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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,6| church of Christ is the Body of Christ, a spiritual organism 2 I, 1,5 | everything liquid in the~body, and under one's feet is 3 I, 1,6 | theologizes, “renounce your~own body, renounce your bodily senses, 4 I, 1,9 | ever heard that God is a body?~Something is presented 5 I, 1,9 | affirmed of God as if He had a body,”~and here he writes: “Since 6 I, 1,9 | about~God as if He had a body. We must know that it is 7 I, 1,9 | affirmed of God as if He had a body contains a certain hidden~ 8 II, 3,1 | emanation of Him,(3) nor His body.~(b) It was created not 9 II, 3,6 | simultaneous: the formation of the body, and the~giving of life 10 II, 3,6 | John Damascene notes: “The body and the soul were formed 11 II, 3,6 | Genesis, God~created the body of man from already existing 12 II, 3,6 | significance of the human body as is set forth~generally 13 II, 3,6 | the Sacred Scripture. The body must serve as the companion, 14 II, 3,6 | becomes the slave of the body, or, being guided by an 15 II, 3,6 | enlightened spirit, to make the body its~obedient executor and 16 II, 3,6 | Depending upon the soul, the body can be a vessel of sinful~ 17 II, 3,6 | Even with the death of the body, the bond of the~soul with 18 II, 3,6 | bond of the~soul with the body is not cut off forever. 19 II, 3,6 | the participation of the body in the course of earthly 20 II, 3,6 | completely separate from the body and from everything material~ 21 II, 3,6 | not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill 22 II, 3,6 | in the formation of the body, (we should understand) 23 II, 3,6 | then, by His will the human body was formed from the~earth, 24 II, 3,6 | distinctness~of the soul from the body in order to refute the materialistic 25 II, 3,6 | harmony of the members of the body, or is a result of the body' 26 II, 3,6 | body, or is a result of the body's physical~activity, and 27 II, 3,6 | govern the strivings of the body, and characteristic of~the 28 II, 3,6 | and characteristic of~the body to accept this governance ( 29 II, 3,6 | and others).~b. that the body is, as it were, a tool or 30 II, 3,6 | subject to the impulses of the body; it is even capable~of entering 31 II, 3,6 | with the strivings of the body as with something foreign 32 II, 3,6 | not the same thing as the body but is~an invisible essence, 33 II, 3,6 | man, while he is in the body on earth, mentally thinks 34 II, 3,6 | it; being mortal in his body, he reasons about immortality 35 II, 3,6 | suffering and death; having a body which is temporal, with 36 II, 3,6 | which is under his feet. The~body itself would never have 37 II, 3,6 | material crudeness~of the body; they indicate its invisibility 38 II, 3,6 | weight, etc.) to which the body is~subject (Origen and others).~ 39 II, 3,6 | that the conditions of the body are reflected in the activities 40 II, 3,6 | Church often compare the body to an instrument~used in 41 II, 3,6 | soul's manifestation in the body testify only to~the instability 42 II, 3,6 | of the instrument — the body. Those conditions of the 43 II, 3,6 | Those conditions of the body which are unfavorable~for 44 II, 3,6 | soul as distinct from the body, at the same time also ascribe~ 45 II, 3,6 | a definite moment to the body~which is being or has been 46 II, 3,6 | refer its union with the body to the fortieth day after 47 II, 3,6 | the fortieth day after the body's formation.~(Roman Catholic 48 II, 3,6 | Presbyter), both soul and body receive~their beginning 49 II, 3,6 | the parents~just as the body proceeds from the bodies 50 II, 3,6 | that in Adam the soul and body of every man~was given in 51 II, 3,6 | Theologian says, “Just as the body, which was originally formed 52 II, 3,6 | appearing powerless in an~infirm body, becomes manifest as the 53 II, 3,6 | becomes manifest as the body is strengthened and reveals 54 II, 3,6 | which is opposed to the body is designated in Sacred 55 II, 3,6 | side: “Glorify God in your body and in your soul, which 56 II, 3,6 | whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto~ 57 II, 3,6 | between the members of the body and the brain, and~just 58 II, 3,6 | s nature has two parts: body and soul (Sts.