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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,11 | desires too much on his earthly well being. Nevertheless, 2 I, 1,11 | giving to us of temporal, earthly goods together with the 3 I, 2,4 | Trinity a little closer to our earthly concepts, to~bring what 4 I, 2,8 | with humanity, united the earthly with~the heavenly. However, 5 I, 2,9 | during the days~of His earthly life was in a condition 6 II, 3,4 | and present condition. The earthly world in its~highest representatives — 7 II, 3,5 | and power they surpass all earthly governments and authorities ( 8 II, 3,5 | are in charge of certain earthly elements. The Seer~of mysteries, 9 II, 3,6 | Creation~In the ladder of the earthly creation, man is placed 10 II, 3,6 | and in relationship to all~earthly beings he occupies the reigning 11 II, 3,6 | reigning position. Being earthly, according to his gifts 12 II, 3,6 | man from already existing earthly elements, and He created 13 II, 3,6 | living, organic union of the earthly and the heavenly, the material 14 II, 3,6 | the body in the course of earthly life (2 Cor. 5:10).~An even 15 II, 3,6 | elements, having a nature not earthly, but above the world, heavenly. 16 II, 3,6 | soul compared to everything earthly was expressed by the Lord 17 II, 3,6 | before its incarnation in earthly man, in Adam.~(This view 18 II, 3,6 | Divine and the nature of the earthly are~not identical. In the 19 II, 3,6 | For we know that, if our earthly house of this tabernacle~ 20 II, 3,6 | being not limited~only to earthly, animal needs and to the 21 II, 3,6 | raised man above all the earthly world, having given him 22 II, 3,6 | been placed as the~crown of earthly creation and the king of 23 II, 3,6 | between the Creator and the~earthly creation: in particular 24 II, 3,6 | keep the whole chain of earthly creatures in a harmonious 25 II, 5,3 | and the crown of all the earthly creatures? To~this question 26 II, 5,3 | labors and struggles of our earthly pilgrimage.”~The history 27 II, 6,3 | of~voluntary sin. In His earthly life the Lord was free of 28 II, 6,4 | twelve years of the Lord’s~earthly life proceeded.~c) When, 29 II, 6,5 | and significance~of the earthly ministry of Christ; there 30 II, 6,7 | Those were priests of the earthly tabernacle made by hands; 31 II, 6,7 | chiefly for the sake~of an earthly, temporal prosperity, the 32 II, 6,7 | God-Manhood, both in His earthly ministry until His~death 33 II, 6,8 | Paradise has two forms: a) the earthly, bodily life; and b)~the 34 II, 6,8 | b)~the life after death.~Earthly life ends with the death 35 II, 7,1 | Lord Jesus Christ, by His earthly life, His death on the Cross 36 II, 7,2 | 10).In the sense of its earthly growth, the Church develops 37 II, 7,2 | which are necessary~for its earthly conditions of existence.~ 38 II, 7,4 | heaven: the members of the earthly Church are not yet members 39 II, 7,4 | who being now on their earthly pilgrimage have~not yet 40 II, 7,4 | regions, the heavenly and the~earthly, as completely separate. 41 II, 7,4 | this world, put off the earthly body, but have not put off~ 42 II, 7,5 | performed the work of His earthly ministry and death on the 43 II, 7,5 | it now. They were in the earthly~Church, and they are now 44 II, 7,5 | that is both heavenly and earthly; it is holy with a heavenly-earthly~ 45 II, 7,5 | itself the heavenly and the~earthly. Further, it is a fact that 46 II, 7,6 | Jesus Christ during His earthly ministry chose from among 47 II, 7,6 | until the existence of the earthly Church itself should come 48 II, 8,1 | of God to earth, by His earthly life, His death on the Cross, 49 II, 8,2 | who even on earth became “earthly angels and heavenly men” — 50 II, 8,7 | given by the Lord in His earthly ministry. “I am the~good 51 II, 9,1 | Father, the members of the earthly~Church with each other, 52 II, 9,1 | with each other, and the earthly members with the heavenly 53 II, 9,1 | body, both~heavenly and earthly. Repentance before God sometimes 54 II, 9,1 | faileth (1 Cor. 13:8),~the earthly members of the Church not 55 II, 9,1 | of the heavenly with the earthly is founded also~the concern 56 II, 9,3 | saints in heaven for their earthly brethren. The witnesses 57 II, 9,5 | heavenly world into~which our earthly thinking and realism cannot 58 II, 9,7 | in their shame, who mind~earthly things” (Phil. 3:18-19).~ 59 II, 9,7 | and other strugglers — “earthly angels and heavenly~men,” 60 II, 0,2 | the toll-houses: 'Accept~earthly things here as the weakest 61 Add, 0,3| Church is the heavenly and earthly~Body of Christ, pre-designated 62 Add, 0,3| perfection of the members of its earthly part and for the blessed, 63 Add, 0,3| might ennoble and exalt earthly life itself — both the personal 64 Add, 0,3| flocks: the heavenly and the earthly (Epistle of the Eastern 65 Add, 0,3| the Theologian gave to the earthly Church of his time the name 66 Add, 0,3| all” (1 Cor. 15:28). The earthly life of the~Christian should 67 Add, 0,3| attachment~to what is exclusively earthly. And, although we are ready 68 Add, 0,4| partly figurative,~close to earthly images which were known 69 Add, 0,4| clear to anyone that purely earthly images are applied to a 70 Add, 0,4| of the departed in~their earthly form. The account of Theodora 71 Add, 0,4| Concerning all the sensual, earthly images by which the Particular 72 Add, 0,4| Father, the members of the earthly Church with themselves,~ 73 Add, 0,4| and the members of the earthly Church with the Heavenly 74 Add, 0,4| during the days of their earthly life. Those who pray can~ 75 Add, 0,5| heaven, and endure their earthly~death only during the reign 76 Add, 0,7| belonged to their souls in this earthly life: “THIS corruptible 77 Add, 0,7| spiritual, heavenly, not having earthly, bodily~needs. Life after 78 Add, 0,7| there is a future, purely earthly — even though blessed — 79 Add, 0,7| the text above): “Accept earthly things here as the~weakest 80 Add, 0,7| according to our experience~of earthly matter, is still somehow “ 81 App, 3 | is incommensurable with~earthly creatures and can have a 82 App, 3 | a being both divine and earthly iscommensurable both with 83 App, 5,1| that the thought of their earthly brethren is not channeled~ 84 App, 5,1| Church even during their earthly activity; they are her glory 85 App, 5,4| monks who,~“striving for earthly glory and desirous of attracting 86 App, 5,5| he shone throughout his earthly life, news of the evangelical


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