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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| the name applied to the New Testament Epistles (those 2 Intro, A,4| Testament and the books of the New Testament.~The Church recognizes 3 Intro, A,4| as equal to the saints of New Testament.), several of 4 Intro, A,4| canonical books of the Old~and New Testaments.) the three books 5 Intro, A,4| twenty-seven canonical books of the New Testament. (These books~ 6 Intro, A,4| the sacred books of the New Testament were written in 7 Intro, A,4| all~of the books of the New Testament without exception.~ 8 Intro, A,4| all of the books of the New Testament without the least~ 9 Intro, A,4| the canonical books of the New Testament. These are, as 10 Intro, A,4| enumerates the books of~the New Testament without the slightest 11 Intro, A,4| the complete canon of the New Testament books of Sacred 12 Intro, A,5| sacred books of the Old and New Testaments;~• in the works 13 Intro, C | theology itself — to reveal new Christian truths, or new~ 14 Intro, C | new Christian truths, or new~aspects of the dogmas handed 15 Intro, C | handed down to us, or a new understanding of them, is 16 I, 1,12 | Psalm 103:26). In the New Testament, on the other 17 I, 1,16 | did not form from this any new, mixed nature, but preserved~ 18 I, 1,18 | dignity.~The whole of the New Testament Sacred Scripture 19 I, 1,18 | expression is used freely in the New Testament by the Apostle 20 I, 2,1 | the world in time, in the~New Testament, by the sending 21 I, 2,3 | the Holy Trinity in the New Testament.~The Trinity of 22 I, 2,3 | God was revealed in the New Testament in the coming 23 I, 2,3 | constitutes the content of all the New Testament writings. Of course,~ 24 I, 2,3 | glory~to Thee.”~In the New Testament Scriptures there 25 I, 2,6 | Scripture not only of the New Testament, but of the Old 26 I, 2,7 | dogmatic side, by introducing a new dogma the Roman Church violated 27 II, 3,2 | 6; Modern Library ed., New York, 1950, p. 350).~“We 28 II, 3,4 | was fore-ordained to a new and higher form of life. 29 II, 3,4 | one, when there will be “new heavens and a new earth” ( 30 II, 3,4 | will be “new heavens and a new earth” (2 Peter 3:13),~and 31 II, 3,5 | House of God (ch. 10).~The New Testament Revelation contains 32 II, 3,6 | general sense constitutes a new creation of God, or whether 33 II, 3,6 | his ancestors but in the new territory of their resettlement ( 34 II, 3,6 | Paradise” (Luke 23:43).~In the New Testament, generally speaking, 35 II, 5,2 | angels is~contained in the New Testament Revelation. From 36 II, 5,3 | Fathers (St. Symeon the New Theologian, St. Maximus 37 II, 6,2 | of the character of the New Testament, and of other 38 II, 6,3 | Old Testament nor in the New was there~ever a custom 39 II, 6,4 | The first stage in these new teachings of~Nestorius was 40 II, 6,4 | begins with Himself the new mankind,~freed by Him from 41 II, 6,4 | that is: the First in the new human race; He is the “new 42 II, 6,4 | new human race; He is the “new Adam.” The Most~Holy Virgin 43 II, 6,5 | the Old Testament and the New Testament Scriptures, is 44 II, 6,6 | Sacred Scripture of~the New Testament in various words 45 II, 6,6 | The personal rebirth and new life in Christ.~The transition 46 II, 6,6 | Apostolic Scriptures likewise a “new birth, adoption,~sanctification. 47 II, 6,6 | God; by the Resurrection~new life has been brought into 48 II, 6,6 | In the Greek text of the New Testament Scriptures, this 49 II, 6,6 | is the High Priest of the New Testament. “Wherefore in 50 II, 6,6 | This is the meaning of the new song before the Lamb at 51 II, 6,6 | Behold, I make all things new” (Apoc. 21:5). And there 52 II, 6,6 | 5). And there will be a new heaven~and a new earth. 53 II, 6,6 | will be a new heaven~and a new earth. Amen.~A note on the 54 II, 6,6 | entirely foreign to the New Testament, as may be seen 55 II, 6,7 | this One is Priest of the New Testament~(Heb. 8:6).~B. 56 II, 6,7 | and granted to them the new, more~perfect law of faith 57 II, 6,7 | revelation to men of the new, more perfect understanding 58 II, 6,7 | the Kingdom of God and the New Testament Church; concerning 59 II, 6,7 | temporal prosperity, the New Testament law inspires one 60 II, 6,7 | With the coming~of the New Testament, it was only the 61 II, 6,8 | until the coming of the New Testament: “And there all, 62 II, 6,8 | Into this Kingdom in the New Testament there entered 63 II, 6,8 | fulness.~St. Symeon the New Theologian teaches the following: “ 64 II, 6,8 | salvation is the subject of a new section of Dogmatic~Theology . 65 II, 7,1 | the Hebrew~kahal).~In the New Testament, this name has 66 II, 7,1 | the Church is likened.~The New Testament Church is the 67 II, 7,1 | Testament Church is the new planting of God, the garden 68 II, 7,1 | introduced~into humanity new grace-giving powers, a new 69 II, 7,1 | new grace-giving powers, a new life which is capable of 70 II, 7,4 | Jesus, the Mediator of the new covenant” (Heb. 12:22-24). 71 II, 7,5 | insufficient to express a certain new concept which is present 72 II, 8,1 | Church in the Holy Spirit~The new life.~The Church is surrounded 73 II, 8,1 | however, it itself is a new~creation, and it creates 74 II, 8,1 | creation, and it creates a new life. And every member of 75 II, 8,1 | to create in~himself this new life. This new life should 76 II, 8,1 | himself this new life. This new life should be preceded 77 II, 8,1 | old leaven, so as to be a new dough (1 Cor. 5:7).