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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| Old Testament. After the example of the Old Testament~Church ( 2 Intro, A,4| non-canonical books, see for example~the Slavonic Bible printed 3 Intro, A,4| Divinely-inspired books that, for example, in the 85th Apostolic Canon ( 4 Intro, A,4| ecclesiastical writers, for~example in Augustine. Thus, the 5 Intro, A,5| preaching without content. For example, let us especially~make 6 Intro, A,6| Fathers of the Church — for example, the confession of faith 7 Intro, A,8| a guide to faith. (As an example of such “private opinions,” 8 Intro, A,9| in their own right. For example, the Octoechos or book~of 9 Intro, C | historical sequence. Thus, for example, the above-mentioned Essay 10 I, 1,5 | wont to~judge about, for example: is it a certain moisture 11 I, 1,5 | name the Names of God — for example~Theos (God — “He Who Sees”), 12 I, 1,5 | reasoned in this way — for example, Valentinus in the second 13 I, 1,5 | heretics in antiquity, for example the Marcionites, fell into 14 I, 1,7 | bodies on the earth,~for example, by plants.~In the enumeration 15 I, 1,7 | negation of limits,” as for example: “not unknowing” actually 16 I, 1,7 | from the created~world (for example, God is unoriginate, while 17 I, 1,9 | the book of Genesis, for example,~St. Chrysostom writes: “ 18 I, 1,10 | and does not die, as, for example,~an angel or a soul. Eternal 19 I, 1,12 | subject whole works, as for example the Homilies on the Six 20 I, 1,18 | Biblical expressions, for example, the plural number in~the 21 I, 1,18 | reverence and respect (an example of this may~be seen in the 22 I, 2,1 | to all Three Persons (for example, in a Prayer to the Lord 23 I, 2,1 | the~plural, number. For example, “For Thee” (and not “you”) “ 24 I, 2,2 | referred to separately. For example, concerning the Son:~Psalm 25 I, 2,4 | the very beginning. For example, St. Irenaeus of Lyon, a 26 I, 2,4 | They indicated: 1) the example of the martyrs and confessors 27 I, 2,4 | left me down below with my example. I picture to myself a spring, 28 I, 2,9 | following the authoritative example of St.~Basil the Great, 29 I, 2,9 | in the Church. Such, for example, were the following~heretics:~ 30 I, 2,9 | as the Son, giving us an example of obedience. This relationship 31 I, 2,9 | precise significance, for example, of the words of the Savior 32 I, 2,9 | in Sacred Scripture (for example, Mark 13:32;~Matt. 26:39; 33 I, 2,9 | worshippedChrist as God” (for example, the letter of Pliny the 34 II, 3,6 | even corrupt the soul — for example, during illness,~old age, 35 II, 3,6 | he is absent. As another example, one~might take an untuned 36 II, 3,6 | this joyless condition. For example,~in the Wisdom of Solomon 37 II, 3,6 | This is made evident, for example, by placing the two following~ 38 II, 3,6 | Creator (as is stated, for example, in Psalm 148),~then of 39 II, 5,1 | the physical world — for example, earthquakes, storms, floods,~ 40 II, 5,3 | into sin, and following the example of Adam be-cause of his 41 II, 6,2 | of the ancient world (for example, the~prediction of the sibyls ( 42 II, 6,3 | dissatisfaction, shed tears for example, at the death of Lazarus. 43 II, 6,3 | Christ as man. Thus, for example, in (1~Cor. 2:8) it is said: “ 44 II, 6,3 | attached to another — for example, a mother~to a child — he 45 II, 6,4 | grace-giving gifts, as for example, the words of the 50th Psalm 46 II, 6,6 | in significance, as for example: justification, reconciliation,~ 47 II, 6,6 | ransoming from prison, for example,~for debts, 3) ransoming 48 II, 6,7 | on the Mount. Such, for example, are the commandments of 49 II, 6,7 | according to the most exalted example of the~Saviour Himself, 50 II, 7,4 | they have composed — as for example,~those concerning the fasts 51 II, 7,5 | an Apostolic Father, for example when he says, “Where Jesus 52 II, 7,5 | Giving in themselves~the example of the fulfillment of the 53 II, 7,5 | decently and in order; an example of this is given~in the 54 II, 7,6 | terminology in Russia also, for example, the word “to~inspect” is 55 II, 7,6 | this the Apostles gave an example of the conciliar resolution 56 II, 7,6 | The Church of Smyrna, for example, presents Polycarp, who 57 II, 8,2 | and stewardship, as for example: a) preaching, b) the baptism 58 II, 8,3 | instruction concerning this, for example, in the work On the Ecclesastical~ 59 II, 8,4 | seal of the Lord after the~example of the baptized Samaritans 60 II, 8,5 | writers had in~mind: for example, Origen was writing against 61 II, 8,5 | Holy Gifts in Church, for example~to confessors, to those 62 II, 8,6 | diseases. Such penances, for example, are: a special fast, above 63 II, 8,6 | that often misfortunes, for example, illnesses, are a~natural 64 II, 8,6 | given even~in advance, for example, on the occasion of jubilee 65 II, 8,6 | jubilee celebrations (For example, the “holy year proclaimed~ 66 II, 8,7 | flock~of God, the highest example of which was given by the 67 II, 8,7 | word. In a similar way, for example, the term homoousios, accepted~ 68 II, 8,8 | to the Gospel, to be an example of piety for those around 69 II, 8,8 | Church Outside of Russia, for example, allows marriage with the 70 II, 9,1 | Luke 18:1).~The perfect example of personal prayer was given 71 II, 9,1 | Christ Himself.~He left as an example the prayer, “Our Father” — 72 II, 9,1 | one's own soul — as, for example, often occurs in the canons ( 73 II, 9,2 | Ephraim the Syrian, for example, reasons thus: “For~the 74 II, 9,2 | is beneficial. We see an~example of this in a number of the 75 II, 9,2 | of the works of God. For example, in a vineyard there are 76 II, 9,3 | are taught by the good example of his life~and place him 77 II, 9,3 | life~and place him as an example to be imitated.~And when, 78 II, 9,4 | they served only as “the example and shadow of heavenly things”~( 79 II, 9,5 | places of~God’s glory. For example, there was the “Ark of the 80 II, 9,5 | conditions of the time — for example, the necessity to hide one’ 81 II, 9,5 | this world of earth (for example, the statues of emperors), 82 II, 9,6 | truth of their words. For example, St. Ambrose says in his 83 II, 9,6 | Councils many times (for example,~the Moscow Council of 1667) 84 II, 9,6 | great Orthodox saints (for example, St. Seraphim of Sarov, 85 II, 0,2 | unconscious but conscious (for example, according to the parable 86 Add, 0,7 | the universal Church (for example Papias~of Hierapolis, Justin 87 App, 1 | This was expressed, for example, in the~Petersburgreligious-philosophical 88 App, 1 | writer: Pushkinology, for example, can grow, but from this 89 App, 4 | depict human wisdom — for example, the famous judgment of 90 App, 5,2 | monastery, followed his example, for he had many disciples


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