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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,3| on the teaching of Sacred Scripture and on the Apostolic Sacred 2 Intro, A,3| contained in the Sacred Scripture and the Apostolic Sacred 3 Intro, A,3| teaching.) The~truths of Scripture and Tradition, harmoniously 4 Intro, A,4| Sacred Scripture.~By “sacred scripture” are 5 Intro, A,4| Sacred Scripture.~By “sacred scripture” are to be understood those 6 Intro, A,4| reference to the books of Scripture,~and thus must be distinguished 7 Intro, A,4| refers not~to the “canon” of Scripture, but to “canons” or laws 8 Intro, A,4| accepted~by the Church as Scripture). In the Protestant world 9 Intro, A,4| second” or later canon of Scripture. In most translations of 10 Intro, A,4| Testament books of Sacred Scripture~was confirmed by the catholic 11 Intro, A,4| whole Church. This Sacred Scripture, in the expression~of St. 12 Intro, A,5| Cross. Who taught this in Scripture? Which~Scripture instructed 13 Intro, A,5| this in Scripture? Which~Scripture instructed us that we should 14 Intro, A,5| unwritten teaching. By what Scripture,~likewise, do we bless the 15 Intro, A,5| is clearly indicated in Scripture (James 5:14).) Where is 16 Intro, A,5| angels~to be found? What Scripture are these taken from? Is 17 Intro, A,5| a~supplement to the Holy Scripture.~We find this sacred ancient 18 Intro, A,5| and, in parallel to Sacred Scripture it is called by her, “Sacred 19 Intro, A,5| all the books of Sacred~Scripture have been handed down to 20 Intro, A,5| completely definite form in Scripture, while others are not entirely 21 Intro, A,5| Besides all this, Sacred Scripture is valuable because from 22 Intro, A,6| definite foundations of~Sacred Scripture and Sacred Apostolic Tradition. 23 Intro, A,6| all those places in Sacred Scripture which touch a given question,~ 24 Intro, A,6| cited passages of Sacred~Scripture in precisely this way. In 25 Intro, A,6| express~the harmony of Sacred Scripture and the catholic Tradition 26 Intro, A,6| upon the facts of Sacred Scripture and Apostolic Tradition.~ 27 Intro, A,6| immediately clear from Sacred Scripture that they~were not subjected 28 Intro, A,8| understanding of Sacred Scripture, and in~order to distinguish 29 Intro, A,8| these truths~from Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and 30 Intro, C | teaching, founding it~on Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. In 31 Intro, C,1| the cornerstone of Sacred Scripture; it is the cornerstone~of 32 Intro, C,2| from the study of Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. The 33 I | attributes of God. Sacred~Scripture concerning the attributes 34 I, 1,3 | believeth on Me, as the Scripture bath said, out of his belly 35 I, 1,5 | us in the whole of Sacred Scripture and in Sacred Tradition,~ 36 I, 1,5 | and proved, both from the Scripture and by means of reason: 37 I, 1,5 | Names of God in the Divine ScriptureJehovah, Elohim,~Adonai, 38 I, 1,6 | Divinity.~There are in Sacred Scripture words concerning God which “ 39 I, 1,8 | Sacred Scripture concerning the attributes 40 I, 1,9 | It is true that in Sacred Scripture~we find many, many places 41 I, 1,9 | spiritual nature of God, the Scripture speaks beginning with the 42 I, 1,9 | Therefore, by bodily symbols the Scripture teaches us to understand~ 43 I, 1,9 | what~is said by the Divine Scripture, and let us not look only 44 I, 1,9 | weakness. After all, if Scripture had not used~these words, 45 I, 1,9 | literal interpretations” of~Scripture; when the literal sense 46 I, 1,9 | that all interpretations of Scripture should be as “befitting 47 I, 1,9 | that very place where the Scripture has assigned it” (Homilies 48 I, 1,9 | find that in the Divine Scripture much is said symbolically 49 I, 1,12 | the Son of God. The Sacred Scripture of the Old Testament concentrates 50 I, 1,13 | Cyril of Jerusalem). The Scripture testifies that the angels 51 I, 1,13 | Isaiah 6:3). As depicted in Scripture,~the light of holiness fills 52 I, 1,18 | the New Testament Sacred Scripture is filled with the teaching 53 I, 1,18 | 1 Cor. 8:4).