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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| history of the~Church, from of old was called straight, right, 2 Intro, A,4| divided into books of the Old Testament and the books 3 Intro, A,4| recognizes 38 books of the Old Testament. After the example 4 Intro, A,4| After the example of the Old Testament~Church (Although 5 Intro, A,4| sense a “Church” in the Old Testament also, composed 6 Intro, A,4| the righteous ones of the Old Testament with~Him into 7 Intro, A,4| celebrates the feast days of the Old Testament Forefathers,~Patriarchs, 8 Intro, A,4| canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are: 1. Genesis, 9 Intro, A,4| non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are~commonly called 10 Intro, A,4| the canon of the sacred Old Testament books. (The~“non-canonical” 11 Intro, A,4| non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament accepted by the 12 Intro, A,4| Greek translation of the Old Testament made by the “Seventy” 13 Intro, A,4| century B.C. to translate the Old Testament~into Greek. The 14 Intro, A,4| non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are: Tobit,~Judith, 15 Intro, A,4| the canonical books of the Old~and New Testaments.) the 16 Intro, A,4| non-canonical books of the Old Testament~has always been 17 Intro, A,5| the sacred books of the Old and New Testaments;~• in 18 Intro, C,1| says a~righteous man of the Old Testament (Ps. 115:1). And 19 I, 1,6 | is above all being.” The Old TestamentJehovah,” “He 20 I, 1,10 | like a garment shall grow old, and as a vesture shalt~ 21 I, 1,12 | Sacred Scripture of the Old Testament concentrates its~ 22 I, 1,18 | Sacred Scripture of the Old Testament is entirely penetrated 23 I, 1,18 | monotheism. The history~of the Old Testament is the history 24 I, 2,2 | Indications of the Trinity in the Old Testament.~The truth of 25 I, 2,2 | expressed in a veiled way in the Old Testament,~only half-revealed. 26 I, 2,2 | only half-revealed. The Old Testament testimonies of 27 I, 2,2 | The chief passages in the Old Testament which testify 28 I, 2,2 | indicate those passages in the Old Testament Revelation where 29 I, 2,6 | times in the books of~the Old Testament. Such are the 30 I, 2,6 | New Testament, but of the Old Testament as well. Thus,~ 31 II, 3,6 | example, during illness,~old age, or drunkenness — the 32 II, 3,6 | this idea foreign to the Old Testament. It is expressed 33 II, 3,6 | without any doubt in the~Old Testament, because there 34 II, 3,6 | people, since each of these Old Testament righteous ones 35 II, 3,6 | death was expressed in the Old Testament as a descent into 36 II, 3,6 | Psalms.~But already in the Old Testament, and especially 37 II, 5,2 | only a few passages in the Old Testament Revelation. We~ 38 II, 5,2 | the “great dragon, that old serpent” (Apoc. 12:9).~The 39 II, 5,3 | the great dragon, that old serpent” (Apoc. 12:9). In 40 II, 5,3 | the~sacred books of the Old Testament are filled with 41 II, 5,3 | lists a whole choir of Old Testament righteous ones, 42 II, 5,3 | womb” (Luke 1:15). But the Old Testament righteous ones 43 II, 5,3 | Orthodox scholar in the Greek (Old Calendar) Church describes 44 II, 6,2 | calls the period of the Old Testamentchildhood,” the 45 II, 6,2 | dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the devil 46 II, 6,2 | closer to the end of the Old Testament period, numerous 47 II, 6,2 | and the cessation of the Old Testament, that is, the 48 II, 6,2 | of the three~parts of the old world towards the end of 49 II, 6,2 | world towards the end of the Old Testament period. Under 50 II, 6,3 | Christ, as the prophets of old time have spoken~concerning 51 II, 6,3 | itself, still neither in the Old Testament nor in the New 52 II, 6,4 | of God from a virgin the Old Testament Scriptures speak: 53 II, 6,5 | image given both in~the Old Testament and the New Testament 54 II, 6,6 | the prophetic books of the Old Testament, and in particular 55 II, 6,6 | Cross of the Lord for the Old Testament world, a significance 56 II, 6,6 | which were placed in~the Old Testament: a) the curses 57 II, 6,7 | the Royal,~is that in the Old Testament the calling to 58 II, 6,7 | with the ministry~of the Old Testament high priests and 59 II, 6,7 | They were priests of the Old Testament; whereas this 60 II, 6,7 | and elevatedly than in the Old Testament, and inspires 61 II, 6,7 | of a Christian.~While the Old Testament law inspires one 62 II, 6,7 | eternal, spiritual~goods.~The Old Testament law, however, 63 II, 6,7 | relation of Christians to the Old Testament, the Blessed Theodoret 64 II, 6,7 | this, we revere~also the Old Testament as a mother’s 65 II, 6,7 | the less, we take from the~Old Testament a different benefit: 66 II, 6,7 | people alone, as was the Old~Testament law.~Therefore, 67 II, 6,8 | expressed in the words of the Old Testament Psalm, “In hades~ 68 II, 6,8 | imprisoned also the souls of the Old~Testament righteous ones. 69 II, 6,8 | brought up from there all the Old Testament righteous ones 70 II, 6,8 | and pious people of the Old Testament, those of whom 71 II, 7,1 | meaning it was used in the Old Testament also (the Hebrew~ 72 II, 7,3 | Epistle to~the Hebrews. The Old Testament Chief Priests “ 73 II, 8,1 | must cleanse in oneself the old leaven, so as to be a new 74 II, 8,1 | the righteous ones of the Old Testament like Abel, Enoch, 75 II, 8,1 | that he was purged~from his old sins” (2 Pet. 1:3-9). We 76 II, 8,3 | a man be born~when he is old?” the Saviour replied that 77 II, 8,3 | receives, in place of the old existence he had, a new 78 II, 8,4 | this case because in the~Old Testament the anointment 79 II, 8,4 | the ancient~rite, as of old it was the custom to anoint 80 II, 8,9 | of the mystery.~Even in Old Testament times oil signified 81 II, 9,2 | without purpose.~In the Old Testament Church also there 82 II, 9,4 | incomparably more exalted than the Old Testament~ones. Although 83 II, 9,4 | Testament~ones. Although the Old Testament services were 84 II, 9,4 | with as “decayed and grown old” and near to “vanishing 85 II, 9,5 | art is a gift from God. Of old under Moses “The Lord hath 86 II, 9,5 | walls and curtains of the Old Testament Temple,~there 87 II, 9,6 | remain on~earth.~In the Old Testament there was no veneration 88 II, 9,6 | Church's history.~Even in the Old Testament, when saints were 89 Add, 0,5 | Zachariah, ch. 3) are the Old Testament~righteous ones 90 Add, 0,7 | like a garment shall~grow old, and as a vesture shalt 91 App, 1 | Church. In particular,~the Old Catholics nearer to Orthodoxy, 92 App, 2 | God, a fear of God. In the Old Testament this feeling led 93 App, 3 | from the Culminator~of the Old Testament and from the Founder 94 App, 4 | the sacred books both the Old Testament (in~the Greek 95 App, 4 | wisdom” (1 Cor. 1:30).~In the Old Testament Sacred Scripture 96 App, 4 | this word here. In other Old Testament books separate 97 App, 4 | prophecies of the Savior in the Old Testament prophets.~Since 98 App, 4 | the Son of God. When the Old Testament writers, to whom 99 App, 5,2 | recognized.~These were: a) the Old Testament patriarchs, prophets ( 100 App, 5,2 | Christian desert dwellers of old, the leaders and guides


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