, 6,7 | sacrifice for the life~of the world; He is at the same time 262 II, 6,7 | for the salvation of the world, and granted to them the 263 II, 6,7 | coming of the Word into the world — the coming of the Only-Begotten~ 264 II, 6,7 | and the final fate of the world and man.~The evangelical 265 II, 6,7 | Christ the King of the world (His royal ministry).~The 266 II, 6,7 | My Kingdom is not of this world” (John 18:36-37).~The Lord 267 II, 6,8 | only a transition from the world~below to the world above, 268 II, 6,8 | from the world~below to the world above, to a better life, 269 II, 6,8 | thus until the end of the world the heavenly~Home will be 270 II, 6,8 | foreknown by God, and that the world which is above this world, 271 II, 6,8 | world which is above this world, the~Church of the first-born, 272 II, 6,8 | Christ,~then also the higher world, the heavenly Jerusalem, 273 II, 6,8 | tongues.~The descent into the world by the Holy Spirit was expressed, 274 II, 7,1 | comparison~of the Church in the world with a ship on the sea.~ 275 II, 7,2 | bringing of salvation to the~world.~The beginning of its existence 276 II, 7,2 | of the heavenly-earthly world through sanctity. Through 277 II, 7,3 | even unto the end of the world” (every day constantly and 278 II, 7,3 | will keep to the~end of the world.”~ 279 II, 7,4 | the earth and the heavenly world are two separate forms of 280 II, 7,4 | Apostles, departing from this world, put off the earthly body, 281 II, 7,5 | forgiveness of sins, peace for~the world, and concord for the Church . . . 282 II, 7,5 | hidden from the eyes of the world.~The Church is holy by its 283 II, 7,5 | by the intrusion of the world into the Church, or~by the 284 II, 7,5 | such words as cosmos (the world), or oikoumene (the inhabited 285 II, 7,5 | faith “unto the end of~the world.” “I am with you alway, 286 II, 7,5 | even unto the end of the world” (Matt. 28:20). The Spirit, 287 II, 7,5 | Christianity were sown in the world by their word~and watered 288 II, 7,5 | unquenched flame of faith in the world they lit by the power of~ 289 II, 7,5 | contemporary Protestant world and has penetrated even 290 II, 7,5 | observe in this Christian world outsidethe Church a religious 291 II, 7,5 | of this broad Christian world outside the Church, namely 292 II, 7,5 | far surpass~the Christian world in the number of members 293 II, 7,6 | even unto the end of~the world. Amen” (Matt. 28:19-20). 294 II, 7,6 | even~unto the end of the world,” He blessed the pastoral 295 II, 8,1 | the sinful, unenlightened world; however, it itself is a 296 II, 8,1 | Church with the life of “the world.” However, when one speaks 297 II, 8,1 | speaks of the break with “the~world,” this does not mean to 298 II, 8,1 | must ye~needs go out of the world” (1 Cor. 5:10). However, 299 II, 8,1 | and become in this sinful worldstrangers and pilgrims” ( 300 II, 8,1 | between oneself and “the world,” and for this one~must 301 II, 8,1 | call God’s power in the world that supports~the existence 302 II, 8,1 | supports~the existence of the world, its life, including the 303 II, 8,2 | conflict with the life of the world and the passions of the 304 II, 8,2 | and the passions of the world The inward life of the~Church 305 II, 8,3 | even unto the~end of the world” (Matt. 28:19-20). And to 306 II, 8,4 | all the countries of the world, the Apostles and their 307 II, 8,5 | give for the life of the world” (John 6:51). The Jews evidently 308 II, 8,5 | performed until the end of the world.~Concerning the performance 309 II, 8,5 | shed for the life of the world. Yet again, we believe that 310 II, 8,5 | takes away the sins of the world, Who is offered as a Sacrifice 311 II, 8,5 | almightiness: the creation of the world out~of nothing, the mystery 312 II, 8,5 | the good condition~of the world, for authorities, for those 313 II, 8,6 | unto men,~neither in this world, neither in the world to 314 II, 8,6 | this world, neither in the world to come” (Matt. 12:31-32). 315 II, 8,6 | God, and the powers of the world to come, if they shall fall 316 II, 8,6 | of but the sorrow of the world worketh death” (2 Cor. 7: 317 II, 9,2 | forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the~world to 318 II, 9,2 | this world, neither in the~world to come” (Matt. 12:32). 319 II, 9,3 | when he departs from this world, the~Church accompanies 320 II, 9,3 | penetrated~in spirit into the world above; some of them saw 321 II, 9,5 | representing~the things of this world of earth (for example, the 322 II, 9,5 | not those of the heavenly world into~which our earthly thinking 323 II, 9,7 | despising the goods of the world for the sake of Christ, 324 II, 9,7 | Jesus Christ, by whom the world is crucified unto me, and 325 II, 9,7 | unto me, and I unto the world” (Gal 6:14).~Following the 326 II, 9,7 | ones who have lived in the world without being defiled by 327 II, 9,7 | without being defiled by the world. And~thus up to now Christianity 328 II, 9,7 | Resurrection; that by the~Cross the world has been conquered; that 329 II, 9,7 | evil in himself and in the world. And~thirdly, he confesses 330 II, 0,1 | The future of the world and mankind.