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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,3| the 5th century monastic Father of Gaul, who in~his Communitorium 2 Intro, A,3| many places in this book, Father~Michael will be contrasting 3 Intro, A,8| as a saint and as a Holy Father in the OrthodoxChurch and 4 Intro, A,9| Damascene, the 8th century Holy Father who~summed up the Orthodox 5 Intro, B,2| subject-matter of theology. Father~Michael himself has elsewhere 6 I, 1,5 | Son in comparison with the Father, and granting a greater 7 I, 1,5 | a greater measure to the Father.~Who will say to them, ` 8 I, 1,5 | which is in the bosom of the Father, He~hath declared Him” ( 9 I, 1,5 | delivered unto Me of My Father; and no man knoweth the 10 I, 1,5 | knoweth the Son, but the Father; neither~knoweth any man 11 I, 1,5 | neither~knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, the Savior 12 I, 1,7 | finiteness”~(In Russian, Father Michael is indicating here 13 I, 1,9 | should not be~thought that Father Michael is here stating 14 I, 1,9 | interpretation. His point, and~Father Michael's is that all interpretations 15 I, 1,11 | God loves us more than a father or a mother or a friend, 16 I, 1,13 | of~God to the anger of a father, who, with the aim of bringing 17 I, 1,13 | his senses, resorts~to a father's means of punishing, at 18 I, 1,16 | Unchangeable.~In “the Father of lights” there is “no 19 I, 1,16 | the Spirit, for to God the Father, there belongs fatherliness, 20 I, 1,16 | unity of the~nature of the Father and the Son; such also is 21 I, 1,16 | procession~of the Spirit from the Father Who causes it.~The Incarnation 22 I, 1,18 | teaching of the one~God. “Our Father which art in heaven,” we 23 I, 1,18 | there is but one God,~the Father of Whom are all things, 24 I, 2,1 | Son is begotten~from the Father; the Holy Spirit proceeds 25 I, 2,1 | Spirit proceeds from the Father.We worship the All-Holy 26 I, 2,1 | together with Thine unoriginate Father, and the All-Holy Spirit, 27 I, 2,1 | we send up glory, to the Father, to the Son and to the Holy 28 I, 2,1 | creation.~Above us is God the Father, the ever-flowing Source, 29 I, 2,1 | Foundation of all being, the Father of mercies Who loves and 30 I, 2,1 | the Son of God from the Father into the world and by~the 31 I, 2,3 | sending to earth by the Father of God the~Word and the 32 I, 2,3 | accepted baptism by water; the Father testified of Him;~and the 33 I, 2,3 | manifest. For the voice of the Father bore witness~unto Thee, 34 I, 2,3 | them in the name of the~Father, and of the Son, and of 35 I, 2,3 | will send unto you from the Father,~even the Spirit of truth, 36 I, 2,3 | which proceedeth from the Father, He shall testify of Me.”~ 37 I, 2,3 | bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word and the~Holy Spirit: 38 I, 2,3 | Ephesians (4:6): “One God and Father of all, Who is above all ( 39 I, 2,3 | Who is above all (God the~Father), and through all (God the 40 I, 2,4 | faith in the one God the Father~Almighty . . . and in one 41 I, 2,4 | declare their~faith in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit before 42 I, 2,4 | Doxology: “Glory to~the Father through the Son in the Holy 43 I, 2,4 | To Him (Christ) with the Father and~the Holy Spirit may 44 I, 2,4 | the words: “We praise the Father~and the Son and the Holy 45 I, 2,4 | the Holy Spirit with the Father and the Son.~There are likewise 46 I, 2,4 | baptism in~the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy 47 I, 2,4 | either in the name of the Father alone, considering the~Son 48 I, 2,4 | powers, or in the name of the Father and the Son, and even of~ 49 I, 2,4 | Son of God~with God the Father; and then on the affirmation 50 I, 2,4 | Holy Spirit with~God the Father and God the Son.~In the 51 I, 2,4 | might be analogous to the Father, the second to the Son, 52 I, 2,4 | should give Essence to the~Father but deny Personality to 53 I, 2,4 | best of my power to worship Father,~Son, and Holy Spirit, the 54 I, 2,5 | are designated thus: the Father~is unbegotten; the Son is 55 I, 2,5 | Spirit proceeds from the Father.~“Although we have been 56 I, 2,5 | the~Holy Spirit from the Father — this we do not know (St. 57 I, 2,5 | Son is “begotten of the Father” and that the~Spiritproceeds 58 I, 2,5 | Spiritproceeds from the Father” are simply a precise transmission 59 I, 2,5 | will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, 60 I, 2,5 | which proceedeth~from the Father, He shall testify of Me” ( 61 I, 2,5 | from all eternity” of the Father. However, the Holy Fathers~ 62 I, 2,5 | begetting of the Son from the Father and the procession of the 63 I, 2,5 | the Holy Spirit~from the Father shows the mystical inner 64 I, 2,5 | down by the Son~from the Father, appearing in the form of 65 I, 2,5 | will send unto you from the Father” (John 15:26).