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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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mankind

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 3,1 | through them in the whole of mankind, the fundamental truths 2 II, 3,2 | pre-eternal existence~of mankind,” an idea which has been 3 II, 3,4 | highest representativesmankind — was fore-ordained to a 4 II, 3,5 | service to the human~race. Mankind knew about their existence 5 II, 3,5 | only in the Jewish.~After mankind fell into sin and was banished 6 II, 3,5 | ninety and nine sheep, but mankind is the single one (Matt. 7 II, 4,1 | matter how much the masses of mankind, led by their evil leaders, 8 II, 4,2 | call the “golden age” of mankind (the traditions of the Chinese, 9 II, 5,3 | temptation and fall stood before mankind, and the first man did not~ 10 II, 5,3 | strivings of contemporary~fallen mankind, even when they are deeply 11 II, 5,3 | chastisement reveals His love for mankind inasmuch as He, in giving 12 II, 5,3 | sufferings. With such a love for mankind has the Judge mixed the~ 13 II, 5,3 | Kingdom~of God. In Adam all mankind was deprived of the future 14 II, 5,3 | prospect of life~eternal, mankind beheld death, and behind 15 II, 5,3 | It was most necessary for mankind to have a supernatural~power 16 II, 5,3 | an~absolute perdition for mankind. The power which was to 17 II, 5,3 | means to remove the guilt of mankind and the punishment that 18 II, 5,3 | God has never deprived mankind of His mercy, help, grace, 19 II, 5,3 | the general lot of~fallen mankind after death, remaining in 20 II, 5,3 | inclination which has entered~into mankind and become its spiritual 21 II, 6 | God and the salvation of mankind~ 22 II, 6,2 | said by the best part of mankind; it had become a “thirsty 23 II, 6,2 | criminality of the original mankind by means of the Flood, the 24 II, 6,2 | originally blessed condition of mankind (the Golden Age), concerning~ 25 II, 6,2 | when for the most part mankind had reached an extreme degree 26 II, 6,3 | labor for the~salvation of mankind by Christ, since this consisted 27 II, 6,4 | consists in the removal from mankind of a supernatural gift of 28 II, 6,4 | theological question: if mankind had been deprived of the 29 II, 6,4 | that God did not deprive mankind, even after its fall, of 30 II, 6,4 | Sacred Scripture, in Adam all mankind~tasted the forbidden fruit. 31 II, 6,4 | begins with Himself the new mankind,~freed by Him from the sin 32 II, 6,4 | of Adam together with all mankind, and with him she~shared 33 II, 6,4 | prepared by the best part of mankind as a worthy vessel for the 34 II, 6,5 | the preceding~history of mankind up to the Incarnation of 35 II, 6,5 | the following history of mankind, after the Resurrection 36 II, 6,5 | hell are despoiled, while mankind is clothed in incorruption” ( 37 II, 6,5 | explain events in the~life of mankind, they place it as the foundation 38 II, 6,5 | truth of the salvation of mankind as a whole, which has already~ 39 II, 6,5 | order a) to open the path to mankind in its entirety~for the 40 II, 6,6 | the representative of all mankind, is presented as “the planting 41 II, 6,6 | unto glory?” (Rom. 9:21).~Mankind, in the person of its best 42 II, 6,6 | present in the Jewish people. Mankind tried to erase its sins~ 43 II, 6,6 | Intermediary and Redeemer of mankind,~which was criminal, defiled 44 II, 6,6 | the whole of unrighteous mankind, and teach mankind~righteousness 45 II, 6,6 | unrighteous mankind, and teach mankind~righteousness with repentance 46 II, 6,6 | the Mother of God, all mankind was sanctified. By the~steps 47 II, 7,5 | Church, O Thou Who~lovest mankind” (Sunday Canon of Nocturne, 48 II, 8,1 | the midst of the rest of~mankind, which is often unbelieving 49 II, 8,1 | the existence and life of mankind and of each man;~while grace 50 II, 0,1 | future of the world and mankind.~The Nicaean-Constantinopolitan 51 Add, 0,3| children, and the life of mankind. Its chief aim is to help 52 Add, 0,6| Man.~The spiritual gaze of mankind which believes in Christ, 53 Add, 0,7| occur by means of fire. Mankind before~the Flood perished 54 Add, 0,7| consist of the conducting of~mankind to God through the Church. 55 App, 1 | creation, Who is a~lover of mankind and condescending to our 56 App, 1 | it speaks of man and of mankind, of his high purpose and 57 App, 3 | to the mind of man and to mankind, and as a result of this 58 App, 3 | ascent and deification of~mankind and the world. Christ is 59 App, 4 | salvation of the world and of mankind, and in the creation of


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