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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| we are giving to you the mystery and hope of~the future age. 2 Intro, A,5| the future age. Keep the Mystery of Him Who is the Giver 3 Intro, A,5| great~authority for the Mystery, having received them from 4 Intro, A,9| and glorifieth the great mystery of~piety.”~ 5 I, 1,3 | of the Lord. Such is the mystery of living Christian faith.~ 6 I, 1,5 | you will understand the mystery.”~The same hierarch further 7 I, 1,9 | this was done remains a mystery to us (Homilies on Genesis, 8 I, 1,16 | Thewords, filled with mystery, “the begetting of the Son” 9 I, 2,2 | Three, he understood the mystery~of the Trinity, and having 10 I, 2,4 | heretics.~Desiring to bring the mystery of the All-Holy Trinity 11 I, 2,4 | find some likeness of this mystery,~but I have been unable 12 I, 2,5 | capable of revealing~the inner mystery of the Divine life. Arbitrary 13 I, 2,6 | to explain somewhat the~mystery of the relationship of the 14 I, 2,9 | John 1:1-3).~“Great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest 15 II, 3,5 | understand completely the mystery~of the Redemption, although 16 II, 3,6 | the word of God; it is~“a mystery known to God alone” (St. 17 II, 6,1 | having made known unto us the mystery of His will, according to 18 II, 6,3 | this one.~“Great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest 19 II, 6,5 | touch upon an ineffable mystery, the~Crucifixion, that mind 20 II, 6,5 | salvation, the truth~of this mystery, was for the Apostles themselves 21 II, 6,5 | what is “the economy of the mystery, which~from the beginning 22 II, 6,6 | into the meaning of the mystery~of the Cross . . . The world, 23 II, 6,6 | Exaltation: “The Meaning of the Mystery of~the Cross”).~B. The salvation 24 II, 6,6 | resurrection in Christ.” The mystery of baptism is a personal 25 II, 6,6 | it is clear that in the mystery of redemption the Cross 26 II, 7,1 | words: “This is a great~mystery: but I speak concerning 27 II, 7,5 | forever” (John 14:16). The Mystery of the Eucharist will be 28 II, 7,6 | lawfully placed through the Mystery of Ordination. “No man taketh 29 II, 8,2 | strengthening ties: “This it a great mystery: but I speak~concerning 30 II, 8,2 | with Christ through the Mystery of the Eucharist, and e) 31 II, 8,2 | the wisdom of God an a mystery, even the hidden wisdom” ( 32 II, 8,2 | sincere believers.~Thus, “a mystery (sacrament) is a sacred 33 II, 8,2 | grace of God.”~The name of “mystery” has become established 34 II, 8,2 | defines the essence of each Mystery:~“In Baptism man is mystically 35 II, 8,2 | the chief place: a) the~Mystery of the Body and Blood of 36 II, 8,2 | or the Eucharist; b) the Mystery of the sanctification of~ 37 II, 8,2 | together with these, c) the Mystery of Baptism,~which sees to 38 II, 8,2 | distinguish the “efficacy” of the Mystery (that is, that in itself 39 II, 8,2 | the “effectiveness” of the Mystery (that is, the extent to 40 II, 8,2 | which one who~receives the Mystery is vouchsafed its grace-giving 41 II, 8,2 | whether a man approaches the Mystery worthily. An unworthy reception~ 42 II, 8,3 | The establishment of the Mystery of Baptism.~In the first 43 II, 8,3 | the Holy Church stands the Mystery of Baptism.~It serves as 44 II, 8,3 | the establishment of the Mystery of Baptism,~the Lord Jesus 45 II, 8,3 | establishment of this grace-giving Mystery occurred after the Resurrection 46 II, 8,3 | household.The meaning of the Mystery.~The mystical grace-given 47 II, 8,3 | of the performance of the mystery.