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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,2| called,~since the days of the Apostles, dogmas. In the Acts of 2 Intro, A,2| dogmas. In the Acts of the Apostles we read of the Apostles 3 Intro, A,2| Apostles we read of the Apostles Paul~and Timothy that “as 4 Intro, A,2| that were ordained of the apostles and elders which were at 5 Intro, A,4| by the holy Prophets and~Apostles under the action of the 6 Intro, A,4| the “Canons of the Holy Apostles” are a collection of 85 7 Intro, A,4| laws handed down from the~Apostles and their successors and 8 Intro, A,4| of them were made by the Apostles themselves, but only that 9 Intro, A,4| tradition handed down from the~Apostles (just as not all the “Psalms 10 Intro, A,4| and John; the Acts of the Apostles; the Seven Catholic Epistles ( 11 Intro, A,4| era~and were sent by the Apostles to various points of Europe 12 Intro, A,4| they might bear the name of Apostles. The Fathers of the Church 13 Intro, A,4| transmitted by~the very Apostles of Christ the Savior, who 14 Intro, A,5| the Canons of the Holy Apostles; (See above~note on the 15 Intro, A,5| on the Canons of the Holy Apostles)~• in the Symbols of Faith 16 Intro, A,5| which come from the Holy Apostles.~The Apostolic Tradition 17 Intro, A,6| the 37th Canon of the Holy Apostles. Likewise,~often in the 18 Intro, A,9| the teaching of~the holy Apostles and Fathers of the Church, 19 Intro, A,9| Councils: “The preaching of the Apostles and the~dogmas of the Fathers 20 Intro, B,1| Book of Canons of the Holy Apostles, the Holy Local and Ecumenical 21 Intro, C | the thinking of the~holy Apostles that was and remains the 22 Intro, C | truths of the Faith than the Apostles. Therefore, any attempt 23 Intro, C,1| the writings of the holy Apostles: I believe. All Christian 24 I, 1,3 | and the preaching of the Apostles, a preaching in the~power 25 I, 2,7 | the third hour upon Thine apostles, Him take not away from 26 II, 3,5 | about His Resurrection. The Apostles were told by them of His 27 II, 3,5 | bonds of Peter and other Apostles (Acts 5:19), and~those of 28 II, 3,5 | necessarily of the time of the Apostles.~While given respect as 29 II, 6,2 | 22). The writings of the Apostles~testify abundantly to the 30 II, 6,2 | by the preaching of the Apostles~the Church of Christ was 31 II, 6,3 | tidings announced~by the Apostles, the essence of the four 32 II, 6,4 | well-known account of how the Apostles~had been assembled in miraculous 33 II, 6,4 | had been revealed to the Apostles that her body had ascended 34 II, 6,5 | from the writings of the Apostles, the very truth of salvation, 35 II, 6,5 | this mystery, was for the Apostles themselves entirely clear 36 II, 6,5 | chosen here at random, the Apostles have contained a truth which 37 II, 6,5 | examine the teaching of the Apostles.~In the preaching of the 38 II, 6,5 | In the preaching of the Apostles, especially worthy of attention 39 II, 6,6 | narrower significance. Here the Apostles already have in mind men~ 40 II, 6,6 | redemption” in the usage of the Apostles.~The totality of the consequences 41 II, 6,6 | usually expressed by the~Apostles, and therefore in theological 42 II, 6,6 | the Christian meaning, the Apostles use this term to express~ 43 II, 6,6 | times in the writings of~the Apostles, namely:~“What! Know ye 44 II, 6,6 | placed in the word by the Apostles themselves.~On the one hand, 45 II, 6,6 | Such precisely did the Apostles~feel themselves to be. It 46 II, 6,6 | number of the Epistles of the~Apostles. In the first words they 47 II, 6,6 | according to the teaching of the Apostles, in all believers. The Holy 48 II, 6,6 | you” (John 15:9). And the Apostles teach: “Ye have received 49 II, 6,6 | Holy Theotokos, with~the Apostles, the Prophets, the Martyrs, 50 II, 6,6 | figurative expressions~of the Apostles were accepted in medieval 51 II, 6,8 | proclamation of~which the Apostles began their preaching of 52 II, 6,8 | Jesus Christ said to the Apostles: “In My Father’s~house are 53 II, 6,8 | Me” (John 17:24). And the Apostles express the desire to depart~ 54 II, 6,8 | believed in~Christ, the Apostles, first martyrs, confessors; 55 II, 6,8 | extraordinary~gifts of the Apostles in the form of signs, healings 56 II, 7,1 | upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ 57 II, 7,2 | the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles, in Jerusalem there were 58 II, 7,3 | giving authority to the Apostles before His Ascension, told 59 II, 7,3 | the chief and first of the Apostles Peter said, 'Thou~art the 60 II, 7,3 | given to us by the holy Apostles, the Church has kept and 61 II, 7,4 | Church on earth.