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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| Tradition.”~One must keep in mind that the ancient Church 2 Intro, A,5| produces disorder to the mind, and there are two evil 3 Intro, C,1| truths, a directing of the mind~and heart towards God, and 4 I, 1,1 | acknowledge God~with the mind, but also to strive towards 5 I, 1,2 | also with knowledge of the mind, it gives a world view.~ 6 I, 1,5 | The powerlessness of our mind to comprehend God is expressed 7 I, 1,5 | just as impossible for our mind to hold a conception~of 8 I, 1,6 | through all of this in your mind, go about heaven and,~standing 9 I, 1,6 | your thoughts, raising your mind beyond the boundaries of 10 I, 1,6 | boundaries of it,~present to your mind the essence of God, unmoving, 11 I, 1,6 | entirely thought, entirely~mind, entirely source of all 12 I, 1,7 | bounds, inaccessible to the~mind, uncontainable, incomprehensible, 13 I, 1,12 | enough to occupy your entire mind, in beholding the art with 14 I, 1,16 | active, but our creature-like mind cannot understand the concept 15 I, 2,1 | difficult for the limited human mind to grasp. This is why no 16 I, 2,4 | which come from it; (f) mind, will, and memory; (g) consciousness,~ 17 I, 2,4 | considered this matter in my own~mind, and have looked at it in 18 I, 2,4 | presents a standing point to my mind in these illustrations from 19 I, 2,7 | Holy Spirit.~With this in mind, the popes have kept the 20 I, 2,9 | Father, one should bear in mind the~following: a) that the 21 I, 2,9 | is essential to keep in mind that to call the Lord Jesus 22 I, 2,10 | especially important to have in mind those passages which a) 23 I, 2,11 | Dogmatic Theology.~When man's mind is directed towards the 24 I, 2,11 | them.~But when the same mind of a believing man is turned 25 I, 2,11 | in everything the power, mind, goodness~and mercy of God: “ 26 II, 3,3 | for the creation in the mind of God, the Orthodox Confession 27 II, 3,4 | reveals it. The~world-creating Mind likewise beheld, in His 28 II, 3,5 | elevated than the human mind. According to the explanation 29 II, 3,6 | which is temporal, with his mind~he contemplates the eternal 30 II, 3,6 | of the soul~they had in mind to distinguish the spirituality 31 II, 3,6 | thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength;~ 32 II, 3,6 | soul, which he calls the mind. But the Divine Scripture 33 II, 4,1 | For Who hathknown the mind of the Lord? Or who hath 34 II, 4,2 | intimate union with Him.~Man's mind was pure, bright, and sound. 35 II, 4,2 | at the same time it was a mind limited and~untested by 36 II, 4,2 | the fall into sin. Man's mind had~yet to develop and be 37 II, 4,2 | acts beneficially upon~the mind, humbling its pride; upon 38 II, 4,2 | moral purity, clarity of mind, the perfection of~first-created 39 II, 5,3 | reason is to grow proud in mind; that instead of acknowledging 40 II, 5,3 | warring~against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity 41 II, 5,3 | sin” (Rom. 6:7). Both the mind and the feelings have become 42 II, 6,3 | received had not had a human mind, then the one who entered~ 43 II, 6,3 | but that~His spirit (or “mind”) was not human but Divine, 44 II, 6,3 | one must of course have in~mind that the Councils and Church 45 II, 6,5 | mystery, the~Crucifixion, that mind cannot comprehend, and the 46 II, 6,6 | Apostles already have in mind men~who have come to believe 47 II, 7,5 | Divinity (the Saint has in mind here the Arians,~who taught 48 II, 7,5 | is essential to have in~mind that the Church was catholic 49 II, 7,5 | based only upon oneness of mind, and not upon differences~ 50 II, 7,5 | not upon differences~of mind. The Church is “the pillar 51 II, 7,6 | filthy lucre, but of a ready mind; neither as being lords 52 II, 8,1 | are important~to keep in mind, because in Protestantism 53 II, 8,2 | mysterion Theou), they have in mind various forms of their~ministry 54 II, 8,3 | baptism “in Christ” have in mind to distinguish this baptism 55 II, 8,5 | which these writers had in~mind: for example, Origen was 56 II, 8,6 | downward, which dull his mind,~heart and conscience, which 57 II, 8,6 | John Chrysostom, having in mind the Divine institution of 58 II, 8,6 | sins, but that they had in mind the goodinfluence of these 59 II, 8,8 | 1 Cor. 7:28).~Having in mind the Christian purpose of 60 II, 8,9 | defilement. There is also kept in mind the fact that a person~who 61 II, 9,1 | prayer, or the prayer of the mind in the heart.~The content 62 II, 9,4 | Prayer is the offering of the mind and heart to God. However, 63 II, 9,5 | similar images, they have in mind the pagan worship (the~Council 64 II, 9,5 | more capable of raising the mind and heart to heavenly realities.)~ 65 II, 9,7 | one’s whole heart, soul, mind, and understanding; and~ 66 II, 9,7 | glory is in their shame, who mind~earthly things” (Phil. 3: 67 II, 9,7 | first of all brings to his mind that he is called to follow 68 Add, 0,4 | and~sweet and joyous, a mind bright as the sun; brightly 69 Add, 0,7 | arise before the curious mind in connection with them.~ 70 Add, 0,7 | those who are blinded in mind, that~is, for those who 71 App, 1 | inactive image in God's mind, but a living spiritual~ 72 App, 1 | the curiosity of the human mind.~There is no doubt that 73 App, 1 | speculations and place the mind before new difficulties. 74 App, 2 | personal predisposition of mind and heart; in other words,~ 75 App, 2 | free way, wherever the free mind draws you,” says the duty 76 App, 3 | gradually revealed to the mind of man and to mankind, and 77 App, 4 | For who hath known the~mind of the Lord, or who hath 78 App, 5,2 | this~was that, for peace of mind and the establishment of


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