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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,7 | definition” derives from the Latin finis,~“limit.”) and signifies, 2 I, 2,3 | present only in Western, Latin manuscripts).~In addition, 3 I, 2,7 | Spirit~was distorted in the Latin Church by the creation of 4 I, 2,7 | ninth century, and~when Latin missionaries came to the 5 I, 2,7 | Orthodox became sharper, the Latin dogma~became increasingly 6 I, 2,7 | from the Roman Church.~The Latin dogma of the Filioque is 7 I, 2,7 | implicite). However, in Latin dogmatic~works, intended 8 I, 2,7 | the officially approved Latin dogmatic work~of the doctor 9 I, 2,7 | edition, 1916).~However, the Latin dogma agrees neither with 10 II, 5,3 | that all~have sinned.” The Latin translation of the latter 11 II, 6,3 | Councils, p.~314).~On the Latin cult of the “Heart of Jesus.”~ 12 II, 6,4 | deduction was made by the Latin~theologians. They called 13 II, 6,4 | Church does not accept the Latin system of arguments concerning 14 II, 6,6 | such a view is the special Latin teaching on original sin: 15 II, 6,6 | became the reigning one in Latin theology and~it has remained 16 II, 8,2 | Orthodox East; “sacraments” (Latin sacramenta), the term used 17 II, 8,2 | sacramenta), the term used in the Latin West. Since the~latter term 18 II, 8,2 | tends to be regarded in the Latin West. Most commonly, it 19 II, 8,5 | transubstantiation”~comes from medieval Latin scholasticism following 20 II, 8,5 | This is not observed in the Latin church, where~laymen are 21 II, 8,5 | was~also violated by the Latin church in the second millenium.).~ 22 II, 8,7 | abuses of their rights by the Latin clergy at the end ofthe 23 II, 9,6 | in Greek, ta leipsana; in Latin, reliquiae, both meaning 24 App, 5,1| of the terminology of the Latin Church and is not employed


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