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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A | A. The sources of Christian doctrine~ 2 Intro, A,1| Church for the purity of Christian teaching.~From the first 3 Intro, A,1| from the history of the Christian Divine services, the Church~ 4 Intro, A,1| 2 Tim. 2:15). In early Christian literature there is constant 5 Intro, A,2| precisely fulfilled.~In the Christian understanding, “dogmas” 6 Intro, A,4| Exact Exposition of the~Christian Faith, p. 375) These books, 7 Intro, A,5| clearly. In undertaking~Christian instruction for those who 8 Intro, A,5| who has not yet become~a Christian, otherwise you will have 9 Intro, A,5| to the revelation of the Christian Mysteries~(Sacraments) to 10 Intro, A,5| all the “secrets” of the Christian Mysteries are readily~available 11 Intro, A,5| ancient Church showed for the Christian Mysteries,~carefully preserving 12 Intro, A,5| the ancient Acts of the Christian martyrs. The Acts of the 13 Intro, A,6| the Church. From profound Christian antiquity, local councils 14 Intro, A,6| fundamental~truths of the Orthodox Christian Faith, defending the ancient 15 Intro, A,6| governing public and private Christian church life, which are called 16 Intro, A,6| pacified until authentic Christian truth was restored and confirmed 17 Intro, A,7| dogmas are the truths of Christian teaching, the truths of 18 Intro, A,7| and clergy and of every Christian, which flow from the moral 19 Intro, A,8| expression of the truths of~Christian teaching and created a unity 20 Intro, B | B. Expositions of Christian teaching~ 21 Intro, B,1| are those expositions of Christian faith which are given in 22 Intro, B,1| to present the Orthodox~Christian teaching against the teaching 23 Intro, B,1| and Adrian. The Orthodox~Christian Catechism of Metropolitan 24 Intro, B,2| exposition of the whole Christian teaching we call a “system~ 25 Intro, B,2| Archpriest P. Svietlov (The Christian Teaching of Faith, an Apologetic 26 Intro, C | fullness and wholeness of the Christian~world view. A Christian 27 Intro, C | Christian~world view. A Christian of the twentieth century 28 Intro, C | theology itself — to reveal new Christian truths, or new~aspects of 29 Intro, C | and proof, the Orthodox Christian teaching which has been 30 Intro, C | gradual~development of Christian teaching”; its aim is a 31 Intro, C | heresies and protests~against Christian truth, or else repeats ancient 32 Intro, C | about the development of the~Christian teaching of faith itself.~ 33 Intro, C,1| theology is for the believing Christian. In itself it does not inspire 34 Intro, C,1| Apostles: I believe. All Christian theologizing must begin 35 Intro, C,2| or elevated subjects of Christian faith which are difficult~ 36 I, 1,1 | faith.~The first word of our Christian Symbol of Faith is “I believe.” 37 I, 1,1 | I believe.” All of our Christian confession~is based upon 38 I, 1,1 | God is the first object of Christian belief. Thus, our Christian 39 I, 1,1 | Christian belief. Thus, our Christian acknowledgment~of the existence 40 I, 1,1 | moral foundation.~In the Christian understanding, to believe 41 I, 1,2 | an attribute of the soul.~Christian faith is a mystical revelation 42 I, 1,2 | it moves mountains, the Christian renounces his own will~when 43 I, 1,2 | between heaven and earth. Christian belief is something much 44 I, 1,3 | is the mystery of living Christian faith.~ 45 I, 1,4 | faith in~general, but by Christian faith. Faith is a reality 46 I, 1,4 | the mystical character of Christian faith.~ 47 I, 1,5 | their minds by an elevated Christian life~and made their minds 48 I, 1,8 | Metropolitan~Philaret's Longer Christian Catechism of the Orthodox 49 I, 1,18 | little different in the early Christian~Church, when this truth 50 I, 1,18 | Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.