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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| From the first days of her existence, the Holy Church of Christ 2 Intro, A,1| the first moment of her existence — we find such phrases as 3 I, 1,1 | Christian acknowledgment~of the existence of God is founded not upon 4 I, 1,6 | the Church applied to the existence of God~the term “He Who 5 I, 1,6 | fullness of the qualities of~existence. “God is a sea of being, 6 I, 1,7 | rational, free, and personal existence. If in the imperfect world 7 I, 1,7 | free and rational personal existence~in God Himself, who is the 8 I, 1,7 | cause or condition~of the existence of God.~ 9 I, 1,9 | pure, spiritual, most high Existence. Therefore, by bodily symbols 10 I, 1,10 | Eternal.~The existence of God is outside time, 11 I, 1,12 | wisdom of God that the whole existence of the world is directed 12 I, 1,16 | the world. The~world is an existence, which is outward with relation 13 I, 2,1 | eternal and pre-eternal existence, the Three Divine Persons 14 I, 2,4 | from the first days of her existence has performed baptism in~ 15 I, 2,5 | Second and Third Persons. The existence of the Son~and the Spirit 16 I, 2,5 | begotten” and “proceeds,” the existence of the Son~and the Spirit 17 I, 2,5 | out of non-existence. An existence which comes from the Essence~ 18 I, 2,6 | thought, having received its existence in thought.~Thought is, 19 I, 2,7 | the dogma of the personal existence of the Hypostases and the 20 I, 2,7 | is said~not that he has existence from the Son or through 21 I, 2,7 | is~shown the Cause of the existence of the Son and the Spirit. 22 I, 2,7 | the Holy Spirit~has His existence from Him. St. Maximus the 23 I, 2,7 | providential relations to the very existence~of the Godhead, to the relations 24 I, 2,9 | received the beginning of His existence~in time, although before 25 II, 3,2 | brought the universe into existence~out of nothingness.~St. 26 II, 3,2 | idea of the “pre-eternal existence~of mankind,” an idea which 27 II, 3,3 | and~give thanks for one's existence and for all of God's providence. 28 II, 3,3 | goodness alone He granted existence to angels, archangels, and 29 II, 3,3 | goodness,~deigned to give existence to things which did not 30 II, 3,5 | purpose and the form of~their existence?~Angels in Sacred Scripture.~ 31 II, 3,5 | Mankind knew about their existence from its first days in Paradise; 32 II, 3,5 | Seraphim.~Thus, concerning the existence of Angels and Archangels, 33 II, 3,6 | the very beginning of his existence. Further, it is said~that 34 II, 3,6 | consequently,~it had an eternal existence of its own before its incarnation 35 II, 3,6 | the Divine nature, both existence itself and everything in 36 II, 3,6 | everything in It which has existence~are unchangeable and immortal; 37 II, 3,6 | power of faith in the active existence of the~soul beyond the grave 38 II, 3,6 | God from~God together with existence, but the likeness we must 39 II, 3,6 | God is the aim of man's existence.~c. Man's immediate physical 40 II, 4,1 | of God keeps the world in existence and participates in all 41 II, 4,2 | expresses it, “having received existence, was~to grow and mature, 42 II, 5,1 | abnormal conditions for their existence,~introducing a cruel mutual 43 II, 5,1 | has any actual independent existence, like the elements and powers 44 II, 5,3 | dark thoughts concerning existence beyond the~grave: “For in 45 II, 5,3 | Christian Church in the existence of original sin may be~seen 46 II, 6,6 | general justification of human existence accomplished, and in what 47 II, 6,8 | and the beginning of the existence of the Heavenly~Church;~ 48 II, 6,8 | over hell and death.~Human existence after the loss of Paradise 49 II, 6,8 | The soul preserves its existence after bodily~death also, 50 II, 7,2 | Church of Christ received its existence with the coming to earth 51 II, 7,2 | world.~The beginning of its existence in its complete form and 52 II, 7,2 | its earthly conditions of existence.~The Church is our spiritual 53 II, 7,4 | are two separate forms of existence: there~in heaven is bodilessness, 54 II, 7,4 | one cannot represent the existence of these two regions, the 55 II, 7,5 | forever, in its constant existence. The~Apostle John the Theologian 56 II, 7,6 | end of the ages, until the existence of the earthly Church itself 57 II, 8,1 | world that supports~the existence of the world, its life, 58 II, 8,1 | its life, including the existence and life of mankind and 59 II, 8,2 | outward facts of the Church’s existence, and especially its coming~ 60 II, 8,3 | receives, in place of the old existence he had, a new existence 61 II, 8,3 | existence he had, a new existence and~life, and becomes a 62 II, 8,8 | beginning moment in the existence of the Christian family 63 II, 9,3 | the other realm of their existence, the~heavenly realm.~The 64 II, 9,5 | imaginary beings~that have no existence; and thus, in essence, it 65 II, 9,5 | expressed themselves~against the existence of statues and similar images, 66 Add, 0,7 | the Kingdom of Grace, the existence of the Church on earth, 67 App, 2 | ontology (the nature of existence), of God in Himself,~of 68 App, 2 | ontology:~the essence of existence, the oneness of existence, 69 App, 2 | existence, the oneness of existence, the relation between the 70 App, 2 | relationship as absolute existence to the world of manifestations.~ 71 App, 3 | the ontological side of existence,~that is, to the life of 72 App, 3 | higher, more perfect form of existence.~7. God, as the Absolute, 73 App, 3 | unapproachable sphere of existence which, as absolute existence, 74 App, 3 | existence which, as absolute existence, has no contact~with relative 75 App, 3 | no contact~with relative existence, with the world of phenomena.


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