~The Sacred Scripture of the Old Testament is 54 I, 2,4 | proof the witness of Sacred Scripture, as well as rational philosophical 55 I, 2,5 | transmission of the words of Sacred Scripture.~Of the Son it is said that 56 I, 2,6 | termWord” in~the Sacred Scripture not only of the New Testament, 57 I, 2,7 | agrees neither with Sacred Scripture nor with the universal Sacred~ 58 I, 2,7 | of passages from Sacred Scripture where~the Holy Spirit is 59 I, 2,7 | not contained in Sacred~Scripture.~In the present case, Roman 60 I, 2,7 | Confusing the texts of Sacred Scripture~which speak of the “procession” 61 I, 2,9 | of the passages in Holy Scripture which had been cited by 62 I, 2,9 | the expressions in Sacred Scripture~which seem to speak of the 63 I, 2,9 | similar passages in Sacred Scripture (for example, Mark 13:32;~ 64 I, 2,9 | expressions in the Sacred Scripture about Jesus Christ,~there 65 I, 2,9 | directly called God in Sacred~Scripture:~“In the beginning was the 66 I, 2,10 | numerous testimonies in Holy Scripture which concern the Holy Spirit, 67 II, 3,2 | only~eternity. The Sacred Scripture also says that “by Him ( 68 II, 3,2 | the indications of Sacred Scripture, confesses the participation~ 69 II, 3,5 | existence?~Angels in Sacred Scripture.~The nameangelmeans 70 II, 3,5 | everywhere present. The Sacred~Scripture depicts angels sometimes 71 II, 3,5 | angels have their limits. Scripture indicates that they do not~ 72 II, 3,5 | ranks of Angels.~Sacred Scripture presents the angelic world 73 II, 3,5 | almost every page of Sacred~Scripture testifies; of the Cherubim 74 II, 3,5 | turning to the books of Sacred Scripture, we find the names of the 75 II, 3,5 | do not know.”~In Sacred Scripture, some of the higher angels 76 II, 3,5 | are presented in Sacred Scripture~as heralds of God's will, 77 II, 3,6 | generally in the Sacred Scripture. The body must serve as 78 II, 3,6 | This is taught in Sacred Scripture (Rom. 13:14; Gal. 3:3; 1 79 II, 3,6 | adaptation~of the expressions (of Scripture), dare to say that the soul 80 II, 3,6 | strictly following the Sacred Scripture in the~teaching on the independence 81 II, 3,6 | immortality,” according~to the Scripture (1 Tim. 6:16).~Observation 82 II, 3,6 | is designated in Sacred Scripture~by two terms which are almost 83 II, 3,6 | the mind. But the Divine Scripture acknowledges only one soul, 84 II, 4,1 | trees. The whole of Sacred Scripture is filled with the thought 85 II, 5,2 | together the evidence of Sacred Scripture, we see that the~devil is 86 II, 5,2 | Luke 13:16).~The Sacred Scripture calls evil spiritsunclean 87 II, 5,3 | flesh at all. In Sacred~Scripture the wordfleshsignifies 88 II, 5,3 | bodily nature, which Sacred Scripture also shows (Romans, ch. 89 II, 6,2 | and other~places in Sacred Scripture.~2. Further, preparation 90 II, 6,2 | writers.~From the Sacred Scripture we know that apart from 91 II, 6,3 | conditional sense, the Sacred Scripture joins to them the expression, “ 92 II, 6,3 | 16).