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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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capable

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, C,2| extent that the latter are capable of being used for the higher 2 I, 1,5 | life~and made their minds capable of contemplating exalted 3 I, 1,6 | the thoughts of man are capable only of dwelling on the 4 I, 1,11 | the other baby birds, not capable~of being indifferent to 5 I, 2,5 | begetting and procession mean is capable of revealing~the inner mystery 6 I, 2,11 | spiritual growth a man becomes capable~of understanding that which 7 II, 3,5 | spirits, the angels are capable of inward self-development 8 II, 3,5 | classes which no words are capable~of depicting. And how is 9 II, 3,6 | of the body; it is even capable~of entering into warfare 10 II, 3,6 | given man a reason which is capable of being not limited~only 11 II, 3,6 | visible side of things, but is capable of penetrating~to their 12 II, 3,6 | was the first man created, capable of fulfilling his purpose 13 II, 4,2 | mortal nor~immortal, but capable of both the one and the 14 II, 5,3 | reason, by which man was capable of understanding spiritual 15 II, 6,5 | slaughtered~for the world. Are we capable of embracing in our thoughts 16 II, 6,6 | these sacrifices were not~capable of morally regenerating 17 II, 6,6 | However,~so that men might be capable of this reconciliation and 18 II, 7,1 | powers, a new life which is capable of great fruitfulness.~These 19 II, 8,3 | But since~temptation is capable of finding sympathy in the 20 II, 8,9 | performed on the sick who are capable of receiving it consciously 21 II, 8,9 | body and soul is not always capable of offering the proper confession 22 II, 9,3 | they are in heaven are they capable of~knowing what is happening 23 II, 9,5 | heaven” which are much more capable of raising the mind and 24 Add, 0,7 | 1 Tim. 2:4); but man is capable, through his own evil will, 25 App, 2 | by its very nature is not capable of crossing. The very fact


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