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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,7 | give a “definition” of the concept of~God Such a definition 2 I, 1,7 | cannot be a definition of the concept of the Divinity: “For a 3 I, 1,7 | of the Divinity: “For a concept is itself a form of limitation”~( 4 I, 1,7 | are incompatible~with the concept of “God.”~Reason tells us 5 I, 1,10 | existent life, and this concept is applied usually to the 6 I, 1,10 | always one and the same. The concept of immortality, on the other~ 7 I, 1,16 | mind cannot understand the concept of this activity in the 8 I, 2,6 | John the Theologian.~The concept or nameWord” we find in 9 I, 2,6 | Philo of Alexandria (the concept of the Logos as a personal 10 I, 2,7 | theologians transferred the concept of providential relations 11 I, 2,8 | intermediary. Thus, the concept of the Absolute was connected 12 I, 2,8 | of God~the Father and the concept of the intermediary with 13 I, 2,9 | others, another meaning. The conceptessence” was expressed~ 14 I, 2,9 | Fathers referred it to the concept of~“Person.” However, a 15 II, 3,1 | Higher Principle. Such a concept would lead to the same negative 16 II, 3,6 | purpose in the world.~2. The concept of man's high purpose and 17 II, 5,3 | terms used to express this concept, usually translatedoriginal 18 II, 5,3 | of him. Yet rejecting~the concept because of this misunderstanding 19 II, 6,6 | terminology also, by the single concept of “redemption,”~which literally 20 II, 6,6 | theological definition of the concept of “redemption,” a philological 21 II, 6,6 | which correspond to this concept has great importance.~In 22 II, 6,6 | Testament Scriptures, this concept is expressed by two words,~ 23 II, 7,1 | The concept of the Church of Christ 24 II, 7,5 | to express a certain new concept which is present only to 25 II, 7,5 | in all” (Eph. 1:23). This concept indicates that the whole 26 II, 7,5 | contrasted with another concept which is widespread in~the 27 II, 7,5 | According to~this different concept, all the various existing 28 II, 7,6 | ministries are united in a single concept of pastorship, in accordance 29 II, 8,1 | more precise meaning, the concept of grace refers to the New 30 II, 8,1 | fundamental meanings of this concept. First, by the grace of~ 31 II, 8,2 | in the ancient Church the concept~of “mysteries” or “sacraments” 32 II, 8,7 | proof, to deduce the very concept of the Christian Mysteries 33 II, 9,6 | elevation not only~of the concept of man in Christ, but also 34 II, 9,6 | Christ, but also of the concept of the body as the dwelling 35 Add, 0,7| 34).~Moreover, the very concept of “anger” in relation to


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