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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,6 | for the whole world, their good order, brightness, arrangement, 2 I, 1,6 | been given to the~namesgood” and “God” in the Greek 3 I, 1,6 | entirely source of all good things” (St. Irenaeus of 4 I, 1,7 | that He is also blessed and good and Spirit. The multiple 5 I, 1,7 | uncontainable, incomprehensible, good, righteous, the Creator 6 I, 1,9 | He suddenly begins to do good, this means He “awakens.” 7 I, 1,11 | to His creatures as many good things as each of them can 8 I, 1,11 | for~one's soul, eternal good things.~ 9 I, 1,14 | reject evil and turn to good.~With regard to casuistical 10 I, 1,17 | blessedness, the fullness of all good things. Thus, in~the prayers 11 I, 1,17 | is the sufficiency~of all good things. “O the depth of 12 I, 1,17 | of all life and of every good thing; from Him all creatures~ 13 I, 1,18 | acknowledgement~of two gods, good and evil . and against the 14 I, 2,1 | Treasury and Source of good things. Having~an eternal 15 I, 2,2 | become as one of us, to know good~and evil.” (These are the 16 I, 2,2 | Spirit:~Psalm 142:12: “Thy good Spirit shall lead me in 17 I, 2,6 | heart hath poured forth a good word' (Ps. 44:2).~Thought 18 I, 2,7 | take not away from us, O Good One, but~renew us who pray 19 II, 3,1 | and, behold, it~was very good” (Gen. 1:31).~B. Of the 20 II, 3,1 | Everything was created very good — which means that evil 21 II, 3,1 | Most-wise, Almighty, and Good power over us, towards Whom 22 II, 3,2 | writes: “Now, because the good and transcendentally good 23 II, 3,2 | good and transcendentally good God was not content~to contemplate 24 II, 3,3 | we have~just seen), “The good and transcendentally good 25 II, 3,3 | good and transcendentally good God was not content to contemplate 26 II, 3,4 | everything created by God was~good, and they indicate the good 27 II, 3,4 | good, and they indicate the good order of the world as created 28 II, 3,4 | world as created by the Good one. The irrational~creation, 29 II, 3,4 | freedom, is morally neither good nor evil. The rational~and 30 II, 3,4 | And God saw that it was good” (Gen. 1:4, 10,~12, 18, 31 II, 3,4 | And, behold, it was very good” (Gen. 1:31).~God created 32 II, 3,5 | An angel announced the good tidings of~the birth of 33 II, 3,5 | but it was needful that good should extend further and 34 II, 3,6 | torment, corresponding to the good or evil deeds performed 35 II, 3,6 | discover~in it the special good disposition of God towards 36 II, 3,6 | tree of the knowledge of good and evil thou shalt not 37 II, 3,6 | may say that all of the good and noble qualities and 38 II, 3,6 | moral powers by means of good deeds. This requires that 39 II, 3,6 | man take care for his~own good, and his true good lies 40 II, 3,6 | his~own good, and his true good lies in blessedness in God. 41 II, 4,1 | providential~activity.~By God's good will the universe stands, 42 II, 4,1 | Matt. 17:20) and is for the good of the one who asks and 43 II, 4,1 | ahead of time to perform good deeds” (“To Stagirius the 44 II, 4,1 | whole world towards the good goal which has been established 45 II, 4,2 | pleasant to the sight and good for food, commanding them 46 II, 4,2 | yet to be confirmed in the good and grow spiritually, with 47 II, 4,2 | strengthening on the path of good were needed. Such an~elementary 48 II, 4,2 | tree of the knowledge of good and~evil. This was a commandment 49 II, 4,2 | freedom of man towards the good. The grace of God cooperates 50 II, 4,2 | persevere and progress in good with the help of Divine 51 II, 5,1 | are in themselves neither good nor evil. In the general 52 II, 5,1 | angry (Ps. 2:12); it is good~for me that Thou hast humbled 53 II, 5,2 | becoming perfect in the good, he~“abode not in the truth” 54 II, 5,3 | to seek the knowledge of good and evil outside of God; 55 II, 5,3 | shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. And when the woman 56 II, 5,3 | woman saw that the tree was good for~food, and that it was 57 II, 5,3 | in my flesh) dwelleth no good~thing: for to will is present 58 II, 5,3 | to perform that which is good I find not … For I~delight 59 II, 5,3 | not incline towards the good, but towards~evil. Lust 60 II, 5,3 | might choose and do the good, and flee and turn away 61 II, 5,3 | independent freedom to do good has been completely annihilated, 62 II, 6,1 | Himself, according to the~good pleasure of His will, to 63 II, 6,1 | His will, according to His good pleasure,~which He hath 64 II, 6,2 | for the reception~of the good news of the Saviour is also 65 II, 6,2 | tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and had come to 66 II, 6,2 | experience~the sweetness of doing good and the bitterness of evil 67 II, 6,3 | of the whole message of good tidings announced~by the 68 II, 6,3 | Jesus Christ: true God.