~The Christian truth of the oneness of 51 I, 2,1 | the most important of all Christian dogmas, it~is the most difficult 52 I, 2,1 | revelation that exalts the Christian faith incomparably above 53 I, 2,1 | s Essence. Thus, when in Christian doctrine we speak of the 54 I, 2,2 | explained in~the light of Christian faith, as the Apostle Paul 55 I, 2,4 | in general, the ancient Christian writers, and 3) the expressions 56 I, 2,5 | lead to a distortion of~the Christian teaching. The very expressions 57 I, 2,5 | these conceptions in the Christian teaching regarding God They~ 58 I, 2,6 | understanding of the Logos with the Christian understanding of the Word — 59 I, 2,7 | Son, is an indisputable Christian truth, for~God is a Trinity 60 I, 2,8 | departures from the authentic Christian teaching regarding God the 61 I, 2,8 | total disharmony with the Christian understanding and with the 62 I, 2,9 | God the Father~In earliest Christian times, until the Church' 63 I, 2,9 | heretics in the ancient Christian period who consciously~denied 64 I, 2,9 | Arius disturbed the whole Christian world, since it drew after 65 I, 2,11 | spiritual eyes of a believing Christian there stands an abyss: the 66 II, 3,5 | 5th-century collection of texts on Christian doctrine, worship, and discipline~ 67 II, 3,5 | given respect as an ancient Christian text, this collection, owing 68 II, 3,6 | fundamental objects of the Christian Faith.~Nor is this idea 69 II, 3,6 | the fundamental parts of Christian faith itself.~This truth 70 II, 3,6 | itself.~This truth inspires a Christian, filling his soul with the 71 II, 3,6 | even though they might be Christian — where the power of faith 72 II, 3,6 | remembrance of the dead,~Christian faith itself is in a condition 73 II, 3,6 | life's work of an Orthodox Christian.~Soul and spirit.~The spiritual 74 II, 3,6 | of the Holy Spirit in a Christian: the~“spirit” of which the 75 II, 3,6 | what was meant by those Christian teachers and Fathers of 76 II, 5,3 | did eat” (Gen.~3:1-6).~The Christian Church has always understood 77 II, 5,3 | great significance in the Christian~world-view, because upon 78 II, 5,3 | common faith of the ancient Christian Church in the existence 79 II, 5,3 | the history of the ancient Christian Church, Pelagius and his 80 II, 6,2 | particularly among the ancient Christian~writers.~From the Sacred 81 II, 6,3 | as the foundation of the Christian faith, and for this purpose~ 82 II, 6,4 | somehow not~in harmony with Christian concepts, for “there is 83 II, 6,4 | truths~or dogmas of the Christian faith.~The cult of the “ 84 II, 6,5 | Christianity, the heart of our Christian~faith. The Lord Jesus Christ 85 II, 6,6 | righteous ones of the pre Christian world; and thus they express 86 II, 6,6 | personal~salvation of the Christian, but also in the final, 87 II, 6,6 | ransoming from slavery. In the Christian meaning, the Apostles use 88 II, 6,7 | are morally demanded of a Christian.~While the Old Testament 89 II, 6,8 | the crown of our Orthodox Christian Faith.~The Resurrection 90 II, 6,8 | in the Feast of the Holy~Christian Pascha. “Today all creation 91 II, 7,2 | began to be covered with Christian~communities or churches. 92 II, 7,2 | which belongs to every Christian community, even~of a single 93 II, 7,2 | even more than that — a~Christian’s thoughts and actions are 94 II, 7,3 | Faith is in agreement, and Christian love is established in us, 95 II, 7,5 | with the Church there exist Christian~societies which do not belong 96 II, 7,5 | atheists or apostates from~the Christian faith, those who are sinners 97 II, 7,5 | very rarely.~However, the Christian Church from antiquity chose 98 II, 7,5 | which is present only to the Christian~consciousness. In the ancient 99 II, 7,5 | Saints;” etc. In ancient Christian literature, this term is 100 II, 7,5 | transmitted to the Church the Christian teaching of faith and~life 101 II, 7,5 | all the various existing Christian organizations, the so-called “ 102 II, 7,5 | Often we can observe in this Christian world outsidethe Church 103 II, 7,5 | the same level with~non Christian religions. One cannot deny 104 II, 7,5 | that one part of this broad Christian world outside the Church, 105 II, 7,5 | are placed also the non Christian religions,~on the grounds 106 II, 7,5 | together, they far surpass~the Christian world in the number of members 107 II, 7,5 | one truth. And authentic Christian~unityunity in the Church — 108 II, 7,6 | episcopacy in one or another Christian denomination deprives it 109 II, 7,6 | that all the local ancient Christian Churches preserved lists 110 II, 8,1 | Therefore, from the