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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| these books are joined to form~a single book, bringing 2 Intro, A,5| saints left us in~written form the words of invocation 3 Intro, A,5| general~received a written form and is now preserved in 4 Intro, A,5| in~a completely definite form in Scripture, while others 5 Intro, C | heresies: to find a precise form for the expression of the 6 Intro, C | must take an unalterable form.~Each epoch puts forth its 7 I, 1,6 | such a~way that, in their form, they answer not only the 8 I, 1,6 | their highest and infinite form” (St. Basil the~Great); “ 9 I, 1,7 | grammatically in a negative form, that~is, with the prefixes “ 10 I, 1,7 | view, that this negative form indicates~a “negation of 11 I, 1,7 | knowing.”~Thus, the negative form is really an affirmation 12 I, 1,7 | For a concept is itself a form of limitation”~(St. Gregory 13 I, 1,10 | time, for time is only a form of limited being, changeable~ 14 I, 1,16 | Virgin Mary, but it did not form from this any new, mixed 15 I, 1,18 | For a simple Jew this is a form of reverence and respect ( 16 I, 2,2 | text has~the grammatical form of the plural number.~Genesis 17 I, 2,2 | through Moses is in a triple form:~“The Lord bless thee... 18 I, 2,2 | throne of God is in a triple~form: “Holy, holy, holy, is the 19 I, 2,3 | His manifestation in the~form of a dove, as is expressed 20 I, 2,3 | Son; and the Spirit in the form of a dove confirmed Hisword 21 I, 2,3 | at the same time precise form express the truth of the 22 I, 2,5 | also uses the~present tense form: “He is begotten from all 23 I, 2,5 | both the reflexive, passive form of the present tense and 24 I, 2,5 | Father, appearing in the form of fiery tongues. The Son 25 I, 2,5 | curious to know in what~form this begetting was. You 26 I, 2,7 | the West in a developed~form (explicite, in accordance 27 I, 2,7 | dogma in a still undeveloped form (implicite). However, in 28 I, 2,7 | Council had given it its final form. Thus, the Roman Church 29 II, 3,1 | in time.~(b) It did not form itself, but is dependent 30 II, 3,4 | fore-ordained to a new and higher form of life. Divine~Revelation 31 II, 3,5 | is their purpose and the form of~their existence?~Angels 32 II, 3,5 | appear under such a different form as can be seen by those~ 33 II, 3,6 | will arise~in a renewed form and will again be united 34 II, 3,6 | and complete absence of form, and in general to the~fact 35 II, 3,6 | always~preserving a constant form in mortal membersJust 36 II, 3,6 | the higher, grace-given form of the life of the human 37 II, 5,2 | morning star).~Taking the form of a serpent, the devil 38 II, 5,3 | the devil, who~took the form of a serpent as corresponding 39 II, 6,2 | numerous prophecies in the form of prefigurations in the 40 II, 6,2 | a dry ground: He hath no form~nor comeliness; and when 41 II, 6,2 | the Saviour Himself in the form given~Him by the prophets. 42 II, 6,2 | even though in a distorted formtraditions~concerning 43 II, 6,3 | Trinity,~became man in the form of the God-Man, the Lord 44 II, 6,3 | Divinity remains in the human form of Christ: “For in Him dwelleth~ 45 II, 6,3 | themselves partly in a hidden form but in part openly in the 46 II, 6,4 | consequently she received, in the form of an exception, a supernatural 47 II, 6,6 | feeling of guilt in its purest form was present in the Jewish 48 II, 6,6 | theology, but in a changed form:~“the satisfaction of God’ 49 II, 6,8 | day of~Pentecost in the form of fiery tongues.~The descent 50 II, 6,8 | gifts of the Apostles in the form of signs, healings prophecies, 51 II, 7,2 | existence in its complete form and significance, with the 52 II, 7,3 | head of the Church in the~form of a “Vicar of Christ on 53 II, 7,5 | of faith and~life in the form in which they had received 54 II, 7,5 | confessions have “broken” in one form or~another, directly or 55 II, 7,5 | Church in its historical form;~they themselves have cut 56 II, 8,2 | Greek term. The adjectival formmystical,” used in the 57 II, 8,2 | joined with blessings in one form or another, and with special~ 58 II, 8,5 | with the bread, under the form of bread, in the bread”); 59 II, 8,5 | under the appearance and form of bread and wine.”~Such 60 II, 8,6 | prostrations;~and others. The basic form of epitimia which existed 61 II, 8,8 | as a chosen and a perfect form of life, the Church~blesses 62 II, 8,9 | sacred action in a definite form, which was to enter into 63 II, 8,9 | order; this is done in the form of a cross on the forehead, 64 II, 8,9 | already near death, as a form of preparation for death,~ 65 II, 9,1 | Prayer. Prayer is a) the form of the~Church's life, b) 66 II, 9,1 | before God sometimes has the form of a conversation with~one' 67 II, 9,2 | death, only in a different form than on earth, and that 68 Add, 0,4 | departed in~their earthly form. The account of Theodora 69 Add, 0,4 | Judgment is presented in the form of thetoll-houses, although 70 Add, 0,5 | lovers of God,~having a form of godliness, but denying 71 Add, 0,7 | doubt that the~appearance or form of the resurrected righteous 72 Add, 0,7 | doubt will rise~in a new form, but while receiving an 73 Add, 0,7 | in~their authentic future form; nor can we fully understand 74 App, 1 | dogmatic theology, in its~usual form, satisfy the need of the 75 App, 2 | Scripture in such a limited~form (and, with regard to God, 76 App, 2 | regard to God, in a hidden form), but also for psychological 77 App, 3 | salvation of the world, in the form in which it is given by 78 App, 3 | into a~higher, more perfect form of existence.~7. God, as 79 App, 5,1 | canonization, in its contemporary form, consists of a solemn proclamation 80 App, 5,3 | Russian Church, one may form for oneself an idea as to 81 App, 5,4 | they conformed~to a set form and were satisfactory from


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