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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,5 | knowledge~of all of God's creation in general. “For the invisible 2 I, 1,5 | invisible things of Him from the creation of the~world are clearly 3 I, 1,5 | is~made visible from the creation of the world through observing 4 I, 1,6 | left below the whole of creation in your thoughts, raising 5 I, 1,6 | the way that all of His creation “is”; and this is~the same 6 I, 1,9 | Concerning the image of the creation of woman, Chrysostom teaches: “ 7 I, 1,12 | that is, the history of the creation of the world, written by 8 I, 1,13 | of His love towards His creation. For we must undergo~the 9 I, 1,16 | opposition to the idea of “creation” and speak of~the single 10 I, 1,16 | or Hypostases in God. The creation is something outward in~ 11 I, 1,16 | contradicted, likewise, by the creation of the world. The~world 12 I, 1,16 | created. Nevertheless, the creation of the world is~the realization 13 I, 2,1 | us, God in us and in all creation.~Above us is God the Father, 14 I, 2,1 | loves and cares for us, His creation~for we are His children 15 I, 2,1 | perfect way.~In us and in all creation — by His power and grace — 16 I, 2,5 | expressed in~such events as the creation of the world, the coming 17 I, 2,7 | the Latin Church by the creation of a teaching of the procession, 18 I, 2,8 | the Spirit, belongs~the creation of the world and a ceaseless 19 I, 2,10 | called the Holy Spirit a creation of the Son,~and a servant 20 I, 2,11 | invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly 21 I, 2,11 | closeness of God to His creation, and~especially His closeness 22 II, 3 | 3. God and the Creation~ 23 II, 3,1 | inspired~account of the creation of the world, set forth 24 II, 3,1 | the whole~history of the creation of the world. It is presented 25 II, 3,1 | means of an account of the creation —~to instill in his people, 26 II, 3,1 | existed also before the creation of the world,~His Being 27 II, 3,1 | order the stages of the creation of the world, the writer 28 II, 3,1 | the consequences of the creation are:~(a) God remains in 29 II, 3,1 | gain for Himself from the creation~of the world.~(c) In the 30 II, 3,1 | appear together~with the creation of the world.~C. Of man. 31 II, 3,1 | man. Man is the highest creation of God on earth. Recognizing 32 II, 3,1 | in Moses' account of the creation of the world. Without the 33 II, 3,1 | earth is filled with Thy creation. . . . Let the~glory of 34 II, 3,2 | The manner of the world's creation.~The world was created out 35 II, 3,2 | simplicity~and brevity.~That creation is a bringing into being 36 II, 3,2 | received its beginning at the creation of the world; until then 37 II, 3,2 | Concerning the days of creation, Blessed Augustine, in his 38 II, 3,2 | God had the thought of its creation from eternity~(Augustine, 39 II, 3,2 | the Holy Trinity in the creation. In the Symbol of Faith 40 II, 3,3 | The motive for the creation.~Concerning the motive for 41 II, 3,3 | Concerning the motive for the creation in the mind of God, the 42 II, 3,3 | God, as expressed in the creation of the world, is to be found 43 II, 3,3 | archangels, and the~whole creation.” Further, “God has need 44 II, 3,4 | The perfection of the creation.~The word of God and the 45 II, 3,4 | Good one. The irrational~creation, not having in itself any 46 II, 3,4 | evil. The rational~and free creation becomes evil when it inclines 47 II, 3,4 | whether in the days of its creation or in its later and present 48 II, 3,4 | 2 Peter 3:13),~and the creation itself “will be delivered 49 II, 3,4 | of God proceed before the creation of the world, Blessed~Augustine 50 II, 3,5 | Theologian in the Apocalypse.~The creation of Angels.~In the Symbol 51 II, 3,5 | Sinai), and that at the creation of the visible world the 52 II, 3,6 | Man — the Crown of Creation~In the ladder of the earthly 53 II, 3,6 | the ladder of the earthly creation, man is placed on the highest 54 II, 3,6 | is not indicated at the creation of the other creatures~of 55 II, 3,6 | man was to be a special creation, distinct from the others,~ 56 II, 3,6 | certain details of man's creation which are given in the second 57 II, 3,6 | alone, as was done in the creation of the other creatures,~ 58 II, 3,6 | nature of the~soul. At the creation of the soul, God took nothing 59 II, 3,6 | in his description of the creation, that God created all the 60 II, 3,6 | sense constitutes a new creation of God, or whether each~ 61 II, 3,6 | the parents. In this waycreation” is understood~here in a 62 II, 3,6 | indicated by the history of the creation of the first man. God, having~ 63 II, 3,6 | of the account of man's creation relates, “And God said: 64 II, 3,6 | regard to the very act of creation it is said:~“God created 65 II, 3,6 | 17:6-10). For if all of creation is~called, according to 66 II, 3,6 | man, as the very crown of creation, is all the more intended 67 II, 3,6 | as the~crown of earthly creation and the king of nature, 68 II, 3,6 | Creator and the~earthly creation: in particular he has been 69 II, 3,6 | Ps. 8:1, 3-5, 8).~From creation to the majesty of the Creator.~ 70 II, 3,6 | invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are~clearly 71 II, 3,6 | seen through beholding the creation. In all epochs of human 72 II, 3,6 | further intothe depths of creation, he utters these words: “ 73 II, 4,1 | given to the world at its creation; it is not a series of private 74 II, 4,1 | hand, from the~very day of creation He gave to all organic beings, 75 II, 4,1 | and morally responsible creation — the highest creation on~ 76 II, 4,1 | responsible creation — the highest creation on~earth. With this variety 77 II, 5,1 | world and to the whole of creation: “For we know that the whole 78 II, 5,1 | For we know that the whole creation groaneth and~travaileth 79 II, 5,3 | three great gifts at his creation: freedom, reason, and love.~ 80 II, 5,3 | fall of man, his beloved creation and the crown of all the 81 II, 5,3 | of this nature from the creation, and are not the consequences 82 II, 6,8 | Christian Pascha. “Today all creation is glad and rejoices, for 83 II, 6,8 | the Holy Spirit and the creation of the Church of Christ 84 II, 7,4 | ye do illumine the whole creation” (from the Service to Hieromartyrs).~ 85 II, 8,1 | however, it itself is a new~creation, and it creates a new life. 86 II, 8,5 | of His almightiness: the creation of the world out~of nothing, 87 II, 8,8 | Genesis, having spoken of the creation of the woman from the rib 88 Add, 0,7| the fall of man, the whole creation has been unwillingly subjected 89 Add, 0,7| and the final aim of the creation of man, which is blessedness 90 App, 1 | oppose the principle of the~creation of new dogmas which have 91 App, 1 | between Himself and the creation: it speaks of God in the 92 App, 1 | 6), of God Who loves His creation, Who is a~lover of mankind 93 App, 2 | Orthodox point of view, at the~creation of a true Christian philosophy 94 App, 3 | ruler of the~earth and the creation which proceeds from it.” “ 95 App, 4 | of God expressed in the creation of the world,~in His Providence 96 App, 4 | seem~to have preceded the creation; because the wisdom of God 97 App, 4 | images what was said of the creation in the book of~Genesis (“ 98 App, 4 | calledpresent” at the creation of the world (see the Wisdom 99 App, 4 | both the Creator and the creation could be “present.”~Likewise, 100 App, 4 | be an “implement” of the creation itself if it itself is the 101 App, 4 | and of mankind, and in the creation of the New~Testament Church. 102 App, 4 | attributes to the world in its creation and its salvation, He is


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