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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,4| exception.~St. Athanasius the Great names all of the books of 2 Intro, A,5| and editions. However, the great reverence which the ancient 3 Intro, A,5| following words St. Basil the Great gives us a clear understanding 4 Intro, A,5| as if they did not have great importance, we shall thereby 5 Intro, A,5| pronounce others also as having great~authority for the Mystery, 6 Intro, A,5| these words of St. Basil the Great we may conclude: first, 7 Intro, A,5| during the epoch of the great Fathers and the beginning 8 Intro, A,6| canons of St. Basil the Great (The text of St. Basil's 9 Intro, A,8| Fathers as St. Photius the Great~and St. Mark of Ephesus, 10 Intro, A,9| Divine services were often great theologians in their own 11 Intro, A,9| Orthodox theology of the great patristic age.)~The content 12 Intro, A,9| dispenseth and glorifieth the great mystery of~piety.”~ 13 Intro, C,2| the merit of St. Basil the Great that he mastered dialectic 14 I, 1,5 | brother of St Basil the Great, writes: “Men,~having left 15 I, 1,5 | greater” is unthinkable.' “Great is our Lord, and great is 16 I, 1,5 | Great is our Lord, and great is His strength, and of 17 I, 1,5 | If, when going into~some great garden, I cannot eat all 18 I, 1,6 | about God,” St. Basil the Great theologizes, “renounce your~ 19 I, 1,6 | infinite form” (St. Basil the~Great); “God is simple and incomplex; 20 I, 1,12 | manifested in the wisdom of God. “Great is~our Lord and great is 21 I, 1,12 | Great is~our Lord and great is His strength, and there 22 I, 1,12 | have always~indicated with great reverence the greatness 23 I, 1,12 | Fathers as Sts. Basil the~Great, John Chrysostom, and Gregory 24 I, 1,12 | has been made” (Basil the~Great). Even more have the Fathers 25 I, 1,17 | servants” (Prayer of the Great Blessing of Water,~Menaion, 26 I, 2,1 | Christianity. A whole series of the great dogmas of the Church are~ 27 I, 2,1 | Church of Christ sees in it a great~revelation that exalts the 28 I, 2,3 | addition, St. Athanasius the Great interprets as a reference 29 I, 2,4 | services. Thus, St. Basil the Great quotes the Small Doxology: “ 30 I, 2,4 | Athanasius, Hilary, Basil the Great, and others).~The Church, 31 I, 2,4 | however, has experienced great disturbances and undergone 32 I, 2,4 | disturbances and undergone a great battle in~the defense of 33 I, 2,7 | third Hour on weekdays of Great Lent; also said~silently 34 I, 2,9 | example of St.~Basil the Great, it became accepted to understand 35 I, 2,9 | and~in the works of the great Fathers of the Church of 36 I, 2,9 | century (Sts.~Athanasius the Great, Basil the Great, Gregory 37 I, 2,9 | Athanasius the Great, Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, 38 I, 2,9 | Canon for the Matins of Great Saturday). Even when the 39 I, 2,9 | found in St. Athanasius the Great (in his sermons~against 40 I, 2,9 | Arians), in St. Basil the Great (in his fourth book against 41 I, 2,9 | was made” (John 1:1-3).~“Great is the mystery of godliness: 42 I, 2,9 | glorious appearing of the great God and our Savior Jesus 43 I, 2,9 | 13). That the title of “great Godbelongs here to Jesus 44 I, 2,10 | Church like~Sts. Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, 45 I, 2,10 | Theologian, Athanasius the Great, Gregory of Nyssa, Ambrose,~ 46 I, 2,11 | and God — a~difference so great that it is impossible to 47 II, 3,4 | likewise beheld, in His great conceptions, the world's 48 II, 3,5 | Ambrose, Jerome, Gregory~the Great, Anastasius of Sinai), and 49 II, 3,5 | explicitly. Thus, St. Basil the Great writes: “We~believe that 50 II, 3,5 | all from Adam to this~day. Great indeed is the multitude, 51 II, 3,5 | heaven, and yet contains so great a multitude; what a multitude 52 II, 3,5 | the multitude is only so great, but because the~Prophet 53 II, 3,5 | of them stand before the great God; others, by their cooperation, 54 II, 3,6 | the human race. For the great prophet~notes, in his description 55 II, 3,6 | unity (Sts. Athanasius the Great, Basil the Great).f. that 56 II, 3,6 | Athanasius the Great, Basil the Great).f. that the soul possesses 57 II, 3,6 | things (St. Athanasius the Great).