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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,5| the succession~of the very essence of the Church.~ 2 I | our knowledge of God. The essence of God. The attributes of 3 I, 1,5 | knowledge of God~God in His essence is incomprehensible. God 4 I, 1,5 | comprehension ofGod, which in essence is impossible, and the knowledge 5 I, 1,5 | idea that God is a simple~Essence, and from this the false 6 I, 1,5 | conclusion, being a simple Essence, Who has no inward content~ 7 I, 1,5 | it an overthrowing of the essence of religion. Answering the~ 8 I, 1,5 | the~simplicity of God's essence is united to the fullness 9 I, 1,5 | others — express not the very essence of God, but primarily show 10 I, 1,5 | If~someone says that the essence of God is incomprehensible, 11 I, 1,6 | The essence of God.~“If you wish to 12 I, 1,6 | present to your mind the essence of God, unmoving, unchanging, 13 I, 1,6 | Divinity,~not upon the very essence of the Divinity.~There are 14 I, 1,6 | to~the idea of His very essence. These are expressions that 15 I, 1,6 | indications of the very essence of~God Only as concerns 16 I, 1,6 | Damascene) is~a naming of the essence. Although more rarely, this 17 I, 1,6 | God, but not of the very essence of God The~Fathers express 18 I, 1,6 | Divinity, saying that the~essence of God is “one, simple, 19 I, 1,7 | considering~the simplicity of the essence, is a result of our own 20 I, 1,8 | Question: What idea of the essence and essential attributes 21 I, 1,10 | meaning belongs to the Divine Essence, which is why it~is applied 22 I, 1,16 | and speak of~the single Essence of the Persons or Hypostases 23 I, 1,16 | the “procession” from the Essence of God, the procession~of 24 I, 1,16 | does not~change either the essence or the attributes of God, 25 I, 1,16 | world is not like God in its~essence, and therefore it has to 26 I, 1,18 | whatsoever~He pleases; one Essence, one Godhead, one power, 27 I, 1,18 | singular and having one Essence~in Himself. This demand 28 I, 2,1 | Introduction.~God is one in Essence and triple in Persons. The 29 I, 2,1 | truths:~A. God is one in Essence, but triple in Person. In 30 I, 2,1 | Tri-hypostatical, is a Trinity One in Essence.~B. The Hypostases have 31 I, 2,1 | God, being” one Power, one Essence, one Godhead”~(Stichera 32 I, 2,1 | Because God in His very Essence is wholly consciousness, 33 I, 2,1 | the very Unity of~God's Essence. Thus, when in Christian 34 I, 2,4 | truth of the oneness of Essence and equality of honor of 35 I, 2,4 | place lest we should give Essence to the~Father but deny Personality 36 I, 2,4 | sun, and qualities of its essence. And lest we should thus, 37 I, 2,5 | inseparably in the very Essence of God the Father; hence 38 I, 2,5 | womb, that is,~from the Essence. By means of the words “ 39 I, 2,5 | existence which comes from the Essence~of God can only be Divine 40 I, 2,5 | begotten is always of the same essence as the one that begets. 41 I, 2,5 | made is of another, lower essence, and is external with relation 42 I, 2,6 | Only-begotten Son of God, one in Essence with the Father, and equal 43 I, 2,7 | dogma of the Oneness of Essence~which is immediately bound 44 I, 2,7 | the Holy Spirit is One in Essence with the Father and the 45 I, 2,7 | God is a Trinity One in Essence and Indivisible.~This idea 46 I, 2,7 | the Son as being One in Essence~with Him” (Bl. Theodoret, “ 47 I, 2,7 | dogma of the Oneness of Essence, and it is absolutely essential 48 I, 2,7 | of the Orthodox Church in essence is different from that of 49 I, 2,8 | Holy Trinity have the same Essence; each of the Hypostases~ 50 I, 2,8 | truth of the Oneness of Essence, the fullness of Divinity, 51 I, 2,9 | The Oneness of Essence, the Equality of Divinity, 52 I, 2,9 | faith in the Oneness of Essence and the equality~of the 53 I, 2,9 | another meaning. The conceptessence” was expressed~in the Greek 54 I, 2,9 | Trinity, and others the “Essence.” This circumstance~hindered 55 I, 2,9 | that He is of a different essence from God the Father.~The 56 I, 2,9 | by these words: “of One Essence with the~Father.”~After 57 I, 2,9 | the Father, being One in Essence and equal in honor with~ 58 I, 2,9 | submission refers not to~the Essence (ousia) of the Divinity, 59 I, 2,9 | others say that He is One in Essence~with the Father.~It is essential 60 I, 2,9 | John 5:23).