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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| Acts of the martyrs did not enter into~use by the faithful 2 I, 1,13 | God nothing unclean can enter. The Lord cleanses us by 3 I, 1,13 | is terrible: how can we enter into the~kingdom of holiness 4 II, 3,6 | Holies?~And who is worthy to enter into the Holy Place? Who 5 II, 5,2 | wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there, and 6 II, 6,4 | opened, and no man shall enter in by it; because the Lord 7 II, 6,5 | But nothing unclean can enter the Kingdom of God” (cf. 8 II, 6,5 | darkness in Him, and those who enter the Kingdom of God must 9 II, 6,6 | Cross of the Lord: “Let us enter into the meaning of the 10 II, 7,1 | the door; by Me if any man enter in, he shall be~saved, and 11 II, 7,5 | to be observed does not enter into the depths of the~life 12 II, 8,1 | 10). However, in order to enter the Church one must depart~ 13 II, 8,1 | wordgrace.” Those who enter the Church have~entered 14 II, 8,3 | and the Spirit, he cannot~enter into the Kingdom of God. 15 II, 8,5 | who partakes of them will enter into the most intimate communion 16 II, 8,5 | Divinity of the Word should “enter” into the bread offered 17 II, 8,6 | all these aspects should enter into repentance). Rather, 18 II, 8,6 | so that there might also enter the opened soul a grace-giving 19 II, 8,6 | for their salvation,~which enter into the above-mentioned20 II, 8,7 | receiving ordination, to enter into marriage, but~which 21 II, 8,9 | definite form, which was to enter into the custom of the Church: 22 Add, 0,4 | wicked than himself,~and they enter in and dwell there, and 23 Add, 0,4 | that nothing unclean would enter into the kingdom of sanctity, 24 Add, 0,4 | from the body, when we must enter into a new life:~will it 25 Add, 0,7 | teachers~of the Church, do not enter immediately into the subject 26 Add, 0,7 | subjected to judgment,~but will enter into the blessed life of 27 Add, 0,7 | it is better for thee to enter in to life maimed than having 28 Add, 0,7 | militant Church; it will enter into this Kingdom of glory 29 App, 1 | of new concepts began to enter Russian religious thought. 30 App, 1 | of revealed truths which enter into the accepted~systems 31 App, 5,1 | Blessed N. is a saint, and we enter him in the catalogue of


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