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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| concerning himself that, having preached for fourteen years,~ 2 Intro, A,5| pronounce others also as having great~authority for the 3 Intro, A,5| authority for the Mystery, having received them from the unwritten 4 I, 1,5 | the Great, writes: “Men,~having left off “delighting themselves 5 I, 1,5 | are without excuse who, having known God, did not glorify 6 I, 1,5 | concerning the knowledge of God? Having said, “All~things are delivered 7 I, 1,5 | Thee, O Lord.” That is, having no power to understand the 8 I, 1,6 | or distance between them. Having passed through all of this 9 I, 1,6 | Principalities, Authorities. Having gone past all this and~left 10 I, 1,9 | that is the conscience, having been aroused, called out 11 I, 1,11 | like a mother bird who, having seen her~baby fall out of 12 I, 1,13 | in its general usage as having two~meanings: a) holiness, 13 I, 1,13 | being unclean, dark, and not having~in ourselves any seeds of 14 I, 1,13 | any seeds of holiness, not having in ourselves any kind of 15 I, 1,17 | not in the sense that God, having everything within Himself,~ 16 I, 1,18 | that is, as singular and having one Essence~in Himself. 17 I, 2,1 | and Source of good things. Having~an eternal and pre-eternal 18 I, 2,2 | but bows down to One . . . Having beheld Three, he understood 19 I, 2,2 | mystery~of the Trinity, and having bowed down to One, he confessed 20 I, 2,3 | of God.”~The Son of God, having become man, accepted baptism 21 I, 2,4 | through the~prophets . . . Having received such a preaching 22 I, 2,6 | nor word without thought, having received its existence in 23 I, 2,8 | detached”) and therefore having no immediate contact with 24 I, 2,9 | being sent by the Father and having come to fulfill upon the 25 II, 3,4 | irrational~creation, not having in itself any moral freedom, 26 II, 3,5 | know? The Apostle Paul, having spoken of the one,~mentions 27 II, 3,6 | most perfect on earth, having also a higher purpose in 28 II, 3,6 | and composed of elements, having a nature not earthly, but 29 II, 3,6 | inextinguishable …~The Word spoke, and having taken a part of the newly-created 30 II, 3,6 | himself suffering and death; having a body which is temporal, 31 II, 3,6 | things” (Acts 17:25). God, having~created, “continues to create.”~ 32 II, 3,6 | Moses). Patriarch Jacob, having received news that his son 33 II, 3,6 | For to me to die is gainhaving a desire to depart,~and 34 II, 3,6 | man:~“Are ye so foolish? Having begun in the spirit, are 35 II, 3,6 | creation of the first man. God, having~formed the body from the 36 II, 3,6 | him~without His love. Man, having received his soul from the 37 II, 3,6 | must acquire ourselves, having received the~possibility 38 II, 3,6 | likeness.’”~The purpose of man.~Having raised man above all the 39 II, 3,6 | above all the earthly world, having given him reason and freedom, 40 II, 3,6 | him reason and freedom, having~adorned him with His own 41 II, 4,2 | over man before the fall.~Having created man, the Creator 42 II, 4,2 | Irenaeus expresses it, “having received existence, was~ 43 II, 4,2 | incapable of sinning, but having the tendency~to sin not 44 II, 4,2 | choice — that is to say, having the power to~persevere and 45 II, 4,2 | Divine grace, as well as having the power to turn~from virtue 46 II, 5,3 | first ancestors was this: Having been tempted by the serpent, 47 II, 5,3 | Alexandria says~that man, “having received as his lot an exhausting 48 II, 6,1 | blame before Him in love. Having~predestined us unto the 49 II, 6,1 | all wisdom~and prudence, having made known unto us the mystery 50 II, 6,2 | he waited until the son, having~experienced the bitterness 51 II, 6,2 | become a “thirsty land,” having tasted to the~dregs the 52 II, 6,2 | the future salvation.