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1 Intro, A,5| book of Eusebius~Pamphilus, Bishop of Caesarea, (English translation: 2 Intro, A,6| Gregory~the Wonderworker, Bishop of Neo-Caesarea (For the 3 Intro, B,2| Theology, in two parts), by~Bishop Sylvester, rector of the 4 Intro, C | Orthodox~Dogmatic Theology by Bishop Sylvester is arranged in 5 I, 1,4 | the Hieromartyr Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, faith is a vessel 6 I, 1,9 | cathedral churches wherever a bishop~presides. At this, service 7 II, 4,2 | Theophilus of Antioch; see in Bishop Sylvester,~An Essay in Orthodox 8 II, 6,3 | Ecumenical Councils Apollinaris, Bishop of Laodicea, taught incorrectly~ 9 II, 7,3 | It is “full of Christ” (Bishop Theophan~the Recluse).~Christ 10 II, 7,3 | Himself is the invisible Chief Bishop of the Church. The Hieromartyr 11 II, 7,3 | the Lord the “Invisible Bishop” (Greek: episkopos aoratos).~ 12 II, 7,3 | Roman Catholic Church to the Bishop of~Rome. Such a title does 13 II, 7,3 | Church of the view of the Bishop of Rome as the Head of the~ 14 II, 7,6 | community, whereas only one bishop was appointed for a city 15 II, 7,6 | writings the two names of “bishop” and “presbyter” are not 16 II, 7,6 | Apostles the two ranks . bishop and presbyter . were joined 17 II, 7,6 | became later, and the word~“bishop” was used in two meanings: 18 II, 7,6 | through the ordination of a bishop.~All three degrees of the 19 II, 7,6 | to do nothing without the bishop. Likewise obey the presbytery~ 20 II, 7,6 | of Jesus Christ, and the bishop as Jesus~Christ, the Son 21 II, 7,6 | Ignatius writes: “Where the Bishop is, there should the people~ 22 II, 7,6 | succession so that their first bishop might have~as his cause 23 II, 8,3 | life, is compelled by the bishop to utter the renunciations~ 24 II, 8,4 | performer of the Mystery, the bishop or~priest, “anoints the 25 II, 8,4 | must be sanctified by a bishop, as the highest successor 26 II, 8,4 | and it is performed~by a bishop.~Apart from the Mystery 27 II, 8,6 | that is, its head, the Bishop of Rome (the Pope), in~giving 28 II, 8,7 | Church, especially that of bishop and priest, is a special~ 29 II, 8,7 | laying on of hands by~a bishop who himself bears by succession 30 II, 8,7 | epistle to Timothy, who was bishop of the Church of Ephesus, 31 II, 8,7 | Apostolic Canons command: “Let a bishop be ordained by two or three 32 II, 8,7 | clergy be ordained by one bishop” (Canons 1 and 2); (Eerdmans~ 33 II, 8,7 | cheirotonia (ordination): “If any bishop, presbyter, or deacon shall 34 II, 8,7 | laying on of~the hands of a bishop upon the head of the chosen 35 II, 8,7 | celibacy of Bishops.~For a bishop there exists the obligation 36 II, 8,9 | may be performed also by a bishop,~since one should not see 37 II, 8,9 | any prohibition~for a bishop to participate in the sacred 38 II, 9,6 | Ignatius the~God-Bearer, Bishop of Antioch, a person who 39 II, 9,6 | s death of St. Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna, and the~burning 40 Add, 0,4 | of~Orthodox Theology,” by Bishop Sylvester, Vol. 5, p.89).~ 41 Add, 0,4 | p. 538; also the~book of Bishop Sylvester, Rector of the 42 Add, 0,7 | comment in this regard of Bishop Theophan the~Recluse: “The 43 App, 5,2 | in his Discourses, ed. Bishop Theophan, 2 vols. [Moscow:~ 44 App, 5,3 | the~mediation of a certain bishop, that a decree be issued 45 App, 5,4 | belongs~to the diocesan bishop, apparently with the assent 46 App, 5,4 | of Moscow, St. Leontius, Bishop of Rostov, St. Cyril of 47 App, 5,4 | then, perhaps, St. Nicetas, Bishop of Novgorod, and the~holy 48 App, 5,4 | Pochaev from his tenure as Bishop of Lutsk) “thus understood 49 App, 5,4 | Rostov; St. Innocent, first Bishop of Irkutsk; St. Metrophanes,~ 50 App, 5,4 | St. Metrophanes,~first Bishop of Voronezh; St. Tikhon 51 App, 5,4 | St. Tikhon of Zadonsk, Bishop of Voronezh; St. Theodosius,~ 52 App, 5,4 | Seraphim of Sarov; St. Joasaph, Bishop of Belgorod; St. Hermogenes,~ 53 App, 5,4 | of Moscow; St. Pitirim, Bishop of Tambov; St. John, Metropolitan 54 App, 5,4 | of Tobolsk;~St. Joseph, Bishop of Astrakhan.~There were 55 App, 5,5 | the Holy Martyr Patricius, Bishop of Prusa, May 19, and in 56 App, 5,5 | memory of His Grace~Tikhon, Bishop of Voronezh ... has been 57 App, 5,5 | words: “Recognizing the late~Bishop Tikhon of Voronezh as among


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