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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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brought

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| prison” (1 Peter 3:19), He brought up the righteous ones of 2 Intro, A,8| Sacred Tradition, and also brought forth for them arguments 3 Intro, C | and since some of them brought forth arguments of one kind, 4 I, 1,10 | ascribed to one who has been brought into being and does not 5 II, 3,1 | existing material but was brought into being out of~complete 6 II, 3,1 | elements of the earth, was~“brought forth” by the water and 7 II, 3,2 | better to say that it was brought into~being from non-being, 8 II, 3,2 | almighty will of God, which brought the universe into existence~ 9 II, 3,4 | which, even though they were brought forth subsequently, for 10 II, 3,6 | potentiality. But God's decree is brought into reality in such a way 11 II, 4,2 | Genesis informs us, God brought all living creatures to 12 II, 5,1 | mutual agreement and~are brought into harmony, becoming a 13 II, 5,3 | nature not~harmed but only brought into disorder because flesh, 14 II, 6,2 | opened~not His mouth: He is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, 15 II, 6,3 | that the Incarnation~was brought about without transformation 16 II, 6,3 | deification of~the flesh was brought about. For the Word neither 17 II, 6,6 | Resurrection~new life has been brought into the world.~The word “ 18 II, 6,8 | the captives of hell~and brought up from there all the Old 19 II, 7,3 | it; so also here, He has brought all under a single head 20 II, 7,3 | with~what is above, will be brought under a single Head” (Works 21 II, 8,1 | salvation which has~been brought by the Lord Jesus Christ.~ 22 II, 8,5 | Often in antiquity believers brought the~Holy Gifts with reverence 23 II, 8,5 | who, without any doubt, brought to church from their homes 24 II, 8,7 | indeed~take place. It is brought down upon the one who approaches 25 II, 9,5 | deliverance, waiting~to be brought up out of hell; this was 26 II, 9,5 | only later could there be brought~into being the idea of the 27 Add, 0,4 | immediately after death was brought by angels to the~bosom of 28 Add, 0,7 | In this~attempt there are brought forward conceptions of a 29 Add, 0,7 | is death... Then shall be brought to pass the saving that


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