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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I | The essence of God. The attributes of God. Sacred~Scripture 2 I | Scripture concerning the attributes of God. God is Spirit. Eternal. 3 I, 1,5 | united to the fullness of His attributes, the fullness of the content 4 I, 1,6 | only of dwelling on the attributes of the Divinity,~not upon 5 I, 1,6 | that is, what are the~attributes of God but they seem also 6 I, 1,6 | one may speak only of the attributes of God, but not of the very 7 I, 1,7 | The attributes of God.~Speaking of the 8 I, 1,7 | of God.~Speaking of the attributes of God, the Holy Fathers 9 I, 1,7 | In the enumeration of the attributes of God in the Holy Fathers 10 I, 1,7 | really an affirmation of attributes that are without limit. 11 I, 1,7 | Judge).~In indicating the attributes of God, we do not thereby 12 I, 1,7 | whole series of essential attributes.~Reason tells us that God 13 I, 1,8 | Scripture concerning the attributes of God.~The attributes of 14 I, 1,8 | the attributes of God.~The attributes of God, taken directly from 15 I, 1,8 | the essence and essential attributes of God may be derived~from 16 I, 1,8 | stop to~think about these attributes set forth in the catechism. 17 I, 1,9 | understand~the spiritual attributes and actions of God.~Let 18 I, 1,16| either the essence or the attributes of God, as the origin of 19 I, 1,16| without a beginning; but these attributes~of the world do not contradict 20 I, 2,1 | have personal or hypostatic attributes: God is unbegotten; the 21 I, 2,1 | isolated manifestations~or attributes or activities; rather, the 22 I, 2,5 | The personal attributes of the Divine Persons.~The 23 I, 2,5 | Personal or Hypostatical attributes of the All-Holy Trinity 24 I, 2,7 | teaching of the personal attributes of the Father, Son and Holy 25 I, 2,9 | Hypostasis the Personal attributes~in the Triune Divinity.However, 26 I, 2,9 | similarly of the other Divine attributes of the Lord Jesus Christ.~ 27 II, 3,5| 5).~However, the exalted attributes of angels have their limits. 28 II, 3,6| a reflection~of the very attributes of God in man's spiritual 29 II, 3,6| spoken in the chapter on the Attributes of God (on God as Spirit) 30 II, 6,3| losing anything of its own attributes,~and became a participant 31 II, 6,3| of Sacred Scripture human attributes are indicated as belonging 32 II, 6,3| Christ as God, and~Divine attributes are indicated as belonging 33 II, 7,4| Apostolic Church,” These attributes are called essential, that~ 34 II, 7,5| Attributes of the Church~Its unity.~ 35 II, 7,5| signify one of the principle attributes~of the Church, namely, to 36 II, 7,5| Lamb” (Apoc. 21:14).~The attributes of the Church indicated 37 II, 8,9| with all its beneficial attributes, is not a~means of healing 38 App, 4 | in Himself all the Divine attributes~in the same fullness as 39 App, 4 | having manifested~these attributes to the world in its creation


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