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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,1| Vespers.~The true path of faith which has always been carefully 2 Intro, A,1| keeping of “the rule of faith,” the “rule of truth” The 3 Intro, A,1| straight, or right, path of faith there have always been those 4 Intro, A,2| guard the right path of faith, the Church has had to forge 5 Intro, A,2| expression~of the truths of faith: it has had to build up 6 Intro, A,3| Tradition. The truths~of faith which are contained in the 7 Intro, A,3| fullness of the teaching of faith which was called by the 8 Intro, A,3| the Church the “catholic~faith,” the “catholic teaching” 9 Intro, A,4| Exposition of the~Christian Faith, p. 375) These books, which 10 Intro, A,4| source of the teaching of the faith, the Church puts them in 11 Intro, A,4| anchors and pillars of our faith, because they were written 12 Intro, A,4| Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, Book~4, Ch. 17; Eng. tr. 13 Intro, A,5| the essential side of the~faith. St. Cyril of Jerusalem ( 14 Intro, A,5| include the whole teaching of~faith in a few lines. And I would 15 Intro, A,5| are serious about their faith. Even today we are not to “ 16 Intro, A,5| Mysteries of the Orthodox Faith to those who are merely 17 Intro, A,5| Tradition of~the teaching of faith is that which may be traced 18 Intro, A,5| Apostles)~• in the Symbols of Faith of the ancient local churches;~• 19 Intro, A,5| because some truths of the faith are expressed in~a completely 20 Intro, A,6| spirit, a single common faith, a single and common catholic 21 Intro, A,6| of the Orthodox Christian Faith, defending the ancient teaching 22 Intro, A,6| example, the confession of faith of St. Gregory~the Wonderworker, 23 Intro, A,6| the councils concerning faith express~the harmony of Sacred 24 Intro, A,6| course, many truths of the Faith are so immediately clear 25 Intro, A,6| Nicaeo-Constantinopolitan Symbol of Faith (This is the~“Creed” (“I 26 Intro, A,6| The decrees regarding faith which were made by a number 27 Intro, A,6| certain~expositions of the Faith by the holy Fathers of the 28 Intro, A,7| teaching, the truths of faith,~and canons are the prescriptions: 29 Intro, A,8| guidance in questions of faith, for the correct understanding 30 Intro, A,8| Church in teaching of the Faith is an undoubted sign of 31 Intro, A,8| explanations of the truths of the Faith 1) gave precision to the 32 Intro, A,8| with the general catholic faith of the Church,~and are not 33 Intro, A,8| not accepted as a guide to faith. (As an example of such “ 34 Intro, A,9| The truths of faith in the Divine services.~ 35 Intro, A,9| concerns the teaching of faith, is also~expressed in the 36 Intro, A,9| upon the Church a single faith which, bearing the garment~ 37 Intro, B,1| interpretations of the Symbol of Faith, or the “Symbolic Guides” ( 38 Intro, B,1| conditional sign) of the Orthodox Faith, in the~common meaning of 39 Intro, B,1| expositions of Christian faith which are given in the~Book 40 Intro, B,1| those two~expositions of the Faith which in more recent times 41 Intro, B,1| Confession of the Orthodox Faith compiled by the Patriarch 42 Intro, B,1| Patriarchs on the Orthodox Faith.” Also included in this~ 43 Intro, B,1| exposition of the Symbol of Faith.~This Catechism was “examined 44 Intro, B,2| Exposition of the~Orthodox Faith. In this work, one may say, 45 Intro, B,2| The Christian Teaching of Faith, an Apologetic Exposition).~( 46 Intro, C | faithful of the truths of the Faith, which have been confessed 47 Intro, C | labor of instructing in the Faith has been, in battling~against 48 Intro, C | expression of the truths of the Faith as~handed down from antiquity, 49 Intro, C | In the teaching of the Faith, it is the thinking of the~ 50 Intro, C | deeper~into the truths of the Faith than the Apostles. Therefore, 51 Intro, C | about the truths of the~Faith. But, since some of them 52 Intro, C | view of the dogmas of~the Faith and the fullness of the 53 Intro, C | the~Christian teaching of faith itself.~ 54 Intro, C,1| Dogmatics and faith.~Dogmatic theology is for 55 Intro, C,1| itself it does not inspire faith, but~presupposes that faith 56 Intro, C,1| faith, but~presupposes that faith already exists in the heart. “ 57 Intro, C,1| living God” (John 6:68-69). Faith, and more precisely faith 58 Intro, C,1| Faith, and more precisely faith in the Son~of God Who has 59 Intro, C,2| founded upon living and~holy faith. Here the starting point 60 Intro, C,2| Here the starting point is faith, and there, experience. 