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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, C,1| this confession. Under this condition theologizing is not an abstract 2 I, 1,5 | because my eyes are not in a condition to take in the~whole sun, 3 I, 1,6 | Nevertheless, under~this condition the thoughts of man are 4 I, 1,7 | nothing can be the cause or condition~of the existence of God.~ 5 I, 1,11 | according to its~nature and condition, and as much as corresponds 6 I, 2,9 | His earthly life was in a condition of voluntary belittlement, “ 7 I, 2,9 | the Church express this condition by the words ekkenosis, 8 II, 3,4 | in its later and present condition. The earthly world in its~ 9 II, 3,4 | teaches that the present condition of the world will be replaced 10 II, 3,6 | where the soul dwells. This~condition of the soul after death 11 II, 3,6 | underworld;~that is, as a joyless condition in a region where even the 12 II, 3,6 | will escape this joyless condition. For example,~in the Wisdom 13 II, 3,6 | Christian faith itself is in a condition of decline. One who believes 14 II, 4,2 | Understandably, the original condition of the first people was 15 II, 4,2 | to moral purity. But this condition contained the opportunity 16 II, 4,2 | man to imagine man's true condition~in Paradise, a condition 17 II, 4,2 | condition~in Paradise, a condition that joined together moral 18 II, 4,2 | speak of precisely such a condition, which the~poets call the “ 19 II, 5,1 | beings from that original condition inwhich the Creator placed 20 II, 5,1 | Creator placed them, into a condition which is opposed to this. 21 II, 5,3 | remained in his “naturalcondition, his nature not~harmed but 22 II, 5,3 | wordfleshsignifies a condition of not being reborn, a condition 23 II, 5,3 | condition of not being reborn, a condition opposed to being~reborn 24 II, 6,2 | origin and originally blessed condition of mankind (the Golden Age), 25 II, 6,3 | in this an indispensable condition of faith, without which 26 II, 6,6 | economy of salvation~A. The condition of the world before the 27 II, 6,6 | the sorrowful spiritual condition of the world which we observe 28 II, 6,7 | Cross, and in His glorified condition after the Resurrection.~ 29 II, 6,8 | bodily~death also, but its condition after death, according to 30 II, 6,8 | souls of the dead were in a condition of rejection, being far 31 II, 8,3 | baptized,~under the sacred condition that the natural parents 32 II, 8,5 | the churches, for the good condition~of the world, for authorities, 33 II, 8,6 | evil inclinations; and this condition of soul~is united with a 34 II, 0,2 | Church usually refer to the condition after the Last judgment, 35 Add, 0,7 | express in themselves the condition of their souls.With the 36 Add, 0,7 | Matt 25:41, 46). This condition of torment is presented 37 Add, 0,7 | Theologian this place or condition is called a “lake of fire” ( 38 Add, 0,7 | restored to their original condition of innocence (apokatastasis~ 39 App, 3 | lead the world out of a condition of pure materiality and 40 App, 5,4 | depended on a change of condition or of the method by which 41 App, 5,5 | an absolutely essential condition and did not always~follow


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