~The holy Apostles, departing from this world, 62 II, 7,4 | upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ 63 II, 7,4 | Church in its prayers to the apostles and hierarchs calls them 64 II, 7,5 | comes in succession from the Apostles, in the oneness~of canonical 65 II, 7,5 | teaching of Christ and His Apostles. The Saviour compares His 66 II, 7,5 | Christ Himself, from the Apostles, and from the Holy Ecumenical~ 67 II, 7,5 | Apostolic” because the Apostles placed the historical beginning 68 II, 7,5 | their personal faith.~The Apostles preserved and transmitted 69 II, 7,5 | confessed, and lived.The Apostles established, according to 70 II, 7,5 | and of ordination.~The Apostles established in the Church 71 II, 7,5 | accordance with (1 Cor. 4:1).~The Apostles established the beginning 72 II, 7,5 | an Apostolic quality. The Apostles were not only~historically 73 II, 7,5 | communion with the ranks of Apostles, for the nearness of~the 74 II, 7,5 | for the nearness of~the Apostles to the Holy Trinity is greater 75 II, 7,5 | an inward character, the~Apostles are the foundations of the 76 II, 7,5 | upon~the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ 77 II, 7,5 | the names of the twelve Apostles of the~Lamb” (Apoc. 21:14).~ 78 II, 7,5 | its unbroken tie with the Apostles and all the saints.~The 79 II, 7,6 | Jesus Christ. He “gave some, apostles; and some,~prophets; and 80 II, 7,6 | is not always attainable.~Apostles.~The Lord Jesus Christ during 81 II, 7,6 | followers twelve~disciples — the Apostles (those “sent forth”) — giving 82 II, 7,6 | the triple ministry~of the Apostles in their mission: 1) to 83 II, 7,6 | John 21:15, 17), and of the Apostles: “Feed the flock of God” ( 84 II, 7,6 | God” (1 Peter 5:2).~The Apostles were always citing the idea 85 II, 7,6 | the drawing of lots. The Apostles themselves chose successors 86 II, 7,6 | 1 Tim. 5:19).~Thus the Apostles . those precisely among 87 II, 7,6 | degree of the hierarchy. The Apostles Paul and Barnabas, as the~ 88 II, 7,6 | sent~to Jerusalem, to the Apostles and the presbyters at Jerusalem. ( 89 II, 7,6 | At the Council of the~Apostles, the presbyters occupy a 90 II, 7,6 | place together with the Apostles (Acts 15:6).~Further, the 91 II, 7,6 | conclude that in the age of the~Apostles the two ranks . bishop and 92 II, 7,6 | Jerusalem and ordained by the Apostles, as we read in the sixth~ 93 II, 7,6 | assignment was to help the Apostles in a practical, secondary~ 94 II, 7,6 | Likewise obey the presbytery~as apostles of Jesus Christ — our hope, 95 II, 7,6 | God, as the choir of the~Apostles. Without them there is no 96 II, 7,6 | Thus it was also among the Apostles themselves. Although among~ 97 II, 7,6 | themselves. Although among~the Apostles there were those who were 98 II, 7,6 | behind the very chiefest Apostles” (2 Cor. 11:5, 12:11), the 99 II, 7,6 | mutual relations of the Apostles were built upon the foundation 100 II, 7,6 | to meet the most renowned Apostles,~James, Peter and John, 101 II, 7,6 | catholic consciousness of the Apostles, but not by the personal 102 II, 7,6 | the Church.~When among the Apostles there appeared a need to 103 II, 7,6 | ritual law of Moses . the Apostles gathered in a Council at~ 104 II, 7,6 | Acts 16:4). By this the Apostles gave an example of the conciliar 105 II, 7,6 | The succession from the Apostles and the uninterrupted ness 106 II, 7,6 | bishops in~the Churches by the Apostles, and their successors, even 107 II, 7,6 | or predecessor one of the Apostles or an Apostolic Father who 108 II, 7,6 | for a long time~with the Apostles. For the Apostolic Churches 109 II, 7,6 | to the episcopacy by the Apostles themselves, they had as~ 110 II, 8,1 | the Lord Jesus Christ.~The Apostles, therefore, in their writings 111 II, 8,1 | among the saved However, the Apostles teach us~that a Christian, 112 II, 8,1 | God which is with me.”~The Apostles and prophets, martyrs and 113 II, 8,2 | 32).