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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| face let my judgment~come forth” (Ps. 16:2); “praise is 2 Intro, A,6| Councils, pp. 604-611.), and so forth.~When in the history of 3 Intro, A,8| Tradition, and also brought forth for them arguments based 4 Intro, C | branch of learning is to set forth, with firm foundation~and 5 Intro, C | of dogmatic theology set forth the thinking of the Fathers 6 Intro, C | that the complete set-ting forth, in historical sequence, 7 Intro, C | since some of them brought forth arguments of one kind, and 8 Intro, C | unalterable form.~Each epoch puts forth its own views, ways of understanding, 9 Intro, C | answers them, and sets forth the dogmatic~truths accordingly. 10 Intro, C,2| Holy Trinity, after setting forth the profoundly~contemplative 11 Intro, C,2| briefly as possible~I have set forth for you our love of wisdom, 12 I, 1,5 | knowability of Him~is set forth by St. John Damascene in 13 I, 1,8 | the Word of God, are set forth in Metropolitan~Philaret' 14 I, 1,8 | about these attributes set forth in the catechism. 15 I, 1,18 | this truth had to be set forth against the idea of dualism . 16 I, 2,6 | Ps. 118:89); “He sent forth His Word and He healed them” ( 17 I, 2,6 | said: `My heart hath poured forth a good word' (Ps. 44:2).~ 18 I, 2,7 | Apostle Paul, “God hath sent forth the Spirit of His Son into 19 II, 3,1 | creation of the world, set forth on the first page of the 20 II, 3,1 | the earth, was~“brought forth” by the water and the earth 21 II, 3,4 | though they were brought forth subsequently, for God were 22 II, 3,5 | ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who 23 II, 3,6 | the human body as is set forth~generally in the Sacred 24 II, 3,6 | skilled musicians cannot bring forth harmonious~sounds (Lactantius). 25 II, 3,6 | this view has been set forth dogmatically in several 26 II, 3,6 | grace; he grows and brings forth fruits of the spirit. However, 27 II, 3,6 | Place? Who will stretch forth his gaze to that~which is 28 II, 5,1 | sounds in music, and so forth. This is the way in which 29 II, 5,1 | in pain thou shalt bring forth children” (the~words addressed 30 II, 5,3 | opposite extreme, setting forth the idea that~in fallen 31 II, 5,3 | from this people there came forth great righteous men such 32 II, 6,2 | time was come, God sent forth His Son, made of a woman, 33 II, 6,3 | desire” or “will”), who set forth the idea that in Christ 34 II, 6,4 | time was come, God sent forth His Son, made of a woman” ( 35 II, 6,6 | tree which bringeth not forth~good fruit is hewn down, 36 II, 6,6 | unrighteousness and show forth the fruits of repentance.~ 37 II, 6,6 | light of Sanctity shone forth upon the earth. In the person 38 II, 7,1 | purgeth it, that it may bring forth more fruit . . . Abide in 39 II, 7,1 | in him, the same bringeth~forth much fruit; for without 40 II, 7,1 | abide not in Me, he is cast forth as a~branch, and is withered; 41 II, 7,4 | stars ye have mentally shone forth upon the firmament~of the 42 II, 7,6 | the Apostles (those “sent forth”) — giving to them special 43 II, 8,1 | how. For the earth beareth forth fruit of herself first the 44 II, 8,1 | From what has been set forth, it follows that there is 45 II, 8,3 | 16:16). Moreover, setting forth the grace-given significance 46 II, 8,6 | when blasphemy is spewed~forth against this very grace? 47 II, 8,6 | of those who have spewed forth blasphemies against the 48 II, 8,6 | doubts and waverings,~and so forth. But such spiritual guidance 49 II, 8,9 | servant (name),” and so forth.~The rite of Unction begins 50 II, 9,5 | images . . . should be~set forth in the holy churches of 51 II, 9,5 | shown for icons was set forth first by St. John Damascene 52 II, 9,7 | of reproach: “Let us go forth therefore unto Him without 53 II, 0,1 | process whose beginning is set~forth in the first page of the 54 Add, 0,5 | yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer 55 Add, 0,7 | Son~of God, and shall come forth: they that have done good, 56 Add, 0,7 | All the dead “shall come forth: they that have done good 57 Add, 0,7 | shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom 58 App, 1 | the 1890's began to put forth the teaching of the “eternal~ 59 App, 2 | philosophy. Christianity stepped forth as a world-view which was 60 App, 2 | concrete manifestations, and so forth. Philosophy by its nature 61 App, 5,3 | ninety-eight in number~shone forth... whose life the Lord hath


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