~The comparison of Baptism 48 II, 8,3 | things~indicates that this Mystery is to be performed through 49 II, 8,3 | the newly baptized in the Mystery of Chrismation.~ 50 II, 8,4 | Chrismation~The Mystery of Chrismation is performed 51 II, 8,4 | usually immediately after the Mystery of Baptism,~comprising together 52 II, 8,4 | rite. The performer of the Mystery, the bishop or~priest, “ 53 II, 8,4 | of the Holy Spirit.” This Mystery is also performed on those 54 II, 8,4 | The words~by which the Mystery is performed, “the seal 55 II, 8,4 | safely be taken~away.”~This Mystery is likewise called the “ 56 II, 8,4 | Isidore of Pelusium), “the mystery~of the Spirit” (Tertullian 57 II, 8,4 | the performance of this mystery.~These gifts of the Holy 58 II, 8,4 | the visible sign of the Mystery (the laying on of hands), 59 II, 8,4 | heretical baptisms, this second Mystery was performed~by the Apostles 60 II, 8,4 | Holy Spirit, so also in the Mystery of Chrismation, the myrrh 61 II, 8,4 | a bishop.~Apart from the Mystery of Chrismation, the myrrh 62 II, 8,4 | Altar-table, upon which the Mystery of the holy Body and Blood 63 II, 8,5 | literallythanksgiving”) is the Mystery in which the bread and wine 64 II, 8,5 | Christ and eternal~life. This Mystery is composed, thus, of two 65 II, 8,5 | the Lord’s Supper,” “the Mystery of the Body and Blood of~ 66 II, 8,5 | Blood of Christ in this Mystery are called the “Bread of 67 II, 8,5 | is the greatest Christian Mystery (Sacrament).~The Saviour’ 68 II, 8,5 | Saviour’s words on this mystery.~Before the first performance 69 II, 8,5 | first performance of this Mystery at the Mystical Supper ( 70 II, 8,5 | The establishment of the mystery and its performance in apostolic 71 II, 8,5 | future establishment of the Mystery~of the Eucharist was given 72 II, 8,5 | very establishment of the Mystery is setforth in three Evangelists, 73 II, 8,5 | first days as the greatest mystery;~the institution of it is 74 II, 8,5 | Concerning the performance of the Mystery of the Eucharist in Apostolic 75 II, 8,5 | the bread and wine in the mystery of the Eucharist.~In the 76 II, 8,5 | of the Eucharist.~In the Mystery of the Eucharist, at the 77 II, 8,5 | sanctified~Gifts in the Mystery are changed or (a later 78 II, 8,5 | not try to “define” this Mystery in terms of philosophical 79 II, 8,5 | Such a teaching of the holy Mystery of Communion may be found 80 II, 8,5 | sensual attitude to the Mystery; Tertullian~was combatting 81 II, 8,5 | world out~of nothing, the mystery of the Incarnation, the 82 II, 8,5 | wine are transformed in the Mystery into the Body and Blood 83 II, 8,5 | Lord, He is present in this Mystery with all His being, that 84 II, 8,5 | the Lord are broken in the Mystery of Communion~and distributed, 85 II, 8,5 | the bread and wine in the Mystery of the Eucharist into the~ 86 II, 8,5 | Christians the material~for the Mystery of the Eucharist, as is 87 II, 8,5 | the promise regarding the Mystery of the Eucharist: “Verily, 88 II, 8,5 | fruits or effects of the Mystery of the Eucharist, if only 89 II, 8,6 | Repentance~The Mystery of Repentance is a grace-giving 90 II, 8,6 | Saviour’s promise.In the Mystery of Repentance the spiritual 91 II, 8,6 | Baptism. Therefore, the Mystery of Repentance is~called 92 II, 8,6 | good Christian path.~The Mystery of Repentance consists of 93 II, 8,6 | the person coming to the Mystery; and 2) the prayer of forgiving~ 94 II, 8,6 | pronounced by the priest.