61 Intro, C,2| elevated subjects of Christian faith which are difficult~to understand.~ 62 I | in Himself~The dogma of faith. Belief or faith as an attribute 63 I | dogma of faith. Belief or faith as an attribute of the soul. 64 I | of the soul. The power of faith. The source of~faith. The 65 I | of faith. The source of~faith. The nature of our knowledge 66 I, 1,1 | The dogma of faith.~The first word of our Christian 67 I, 1,1 | our Christian Symbol of Faith is “I believe.” All of our 68 I, 1,1 | confession~is based upon faith. God is the first object 69 I, 1,2 | Belief or faith as an attribute of the soul.~ 70 I, 1,2 | attribute of the soul.~Christian faith is a mystical revelation 71 I, 1,2 | a sinner.” The path to faith lies in the heart; it is 72 I, 1,2 | move would vanish. Without faith it would not~be the living 73 I, 1,3 | The power of faith.~The Church of Christ is 74 I, 1,3 | of Christ is founded upon faith as upon a rock which does 75 I, 1,3 | not shake beneath it.~By faith the saints conquered kingdoms, 76 I, 1,3 | 33-38). Being inspired by faith, Christians went to torture 77 I, 1,3 | torture and death with joy. Faith is a rock,~but a rock that 78 I, 1,3 | mystery of living Christian faith.~ 79 I, 1,4 | The source of faith.~“If ye have faith, and 80 I, 1,4 | source of faith.~“If ye have faith, and doubt not... if ye 81 I, 1,4 | miracles are not performed by faith in~general, but by Christian 82 I, 1,4 | general, but by Christian faith. Faith is a reality not 83 I, 1,4 | but by Christian faith. Faith is a reality not by the 84 I, 1,4 | Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, faith is a vessel by which water~ 85 I, 1,4 | water is the~grace of God. “Faith is the key to the treasure-house 86 I, 1,4 | in the Russian edition).~Faith is strengthened and its 87 I, 1,4 | yourselves,~whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. 88 I, 1,4 | give a definition of what faith is. When the Apostle says, “ 89 I, 1,4 | When the Apostle says, “Now faith is~the substance of things 90 I, 1,4 | touching~here on the nature of faith, he indicates only what 91 I, 1,4 | indicates precisely that faith is the penetration of~the 92 I, 1,4 | mystical character of Christian faith.~ 93 I, 1,5 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith.).~From whence do we derive 94 I, 1,7 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith by St. John Damascene:~“ 95 I, 1,9 | Exposition of the Orthodox~Faith. This chapter is called “ 96 I, 1,9 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, Part One, Chapter 11; The 97 I, 1,18 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, 1:8;~Engl. tr., p. 177).~ 98 I, 1,18 | first words of the Symbol of Faith (the Creed). God possesses~ 99 I, 1,18 | this fundamental truth of faith~(1 Cor. 8:4).~The Sacred 100 I, 1,18 | history of the battle for faith in the one true God against 101 I, 1,18 | Elohim” — or to find a faith in a “national God” in such 102 I, 1,18 | name that contradicted~his faith in the one God.~2. The God 103 I, 1,18 | an expression that sets faith in the true God against 104 I, 2,1 | content of all the Symbols~of Faith which have been and are 105 I, 2,1 | the private~confessions of faith written on various occasions 106 I, 2,1 | that exalts the Christian faith incomparably above any confession 107 I, 2,2 | in~the light of Christian faith, as the Apostle Paul wrote 108 I, 2,4 | clearly~of the universality of faith in the Holy Trinity: “Although 109 I, 2,4 | the earth, it has received faith in the one God the Father~ 110 I, 2,4 | such a preaching and such a faith, the Church, although it 111 I, 2,4 | carefully preserves this faith as if dwelling~in a single 112 I, 2,4 | afraid to declare their~faith in the Father, Son, and 113 I, 2,4 | God” in order to show the faith of the ancient Christians~ 114 I, 2,5 | expression of the Symbol of Faith: “begotten.” (The English 115 I, 2,7 | Filioque~was in their Symbol of Faith.