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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,8| arguments based on~reason. In theology, attention is also given 2 Intro, A,9| who~summed up the Orthodox theology of the great patristic age.)~ 3 Intro, A,9| garment~of truth woven of the theology from above, rightly dispenseth 4 Intro, B,1| and the Holy~Fathers. The theology of the Russian Church also 5 Intro, B,2| call a “system~of dogmatic theology.” A complete dogmatic system, 6 Intro, B,2| very valuable for Orthodox theology,~was compiled in the eighth 7 Intro, B,2| complete works of dogmatic theology were written in~the nineteenth 8 Intro, B,2| Moscow (Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, two~volumes), by Philaret, 9 Intro, B,2| Chernigov (Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, in two parts), by~Bishop 10 Intro, B,2| Essay in Orthodox Dogmatic Theology,~With an Historical Exposition 11 Intro, B,2| Malinovsky~(Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, four volumes, and A Sketch 12 Intro, B,2| Sketch of Orthodox Dogmatic Theology in~two parts), and by Archpriest 13 Intro, B,2| century Russiansystems” of theology have been out of fashion 14 Intro, B,2| is that~the division of theology into “categories,” its “ 15 Intro, B,2| of the subject-matter of theology. Father~Michael himself 16 Intro, B,2| defended these systems of theology for their usefulness in 17 Intro, B,2| their usefulness in teaching theology in~the schools against accusations 18 Intro, C | C. Dogmatic Theology~The dogmatic labor of the 19 Intro, C | in the name of dogmatic theology itself — to reveal new Christian 20 Intro, C | place. The aim of dogmatic theology as a branch of learning 21 Intro, C | complete works of dogmatic theology set forth the thinking of 22 Intro, C | Essay in Orthodox~Dogmatic Theology by Bishop Sylvester is arranged 23 Intro, C | of exposition in Orthodox theology does not have the aim of 24 Intro, C | which had been forgotten. Theology naturally~takes into consideration 25 Intro, C | development of dogmatic theology as a~branch of learning. 26 Intro, C,1| Dogmatics and faith.~Dogmatic theology is for the believing Christian. 27 Intro, C,1| it is the cornerstone of theology. “But these are written, 28 Intro, C,2| Theology, Science and Philosophy.~ 29 Intro, C,2| The difference between theology and the natural sciences, 30 Intro, C,2| by the fact that dogmatic theology is founded upon living and~ 31 Intro, C,2| human creativity; while in theology the~deductions come from 32 Intro, C,2| difference also between theology and philosophy. Philosophy 33 Intro, C,2| questions of life; while theology isfounded upon Divine Revelation. 34 Intro, C,2| They must not be confused; theology is not philosophy even~when 35 Intro, C,2| difficult~to understand.~Theology does not deny either the 36 Intro, C,2| The course of dogmatic theology is divided into two basic 37 I, 2,7 | dogmatic work~of the doctor of theology, A. Sanda, we read: “Opponents ( 38 I, 2,11 | Second Part of Dogmatic Theology.~When man's mind is directed 39 I, 2,11 | The final aim of Dogmatic Theology in its Second Part is the 40 II, 3,2 | trying to penetrate into our theology through one of the~contemporary 41 II, 3,6 | quoted in~the Dogmatic Theology of Metr. Macarius, Vol. 42 II, 3,6 | formation.~(Roman Catholic theology is decisively inclined toward 43 II, 3,6 | in his~Orthodox Dogmatic Theology: “As the image of God, the 44 II, 4,2 | Essay in Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, vol. 3, p. 379).~But no 45 II, 5,3 | in particular.~Orthodox theology does not accept the extreme 46 II, 5,3 | are accepted by Orthodox theology differently.