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|Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky|
Orthodox dogmatic theology
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1 Intro, A,1| us in Thy path, that we may walk in Thy Truth” — is 2 Intro, A,5| is the Giver of rewards. May no one say to you,~ ~'What 3 Intro, A,5| These three citations may be found in St. Cyril,~Catetechical 4 Intro, A,5| of St. Basil the Great we may conclude: first, that the 5 Intro, A,5| teaching of faith is that which may be traced back to the earliest 6 Intro, A,6| text of St. Basil's canons~may be found in the Eerdmans 7 Intro, A,6| The text of~this Canon may be read in the Eerdmans 8 Intro, A,8| private opinions,” one may take the mistaken~opinion 9 Intro, B,2| Faith. In this work, one may say, St. Damascene summed 10 Intro, C | accordingly. In this sense, one may speak about the development 11 I, 1,2 | over to the will of God: “May Thy will be done in~me, 12 I, 1,5 | and understanding that we may know~the true God” (1 John 13 I, 1,6 | of Christ).).~Thus, one may speak only of the attributes 14 I, 1,7 | that are without limit. We may find a~model of such expressions 15 I, 1,8 | essential attributes of God may be derived~from Divine revelation? 16 I, 1,18 | respect (an example of this may~be seen in the Russian and 17 I, 2,1 | simple monotheism,~such as may be found in non-Christian 18 I, 2,2 | His mouth.”~Finally, one may indicate those passages 19 I, 2,4 | Father and~the Holy Spirit may there be honor and glory 20 I, 2,4 | represent to myself, unless one may indulgently accept one point~ 21 I, 2,9 | an understanding that we may~know Him that is true; and 22 II, 3,6 | distinguished~here, and they may be understood as simultaneous: 23 II, 3,6 | manifestation of the soul may be compared to a sudden 24 II, 3,6 | wish him to have life.~One may rightly say that in the 25 II, 3,6 | towards his spiritual life he may descend to the level of 26 II, 3,6 | of all, the image of God may be seen only in the soul, 27 II, 3,6 | in man.~In summary, one may say that all of the good 28 II, 5,3 | said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the 29 II, 5,3 | existence of original sin may be~seen in the Church's 30 II, 5,3 | the result of generation may be cleansed by regeneration” ( 31 II, 6,2 | expectation of His coming, as may be seen in the works of 32 II, 6,3 | an understanding that we~may know Him that is true; and 33 II, 6,3 | have been various, but they may be reduced to two~groups: 34 II, 6,3 | decree of the Council it may be seen how out of harmony 35 II, 6,6 | both kinds of salvation may be seen in the following 36 II, 6,6 | spiritual forces in the~world may be hidden, but they are 37 II, 6,6 | to the New Testament, as may be seen from the~words of 38 II, 6,8 | that where I am, there ye may be also” (John 14:2-3). 39 II, 6,8 | Me where I am; that they may behold My~glory which Thou 40 II, 7,1 | He purgeth it, that it may bring forth more fruit . . . 41 II, 7,4 | Church by the~Lord Himself, may be seen one of the mystical 42 II, 7,5 | Lord prayed “that they all may be one”~(John 17:21).~The 43 II, 7,5 | from recent church history may serve to illustrate the 44 II, 7,5 | we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship~with us; 45 II, 7,6 | though a small~community may have as representatives 46 II, 7,6 | Christ — our hope, in Whom may God grant that we live. 47 II, 7,6 | give account, that they may do it with joy, and not 48 II, 8,1 | throne of grace,~that we may obtain mercy, and find grace 49 II, 8,1 | us with a desire that we may be able to accomplish what 50 II, 8,2 | In the Orthodox East, one may say, seven is not regarded 51 II, 8,4 | thieves; an unmarked sheep may safely be taken~away.”~This 52 II, 8,4 | oil? Concerning this we may make a two-fold supposition: 53 II, 8,4 | Apostles). But however it may have been, anointment undoubtedly 54 II, 8,4 | the laying on of hands. It may be that this is why it was “ 55 II, 8,5 | the~Church of Christ, we may read in the Acts of the 56 II, 8,5 | holy Mystery of Communion may be found in all the Holy 57 II, 8,5 | leavened bread. All~the more may this be said of the communities 58 II, 8,6 | flesh, that the spirit may be saved” (1~Cor. 5:1-5). 