~The good tidings of the Gospel are 69 II, 6,3 | tidings of the Gospel are the good tidings of the incarnate 70 II, 6,3 | Matt.~16:18).~With these good tidings the Apostle Mark 71 II, 6,5 | constantly proclaim the good news of salvation in the 72 II, 6,6 | which bringeth not forth~good fruit is hewn down, and 73 II, 6,6 | yet peradventure for a good man some would~even dare 74 II, 6,7 | commandment, proclaimed the good news to all peoples and 75 II, 6,7 | The Lord proclaimed the good news of 1) the teaching 76 II, 6,8 | there all, having obtained~a good report through faith, received 77 II, 6,8 | These all, having obtained a good report through faith, received 78 II, 7,1 | find pasture . . . I am the good shepherd The good shep-herd 79 II, 7,1 | am the good shepherd The good shep-herd giveth his life 80 II, 7,1 | the sheep . . . I am the good shepherd, and know My sheep, 81 II, 7,3 | Saviour taught that He, as the Good Shepherd, had to bring in 82 II, 7,3 | Recluse).~Christ is the Good Shepherd of His flock, the 83 II, 7,3 | also~we read, “O Jesus, Good Shepherd of Thy sheep” ( 84 II, 7,4 | the~Church”; “Thou art a good shepherd and fervent teacher, 85 II, 7,5 | draws out~of the water both good fish and bad In the Church 86 II, 7,5 | the Church there are both good servants and bad ones~(Matt 87 II, 7,5 | 10:35). The Omnipresent~Good Provider God is over them, 88 II, 7,6 | of overseeing the general good order in Orthodox seminaries.).~ 89 II, 8,1 | all things, Treasury of good things and Giver of life, 90 II, 8,1 | to will~and to do of His good pleasure” (Phil. 2:12-13); 91 II, 8,1 | help they struggled with a good struggle and finished their 92 II, 8,1 | performing glorious virtues and good deeds valuable in themselves —~ 93 II, 8,3 | Baptism the promise of a good conscience toward God (1 94 II, 8,5 | and see that the Lord is good” — these are words we hear 95 II, 8,5 | of the churches, for the good condition~of the world, 96 II, 8,6 | become perfected in the good Christian path.~The Mystery 97 II, 8,6 | Spirit, and have tasted the~good word of God, and the powers 98 II, 8,6 | Catholic theologians divide~good works into two aspects: 99 II, 8,7 | earthly ministry. “I am the~good shepherd, and know my sheep 100 II, 8,7 | and am known of mine. The good shepherd giveth his life 101 II, 8,7 | Liturgy. And if in every good work we ask the blessing 102 II, 8,7 | of the~episcopacy, by the good disposition of the Father, 103 II, 9,1 | sins, for the giving of good things of soul and body, 104 II, 9,2 | same thing.~Concerning the good effect of prayerful communion 105 II, 9,2 | mercy of God, just as a good seed is developed in the 106 II, 9,3 | for him, are taught by the good example of his life~and 107 II, 9,4 | every creature of God is good,~and nothing to be refused, 108 II, 0,2 | after death is taken both by good and by evil angels: the 109 Add, 0,4| Sprit, and have tasted the good~word of God, and the powers 110 Add, 0,4| from our bodies, and having good guides, we~went without 111 Add, 0,4| the other. The idea that good spirits,~our guardian angels, 112 Add, 0,7| forth: they that have done good, unto the resurrection of 113 Add, 0,7| forth: they that have done good unto the resurrection of 114 Add, 0,7| taking enjoyment of all the good things of temporal life. 115 Add, 0,7| all men living and dead, good and evil, and according 116 Add, 0,7| Matthew). “This deprivation of good things,” he reflects in 117 Add, 0,7| over~being deprived of the good things of heaven, for this 118 Add, 0,7| Great, who says: “God is good, dispassionate~and immutable. 119 Add, 0,7| rejoicing over those~who are good and showing mercy to those 120 Add, 0,7| by pleasure . . . He is good, and He only bestowsblessings 121 Add, 0,7| other hand, if we~remain good through resembling God, 122 Add, 0,7| Father, and Thy Most Holy and Good and Life-giving Spirit, 123 App, 1 | what is necessary for the good of our souls. The knowledge 124 App, 4 | of~Genesis (“it was very good”). He says on behalf of 125 App, 5,3| hand, caring for the common good of the faithful, in accordance 126 App, 5,4| Ascertaining that this was a good work and pleasing unto God, 127 App, 5,4| death, ceased not to do good unto them that approached~ 128 App, 5,5| great beacon of faith and good works~which now lies beneath


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