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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| Doors while Psalm 103 is being read aloud by the Reader.) 2 Intro, A,5| Holy Mysteries were secret, being kept from~non-Christians. 3 Intro, A,5| he wrote down for those beingillumined” —~that is, those 4 Intro, A,5| instruction for those who are being illumined is offered~to 5 Intro, A,5| merely curious, or those who, being outside the Church~and uncommitted 6 Intro, A,5| anointing and, indeed, the one being~baptized himself. Is this 7 Intro, A,5| That is, anointing of those being baptized; the anointing 8 Intro, A,8| which are not recognized as being in agreement with the general 9 Intro, B,2| Orthodox theologians as being untainted by “Western influence.” 10 Intro, C,2| the latter are capable of being used for the higher questions 11 I, 1,1 | scientific investigation, to~being received by our outward 12 I, 1,3 | infirmity (Heb.~11:33-38). Being inspired by faith, Christians 13 I, 1,5 | world are clearly seen, being understood by the things 14 I, 1,5 | this the false conclusion, being a simple Essence, Who has 15 I, 1,6 | term “He Who is above all being,” as in the kontakion, “ 16 I, 1,6 | to Him~Who is above all being.” The Old TestamentJehovah,” “ 17 I, 1,6 | the One “Who is above all being” (Kontakion of the Nativity 18 I, 1,6 | existence. “God is a sea of being, immeasurable and limitless” ( 19 I, 1,7 | that God is a most perfect Being. Every lack and imperfection 20 I, 1,7 | us that the most perfect Being can be only singular: God 21 I, 1,7 | that God is a self-existing Being, since nothing can be the 22 I, 1,10 | is only a form of limited being, changeable~being. For God 23 I, 1,10 | limited being, changeable~being. For God there is neither 24 I, 1,10 | who has been brought into being and does not die, as, for 25 I, 1,11 | she sees it in danger of being~devoured by a serpent, with 26 I, 1,11 | baby birds, not capable~of being indifferent to the loss 27 I, 1,11 | much on his earthly well being. Nevertheless, God's Providence~ 28 I, 1,12 | of Him” (Heb. 4:13). “My being while it~was still unformed 29 I, 1,13 | grieving, simultaneously being~sad at the senselessness 30 I, 1,13 | how would we feel there, being unclean, dark, and not having~ 31 I, 1,14 | spake, and they came into being He commanded, and they were 32 I, 1,15 | everything, God,~as a simple Being, is present in every place, 33 I, 1,15 | Himself, but in all His Being; and He is not confused 34 I, 1,15 | penetrates everything without being mingled with anything,~but 35 I, 1,16 | unthinkable~in the most perfect Being, in God Concerning God one 36 I, 1,16 | that any kind of process is being~performed in Him, whether 37 I, 1,16 | immovability; it is not a being closed~up within Himself. 38 I, 1,16 | while He is unchanging, His Being is life, filled with power 39 I, 1,16 | is life, and life is His Being.~The unchangeability of 40 I, 1,18 | the fullness of perfect being. The idea of fullness, perfection, 41 I, 1,18 | divinity limited~by another being loses his divine dignity.~ 42 I, 2,1 | prayer, the Foundation of all being, the Father of mercies Who 43 I, 2,1 | Incarnation of the Son of God, being” one Power, one Essence, 44 I, 2,4 | illustration goes,~attribute both Being and Not-being to God, which 45 I, 2,4 | images and the shadows~go, as being deceptive and very far short 46 I, 2,6 | the Logos as a personal being intermediate~between God 47 I, 2,7 | the Spirit of the Son as being One in Essence~with Him” ( 48 I, 2,9 | and has a nature which, being different~from the Father' 49 I, 2,9 | of His own~Divinity, He, being sent by the Father and having 50 I, 2,9 | obedience to the Father, being One in Essence and equal 51 I, 2,11 | world are clearly seen,~being understood by the things 52 I, 2,11 | concentrating in prayer,~being in the Church of Christ, 53 II, 3,1 | eternal, self-existing Being, the Source of all~being, 54 II, 3,1 | Being, the Source of all~being, and the Spirit above this 55 II, 3,1 | creation of the world,~His Being is outside of space, not 56 II, 3,1 | material but was brought into being out of~complete non-being.~( 57 II, 3,2 | that it was brought into~being from non-being, as the Fathers 58 II, 3,2 | creation is a bringing into being from complete nonbeing is 59 II, 3,2 | things from nothingness~into being and creates them, both visible 60 II, 3,2 | speak of the “pre-eternal being” of the whole world, so 61 II, 3,2 | currents.