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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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separate

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,3| rational conceptions~of separate individuals, even though 2 Intro, A,5| correct understanding of separate passages of Sacred Scrip-~ ~ 3 Intro, A,6| antiquity, local councils of separate Orthodox~Churches gathered 4 Intro, A,8| and 80, printed also as a separate booklet, St. Herman of Alaska 5 I, 1,2 | It is more complex than separate feelings. It contains within 6 I, 2,6 | 2).~Thought and word are separate one from the other and each 7 I, 2,6 | occupies its special and separate~place: while thought remains 8 I, 2,7 | with it, although it is a separate dogma — or else they are 9 I, 2,9 | testifies of Him. Concerning separate passages, we will~indicate 10 II, 3,5 | Dominions, we~have five separate ranks; and when we join 11 II, 3,5 | special angels are placed over~separate aspects of the kingdom of 12 II, 3,6 | is an essence completely separate from the body and from everything 13 II, 3,6 | the Divine services and separate~prayers, all support and 14 II, 3,6 | not as a substance that is separate and independent~from the 15 II, 4,1 | from the collision of these separate strivings in the world,~ 16 II, 6,3 | touched each other but were separate; and after His birth He 17 II, 6,3 | Council touches only on the separate worship of the Divinity 18 II, 7,4 | the heavenly world are two separate forms of existence: there~ 19 II, 7,4 | the~earthly, as completely separate. If we do not reach as far 20 II, 7,4 | and binds~things which are separate, despite their difference 21 II, 7,5 | the formation today of two separate local Churches (in full 22 II, 7,6 | person)” (Gal. 2:6). As for separate persons, the Apostle~Paul 23 II, 8,5 | is composed, thus, of two separate moments: 1) the changing 24 II, 8,7 | itself~was an act totally separate and distinct from the agreement 25 II, 8,9 | illness. However, Unction is a separate Mystery, for the healing 26 II, 9,2 | life... shall be able to separate us from the love of God, 27 II, 9,7 | the lot not only of each separate Christian but of the Church 28 II, 0,2 | of this only in part from separate expressions which are found 29 App, 1 | a lifeless collection of separate~dogmas?~With all assurance 30 App, 4 | other Old Testament books separate episodes are cited~which


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