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worm 4
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worship 33
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worshipped 6
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33 symbol
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33 water
33 worship
32 25
32 degree
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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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worship

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,11 | that we honor, and what we worship, we have a ready reply: 2 I, 1,18 | and worshipped~with one worship” (St. John Damascene, Exact 3 I, 1,18 | the true God against the worship of~idols; those who worshipped 4 I, 2,1 | proceeds from the Father.We worship the All-Holy Trinity with 5 I, 2,1 | a single and inseparable worship. In the Church Fathers~and 6 I, 2,3 | baptized~in the Jordan, the worship of the Trinity was made 7 I, 2,4 | the best of my power to worship Father,~Son, and Holy Spirit, 8 I, 2,8 | Hypostases are equal in~honor and worship.~As for the fullness of 9 II, 3,5 | texts on Christian doctrine, worship, and discipline~which give 10 II, 6,3 | Chapters 7 and 8).The one worship of Christ.~To the Lord Jesus 11 II, 6,3 | give a single inseparable~worship, both according to Divinity 12 II, 6,3 | touches only on the separate worship of the Divinity and the 13 II, 6,3 | general the veneration and worship of Christ should be directed 14 II, 6,3 | was there~ever a custom to worship separately the love of God, 15 II, 6,3 | of prayer, contrition and worship before Him. Even in the 16 II, 6,6 | the Son, that all might worship the Son as they worship~ 17 II, 6,6 | worship the Son as they worship~the Father. The Son Himself 18 II, 8,5 | single inseparable Divine worship, both~according to His Divinity 19 II, 8,5 | given the same honor and worship~which we are obliged to 20 II, 9,4 | Christians.~The Christian worship of God, in its highest state, 21 II, 9,4 | in its highest state, is worship “in spirit and in truth” ( 22 II, 9,4 | these things.~Spiritual worship must be accompanied by bodily 23 II, 9,4 | be accompanied by bodily worship, as a result of the close 24 II, 9,5 | the outward forms of the worship of God and the veneration 25 II, 9,5 | erection of idols and the~worship of them, one cannot at all 26 II, 9,5 | images~of false gods, and the worship of them was a worship of 27 II, 9,5 | the worship of them was a worship of demons, or else of imaginary 28 II, 9,5 | thus, in essence, it is a worship of the lifeless objects 29 II, 9,5 | they have in mind the pagan worship (the~Council of Elvira in 30 II, 9,5 | drawn away from pagan idol worship, and only later could there 31 II, 9,5 | proskynisis), not indeed that true worship of faith (Greek:~latreia) 32 II, 9,5 | distinction between the “worship” of God and the~“reverence” 33 Add, 0,4| and also in public~Divine Worship, we never lose sight of


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