~Cyril of 59 II, 3,6 | composite parts in a man: the body, the animal soul, and the~ 60 II, 3,6 | God, having~formed the body from the dust and breathed 61 II, 3,6 | in the soul, not in the body. According to~His nature, 62 II, 3,6 | not clothed in any kind of body and not a partaker of any~ 63 II, 3,6 | and upright posture of~his body, and his gaze, which turns 64 II, 4,2 | Creator faultless also in body. His body, so remarkable 65 II, 4,2 | faultless also in body. His body, so remarkable in~its organization, 66 II, 5,3 | authority of the~spirit over the body, a subjection of it to the 67 II, 5,3 | remained immortal also in body if he had not fallen away 68 II, 5,3 | death” (Wis. 1:13). Man's body, as was well expressed by~ 69 II, 6,3 | Christ had a human soul and body, but that~His spirit (or “ 70 II, 6,3 | reasonable soul and (human) body, one in Essence with~the 71 II, 6,4 | the Mother of God with her body into heaven.~Dogmatically 72 II, 6,4 | concerning the assumption of the body of the Mother of God: the 73 II, 6,4 | in the assumption of her body after its burial does exist 74 II, 6,4 | with ancient tradition, the body of the Mother of God had~ 75 II, 6,4 | had been opened and her body was not there, and how it~ 76 II, 6,4 | to the Apostles that her body had ascended to heaven. 77 II, 6,4 | of the ascension of the body of the Mother~of God, has 78 II, 6,6 | Himself a human soul and~body, and become the God-Man, 79 II, 6,6 | What! Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy 80 II, 6,6 | extinguished. The heavenly-earthly body of the Church of~Christ 81 II, 6,7 | worthy reception of the Body and Blood of Christ. However, 82 II, 6,7 | Church is Christ God, and the body of the Church is humanity 83 II, 6,7 | of Christ also, the human body and soul did~not pass over 84 II, 6,8 | ends with the death of the body. The soul preserves its 85 II, 6,8 | at~the same time that His body remained in the grave. He 86 II, 6,8 | then the fulness of the~Body of Christ will be perfected, 87 II, 6,8 | joined and united to the Body of Christ; and there will 88 II, 6,8 | shall comprise the full Body of Christ,~then also the 89 II, 6,8 | will be~filled up, and the body of the Queen of God, the 90 II, 6,8 | the Church, which is the Body of Christ God, will~be revealed 91 II, 7,1 | Holy Church which is His Body. The Sacred Scripture is 92 II, 7,1 | image of the head and the body: “The Father hath put all 93 II, 7,1 | the Church, which it His Body, the fulness of Him that~ 94 II, 7,2 | with the whole, with the body of the~whole Church of Christ.~ 95 II, 7,2 | Church of Christ.~Being “the body of Christ,” the Church “ 96 II, 7,3 | the Church,~which is His body, the fulness of Him that 97 II, 7,3 | Christ,~from Whom the whole body fitly joined together and 98 II, 7,3 | maketh increase of the body~unto the edifying of itself 99 II, 7,3 | As all the members of our body comprise a full~and living 100 II, 7,3 | mercy we will preserve the Body of Christ undivided, and 101 II, 7,4 | world, put off the earthly body, but have not put off~the 102 II, 7,4 | have not put off~the Church body. They not only were, but 103 II, 7,4 | crowned, and the rest of the body rejoices. One becomes a 104 II, 7,4 | performed~in the offering of the Body of Christ . . . Why should 105 II, 7,5 | unanimity.~“There is one body and one spirit, even as 106 II, 7,5 | is composed of men in the body; it has a visible hierarchy; 107 II, 7,5 | Heavenly Church.