59 II, 8,7 | earliest testimonies of this we may indicate the homily~of St. 60 II, 8,7 | ordination. The same idea may be~found also in Tertullian. 61 II, 8,7 | grace of the All-Holy Spirit may come upon~him.”~The Mystery 62 II, 8,9 | Christian literature one may find indirect testimonies 63 II, 8,9 | believers who are sick;” b) it may be performed also by a bishop,~ 64 II, 8,9 | action; c) this anointment may not be performed~“on those 65 II, 8,9 | for themselves: however it may also be performed on children. 66 II, 8,9 | place of~this sacred action may be either the church or 67 II, 8,9 | priests), the anointings may be performed all together~ 68 II, 8,9 | those dying of along illness may even receive Unction several 69 II, 9,1 | inseparable from faith that it may be~called the atmosphere 70 II, 9,1 | Matins~and Compline, or may be read or sung privately).~ 71 II, 9,1 | sung privately).~Prayer may be for oneself or for others. 72 II, 9,1 | one for another, that~ye may be healed; for the effectual 73 II, 9,2 | will I do, that the Father may~be glorified in the Son” ( 74 II, 9,3 | words, “Where I am, there ye may be also”~(John 14:3). When 75 II, 9,3 | we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: 76 II, 9,5 | put in his heart~that he may teach (others) . . . Them 77 II, 9,5 | incense and lights may be offered~. . . For the 78 II, 9,6 | well.” Similar testimonies may be read in St.~Gregory the 79 II, 0,2 | I will endeavor that ye may be able after my decrease 80 II, 0,2 | walketh about, seeking whom he may devour”~(1 Peter 5:8), and 81 Add, 0,3 | the common aim that “we may grow up into~Him in all 82 Add, 0,3 | deification in the Lord, that “God may be all in all” (1 Cor. 15: 83 Add, 0,4 | roaring lion, seeketh~whom he may devour” (1 Peter 5:8). Being 84 Add, 0,4 | whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against 85 Add, 0,4 | of the devil ... that ye may be~able to withstand in 86 Add, 0,4 | be loosed from my body, may thou cover it, O my instructor, 87 Add, 0,4 | taken from the earth.” “May I then behold thee standing 88 Add, 0,4 | shall be taken by force; may I behold thee banishing~ 89 Add, 0,7 | shall be, but bare grain, it may chance of wheat, or of some 90 Add, 0,7 | accordance with this picture we~may draw conclusions regarding 91 Add, 0,7 | will experience~them. One may read of the frightfully “ 92 Add, 0,7 | Homily 1, to Theodore). We may read a similar explanation 93 Add, 0,7 | that God does~not change, may well ask how in that case, 94 Add, 0,7 | things under Him, that God may be all in all” (1 Cor. 15: 95 Add, 0,7 | dignity of each one. One may conclude this also from 96 Add, 0,7 | sorrow and disturbance. May~this not be there, where 97 App, 1 | teaching of the Church. (One may see an approximate analogy 98 App, 4 | thee; honor it, that it may embrace thee; that it may 99 App, 4 | may embrace thee; that it may give unto thy~head a crown 100 App, 4 | head a crown of graces, and may cover thee with a crown 101 App, 5,2 | his opinion, however, one may conclude that the commemoration~ 102 App, 5,2 | liturgical calendars, one may surmise that in the Greek 103 App, 5,2 | the latter events (if one~may speak of an overall plan 104 App, 5,3 | service for any new martyr. May~he that so desires sing 105 App, 5,3 | for glorification, yet one may deem an ascetic life,~confirmed 106 App, 5,3 | the Russian Church, one may form for oneself an idea 107 App, 5,3 | examination of the relics may be reckoned as one of the 108 App, 5,5 | favorites of God.” Thus, one may conclude that the~archbishop 109 App, 5,5 | Patricius, Bishop of Prusa, May 19, and in the cathedrals 110 App, 5,5 | Cornelius the Wonderworker~on May 19.”~We see from these extracts 111 App, 5,5 | a candlestick, that all may be illumined. The annual 112 App, 5,6 | all that has been said, we may draw several conclusions.