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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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martyrs

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1 Intro, A,5| ancient Acts of the Christian martyrs. The Acts of the martyrs 2 Intro, A,5| martyrs. The Acts of the martyrs did not enter into~use by 3 I, 2,4 | indicated: 1) the example of the martyrs and confessors who were 4 II, 6,6 | Apostles, the Prophets, the Martyrs, the Hierarchs, and the 5 II, 6,8 | Christ, the Apostles, first martyrs, confessors; and thus until 6 II, 7,4 | Again, the memorial of the martyrs, and again a feast day and 7 II, 7,4 | this be? you will say. The martyrs are our~parts and members. 8 II, 7,4 | We are the feet, and the martyrs are the head;~'but the head 9 II, 7,4 | upon the faithful, O divine Martyrs, warriors of Christ” (from 10 II, 7,4 | from the Common~Service to Martyrs). “Like brightly shining 11 II, 7,5 | special gifts of grace . martyrs,~virgins, ascetics, holy 12 II, 8,1 | The Apostles and prophets, martyrs and hierarchs, holy monastics 13 II, 8,2 | righteousness, the ranks of martyrs for the faith, confessors, 14 II, 9,3 | patriarchs, prophets, apostles,~martyrs, so that by their prayers 15 II, 9,3 | intercession for us of the martyrs,~are to be found in other 16 II, 9,6 | to place relics of holy martyrs at the dedication of altars, 17 II, 9,7 | first the sufferings of the~martyrs in the earliest Christian 18 II, 9,7 | adorned with confessors and martyrs for faith in Christ. And 19 Add, 0,4 | when the suffering of the martyrs was~the light of Christianity, 20 Add, 0,4 | Church depicts the Christian martyrs, male and female, as attaining 21 App, 5,1 | are the commemorations of martyrs~that were slain by the hundreds 22 App, 5,2 | Testament apostles; b) the martyrs, who gained crowns of glory~ 23 App, 5,2 | prophets, apostles, and martyrs, membership in any one of 24 App, 5,2 | were held in honor of the martyrs as early as~the first quarter 25 App, 5,2 | glorification, just as the martyrs' holy ends were~for them. 26 App, 5,2 | dates of martyrdom) of the martyrs and the~days of the repose 27 App, 5,2 | celebrations of their local martyrs and the~commemoration of 28 App, 5,2 | reference to the memory of the martyrs, but “commemoration” in 29 App, 5,2 | newly glorified saints:~martyrs and ascetics.~ 30 App, 5,3 | Martyrs and Ascetics.~Under Turkish 31 App, 5,3 | Church had no small number of martyrs who were put to~death for 32 App, 5,3 | continues to accept her~martyrs just as the ancient Church 33 App, 5,3 | ancient Church regarded the martyrs of the early Christian era, 34 App, 5,3 | cases. A great many Greek martyrs were not proclaimed~as saints 35 App, 5,3 | the majority of the new martyrs do not have a service to 36 App, 5,3 | believes that generally martyrs~honored without official 37 App, 5,4 | yearly at the tombs of the martyrs on thedays of their repose 38 App, 5,4 | Christians of Egypt had for martyrs' remains.~It is well known


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