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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,5| ancient traditions of rite and dogma — in particular, there is 2 Intro, A,9| Church, both in the sphere of dogma and of morals. This is~splendidly 3 I | Part I.~God in Himself~The dogma of faith. Belief or faith 4 I, 1,1 | The dogma of faith.~The first word 5 I, 2 | 2. The dogma of the Holy Trinity~ 6 I, 2,1 | and triple in Persons. The dogma of the Trinity is the second~ 7 I, 2,1 | is the second~fundamental dogma of Christianity. A whole 8 I, 2,1 | beginning first with the dogma of our Redemption. Because 9 I, 2,1 | the Church.~Because the dogma of the All-Holy Trinity 10 I, 2,1 | intense as that over this dogma and the truths that are 11 I, 2,1 | immediately~bound up with it.~The dogma of the Holy Trinity includes 12 I, 2,1 | mystical nature of this dogma, the Church of Christ sees 13 I, 2,1 | non-Christian religions. The dogma of the Three Persons indicates~ 14 I, 2,1 | the Divine~Life also. The dogma of the Three Persons indicates 15 I, 2,4 | The dogma of the Holy Trinity in the 16 I, 2,4 | battle in~the defense of the dogma of the Holy Trinity. The 17 I, 2,4 | such precise words for this~dogma as could best protect the 18 I, 2,4 | as could best protect the dogma of the Holy Trinity against 19 I, 2,5 | Hebrews, 1:5; 5:5). The dogma of the procession of the 20 I, 2,5 | the past participle.)~The dogma of the begetting of the 21 I, 2,7 | became sharper, the Latin dogma~became increasingly strengthened 22 I, 2,7 | a universally~obligatory dogma. Protestantism inherited 23 I, 2,7 | Roman Church.~The Latin dogma of the Filioque is a substantial 24 I, 2,7 | from Orthodox~truth. This dogma was subjected to a detailed 25 I, 2,7 | rejection by Rome of its own dogma. At best, it is only a disguise 26 I, 2,7 | backwardness, and that the dogma expressed in the West in 27 I, 2,7 | concealed~in the Orthodox dogma in a still undeveloped form ( 28 I, 2,7 | treatment of the Orthodox dogma~of the procession of the 29 I, 2,7 | 1916).~However, the Latin dogma agrees neither with Sacred 30 I, 2,7 | two dogmas — that is,~the dogma of the personal existence 31 I, 2,7 | of the Hypostases and the dogma of the Oneness of Essence~ 32 I, 2,7 | although it is a separate dogma — or else they are confusing~ 33 I, 2,7 | expressions refer to the~dogma of the Oneness of Essence, 34 I, 2,7 | distinguish this from another~dogma, the dogma of the begetting 35 I, 2,7 | from another~dogma, the dogma of the begetting and the 36 I, 2,7 | expression, preserving the dogma of the procession from the 37 I, 2,7 | noticed a distortion of the dogma of the Holy Spirit in~the 38 I, 2,7 | special~treatise about this dogma.~The providential sending 39 I, 2,7 | side, by introducing a new dogma the Roman Church violated 40 I, 2,7 | does not at all comprise a dogma of the Orthodox Church; 41 II, 3,6 | linked with this view the dogma of the Immaculate Conception 42 II, 6,3 | the Church revealed the dogma of the one Hypostasis of 43 II, 6,4 | closest fashion, with the dogma of~God the Word’s becoming 44 II, 6,4 | proceed immediately from the dogma of the unity of the Hypostasis 45 II, 6,4 | Matthew and Luke. This dogma was entered into the Symbol 46 II, 6,4 | Mary is Theotokos.~With the dogma of the Son of God’s becoming 47 II, 6,4 | Theotokos.”~The Roman-Catholic dogma of the immaculate conception.~ 48 II, 6,4 | immaculate conception.~The dogma of the Immaculate Conception 49 II, 6,4 | The definition of this dogma says that the Most Holy 50 II, 6,4 | acknowledgement of this dogma was preceded in the West 51 II, 6,4 | triumphantly proclaimed a~second dogma, the dogma of the Assumption 52 II, 6,4 | proclaimed a~second dogma, the dogma of the Assumption of the 53 II, 6,4 | theology from the Roman dogma of the Immaculate~Conception 54 II, 6,4 | the establishment of the dogma of the Immaculate~Conception 55 II, 6,5 | The dogma of redemption~The Lamb of 56 II, 6,5 | redemption~The Lamb of God.~The dogma of salvation in Christ is 57 II, 6,5 | in Christ is the central dogma of Christianity, the heart 58 II, 6,6 | almost complete denial of the dogma of Redemption and to the 59 II, 6,7 | broadening~of the meaning of the dogma of Chalcedon. The term60 II, 9,5 | following words expressed the dogma of the veneration~of sacred 61 II, 9,7 | her.~Thus is defined the dogma of the Cross. The Cross 62 Add, 0,3 | Christian theology: it is not a dogma of~the Church in the precise 63 App, 1 | sides rejecting the Vatican dogma of papal infallibility~— 64 App, 1 | development in the~sphere of dogma. What, then, is subject 65 App, 1 | but that the sphere of dogma~in the history of the Church


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