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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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bodily

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,6 | own body, renounce your bodily senses, abandon the earth, 2 I, 1,9 | foreign to every kind of bodily nature or materiality. At 3 I, 1,9 | many places where something bodily is symbolically ascribed 4 I, 1,9 | Existence. Therefore, by bodily symbols the Scripture teaches 5 I, 1,9 | by something taken from bodily things” (Homily 31, Fifth 6 I, 2,9 | fullness of the Godhead bodily” (Col. 2:9).~The following 7 II, 3,5 | they cannot be seen by our bodily eyes. Angels, instructs~ 8 II, 3,6 | shows that man, even in his bodily organization, is a~being 9 II, 3,6 | nature, surpassing every bodily nature (Origen).~d. that 10 II, 3,6 | inward part of the same bodily nature, or is a content 11 II, 3,6 | spiritual gaze; before his bodily gaze lies the~material world.~ 12 II, 5,3 | and cares, and stops his bodily sufferings. With such a 13 II, 5,3 | disorder because flesh, the bodily side, has come to dominate 14 II, 5,3 | inclinations~originate in bodily nature, which Sacred Scripture 15 II, 6,3 | the fulness of the Godhead bodily” (Col. 2:9).~The first Ecumenical 16 II, 6,3 | concerning the parts of His bodily nature.~There is something 17 II, 6,3 | the heart from the general bodily nature of the~Lord for the 18 II, 6,4 | been subject to the law of~bodily death. Therefore, if the 19 II, 6,7 | true chastity,~not only bodily but also spiritual, of mutual 20 II, 6,8 | two forms: a) the earthly, bodily life; and b)~the life after 21 II, 6,8 | preserves its existence after bodily~death also, but its condition 22 II, 6,8 | Kingdom of God; secondly,~bodily death itself became only 23 II, 7,4 | bodilessness, here on earth are bodily life and physical death; 24 II, 8,9 | consequence,~the easing of bodily illness and the forgiveness 25 II, 8,9 | grace-giving healing of his bodily infirmity through the prayer 26 II, 9,4 | worship must be accompanied by bodily worship, as a result of 27 Add, 0,7| heavenly, not having earthly, bodily~needs. Life after the resurrection 28 Add, 0,7| matter, is still somehow “bodily,” corresponding to the resurrected 29 App, 5,4| which or within which the bodily remains of God's saint were


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