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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| canon” of Scripture, but to “canons” or laws proclaimed at church 2 Intro, A,4| accordance with the Church's canons.” But in the former, restricted 3 Intro, A,4| Apostolic Canon (The “Apostolic Canons”~or the “Canons of the Holy 4 Intro, A,4| Apostolic Canons”~or the “Canons of the Holy Apostles” are 5 Intro, A,4| collection of 85 ecclesiastical canons or laws handed down from 6 Intro, A,4| Ecumenical (787). Some of these canons were cited and approved 7 Intro, A,4| necessarily mean that all the canons or the collection~of them 8 Intro, A,5| record of the Church, the Canons of the Holy Apostles; (See 9 Intro, A,5| See above~note on the Canons of the Holy Apostles)~• 10 Intro, A,5| Church organization, the canons, the Divine Services and 11 Intro, A,6| which are called the Church canons,~and required the universal 12 Intro, A,6| Councils, p. 602.), the canons of St. Basil the Great ( 13 Intro, A,6| The text of St. Basil's canons~may be found in the Eerdmans 14 Intro, A,6| Councils, p. 361, and the canons of the local councils~and 15 Intro, A,7| Dogmas and canons.~In ecclesiastical terminology 16 Intro, A,7| the truths of faith,~and canons are the prescriptions: relating 17 Intro, B,1| are given in the~Book of Canons of the Holy Apostles, the 18 II, 3,5 | distinguished~from the “Apostolic Canons” which were accepted by 19 II, 7,2 | Divine services and~the canons; it is made richer by Patristic 20 II, 7,5 | by their~violation of the canons of the Church, or by the 21 II, 8,1 | accomplish what we know”~(Canons 125, also 126 and 127; for 22 II, 8,1 | Ecumenical Councils, p.~497Canons 111 and 112 of the “African 23 II, 8,6 | which, according~to Church canons, the priest as a spiritual 24 II, 8,6 | repentance unto salvation.~The canons of the holy Councils and 25 II, 8,7 | Stromata).~The Apostolic Canons command: “Let a bishop be 26 II, 8,7 | ordained by one bishop” (Canons 1 and 2); (Eerdmans~Seven 27 II, 8,8 | marriage~with heretics (canons of the Fourth and Sixth 28 II, 9,1 | example, often occurs in the canons (Not, of course, the canons 29 II, 9,1 | canons (Not, of course, the canons or rules of~councils, but 30 II, 9,1 | rules of~councils, but the canons, usually composed of nine 31 II, 9,5 | is said in the Orthodox canons regarding the veneration 32 Add, 0,4 | opposing enemy.” In special canons of repentance we entreat 33 App, 5,2 | eulogy, as well as hymns and canons, and celebrated~his memory 34 App, 5,4 | Young Monks that Compose~New Canons and Lives of the Saints.” 35 App, 5,4 | those in authority, compose~canons to, and lives of, the departed 36 App, 5,4 | admonishes compilers of canons and lives, saying: “O ye 37 App, 5,4 | ones, do not compose new~canons and lives to be sung by


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