~The Holy Church, being guided by the indications 62 II, 3,3 | need of nothing; but He, being an abyss of goodness,~deigned 63 II, 3,5 | entire ladder of created being is occupied by the pure 64 II, 3,5 | when did they come into being? What~nature was given them? 65 II, 3,5 | heaven and the earth”), as being not the physical heaven, 66 II, 3,5 | the seal of limitation. Being fleshless, they are~less 67 II, 3,6 | occupies the reigning position. Being earthly, according to his 68 II, 3,6 | bodily organization, is a~being surpassing all other creatures 69 II, 3,6 | the slave of the body, or, being guided by an enlightened 70 II, 3,6 | breath of God, and while being heavenly, it endures being 71 II, 3,6 | being heavenly, it endures being mixed with~what is of the 72 II, 3,6 | Certain senseless ones, being drawn away by their own 73 II, 3,6 | heavenly and~beholds it; being mortal in his body, he reasons 74 II, 3,6 | immediately and separately by God, being joined at a definite moment 75 II, 3,6 | moment to the body~which is being or has been formed. In the 76 II, 3,6 | others — so also the soul, being inbreathed by God, from~ 77 II, 3,6 | formed composition of man, being born anew, and from the~ 78 II, 3,6 | means here a spiritual seed) being imparted to many and always~ 79 II, 3,6 | acknowledge the soul~as being immortal by nature, while 80 II, 3,6 | man possesses a soul, but being reborn, he cultivates~in 81 II, 3,6 | reason which is capable of being not limited~only to earthly, 82 II, 4,1 | and move, and have our being”~(Acts 17:25,28). The power 83 II, 4,1 | holy Word of the Father, being in the midst of all~things 84 II, 4,2 | should be glorified and, being~glorified, should be vouchsafed 85 II, 4,2 | with freedom of will. By being sinless I do not mean~being 86 II, 4,2 | being sinless I do not mean~being incapable of sinning, for 87 II, 5,2 | newly converted, adds, “Lest being lifted up with pride he 88 II, 5,2 | And ought not this woman, being a daughter of Abraham,~whom 89 II, 5,2 | disciples” (Luke 10:18). Being~cast down from the world 90 II, 5,3 | and pride (the thirst for being better than others) are 91 II, 5,3 | signifies a condition of not being reborn, a condition opposed 92 II, 5,3 | a condition opposed to being~reborn in Christ “That which 93 II, 6,2 | coming of the Saviour as being “when we were children”~( 94 II, 6,2 | not only the Jews who~were being prepared for the reception 95 II, 6,3 | of the Lord Jesus Christ.~Being perfect God, Christ the 96 II, 6,3 | subjected to the fall~and, being defeated, was in need of 97 II, 6,3 | Divine nature. The flesh,~being deified, was not destroyed, “ 98 II, 6,3 | and not to parts of His Being; it must be one. Even if 99 II, 6,4 | Virgin Mary, and that He, being perfect Man, is also perfect 100 II, 6,4 | 41-44). Thus Elizabeth,~being filled with the Holy Spirit, 101 II, 6,6 | This He fulfilled, not being guilty of a single sin, 102 II, 6,6 | the Holy Spirit... that being justified by His grace, 103 II, 6,6 | not by Him~that we were being oppressed; and next, on 104 II, 6,6 | even Issac, when he was~being offered by his father, but 105 II, 6,6 | He Himself hath suffered, being tempted, He is able to succor 106 II, 6,6 | the slaves of Christ, is being accomplished.~And the salvation 107 II, 6,7 | age, and is not subject to~being abrogated or changed.~The 108 II, 6,7 | Resurrection when~He was being judged by Pilate: “My Kingdom 109 II, 6,7 | Divinity and humanity, the same being perfect God and perfect 110 II, 6,8 | condition of rejection, being far away from~God, in darkness, 111 II, 6,8 | He~might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, 112 II, 6,8 | Apoc. 14:13, 7:16); c) being together with and consequently 113 II, 6,8 | together with and consequently being in the closest communion~ 114 II, 7,1 | Prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone;~in 115 II, 7,2 | Lord each day added those being saved to the Church.~From 116 II, 7,2 | whole Church of Christ.~Being “the body of Christ,” the 117 II, 7,3 | the Chief of Shepherds.~“Being examples to the flock,” 118 II, 7,4 | glory, O Christ our God, being nowhere separated from those 119 II, 7,4 | who believe in Christ, who being now on their earthly pilgrimage 120 II, 7,4 | Prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being~the chief cornerstone” ( 121 II, 7,4 | cornerstone” (Eph. 2:20). Being in heaven, they continue 122 II, 7,5 | all-embracingness, wholeness, fullness (being derived from cath ola, meaning “ 123 II, 7,5 | structure of the Church’s life, being~concerned that everything 124 II, 7,5 | with believers~on earth. Being the historical nucleus of 125 II, 7,5 | Prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone”~( 126 II, 7,6 | point~to those men whom, as being raised to the episcopacy 127 II, 7,6 | a ready mind; neither as being lords over God’s heritage, 128 II, 7,6 | over God’s heritage, but being~examples to the flock” ( 129 II, 8,1 | have been sent down and are being~sent down to the Church 130 II, 8,1 | life as an individual only “being saved” (1 Cor. 1:18), (The 131 II, 8,1 | present participle: “who are being saved.”)