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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| the canonical~books. As a source of the teaching of the faith, 2 I | The power of faith. The source of~faith. The nature of 3 I, 1,4 | The source of faith.~“If ye have faith, 4 I, 1,4 | that it binds one with the source of all life and power — 5 I, 1,6 | entirely~mind, entirely source of all good things” (St. 6 I, 1,7 | God Himself, who is the Source, Cause, and Creator of all 7 I, 1,13 | holy” by nature. He is the Source of holiness for angels~and 8 I, 1,17 | Thus God is Himself the source of all life and of every 9 I, 1,17 | His humanity.~God is the source of blessedness. In Him is 10 I, 1,18 | unchangeable, invisible,~source of goodness and justice, 11 I, 2,1 | Father, the ever-flowing Source, as it is expressed in the 12 I, 2,1 | Comforter, Treasury and Source of good things. Having~an 13 II, 3,1 | self-existing Being, the Source of all~being, and the Spirit 14 II, 3,5 | The latter opinion has its source in the Apocalypse, where 15 II, 3,6 | power of faith from the very Source of life, and if he cuts 16 II, 3,6 | cuts off his tie with this Source, he loses~this stream of 17 II, 3,6 | thought towards the~very Source of all that existsGod. 18 II, 4,2 | constant strengthening from the Source of all life, from God, just 19 II, 5,1 | into harmony, becoming a source of constant development 20 II, 5,3 | active. Nourishment from the Source of Life and from the constant 21 II, 5,3 | does not uproot the very source of evil.~It only restrains 22 II, 5,3 | words of the Apostle, is the source, together with lust, of 23 II, 6,4 | significance of a~dogmatic source. The Church, accepting the 24 II, 8,3 | itself is the beginning and source of the Divine gifts which 25 II, 8,6 | overcome a) pride, the~chief source of sins, and b) the despondency 26 II, 9,6 | the mere touching~become a source of healing, do believers 27 Add, 0,7 | most perfect life, whose source is in~God alone. In particular, 28 App, 2 | methods and their sources.~The source of theologizing is Divine 29 App, 4 | the world, it has a single~source: God. “For the Lord gives


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