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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, C,2| capable of being used for the higher questions of life; while 2 I, 1,1 | senses, but upon an inward, higher conviction~which has a moral 3 I, 1,9 | the spirituality~of God is higher, more perfect, than the 4 I, 1,9 | understand~by this anything higher? No, God does not walk . 5 I, 1,13 | holiness is the presence of higher~spiritual values, joined 6 I, 1,17 | universe, which come from the higher powers . the Cherubim and 7 II, 3,1 | accountability before a Higher Principle. Such a concept 8 II, 3,1 | created in time. There is a Higher, Eternal,~Most-wise, Almighty, 9 II, 3,4 | fore-ordained to a new and higher form of life. Divine~Revelation 10 II, 3,5 | beings not only comparatively higher and more perfect, but they 11 II, 3,5 | The nature of an angel is higher than the nature of a man, 12 II, 3,5 | Sacred Scripture, some of the higher angels are given their own 13 II, 3,5 | been given to seven of the higher angels, corresponding to 14 II, 3,6 | on earth, having also a higher purpose in the world.~2. 15 II, 3,6 | souls come to earth from a higher world. This teaching of 16 II, 3,6 | evidently meant that special higher harmony of the hidden~part 17 II, 3,6 | idea of the spirit as the higher, grace-given form of the 18 II, 3,6 | the image of God in the higher qualities of the soul, especially 19 II, 6,3 | only the lower but also the higher side of the human soul.~ 20 II, 6,7 | Testament law inspires one to higher, eternal, spiritual~goods.~ 21 II, 6,8 | of Christ,~then also the higher world, the heavenly Jerusalem, 22 II, 7,6 | appeared a need to appeal to a higher authoritative voice or~judgment — 23 Add, 0,7 | ascetics indicate that the higher one’s moral awareness is~ 24 Add, 0,7 | see~the degrees that are higher and lower, lest looking 25 App, 1 | centuries, does not become higher, deeper, and broader than 26 App, 3 | came so as to raise it to a higher degree in the gradual manifestation~ 27 App, 3 | materiality and inertia into a~higher, more perfect form of existence.~ 28 App, 5,2 | definite confirmation~by higher church authorities and a 29 App, 5,4 | occasions of the blessing by the higher ecclesiastical~authorities 30 App, 5,5 | Higher authority needed.~In the 31 App, 5,5 | proposed veneration,~the higher the ecclesiastical authority 32 App, 5,6 | the Church, to whom the higher ecclesiastical authority,


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