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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,13 | which judges strictly for sins~and punishes the guilty? 2 II, 5,3 | conceived in iniquities, and in sins did~my mother bear me” ( 3 II, 5,3 | reception of the remission~of sins in that it is not his own 4 II, 5,3 | it is not his own but the sins of another that are remitted.” ( 5 II, 5,3 | baptized for the remission of sins, in~order that what in them 6 II, 6,1 | even when we~were dead in sins, hath quickened us together 7 II, 6,1 | the propitiation~for our sins... We love Him, because 8 II, 6,4 | her freedom from personal~sins, was the fruit of the union 9 II, 6,5 | Christ took upon Himselfthe sins of the entire world; He 10 II, 6,5 | Christ “has covered our sins;” He is a “propitiation 11 II, 6,5 | a “propitiation for our sins;” by Him we have been~“reconciled 12 II, 6,6 | Mankind tried to erase its sins~by means of sacrifices, 13 II, 6,6 | the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only, 14 II, 6,6 | ours only, but also for the sins of the~whole world” (1 John 15 II, 6,6 | accomplished the cleansing of the sins of the world, the reconciliation 16 II, 6,6 | make reconciliation for the sins of the people. For in~that 17 II, 6,6 | we ask forgiveness of our sins; for the Heavenly Father 18 II, 6,6 | the propitiation for our sins” (1~John 4:10;. “Propitiation” 19 II, 6,8 | also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, 20 II, 6,8 | Holy Spirit: Whosesoever sins ye remit, they are remitted 21 II, 6,8 | unto them; and whosesoever~sins ye retain, they are retained” ( 22 II, 7,5 | and beg for forgiveness of sins, peace for~the world, and 23 II, 7,5 | have submitted to various sins . . . The Church~judges 24 II, 7,5 | that they are subject to sins, they remain and are acknowledged 25 II, 7,5 | of~repentance for their sins, as it says in the Catechism ( 26 II, 7,6 | Holy Spirit. Whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted 27 II, 7,6 | unto them; and~whose soever sins ye retain, they are retained” ( 28 II, 8,1 | received the remission of sins is already among the saved 29 II, 8,1 | was purged~from his old sins” (2 Pet. 1:3-9). We read 30 II, 8,1 | for the remission of past sins, and not for assistance 31 II, 8,1 | assistance against committing~sins in the future, let him be 32 II, 8,2 | healed of spiritual diseases (sins). In Priesthood he receives 33 II, 8,3 | Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the 34 II, 8,3 | Baptism for the remission~of sins.” This signifies that Baptism 35 II, 8,3 | communicate a new life. All sins are forgiven, both~original 36 II, 8,3 | original sin and personal sins; the way is opened for a 37 II, 8,5 | many for the remission of sins” (Matt. 26:26-28).~The same 38 II, 8,5 | many for the remission of sins,”~are completely clear and 39 II, 8,5 | of GodWho takes away the sins of the world, Who is offered 40 II, 8,5 | many for the remission of sins.” Therefore, from the beginning~ 41 II, 8,5 | for the remission of their sins. This is evident from the 42 II, 8,6 | offer repentance~of their sins, the remission of sins is 43 II, 8,6 | their sins, the remission of sins is bestowed by the mercy 44 II, 8,6 | received forgiveness of sins, again becomes innocent 45 II, 8,6 | spiritual medicine.” One’s sins, which draw a man downward, 46 II, 8,6 | relieved of the burden of sins, a man again comes to life 47 II, 8,6 | 1) the confession of his sins before~a pastor of the Church 48 II, 8,6 | though the confession of sins~comprises only the first, 49 II, 8,6 | the manifestation of one’s sins.~Confession — that is, pronouncing 50 II, 8,6 | not only to~the removal of sins, but so that there might 51 II, 8,6 | father — the~confession of sins — has the significance that 52 II, 8,6 | pride, the~chief source of sins, and b) the despondency 53 II, 8,6 | Holy Spirit Whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted 54 II, 8,6 | unto them; and whose~soever sins ye retain, they are retained'” ( 55 II, 8,6 | of God’s mercy and~remits sins not on his own authority, 56 II, 8,6 | remember that the remission of sins in the Mystery is an~act 57 II, 8,6 | cases or conditions when sins are not forgiven. In the 58 II, 8,6 | reason why the forgiveness of sins is not possible is to be 59 II, 8,6 | believe that, even in these sins, the sinners, if they~offer 60 II, 8,6 | repentance and weep over their sins, will be forgiven. “For,” 61 II, 8,6 | of forgiveness~for deadly sins: “The sin unto death is 62 II, 8,6 | or the quality of their sins, or because of the character 63 II, 8,6 | sake~of “satisfaction for sins,” as the Roman theologians 64 II, 8,6 | increase sorrow for the sins performed and to support~ 65 II, 8,6 | satisfaction of God’s justice for sins, but that they had in mind 66 II, 8,6 | a) every sin or sum of sins must have an ecclesiastical~ 67 II, 8,6 | a Divine punishment~for sins); b) this punishment can 68 II, 8,9 | and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven~ 69 II, 8,9 | illness and the forgiveness of sins.~One cannot understand the 70 II, 8,9 | a prayer of remission of sins. A whole assembly of servants 71 II, 8,9 | proper confession of~his sins. This lightening of the 72 II, 9,1 | for the forgiveness of sins, for the giving of good 73 II, 9,2 | for the remission of their sins.~“And this is the confidence 74 II, 9,2 | have died with unrepented sins, outside the communion of~ 75 II, 9,2 | That the remission of sins for those who have sinned 76 II, 9,3 | asks forgiveness for their sins, for~there is no man without 77 II, 9,3 | for the forgiveness of the sins of the departed one and~ 78 II, 9,3 | for the remission of our sins, and for our moral advancement,~ 79 Add, 0,3| remaineth~no more sacrifice for sins, but only a certain fearful 80 Add, 0,4| remaineth no more sacrifice for sins, but a certain fearful looking~ 81 Add, 0,4| out your soul,~bound by sins. Occupy yourself therefore 82 Add, 0,4| trembles. The awareness of sins always torments us, all 83 Add, 0,4| shall cover a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8).~For the 84 Add, 0,7| arbitrary~way, but it is our own sins that prevent God from shining 85 Add, 0,7| we gain release from our sins, this~does not mean that 86 App, 5,1| prayer for the remission of sins, that “his soul be numbered 87 App, 5,1| because~of his personal sins, he responds with his own 88 App, 5,1| the forgiveness of their sins (since they are holy before


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