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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,6| is the Body of Christ, a spiritual organism whose Head is~Christ 2 I, 1,4 | confirmed by the benefits of its spiritual fruits which~are known by 3 I, 1,5 | which lead one to the end of spiritual life (“vision” or “contemplation” 4 I, 1,9 | which belongs to the created spiritual beings~and the soul of man, 5 I, 1,9 | themselves only an “image” of the spiritual nature of~God. God is a 6 I, 1,9 | however,~concerning the spiritual nature of God, the Scripture 7 I, 1,9 | He That Is, as the~pure, spiritual, most high Existence. Therefore, 8 I, 1,9 | teaches us to understand~the spiritual attributes and actions of 9 I, 1,12 | is, strictly speaking, a spiritual vision,~because for God 10 I, 1,13 | is the presence of higher~spiritual values, joined to purity 11 I, 1,13 | ourselves any kind of positive spiritual or moral~value?~ 12 I, 1,14 | he has given freedom to spiritual beings and directs~them 13 I, 2,11 | to the degree of his own spiritual growth a man becomes capable~ 14 I, 2,11 | Yet further, before the spiritual eyes of a believing Christian 15 II, 3,1 | Genesis is of God as the One Spiritual Essence~independent of the 16 II, 3,5 | They surpass man by their spiritual powers. However,~they also, 17 II, 3,5 | purpose of the beings of the spiritual world? It is evident that 18 II, 3,5 | more is this the aim of the spiritual heavens. This~is why St. 19 II, 3,6 | attributes of God in man's spiritual nature.~3. Finally, certain 20 II, 3,6 | heavenly, the material and the spiritual.4. From this follows the 21 II, 3,6 | have its own particular spiritual substance or nature. Appealing 22 II, 3,6 | Gregory evidently means here a spiritual seed) being imparted to 23 II, 3,6 | Christian.~Soul and spirit.~The spiritual principle in man which is 24 II, 3,6 | the Apostle contrasts the “spiritualman with the “natural”~ 25 II, 3,6 | man (1 Cor. 2:14-15). The spiritual man possesses a soul, but 26 II, 3,6 | carelessness towards his spiritual life he may descend to the 27 II, 3,6 | high purpose.~God and the spiritual world lie before man's spiritual 28 II, 3,6 | spiritual world lie before man's spiritual gaze; before his bodily 29 II, 4,2 | both of their physical and spiritual~powers.~As the writer of 30 II, 4,2 | first people was one of spiritual childhood and~simplicity 31 II, 4,2 | nearness to God, with a general spiritual childlikeness. But in any 32 II, 5,3 | are indispensable for the spiritual growth and blessedness of 33 II, 5,3 | subjected himself to death; and spiritual adultery, because~the immaculateness 34 II, 5,3 | capable of understanding spiritual principles; nor his other 35 II, 5,3 | to hand him over to final spiritual death — that is, so that~ 36 II, 5,3 | come to dominate over~the spiritual side. Original sin, in this 37 II, 5,3 | itself the submission of the spiritual principle~to the fleshly 38 II, 5,3 | of~the fleshly over the spiritual, as Roman Catholic theology 39 II, 5,3 | to do with qualities of a spiritual order, such as pride, which, 40 II, 5,3 | into mankind and become its spiritual disease.~____________~Note. 41 II, 5,3 | Western notion compromises the spiritual goal of man, his theosis 42 II, 6,1 | hath blessed us with all~spiritual blessings in heavenly places 43 II, 6,3 | man. He~strengthened His spiritual powers with fasting and 44 II, 6,3 | reveal to us a powerful~spiritual battle in the garden of 45 II, 6,3 | been swallowed up by the spiritual principle,~the human by 46 II, 6,4 | fruit of the union of her spiritual labor upon herself and the 47 II, 6,5 | acquirement of personal spiritual purity and sanctity.” The 48 II, 6,6 | Therefore, let not the sorrowful spiritual condition of the world which 49 II, 6,6 | it” (Rom. 8:24-25). The spiritual forces in the~world may 50 II, 6,7 | not only bodily but also spiritual, of mutual service according 51 II, 6,7 | one to higher, eternal, spiritual~goods.~The Old Testament 52 II, 6,8 | To be~in hell was like spiritual death, as is expressed in 53 II, 6,8 | the faithful of Christ to spiritual perfection and to salvation.~ 54 II, 7,2 | greater degree, this is a spiritual growth, the perfection of 55 II, 7,2 | existence.~The Church is our spiritual Home. As with one’s own 56 II, 7,2 | how, by the grace of God, spiritual rebirth and spiritual growth 57 II, 7,2 | God, spiritual rebirth and spiritual growth occur in a man, in~ 58 II, 7,2 | branches of theological and spiritual learning are devoted to 59 II, 7,3 | so also the Church is a spiritual organism in~which there 60 II, 7,4 | again a feast day and a spiritual solemnity. They~suffered, 61 II, 7,5 | touch or violate inward spiritual unity.~The truth of the 62 II, 7,5 | are people of the highest spiritual purity and with special 63 II, 7,6 | giving to them special spiritual gifts and a special~authority. 64 II, 8,1 | of its members, for their spiritual growth,~and for the attainment 65 II, 8,1 | grace of God act?~Both the spiritual birth and the further spiritual 66 II, 8,1 | spiritual birth and the further spiritual growth of a man occur through 67 II, 8,1 | being of man, leading to~his spiritual perfection and salvation.