~The very body of the Church is holy: “ 108 II, 7,5 | members, are cut off~from the body of the Church, either by 109 II, 7,5 | the Holy Mysteries of the Body and Blood~of Christ, of 110 II, 7,5 | Heavenly Church in the one Body of Christ: the~Church is 111 II, 7,5 | destroyed the bond with the one Body of Christ which unites in 112 II, 7,6 | just as the parts of the body have different functions 113 II, 7,6 | for the edifying of the Body of Christ; till we all come 114 II, 8,2 | with the Church as His Body, in the~Holy Spirit, by 115 II, 8,2 | healed of diseases of the body by means of a healing of 116 II, 8,2 | itself as a whole, both as Body of Christ and as the “courtyard 117 II, 8,2 | place: a) the~Mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ, or 118 II, 8,3 | of God, a member of the Body of Christ or the Church, 119 II, 8,3 | infants, so that~growing in body and spirit they might grow 120 II, 8,4 | signing each part of the body he pronounces the words, “ 121 II, 8,4 | the Mystery of the holy Body and Blood of Christ will 122 II, 8,5 | Holy Spirit into the true Body and true Blood of our Lord 123 II, 8,5 | bread and wine into the Body and Blood of the Lord, and 124 II, 8,5 | Supper,” “the Mystery of the Body and Blood of~Christ.” The 125 II, 8,5 | and Blood of~Christ.” The Body and Blood of Christ in this 126 II, 8,5 | that~believers will eat His Body and drink His Blood? But 127 II, 8,5 | He speaks of His actual~Body. His words concerning His 128 II, 8,5 | His words concerning His Body and Blood are “spirit and 129 II, 8,5 | Gifts. This Communion of His Body and Blood is important not 130 II, 8,5 | said Take, eat, this is My Body.~And He took the cup, and 131 II, 8,5 | unto them saying This is My Body which is given for you; 132 II, 8,5 | Mystical Supper, “This is My Body, which is broken for~you; 133 II, 8,5 | disciples were given the true Body and the true Blood of Christ.~ 134 II, 8,5 | Gospel of John concerning His Body and Blood.~Having given 135 II, 8,5 | not the communion of the Body of Christ? For we, being 136 II, 8,5 | many are one~bread, and one body, for we are all partakers 137 II, 8,5 | unworthily shall be~guilty of the Body and Blood of the Lord. But 138 II, 8,5 | not discerning the Lord’s Body. For this cause many are 139 II, 8,5 | the reception of the true Body and Blood of~Christ.~Being 140 II, 8,5 | We, being many, are one body, for we are all partakers 141 II, 8,5 | this bread the precious~Body of Thy Christ; and that 142 II, 8,5 | actually are changed into the Body and Blood by~the coming 143 II, 8,5 | sensual eyes, this is the true Body and true~Blood of the Lord 144 II, 8,5 | change.”) into the true Body and true Blood of Christ, 145 II, 8,5 | transformed, into the actual true Body of the Lord, which was born 146 II, 8,5 | themselves, but the very Body~and Blood of the Lord, under 147 II, 8,5 | truly receiving~His Precious Body and Blood, we should believe 148 II, 8,5 | the power of God into the Body and Blood of Christ, the 149 II, 8,5 | unknown to us, into our own body and blood~(St. John Damascene).~ 150 II, 8,5 | in the Mystery into the Body and Blood of~the Lord, He 151 II, 8,5 | Although, further, the Body and Blood of the Lord are 152 II, 8,5 | present and is given in His~body in all the churches of the 153 II, 8,5 | one and the same with the Body which it in the heavens.~ 154 II, 8,5 | of the Eucharist into the~Body and Blood, they no longer 155 II, 8,5 | former nature, but remain the Body and Blood of~the Lord forever, 156 II, 8,5 | Liturgy, remain the true Body~and Blood of Christ. There 157 II, 8,5 | offering of the sacrificed Body and Blood once offered by 158 II, 8,5 | Giving to~His disciples His Body, the Lord said of It: “Which 159 II, 8,5 | all the faithful in one~body in Christ. Therefore, after 160 II, 8,5 | should be given not only the Body of Christ, but also the 161 II, 8,5 | receive communion of the Body and Blood of the Lord is 162 II, 8,5 | It nourishes our soul and body and aids our strengthening, 163 II, 8,5 | unworthy partaking of the Body and Blood of~Christ brings 164 II, 8,5 | not discerning the Lord’s Body” (1 Cor. 11:29).