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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| Peter 5:12). (“Catholic,” meaninguniversal,” is the name 2 Intro, A,4| here has a specialized meaning with reference to the books 3 Intro, A,5| In the original precise meaning of the word, Sacred Tradition 4 Intro, A,8| with dogmas,~in the precise meaning of the word. There are some 5 Intro, B,1| from the Greek symballo,~meaning “to unite;” symbolon, a 6 Intro, B,1| Orthodox Faith, in the~common meaning of this term, are those 7 I, 1,5 | for words to express the meaning of Thine incomprehensible 8 I, 1,6 | Greek languageTheos, meaning” He Who Sees.” As distinct~ 9 I, 1,6 | has just such a profound meaning. (That is to say: When we 10 I, 1,9 | contains a certain hidden~meaning” (Exact Exposition of the 11 I, 1,10 | Eternal in its precise meaning belongs to the Divine Essence, 12 I, 1,17 | close to one another in meaning.~Self-Sufficing must not 13 I, 1,18 | correspond to the authentic meaning~of these expressions.~1. 14 I, 1,18 | addition, the profound mystical~meaning of an insight into the Three 15 I, 2,5 | proceeds.”~Although the meaning of the wordsbegetting” 16 I, 2,7 | Trinity, whereas the very meaning of the teaching~of the Orthodox 17 I, 2,9 | of~the Church placed one meaning and others, another meaning. 18 I, 2,9 | meaning and others, another meaning. The conceptessence” was 19 II, 3,6 | for understanding it as meaning that he gave something of 20 II, 3,6 | man, and we seek out the meaning of this utterance, we discover~ 21 II, 3,6 | used in exactly the same meaning, is encountered~especially 22 II, 3,6 | explaining their inward meaning. Man's reason is~able to 23 II, 4,2 | purity of the first people~as meaning that from the very beginning 24 II, 5,3 | final fall.~Concerning the meaning of labors and diseases in 25 II, 6,5 | is clear for them in its meaning and in~its consequences. 26 II, 6,6 | garden, having the same~meaning, is given also in the Gospel. 27 II, 6,6 | Let us enter into the meaning of the mystery~of the Cross . . . 28 II, 6,6 | of the Exaltation: “The Meaning of the Mystery of~the Cross”).~ 29 II, 6,6 | has a significant shade of meaning. The first of them lytro-o, 30 II, 6,6 | slavery. In the Christian meaning, the Apostles use this term 31 II, 6,6 | Resurrection of Christ! This is the meaning of the new song before the 32 II, 6,6 | the broad, eschatological meaning of the word,~has already 33 II, 6,6 | expression which is close in meaning to the present term, but 34 II, 6,7 | understand~the limits of the meaning of this term, since in the 35 II, 6,7 | incorrect broadening~of the meaning of the dogma of Chalcedon. 36 II, 7,1 | on earth.~In the literal meaning of the word, the Church 37 II, 7,1 | ekklesia, from~ekkaleo, meaning “to gather.” In this meaning 38 II, 7,1 | meaning “to gather.” In this meaning it was used in the Old Testament 39 II, 7,1 | deeper and more mystical meaning~which is difficult to embrace 40 II, 7,5 | being derived from cath ola, meaning “throughout the~whole”).~ 41 II, 7,5 | there was also used with the meaning of “universal,” the word~ 42 II, 7,5 | Synodos, from oikoumenikos, meaning from all the inhabited earth . 43 II, 7,6 | sometimes in the special meaning of the highest hierarchical~ 44 II, 7,6 | in the usual and general meaning of “overseer,” in accordance 45 II, 8,1 | In this, its broadest meaning, grace is God’s goodwill 46 II, 8,1 | Prophets.~In the more precise meaning, the concept of grace refers 47 II, 8,1 | this second New Testament meaning of the word, grace is a 48 II, 8,1 | grace,” as identical~in meaning with the word dynamis, “ 49 II, 8,3 | his whole household.The meaning of the Mystery.~The mystical 50 II, 8,5 | continued to speak with the same~meaning: “Verily, verily, I say 51 II, 8,5 | understood in any “metaphorical”~meaning. “There are some of you 52 II, 8,5 | He~is not present in the meaning only of “penetration,” as 53 II, 8,7 | joining to it the same exalted meaning and the same significance~ 54 II, 8,7 | Christian ecclesiastical~meaning and came into use relatively 55 II, 9,6 | in Latin, reliquiae, both meaning what is~“left”) are revered 56 Add, 0,5 | enemy of Christ; this is the meaning when “antichrists” are spoken 57 App, 1 | Church to “developdogmas,~meaning by this the right of Councils 58 App, 4 | meanings:~1. In the usual broad meaning of wisdom, understanding: “ 59 App, 4 | Luke~7:35).~2. In the meaning of the wise economy of God


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