deepest Christian antiquity the moment of 111 II, 8,1 | in content to the ancient Christian rite. After this there is 112 II, 8,1 | the believing and virtuous Christian to the appropriation of 113 II, 8,1 | Apostles teach us~that a Christian, having justification as 114 II, 8,1 | He who bears the name of Christian, we read in the same Holy 115 II, 8,2 | Mysteries.”) The Longer~Christian Catechism thus defines the 116 II, 8,2 | awareness that in every ChristianChrist is the One~Who fights 117 II, 8,2 | when He sees that in each Christian there is and remains the 118 II, 8,3 | Church acknowledges the Christian martyrdom of the unbaptized 119 II, 8,3 | the Theologian, addressing Christian mothers, says: “Do you~have 120 II, 8,3 | of the baptized infant in Christian faith~and virtue. We read 121 II, 8,3 | which comes from the ancient Christian Church~From it we see what 122 II, 8,3 | Of course, in a normal~Christian family the parents themselves 123 II, 8,3 | will not remain without Christian guidance. And even under 124 II, 8,3 | come to him with heartfelt Christian help.~The tenth paragraph 125 II, 8,4 | Church place the very wordChristian” in a close bond with~“Chrismation.” 126 II, 8,5 | Eucharist is the greatest Christian Mystery (Sacrament).~The 127 II, 8,5 | preparatory self-testing a Christian must approach the Eucharist, 128 II, 8,5 | were defending the general Christian~truths against the pagans, 129 II, 8,5 | said of the communities of Christian converts from paganism, 130 II, 8,5 | consoling obligation of every Christian. This is evident from the 131 II, 8,6 | soul~are removed, and a Christian, having received forgiveness 132 II, 8,6 | which make powerless his Christian will —~are annihilated, 133 II, 8,6 | become perfected in the good Christian path.~The Mystery of Repentance 134 II, 8,6 | out to meet the repenting Christian, testifying, through the 135 II, 8,6 | Paul~upon the Corinthian Christian who had committed incest, 136 II, 8,7 | Greek word that has a purely Christian ecclesiastical~meaning and 137 II, 8,7 | the very concept of the Christian Mysteries from the practice~ 138 II, 8,8 | Marriage~The Purpose of the Christian Family~The family, as is 139 II, 8,8 | Church body. Therefore the Christian family in itself is called 140 II, 8,8 | created another kind of Christian social unit: monasticism.~ 141 II, 8,8 | which~are placed before the Christian family, and this blessing 142 II, 8,8 | within the family truly Christian relationships, to raise 143 II, 8,8 | in the existence of the Christian family is the sacred action 144 II, 8,8 | 28).~Having in mind the Christian purpose of marriage, the 145 II, 8,9 | institution.~In ancient Christian literature one may find 146 II, 9,1 | according to the law of~Christian love, they pray also for 147 II, 9,2 | offered~for the dead.~In the Christian Church all the ancient liturgies, 148 II, 9,3 | direct indications in ancient Christian literature concerning~faith 149 II, 9,4 | Orthodox Christians.~The Christian worship of God, in its highest 150 II, 9,4 | truth” (John~4:23-24). The Christian Divine services are incomparably 151 II, 9,4 | Holy Mysteries.~However, Christian prayer has also various 152 II, 9,4 | God’s” (1 Cor. 6:19-20).~A Christian is called to glorify God 153 II, 9,4 | prayer” (1 Tim. 4:4-5). The Christian is called consciously to 154 II, 9,4 | is done by the Orthodox Christian~Divine services, taken in 155 II, 9,5 | ones, such as exist in the Christian Church.~They were not there 156 II, 9,5 | transfer these prohibitions to Christian icons. Idols are the images~ 157 II, 9,5 | show that in the ancient Christian Church there~existed sacred 158 II, 9,5 | prayer, and subsequently~in Christian churches. If in certain 159 II, 9,5 | churches. If in certain cases Christian writers have expressed themselves~ 160 II, 9,7 | The path of the Christian~The cross of Christ: The 161 II, 9,7 | the whole~moral order of Christian life; it gives to it a true 162 II, 9,7 | of the moral duty of the Christian. Faith demands~a life that 163 II, 9,7 | The Orthodox path of the Christian is the path of the cross 164 II, 9,7 | martyrs in the earliest Christian age; then the self-sacrificing 165 II, 9,7 | not only of each separate Christian but of the Church herself 166 II, 9,7 | Cross is the path of the Christian and the~Church.