~Concerning 66 I, 2,5 | Spirit proceeds from the Father; do not be curious~to know 67 I, 2,5 | very Essence of God the Father; hence we have the expressions~ 68 I, 2,5 | which IS an the bosom of the Father” (John 1:18); and~concerning 69 I, 2,5 | which proceedeth from the Father” (Here the~grammatical present 70 I, 2,6 | relationship of the Son to the Father. St. Dionysius of Alexandria ( 71 I, 2,6 | itself, is as it were the father of the word; and the word 72 I, 2,6 | thought itself. Thus also, the Father,~the greatest and all embracing 73 I, 2,6 | one in Essence with the Father, and equal in Divinity to 74 I, 2,6 | equal in Divinity to the Father~and the Spirit.~ 75 I, 2,7 | personal attributes of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit~was 76 I, 2,7 | the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son — the Filioque. 77 I, 2,7 | Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son originated in 78 I, 2,7 | Spirit proceeds from the Father alone. Already in the~year 79 I, 2,7 | will send unto you from the Father, and immediately afterwards, 80 I, 2,7 | which proceedeth from the Father” (John 15:26). The Holy 81 I, 2,7 | and manifestations of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, 82 I, 2,7 | One in Essence with the Father and the Son,~that therefore 83 I, 2,7 | He is the Spirit of the Father and of the Son, is an indisputable 84 I, 2,7 | that He proceeds from the~Father and has the same nature 85 I, 2,7 | expression, “the Spiritof the Father and the Son,” is likewise 86 I, 2,7 | Fathers acknowledge~that the Father is monos aitios, the sole 87 I, 2,7 | the procession from the Father and the inviolability of 88 I, 2,7 | formula, “proceedeth from the Father.” The Fathers speak of the 89 I, 2,7 | which refers only to the Father.~To this one should add 90 I, 2,7 | the Holy Spirit from the Father and wrote a special~treatise 91 I, 2,7 | will send unto you from the Father.” Also, we pray: “O Lord, 92 I, 2,8 | teaching regarding God the Father. Thus, in~antiquity under 93 I, 2,8 | with the name of God~the Father and the concept of the intermediary 94 I, 2,8 | and that God —~God the Father — so loved the world that 95 I, 2,8 | eternal life. To God the Father, inseparably from the Son 96 I, 2,8 | principle~between God the Father, Who is infinitely remote 97 I, 2,9 | God the Son with God the Father~In earliest Christian times, 98 I, 2,9 | being different~from the Father's, is not Divine.~This heretical 99 I, 2,9 | different essence from God the Father.~The Council composed a 100 I, 2,9 | Son of God with God the Father~was expressed by this Council 101 I, 2,9 | of One Essence with the~Father.”~After the Council, the 102 I, 2,9 | inequality of the Son with the Father. Concerning the expressions 103 I, 2,9 | inequality of the Son with the Father, one should bear in mind 104 I, 2,9 | Divinity, He, being sent by the Father and having come to fulfill 105 I, 2,9 | Himself in obedience to the Father, being One in Essence and 106 I, 2,9 | Persons in the world: the Father is~He Who sends; the Son 107 I, 2,9 | the Gospel of~John: “My Father is greater than I” (John 108 I, 2,9 | Unity of the Son with the Father: “If a man love me, he will 109 I, 2,9 | will keep my~words and My Father will love him, and We will 110 I, 2,9 | words the Savior joins the Father and Himself in the single 111 I, 2,9 | equally in the name of His Father and in His own name; but, 112 I, 2,9 | He has been sent by~the Father into the world (v. 24), 113 I, 2,9 | relationship of submission to the Father~(v. 28).~A detailed examination 114 I, 2,9 | that He is equal to the Father: still others say that He 115 I, 2,9 | One in Essence~with the Father.~It is essential to keep 116 I, 2,9 | the only-begotten of the Father” (John 1:14, 18).~“For God 117 I, 2,9 | is equal in honor to the Father:~“My Father worketh hitherto, 118 I, 2,9 | honor to the Father:~“My Father worketh hitherto, and I 119 I, 2,9 | John 5:19).~“For as the Father raiseth up the dead, and 120 I, 2,9 | John 5:21).~“For as the Father hath life in Himself, so 121 I, 2,9 | even as they honor the Father” (John 5:23).~d. He is One 122 I, 2,9 | One in Essence with the Father:~“I and My Father are one” ( 123 I, 2,9 | with the Father:~“I and My Father are one” (John 10:30) — 124 I, 2,9 | in essence.