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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| which were entered at some time into the Hebrew canon, are~ 2 Intro, A,5| it is given at the~wrong time it produces disorder to 3 Intro, A,5| beware, lest during the time of your occupation with 4 Intro, A,5| leave the church at this time. (In some~churches they 5 I, 1,5 | fellow-~inquirers” of his time, St. Gregory of Nyssa, the 6 I, 1,5 | man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, 7 I, 1,7 | while the world exists in time); or 2) about the activities 8 I, 1,9 | materiality. At the same time the spirituality~of God 9 I, 1,10 | existence of God is outside time, for time is only a form 10 I, 1,10 | God is outside time, for time is only a form of limited 11 I, 1,13 | of punishing, at the same time himself grieving, simultaneously 12 I, 1,18 | which was popular at the~time.~I believe in one God. These 13 I, 2,1 | revealed to the world in time, in the~New Testament, by 14 I, 2,3 | condensed but at the same time precise form express the 15 I, 2,4 | the churches from the very time that the Gospel was announced 16 I, 2,4 | thanksgiving of lamp-lighting time, or the Vesper Hymn, calling 17 I, 2,4 | there is no distinction in time, nor are they torn away~ 18 I, 2,5 | indicate any relation to time at all. Both begetting and 19 I, 2,5 | all eternity,” “outside~of time.” Concerning the begetting 20 I, 2,5 | eternity,~and outside of time, from the manifestations 21 I, 2,5 | have~been accomplished in time. In historical time the 22 I, 2,5 | accomplished in time. In historical time the Son of God was born 23 I, 2,5 | Luke 1:35). In historical time, the Holy Spirit descended 24 I, 2,5 | descended upon Jesus at~the time of His baptism by John. 25 I, 2,5 | baptism by John. In historical time, the Holy Spirit was sent 26 I, 2,7 | the procession, outside of time~and from all eternity, of 27 I, 2,9 | type were numerous~and from time to time caused strong disturbances 28 I, 2,9 | numerous~and from time to time caused strong disturbances 29 I, 2,9 | beginning of His existence~in time, although before anything 30 I, 2,9 | who say that there was a time when the Son of God did 31 II, 3,1 | eternally, but has appeared in time.~(b) It did not form itself, 32 II, 3,1 | The world was created in time. There is a Higher, Eternal,~ 33 II, 3,2 | though they were” (Rom. 4:17).Time itself received its beginning 34 II, 3,2 | has the significance of “time.”~Concerning the days of 35 II, 3,2 | the world was created in time, God had the thought of 36 II, 3,4 | will be replaced at some time by a~better and more perfect 37 II, 3,4 | reigning in the absence of time, created the universe and 38 II, 3,5 | His second coming, at the time of~His Ascension into heaven. 39 II, 3,5 | and in~heaven at the same time. (The Holy Fathers teach 40 II, 3,5 | Cornelius was not at~the same time with Philip (Acts 10:3; 41 II, 3,5 | 1:1) did not at the same time occupy his own place in 42 II, 3,5 | though not necessarily of the time of the Apostles.~While given 43 II, 3,6 | were formed at the same~time, not one before and the 44 II, 3,6 | not cut off forever. The time will come when the bodies 45 II, 3,6 | from the body, at the same time also ascribe~a certain comparative 46 II, 3,6 | inbreathed by God, from~that time comes together into the 47 II, 4,1 | difficult,~He exhorts ahead of time to perform good deeds” (“ 48 II, 4,1 | as we see at the present time — the history~of the world 49 II, 4,2 | and sound. But at the same time it was a mind limited and~ 50 II, 4,2 | as was revealed at the time of the fall into sin. Man' 51 II, 5,1 | entered into our life at that time. Of this the first pages 52 II, 5,3 | ancestors lived for a long time in the~blessed life of Paradise. 53 II, 5,3 | consequence of sin; at the same time they are chastisements~from 54 II, 6,2 | When the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth 55 II, 6,2 | consists this “fullness of time” which was ordained for 56 II, 6,2 | the~Apostle speaks of the time before the coming of the 57 II, 6,2 | Testamentchildhood,” the time of upbringing,~the guidance 58 II, 6,2 | Deuteronomy testifies~of the time close to Moses; “And there 59 II, 6,2 | forerunner of the Lord, of the time, place, and~conditions of 60 II, 6,2 | 490 years) — the period of time from the decree for the 61 II, 6,2 | these prophecies that the time~of the promise was near, 62 II, 6,2 | these prophecies, as the time of the Saviour’s coming 63 II, 6,2 | people’s~attitude at the time of the Lord’s entrance into 64 II, 6,2 | when the fullness of the time was come” (Gal.4:4), or, 65 II, 6,3 | the Saviour is at the same time also perfect Man.~As Man, 66 II, 6,3 | dokeo, “to seem”).~At the time of the Ecumenical Councils 67 II, 6,3 | as the prophets of old time have spoken~concerning Him, 68 II, 6,3 | also inseparable at the time of the Saviour’s sufferings 69 II, 6,4 | perfect God.~At the same time the name of Theotokos is 70 II, 6,4 | When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth 71 II, 6,6 | without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. 