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54 everything
54 expression
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54 persons
53 become
52 gospel
Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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knowledge

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I | faith. The nature of our knowledge of God. The essence of God. 2 I, 1 | 1. Our knowledge of God~ 3 I, 1,2 | Christianity is bound up also with knowledge of the mind, it gives a 4 I, 1,5 | The nature of our knowledge of God~God in His essence 5 I, 1,5 | confess that we have not exact knowledge concerning Him. For in what 6 I, 1,5 | our ignorance is the best knowledge” (Sixth Catechetical Lecture, 7 I, 1,5 | certain extent we do have knowledge of God, knowledge to the 8 I, 1,5 | do have knowledge of God, knowledge to the extent~that He Himself 9 I, 1,5 | essence is impossible, and the knowledge of Him, even though incomplete, 10 I, 1,5 | 12). The degree of this knowledge depends upon the ability 11 I, 1,5 | From whence do we derive knowledge of God?~a) It is revealed 12 I, 1,5 | revealed to men from the knowledge of nature, the knowledge 13 I, 1,5 | knowledge of nature, the knowledge of oneself, and the knowledge~ 14 I, 1,5 | knowledge of oneself, and the knowledge~of all of God's creation 15 I, 1,5 | Himself teach concerning the knowledge of God? Having said, “All~ 16 I, 1,5 | there is a degree of the knowledge of God, which is possible,~ 17 I, 1,12 | see” (Psalm 138:16). The knowledge of God is vision and~immediate 18 I, 1,12 | riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God” (Rom. 11:33). For 19 I, 1,17 | riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God!” Exclaims~the Apostle 20 I, 2,4 | memory; (g) consciousness,~knowledge, and desire; and the like. 21 I, 2,10 | Spirit — the gifts of wisdom, knowledge, faith, healings, miracles, 22 I, 2,11 | believing man is turned to the knowledge of God in the world,~to 23 II, 3,5 | intelligence, will, and knowledge. They~serve God, fulfill 24 II, 3,6 | warning: “Of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil thou shalt 25 II, 3,6 | Him. “He filled them with knowledge and understanding,”~says 26 II, 4,1 | riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! … For Who hathknown 27 II, 4,2 | giving him a more complete knowledge of himself by comparison~ 28 II, 4,2 | taste of the tree of the knowledge of good and~evil. This was 29 II, 5,3 | goodness of God, to seek the knowledge of good and evil outside 30 II, 6,2 | speaking, of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and had 31 II, 7,6 | of~the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto 32 II, 8,1 | faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; and to knowledge temperance;~ 33 II, 8,1 | virtue knowledge; and to knowledge temperance;~and to temperance 34 II, 8,1 | barren nor unfruitful an the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. 35 II, 8,1 | Christ gives not only the knowledge~of our duty, but also inspires 36 II, 9,5 | in understanding and an knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship; 37 Add, 0,3| that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth~ 38 Add, 0,4| that~we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth 39 Add, 0,7| saved, and to come unto~the knowledge of the truth” (1 Tim. 2: 40 App, 1 | truths. Here faith and love, knowledge and its application in action, 41 App, 1 | only a small part of the~knowledge of God and of the spiritual 42 App, 1 | lead to a more complete knowledge of God and the world. These 43 App, 1 | the good of our souls. The knowledge of God,~of Divine life and 44 App, 1 | faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge, and to knowledge temperance, 45 App, 1 | virtue knowledge, and to knowledge temperance, and to temperance~ 46 App, 2 | as of an object of cold knowledge,~an object which is subject 47 App, 2 | science or general human knowledge.~Therefore one can simply 48 App, 2 | Fathers~to the degree of knowledge.However, by the distinctions 49 App, 2 | union of the two spheres of knowledge, theology~and philosophy. 50 App, 4 | riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! For who hath known 51 App, 4 | and “instruction” and “knowledge.”~And where does wisdom 52 App, 4 | and from His presence come knowledge and understanding”~(Prov. 53 App, 5,2| such an act without the knowledge and consent of the metropolitan 54 App, 5,2| one point of view, that knowledge of an ascetic's~righteous


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