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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, C | branch of learning is to set forth, with firm foundation~ 2 Intro, C | works of dogmatic theology set forth the thinking of the 3 Intro, C,2| briefly as possible~I have set forth for you our love of 4 I, 1,5 | relative” knowability of Him~is set forth by St. John Damascene 5 I, 1,8 | from the Word of God, are set forth in Metropolitan~Philaret' 6 I, 1,8 | think about these attributes set forth in the catechism. 7 I, 1,18 | when this truth had to be set forth against the idea of 8 I, 2,5 | the Son~and the Spirit is set in opposition to any kind 9 II, 3,1 | the creation of the world, set forth on the first page 10 II, 3,5 | testifies of Christ: ‘and set Him at His own right hand 11 II, 3,6 | of the human body as is set forth~generally in the Sacred 12 II, 3,6 | created; this view has been set forth dogmatically in several 13 II, 3,6 | crowned him, and Thou hast set him over the works of Thy 14 II, 6,3 | desire” or “will”), who set forth the idea that in Christ 15 II, 6,7 | of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are 16 II, 7,6 | Crete, that~thou shouldest set in order the things that 17 II, 8,1 | grace.~From what has been set forth, it follows that there 18 II, 8,6 | fast, above that~which is set for everyone; prayers of 19 II, 8,7 | and distinctiveness are set apart from each other, as 20 II, 8,8 | fulfill and attain the aims set before them, namely: to 21 II, 9,5 | the cutting of stones, to set~them, and in carving of 22 II, 9,5 | holy images . . . should be~set forth in the holy churches 23 II, 9,5 | venerationshown for icons was set forth first by St. John 24 II, 0,1 | process whose beginning is set~forth in the first page 25 App, 3 | Vladimir S. Soloviev, who set as his aim “to justify the 26 App, 4 | a house for herself, and set up seven pillars. She has 27 App, 5,3 | taken counsel together, have set up a sacred icon of~Gregory 28 App, 5,4 | that they conformed~to a set form and were satisfactory 29 App, 5,4 | departed, and in it there was set a grave slab or reliquary ( 30 App, 5,5 | lies beneath a bushel, be set before the eyes of all.”


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