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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,3| from early times in the “Roman Catholicchurch, but the 2 Intro, A,3| contrasting the teaching of Roman Catholicism and the true 3 Intro, A,4| without~these books. In the Roman Catholic Church since the 4 I, 2,7 | inherited this teaching from the Roman Church.~The Latin dogma 5 I, 2,7 | century), who~converted from Roman Catholicism to Orthodoxy, 6 I, 2,7 | Spirit.~In recent times, the Roman Church, out of “missionary” 7 I, 2,7 | Orthodox teaching and the Roman teaching of the Holy Spirit.~ 8 I, 2,7 | is only a disguise forthe Roman view that the Orthodox East 9 I, 2,7 | in accordance with the Roman theory of the “development 10 I, 2,7 | Opponents (of the present Roman teaching) are the~schismatic 11 I, 2,7 | Rome.~In their defense, Roman theologians cite a series 12 I, 2,7 | these passages cited by~Roman theologians are: the words 13 I, 2,7 | 22).~In like fashion, the Roman theologians find in the 14 I, 2,7 | Scripture.~In the present case, Roman Catholic theologians are 15 I, 2,7 | sending” of the Holy~Spirit, Roman theologians transferred 16 I, 2,7 | introducing a new dogma the Roman Church violated the~decree 17 I, 2,7 | its final form. Thus, the Roman Church also performed a 18 I, 2,7 | canonical violation.~But when Roman theologians try to say that 19 I, 2,7 | whole difference between Roman Catholicism~and Orthodoxy 20 I, 2,7 | is different from that of Roman Catholicism. 21 II, 3,5 | Jerusalem, “how many are the Roman nation; reckon how many~ 22 II, 3,6 | after the body's formation.~(Roman Catholic theology is decisively 23 II, 5,3 | of~which was followed by Roman Catholicism, and the other 24 II, 5,3 | other by Protestantism. Roman Catholic~theologians consider 25 II, 5,3 | foreign to it is the (later) Roman Catholic point of view, 26 II, 5,3 | character. The foundation of the Roman Catholic teaching lies in ( 27 II, 5,3 | fleshly over the spiritual, as Roman Catholic theology teaches. 28 II, 6,3 | been introduced~into the Roman Catholic Church. Although 29 II, 6,4 | direct deduction from the Roman~teaching on original sin. 30 II, 6,4 | original sin. According to the Roman teaching, the burden of 31 II, 6,4 | spread by Jesuits in the Roman Catholic world (Further 32 II, 6,4 | so-called Jubilee Year, the Roman Pope Pius XII triumphantly 33 II, 6,4 | teaching was deduced in Roman theology from the Roman 34 II, 6,4 | Roman theology from the Roman dogma of the Immaculate~ 35 II, 6,4 | logical deduction from the Roman teaching on original sin.~ 36 II, 6,4 | then, in the view of the Roman theologians,~she accepted 37 II, 6,4 | dogmas corresponds to the Roman theory of the “development 38 II, 6,4 | Conception in the sense of the Roman Catholic interpretation, 39 II, 6,4 | been established~by the Roman Church the cult of the “ 40 II, 6,6 | earth. Amen.~A note on the Roman Catholic teaching.~The interpretation 41 II, 6,6 | were accepted in medieval Roman Catholic theology in their 42 II, 7,2 | Palestine, then of the whole~Roman Empire, and even the lands 43 II, 7,3 | earth,” a title given in the Roman Catholic Church to the Bishop 44 II, 7,3 | and other bishops of the Roman Church, which ended thus: “ 45 II, 7,5 | a single~Apostle (as the Roman Church later taught), but 46 II, 7,6 | succession of the bishops of the Roman Church almost to the end 47 II, 7,6 | was appointed by John; the Roman~Church presents Clement, 48 II, 8,2 | before the schism of the Roman Church, there is nothing 49 II, 8,4 | the present time in the Roman church the anointment (which 50 II, 8,4 | feet. It is given in the Roman church to those who have 51 II, 8,6 | satisfaction for sins,” as the Roman theologians teach. They 52 II, 8,6 | Ecumenical Councils, p.~408).~The Roman Catholic view.~From this 53 II, 8,6 | the unacceptability of the Roman Catholic view of penances, 54 II, 8,6 | of supererogatory works (Roman Catholic theologians divide~ 55 II, 8,7 | hindrances to ordination. In the Roman Church in the fourth to 56 II, 8,7 | prohibition was not heeded by the Roman~popes.~The Protestants have 57 II, 8,8 | closest in faith to~Orthodoxy: Roman Catholics, Armenians, Episcopalians, 58 II, 8,9 | Unction among Protestants and Roman Catholics.~The Protestants 59 II, 8,9 | in church practice. The Roman Church up to now has given~ 60 II, 8,9 | Mystery is called among Roman CatholicsExtreme Unction,” 61 II, 8,9 | teaching appeared in the Roman Church beginning in the 62 II, 9,2 | references are to be found in the Roman, Spanish and Gallican~liturgies, 63 II, 0,2 | Church does not recognize the Roman Catholic~teaching of three 64 App, 1 | propositions. In discussions~with Roman Catholics, on the other 65 App, 1 | innovations made by the Roman Church in modern times, 66 App, 1 | union of Orthodoxy with the Roman Church, desiring to justify 67 App, 1 | dogmatic development of the~Roman Church defended the idea 68 App, 1 | by his sympathies~for the Roman church, but also by his 69 App, 5,1 | the canonization of the Roman confession. The Roman~Church' 70 App, 5,1 | the Roman confession. The Roman~Church's canonization, in 71 App, 5,4 | princes Boris and Gleb (named Roman and David at their baptism); 72 App, 5,6 | saints, as is accepted~in the Roman confession, which has instituted


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