~The Nicaean-Constantinopolitan 331 II, 0,1 | dead, and the end of the~world — and then about the beginning 332 II, 0,2 | likewise at the end of the world the Lord will send His angels, 333 Add, 0,3 | the result of a “naive” world view of piety, and they 334 Add, 0,3 | of the darkness of this world, against the spirits of 335 Add, 0,4 | according to the course of this world, according to the prince 336 Add, 0,4 | difference~between the pagan world and the world of Christians 337 Add, 0,4 | the pagan world and the world of Christians was much more 338 Add, 0,4 | God, and the powers of the world to come, if they shall fall 339 Add, 0,4 | communion with the heavenly world. It is not simply an “invocation 340 Add, 0,4 | death. Life in Christ is a world of prayer. It penetrates 341 Add, 0,5 | the Gospel to the whole world: “And this Gospel of the 342 Add, 0,5 | shall be~preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; 343 Add, 0,5 | appear before the end of the~world. Concerning the qualities 344 Add, 0,5 | the Lord, the End of~the World, and the Coming of Antichrist,” 345 Add, 0,6 | greatest future event of~world history: His Second Coming 346 Add, 0,6 | will come to “judge the world in righteousness” (Acts 347 Add, 0,6 | His Second Coming into the world~is to be distinguished in 348 Add, 0,6 | He came “not to~judge the world, but that the world through 349 Add, 0,6 | the world, but that the world through Him might be saved” ( 350 Add, 0,7 | have indicated that in the world in general~nothing is annihilated 351 Add, 0,7 | Long~before the end of the world, Christ will come again 352 Add, 0,7 | heaven, until the end of the world. The Church~which is militant 353 Add, 0,7 | with the “prince of this world,” a battle which will end 354 Add, 0,7 | shall the~prince of this world be cast out”), and states 355 Add, 0,7 | tribulationnear the end of the world (either before or after 356 Add, 0,7 | that at the very end of~the world believers will be “caught 357 Add, 0,7 | 21-22).).The end of the world.~As a result of the fall 358 Add, 0,7 | whole material and human world must be purified from human 359 Add, 0,7 | renewed, just as the spiritual world must be purified from the 360 Add, 0,7 | from the sin in the angelic world. This renewal~of the material 361 Add, 0,7 | renewal~of the material world must be accomplished on 362 Add, 0,7 | the last~judgment of the world will be accomplished; and 363 Add, 0,7 | 10, 13).~That the present world is not eternal was prophesied 364 Add, 0,7 | 24:35).~The end of the world will consist not in its 365 Add, 0,7 | teaching that the material world would not~merely be transformed, 366 Add, 0,7 | before~the face of the whole world; strict and terrible, performed 367 Add, 0,7 | from the foundation~of the world’ (Matt. 25:34), but when 368 Add, 0,7 | the transformation of the world into a new and better world,~ 369 Add, 0,7 | world into a new and better world,~there is revealed the eternal 370 Add, 0,7 | and godly in this present world” (Titus 2:12), and thus 371 App, 1 | The whole process of the world and~history is the process 372 App, 1 | Christian to have a whole world outlook? Does not dogmatics,~ 373 App, 1 | God and of the spiritual world. We see, in the Apostle' 374 App, 1 | knowledge of God and the world. These systems lead into 375 App, 2 | philosophical~views of the ancient world, as standing above them. 376 App, 2 | principle between God and the world,~standing below the Divinity 377 App, 2 | Himself,~of the essence of the world and the nature of man, are 378 App, 2 | absolute principle~and the world and its concrete manifestations, 379 App, 2 | absolute existence to the world of manifestations.~These 380 App, 2 | philosophical Christian~world view; but the Church views 381 App, 3 | of the salvation of the world, in the form in which it 382 App, 3 | Divine Principle in the world — the process of the ascent 383 App, 3 | deification of~mankind and the world. Christ is the highest link 384 App, 3 | the~Divine and the created world; this is called Sophia.~ 385 App, 3 | process, which is to lead the world out of a condition of pure 386 App, 3 | and inaccessible to the~world and to man. He goes away 387 App, 3 | man. He goes away from the world, in contradiction of the 388 App, 3 | relative existence, with the world of phenomena. Therefore, 389 App, 3 | between the Absolute and the world. This Intermediary~is called 390 App, 3 | intermediary~between God and the world, but for his own purposes 391 App, 4 | expressed in the creation of the world,~in His Providence over 392 App, 4 | His Providence over the world, and in the salvation of 393 App, 4 | in the salvation of the world from sin: “O the~depth of 394 App, 4 | God ordained before the~world unto our glory” (1 Cor. 395 App, 4 | Wisdom, the soul of the world, in the sophiological sense. 396 App, 4 | Like everything else in the world, it has a single~source: 397 App, 4 | speaks~of the beauty of the world, expressing in images what 398 App, 4 | God Himself, a soul of the~world or idea of the world. This 399 App, 4 | the~world or idea of the world. This does not correspond 400 App, 4 | an ideal “essence~of the world” could not be calledpresent” 401 App, 4 | at the creation of the world (see the Wisdom of~Solomon 402 App, 4 | the soul of the created~world. Therefore, in the above-cited 403 App, 4 | preaching of the Savior~of the world, in the salvation of the 404 App, 4 | in the salvation of the world and of mankind, and in the 405 App, 4 | these attributes to the world in its creation and its 406 App, 5,1 | beacons~illumining the world, leave behind themselves 407 App, 5,3 | pious, from~one end of the world to the other. But he that 408 App, 5,3 | churches throughout the whole world. Strange and surpassingly 409 App, 5,4 | and teacherof the whole world, His Eminence Metropolitan 410 App, 5,6 | remembered, and the whole world cannot contain the books


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