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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 2,1 | intimately, partaker of flesh and blood with us (Heb. 2:14) in the 2 I, 2,9 | hath purchased with His own~blood” (Acts 20:28).~“We should 3 II, 3,6 | ungraspable, and is neither blood, nor air, nor fire, but 4 II, 3,6 | race: “He hath made of one blood all nations~of men” (Acts 5 II, 3,6 | like me and of the same blood with~me?) as thyself’ (Luke 6 II, 6,1 | have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness ofsins, 7 II, 6,3 | His~life-giving Flesh and Blood in all times throughout 8 II, 6,5 | been “sanctified by His blood;” we have been “resurrected 9 II, 6,6 | reflection:~“To whom was that Blood offered that was shed for 10 II, 6,6 | the~precious and famous Blood of our God and High Priest 11 II, 6,6 | on what principle did the Blood of His~Only-Begotten Son 12 II, 6,6 | fathers, but with the precious blood of Christ,~as of a lamb 13 II, 6,6 | redeemed us to God by Thy~blood” (Apoc. 5:9).~In all three 14 II, 6,6 | redeemed us to God by Thy blood” (Apoc. 5:9). We have been 15 II, 6,7 | the holy place with the blood of calves and goats; but 16 II, 6,7 | but this~One with His own blood entered once into the holy 17 II, 6,7 | took part in” our flesh and blood (Heb. 2:14), united Himself~ 18 II, 6,7 | reception of the Body and Blood of Christ. However, one 19 II, 7,3 | Bar-Jonah:~for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto 20 II, 7,5 | word~and watered with their blood. The unquenched flame of 21 II, 7,5 | Mysteries of the Body and Blood~of Christ, of baptism, and 22 II, 7,5 | have historical ties of~blood with her; others have lost 23 II, 7,6 | hath purchased with His own blood” (Acts20:28). However, from 24 II, 7,6 | Christ with his martyr’s blood; and like St. Philip, who 25 II, 8,2 | Mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ, or the Eucharist; 26 II, 8,3 | unbaptized as a~“Baptism of blood.” Baptism by sprinkling 27 II, 8,4 | Mystery of the holy Body and Blood of Christ will be performed,~ 28 II, 8,5 | into the true Body and true Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, 29 II, 8,5 | and wine into the Body and Blood of the Lord, and 2) the 30 II, 8,5 | Mystery of the Body and Blood of~Christ.” The Body and 31 II, 8,5 | of~Christ.” The Body and Blood of Christ in this Mystery 32 II, 8,5 | Son of Man, and drink His~blood, ye have no life in you, 33 II, 8,5 | My flesh, and drinketh My blood, hath eternal life,~and 34 II, 8,5 | flesh is meat indeed, and My blood is drink indeed.~He that 35 II, 8,5 | My flesh, and drinketh My blood dwelleth in Me, and I in 36 II, 8,5 | eat His Body and drink His Blood? But He confirms that He 37 II, 8,5 | concerning His Body and Blood are “spirit and life.” They 38 II, 8,5 | Communion of His Body and Blood is important not for the~ 39 II, 8,5 | all of it; for this is My~Blood of the New Testament, which 40 II, 8,5 | the new testament in My~Blood, which it shed for you” ( 41 II, 8,5 | broken for~you; this it My Blood of the New Testament, which 42 II, 8,5 | the true Body and the true Blood of Christ.~And this is completely 43 II, 8,5 | concerning His Body and Blood.~Having given communion 44 II, 8,5 | Son of Man and drink His blood, ye have no life in you.~ 45 II, 8,5 | not the communion of the Blood of Christ? The bread~which 46 II, 8,5 | be~guilty of the Body and Blood of the Lord. But let a man 47 II, 8,5 | reception of the true Body and Blood of~Christ.~Being united 48 II, 8,5 | in this cup, the precious Blood of Thy Christ; changing~ 49 II, 8,5 | changed into the Body and Blood by~the coming down of the 50 II, 8,5 | is the true Body and true~Blood of the Lord Jesus, only 51 II, 8,5 | into the true Body and true Blood of Christ, as the~Saviour 52 II, 8,5 | flesh is meat indeed, and My Blood is drink indeed” (John 6: 53 II, 8,5 | transubstantiated into the actual true Blood of the Lord, which at the 54 II, 8,5 | themselves, but the very Body~and Blood of the Lord, under the appearance 55 II, 8,5 | receiving~His Precious Body and Blood, we should believe that 56 II, 8,5 | of God into the Body and Blood of Christ, the ancient pastors 57 II, 8,5 | us, into our own body and blood~(St. John Damascene).~The 58 II, 8,5 | Mystery into the Body and Blood of~the Lord, He is present 59 II, 8,5 | Although, further, the Body and Blood of the Lord are broken in 60 II, 8,5 | Eucharist into the~Body and Blood, they no longer return to 61 II, 8,5 | but remain the Body and Blood of~the Lord forever, whether 62 II, 8,5 | remain the true Body~and Blood of Christ. There has likewise 63 II, 8,5 | the sacrificed Body and Blood once offered by our Redeemer 64 II, 8,5 | without the shedding of blood, without death, although 65 II, 8,5 | for you;” and giving His Blood He~added, “Which is shed 66 II, 8,5 | of Christ, but also the Blood of Christ. “Drink ye all 67 II, 8,5 | communion of the Body and Blood of the Lord is the essential, 68 II, 8,5 | Son of man, and drink His Blood, ye have no life~in you. 69 II, 8,5 | My Flesh, and drinketh My Blood, hath eternal life” (John 70 II, 8,5 | My Flesh, and drinketh My Blood, dwelleth in Me, and I in 71 II, 8,5 | partaking of the Body and Blood of~Christ brings all the 72 II, 8,7 | purchased it with~His own blood” (Acts 20:28). That this 73 II, 8,9 | Communion of the Body and Blood of Christ (This, of course, 74 II, 9,4 | was sanctified by the holy Blood of~the Lord Jesus Christ. 75 II, 9,4 | Sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Christ, and in the bestowing 76 II, 9,6 | of the Most Pure Body and Blood of Christ, might become~ 77 Add, 0,3| is not against flesh and blood.~Our life among a population 78 Add, 0,3| wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities,~ 79 App, 5,1| general, to persons of~close blood relation or acquainted with 80 App, 5,2| through the shedding of their blood; and c) outstanding hierarchs 81 App, 5,3| unto the shedding of one's blood, and finally,~3) the manifestation


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