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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| their text, see the~Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, pp. 2 Intro, A,4| Acts of the Apostles; the Seven Catholic Epistles (one~of 3 Intro, A,6| the Church recognizes as seven in~number. The Ecumenical 4 Intro, A,6| Epistle,” see the~Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p. 5 Intro, A,6| be found in the Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, pp. 6 Intro, A,6| be read in the Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p. 7 II, 3,5 | them (Canon 2, Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p. 8 II, 3,5 | names have been given to seven of the higher angels, corresponding 9 II, 3,5 | is to come; and from the seven spirits which are before 10 II, 5,2 | and taketh with himself seven other~spirits more wicked 11 II, 5,3 | cleansed by regeneration” (The Seven Ecumenical Councils,~Eerdmans 12 II, 6,3 | delivered to us” (Eerdmans, Seven Ecumenical Councils, pp. 13 II, 6,3 | Ecumenical Council, Eerdmans, Seven Ecumenical Councils, p. 14 II, 6,3 | him be anathemaEerdmans, Seven Ecumenical Councils, p.~ 15 II, 6,4 | him be anathema” (Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils,~p. 16 II, 7,6 | is the deacons. Deacons, seven in number, were~chosen by 17 II, 7,6 | concerned for the~widows. These seven men were later called deacons, 18 II, 7,6 | city, should not exceed seven, citing the passage in the 19 II, 8,1 | English text see Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p.~ 20 II, 8,2 | the Church as referring to seven rites:~Baptism, Chrismation, 21 II, 8,2 | Orthodox East, one may say, seven is not regarded as the “ 22 II, 8,2 | commonly, it is true, only seven Mysteries are spoken of 23 II, 8,4 | to those who have become seven years of age, and it is 24 II, 8,6 | commentaries). See the Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils. pp. 25 II, 8,6 | Ecumenical Council); Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p.~ 26 II, 8,7 | from amongst themselves seven tested~men filled with the 27 II, 8,7 | Canons 1 and 2); (Eerdmans~Seven Ecumenical Councils. p. 28 II, 8,8 | 72 of Quinisext (Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils,~pp. 29 II, 8,9 | gathering of presbyters, ideally seven in number;~however, it can 30 II, 8,9 | of the Mystery comprises seven anointings of the sick person 31 II, 8,9 | During the anointing itself, seven times~this prayer is pronounced: “ 32 II, 8,9 | anointed by each of the seven (or fewer) priests. The 33 II, 8,9 | there are many people (and seven priests), the anointings 34 II, 9,5 | image represents”~(Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical Councils, p. 35 Add, 0,4 | and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked 36 App, 4 | for herself, and set up seven pillars. She has killed 37 App, 5,3 | the three patriarchs and seven other~hierarchs. In the 38 App, 5,4 | sixteenth century,~there are seven Russian saints to be found: 39 App, 5,4 | his relics was performed~seven years after the saint's


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