~h. that speaking of the 58 II, 3,6 | Ambrose, Pope Gregory the Great, John Damascene), while~ 59 II, 3,6 | Gregory of Nyssa, Macarius the Great, Anastasius the Presbyter), 60 II, 3,6 | of Jerusalem, Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, 61 II, 3,6 | the Creator. St. Basil the Great, in his homilies~on the 62 II, 4,1 | provides not only for the~great and the immense, but also 63 II, 4,1 | preserves” (St. Athanasius the Great, “Against the Pagans, ” 64 II, 4,2 | Greeks, and others). The great minds of pagan antiquity 65 II, 5,1 | According to~St. Basil the Great, sufferings and death itself “ 66 II, 5,2 | Apocalypse he is~called the “great dragon, that old serpent” ( 67 II, 5,3 | Creator imparted to man three great gifts at his creation: freedom, 68 II, 5,3 | Theologian, he is~called “the great dragon, that old serpent” ( 69 II, 5,3 | doctrine of original sin has great significance in the Christian~ 70 II, 5,3 | out against Pelagius with great power and proof. He cited ( 71 II, 5,3 | of Adam as an infinitely great offense against God; (b) 72 II, 5,3 | people there came forth great righteous men such as Moses, 73 II, 5,3 | men” (St. Athanasius the Great, Four Discourses Against 74 II, 6,1 | is rich in mercy, for His great love wherewith He loved 75 II, 6,2 | strike him down:~“And the great dragon was cast out, that 76 II, 6,2 | After Moses there were many great prophets among the Hebrews,~ 77 II, 6,2 | triumph of the Church: “In~the great church will I confess Thee... 78 II, 6,2 | humanity had an especially great thirst, longing,~and desire 79 II, 6,3 | the Gospel with this one.~“Great is the mystery of godliness: 80 II, 6,4 | as mighty hath done to me great things; and holy is His 81 II, 6,4 | shall be called Messenger~of great counsel, Wonderful Counselor, 82 II, 6,5 | The culmination of the great work of salvation is bound 83 II, 6,6 | correspond to this concept has great importance.~In the Greek 84 II, 6,6 | been bought by Christ.~So great are the consequences of 85 II, 6,6 | of God, when, after the great and righteous General~Judgment, 86 II, 6,7 | shall be called: Angel of Great Counsel, Wonderful, Counselor, 87 II, 6,8 | the first, most important, great truth, with the proclamation 88 II, 6,8 | and yet again he saw “a great multitude... of all nations,~ 89 II, 6,8 | in~heaven.”~And thus the great Kingdom of Christ has been 90 II, 7,1 | life which is capable of great fruitfulness.~These powers 91 II, 7,1 | these words: “This is a great~mystery: but I speak concerning 92 II, 7,3 | the Church. We have the “great Shepherd of the~sheep,” 93 II, 7,3 | and was changed into a great mountain and covered~the 94 II, 7,4 | rejoices and receives him with great glory. If at the Olympic 95 II, 7,5 | harvest! Although it is great, fat, and abundant before~ 96 II, 7,5 | their wealth? They consider great numbers of people to be 97 II, 7,5 | Liturgy of St. Basil the~Great). “We glorify Thee . . . 98 II, 7,5 | schismatics). St Basil the Great explains: “The ancients~ 99 II, 8,1 | general significance of the great work of our Redemption from 100 II, 8,2 | strengthening ties: “This it a great mystery: but I speak~concerning 101 II, 8,2 | no means decreased. The great attainments~of sanctity, 102 II, 8,4 | of eternal life” (Leo the Great),~“the confirmation” (The 103 II, 8,4 | are sealed.” St.