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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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act

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 3,5 | is required for them to act. However, one cannot say 2 II, 3,6 | will and the ability to act~freely within certain boundaries.~ 3 II, 3,6 | with regard to the very act of creation it is said:~“ 4 II, 5,2 | the devil and his servants act in the world under the heaven,~ 5 II, 7,3 | powers of Christ do not act. It is “full of Christ” ( 6 II, 7,5 | Greece refused to accept this~act as having been performed 7 II, 7,5 | Church, either by a visible act of the Church authority 8 II, 7,5 | authority or by the invisible act~of God’s judgment. Thus, 9 II, 8,1 | powers of the Holy Spirit act in the Church.~In the Apostolic 10 II, 8,1 | the saving grace of God act?~Both the spiritual birth 11 II, 8,1 | saving grace of God might act. Very~expressive in this 12 II, 8,2 | sacrament) is a sacred act which under a visible aspect 13 II, 8,2 | means which unfailingly~act by grace upon those who 14 II, 8,2 | freedom of man; it does not act upon him irresistibly. Often 15 II, 8,4 | It is a) the culminating act of being united to the Church, 16 II, 8,4 | with another visible~sacred act (the anointment of the newly 17 II, 8,4 | laying on of hands by the act of Chrismation,~with the 18 II, 8,6 | repentance). Rather, it is an act of one’s will for correction, 19 II, 8,6 | sins in the Mystery is an~act of mercy, but not an irrational 20 II, 8,7 | intended for this aim, and an act of Divine grace.~In the 21 II, 8,7 | on of hands~as a sacred act by means of which presbyters 22 II, 8,7 | the one hand, as a sacred act~known to all, by means of 23 II, 8,7 | the~other hand as a sacred act which had a special importance 24 II, 8,7 | ordination” itself~was an act totally separate and distinct 25 II, 9,3 | was revealed the lawless act of the servant Gehazi (4 26 App, 5,1| Church, she composes an act of “numbering~among the 27 App, 5,1| Such is the essence of the act of glorification itself. 28 App, 5,2| did not perform such an act without the knowledge and 29 App, 5,3| guidance from us as to~how to act with such holy relics, we 30 App, 5,3| Holiness in the present event act~in accordance with the Church' 31 App, 5,3| twenty-one hierarchs.~The act of numbering among the choirs 32 App, 5,3| actions~that precede the act of glorification, on par 33 App, 5,3| in the realization of the act of the glorification~which 34 App, 5,5| had been conducted a true act of God, Who is~wondrous 35 App, 5,5| until that time had been an act of personal zeal, the calling~ 36 App, 5,5| follow immediately after the act of glorification.~ 37 App, 5,6| constitute a single, inseparable act, although they often are


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