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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| greater or lesser errors among Christians, and sometimes even whole 2 Intro, A,1| into the midst of Orthodox Christians. As a result of the quest~ 3 Intro, A,1| occurred divisions among Christians.~Becoming acquainted with 4 Intro, A,5| final decision to become Christians,~the hierarch precedes his 5 Intro, A,5| is still kept by Orthodox Christians~today who are serious about 6 Intro, A,5| the public gatherings of Christians under the supervision of 7 Intro, B,1| the use of all Orthodox Christians.” 8 I, 1,3 | Being inspired by faith, Christians went to torture and death 9 I, 2,4 | the testimony of the first Christians.~They indicated: 1) the 10 I, 2,4 | the faith of the ancient Christians~in the equal honor of the 11 I, 2,9 | of the universal faith of Christians~in the first centuries in 12 I, 2,9 | Christianity and related that the~Christians worshippedChrist as God” ( 13 I, 2,9 | Celsus, who was an enemy of Christians;~and others).~ 14 II, 3,6 | in general, but only of~Christians or believers. In this sense 15 II, 5,3 | p. 336).~Some Orthodox Christians have mistakenly defended 16 II, 6,3 | the clear awareness of all Christians, as the foundation of the 17 II, 6,4 | Evidently, as the ancient~Christians also understood it, the 18 II, 6,6 | expressions with relation to Christians is the conception~of “resurrection 19 II, 6,6 | refers only to believers, to Christians.~Here it has an especially 20 II, 6,7 | Concerning the relation of Christians to the Old Testament, the 21 II, 7,5 | outside of her a number of Christians that exceeds by several 22 II, 7,6 | attitude to the uncircumcised Christians” (Gal. 2:11). The same mutual 23 II, 8,1 | ascetics inspires them to call Christians with all power to the~humble 24 II, 8,2 | with its usage by~Orthodox Christians of the West, especially 25 II, 8,4 | significance precisely because Christians had before their eyes a 26 II, 8,4 | you are worthily called~‘Christians,’ that is, ‘anointed ones;’ 27 II, 8,5 | Gifts through deacons~to Christians who were not able to receive 28 II, 8,5 | Jesus~Christ. Likewise all Christians present in church in these 29 II, 8,5 | the Church of the first Christians the material~for the Mystery 30 II, 8,6 | decrees for certain repenting Christians in~order to treat their 31 II, 8,6 | only to certain repenting Christians: to those who,~either from 32 II, 8,7 | increasing in them the number of Christians, the writer of the~book, 33 II, 9,1 | Apostle Paul often entreats Christians to pray for him:” I trust 34 II, 9,3 | righteousness of the~reposed person, Christians, apart from prayer for him, 35 II, 9,3 | John wrote to his fellow Christians: “That which we have seen 36 II, 9,3 | fact of the bond between~Christians on earth and the Heavenly 37 II, 9,3 | of persecutions against Christians.~ 38 II, 9,4 | Divine services of Orthodox Christians.~The Christian worship of 39 II, 9,6 | upon Himself a humanbody. Christians are called to this: that 40 II, 9,6 | therefore the bodies of Christians who have lived a~righteous 41 II, 9,6 | information on the honor given by~Christians to the remains of saints. 42 II, 9,6 | body by the Proconsul, the Christiansgathered the bones of St. 43 II, 9,6 | and confirmation of future~Christians.”~The remains of the saints ( 44 Add, 0,3 | and sometimes by~Orthodox Christians who no longer have a firm 45 Add, 0,3 | for the~inward work of the Christians. “If we sin wilfully after 46 Add, 0,4 | devour” (1 Peter 5:8). Being Christians, shall we call these quotations 47 Add, 0,4 | the Apostles and the first Christians, when Christians were more 48 Add, 0,4 | the first Christians, when Christians were more inspired, when 49 Add, 0,4 | pagan world and the world of Christians was much more distinct, 50 Add, 0,4 | to support the spirit of Christians by preaching alone. But 51 Add, 0,5 | is unknown should arouse Christians to~a constant spiritual 52 Add, 0,5 | Lord should not prevent Christians from reflecting~deeply on 53 Add, 0,7 | strengthen faith of the~Christians themselves in their future 54 Add, 0,7 | to seduce men.” Orthodox Christians who have experienced the 55 Add, 0,7 | various versions), true Christians will be “raptured” into 56 App, 5,2 | first persecution of the Christians — that of Nero.~It is apparent 57 App, 5,4 | from the second century, Christians gathered yearly at the tombs 58 App, 5,4 | extraordinary reverence the Christians of Egypt had for martyrs'


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