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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,2 | which is the kind of belief usually encountered in life.~ 2 I, 1,10 | this concept is applied usually to the one unoriginal nature,~ 3 I, 1,10 | which is why it~is applied usually only to the Worshipful and 4 I, 2,5 | expressions,~of the Son it is usually said, in the past tense, 5 I, 2,5 | However, the Holy Fathers~more usually use the expression of the 6 I, 2,10 | the Son of God, this was usually accompanied by a lessening 7 II, 3,2 | non-being, as the Fathers usually express themselves, since 8 II, 3,5 | of the~ranks of angels is usually limited in the teaching 9 II, 3,6 | faith in God within himself usually ceases to believe in the~ 10 II, 5,3 | sin. The misunderstandings usually occur either from the desire 11 II, 5,3 | to express this concept, usually translatedoriginal sin” 12 II, 6,6 | expressed in Sacred Scripture usually in the same terminology,~ 13 II, 6,6 | Cross and Resurrection are usually expressed by the~Apostles, 14 II, 7,2 | in~what sequence these usually occur, what hindrances must 15 II, 7,4 | expressed love, and love usually joins and binds~things which 16 II, 8,3 | family the parents themselves usually teach their children the 17 II, 8,4 | Chrismation is performed usually immediately after the Mystery 18 II, 8,5 | of the Apostles). Artos usually signifies wheat bread which 19 II, 8,5 | Eucharist, as is well known, was usually taken from the offerings 20 II, 8,9 | The Mystery~of Unction is usually preceded by Confession and 21 II, 8,9 | preceded by Confession and is usually concluded with the Mystery 22 II, 8,9 | of Unction (In this~rite, usually performed in the evening 23 II, 8,9 | administered to the dying, which usually include Confession, Holy 24 II, 9,1 | councils, but the canons, usually composed of nine canticles 25 II, 9,2 | And indeed, such people usually do not leave behind them 26 II, 0,2 | Departure of the Soul,” which is usually printed in the Sequential 27 II, 0,2 | the Fathers of the Church usually refer to the condition after 28 Add, 0,7| rationalistic language usually understands “not real, no~ 29 App, 5,3| removal~of the relics is usually one of the first sacred 30 App, 5,4| over the place of burial;~usually this “cenotaph” was an empty 31 App, 5,6| his tomb. Glorification is usually an expression~of the voice 32 App, 5,6| period of several decades (usually fifty~years from the date


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