~and needs the support 132 II, 8,1 | that penetrates the inward being of man, leading to~his spiritual 133 II, 8,2 | Christ does, rejoicing and being glad~when He sees that in 134 II, 8,3 | state of soul of the person being baptized — it is indicated~ 135 II, 8,3 | but does not approve, as~being not canonical.~The immersion 136 II, 8,3 | particularity: that the one being baptized is asked to renounce 137 II, 8,4 | one of the means of their being united to the Church. The 138 II, 8,4 | the culminating act of being united to the Church, the 139 II, 8,5 | Body of Christ? For we, being many are one~bread, and 140 II, 8,5 | Body and Blood of~Christ.~Being united with Christ in the 141 II, 8,5 | also~with each other: “We, being many, are one body, for 142 II, 8,5 | this Mystery with all His being, that is, with His soul 143 II, 8,5 | the entire Christ in His being, that is,~in His soul and 144 II, 8,5 | Resurrection of the Saviour, Who “Being raised~from the dead, dieth 145 II, 8,5 | live by Me” (John 6:57).~Being received worthily, it serves 146 II, 8,6 | the Lord God is restored Being~relieved of the burden of 147 II, 8,6 | sinfulness in the sinner, this beingsatisfactory” for the aim 148 II, 8,8 | the organism of society,~being the nucleus and foundation 149 II, 8,8 | might fulfill its purpose of being a small~“church.”~There 150 II, 8,8 | the help of God on those being married, that~they might 151 II, 8,8 | of the crowns upon~those being married with the words: “ 152 II, 8,8 | in the prayers for those being married the second time, 153 II, 9,1 | with you” (2 Thes. 3:l). Being far away, the Apostle~is 154 II, 9,3 | 31) we know that~Abraham, being in heaven, could hear the 155 II, 9,3 | invocation of the saints, being fully~convinced that they 156 II, 9,5 | could there be brought~into being the idea of the fulness 157 II, 9,6 | certain dead man,~after being touched to the bones of 158 II, 9,7 | lived in the world without being defiled by the world. And~ 159 II, 9,7 | foolishness; but unto us which are being~saved, it is the power of 160 II, 0,2 | one is in special need of being defended by the heavenly 161 II, 0,2 | according to~their deeds. After being separated from the body, 162 Add, 0,3 | these beliefs are viewed as being “primitive,”~the result 163 Add, 0,3 | unnatural to the soul; by being passive and careless we 164 Add, 0,4 | Ought not this woman, being a daughter whom Satan hath 165 Add, 0,4 | may devour” (1 Peter 5:8). Being Christians, shall we call 166 Add, 0,4 | lose sight of the idea of being translated into a different 167 Add, 0,4 | subject so that the image,~being impressed in the memory, 168 Add, 0,4 | Macarius of Alexandria, being only the weakest means of 169 Add, 0,4 | whole body of the Church, being united and strengthened 170 Add, 0,7 | binding of the devil is his being prevented from the exercise 171 Add, 0,7 | before~the Flood perished by being drowned in water, but the 172 Add, 0,7 | gehenna the punishment of not being in that glory. And I~think 173 Add, 0,7 | torments of gehenna as over~being deprived of the good things 174 Add, 0,7 | away from the wicked~and being angry with sinners. To this 175 Add, 0,7 | their Father (Matt. 13:43), beingfellow~heirs” with Christ, 176 Add, 0,7 | heaven, so that with all our being we might glorify Thee, together 177 App, 1 | end of the Church's life, being guided by the Holy Spirit, 178 App, 1 | but a living spiritual~being which possesses all the 179 App, 1 | thought is more serious, being a kind of~resurrection of 180 App, 3 | great Royal and Feminine Being which, being neither God 181 App, 3 | and Feminine Being which, being neither God nor the~eternal 182 App, 3 | mediation of man, who as a being both divine and earthly 183 App, 4 | sense any personal spiritual being, distinct from God Himself, 184 App, 4 | expressive as to be near being made into hypostases or 185 App, 5,2 | feast and the Saint who was being so honored. But perceiving 186 App, 5,3 | the righteous one who is being glorified. In these cases 187 App, 5,5 | the Hermitage of Sarov, as being~in the choir of saints glorified


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