~Therefore when the Apostles called themselves “stewards 114 II, 8,2 | Thus the activity of the Apostles was full of mystical elements ( 115 II, 8,2 | immediate disciple of the Apostles, writes concerning deacons 116 II, 8,3 | the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles, when after the speech of 117 II, 8,3 | Baptism performed by the Apostles. Thus, the Apostle Peter 118 II, 8,3 | significance of Baptism, the Apostles in their~Epistles indicate 119 II, 8,3 | above-cited statements of the holy Apostles, and likewise from the~whole 120 II, 8,4 | who were received by the Apostles Peter and John through~laying 121 II, 8,4 | where it is related that the Apostles~who were in Jerusalem, having 122 II, 8,4 | supposition: Either the Apostles, in giving the~Holy Spirit 123 II, 8,4 | received from~the hands of the Apostles). But however it may have 124 II, 8,4 | undoubtedly comes from~the Apostles, and for them it had its 125 II, 8,4 | the words quoted from the Apostles Paul and John the term “ 126 II, 8,4 | chapter of the Acts of the Apostles we learn: a) that after 127 II, 8,4 | baptized; and b) that then the Apostles who were in Jerusalem, having 128 II, 8,4 | Mystery was performed~by the Apostles themselves and their successors 129 II, 8,4 | countries of the world, the Apostles and their immediate successors, 130 II, 8,4 | Spirit” Who dwelt in the Apostles to replace the laying on 131 II, 8,4 | should be performed by the Apostles and~bishops themselves, 132 II, 8,4 | sanctification.~Just as it was the Apostles who were sent to the baptized 133 II, 8,4 | highest successor of~the Apostles. The sanctification of myrrh 134 II, 8,5 | read in the Acts of the Apostles (2:42, 46; 20:6, 7), and 135 II, 8,5 | and in the writings of the Apostles, and from the practice~of 136 II, 8,5 | In the Eucharist, as the Apostles were given at the Mystical 137 II, 8,5 | Paul and the Acts of the Apostles). Artos usually signifies 138 II, 8,6 | Peter, on behalf of all the Apostles, had confessed Him to be 139 II, 8,6 | He testified to all the Apostles: “If he neglect to hear 140 II, 8,7 | expression of the Acts of the Apostles, when the Apostles, who 141 II, 8,7 | of the Apostles, when the Apostles, who acted in~everything 142 II, 8,7 | lighten the services of the Apostles themselves, they first of~ 143 II, 8,7 | book of the Acts of the Apostles we find an indication of 144 II, 8,7 | Church. Speaking of~how the apostles Paul and Barnabas went preaching 145 II, 8,7 | it was~performed by the Apostles Paul and Barnabas themselves. 146 II, 8,7 | undoubted conclusion that the Apostles, by the authority~of Christ, 147 II, 8,7 | that the successors of the~Apostles, the bishops, had to fulfill 148 II, 8,7 | had been decreed by the Apostles: that is, ordination~through 149 II, 8,7 | significance~that were given by the Apostles.~And so it has been in actual 150 II, 8,7 | in their authority to the Apostles, and who were their successors: 151 II, 8,7 | the succession from the Apostles, and who, together with 152 II, 8,7 | election by Christ of the Apostles, among whose number was 153 II, 8,7 | election by Christ of the Apostles, among whose number was 154 II, 8,7 | the “ordination” which the Apostles subsequently received through 155 II, 8,7 | teaching and~practice of the Apostles, and from the constant belief 156 II, 8,8 | called in the writings of the~Apostles a “church:” “Greet Priscilla 157 II, 8,9 | with oil was done by the Apostles, as we read in the Evangelist 158 II, 8,9 | against every disease. The Apostles did not introduce anything 159 II, 9,3 | this fellowship with the~Apostles is not interrupted; it goes 160 II, 9,3 | all, patriarchs, prophets, apostles,~martyrs, so that by their 161 II, 9,6 | book of the Acts of the Apostles that~handkerchiefs and belts (“ 162 II, 9,7 | the path of Christ, the Apostles finished the struggle of 163 Add, 0,4 | day?” (Luke 13:16).~The Apostles in their instructions do 164 Add, 0,4 | death.~In the times of the Apostles and the first Christians, 165 Add, 0,4 | were meant not only for the Apostles! And therefore,~in the writings 166 Add, 0,4 | in the writings of the Apostles we already read not simple 167 Add, 0,4 | ranks of its builders: the Apostles, the great hierarchs, the 168 Add, 0,6 | Ascension (Acts 1:11). The Apostles often mention it: the Apostle 169 Add, 0,7 | we read many times in the Apostles~(Col. 3:1 and 2:12; Eph. 170 App, 1 | s consciousness from the~Apostles down to the end of the Church' 171 App, 1 | broader than it was among the Apostles.~There is nothing to add 172 App, 1 | faith handed down by the Apostles. Although the~Church is 173 App, 2 | God; the preaching of the Apostles was the preaching of salvation 174 App, 3 | which it is given by the Apostles,~is put aside. According 175 App, 5,2 | pre-eminent) and the New Testament apostles; b) the martyrs, who gained 176 App, 5,2 | the~patriarchs, prophets, apostles, and martyrs, membership 177 App, 5,2 | largest church, that of the Apostles,~like the relics of the 178 App, 5,2 | following the precepts of the apostles and the holy fathers, he 179 App, 5,4 | enshrined the relics of the Apostles Andrew, Luke and Timothy 180 App, 5,4 | in the Church of the Holy Apostles,~in the years 356 and 357.~


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