~As differences between 116 I, 2,7 | Orthodox text of the Symbol of Faith, without~the words “and 117 I, 2,7 | into the Nicaean Symbol of Faith after the Second Ecumenical~ 118 I, 2,9 | times, until the Church's faith in the Oneness of Essence 119 I, 2,9 | Council composed a Symbol of Faith, which was confirmed and 120 I, 2,9 | Council in the Symbol of Faith by these words: “of One 121 I, 2,9 | testimonies of the universal faith of Christians~in the first 122 I, 2,9 | the universality of~this faith in:~1) The Symbols of Faith 123 I, 2,9 | faith in:~1) The Symbols of Faith which were used before the 124 I, 2,9 | Church;~2) The Confessions of Faith which were composed at the 125 I, 2,10 | completed the Nicaean Symbol of Faith with these words: “And in 126 I, 2,10 | Nicaean-Constantinopolitan Symbol of Faith.~From among the numerous 127 I, 2,10 | gifts of wisdom, knowledge, faith, healings, miracles, the 128 II, 3,2 | creation. In the Symbol of Faith we read:~“I believe in one 129 II, 3,5 | Angels.~In the Symbol of Faith we read, “I believe in one 130 II, 3,6 | immortality of the soul.~Faith in the immortality of the 131 II, 3,6 | objects of the Christian Faith.~Nor is this idea foreign 132 II, 3,6 | denies that the Jews had faith in the immortality~of the 133 II, 3,6 | there are indications of faith in the immortality of the~ 134 II, 3,6 | fundamental parts of Christian faith itself.~This truth inspires 135 II, 3,6 | Observation shows that faith in the immortality of the 136 II, 3,6 | inwardly inseparable~from faith in God, to such an extent 137 II, 3,6 | The more lively is one's faith in God, the more firm and 138 II, 3,6 | firm and undoubting is his faith~in the immortality of the 139 II, 3,6 | completely loses or stifles faith in God within himself usually 140 II, 3,6 | man receives the~power of faith from the very Source of 141 II, 3,6 | able to pour the~power of faith into him.~One might also 142 II, 3,6 | Christian — where the power of faith in the active existence 143 II, 3,6 | remembrance of the dead,~Christian faith itself is in a condition 144 II, 4,1 | from a sincere and~living faith (Matt. 17:20) and is for 145 II, 4,1 | expressed in~the Symbol of Faith when we call GodAlmighty.”~ 146 II, 5,3 | Evening Prayers).~The common faith of the ancient Christian 147 II, 5,3 | account of this rule of faith even~infants, who could 148 II, 6,2 | preservation of piety and faith in the one true God, and 149 II, 6,2 | true God, and likewise of faith in the coming Saviour.~This 150 II, 6,2 | clearer for the chosen ones of faith with the increase of prophecies 151 II, 6,2 | support to its firmness, faith, and hope. Secondly,~they 152 II, 6,2 | conditions, the~light of faith in the One God and hope 153 II, 6,2 | people~also who had preserved faith in the One God, and were 154 II, 6,2 | encountered in the pagans such faith as He did not find in the 155 II, 6,2 | favored the spreading of faith and the Church of Christ;~• 156 II, 6,3 | down from heaven to earth.~Faith in Jesus Christ — that He 157 II, 6,3 | With this same truth of faith the Evangelist John concludes 158 II, 6,3 | foundation of the Christian faith, and for this purpose~it 159 II, 6,3 | it composed the Symbol of Faith (the Creed) of the Ecumenical 160 II, 6,3 | indispensable condition of faith, without which salvation 161 II, 6,3 | approved the exposition of faith of~St. Cyril of Alexandria 162 II, 6,3 | from the “Definition of Faith”~of the Sixth Ecumenical 163 II, 6,3 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, St. John Damascene speaks 164 II, 6,3 | only one aim: to defend the faith from the errors~of heretics. 165 II, 6,3 | personality. In the confession of faith of the~Council of Chalcedon 166 II, 6,3 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith (Book 3, Chapters 7 and 167 II, 6,4 | entered into the Symbol of Faith of the~First Ecumenical 168 II, 6,4 | the Church confirms its~faith that God the Word became 169 II, 6,4 | merely in appearance; a faith that, in the Person~of the 170 II, 6,4 | Virgin Mary was the catholic faith Therefore, the Apostolic 171 II, 6,4 | proclaimers of the true Faith, in accordance with the 172 II, 6,4 | dogmas of the Christian faith.~The cult of the “immaculate 173 II, 6,5 | the heart of our Christian~faith. The Lord Jesus Christ is 174 II, 6,5 | himself. “Ye are saved through faith, and that not of yourselves: 175 II, 6,6 | Christ kind led love~and faith in the hearts of the disciples 176 II, 6,7 | new, more~perfect law of faith and piety which serves for 177 II, 6,7 | news of 1) the teaching of faith, and 2) the teaching of 178 II, 6,7 | evangelical teaching of faith is the teaching:~a) concerning 179 II, 6,7 | instructs us in piety, in faith in God, in~love for neighbor, 180 II, 6,7 | Testament law.