~This Mystery is also called the Mystery 95 II, 8,6 | Mystery is also called the Mystery of Confession (even though 96 II, 8,6 | that the effect of this Mystery might extend not only to~ 97 II, 8,6 | Those who approach the Mystery of Repentance prepare themselves 98 II, 8,6 | The institution of the mystery.~The Lord instituted the 99 II, 8,6 | The Lord instituted the Mystery of Repentance after His 100 II, 8,6 | uttered a promise about this Mystery. The first time He said 101 II, 8,6 | at the performance of the Mystery, which is performed~invisibly 102 II, 8,6 | effects of grace in the Mystery of Repentance, in their 103 II, 8,6 | remission of sins in the Mystery is an~act of mercy, but 104 II, 8,6 | the one who performs~the Mystery.~Holy Scripture speaks of 105 II, 8,6 | direct demand to repeat the Mystery of Repentance is clear~from 106 II, 8,6 | must distinguish from the Mystery of Confession the moral 107 II, 8,6 | have the significance of a Mystery of a~grace-giving sacred 108 II, 8,7 | of sacred ministry in the Mystery of Priesthood, through the 109 II, 8,7 | It is called~likewise the Mystery of Cheirotonia.~The Sacred 110 II, 8,7 | given in Baptism and in the Mystery of Chrismation.~The essence 111 II, 8,7 | effectuating words of the mystery.~Thus the Mystery of Priesthood 112 II, 8,7 | of the mystery.~Thus the Mystery of Priesthood is a sacred 113 II, 8,7 | may come upon~him.”~The Mystery of Cheirotonia is always 114 II, 8,7 | Liturgy. Distinct~from the Mystery of Cheirotonia is ordination 115 II, 8,7 | but~which allows to the Mystery of Priesthood persons who 116 II, 8,8 | blessing is acknowledged as a Mystery.~The significance of the 117 II, 8,8 | The significance of the mystery.~In the Mystery of Marriage 118 II, 8,8 | significance of the mystery.~In the Mystery of Marriage the Church invokes 119 II, 8,8 | The central moment of the mystery.~The beginning moment in 120 II, 8,8 | part in the rite of the Mystery of Marriage is the placing 121 II, 8,8 | one flesh. This is a great mystery; but I speak concerning 122 II, 8,9 | Unction~The essence of the mystery.~The Mystery of Unction 123 II, 8,9 | essence of the mystery.~The Mystery of Unction is a sacred action 124 II, 8,9 | divine institution of the mystery.~Even in Old Testament times 125 II, 8,9 | clearest testimony of the Mystery of Unction is to be found 126 II, 8,9 | indirect testimonies of the Mystery of Unction in~St. Irenaeus 127 II, 8,9 | questions concerning the Mystery of Unction, indicating in 128 II, 8,9 | penance,” because it is a “Mystery,” and to those who are~forbidden 129 II, 8,9 | one allow only one?This Mystery is performed on the sick 130 II, 8,9 | the sick person is. The Mystery~of Unction is usually preceded 131 II, 8,9 | usually concluded with the Mystery of~Communion.~The visible 132 II, 8,9 | The visible side of the Mystery comprises seven anointings 133 II, 8,9 | the one who receives the Mystery of Unction opens~the way 134 II, 8,9 | precisely identical to the Mystery of Unction (In this~rite, 135 II, 8,9 | identical to that of the Mystery~of Unction, except that 136 II, 8,9 | Protestants have rejected the Mystery of Unction, although Luther, 137 II, 8,9 | death,~which is why this Mystery is called among Roman Catholics “ 138 II, 8,9 | does not mean that the Mystery of Unction~is not performed 139 II, 8,9 | However, Unction is a separate Mystery, for the healing of the 140 Add, 0,5 | that he is God... For the mystery of iniquitydoth already 141 App, 4 | speak the~wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, 142 App, 4 | Testament writers, to whom the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity~


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