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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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authority

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| other have one and the same authority for piety, and no one~who 2 Intro, A,5| others also as having great~authority for the Mystery, having 3 I, 1,18 | operation, one principality, one~authority, one dominion, one kingdom, 4 II, 3,5 | different times, has not had the authority in the Church which is enjoyed 5 II, 3,5 | above all Principality, and Authority, and Power, and Dominion’~( 6 II, 5,3 | to be~more under his own authority than under God's; and a 7 II, 5,3 | flesh is a weakening of the authority of the~spirit over the body, 8 II, 6,2 | Septuagint). In other words, the authority of the tribe of Judah shall 9 II, 6,2 | the termination of the authority of the~tribe of Judah will 10 II, 6,2 | had been united under the authority of Rome-something~which 11 II, 6,7 | in His miracles, in~His authority over nature; b) in His authority 12 II, 6,7 | authority over nature; b) in His authority over the powers of hell, 13 II, 6,7 | Luke 10:18); c) in His authority over death, manifested in 14 II, 7,3 | The Saviour, in giving authority to the Apostles before His 15 II, 7,5 | was still under Turkish authority,~was forced by the Sultan 16 II, 7,5 | visible act of the Church authority or by the invisible act~ 17 II, 7,6 | spiritual gifts and a special~authority. Appearing to them after 18 II, 7,6 | 20:21), testify that this authority~of pastorship is inseparably 19 II, 7,6 | Thus the highest organ of authority in the Church, and the highest 20 II, 7,6 | Church, and the highest authority in general, is a~council 21 II, 8,3 | received from His Father all~authority in Heaven and on earth, 22 II, 8,6 | Divine institution of the authority of the pastors of~the Church 23 II, 8,6 | remits sins not on his own authority, but in the name of the 24 II, 8,7 | he was clothed with the authority to ordain others (1 Tim.~ 25 II, 8,7 | that the Apostles, by the authority~of Christ, established three 26 II, 8,7 | by~persons equal in their authority to the Apostles, and who 27 Add, 0,7 | put down all rule, and all authority and power. For He must reign,~ 28 App, 2 | not sanction~them with its authority. In any case, it is essential 29 App, 3 | and moral relationship (authority, dominion,~governance) only 30 App, 5,2 | officials subject to their authority. It is also quite possible 31 App, 5,3 | Mountain through the personal authority of the brotherhoods, or 32 App, 5,4 | the attention of those in authority, compose~canons to, and 33 App, 5,4 | resolution of hierarchal authority. The faithful turn~to both 34 App, 5,5 | Higher authority needed.~In the Russian Church, 35 App, 5,5 | higher the ecclesiastical authority needed to confirm it.~When, 36 App, 5,5 | veneration on his own personal authority.~As examples of how a synodal 37 App, 5,5 | once the ecclesiastical authority denied requests~for the 38 App, 5,6 | the higher ecclesiastical authority, after~due verification,


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