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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| Greek orthotomounta)~the word of truth” (2 Tim. 2:15). 2 Intro, A,2| Greeks and Romans the Greek word dogmat was used~to refer 3 Intro, A,3| Church. (In such phrases the wordcatholicmeansuniversal” 4 Intro, A,4| calledcanonical.” (The wordcanonical” here has a specialized 5 Intro, A,4| the more usual use of the word in the Orthodox Church, 6 Intro, A,5| original precise meaning of the word, Sacred Tradition is the 7 Intro, A,5| that you should remember it word for word and should repeat~ 8 Intro, A,5| should remember it word for word and should repeat~it among 9 Intro, A,5| what more? What written word~has taught us this anointing 10 Intro, A,5| recording” of this oral word. During the era of the~freedom 11 Intro, A,5| been taught, whether by word, or our epistle” (2 Thess. 12 Intro, A,7| teaching. Canon is a Greek word which literally means “a 13 Intro, A,8| the precise meaning of the word. There are some private 14 Intro, A,8| Church” in The Orthodox~Word, 1978, nos. 79 and 80, printed 15 I, 1,1 | dogma of faith.~The first word of our Christian Symbol 16 I, 1,3 | preaching in the~power of the word, in the power of the Spirit, 17 I, 1,7 | here the derivation of the word opredeleniye (“definition”)~ 18 I, 1,8 | taken directly from the Word of God, are set forth in 19 I, 1,9 | the East' understand the word~`planted befittingly of 20 I, 1,9 | Chrysostom states that the wordtake” in~Genesis must be 21 I, 1,12 | the Church, following the word of God, have always~indicated 22 I, 1,13 | Righteousness is understood in the word of God and in its general 23 I, 1,13 | 104:3; 105:46); “His holy word” (Ps. 104:41); “the law 24 I, 1,16 | and becoming man of the Word, the Son of God, does not 25 I, 1,17 | lords” (1 Tim. 6:15). The word~“all-blessed” must be understood 26 I, 1,18 | needs no~proofs from the word of God or simply from reason. 27 I, 1,18 | the plural number of the word without doubt contains, 28 I, 2,2 | hosts.”~Psalm 32:6: “By the word of the Lord was the heavens 29 I, 2,3 | by the Father of God the~Word and the Holy Spirit constitutes 30 I, 2,3 | heaven, the Father, the Word and the~Holy Spirit: and 31 I, 2,4 | more monstrous . . . In a word, there is~nothing which 32 I, 2,5 | here; the single English wordbegotten” is used to~translate 33 I, 2,5 | and eternal; therefore the word of God says of the Son who 34 I, 2,6 | the Second Person — the Word.~Often in the Holy Fathers 35 I, 2,6 | Son of God is called the Word~or Logos. This has its foundation 36 I, 2,6 | Theologian.~The concept or nameWord” we find in its exalted 37 I, 2,6 | Psalter: “Forever, O Lord, Thy Word abideth~in heaven” (Ps. 38 I, 2,6 | 89); “He sent forth His Word and He healed them” (Ps. 39 I, 2,6 | Hebrews from Egypt; “By the Word of the Lord were the heavens~ 40 I, 2,6 | writes: “Thy all-powerful~Word leaped from heaven, from 41 I, 2,6 | thought utters from itself the word~according to what the Prophet 42 I, 2,6 | hath poured forth a good word' (Ps. 44:2).~Thought and 43 I, 2,6 | Ps. 44:2).~Thought and word are separate one from the 44 I, 2,6 | moves in the heart, the word is on the tongue and the 45 I, 2,6 | Thought~does not exist without word, nor word without thought, 46 I, 2,6 | exist without word, nor word without thought, having 47 I, 2,6 | Thought is, as it were, a word hidden within, and word 48 I, 2,6 | word hidden within, and word is thought which has come 49 I, 2,6 | Thought is transformed into word, and word transmits thought 50 I, 2,6 | transformed into word, and word transmits thought to the 51 I, 2,6 | thought, with the help of the word, is instilled in the souls 52 I, 2,6 | entering them together~with the word. Thought, coming from itself, 53 I, 2,6 | it were the father of the word; and the word is,~as it 54 I, 2,6 | father of the word; and the word is,~as it were, the son 55 I, 2,6 | Before the thought, the word was impossible, and the 56 I, 2,6 | was impossible, and the word~does not come from anywhere 57 I, 2,6 | Thought, has a Son, the Word, His first Interpreter and 58 I, 2,6 | likeness, the relationship of word to thought, is used much 59 I, 2,6 | upon the use of the termWord” in~the Sacred Scripture 60 I, 2,6 | that the termLogos” or “Word” was borrowed by Christianity 61 I, 2,6 | Christian understanding of the Word — the~Only-begotten Son 62 I, 2,7 | introduction by the Latins of the word Filioque into~the Creed . . . 