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|Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky|
Orthodox dogmatic theology
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1 Intro, A,4| single book, bringing the number to twenty-two books, according 2 Intro, A,4| books, according to the number of letters in the~ ~Hebrew 3 Intro, A,4| following words: “Behold~the number and names of the canonical 4 Intro, A,6| Church recognizes as seven in~number. The Ecumenical Councils 5 Intro, A,6| precisely and confirmed a number of the fundamental~truths 6 Intro, A,6| the dogmatic decrees of a number of local councils, and also 7 Intro, A,6| faith which were made by a number of local councils, and also 8 I, 1,5 | which is not subject to number cannot be measured; what 9 I, 1,5 | 5). What does this mean? Number what has been~said, and 10 I, 1,18 | for example, the plural number in~the name of God, “Elohim” — 11 I, 1,18 | ProphetMoses, the plural number of the word without doubt 12 I, 2,1 | singular, not the~plural, number. For example, “For Thee” ( 13 I, 2,2 | grammatical form of the plural number.~Genesis 1:26: “And God 14 I, 2,2 | our likeness.” The plural~number here indicates that God 15 II, 3,5 | and further, so that the number of~those who have received 16 II, 3,5 | wonders” (Ps. 71:19).~The number and ranks of Angels.~Sacred 17 II, 3,5 | space, must we reckon the number of its inhabitants. The 18 II, 3,5 | On this foundation the number of the~ranks of angels is 19 II, 3,6 | This is expressed in a number of passages in the book 20 II, 5,2 | Israel, and provoked David to number Israel.”~In the book of 21 II, 6,2 | live~for ever and ever.”~A number of other Psalms also contain 22 II, 6,6 | read the first verses of a number of the Epistles of the~Apostles. 23 II, 6,8 | forewritten, and included in the number of the saved, and those 24 II, 7,5 | was composed of a limited number of communities,~and also 25 II, 7,5 | exists outside of her a number of Christians that exceeds 26 II, 7,5 | exceeds by several times the number~of members of the Orthodox 27 II, 7,5 | the Christian world in the number of members who belong to 28 II, 7,6 | deacons. Deacons, seven in number, were~chosen by the community 29 II, 7,6 | it was decreed that the number of deacons in a~community, 30 II, 8,2 | regarded as the “absolute” number of the Mysteries, as it~ 31 II, 8,6 | together with a definite number of prostrations;~and others. 32 II, 8,7 | increasing in them the number of Christians, the writer 33 II, 8,7 | the Apostles, among whose number was Judas, was notjust as 34 II, 8,7 | the Apostles, among whose number was Judas, was not the same~ 35 II, 8,9 | presbyters, ideally seven in number;~however, it can be performed 36 II, 8,9 | be performed by a lesser number and even by a single priest.~ 37 II, 9,2 | an~example of this in a number of the works of God. For 38 II, 9,3 | and the~elders; and the number of them was ten thousand 39 App, 1 | 13:12). An innumerable number of God's mysteries remain 40 App, 5,2 | hierarchs, after a certain number of years of fervent~prayer 41 App, 5,2 | hierarchs, with a very small number of hierarchs venerated~universally 42 App, 5,2 | which there are a great number~of names. This was probably 43 App, 5,3 | Greek Church had no small number of martyrs who were put 44 App, 5,3 | and be reckoned in the number of the venerable and holy 45 App, 5,3 | ascetics, ninety-eight in number~shone forth... whose life 46 App, 5,3 | relics of a considerable number of ancient saints, certain 47 App, 5,4 | veneration, bringing the number of the latter~to sixty-one.