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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| Reader.) in the first~Divine Service of the daily cycle, Vespers.~ 2 Intro, A,5| but can still observe the service).~The full point of such 3 Intro, A,9| the content of the Divine service books we make ourselves~ 4 I, 1,9 | bishop~presides. At this, service anathemas are proclaimed 5 I, 1,9 | ecumenicalideas, this service has been abolished and replaced 6 I, 1,9 | pan-Orthodox” or “ecumenicalservice.).~ 7 I, 2,6 | Fathers and in the Divine service texts the Son of God is 8 II, 3,5 | word defines chiefly their service to the human~race. Mankind 9 II, 3,5 | sensible world. Of this service the Holy Fathers frequently~ 10 II, 4,1 | and~green herb for the service of man” (Ps. 146:8-9). Nor 11 II, 6,4 | understanding of the majesty of her service in the world by the~righteous 12 II, 6,4 | expressed in~the content of the service for the feast of the Dormition 13 II, 6,7 | also spiritual, of mutual service according to the most exalted 14 II, 7,4 | Christ” (from the Common~Service to Martyrs). “Like brightly 15 II, 7,4 | whole creation” (from the Service to Hieromartyrs).~There 16 II, 8,1 | in the present Orthodox~service of baptism, and the very “ 17 II, 8,2 | of~chosen persons to the service of the Church in the degrees 18 II, 8,7 | are present at the Divine service. It is called~likewise the 19 II, 8,9 | together~at the end of the service, instead of after each reading 20 II, 8,9 | at the end of the funeral service.). 21 II, 9,3 | confession, self-sacrificing service to~the Church, and the gift 22 Add, 0,4 | Typicon of the Church's Divine service, we are given a direct path 23 App, 5,1 | spirit, glorious in their service to the Church, beacons~illumining 24 App, 5,2 | differently.~Their lofty service itself was the basis of 25 App, 5,3 | who composed a “General Service to Any New Martyr,” explaining 26 App, 5,3 | explaining the need for such a~service, states: “Inasmuch as the 27 App, 5,3 | new martyrs do not have a service to celebrate,~and whereas 28 App, 5,3 | people are desirous of such a service — one, to honor his fellow 29 App, 5,3 | therefore composed a general service for any new martyr. May~ 30 App, 5,3 | that so desires sing such a service to that martyr for whom 31 App, 5,4 | has been stated, exalted service to the Church or a martyr' 32 App, 5,4 | celebration of a saint's memory a service to him is required, as well 33 App, 5,4 | a special, solemn divine service in the~church at which or 34 App, 5,4 | Volokolamsk, composed a service to the departed Joseph of 35 App, 5,4 | the superscription of the service~states, “having reviewed 36 App, 5,4 | states, “having reviewed this service, blessed the Elder Photius 37 App, 5,4 | are included in the~divine service books. It is true that, 38 App, 5,4 | in thatregion. A general service to saints of the Kiev Caves 39 App, 5,4 | him with faith” (cf. The Service of the Venerable Job and 40 App, 5,5 | and canon, and the whole service for~the Liturgy to our venerable 41 App, 5,5 | stichera, the canon, and the service at Liturgy to the venerable 42 App, 5,5 | Patriarch commanded the service to be chanted and celebrated 43 App, 5,5 | stichera, canon, and all the service to~the venerable Joseph


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