63 I, 2,8 | limited and finite (the very word~“absolutemeansdetached”) 64 I, 2,8 | with the teaching of the word of~God The word of God teaches 65 I, 2,8 | teaching of the word of~God The word of God teaches us that God 66 I, 2,8 | over the world. If in the word of God~the Son is called 67 I, 2,9 | the Greek language by the word ousia, and this word was 68 I, 2,9 | the word ousia, and this word was in general understood 69 I, 2,9 | the same way. Using the word ousia, the Holy Fathers 70 I, 2,9 | introduced by the use of a third word, “Hypostasis.”~Some signified 71 I, 2,9 | accepted to understand by the word Hypostasis the Personal 72 I, 2,9 | century. Arius taught that the Word, or Son of God, received 73 I, 2,9 | and Himself in the single word “We,” and~speaks equally 74 I, 2,9 | In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, 75 I, 2,9 | beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word 76 I, 2,9 | Word was with God, and the Word was God. The~same was in 77 I, 2,9 | Only-begotten”:~“And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt 78 I, 2,9 | Mine” (John 17:10).~e. The word of God likewise speaks of 79 I, 2,9 | consist” (Col.~1:16-17).~The word of God speaks similarly 80 I, 2,10 | And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, 81 II, 3,1 | e) It was created by the Word of God, with the participation 82 II, 3,2 | in many passages in~the word of God; e.g., “God made 83 II, 3,2 | the ages” (Heb. 1:2).~The wordages” here has the significance 84 II, 3,2 | indeed, light was made by the~Word of God, and God, we read, 85 II, 3,2 | thought, by His will, by His word, or command. “For He~spake, 86 II, 3,2 | signifies~a command. By the “word” of God, the Fathers of 87 II, 3,2 | kind of articulate sound or word like ours. No, this creative 88 II, 3,2 | ours. No, this creative word signifies only the~command 89 II, 3,2 | He creates, and, with the Word fulfilling and the Spirit 90 II, 3,2 | His own Essence. If the word~of God does not give us 91 II, 3,4 | perfection of the creation.~The word of God and the Fathers of 92 II, 3,5 | meansmessenger.” This word defines chiefly their service 93 II, 3,5 | Peter to instruct him in the word of God (Acts 10:3-7). An 94 II, 3,5 | the Church understand~the wordheaven,” in the first words 95 II, 3,5 | which was fulfilled by the Word, and perfected by the Spirit … 96 II, 3,5 | heavenly powers. Thus, the word of God calls some of them “ 97 II, 3,5 | from the testimony of the word of God we know about Angels,~ 98 II, 3,5 | have been revealed in the word~of God, but does not include 99 II, 3,6 | fashion: not by His command or word alone, as was done in the 100 II, 3,6 | is instilled in us by the word of God regarding the nature 101 II, 3,6 | in the conception of the word of God,~the human soul is 102 II, 3,6 | and inextinguishable …~The Word spoke, and having taken 103 II, 3,6 | in the full sense of the word, and that consequently,~ 104 II, 3,6 | the strict sense of~the word is evident from another 105 II, 3,6 | the other creatures by His word,~while man He created with 106 II, 3,6 | just as we understand by “word” not a commandment,~but 107 II, 3,6 | not fully revealed in the word of God; it is~“a mystery 108 II, 3,6 | and “soul.” The use of the~wordspirit” in place of “soul,” 109 II, 3,6 | Epistle to the Hebrews:~“The word of God is quick, and powerful, 110 II, 3,6 | will~of God in the world in word and deed; he is to be its 111 II, 4,1 | The almighty and most holy Word of the Father, being in 112 II, 5,1 | often understand by this word anything in general which 113 II, 5,1 | joyful sides of life. But the word of God itself tells us that 114 II, 5,1 | cause are given to us in the~word of God: “Lay hold of chastisement, 115 II, 5,1 | revenge,~and malice.~As the word of God instructs us, the 116 II, 5,1 | occurred, according to~the word of God, originally in the 117 II, 5,2 | to the testimony of the word of God, the origin of sin 118 II, 5,2 | beginning” (1 John 3:8). The word~“devilmeans “slanderer.” 119 II, 5,3 | series of other dogmas.~The word of God teaches us that through 120 II, 5,3 | In Sacred~Scripture the wordfleshsignifies a condition 121 II, 6,1 | the world” (Eph. 1:4). The word of God calls the Saviour 122 II, 6,3 | In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, 123 II, 6,3 | beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and~the Word 124 II, 6,3 | Word was with God, and~the Word was God. The same was in 125 II, 6,3 | that was made... And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt 126 II, 6,3 | of the Father: “And the Word was made flesh and dwelt 127 II, 6,3 | Sacred Scripture uses the wordtrue,” calling Christ the 128 II, 6,3 | John 5:20).