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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| Epistles (one~of James, two of Peter, three of John, 2 Intro, A,5| the mind, and there are two evil consequences; the sick 3 Intro, B,1| symbolical books, of those two~expositions of the Faith 4 Intro, B,1| examined~and corrected at two local councils, that of 5 Intro, B,2| Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, two~volumes), by Philaret, Archbishop 6 Intro, B,2| Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, in two parts), by~Bishop Sylvester, 7 Intro, B,2| Orthodox Dogmatic Theology in~two parts), and by Archpriest 8 Intro, C,2| theology is divided into two basic parts: into the teaching 9 I, 1,7 | is One. There cannot~be two perfect beings, since one 10 I, 1,9 | Post Nicene Fathers, Series Two, vol.~VII, pp. 324-325.).~ 11 I, 1,13 | general usage as having two~meanings: a) holiness, and 12 I, 1,17 | Self-Sufficing and All-Blessed.~These two expressions are close to 13 I, 1,18 | the acknowledgement~of two gods, good and evil . and 14 I, 2,1 | Trinity includes in itself two fundamental truths:~A. God 15 I, 2,3 | therefore~there are not two gods, and not three gods.”~ 16 I, 2,4 | battle was chiefly fought on two points: first~on the affirmation 17 I, 2,7 | theologians are either confusing two dogmas — that is,~the dogma 18 I, 2,9 | Samosata was accused by two councils of Antioch in the~ 19 I, 2,9 | John 3:13).~“For where two or three are gathered together 20 II, 3,5 | their own names. There are two~such names in the canonical 21 II, 3,5 | tradition ascribes names to two other angels: Jegudiel~(“ 22 II, 3,6 | living soul” (Gen. 2:7). Two actions, or two aspects 23 II, 3,6 | Gen. 2:7). Two actions, or two aspects of action, are distinguished~ 24 II, 3,6 | designated in Sacred Scripture~by two terms which are almost equal 25 II, 3,6 | example, by placing the two following~texts side by 26 II, 3,6 | In addition, there are two passages in the writings 27 II, 3,6 | nature of man consists of two parts.~This same idea of 28 II, 3,6 | acknowledge that man's nature has two parts: body and soul (Sts.~ 29 II, 3,6 | acknowledges only one soul, not~two, and this is clearly indicated 30 II, 3,6 | this wise that there are two~natures in man, and not 31 II, 4,2 | His will to them.~Chapters two and three of the book of 32 II, 5,1 | of words, is the name of two kinds of manifestations.~ 33 II, 5,3 | subsequently were formed two tendencies, one of~which 34 II, 5,3 | and Russian) there are two terms used to express this 35 II, 5,3 | them as follows:~“There are two terms used in Greek for ' 36 II, 6,2 | other peoples also.~Over two centuries prior to Christ’ 37 II, 6,3 | The errors concerning the two natures of Jesus Christ.~ 38 II, 6,3 | correct teaching of the two natures of the Lord~Jesus 39 II, 6,3 | but they may be reduced to two~groups: In one, we see the 40 II, 6,3 | Samosata, who was denounced~by two councils of Antioch. Slightly 41 II, 6,3 | Christ united within Himself two natures and two different 42 II, 6,3 | Himself two natures and two different persons, Divine 43 II, 6,3 | would permit the~idea of two persons in Him, the Monothelites 44 II, 6,3 | Ecumenical Councils.~The two natures in Jesus Christ.~ 45 II, 6,3 | the Lord Jesus Christ in two~Natures, Divine and Human, 46 II, 6,3 | Divine and Human, and with two wills, the Divine will and 47 II, 6,3 | manner of the union of the two Natures in the one Person 48 II, 6,3 | must be confessed to be in two natures, unconfusedly, immutably, 49 II, 6,3 | separated or divided into two persons, but one and the 50 II, 6,3 | forever united, not forming two persons which~are only morally 51 II, 6,3 | that there be confessed two wills in Christ and two 52 II, 6,3 | two wills in Christ and two operations: “Two natural 53 II, 6,3 | Christ and two operations: “Two natural wills~not contrary 54 II, 6,3 | thus of the union~of the two natures in the person of 55 II, 6,3 | 316-317). The union~of the two natures in Christ is defined 56 II, 6,3 | manner of the union of the two natures in Christ, one must 57 II, 6,3 | in Christ the