72 II, 6,6 | remained so up to the present time. In Protestantism it evoked 73 II, 6,7 | world; He is at the same time also He Who offers, the 74 II, 6,7 | the God of~all things from time to time has given men a 75 II, 6,7 | all things from time to time has given men a more perfect 76 II, 6,8 | Divinity into hell, at~the same time that His body remained in 77 II, 7,2 | when the fulness of the time was come” (Gal. 4:4), and 78 II, 7,5 | sometimes be~violated for a long time by political conditions, 79 II, 7,5 | like weed seeds at sowing~time. The opinion that the Church 80 II, 7,5 | limited to any place, nor~time, nor people, but contains 81 II, 7,5 | Church is not limited by time: it is foreordained to bring 82 II, 7,5 | Church as it were ahead of time warned us~against thinking 83 II, 7,6 | the~Greek usage of that time. In our everyday terminology 84 II, 7,6 | successors, even to our time.” And, in fact, he enumerates~ 85 II, 7,6 | concerning the heretics of his time: “Let them show the beginnings 86 II, 7,6 | Father who was for a long time~with the Apostles. For the 87 II, 8,1 | and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16; see 88 II, 8,3 | Through Baptism at the same time one is joined to the Church.~ 89 II, 8,3 | have an infant? Do not give time for harm to increase. Let 90 II, 8,4 | on of hands, at the same time inseparably used also a~ 91 II, 8,4 | its place) was at thesame time a confirmation of the correctness 92 II, 8,4 | apart from this, at that time, as throughout~the course 93 II, 8,4 | Moreover, at the present time in the Roman church the 94 II, 8,5 | of the Eucharist, at the time when the priest, invoking 95 II, 8,5 | of the Lord, which at the time of His suffering on~the 96 II, 8,5 | Although at one and the same time there are many holy Liturgies 97 II, 8,5 | sacrifice; but at the same time they are to be distinguished~ 98 II, 8,5 | to be used, at the same time, for the love-feasts (agape) 99 II, 8,6 | this Mystery. The first time He said to the Apostle Peter,~ 100 II, 8,6 | Matt.16:19). The second time He testified to all the 101 II, 8,6 | lessen them, shorten the time of the interdiction, or 102 II, 8,8 | exalted, and at the same time difficult, aims which~are 103 II, 8,8 | being married the second time, forgiveness is asked for~ 104 II, 8,9 | many persons at the same time, on a special day assigned 105 II, 9,3 | Thes. 5:25).~At the same time, when the common voice of 106 II, 9,5 | incident with Uzzah at~the time of the transferral of the 107 II, 9,5 | special conditions of the time — for example, the necessity 108 II, 9,6 | holy Church at the same time honors the relics or bodies 109 II, 9,6 | have been renewed from the time when, through the coming~ 110 II, 9,6 | remains in succession at that time, and carried them on their 111 II, 9,7 | oneself. But at the same time the Saviour taught that~ 112 II, 9,7 | the~Church.~At the same time it is also the power of 113 II, 9,7 | silence, but at the same time it is said loud, because 114 II, 0,1 | the events of the~end of time: the Second Coming of the 115 II, 0,2 | 2-3); a departure (“the time of my departure is at hand,” 116 Add, 0,3 | rejoices, but at the same time it sympathizes with its 117 Add, 0,3 | the earthly Church of his time the name of “suffering Orthodoxy”; 118 Add, 0,4 | find watching.” At the same time, in these pictures the sinfulness 119 Add, 0,4 | Christ our God.~At the same time, with all this cloud of 120 Add, 0,4 | stern warnings, at the same time instilling in us a spirit 121 Add, 0,5 | benefit . to reveal to us the time of the~“last day” of the 122 Add, 0,5 | 1:7). The fact that the time is unknown should arouse 123 Add, 0,5 | for ye know not when the time is...~And what I say unto 124 Add, 0,5 | the unknowability of the time of the Lord should not prevent 125 Add, 0,5 | signs of the approach~of the time of the “last day.” The Lord 126 Add, 0,6 | Christ, beginning with the time of the Ascension~from earth 127 Add, 0,7 | 15:5 3). But at the same time, they~will be transfigured, 128 Add, 0,7 | spiritual nature, at the same time they will~express in themselves 129 Add, 0,7 | widespread at the present time is the teaching about a 130 Add, 0,7 | understand~the period of time from the very beginning 131 Add, 0,7 | Christ.~If it was at one time possible to express chiliastic 132 Add, 0,7 | with us” (Rom. 8:22). The~time will come when the whole 133 Add, 0,7 | Jerusalem, where at one time executions were performed,~ 134 Add, 0,7 | only for a certain~definite time, and then would be restored 135 Add, 0,7 | 26, 54). “There shall be time no longer” (Apoc. 10:6).~ 136 App, 1 | exalted and~at the same time clear and simple world-view. 137 App, 1 | possibilities,~and at the same time of his sad moral level at 138 App, 1 | moral level at the present time, of his fall; it presents 139 App, 2 | philosophical ideas of their time, and they themselves used 140 App, 2 | which had existed up to that time. This is the reason why, 141 App, 4 | He established me before time was in the beginning, before~ 142 App, 5,1 | and indeed, in his own time Prof. Golubinsky was reproached~ 143 App, 5,2 | carried out at~some other time.~The names of all departed 144 App, 5,2 | to the fact that, at~that time (the 11th century), the 145 App, 5,3 | Nectarius indicates that at that time, when abuses in reporting 146 App, 5,3 | much that long before our time, in the divinely built~city 147 App, 5,4 | happened to be with him at the time. Arriving at the monastery 148 App, 5,5 | permitted what until that time had been an act of personal 149 App, 5,6 | essential that a fixed period of time pass~between the repose


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