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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,2| opinions,” that is, inconstant personal~conceptions.~ 2 Intro, C,1| the cornerstone~of one's personal salvation; and it is the 3 I, 1,1 | something” — and a simple personal belief — “Ibelieve someone, 4 I, 1,7 | has a rational, free, and personal existence. If in the imperfect 5 I, 1,7 | we~see free and rational personal beings, we cannot fail to 6 I, 1,7 | recognize a free and rational personal existence~in God Himself, 7 I, 2,1 | B. The Hypostases have personal or hypostatic attributes: 8 I, 2,4 | existing in Him~and not Personal. For neither the ray nor 9 I, 2,5 | The personal attributes of the Divine 10 I, 2,5 | the Divine Persons.~The Personal or Hypostatical attributes 11 I, 2,6 | concept of the Logos as a personal being intermediate~between 12 I, 2,7 | Orthodox teaching of the personal attributes of the Father, 13 I, 2,7 | that is,~the dogma of the personal existence of the Hypostases 14 I, 2,9 | intention to violate it with any personal views~of their own, sometimes, 15 I, 2,9 | the word Hypostasis the Personal attributes~in the Triune 16 II, 3,1 | earth. God is One. God is Personal, Intellectual Essence.~After 17 II, 3,1 | the acknowledgment of a Personal~God, we could not turn to 18 II, 3,6 | well as a belief in our own personal immortality.~This belief 19 II, 5,3 | performing anew his own personal fall into sin, and following 20 II, 5,3 | inherited the guilt of Adam's personal sin.~The termoriginal 21 II, 6,4 | confessing the perfect personal immaculateness and~perfect 22 II, 6,4 | Archangel, her freedom from personal~sins, was the fruit of the 23 II, 6,5 | truth — the necessity for a personal reception and assimilation~ 24 II, 6,5 | in its entirety~for the personal salvation of each of us; 25 II, 6,5 | salvation for the acquirement of personal spiritual purity and sanctity.” 26 II, 6,6 | laws given through him.~The personal rebirth and new life in 27 II, 6,6 | God to the call for the personal salvation~of men is clearly 28 II, 6,6 | God” (2~Cor. 5:19-20).~The personal salvation of man is expressed 29 II, 6,6 | mystery of baptism is a personal resurrection in Christ: “ 30 II, 6,6 | Christ not only for the personal~salvation of the Christian, 31 II, 6,7 | not placed on the path to~personal God-manhood. If the Church 32 II, 7,5 | communion is caused by the personal errors of~individual hierarchs 33 II, 7,5 | lit by the power of~their personal faith.~The Apostles preserved 34 II, 7,6 | be~seized solely by one’s personal desire; they are given by 35 II, 7,6 | Apostles, but not by the personal view of any one among the~ 36 II, 8,1 | of rain — in other words, personal effort for the reception, 37 II, 8,3 | forgiven, both~original sin and personal sins; the way is opened 38 II, 8,6 | aspects: merit (which is personal and non-transferable), and 39 II, 8,8 | There is yet another way of personal life which is blessed in 40 II, 9,1 | The perfect example of personal prayer was given to us by 41 II, 9,7 | hierarchs; and then the personal ascetic struggles, spiritual 42 II, 9,7 | reminds us~of the necessity of personal struggle for the Christian. 43 Add, 0,3 | earthly life itself — both the personal life of its~own children, 44 Add, 0,4 | This is why, in our daily personal prayers, we beg~God not 45 Add, 0,7 | questions themselves and those personal conceptions which have been 46 App, 1 | cannot entirely ignore the personal prophetic inspiration~of 47 App, 1 | dogmatic truths, speaks of a Personal God Who is inexpressibly 48 App, 2 | its systems depend upon a personal predisposition of mind and 49 App, 2 | Church views them as private, personal creations, and does not 50 App, 4 | firm foundations of duty in personal, family,~and public life.~ 51 App, 4 | understood as a teaching of a~personal Wisdom, the soul of the 52 App, 4 | seeing in a direct sense any personal spiritual being, distinct 53 App, 5,1 | glory of God because~of his personal sins, he responds with his 54 App, 5,2 | people acclaimed for their personal struggle (the righteous 55 App, 5,2 | the basis of each one's personal worthiness.~It is impossible 56 App, 5,3 | Holy~Mountain through the personal authority of the brotherhoods, 57 App, 5,4 | ecclesiastical~authorities of personal initiative in the composing 58 App, 5,5 | local veneration on his own personal authority.~As examples of 59 App, 5,5 | time had been an act of personal zeal, the calling~upon the


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