God-man of two natures, there remains in 58 II, 6,3 | separated or divided into two persons, but one and the 59 II, 6,3 | to be~worshipped in His two natures, in the sense that 60 II, 6,3 | wishes to introduce thus two adorations, the~one in special 61 II, 6,4 | concerning the Holy Virgin Mary~Two dogmas concerning the Mother 62 II, 6,4 | directly and deliberately by~two Evangelists, Matthew and 63 II, 6,6 | concept is expressed by two words,~and each of them 64 II, 6,8 | the loss of Paradise has two forms: a) the earthly, bodily 65 II, 7,3 | presided, for He said, 'Where two or three are gathered together~ 66 II, 7,4 | both comprise as it were two flocks of the single~Chief 67 II, 7,4 | and the heavenly world are two separate forms of existence: 68 II, 7,4 | represent the existence of these two regions, the heavenly and 69 II, 7,5 | often happened in history (Two examples~from recent church 70 II, 7,5 | to the formation today of two separate local Churches ( 71 II, 7,5 | word~oikoumenikos. These two terms were not mixed The 72 II, 7,6 | an accusation,~but before two or three witnesses” (1 Tim. 73 II, 7,6 | the Apostolic writings the two names of “bishop” and “presbyter” 74 II, 7,6 | age of the~Apostles the two ranks . bishop and presbyter . 75 II, 7,6 | word~“bishop” was used in two meanings: sometimes in the 76 II, 7,6 | the hierarchy only one or two of the degrees (a priest,~ 77 II, 7,6 | a priest and a deacon, two priests, etc.), still, in 78 II, 8,1 | devil; for one cannot serve two masters. One~must cleanse 79 II, 8,1 | Testament we distinguish two fundamental meanings of 80 II, 8,1 | distinction between these two meanings of the wordgrace,” 81 II, 8,1 | through the mutual~action of two principles. One of these 82 II, 8,1 | this cooperation of these two principles, the Apostle 83 II, 8,5 | Mystery is composed, thus, of two separate moments: 1) the 84 II, 8,6 | of Repentance consists of two basic actions: 1) the confession 85 II, 8,6 | theologians divide~good works into two aspects: merit (which is 86 II, 8,7 | apart from each other, as two distinct acts, the election 87 II, 8,7 | By putting~together these two passages, we see that Timothy 88 II, 8,7 | a bishop be ordained by two or three bishops. Let a~ 89 II, 8,8 | unto~his wife, and they two shall be one flesh. This 90 II, 9,1 | overcoming.~Prayer is of two kinds: public and private. 91 II, 9,5 | mercy seat, from between the~two Cherubim which are upon 92 II, 9,5 | to~allow as religious art two dimensional depictions and 93 II, 9,5 | realism cannot penetrate. Two dimensional icons, on the 94 II, 9,7 | duty of man briefly in the two commandments of the~law: 95 II, 0,2 | Orthodox Church distinguishes~two different conditions after 96 Add, 0,3 | there are, as it~were, two flocks: the heavenly and 97 Add, 0,4 | Philaret of Chernigov, in his two~volume work on dogmatic 98 Add, 0,5 | used in Sacred Scripture in two meanings: In a broad, general~ 99 Add, 0,5 | indicated the appearance of “two~witnesses” during the period 100 Add, 0,5 | the Holy Fathers, these “two witnesses” (mentioned also 101 Add, 0,7 | there are supposed to be two future judgments, one~for 102 Add, 0,7 | universal one; there are two future resurrections,~first 103 Add, 0,7 | another of sinners; there are two future comings of the~Saviour 104 Add, 0,7 | life maimed than having two hands to go into hell” ( 105 App, 2 | careful not to mix together two spheresdogmatic learning 106 App, 2 | of manifestations.~These two spheresdogmatic theology 107 App, 2 | the cooperation~of these two spheres. Philosophy itself 108 App, 2 | its whole duration has had two currentsidealistic and 109 App, 2 | possibility of a union of the two spheres of knowledge, theology~ 110 App, 3 | God-manhood, a restoration of the two natures. But this is not 111 App, 4 | book of Proverbs and in two of the Apocryphal books: 112 App, 5,2 | point, lasting~for about two years. To attain their goal, 113 App, 5,2 | Greek Church was to know two classifications of newly 114 App, 5,5 | relics. This shows that these two acts were closely bound


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