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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| called straight, right, in Greek, orthos — that is, “orthodoxy.” 2 Intro, A,1| with a chisel, from the Greek orthotomounta)~the word 3 Intro, A,2| ancient Greeks and Romans the Greek word dogmat was used~to 4 Intro, A,3| where there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor~ 5 Intro, A,4| of the “Septuagint” — the~Greek translation of the Old Testament 6 Intro, A,4| translate the Old Testament~into Greek. The Hebrew originals of 7 Intro, A,7| Apostolic teaching. Canon is a Greek word which literally means “ 8 Intro, A,8| certain private opinions (In Greek: theologoumena) of~the holy 9 Intro, B,1| Symbolic Guides” (from the Greek symballo,~meaning “to unite;” 10 I, 1,6 | good” and “God” in the Greek languageTheos, meaning” 11 I, 2,3 | is missing in the ancient Greek manuscripts~that have been 12 I, 2,5 | tenses in the Russian and Greek verbs here; the single English 13 I, 2,6 | as it was interpreted in Greek philosophy and in the~Jewish 14 I, 2,7 | Already in the~year 808 Greek monks protested against 15 I, 2,9 | essence” was expressed~in the Greek language by the word ousia, 16 I, 2,9 | thesentence construction in the Greek language (a common article 17 I, 2,9 | are one” (John 10:30) — in Greek, en esmen, one in essence.~“ 18 II, 5,3 | need not be the case.~In Greek (and Russian) there are 19 II, 5,3 | Orthodox scholar in the Greek (Old Calendar) Church describes 20 II, 5,3 | There are two terms used in Greek for 'original sin.' The 21 II, 5,3 | translated~'original sin,' though Greek theologians are careful 22 II, 5,3 | sin.' John Karmiria, the Greek theologian, suggests in 23 II, 5,3 | original sin. As recent Greek theologians have~pointed 24 II, 6,2 | Hebrews~had been made into Greek, and many pagan scholars, 25 II, 6,3 | not~spare His own (in the Greek, idion) Son, but delivered 26 II, 6,3 | pretended or “seeming” (Greek dokeo, “to seem”).~At the 27 II, 6,3 | the Monothelites~(from the Greek thelima, “desire” or “will”), 28 II, 6,6 | philological examination of~the Greek words which correspond to 29 II, 6,6 | great importance.~In the Greek text of the New Testament 30 II, 6,6 | people, namely (according~to Greek dictionaries), 1) ransoming 31 II, 6,6 | direct translation of the Greek word ilasmos. The same use 32 II, 7,1 | Church is the “assembly,” in Greek, ekklesia, from~ekkaleo, 33 II, 7,3 | Church, as their co-pastor (Greek syn-presbyteros), “when 34 II, 7,3 | the “Invisible Bishop” (Greek: episkopos aoratos).~Christ 35 II, 7,5 | Church~Its unity.~In the Greek text the word “in One,” 36 II, 7,5 | Sultan, the parts of the Greek Church in Greece itself~ 37 II, 7,5 | Its catholicity.~In the Greek text of the Nicaean Constantinoplitan 38 II, 7,5 | the significance of this~Greek word?~The word catholikos 39 II, 7,5 | word catholikos in ancient Greek, pre-Christian literature 40 II, 7,6 | in accordance with the~Greek usage of that time. In our 41 II, 8,1 | writings often used the Greek word charis, “grace,” as 42 II, 8,1 | saved,” is imprecise; the Greek text has the present participle: “ 43 II, 8,2 | The wordmysteries” (Greek mysteria) is~the term used 44 II, 8,2 | often prefer to use the Greek term. The adjectival form “ 45 II, 8,2 | of God”~(1 Cor. 4:1, in Greek, oikonomous mysterion Theou), 46 II, 8,3 | performed through immersion. The Greek word baptizo itself~signifies “ 47 II, 8,4 | Chrisma and Christos in Greek signifyanointment” and “ 48 II, 8,5 | bread is called artos in Greek (John, ch. 6, the Gospels 49 II, 8,5 | unleavened” is expressed in Greek by the adjective azymos): 50 II, 8,7 | called cheirotesia (from a Greek word that has a purely Christian 51 II, 9,5 | and~honorable reverence (Greek: timitiki proskynisis), 52 II, 9,5 | that true worship of faith (Greek:~latreia) which pertains 53 II, 9,6 | remains of the saints (in Greek, ta leipsana; in Latin, 54 Add, 0,7 | of “chiliasm”~(from the Greek chiliasmos, a thousand years). 55 Add, 0,7 | innocence (apokatastasis~in Greek). The condemnation at the 56 App, 2 | threw out a bridge from Greek philosophy to~Christian 57 App, 2 | Arianism had taken from Greek philosophy its fundamental 58 App, 2 | conceptions, the interest~in Greek philosophy gradually died 59 App, 2 | soteriological (from~the Greek soteria, “salvation”). Questions 60 App, 4 | the Old Testament (in~the Greek translation) and of the 61 App, 5,1 | etymologically derived from the Greek word canon, it forms a~part 62 App, 5,2 | Thus, judging from ancient Greek liturgical calendars, one 63 App, 5,2 | may surmise that in the Greek Church~all Orthodox bishops 64 App, 5,2 | divine priesthood.~In the Greek Church, until the eleventh 65 App, 5,2 | veneration.~In the future the Greek Church was to know two classifications 66 App, 5,3 | Under Turkish rule, the Greek Church had no small number 67 App, 5,3 | denouncing Islam. The~later Greek Church, and the universal 68 App, 5,3 | many cases. A great many Greek martyrs were not proclaimed~ 69 App, 5,6 | followed~the path of the Greek Church; while the Russian


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