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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 2,1 | first with the dogma of our Redemption. Because of its~special 2 II, 3,5| completely the mystery~of the Redemption, although they wish to penetrate 3 II, 5,3| a particular~view of the redemption performed by the Son of 4 II, 6,1| beloved Son: In Whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness 5 II, 6,2| ordained for the work of redemption? In~the verses which precede 6 II, 6,4| she~shared the need for redemption (the Epistle of the Eastern 7 II, 6,5| The dogma of redemption~The Lamb of God.~The dogma 8 II, 6,6| this reconciliation and redemption from above, it was necessary~ 9 II, 6,6| justification, reconciliation,~redemption, propitiation, forgiveness, 10 II, 6,6| accomplished upon it: “for the redemption of the transgressions that 11 II, 6,6| the wordjustification,”~“redemption,” “reconciliation”), as 12 II, 6,6| are sealed unto the day of redemption”~(that is to say, the day 13 II, 6,6| clear that in the mystery of redemption the Cross and Resurrection 14 II, 6,6| into the world.~The wordredemption” in the usage of the Apostles.~ 15 II, 6,6| by the single concept of “redemption,”~which literally signifies 16 II, 6,6| definition of the concept of “redemption,” a philological examination 17 II, 6,6| interpretation of the truth of the Redemption was greatly complicated 18 II, 6,6| overly-narrow sense, and the work of redemption was interpreted as a “satisfaction” — 19 II, 6,6| one-sided interpretation of Redemption became the reigning one 20 II, 6,6| complete denial of the dogma of Redemption and to the acknowledgement~ 21 II, 6,6| understanding of the work of Redemption,~is the wordpropitiation,” 22 II, 6,7| and obtained an eternal redemption~(Heb. 9:12).~They were priests 23 II, 6,8| Christ on the Cross our Redemption was accomplished, so by 24 II, 6,8| in expectation of their redemption and deliverance. Thus it 25 II, 8,1| of the great work of our Redemption from sin through the Saviour’ 26 II, 8,1| with the general grace of redemption,~is in this life as an individual 27 II, 8,4| are signed unto the day of redemption” (Eph. 4:30). The “day of~ 28 II, 8,4| Eph. 4:30). The “day of~redemption” in Sacred Scripture indicates 29 II, 8,5| reminding the faithful of the redemption,~as the reformed Zwingli 30 II, 9,7| the whole grandeur of our redemption, which reminds us~of the

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