~d. He is One in Essence with the Father:~“I and 61 I, 2,9 | Greek, en esmen, one in essence.~“I am in the Father, and 62 I, 2,10 | which affirm His Oneness in Essence and equal Divine dignity 63 I, 2,10 | honor and the Oneness of Essence of the Spirit with the Father~ 64 II, 3,1 | God as the One Spiritual Essence~independent of the world. 65 II, 3,1 | is Personal, Intellectual Essence.~After presenting in order 66 II, 3,1 | is:~(a) The world in its essence is distinct from God. It 67 II, 3,1 | It is not~(1) part of His Essence,~(2) nor an emanation of 68 II, 3,2 | He created out of His own Essence. If the word~of God does 69 II, 3,5 | not~know the depths of the Essence of God, which is known to 70 II, 3,6 | God,~the human soul is an essence completely separate from 71 II, 3,6 | that the soul is~divine in essence. “He breathed the breath 72 II, 3,6 | nor even of its physical essence. Likewise, from the Biblical 73 II, 3,6 | soul proceeded from the Essence of God nor is an element 74 II, 3,6 | soul has proceeded from the Essence of~God. O frenzy! O folly! 75 II, 3,6 | that souls proceed from the Essence of God;others, on the contrary, 76 II, 3,6 | souls are converted into the essence of the lowest irrational~ 77 II, 3,6 | body but is~an invisible essence, is of a different nature, 78 II, 3,6 | Whois immortal by the very essence of His nature and therefore “ 79 II, 4,1 | misfortunes which men undergo.~In essence, God's Providence over the 80 II, 5,1 | Rom. 8:22, 20-21).~The Essence of Moral Evil. The holy 81 II, 5,1 | evil is not some kind of essence~which has any actual independent 82 II, 5,1 | with the will of God. The essence of evil consists in~the 83 II, 5,3 | Heaven.~One must not see the essence of sinincluding original 84 II, 6,3 | announced~by the Apostles, the essence of the four Gospels and 85 II, 6,3 | that comprises~the basic essence of man. It is this which, 86 II, 6,3 | acknowledging the very essence of this union to be mystical 87 II, 6,3 | and (human) body, one in Essence with~the Father as touching 88 II, 6,3 | His Godhead, and one in essence with us as touching His 89 II, 6,3 | reveal entirely the very essence of this union, that is, 90 II, 6,4 | cleansed of ancestral sin. In essence this is a direct deduction 91 II, 6,4 | universal dissemination. In essence one can say of it the same 92 II, 6,5 | truth which in~its very essence surpasses human understanding, 93 II, 6,6 | of the Apostle is, in its essence,~the preaching of the Resurrection 94 II, 6,6 | which do not~relate to the essence of salvation, inasmuch as 95 II, 6,6 | questions and establishes the~essence of the present expression 96 II, 7,1 | life of the Church in its~essence is mystical; the course 97 II, 8,2 | Catechism thus defines the essence of each Mystery:~“In Baptism 98 II, 8,5 | Holy Table, in their very essence, invisibly for sensual eyes, 99 II, 8,7 | Mystery of Chrismation.~The essence and effectuating words of 100 II, 8,7 | but only expressed its~essence more precisely in a single 101 II, 8,9 | Holy Unction~The essence of the mystery.~The Mystery 102 II, 9,5 | existence; and thus, in essence, it is a worship of the 103 Add, 0,4 | occasion to illuminate the essence of our Church life. Our 104 Add, 0,6 | is to be distinguished in essence from the purpose of His 105 Add, 0,7 | a thousand years). The essence of this teaching is as follows: 106 Add, 0,7 | is militant upon earth in essence also is triumphant in the 107 App, 1 | the Holy Spirit, in its essence is~one and the same. Christian 108 App, 1 | truths always remains in essence one and the~same; but in 109 App, 1 | impeded without loss to the essence of spiritual life. Theological~ 110 App, 2 | of God in Himself,~of the essence of the world and the nature 111 App, 2 | questions of ontology:~the essence of existence, the oneness 112 App, 2 | to an explanation of its~essence and of its relationship 113 App, 3 | life there is introduced an essence which stands at the boundary 114 App, 4 | images given here: an ideal “essence~of the world” could not 115 App, 5,1 | Introduction.~What, in essence, is the Church's formal 116 App, 5,1 | righteous man. Such is the essence of the act of glorification 117 App, 5,4 | of these testimonies. The essence of glorification of the 118 App, 5,4 | blessing of~the Church.”~In essence there is no distinction


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