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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 I, 1,6 | very essence. These are expressions that are composed grammatically 2 I, 1,6 | that is, “Who is God?”~Such expressions are,~“I Am He That Is” ( 3 I, 1,6 | 12:29).~However, these expressions also must not be understood 4 I, 1,7 | there is a preponderance of expressions that are grammatically in 5 I, 1,7 | may find a~model of such expressions in the Exact Exposition 6 I, 1,9 | expression~`took' and all similar expressions are used for the sake of 7 I, 1,9 | nature.” Furthermore, the~expressions concerning the eyes, ears, 8 I, 1,9 | hands, and other similar expressions of God, he concludes,~“To 9 I, 1,17| and All-Blessed.~These two expressions are close to one another 10 I, 1,18| people in certain Biblical expressions, for example, the plural 11 I, 1,18| authentic meaning~of these expressions.~1. Elohim. For a simple 12 I, 2,3 | Testament Scriptures there are expressions concerning the Triune God; 13 I, 2,4 | Christian writers, and 3) the expressions which~are used in the Divine 14 I, 2,5 | Christian teaching. The very expressions that the Son is “begotten 15 I, 2,5 | foundation of the above-cited expressions,~of the Son it is usually 16 I, 2,5 | Father; hence we have the expressions~regarding the Son: “From 17 I, 2,6 | Testament. Such are the expressions of the Psalter: “Forever, 18 I, 2,7 | Son originated in certain expressions of~Blessed Augustine. It 19 I, 2,7 | quite Orthodox. But these expressions refer to the~dogma of the 20 I, 2,9 | Orthodox thoughts, used expressions concerning the~Divinity 21 I, 2,9 | the Father. Concerning the expressions in Sacred Scripture~which 22 I, 2,9 | also became Man, and such expressions~can be referred to His humanity; 23 I, 2,9 | if there are such unclear expressions in the Sacred Scripture 24 II, 3,6| such exalted figurative expressions of the Holy Fathers into~ 25 II, 3,6| to the adaptation~of the expressions (of Scripture), dare to 26 II, 3,6| understand anthropomorphic expressions about God. Here let us~only 27 II, 3,6| that every one of these~expressions indicates a greater care 28 II, 3,6| 5:24). From the Biblical expressions concerning the~deaths of 29 II, 5,3| this over-definition. The expressions of the early Fathers~in 30 II, 6,4| Irenaeus). Exactly the same expressions were used by~Sts. Dionysius 31 II, 6,5| salvation in the most varied expressions,~without detailed explanations, 32 II, 6,5| together with~Christ.” In such expressions, chosen here at random, 33 II, 6,6| chief place among all such expressions with relation to Christians 34 II, 6,6| Middle Ages. The figurative expressions~of the Apostles were accepted 35 II, 7,6| from these and similar expressions one cannot conclude that 36 II, 8,1| expressive in this case are the expressions of St. Symeon the New Theologian ( 37 II, 8,5| precise terms, and in some expressions there seems to be~almost 38 II, 9,5| Sometimes, however, such expressions and prohibitions were~evoked 39 II, 0,2| only in part from separate expressions which are found in the~word 40 App, 1 | traditional Christian dogmas and expressions.)~Thus, a whole series of 41 App, 4 | writer uses the most majestic expressions possible in order to present~ 42 App, 4 | Therefore, in the above-cited expressions it is natural to see personifications (


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