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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| the Old Testament also, composed of all those who looked~ 2 Intro, A,4| and most of the books were~composed only in the last few centuries 3 Intro, A,4| which for the most~part were composed in heretical circles. Therefore, 4 Intro, A,6| the dogmatic statements~composed by certain Fathers of the 5 I, 1,6 | are expressions that are composed grammatically in such a~ 6 I, 2,9 | the Father.~The Council composed a Symbol of Faith, which 7 I, 2,9 | Confessions of Faith which were composed at the councils or in the 8 II, 3,6 | everything material~and composed of elements, having a nature 9 II, 5,3 | Council of Carthage in 252,~composed of 66 bishops under the 10 II, 6,3 | and for this purpose~it composed the Symbol of Faith (the 11 II, 6,3 | the Divinity and Humanity composed a single~Hypostasis of the 12 II, 7,3 | once gathered in Nicaea, composed the venerable Ecumenical 13 II, 7,4 | decrees, which they have composed — as for example,~those 14 II, 7,5 | is visible, since it is composed of men in the body; it has 15 II, 7,5 | assemblies those gatherings composed of disobedient priests or 16 II, 7,5 | catholic even when it was composed of a limited number of communities,~ 17 II, 7,6 | the Church hierarchy is composed of three degrees. None of 18 II, 8,2 | in a long mountain range composed~of the remaining rites and 19 II, 8,5 | eternal~life. This Mystery is composed, thus, of two separate moments: 20 II, 9,1 | but the canons, usually composed of nine canticles or odes, 21 II, 0,1 | of Christian teaching is composed of what the word of God 22 App, 3 | will never he another~man composed of both Divinity and humanity,” 23 App, 5,2 | which overshadowed him, composed in his honor a eulogy, as 24 App, 5,3 | Nicephorus of~Chios, who composed a “General Service to Any 25 App, 5,3 | some need, I have therefore composed a general service for any 26 App, 5,4 | concerning the saint were composed “according to pattern,” 27 App, 5,4 | when services have been composed to saints not yet glorified 28 App, 5,4 | monastery of Volokolamsk, composed a service to the departed 29 App, 5,6 | menaion or with specially composed services. The glorification


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