~Therefore, 78 II, 8,1 | grace, the birth into a new life “by water and the Spirit,” 79 II, 8,1 | to how the growth in this new life subsequently occurs, 80 II, 8,1 | 4:26-28). Thus all this new life . if only it is received 81 II, 8,1 | concept of grace refers to the New Testament. Here in the~New 82 II, 8,1 | New Testament. Here in the~New Testament we distinguish 83 II, 8,1 | of Heaven.~In this second New Testament meaning of the 84 II, 8,1 | Sacred Scripture of the New Testament as a Divine power, 85 II, 8,1 | expressions of St. Symeon the New Theologian (10th c.):~“If 86 II, 8,1 | Homilies of~St. Symeon the New Theologian, Homily 4).~He 87 II, 8,2 | of this” (St. Symeon the New Theologian, Homily 4).~ 88 II, 8,3 | Saviour replied that the new birth would be accomplished 89 II, 8,3 | Scripture; Baptism is a “new birth,” and it is performed 90 II, 8,3 | old existence he had, a new existence and~life, and 91 II, 8,3 | defilements and communicate a new life. All sins are forgiven, 92 II, 8,3 | the way is opened for a new life; opened is the possibility 93 II, 8,4 | for them there had begun a~new grace-giving life.~In what 94 II, 8,5 | this is My~Blood of the New Testament, which is shed 95 II, 8,5 | supper saying This cup is the new testament in My~Blood, which 96 II, 8,5 | this it My Blood of the New Testament, which is shed 97 II, 8,7 | did not introduce anything new, but only expressed its~ 98 II, 8,7 | did not introduce anything new into the ancient Church~ 99 II, 9,1 | Sacred Scripture of the New Testament there goes the 100 II, 9,2 | prayers help the~seeds of new life which our departed 101 II, 9,4 | with the institution of the New Testament, which was sanctified 102 II, 9,4 | The Divine services of the New Testament consist not in 103 II, 9,5 | glorified as saints only in the New Testament.~If in the Sacred 104 II, 9,6 | considered unclean.~In the New Testament, after the Incarnation 105 II, 9,6 | Elisha.~Going over to the New Testament, we read in the 106 II, 0,2 | 32; Luke 20:38). In the New Testament Sacred Scripture 107 II, 0,2 | the life of St Basil the New (March 26), where the departed 108 Add, 0,4 | detail by Saint Basil the New in his dream, has become 109 Add, 0,4 | many such~pictures in the New Testament scriptures and 110 Add, 0,4 | when we must enter into a new life:~will it be light or 111 Add, 0,5 | Chapter 7 and 11),~and in the New Testament in the Apocalypse 112 Add, 0,7 | any doubt will rise~in a new form, but while receiving 113 Add, 0,7 | righteous, to establish a new kingdom on earth in which 114 Add, 0,7 | to His promise, look for new heavens and a new earth~ 115 Add, 0,7 | look for new heavens and a new earth~wherein dwelleth righteousness” ( 116 Add, 0,7 | transformation of the world into a new and better world,~there 117 Add, 0,7 | Apocalypse: “And I~saw a new heaven and a new earth, 118 Add, 0,7 | I~saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven 119 App | Appendices~New currents in Russian philosophico-theological 120 App, 1 | something already given, or as a new revelation?~In general, 121 App, 1 | Church, and~we do not expect, new dogmatic revelations.~Such 122 App, 1 | principle of the~creation of new dogmas which have not been 123 App, 1 | of the establishment of new~dogmatic definitions.In 124 App, 1 | Thus, a whole series of new concepts began to enter 125 App, 1 | completed? Are we not to expect new revelations? In what way 126 App, 1 | revelations? In what way can a new religious creativity be~ 127 App, 1 | expectation of the awakening of a “new religious consciousness” 128 App, 1 | theology should not fear new revelations, that dogmatics~ 129 App, 1 | outstanding~representatives of the new current were Priest Paul 130 App, 1 | and place the mind before new difficulties. The chief 131 App, 2 | Fathers, to raise it to a new degree of rational awareness” — 132 App, 2 | not abstract ideas, but a new life for the~Kingdom of 133 App, 2 | Trinity revealed in the New Testament, and Orthodox~ 134 App, 3 | Soloviev.~The impulse for the new currents of Russian philosophical 135 App, 3 | from the Founder of the New” (The Pillar and Foundation~ 136 App, 4 | translation) and of the New Testament~In the New Testament 137 App, 4 | the New Testament~In the New Testament Sacred Scripture 138 App, 4 | the prefiguration~of the New Testament economy of God 139 App, 4 | and in the creation of the New~Testament Church. This prefiguration 140 App, 4 | He made them all” — for a New Testament believer,~a Christian, 141 App, 4 | Love (see St.~Symeon the New Theologian, Homily 53); 142 App, 5,2 | is~pre-eminent) and the New Testament apostles; b) the 143 App, 5,2 | the Pious, St. Symeon the New Theologian's elder and guide, 144 App, 5,2 | Life of St. Symeon the New Theologian” in his Discourses, 145 App, 5,3 | General Service to Any New Martyr,” explaining the 146 App, 5,3 | Inasmuch as the majority of the new martyrs do not have a service 147 App, 5,3 | general service for any new martyr. May~he that so desires 148 App, 5,4 | Young Monks that Compose~New Canons and Lives of the 149 App, 5,4 | childish ones, do not compose new~canons and lives to be sung 150 App, 5,4 | the celebration of several new saints, and raised the rank 151 App, 5,4 | as one~hundred and fifty new glorifications took place


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