~Therefore, the faith and teaching of the Gospel 181 II, 6,7 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, Book 3, chapter 3). 182 II, 6,8 | of our Orthodox Christian Faith.~The Resurrection of Christ 183 II, 6,8 | ones lived on earth with faith in the coming Saviour,~as 184 II, 6,8 | obtained~a good report through faith, received not the promise, 185 II, 6,8 | obtained a good report through faith, received not the promise” ( 186 II, 6,8 | come in the~unity of the faith . . . unto a perfect man, 187 II, 7,3 | this way the teaching of Faith is in agreement, and Christian 188 II, 7,3 | God is made~firm, and this Faith, given to us by the holy 189 II, 7,4 | our dead brothers in the faith by the impassable abyss 190 II, 7,4 | seeking to attain; here, faith, there, seeing the Lord 191 II, 7,4 | Article of the Symbol of Faith indicates the four basic 192 II, 7,5 | mian). Thus the Symbol~of Faith confesses that the Church 193 II, 7,5 | your calling one Lord,~one faith, one baptism, one God and 194 II, 7,5 | harmonious confession of faith, in the oneness of Divine 195 II, 7,5 | by means of words, the faith of~Christ.~The Church does 196 II, 7,5 | infallible teaching of faith: The Church of the~living 197 II, 7,5 | undoubtingly confess the pure faith in the Saviour Christ (the 198 II, 7,5 | the Saviour Christ (the faith~which we have received from 199 II, 7,5 | the Catholic and Orthodox Faith.”~But there is a boundary, 200 II, 7,5 | apostates from~the Christian faith, those who are sinners characterized 201 II, 7,5 | fundamental dogmas of the faith;~schismatics who out of 202 II, 7,5 | become foreigners in the faith itself; they~called schismatics 203 II, 7,5 | Constantinoplitan Symbol of Faith (the Creed), the Church~ 204 II, 7,5 | In the ancient Symbols of Faith, wherever the wordChurch” 205 II, 7,5 | the Jerusalem Symbol of Faith we read: “And in~one, holy, 206 II, 7,5 | foreordained to bring people to faith “unto the end of~the world.” “ 207 II, 7,5 | The unquenched flame of faith in the world they lit by 208 II, 7,5 | power of~their personal faith.~The Apostles preserved 209 II, 7,5 | the Christian teaching of faith and~life in the form in 210 II, 7,5 | indicated in the Symbol of Faith: “one, holy, catholic and 211 II, 7,5 | Church a religious fervor and faith, a worthy moral life, a 212 II, 7,5 | instruction and strengthening of faith, and that devout reflection~ 213 II, 7,6 | come in the unity of~the faith, and of the knowledge of 214 II, 7,6 | you the word of God-~whore faith follow, considering the 215 II, 8,1 | grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of~yourselves: 216 II, 8,1 | powers. “We have access by faith into this grace wherein~ 217 II, 8,1 | all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; 218 II, 8,1 | grace of God, given for faith, is the mercy of God . . . 219 II, 8,2 | use of the Mysteries~of faith, do not receive from them 220 II, 8,2 | ranks of martyrs for the faith, confessors, ascetics and~ 221 II, 8,3 | and then to confess the Faith.~In certain passages of 222 II, 8,3 | as a testimony of one’s faith in Christ. By this expression 223 II, 8,3 | faint-hearted and small in faith? But Anna even before giving 224 II, 8,3 | baptized infant in Christian faith~and virtue. We read an instruction 225 II, 8,3 | their children the truths of faith and~their moral duty. But 226 II, 8,3 | paragraph of the Symbol of Faith reads: “I confess one Baptism 227 II, 8,4 | extraordinary spreading of the holy Faith, when people began to turn 228 II, 8,5 | words are difficult for faith: How is it that~believers 229 II, 8,5 | on high, we should with faith understand that on the sacred 230 II, 8,5 | God and perfect man. This faith the holy Church expresses 231 II, 8,5 | those~who approach it with faith and repentance; but an unworthy 232 II, 8,6 | and confess it with lively faith in the Lord Jesus and hope 233 II, 8,6 | had not held firm in the faith during the persecutions. 234 II, 8,8 | relationships, to raise children in faith and~life according to the 235 II, 8,8 | converting the other one to the faith. Having indicated the highest~ 236 II, 8,8 | non-Orthodox who are closest in faith to~Orthodoxy: Roman Catholics, 237 II, 8,9 | Lord. And the prayer of faith shall~save the sick, and 238 II, 8,9 | person, and by the prayer of faith on behalf of the whole Church 239 II, 8,9 | infirmity through the prayer of faith. There~is allowed and sometimes 240 II, 9,1 | It is so inseparable from faith that it may be~called the 241 II, 9,1 | prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not” (Luke 22:32). 