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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| addressed, not to individuals or local churches (as are all the 2 Intro, A,4| voice of the Church. The local Council of Carthage in 318, 3 Intro, A,5| of Faith of the ancient local churches;~• in the ancient 4 Intro, A,5| examined and approved by the local bishops;~and they were read 5 Intro, A,6| profound Christian antiquity, local councils of separate Orthodox~ 6 Intro, A,6| dogmatic decrees of a number of local councils, and also the dogmatic 7 Intro, A,6| were made by a number of local councils, and also certain~ 8 Intro, A,6| 361, and the canons of the local councils~and Holy Fathers 9 Intro, B,1| Holy Apostles, the Holy Local and Ecumenical Councils, 10 Intro, B,1| examined~and corrected at two local councils, that of Kiev in 11 I, 2,7 | ancient tradition of the~Local Church of Rome.~In their 12 I, 2,9 | in its details at several local councils and~in the works 13 I, 2,9 | Council of Nicaea in every Local~Church;~2) The Confessions 14 I, 2,10 | refuted first in a series of local councils and finally at 15 II, 5,3 | of baptizing infants. The Local Council of Carthage in 252,~ 16 II, 7,5 | the head of one or another local Church; or it is caused 17 II, 7,5 | of disturbances within a local Church which hinder the 18 II, 7,5 | Churches with the given local Church until the outward 19 II, 7,5 | formation today of two separate local Churches (in full communion 20 II, 7,6 | a whole, and even in the local~Church, it is essential 21 II, 7,6 | council of bishops: for a local Church it is a council of 22 II, 7,6 | Church it is a council of its local bishops, and for the Ecumenical~ 23 II, 7,6 | Caesarea~we know that all the local ancient Christian Churches 24 II, 8,4 | chrism for the whole of his local Church.).~In the West, the 25 II, 8,7 | church community or the local church, this “ordination” 26 App, 5,1 | throughout the whole Church, local or universal. Confidence~ 27 App, 5,1 | proper domain, i.e., in the local Church which has made the 28 App, 5,2 | amongst the choir~of the local saints of their diocese, 29 App, 5,2 | bishops were entered in the local diptychs — the lists of 30 App, 5,2 | the celebrations of their local martyrs and the~commemoration 31 App, 5,2 | of the hierarchs~remained local saints of the individual 32 App, 5,2 | celebrated only its own local hierarchs, with a very small 33 App, 5,2 | choirs of hierarchs from local to universal came about, 34 App, 5,2 | glorification of ascetics.~In local Churches (dioceses) the 35 App, 5,3 | right to glorify a saint for local veneration belongs to the 36 App, 5,3 | glorifying its own ascetics for local veneration on the Holy~Mountain 37 App, 5,4 | extent of veneration: 1) local~saints in a more narrow 38 App, 5,4 | are several examples); 2) local saints in a~wider sense, 39 App, 5,4 | The right of glorifying local saints of the first and 40 App, 5,4 | by the whole Church and local~saints. Saints of both classes 41 App, 5,4 | Orthodox Churches of the East, local saints in many instances 42 App, 5,4 | universally~venerated saints from local ones is that the names of 43 App, 5,4 | Astrakhan.~There were also local glorifications of saints 44 App, 5,4 | glorification, as the decisions for local canonization were made without 45 App, 5,5 | the~archbishop blessed the local veneration on his own personal 46 App, 5,6 | which corresponds roughly to local~veneration, and eighty years


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