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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 3,6 | paths of perdition has the devil opened up for those who~ 2 II, 5,2 | origin of sin comes from the devil: “He that~committeth sin 3 II, 5,2 | committeth sin is of the devil — for the devil sinneth 4 II, 5,2 | is of the devil — for the devil sinneth from the beginning” ( 5 II, 5,2 | 1 John 3:8). The word~“devilmeans “slanderer.” Bringing 6 II, 5,2 | Scripture, we see that the~devil is one of the rational spirits 7 II, 5,2 | the condemnation of~the devil” (1 Tim. 3:6).~The evil 8 II, 5,2 | that Joshua resisted “the devil” (“satan” in KJ; Zacha. 9 II, 5,2 | is said that “through the devil's envy death entered the 10 II, 5,2 | demons,”~“angels of the devil,” and “angels of satan.” 11 II, 5,2 | satan.” Their chief, the devil, is also called the~“tempter,” “ 12 II, 5,2 | the form of a serpent, the devil was the tempter and the 13 II, 5,2 | serpent” (Apoc. 12:9).~The devil and his angels are deprived 14 II, 5,2 | from the world above, the devil and his servants act in 15 II, 5,2 | world”~(Eph. 6:12). The devil is “the prince of the power 16 II, 5,3 | the tempter, to be the devil, who~took the form of a 17 II, 5,3 | our Lord Himself about the devil confirm this interpretation: “ 18 II, 5,3 | Solomon~it says, “Through the devil's envy death entered the 19 II, 6,2 | from the violence of the devil (Ps. 21), and strike him 20 II, 6,2 | old serpent, called the devil and Satan, which deceiveth~ 21 II, 6,3 | entered~into battle with the devil was God Himself; and it 22 II, 6,6 | world, from the power of the devil, the liberation from the~ 23 II, 6,6 | ransoming from slavery~to the devil.~The second verb, agorazo, 24 II, 8,1 | depart~from the power of the devil and become in this sinful 25 II, 8,1 | straightforwardly renounce the devil; for one cannot serve two 26 II, 8,1 | specialrenunciation of the devil,” after which there follows 27 II, 8,1 | signifying the banishment of the devil, which are in the present 28 II, 8,1 | to you, instilled by the devil, that your salvation is 29 II, 0,2 | hand, “our adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh 30 Add, 0,4| against the wiles of the devil” (Eph. 6:11), “for the devil, 31 Add, 0,4| devil” (Eph. 6:11), “for the devil, as a roaring lion, seeketh~ 32 Add, 0,4| against the wiles of the devil ... that ye may be~able 33 Add, 0,5| earth?” (Luke 18:8).~c) The devil will raise up warfare against 34 Add, 0,7| follows the judgment of the devil and of those~who were deceived 35 Add, 0,7| connects the “binding” of the devil for a thousand years (Apoc. 36 Add, 0,7| that “the binding of the devil is his being prevented from 37 Add, 0,7| the limited power of the devil is now.~A related error, 38 Add, 0,7| which is ‘prepared for the devil and his angels’ (Matt. 25: 39 Add, 0,7| not for you but for the devil and his angels. But since~


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