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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,6 | revealed by~God to the Prophet Moses, has just such a profound 2 I, 1,9 | Genesis, and to the Prophet Moses, God revealed Himself as 3 I, 1,18| God. No one can doubt that Moses was a pure~monotheist, knowing 4 I, 2,2 | even unto this~day, when Moses is read, the veil is upon 5 I, 2,2 | indicated by God through Moses is in a triple form:~“The 6 II, 3,1| and the earth (Gen. 1:1). Moses' divinely inspired~account 7 II, 3,1| purpose of the God-seer Moses was — by means of an account 8 II, 3,1| magnificent schema given by Moses of the origin of the world,~ 9 II, 3,1| foundations that~are given in Moses' account of the creation 10 II, 3,6| Ps. 8:5). And the~Prophet Moses depicts man's origin in 11 II, 3,6| we hear in the account of Moses that God~took dust from 12 II, 3,6| soul. In the accounts of Moses there are indications of 13 II, 3,6| soul. Concerning Enoch, Moses remarks that “he was not; 14 II, 3,6| Abraham (Gen. 25:8), Aaron and Moses (Deut. 32:50), “and he was 15 II, 3,6| their~wandering (Aaron and Moses). Patriarch Jacob, having 16 II, 5,3| great righteous men such as Moses, Elijah,~Elisha, and the 17 II, 6,2| children under the law of Moses; while the coming of the 18 II, 6,2| consists of the words of Moses to his people: “Thy Lord 19 II, 6,2| hearken” (Deut. 18:15). After Moses there were many great prophets 20 II, 6,2| of them were the words of Moses referred. And the same Book 21 II, 6,2| testifies~of the time close to Moses; “And there arose not a 22 II, 6,2| since in Israel like unto Moses”~(Deut. 34:10). The Lord 23 II, 6,2| Himself referred the words of Moses to Himself. “For had~ye 24 II, 6,2| Himself. “For had~ye believed Moses, ye would have believed 25 II, 6,2| of the father-in-law of Moses, Jethro of Midian (Exodus 26 II, 6,6| b) the curses~placed by Moses, in the book of Deuteronomy ( 27 II, 7,6| application of the ritual law of Moses . the Apostles gathered 28 II, 8,1| Noah,~Abraham, the Prophet Moses, and the later Prophets.~ 29 II, 9,3| man's brethren, “They~have Moses and the prophets; let them 30 II, 9,3| after his death; he knows of Moses and~the Law, of the prophets 31 II, 9,5| gift from God. Of old under Moses “The Lord hath called by 32 II, 9,5| artists for the tabernacle of Moses, as also~subsequently for 33 II, 9,5| to give His commands to Moses. “There I~will meet with


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