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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,5| Mysteries were performedBaptism or the Eucharist — those 2 Intro, A,5| who were already coming to Baptism, and also to those present 3 Intro, A,5| those who are coming to Baptism and by the faithful who 4 Intro, A,5| who have already received~Baptism; but by no means give it 5 Intro, A,5| do we bless the water of Baptism and the oil of anointing 6 Intro, A,5| rest that has to do with Baptism, the renunciation of Satan 7 Intro, A,5| Liturgies, in the rite of Baptism, and in other ancient prayers;~• 8 I, 2,3 | was accomplished at the Baptism of the Lord Jesus~Christ, 9 I, 2,3 | Christ, which is why this Baptism itself is called the “Theophany” 10 I, 2,3 | having become man, accepted baptism by water; the Father testified 11 I, 2,4 | existence has performed baptism in~the name of the Father 12 I, 2,4 | heretics who tried to perform baptism either in the name of the 13 I, 2,5 | Jesus at~the time of His baptism by John. In historical time, 14 II, 5,3 | heretics:~“Not to forbid (the baptism) of an infant who, scarcely 15 II, 6,3 | the Virgin Mary.~At the Baptism of the Saviour these words 16 II, 6,6 | steps of the Saviour, by His baptism in the Jordan, by His life 17 II, 6,6 | Christ and have received Holy Baptism. The common phrases used~ 18 II, 6,6 | washing of regeneration (in baptism),~and renewing of the Holy 19 II, 6,6 | that is to say, the day of baptism and the receiving of the 20 II, 6,6 | Christ.” The mystery of baptism is a personal resurrection 21 II, 6,6 | First Catholic Epistle: “Baptism doth also now save us... 22 II, 6,6 | Resurrection of Christ.~Baptism by water is called in the 23 II, 7,5 | one Lord,~one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, 24 II, 7,5 | single teaching, a single baptism,and a single communion. 25 II, 7,5 | and Blood~of Christ, of baptism, and of ordination.~The 26 II, 7,6 | Philip, who performed the~baptism of the eunuch (Acts 8:5 27 II, 8,1 | there follows further the baptism~with the cleansing away 28 II, 8,1 | present Orthodox~service of baptism, and the very “renunciation 29 II, 8,1 | by the person coming for baptism, are~very near in content 30 II, 8,1 | God, first of all through Baptism, or if he~had it and it 31 II, 8,2 | example: a) preaching, b) the baptism of those who have come~to 32 II, 8,2 | referring to seven rites:~Baptism, Chrismation, Communion ( 33 II, 8,2 | essence of each Mystery:~“In Baptism man is mystically born into 34 II, 8,2 | these, c) the Mystery of Baptism,~which sees to the increase 35 II, 8,2 | or by their~sponsors at baptism, and not only are deprived 36 II, 8,2 | grace of God, received in~baptism and chrismation, kept warm 37 II, 8,3 | Baptism~The establishment of the 38 II, 8,3 | establishment of the Mystery of Baptism.~In the first place in the 39 II, 8,3 | Church stands the Mystery of Baptism.~It serves as the door leading 40 II, 8,3 | establishment of the Mystery of Baptism,~the Lord Jesus Christ in 41 II, 8,3 | recorded several instances of~Baptism performed by the Apostles. 42 II, 8,3 | mystical grace-given aspect of Baptism is indicated in the above-cited 43 II, 8,3 | passages of Sacred~Scripture; Baptism is a “new birth,” and it 44 II, 8,3 | grace-given significance of Baptism, the Apostles in their~Epistles 45 II, 8,3 | cleansed,” “justified”; that in Baptism we “die to~sin” so as to 46 II, 8,3 | water by the word” (that is, Baptism with the utterance of the 47 II, 8,3 | We are buried with Him by Baptism into death,~that like as 48 II, 8,3 | newness of life” (Rom. 6:4). Baptism is called the “washing of 49 II, 8,3 | Apostle Peter, who calls Baptism the promise of a good conscience 50 II, 8,3 | 1 Peter~3:21). Through Baptism at the same time one is 51 II, 8,3 | mystery.~The comparison of Baptism with a washing by water, 52 II, 8,3 | immerse.” Concerning the Baptism of the eunuch by Philip 53 II, 8,3 | of the unbaptized as a~“Baptism of blood.” Baptism by sprinkling 54 II, 8,3 | as a~“Baptism of blood.” Baptism by sprinkling the Church 55 II, 8,3 | indicates that “the manner of baptism is prescribed,” indicating 56 II, 8,3 | of~the Saviour concerning baptism; Tertullian also testifies 57 II, 8,3 | Scripture there is mentioned a baptism in the name of the Lord~ 58 II, 8,3 | is not denied the fact of baptism~“in the name of the Father, 59 II, 8,3 | 1:13),~when speaking of baptism “in Christ” have in mind 60 II, 8,3 | mind to distinguish this baptism from the baptism~of John 61 II, 8,3 | distinguish this baptism from the baptism~of John or anything similar 62 II, 8,3 | anything similar to it, as the “Baptism into Christianity.” Thus 63 II, 8,3 | even now there is sung~at Baptism, “As many as have been baptized 64 II, 8,3 | The indispensability of Baptism.~Since in Baptism a man 65 II, 8,3 | indispensability of Baptism.~Since in Baptism a man receives, in place 66 II, 8,3 | is therefore evident that Baptism is indispensable for all, 67 II, 8,3 | there is mention of the Baptism of whole families (the house 68 II, 8,3 | faithful insist upon the~Baptism of children. St. Gregory 69 II, 8,3 | who offer the infant for Baptism~should recognize all their 70 II, 8,3 | Faith reads: “I confess one Baptism for the remission~of sins.” 71 II, 8,3 | sins.” This signifies that Baptism in the Orthodox Church, 72 II, 8,3 | Spirit, cannot be repeated.~Baptism: the door to the reception 73 II, 8,3 | teaching of the Church, Baptism is not only a symbol of 74 II, 8,4 | immediately after the Mystery of Baptism,~comprising together with 75 II, 8,4 | the birth by water to be Baptism in the strict sense, and 76 II, 8,4 | been~baptized only with the baptism of John, “When they heard 77 II, 8,4 | actions of~the Mysteries of Baptism and its seal, the laying 78 II, 8,4 | Sacred Scripture indicates baptism. By the sign of the Holy 79 II, 8,4 | which immediately follows baptism.~Likewise, in the Epistle 80 II, 8,4 | of the correctness of the Baptism and the seal of the uniting 81 II, 8,4 | of the facts that 1) the baptism with water had been performed~ 82 II, 8,4 | performed~long before this as a baptism of repentance, and 2) quite 83 II, 8,4 | so as immediately after Baptism to bring down the Holy Spirit 84 II, 8,4 | separation of Chrismation from Baptism occurred in about the 13th 85 II, 8,5 | certain Fathers say about Baptism, and not through a “penetration” 86 II, 8,6 | came out of the waters of Baptism. Therefore, the Mystery 87 II, 8,7 | ineffaceable as the~grace given in Baptism. However, the grace of cheirotonia 88 II, 8,7 | grace~which is given in Baptism and in the Mystery of Chrismation.~ 89 II, 9,6 | bodies, sanctified by~holy Baptism, sanctified by the reception 90 Add, 0,7 | eternal life in Christ through baptism, a resurrection through 91 Add, 0,7 | darkness” (Homily 40, On Holy Baptism).~The Church, basing itself 92 App, 5,4 | Roman and David at their baptism); there then followed St.~


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