242 II, 9,3 | all who have died in the faith, and asks forgiveness for 243 II, 9,3 | Christian literature concerning~faith in prayer by the saints 244 II, 9,5 | indeed that true worship of faith (Greek:~latreia) which pertains 245 II, 9,7 | moral duty of the Christian. Faith demands~a life that corresponds 246 II, 9,7 | life that corresponds to faith.~The Saviour has defined 247 II, 9,7 | confessors and martyrs for faith in Christ. And the~Holy 248 II, 9,7 | Author and Finisher of our Faith” (Heb. 12:2), the Christian 249 II, 9,7 | and deprivations for his faith. Secondly, he is strengthened~ 250 II, 9,7 | an open confession~of our Faith.~Thus, with the Cross is 251 II, 0,1 | Nicaean-Constantinopolitan Symbol of Faith (the Creed), in the seventh, 252 II, 0,1 | Christian confession of faith in the future coming of~ 253 II, 0,2 | Patriarchs on the Orthodox Faith, paragraph 18). Thus the 254 Add, 0,3 | than ours in the realm of faith. Sometimes this inspires 255 Add, 0,3 | respond to questions of our Faith when~they are raised and 256 Add, 0,4 | the general inspiration of faith began to weaken, there was 257 Add, 0,4 | according to the principle of Faith: “Whether we live or die, 258 Add, 0,4 | such help. But we must have faith, and our prayers must be 259 Add, 0,5 | thereof” (2 Tim. 3:1-5). Faith in general will~grow weak: “ 260 Add, 0,5 | Man cometh, shall He find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18: 261 Add, 0,7 | preaching vain, and your~faith is also vain. Yea, and we 262 Add, 0,7 | purpose is to strengthen faith of the~Christians themselves 263 Add, 0,7 | souls.With the aim of making faith in the future transfiguration 264 Add, 0,7 | sketch the precise truths of faith founded upon Sacred Scripture.~ 265 Add, 0,7 | contemporary sectarianism, of faith in life after death, in 266 Add, 0,7 | a resurrection through faith~in Christ, according to 267 Add, 0,7 | into the very Symbol of Faith the~words concerning Christ: “ 268 Add, 0,7 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, Book 4; 27; Engl. tr., 269 Add, 0,7 | we read in the Symbol of Faith: “And HisKingdom will have 270 Add, 0,7 | of the Orthodox Christian Faith with the words~of Metropolitan 271 App, 1 | The~Church's teaching of faith does not develop, and the 272 App, 1 | to add to the teaching of faith handed down by the Apostles. 273 App, 1 | the original~“basis” of faith is uncovered and clarified 274 App, 1 | vitally necessary~truths. Here faith and love, knowledge and 275 App, 1 | quantity of the truths of faith that have received~a precise 276 App, 1 | definitions the content of faith has become more clear in 277 App, 1 | all diligence,~add to your faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge, 278 App, 2 | itself.~“To justify the faith of our Fathers, to raise 279 App, 2 | the Christian~teachers of faith with a “philosopher.”~But 280 App, 2 | truths of the Christian faith on the foundation of Divine~ 281 App, 2 | and even when coming to faith in~God (in idealistic philosophy), 282 App, 2 | Tradition depends on our~faith in their truth. Theology 283 App, 2 | abstract. It proceeds not from faith, like theology, but seeks 284 App, 2 | of proof is the sphere of faith, a faith which can be negative 285 App, 2 | is the sphere of faith, a faith which can be negative and 286 App, 2 | Alexey Young, A Man Is His Faith, London, 1980.)~ 287 App, 3 | his aim “to justify the faith of the Fathers” before the 288 App, 3 | depart from the teaching of faith confessed by the Church:~ 289 App, 5,1 | members who has departed in faith, hope,~and repentance is 290 App, 5,3 | exceptional zeal for the Christian faith and for publicly denouncing 291 App, 5,3 | crowned by standing up for the faith, even unto the shedding 292 App, 5,3 | contemplation~of his works, and with faith.” From the discourse of 293 App, 5,4 | that approached~him with faith” (cf. The Service of the 294 App, 5,5 | that this great beacon of faith and good works~which now 295 App, 5,6 | of a~general statement of faith by the Church that God Himself 296 App, 5,6 | assembly~of His saints. This faith is founded on the facts


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