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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| books, which for the most~part were composed in heretical 2 Intro, A,5| asked to stand in the back part of the church, in the narthex, 3 Intro, B,1| Church, particularly the part which contains an exposition 4 Intro, B,2| justified, has for the most part been one-sided and unfair, 5 I | Part I.~God in Himself~The dogma 6 I, 1,1 | On the Holy Spirit,” Part III, p. 88 in the Russian 7 I, 1,5 | glass, darkly; and I know in part” (1~Cor. 13:12). The degree 8 I, 1,9 | John Chrysostom, Vol. IV, Part One) (It should not be~thought 9 I, 1,9 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, Part One, Chapter 11; The Fathers 10 I, 1,15 | not as it were in some part of Him, or by merely~sending 11 I, 2,4 | escaped me for the most part, and~left me down below 12 I, 2,7 | Mark of~Ephesus, who took part in the Council of Florence ( 13 I, 2,9 | explained, for the most part, by the fact that in the 14 I, 2,9 | Church of the 4th century and part of the 5th century (Sts.~ 15 I, 2,11 | Transition to the Second Part of Dogmatic Theology.~When 16 I, 2,11 | Dogmatic Theology in its Second Part is the recognition of the 17 II | Part II~God Manifest in the World~ 18 II, 3,1 | from God. It is not~(1) part of His Essence,~(2) nor 19 II, 3,6 | souls, in order to receive a part in~eternal blessedness or 20 II, 3,6 | spoke, and having taken a part of the newly-created earth, 21 II, 3,6 | a greater care on God's part for man than for the other 22 II, 3,6 | spirit” that is an essential part of human nature? Likewise,~ 23 II, 3,6 | the brain is the inward part of the same bodily nature, 24 II, 3,6 | the Apostle as the hidden part of the soul~of a man.~In 25 II, 3,6 | higher harmony of the hidden~part of the soul which is formed 26 II, 3,6 | image,” but precisely what part of our nature manifests 27 II, 5,1 | opposed strivings on the part of blind elemental powers 28 II, 5,3 | corruption that are now part of~our sinful nature, but 29 II, 5,3 | theosis) and the unspotted part of~man (and thus to Christology) 30 II, 6,2 | have been said by the best part of mankind; it had become 31 II, 6,2 | oracles referred for the most part to the destiny of peoples, 32 II, 6,2 | doing;~• when for the most part mankind had reached an extreme 33 II, 6,2 | best, although smallest, part of humanity had an especially 34 II, 6,2 | the whole of~the civilized part of humanity had been united 35 II, 6,3 | possessed this essential part of human nature; or, to 36 II, 6,3 | in a hidden form but in part openly in the Protestantism 37 II, 6,4 | was prepared by the best part of mankind as a worthy vessel 38 II, 6,5 | gift of salvation on the part of each of the faithful, 39 II, 6,6 | over to God of the best part of what was in~man’s possession, 40 II, 6,7 | also Himself likewise took part in” our flesh and blood ( 41 II, 7,2 | indicates the unity of this part with the whole, with the 42 II, 7,3 | in the measure of every part, maketh increase of the 43 II, 7,3 | about a house, that one part of it is rotten and the 44 II, 7,3 | is rotten and the other part~strong, and he should restore 45 II, 7,5 | Already~the fact that one part of this broad Christian 46 II, 7,5 | invisible side, like a ship a part of~which is hidden in the 47 II, 7,6 | in a house building each part has its own use, so also 48 II, 7,6 | Spirit and wisdom.” They took part in preaching, as did St. 49 II, 7,6 | Tertullian,~“Against Marcian,” part 4, ch. 5).~Among the bishops 50 II, 8,1 | preceded by a break on the part of the future member~of 51 II, 8,1 | remain in it, if on his part he applies efforts to preserve 52 II, 8,4 | Needs); while signing each part of the body he pronounces 53 II, 8,5 | this~means of expression in part is to be explained by the 54 II, 8,5 | we believe that in every part — even in the smallest particle — 55 II, 8,6 | only the first, preliminary part of it), and this indicates 56 II, 8,6 | Quinisext Council (considered as part of the Sixth Ecumenical 57 II, 8,8 | action of Marriage.~The chief part in the rite of the Mystery 58 II, 8,9 | and is not a necessary part of the~rites administered 59 II, 9,1 | the Church, leading each part of it into the common life 60 II, 9,1 | the body, animating~each part and helping it by nourishing, 61 II, 9,1 | odes, which are a regular part of the services of Matins~ 62 II, 9,2 | prayer with them on the part of the pilgrim Church (on 63 II, 9,3 | face to face; now I know in part, but then shall I know even 64 II, 9,7 | battle with the~flesh, on the part of the desert dwellers and 65 II, 0,1 | ages. And an inseparable~part of Christian teaching is 66 II, 0,1 | eternal life. The last part of~dogmatic theology thus 67 II, 0,2 | can judge of this only in part from separate expressions 68 II, 0,2 | particular judgment also a large part in the~fate of a man after 69 II, 0,2 | supported~by prayer on the part of the living members of 70 Add, 0,3 | the members of its earthly part and for the blessed, joyful,~ 71 Add, 0,3 | in the measure of every part, maketh increase of the 72 Add, 0,4 | further into the central~part of the city. Of course, 73 Add, 0,7 | not touch those~who “have part in the first resurrection” ( 74 App, 1 | has revealed only a small part of the~knowledge of God 75 App, 4 | and public life.~A large part of the ideas in the book 76 App, 5,1 | exposition we will, for the most part, make use of~Professor Golubinsky' 77 App, 5,1 | Greek word canon, it forms a~part of the terminology of the 78 App, 5,3 | inquest or proclamation on the part of the Great Church of Constantinople, 79 App, 5,3 | saints is, for the most part, combined with the~uncovering 80 App, 5,5 | conciliar confession on the part of the Church~of a firm


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