~Similarly, the word “His own” is used in connection 129 II, 6,3 | and~only-begotten God the Word, our Lord Jesus Christ, 130 II, 6,3 | united to him; but God the Word,~descending into the womb 131 II, 6,3 | was brought about. For the Word neither overstepped the 132 II, 6,3 | unalloyed union with the Word, that is to say, the hypostatic 133 II, 6,3 | Divine works, but by the Word~united to it, and through 134 II, 6,3 | to it, and through it the Word shows His own operation. 135 II, 6,3 | battle~with passions. If the Word of God says that the Son 136 II, 6,3 | and only-begotten God the Word…” The Divine Hypostasis 137 II, 6,3 | single Hypostasis~of the Word. This truth is expressed 138 II, 6,3 | In the~beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, 139 II, 6,3 | beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word 140 II, 6,3 | Word was with God, and the Word was God;” and further:~“ 141 II, 6,3 | and further:~“And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt 142 II, 6,3 | special relation to God the Word and the other as pertaining 143 II, 6,3 | by one adoration, God the Word made man, together with 144 II, 6,4 | with the dogma of~God the Word’s becoming man. They are: 145 II, 6,4 | confirms its~faith that God the Word became Man truly and not 146 II, 6,4 | flesh was woven for God the Word by the Most Holy Virgin~ 147 II, 6,4 | Christ the truth of God the Word’s becoming man and~His birth 148 II, 6,4 | in the flesh she~bore the Word of God made flesh: let him 149 II, 6,4 | Virgin, from whom God the Word took flesh and was~born 150 II, 6,4 | the reception of God the Word.~One must acknowledge that 151 II, 6,6 | hath committed~unto us the word of reconciliation . . . 152 II, 6,6 | in the broad sense of the wordjustification,”~“redemption,” “ 153 II, 6,6 | brought into the world.~The wordredemption” in the usage 154 II, 6,6 | which was placed in the word by the Apostles themselves.~ 155 II, 6,6 | eschatological meaning of the word,~has already been accomplished. 156 II, 6,6 | work of Redemption,~is the wordpropitiation,” which we 157 II, 6,6 | translation of the Greek word ilasmos. The same use of 158 II, 6,6 | ilasmos. The same use of the~word is to be found in 1 John 159 II, 6,7 | believe on Me through their word” (John 17:19-20).~The Apostle 160 II, 6,7 | concerning the coming of the Word into the world — the coming 161 II, 6,7 | exorcisms of demons and of the word of the Lord: “I beheld Satan~ 162 II, 6,8 | death, according to the word of God and the teaching 163 II, 6,8 | that were slain for the Word of God, and for the testimony~ 164 II, 7,1 | the literal meaning of the word, the Church is the “assembly,” 165 II, 7,3 | and to the other, God the~Word. Just as if someone should 166 II, 7,3 | correspond either to the word of God or to the universal 167 II, 7,3 | foundation, according to the word of Isaiah when he said that 168 II, 7,4 | appeals to the saints in the word of God itself. In the Apocalypse~ 169 II, 7,5 | unity.~In the Greek text the word “in One,” is expressed as 170 II, 7,5 | God is, according to the word of God, “the pillar and 171 II, 7,5 | significance of this~Greek word?~The word catholikos in 172 II, 7,5 | of this~Greek word?~The word catholikos in ancient Greek, 173 II, 7,5 | from antiquity chose this word to signify one of the principle 174 II, 7,5 | Symbols of Faith, wherever the wordChurchappears, it is 175 II, 7,5 | direct translation of the word, it signifies the highest 176 II, 7,5 | meaning of “universal,” the word~oikoumenikos. These two 177 II, 7,5 | sown in the world by their word~and watered with their blood. 178 II, 7,5 | the teaching of Christ by word of mouth and in the Sacred 179 II, 7,5 | that the reading of the word of God has a beneficial 180 II, 7,6 | especially they who labor~in the word and doctrine. For the Scripture 181 II, 7,6 | it became later, and the word~“bishop” was used in two 182 II, 7,6 | Russia also, for example, the word “to~inspect” is far from 183 II, 7,6 | have spoken unto you the word of God-~whore faith follow, 184 II, 8,1 | they are signified by the wordgrace.” Those who enter 185 II, 8,1 | The Divine grace.