~“I am in the Father, and the Father in Me” ( 125 I, 2,9 | am in the Father, and the Father in Me” (John 14:11; 10:38).~“ 126 I, 2,9 | Rev. 1:8).~“And now, O Father, glorify Thou Me with Thine 127 I, 2,10 | Son,~and a servant of the Father and the Son. Accusers of 128 I, 2,10 | Who proceedeth from the Father, Who with the Father and 129 I, 2,10 | the Father, Who with the Father and the Son is~equally worshipped 130 I, 2,10 | will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, 131 I, 2,10 | which proceedeth~from the Father, He shall testify of me” ( 132 I, 2,10 | righteousness, because I go to My Father, and ye see Me no more; 133 I, 2,10 | Essence of the Spirit with the Father~and the Son there is the 134 I, 2,10 | them in the name of the~Father, and of the Son, and of 135 I, 2,10 | and the love of God the Father, and the communion of~the 136 II, 3,1 | orphans, knowing neither father nor~mother.~If we were to 137 II, 3,2 | believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven 138 II, 3,2 | it were, the hands of the Father” (Against Heresies, Bk. 139 II, 3,5 | Ephesians, saying that~God (the Father) placed His Sonfar above 140 II, 3,5 | always behold the face~of My Father which is in heaven” (Matt. 141 II, 3,6 | God (thy Prototype, thy~Father) with all thy heart, and 142 II, 3,6 | thought that his Heavenly Father might wish to completely 143 II, 3,6 | the house of the~Heavenly Father, man has been placed as 144 II, 4,1 | providence over the world.~“My father worketh hitherto, and I 145 II, 4,1 | the ground without your Father” (Matt. 10:29).~But it is 146 II, 4,1 | and most holy Word of the Father, being in the midst of all~ 147 II, 4,2 | Him as their Creator and Father (Plato and Cicero).~ 148 II, 5,2 | for he is a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44). He 149 II, 5,3 | pride of life, is~not of the Father, but is of the world.” The 150 II, 5,3 | Of death, this same Holy Father says, “By death the Giver 151 II, 6,1 | Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, 152 II, 6,2 | of the Prodigal Son. The father sorrowed over the departure 153 II, 6,2 | goodness of life in his father’s house, himself~became 154 II, 6,2 | became homesick for the father’s house and opened his soul 155 II, 6,2 | opened his soul for the father’s love. Thus it was~with 156 II, 6,3 | He is the Son of God the Father: “All things are~delivered 157 II, 6,3 | delivered unto Me of My Father; and no man knoweth the 158 II, 6,3 | knoweth the Son, but the Father; neither knoweth~any man 159 II, 6,3 | neither knoweth~any man the Father, save the Son, and he to 160 II, 6,3 | Son of the only God the Father.~In order that the words, “ 161 II, 6,3 | Only one begotten of the Father: “And the Word was made 162 II, 6,3 | the only begotten of the Father), full of grace and truth” ( 163 II, 6,3 | garden of Gethsemane: “O my Father, if it be possible, let~ 164 II, 6,3 | one in Essence with~the Father as touching His Godhead, 165 II, 6,3 | excepted; begotten of His Father before the world~according 166 II, 6,3 | one with the will of the Father: “I came down from heaven, 167 II, 6,3 | the right hand of God the Father, that in this flesh He will 168 II, 6,4 | Potentate, The Prince of Peace,~Father of the age to come” (Is. 169 II, 6,6 | Only-Begotten Son delight the Father, Who would not receive even 170 II, 6,6 | was~being offered by his father, but changed the sacrifice, 171 II, 6,6 | it not evident that the Father accepts Him, but neither 172 II, 6,6 | this to the~honor of the Father, Whom it is manifest that 173 II, 6,6 | children” (John 13:33); “as the Father hath loved Me, so have I~ 174 II, 6,6 | our sins; for the Heavenly Father does not judge anyone,~but 175 II, 6,6 | Son as they worship~the Father. The Son Himself proclaimed 176 II, 6,7 | degree in the prayer to~His Father which is called “the High-priestly 177 II, 6,7 | the will of the heavenly Father, for the salvation of the 178 II, 6,7 | concerning God, our All-Good Father, to Whom we are taught to 179 II, 6,7 | with the cry of a~son: “Our Father.” Concerning this revelation 180 II, 6,7 | Master,~the Prince of Peace, Father of the coming age . . . 181 II, 6,8 | Before His departure to the Father, the Lord Jesus Christ said 182 II, 6,8 | to the Apostles: “In My Father’s~house are many mansions; 183 II, 6,8 | The Saviour prayed to the Father, “Father,~I will that they 184 II, 6,8 | Saviour prayed to the Father, “Father,~I will that they also, 185 II, 7,1 | am the true vine and My Father it the~Husbandman. Every 186 II, 7,1 | are burned...