~After his first 47 II, 5,3 | spiritual, as Roman Catholic theology teaches. Many sinful inclinations,~ 48 II, 5,3 | is understood by Orthodox theology as a sinful inclination 49 II, 6,4 | teaching was deduced in Roman theology from the Roman dogma of 50 II, 6,6 | given to it in the Western theology of the Middle Ages. The 51 II, 6,6 | medieval Roman Catholic theology in their literal and~overly-narrow 52 II, 6,6 | the reigning one in Latin theology and~it has remained so up 53 II, 6,6 | used in Russian Orthodox theology, but in a changed form:~“ 54 II, 6,7 | The systems of dogmatic theology, following the ancient custom, 55 II, 6,8 | new section of Dogmatic~Theology . that concerning the Church 56 II, 7,2 | These are~called moral theology and ascetic theology.~Dogmatic 57 II, 7,2 | moral theology and ascetic theology.~Dogmatic Theology proper 58 II, 7,2 | ascetic theology.~Dogmatic Theology proper limits the subject 59 II, 8,5 | bread and wine. Orthodox theology, however, does not try to “ 60 II, 9,5 | in his Orthodox Dogmatic Theology).~Among the numerous depictions 61 II, 0,1 | The last part of~dogmatic theology thus speaks about the culmination 62 II, 0,2 | in his Orthodox~Dogmatic Theology remarks: “One must firmly 63 Add, 0,3 | topic of Orthodox Christian theology: it is not a dogma of~the 64 Add, 0,4 | Historical Exposition of~Orthodox Theology,” by Bishop Sylvester, Vol. 65 Add, 0,4 | sphere of Orthodox dogmatic theology.~As for the toll-houses, 66 Add, 0,4 | writers of general systems of theology limit themselves to a rather 67 Add, 0,4 | Moscow, Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, Saint Petersburg, 1883, 68 Add, 0,4 | volume work on dogmatic theology, does not comment on this 69 Add, 0,7 | the subject of dogmatic theology, the duty of which~is to 70 Add, 0,7 | long course in dogmatic theology: “Grantto us, O Lord, to 71 Add, 0,7 | ages” (Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, vol. 2, p. 674).~ 72 App, 1 | really touch on philosophy or theology,~remaining a movement primarily 73 App, 1 | more as philosophy than as theology.~Soloviev by his literary 74 App, 1 | began to be expressed that theology should not fear new revelations, 75 App, 1 | us to ask: Does dogmatic theology, in its~usual form, satisfy 76 App, 1 | accepted~systems of dogmatic theology gives every opportunity 77 App, 1 | simple world-view. Dogmatic theology, built on the foundation 78 App, 1 | are inseparable.~Dogmatic theology does not pretend to satisfy 79 App, 1 | broaden the boundaries of theology, whether on a~mystical or 80 App, 1 | path of philosophizing in theology, do not harmonize with the~ 81 App, 1 | to development. Dogmatic theology can use~various methods; 82 App, 1 | learning (as opposed to theology proper) is an outward~subject 83 App, 1 | other decrees. Dogmatic theology as a branch of learning 84 App, 2 | Philosophy and Theology.~Into contemporary theological 85 App, 2 | that Christian dogmatic~theology should be supplemented, 86 App, 2 | writings.~And this was natural. Theology and philosophy are distinguished 87 App, 2 | Therefore,~Christian dogmatic theology has as its chief object 88 App, 2 | it. In its basic content, theology is soteriological (from~ 89 App, 2 | are treated by dogmatic theology in a very~limited way. This 90 App, 2 | and Orthodox~Christian theology as a whole has followed 91 App, 2 | These two spheresdogmatic theology and philosophy —are likewise 92 App, 2 | our~faith in their truth. Theology gathers and studies the 93 App, 2 | proceeds not from faith, like theology, but seeks to~base itself 94 App, 2 | two spheres of knowledge, theology~and philosophy. Thus is 95 App, 2 | distinction between dogmatic~theology and Christian philosophy, 96 App, 3 | theophanies.~3. The attention of theology according to Soloviev is


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