~Basil the Great asks: “How will your angel 104 II, 8,5 | Liturgy of St. Basil the Great and St. John Chrysostom, 105 II, 8,5 | in his secret prayer the great works of God; he glorifies 106 II, 8,5 | of non-existence, for His great and~varied care for him 107 II, 8,6 | said the~Saviour, and as great as was the sin of the Apostle 108 II, 8,6 | Cor. 10:8). This lays a great responsibility upon the 109 II, 8,8 | it is understandable what great attention should be given 110 II, 8,8 | be one flesh. This is a great mystery; but I speak concerning 111 II, 8,8 | immoral life (as St. Basil the Great explains).~ 112 II, 8,9 | of it in Sts. Basil the Great~and John Chrysostom, who 113 II, 9,2 | the Lord, St. Basil the Great, St. John Chrysostorn, and 114 II, 9,3 | suffering in hell, despite~the “great gulf” that separates them. 115 II, 9,6 | counterfeit);~and of some great Orthodox saints (for example, 116 II, 0,1 | about the culmination of the great process whose beginning 117 II, 0,2 | the Syrian, Athanasius the Great, Macarius the Great,~Basil 118 II, 0,2 | the Great, Macarius the Great,~Basil the Great, John Chrysostom, 119 II, 0,2 | Macarius the Great,~Basil the Great, John Chrysostom, and others.~ 120 II, 0,2 | until the judgment of the great day” (2~Peter 2:4; Jude 121 Add, 0,4 | Christian repentance before Great Lent. In them was the truth 122 Add, 0,4 | distant place” (St. Basil the Great, quoted in “Essay in an 123 Add, 0,4 | builders: the Apostles, the great hierarchs, the holy ascetics,~ 124 Add, 0,6 | of heaven with power and great glory” (Matt.~24:30), “with 125 Add, 0,7 | resurrection of the dead~In the great day of the Coming of the 126 Add, 0,7 | has it that during the “great tribulationnear the end 127 Add, 0,7 | heavens shall pass away with a great noise and the elements~shall 128 Add, 0,7 | teaching of St. Anthony the Great, who says: “God is good, 129 App, 1 | realization and incarnation in a great multiplicity of forms and 130 App, 2 | deductions. St. Basil the Great, in his treatise, “What~ 131 App, 3 | Sophia thus: “This is a great Royal and Feminine Being 132 App, 5,1 | on earth.~Persons who are great in their Christian spirit, 133 App, 5,1 | heavenly Church of all times is great and beyond enumeration.~ 134 App, 5,1 | Church's glorification of her great and glorious hierarchs, 135 App, 5,2 | the commemoration~of the great Christian desert dwellers 136 App, 5,2 | result of which there are a great number~of names. This was 137 App, 5,2 | celebrated~his memory yearly with great solemnity, having painted 138 App, 5,3 | a place in many cases. A great many Greek martyrs were 139 App, 5,3 | proclamation on the part of the Great Church of Constantinople, 140 App, 5,3 | true favorites, and that great miracles are worked by him 141 App, 5,3 | waiting~for the assemblies of great men or any general councils 142 App, 5,4 | solemnity. St. Basil the Great and St. Gregory~the Theologian 143 App, 5,4 | son of St. Constantine the Great,~enshrined the relics of 144 App, 5,4 | reigned 1543-64). “The great beacon and teacherof the 145 App, 5,4 | of Byelozersk,~the Holy Great Prince Vladimir, and the 146 App, 5,4 | of Novgorod, and the~holy Great Princess Olga. In all, until 147 App, 5,4 | with~fitting honor to the great Church of the Life-creating 148 App, 5,5 | Sovereign Autocrat, Tsar, and Great Prince Feodor~Ivanovich 149 App, 5,5 | Sovereign Autocrat, Tsar, and Great Prince Feodor~Ivanovich 150 App, 5,5 | The Sovereign, Tsar and Great Prince Feodor Ivanovich 151 App, 5,5 | episcopal sees throughout all of Great Russia, as is~done for the 152 App, 5,5 | saints was~treated with great attention and zeal. More 153 App, 5,5 | far-distant places in a great multitude, praying for the 154 App, 5,5 | innumerable pilgrims “that this great beacon of faith and good 155 App, 5,5 | Sarov and later cases, were great national religious festivities,


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