~Herein is My Father glorified, that ye bear 187 II, 7,1 | head and the body: “The Father hath put all things under 188 II, 7,2 | timesforeordained by the Father, so that “He might gather 189 II, 7,3 | also is its Head. God the Fathergave Him to be the head 190 II, 7,3 | God bearer, an Apostolic Father, calls the Lord the “Invisible 191 II, 7,3 | revealed it unto thee, but My Father which is in heaven. And 192 II, 7,4 | one House of~the Heavenly Father, who have departed from 193 II, 7,5 | one baptism, one God and Father of all, Who is above all, 194 II, 7,5 | of God was less than the Father) and they weigh people. 195 II, 7,5 | God bearer, an Apostolic Father, for example when he says, “ 196 II, 7,5 | our fellowship is with the Father, and with His Son Jesus 197 II, 7,6 | He said to them, “As My Father hath~sent Me, even so send 198 II, 7,6 | them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of 199 II, 7,6 | hierarchy. The Apostolic Father, St. Ignatius,~expresses 200 II, 7,6 | Christ, the Son of God the Father, and the presbyters as the 201 II, 7,6 | Apostles or an Apostolic Father who was for a long time~ 202 II, 8,1 | we read in the same Holy Father, “if he does not bear~in 203 II, 8,3 | He had received from His Father all~authority in Heaven 204 II, 8,3 | them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of 205 II, 8,3 | dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should~ 206 II, 8,3 | baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of 207 II, 8,3 | baptism~“in the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the 208 II, 8,3 | care for the~child as a father, given from above, and as 209 II, 8,3 | immersion in the name of the Father, and of~the Son, and of 210 II, 8,5 | with the prayer to God the Father: “Make this bread the precious~ 211 II, 8,5 | the~right hand of God the Father, and is to appear in the 212 II, 8,6 | falls before a spiritual father — the~confession of sins — 213 II, 8,6 | the lips of~the spiritual father, that the Heavenly Father 214 II, 8,6 | father, that the Heavenly Father does not reject one who 215 II, 8,6 | guidance of a spiritual father,~something widespread in 216 II, 8,7 | good disposition of the Father, have received the reliable 217 II, 8,8 | name) in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the 218 II, 8,8 | Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall~ 219 II, 8,8 | cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be 220 II, 8,9 | prayer is pronounced: “O holy Father, Physician of souls and 221 II, 9,1 | Church with the Heavenly Father, the members of the earthly~ 222 II, 9,1 | example the prayer, “Our Father” — the Lord s Prayer. Prayer 223 II, 9,2 | that will I do, that the Father may~be glorified in the 224 II, 9,3 | our fellowship is with the~Father, and with His Son Jesus 225 II, 9,4 | called it “the house of My Father:” “My house shall be called 226 II, 0,2 | the face of the Heavenly Father (Matt. 18: 10),~and likewise 227 Add, 0,4 | Church with the Heavenly Father, the members of the earthly 228 Add, 0,4 | the path to the Heavenly Father.~ 229 Add, 0,5 | angels in heaven, but My Father~only” (Matt. 24:36). “It 230 Add, 0,5 | or the seasons, which the Father hath~put in His own power” ( 231 Add, 0,7 | in the kingdom of their Father” — are words~spoken by the 232 Add, 0,7 | Come, ye~blessed of My Father, inherit the Kingdom,’ He 233 Add, 0,7 | Kingdom to God, even the~Father; when He shall have put 234 Add, 0,7 | be subdued unto Him (the Father) then shall the Son also 235 Add, 0,7 | which He accepted from the Father, and which consist of the 236 Add, 0,7 | Glory together~with the Father and the Holy Spirit, and “ 237 Add, 0,7 | in the Kingdom of their Father (Matt. 13:43), beingfellow~ 238 Add, 0,7 | Sacred Scripture: “In My Father’s house are many mansions” ( 239 Add, 0,7 | together with~Thine Unoriginate Father, and Thy Most Holy and Good 240 App, 2 | these speculations. See Father~Alexey Young, A Man Is His 241 App, 3 | Soloviev this is a little weak. Father Paul Florensky, following 242 App, 3 | the Absolute, as God the Father, is presented as far away 243 App, 4 | same fullness as do the Father and the Holy Spirit. However, 244 App, 5,5 | with the blessing of his father, His Holiness Job, first 245 App, 5,5 | Liturgy to our venerable father and Abbot Joseph of Volotsk 246 App, 5,5 | repose of our venerable father Joseph the Wonderworker,~ 247 App, 5,5 | the intercession of our father among the saints Metrophanes


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