~The wordgrace” is used in Sacred 186 II, 8,1 | Testament meaning of the word, grace is a power sent down 187 II, 8,1 | writings often used the Greek word charis, “grace,” as identical~ 188 II, 8,1 | identical~in meaning with the word dynamis, “power.” The term “ 189 II, 8,1 | these two meanings of the wordgrace,” and the predominant 190 II, 8,2 | mystical (or sacramental). (The wordmysteries” (Greek mysteria) 191 II, 8,2 | them are familiar with the wordmysteries;”~but Orthodox 192 II, 8,3 | washing~of water by the word” (that is, Baptism with 193 II, 8,3 | through immersion. The Greek word baptizo itself~signifies “ 194 II, 8,4 | Samaritans had received the word of God, sent to~them Peter 195 II, 8,4 | the Church place the very wordChristian” in a close bond 196 II, 8,4 | Samaritans~had received the word of God, sent to the Samaritans 197 II, 8,5 | thus prefers the simple wordchange.”) into the true 198 II, 8,5 | that the Divinity of the Word should “enter” into the 199 II, 8,6 | are not forgiven. In the word of God~there is mention 200 II, 8,6 | and have tasted the~good word of God, and the powers of 201 II, 8,7 | cheirotesia (from a Greek word that has a purely Christian 202 II, 8,7 | more precisely in a single word. In a similar way, for example, 203 II, 8,8 | absence of one spouse, without word). The entrance into a second 204 II, 9,1 | constantly affirmed by the word of God. The Saviour said~ 205 II, 9,1 | Brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord might~have free 206 II, 9,2 | Himself:~“Whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of Man, 207 II, 9,2 | 32). Similarly, from the word of God we know that the 208 II, 9,2 | to us, according~to the word of the Psalmist: “My prayer 209 II, 9,2 | 16), and according~to the word of the Saviour: “Let your 210 II, 9,2 | works, according to the word of the Divine Apostle.”~ 211 II, 9,4 | it is sanctified by the word of~God and prayer” (1 Tim. 212 II, 9,6 | Spirit. The Lord Himself, the Word of God, was incarnate and 213 II, 9,6 | us note that the Slavonic word moshchi; “relics,” refers 214 II, 9,6 | in Church Slavonic this word signifies in general the 215 II, 9,6 | is apparently kin to the word~mogila, “grave.” Revering 216 II, 9,7 | demands struggle (The Russian word podvig most commonly means “ 217 II, 0,1 | is composed of what the word of God tells us about the 218 II, 0,2 | the clear testimony of the word of God, is not~unconscious 219 II, 0,2 | expressions which are found in the~word of God. Thus, it is natural 220 II, 0,2 | basing themselves on the word of God, suppose that the 221 Add, 0,4 | generations found in the written word of God also relate to us. 222 Add, 0,4 | and have tasted the good~word of God, and the powers of 223 Add, 0,4 | the city. Of course, the word “toll-house” in itself does 224 Add, 0,4 | as also confirmed by the Word of God the soul immediately 225 Add, 0,5 | the signs indicated in the word of God:~a) The spread of 226 Add, 0,7 | Last Judgment”).~From the word of God one must conclude 227 Add, 0,7 | angels, according~to the word of the Lord (Luke 20:36). 228 Add, 0,7 | witness of Jesus and for the word of God came to life and~ 229 Add, 0,7 | which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved 230 Add, 0,7 | earth, according to the~word of the Apostle they will 231 Add, 0,7 | indications given in the word of God, even to the fallen 232 Add, 0,7 | Universal~Judgment, the word of God speaks with the same 233 Add, 0,7 | Church, basing itself on the word of God, acknowledges the 234 Add, 0,7 | s wrath~according to the word of the Psalmist: “Why hath 235 App, 1 | difference occurs because~the worddevelopment” is understood 236 App, 1 | the narrow sense of the~word has gradually increased. 237 App, 1 | showing their basis in the word of God, in~finding their 238 App, 1 | been given to him by the word of God and the church is 239 App, 3 | in contradiction of the word of God,~into an unapproachable 240 App, 3 | God-manhood of the incarnate Word;~however, he violated this 241 App, 3 | said, it contradicts the word of God. Indeed, it does 242 App, 4 | God in Holy Scripture.~The word sophia, “wisdom,” is encountered 243 App, 4 | one must understand this word here. In other Old Testament 244 App, 4 | Christian, in the nameWord” and in the nameWisdom” 245 App, 5,1 | etymologically derived from the Greek word canon, it forms a~part of 246 App, 5,3 | in accordance with~the word of the Gospel.” There follows 247 App, 5,6 | gives synodally the final word, establishment, recognition,


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