~Likewise, the Sacred Scripture uses the wordtrue,” calling 93 II, 6,3 | some~passages of Sacred Scripture human attributes are indicated 94 II, 6,4 | direct foundation in Sacred Scripture. The Apostle Paul writes:~ 95 II, 6,4 | with the teaching of Sacred Scripture, in Adam all mankind~tasted 96 II, 6,6 | presented in the Sacred Scripture of~the New Testament in 97 II, 6,6 | man is expressed in Sacred Scripture usually in the same terminology,~ 98 II, 6,8 | the Heavenly Home sacred Scripture calls “the city of the living~ 99 II, 6,8 | to the teaching of Sacred Scripture, the blessedness of the 100 II, 7,1 | is His Body. The Sacred Scripture is rich~in expressive images 101 II, 7,5 | clear and rests upon Sacred~Scripture and Sacred Tradition, is 102 II, 7,6 | word and doctrine. For the Scripture with, Thou shalt not muzzle 103 II, 8,1 | grace” is used in Sacred Scripture with various meanings.~Sometimes 104 II, 8,1 | understanding~of it in the Sacred Scripture of the New Testament as 105 II, 8,3 | above-cited passages of Sacred~Scripture; Baptism is a “new birth,” 106 II, 8,3 | certain passages of Sacred Scripture there is mentioned a baptism 107 II, 8,4 | of~redemption” in Sacred Scripture indicates baptism. By the 108 II, 8,5 | all the passages of Holy Scripture where the bread of the Eucharist 109 II, 8,6 | performs~the Mystery.~Holy Scripture speaks of cases or conditions 110 II, 8,7 | Cheirotonia.~The Sacred Scripture gives direct and clear indications 111 II, 8,8 | said many times in the Holy Scripture.~Thus, in Genesis 1:27-28 112 II, 9,1 | Through the whole Sacred Scripture of the New Testament there 113 II, 9,3 | Heb. 12:22-23).~Sacred Scripture presents numerous examples 114 II, 9,5 | Testament.~If in the Sacred Scripture there are strict prohibitions 115 II, 9,5 | or stone. But the Sacred Scripture strictly instructs us to 116 II, 9,5 | the condemnation of Sacred Scripture, which warns: “Thou that 117 II, 9,7 | Gospel and the whole Sacred Scripture, by the examples of~the 118 II, 0,2 | the New Testament Sacred Scripture death is called “the decrease~( 119 II, 0,2 | repentant thief.~In Sacred Scripture it is not given us to know 120 II, 0,2 | these indications of Sacred Scripture, from antiquity the Holy 121 Add, 0,4 | these quotations from the Scripturemythology?”~Those warnings 122 Add, 0,5 | Antichrist” is used in Sacred Scripture in two meanings: In a broad, 123 Add, 0,7 | faith founded upon Sacred Scripture.~The error of chiliasm.~ 124 Add, 0,7 | Parallel passages in Sacred Scripture clearly indicate that the “ 125 Add, 0,7 | eternal Kingdom of Heaven. The Scripture is quite clear that even 126 Add, 0,7 | numerous testimonies in Sacred Scripture of the actuality and indisputability 127 Add, 0,7 | torment is presented in Sacred~Scripture depicted as a place of torment, 128 Add, 0,7 | from the~words of Sacred Scripture: “In My Father’s house are 129 App, 1 | be harmonized with Sacred Scripture and the Tradition~of the 130 App, 1 | own limit, given by Sacred~Scripture. In other words, the increase 131 App, 1 | interpretation of the text of Sacred Scripture), of Biblical~philology, 132 App, 2 | much on the basis of Sacred Scripture as by~means of philosophy, 133 App, 2 | are given to us in sacred Scripture in such a limited~form ( 134 App, 2 | which is contained in Sacred Scripture and~Sacred Tradition. The 135 App, 2 | fundamental character of Sacred Scripture and Tradition depends on 136 App, 3 | evidence for this in~Sacred Scripture, his thought hastens to 137 App, 4 | the Wisdom of God in Holy Scripture.~The word sophia, “wisdom,” 138 App, 4 | the New Testament Sacred Scripture it is used in three meanings:~ 139 App, 4 | the Old Testament Sacred Scripture we find in many places statements 140 App, 4 | group of utterances in Holy Scripture refer to this wisdom of


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