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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| These books, which were entered at some time into the Hebrew 2 Intro, A,4| of the Church frequently entered certain~books into their 3 II, 5,1 | consequences~of sin, which entered into our life at that time. 4 II, 5,1 | perfect,~free from evil. Evil entered the world as a consequence 5 II, 5,2 | through the devil's envy death entered the world” (Wis. 2:24). 6 II, 5,3 | Through the devil's envy death entered the world” (Wis. 2:24).~ 7 II, 5,3 | principle of sin immediately entered~into man — “the law of sin” ( 8 II, 5,3 | this sinful principle which entered human~nature, the Apostle 9 II, 5,3 | John 5:14).~With sin, death entered into the human race. Man 10 II, 5,3 | Paradise. “As by one man sin entered~into the world, and death 11 II, 5,3 | sinned”: “By one man sin entered~into the world, and death 12 II, 5,3 | sinful inclination which has entered~into mankind and become 13 II, 6,3 | human mind, then the one who entered~into battle with the devil 14 II, 6,4 | and Luke. This dogma was entered into the Symbol of Faith 15 II, 6,4 | Lord the God of Israel hath entered an by it,~therefore it shall 16 II, 6,7 | 24).~Those high priests entered into the holy place with 17 II, 6,7 | this~One with His own blood entered once into the holy place 18 II, 6,8 | in heaven. Into it have entered the~souls of all the righteous 19 II, 6,8 | the New Testament there entered the first ones who believed 20 II, 7,4 | just as a general who has entered into a country has command 21 II, 8,1 | who enter the Church have~entered into the Kingdom of grace, 22 II, 8,6 | weeping would beg those who entered the church to pray for them. 23 II, 8,6 | The “prostrators,” who entered the church itself but also 24 II, 8,9 | healing of the infirm which entered later into~the rite of Unction; 25 Add, 0,7 | ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the 26 App, 1 | certain~theologians who have entered the path of philosophizing 27 App, 5,2 | all departed bishops were entered in the local diptychs —


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