~ 165 II, 8,8 | basic~unit of the Church body. Therefore the Christian 166 II, 8,9 | action in which, while the body is anointed with oil, the~ 167 II, 8,9 | infirmities of soul and body is called down upon a sick 168 II, 8,9 | person~who has grown weak in body and soul is not always capable 169 II, 8,9 | infirmities~of soul and body; but this rite is not precisely 170 II, 8,9 | death, Holy~Communion of the Body and Blood of Christ (This, 171 II, 8,9 | poured cross-form over his body in the coffin at the end 172 II, 9,1 | living fabric of the Church body, and they go in all directions. 173 II, 9,1 | prayer penetrates the~whole body of the Church, leading each 174 II, 9,1 | into the common life of the body, animating~each part and 175 II, 9,1 | good things of soul and body, both~heavenly and earthly. 176 II, 9,4 | while we are living in the~body upon earth, our prayer naturally 177 II, 9,4 | Bloodless Sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Christ, and 178 II, 9,4 | mutual influence of soul and body. “What! Know ye not that 179 II, 9,4 | What! Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy~ 180 II, 9,4 | therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which 181 II, 9,4 | with his soul and in his body, but everything~surrounding 182 II, 9,6 | also of the concept of the body as the dwelling place of 183 II, 9,6 | reception of the Most Pure Body and Blood of Christ, might 184 II, 9,6 | Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy~ 185 II, 9,6 | the righteous. Thus, the body of a certain dead man,~after 186 II, 9,6 | IV[II] Kings 13:21). The body of the holy Prophet Elijah 187 II, 9,6 | belts (“aprons”) from the body of the Apostle Paul were 188 II, 9,6 | of what remained~from his body (he was torn to pieces by 189 II, 9,6 | and the~burning of his body by the Proconsul, the Christians190 II, 9,6 | the incorruption~of a dead body is no guarantee of sanctity: 191 II, 0,2 | separation~of the soul from the body. The truth of the immortality 192 II, 0,2 | the putting off of the body, (“knowing that short1y 193 II, 0,2 | its separation from the body as a path through~such spiritual 194 II, 0,2 | separation of her soul from the body and during the ascent of 195 II, 0,2 | after its departure from the body is customarily called the “ 196 II, 0,2 | being separated from the body, they immediately pass over 197 II, 0,2 | soul is reunited with the body in which it lived in virtue 198 Add, 0,3 | the heavenly and earthly~Body of Christ, pre-designated 199 Add, 0,3 | heavenly~Church. In the Body of Christ all its members 200 Add, 0,3 | from Whom the whole body fitly joined together and 201 Add, 0,3 | maketh increase of the body unto the building~of itself 202 Add, 0,4 | to the passions of the body; others are in the temptations 203 Add, 0,4 | soul, flying away~from the body, often ascends and descends, 204 Add, 0,4 | after its departure from the body, called the Particular Judgment, 205 Add, 0,4 | its separation~from the body enters into a sphere where 206 Add, 0,4 | love. Through it the whole body of the Church, being united 207 Add, 0,4 | It penetrates the whole body of the Church,~unites every 208 Add, 0,4 | living fabric of the~Church body, for “the prayer of the 209 Add, 0,4 | soul is separated from the body, when we must enter into 210 Add, 0,4 | shall be loosed from my body, may thou cover it, O my 211 Add, 0,7 | raised up? and with what body do they come? Thou fool, 212 Add, 0,7 | sowest, thou sowest not that body~that shall be, but bare 213 Add, 0,7 | grain; but God giveth it a~body as it hath pleased Him, 214 Add, 0,7 | and to every seed his own body” (1 Cor. 15:35-38).~With 215 Add, 0,7 | the resurrected spiritual body that will experience~them. 216 App, 1 | consciousness.~He argues thus: “The Body of Christ changes and is 217 App, 5,4 | sarcophagus which held no body, since the body was underground).~ 218 App, 5,4 | held no body, since the body was underground).~Pannikhidas 219 App, 5,5 | the incorruption of the~body of the Holy Hierarch Metrophanes 220 App, 5,5 | and healing relics of his body as a candle, not under a 221 App, 5,5 | sanctity, and his incorrupt body as holy relics.”~The resolution


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