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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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confession

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| churches. In them we see the confession of the Most Holy Trinity, 2 Intro, A,6| Church — for example, the confession of faith of St. Gregory~ 3 Intro, B,1| millennium.~These books are: The Confession of the Orthodox Faith compiled 4 Intro, B,1| category is The Orthodox Confession of Peter Mogila, Metropolitan 5 Intro, C,1| theologizing must begin with~this confession. Under this condition theologizing 6 I, 1,1 | believe.” All of our Christian confession~is based upon faith. God 7 I, 2,1 | faith incomparably above any confession of simple monotheism,~such 8 II, 3,3 | mind of God, the Orthodox Confession and~the Longer Orthodox 9 II, 3,5 | Principalities~(The Orthodox Confession).~We find this enumeration 10 II, 6,3 | Matt. 16:16), and this~confession served for the promise that 11 II, 6,3 | built upon the rock of this~confession.~The Lord Jesus Christ Himself 12 II, 6,3 | oneness of personality. In the confession of faith of the~Council 13 II, 6,4 | of God, and also in the~Confession of the Jerusalem Council 14 II, 7,3 | holy and irreproachable confession. If it is thus, then can 15 II, 7,3 | Matt. 16:17-18). On this confession the Church of God is made~ 16 II, 7,5 | manifested~in the harmonious confession of faith, in the oneness 17 II, 8,1 | and for the sake of such a confession andwith its help they struggled 18 II, 8,1 | again through repentance, confession,~and a self-belittling life; 19 II, 8,3 | renunciations~and the sacred confession.”~How important for us is 20 II, 8,6 | two basic actions: 1) the confession of his sins before~a pastor 21 II, 8,6 | also called the Mystery of Confession (even though the confession 22 II, 8,6 | Confession (even though the confession of sins~comprises only the 23 II, 8,6 | manifestation of one’s sins.~Confession — that is, pronouncing aloud — 24 II, 8,6 | a spiritual father — the~confession of sins — has the significance 25 II, 8,6 | distinguish from the Mystery of Confession the moral guidance of a 26 II, 8,6 | spiritual children. The confession of one’s thoughts and~acts 27 II, 8,9 | Unction is usually preceded by Confession and is usually concluded 28 II, 8,9 | capable of offering the proper confession of~his sins. This lightening 29 II, 8,9 | dying, which usually include Confession, Holy Communion, and the 30 II, 9,3 | such as martyrdom, fearless confession, self-sacrificing service 31 II, 9,7 | loud, because it is an open confession~of our Faith.~Thus, with 32 II, 9,7 | history of martyrdom and the~confession of Christianity in all ages.~ 33 II, 0,1 | contains the Orthodox Christian confession of faith in the future coming 34 App, 5,1 | canonization of the Roman confession. The Roman~Church's canonization, 35 App, 5,5 | as a universal, conciliar confession on the part of the Church~ 36 App, 5,6 | is accepted~in the Roman confession, which has instituted a


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