~At the same 167 II, 9,7 | Faith” (Heb. 12:2), the Christian finds spiritual strength 168 II, 9,7 | the~Gospel. Certain large Christian societies deny the Cross 169 II, 9,7 | the sign of the~Cross, the Christian first of all brings to his 170 II, 9,7 | personal struggle for the Christian. In the representation of 171 II, 0 | 10. Christian Eschatology~ 172 II, 0,1 | paragraphs, contains the Orthodox Christian confession of faith in the 173 II, 0,1 | And an inseparable~part of Christian teaching is composed of 174 Add, 0,3 | although it is nominally Christian, in many respects has different 175 Add, 0,3 | English under the title,~Christian Mythology by Canon George 176 Add, 0,3 | are the experience of the Christian soul immediately~after death, 177 Add, 0,3 | Fathers of the Church and Christian ascetics. In recent years 178 Add, 0,3 | specifically a topic of Orthodox Christian theology: it is not a dogma 179 Add, 0,3 | The earthly life of the~Christian should be a place of spiritual 180 Add, 0,3 | which is present in Western Christian psychology,~which is based 181 Add, 0,4 | during periods of general Christian repentance before Great 182 Add, 0,4 | period after death when the Christian soul must account for its 183 Add, 0,4 | moral instructions for a Christian way of life. As for children 184 Add, 0,4 | Orthodox Church depicts the Christian martyrs, male and female, 185 Add, 0,4 | of our Church life. Our Christian Church life of prayer~is 186 Add, 0,7 | encountered in certain ancient Christian writers of the universal 187 Add, 0,7 | permissible~at all for an Orthodox Christian to hold these opinions ( 188 Add, 0,7 | The writings of the holy Christian ascetics indicate that the 189 Add, 0,7 | the truths of the Orthodox Christian Faith with the words~of 190 App, 1 | essence is~one and the same. Christian teaching and the scope of 191 App, 1 | necessity to change traditional Christian dogmas and expressions.)~ 192 App, 1 | satisfy the need of the Christian to have a whole world outlook? 193 App, 1 | 2 Peter 1:3-7). For the Christian the most essential thing 194 App, 2 | penetrated the view that Christian dogmatic~theology should 195 App, 2 | from Greek philosophy to~Christian philosophy. Christianity 196 App, 2 | occurred a debate of the Christian~teachers of faith with a “ 197 App, 2 | simply a substitution (of Christian philosophy for pagan). Christian~ 198 App, 2 | Christian philosophy for pagan). Christian~apologetics took upon itself 199 App, 2 | ideas of Plato stood before Christian~writers as a preparatory 200 App, 2 | base all the truths of the Christian faith on the foundation 201 App, 2 | the universal spread of Christian conceptions, the interest~ 202 App, 2 | salvation in Christ. Therefore,~Christian dogmatic theology has as 203 App, 2 | Testament, and Orthodox~Christian theology as a whole has 204 App, 2 | Christianity, this means Christian~philosophy.~But Christian 205 App, 2 | Christian~philosophy.~But Christian religious philosophy has 206 App, 2 | whispers to him the duty of the Christian. Therefore, one might always~ 207 App, 2 | compilers the systems of Christian philosophy will be~forced 208 App, 2 | harmonious, philosophical Christian~world view; but the Church 209 App, 2 | between dogmatic~theology and Christian philosophy, and every attempt 210 App, 2 | attempt to turn dogmatics into Christian philosophy~must be decisively 211 App, 2 | at the~creation of a true Christian philosophy in 19th-century 212 App, 3 | deviations from the Orthodox~Christian way of thinking, many of 213 App, 4 | New Testament believer,~a Christian, in the nameWord” and 214 App, 5,1 | Persons who are great in their Christian spirit, glorious in their 215 App, 5,2 | the first centuries of the Christian Church, three basic types 216 App, 5,2 | commemoration~of the great Christian desert dwellers of old, 217 App, 5,3 | exceptional zeal for the Christian faith and for publicly denouncing 218 App, 5,3 | the martyrs of the early Christian era, acknowledging~martyrdom 219 App, 5,5 | God. Memory of the lofty Christian virtues with which~he shone


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