~1. Having cut off the criminality 53 II, 6,3 | Son of God who became~man, having come down from heaven to 54 II, 6,4 | 19). The same Evangelist, having told of the conversation 55 II, 6,6 | The image of a garden, having the same~meaning, is given 56 II, 6,6 | had lost all value as not having fulfilled~its purpose and 57 II, 6,8 | Testament: “And there all, having obtained~a good report through 58 II, 6,8 | received not the promise, God having provided some better thing 59 II, 6,8 | clothed in white garments and having crowns of gold on their 60 II, 6,8 | Apostle hassaid, “These all, having obtained a good report through 61 II, 7,3 | perfect bond, when everything, having a certain indispensable 62 II, 7,4 | Ascension of the~Lord: “Having accomplished for us Thy 63 II, 7,5 | from without, that is, not having any other beside itself. 64 II, 7,5 | refused to accept this~act as having been performed under political 65 II, 7,5 | Himself a glorious Church, not having~spot, or wrinkle, or any 66 II, 8,1 | teach us~that a Christian, having justification as a gift 67 II, 8,3 | Resurrection of Christ.~Having appeared to His disciples, 68 II, 8,4 | Apostles~who were in Jerusalem, having heard that the Samaritans 69 II, 8,4 | and “the Anointed One.”~“Having become participants of Christ,” 70 II, 8,4 | Apostles who were in Jerusalem, having heard that the Samaritans~ 71 II, 8,5 | concerning His Body and Blood.~Having given communion to the disciples, 72 II, 8,6 | removed, and a Christian, having received forgiveness of 73 II, 8,6 | His resurrection, when, having appeared~to His disciples 74 II, 8,6 | Himself.~St. John Chrysostom, having in mind the Divine institution 75 II, 8,7 | second marriage, as well as having a wife who has been~married 76 II, 8,8 | the writer~of Genesis, having spoken of the creation of 77 II, 8,8 | other one to the faith. Having indicated the highest~impulses 78 II, 8,8 | spare you” (1 Cor. 7:28).~Having in mind the Christian purpose 79 II, 9,3 | the second century) said:~“Having returned home with tears, 80 II, 9,7 | salvation and the path to glory.~Having always before oneself the 81 II, 0,2 | Peter 1: 14); a dissolving (“having a desire to depart, and 82 Add, 0,3 | of “moral minimum” i.e., having fulfilled my obligation 83 Add, 0,4 | withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand” (Eph. 84 Add, 0,4 | age. But when the Church, having received freedom, began 85 Add, 0,4 | us from our bodies, and having good guides, we~went without 86 Add, 0,4 | camest thou in hither not having a wedding garment?” (Mat. 87 Add, 0,4 | down before the Lamb, each having harps and vials filled with 88 Add, 0,4 | hierarchs, the holy ascetics,~having as its Chief Shepherd our 89 Add, 0,5 | more than lovers of God,~having a form of godliness, but 90 Add, 0,7 | spiritual, heavenly, not having earthly, bodily~needs. Life 91 Add, 0,7 | enter in to life maimed than having two hands to go into hell” ( 92 Add, 0,7 | long one, but one still having an end — was made in~antiquity, 93 App, 2 | standing above them. Then, having become in the~fourth century 94 App, 4 | Holy Spirit. However, as having manifested~these attributes 95 App, 5,1 | universal. Confidence~in their having attained the glory of the 96 App, 5,2 | yearly with great solemnity, having painted an icon of him as 97 App, 5,3 | holdeth to in such cases. Having received a~firm and incontestable 98 App, 5,3 | of them that are priests, having taken counsel together, 99 App, 5,3 | glorified with miracles... having assembled in the Holy~Spirit 100 App, 5,3 | found in Constantinople, and having called upon the Promised 101 App, 5,4 | of the service~states, “having reviewed this service, blessed 102 App, 5,5 | 1605), and the sovereign, having conferred~with the patriarch


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