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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, B,1| is therefore more widely known under the~name of “The Encyclical 2 I, 1,4 | spiritual fruits which~are known by experience. Therefore 3 I, 1,5 | without excuse who, having known God, did not glorify Him 4 I, 1,5 | Lectures, VI, 5).~It is well known how Blessed Augustine, when 5 I, 1,9 | ourselves.~When God, for reasons known to Him alone, ceases His 6 I, 1,18 | one dominion, one kingdom, known in three perfect Hypostases, 7 I, 1,18 | perfect Hypostases, and known and worshipped~with one 8 II, 3,4 | Triply-~shining Divinity known only to the Divinity and 9 II, 3,5 | Essence of God, which is known to the Spirit of God only: “ 10 II, 3,5 | the future,~which is also known to God alone: “But of that 11 II, 3,5 | and Seraphim as is well known, the prophetic books speak~ 12 II, 3,5 | present life but will become known only in the future life. 13 II, 3,5 | some names which will be known then, but that are now unknown? 14 II, 3,5 | sacred order are performed~is known precisely only to God, Who 15 II, 3,6 | of God; it is~“a mystery known to God alone” (St. Cyril 16 II, 6,1 | and prudence, having made known unto us the mystery of His 17 II, 6,3 | 8) it is said: “Had they known it, they would not have 18 II, 6,6 | wrath,~and to make His power known, endured with much longsuffering 19 II, 6,6 | destruction, that He might make known the richer of His glory 20 II, 7,1 | and know My sheep, and am known~of mine . . . and I lay 21 II, 7,5 | hidden . . . still, it is not known among the people, it is 22 II, 8,3 | Ecclesastical~Hierarchy, known under the name of St. Dionysius 23 II, 8,5 | to the dying. It is well known that~in the ancient Church 24 II, 8,5 | adjective azymos): It is known that~in Apostolic times — 25 II, 8,5 | the Eucharist, as is well known, was usually taken from 26 II, 8,6 | sincerely repented.~It is known that the holy Apostle Peter 27 II, 8,7 | and know my sheep and am known of mine. The good shepherd 28 II, 8,7 | one hand, as a sacred act~known to all, by means of which 29 II, 8,8 | Family~The family, as is well known, comprises the fundamental 30 II, 9,2 | dead. Such liturgies are known under the names of the~Holy 31 II, 9,2 | on the earth it is not known to what lot each has been 32 II, 9,3 | I know even as~also I am known” (1 Cor. 13:12).~The holy 33 II, 9,6 | the saints of God, as is known from accounts even of the 34 II, 9,6 | and Protasius: “You have known and even seen yourselves~ 35 Add, 0,4 | earthly images which were known to everyone in daily life. 36 Add, 0,4 | has become especially well known. Dreams in general~express 37 Add, 0,7 | judgment; this teaching is known by the name of “chiliasm”~( 38 Add, 0,7 | that is, God visible and known according to the degree 39 App, 4 | knowledge of God! For who hath known the~mind of the Lord, or 40 App, 5,1 | of people, but which is known throughout the whole Church, 41 App, 5,1 | names of certain saints are known on earth; others remain 42 App, 5,2 | recognition as a saint.~It is known from history that prayer 43 App, 5,3 | another, to honor someone known to him personally; yet another, 44 App, 5,4 | early Church times. As is known from~documents from the 45 App, 5,4 | martyrs' remains.~It is well known that Emperor Constantius ( 46 App, 5,4 | about a third of them are known; of the remainder indirect 47 App, 5,5 | take place, and it is well known that the miracles worked 48 App, 5,5 | Grace of God.”~As is well known, and still remembered by 49 App, 5,6 | this person become~clearly known, for many holy wonderworkers 50 App, 5,6 | contains. They that are not known, whom~God Almighty Himself


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