~ 68 II, 8,2 | sacred acts are, as it were, spiritual vessels~by which the grace 69 II, 8,2 | is mystically born into spiritual life. In Chrismation he 70 II, 8,2 | Repentance he~is healed of spiritual diseases (sins). In Priesthood 71 II, 8,2 | by means of a healing of spiritual diseases.”~For the life 72 II, 8,2 | but often,~to their own spiritual perdition, they become the 73 II, 8,3 | sponsor should keep close spiritual contact with his godchild 74 II, 8,3 | the Orthodox Church, as a spiritual birth, if it has been~performed 75 II, 8,3 | the gifts of God Further spiritual growth depends upon the 76 II, 8,4 | strengthening~and growth in spiritual life.~St. Cyprian writes, “ 77 II, 8,4 | Cyril of~Jerusalem), “the spiritual seal” (Ambrose of Milan), “ 78 II, 8,4 | Holy Spirit, joined to the spiritual joy of the newlyconverted,~ 79 II, 8,4 | communication to the faithful of a spiritual gift. But it is evident 80 II, 8,4 | anointing” could~be used in the spiritual significance precisely because 81 II, 8,4 | down upon people of~special spiritual gifts (see Ex. 28:41; 1 82 II, 8,5 | increase, and growth in spiritual~life: “He that eateth Me, 83 II, 8,6 | Mystery of Repentance the spiritual afflictions of a man are 84 II, 8,6 | Repentance is~called a “spiritual medicine.” One’s sins, which 85 II, 8,6 | conscience, which blind his spiritual gaze, which make powerless 86 II, 8,6 | uttering aloud of one’s spiritual afflictions and falls before 87 II, 8,6 | afflictions and falls before a spiritual father — the~confession 88 II, 8,6 | through the lips of~the spiritual father, that the Heavenly 89 II, 8,6 | It is given for a man’s spiritual profit, “for edification,~ 90 II, 8,6 | canons, the priest as a spiritual physician decrees for certain 91 II, 8,6 | repentance,~have need of these spiritual treatments. Such an interdiction 92 II, 8,6 | were~considered a means of spiritual healing; that the ancient 93 II, 8,6 | the moral guidance of a spiritual father,~something widespread 94 II, 8,6 | the duty of guiding their spiritual children. The confession 95 II, 8,6 | thoughts and~acts before a spiritual guide has an immense psychological 96 II, 8,6 | and so forth. But such spiritual guidance does not have the 97 II, 9,1 | The spiritual bond of the members of the 98 II, 9,1 | the Church’s life and the spiritual bond of its members with~ 99 II, 9,1 | Apostle~is joined with his spiritual brethren in common prayer. “ 100 II, 9,2 | they are not deprived~of spiritual nearness to those who remain 101 II, 9,3 | holy Apostle Paul asks his spiritual children (1 Thes. 5:25).~ 102 II, 9,3 | he might help us in our spiritual needs and in our sorrows.~ 103 II, 9,3 | also. The saints are our spiritual brothers, sisters, mothers, 104 II, 9,3 | and their writings. The spiritual vision of the souls of the 105 II, 9,4 | also did all these things.~Spiritual worship must be accompanied 106 II, 9,7 | personal ascetic struggles, spiritual attainments in the battle 107 II, 9,7 | duty of self-restraint and spiritual cleansing by means of~instructions 108 II, 9,7 | 2), the Christian finds spiritual strength in~the awareness 109 II, 0,2 | body as a path through~such spiritual expanses, where the dark 110 II, 0,2 | as far as possible in a spiritual sense, which is hidden under 111 Add, 0,3 | Christian should be a place of spiritual growth, progress, the ascent 112 Add, 0,4 | do not forget about our spiritual enemies. St. Paul writes 113 Add, 0,4 | denunciations, for calls to spiritual vigilance, to fear of God 114 Add, 0,4 | images are applied to a spiritual subject so that the image,~ 115 Add, 0,4 | death: I see thee with my spiritual gaze, thou who remainest 116 Add, 0,4 | gives us all means for our spiritual~perfection and the attainment 117 Add, 0,5 | Christians to~a constant spiritual vigilance: “Take ye heed, 118 Add, 0,6 | coming of the Son of Man.~The spiritual gaze of mankind which believes 119 Add, 0,7 | present life. They will be spiritual, heavenly, not having earthly, 120 Add, 0,7 | receiving an incorrupt and spiritual nature, at the same time 121 Add, 0,7 | resurrection”~signifies spiritual rebirth into eternal life 122 Add, 0,7 | and~renewed, just as the spiritual world must be purified from 123 Add, 0,7 | corresponding to the resurrected spiritual body that will experience~ 124 Add, 0,7 | worm that dieth not” by a spiritual son of St. Seraphim~of Sarov (“ 125 App, 1 | God's mind, but a living spiritual~being which possesses all 126 App, 1 | high purpose and exalted spiritual possibilities,~and at the 127 App, 1 | is no doubt that to our spiritual gaze Divine revelation has 128 App, 1 | knowledge of God and of the spiritual world. We see, in the Apostle' 129 App, 1 | subject in relation to the spiritual life of the Church. It only 130 App, 1 | with the~rise or decline of spiritual life in the Church at one 131 App, 1 | without loss to the essence of spiritual life. Theological~learning 132 App, 2 | I.M.~Kireyevsky (+1856), a spiritual son of Elder Macarius of 133 App, 4 | direct sense any personal spiritual being, distinct from God 134 App, 5,1 | with the saints.” This is a spiritual, prayerful thread which 135 App, 5,2 | didactic gifts and their lofty spiritual attainments, apart from


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