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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| Prophets and~Apostles under the action of the Holy Spirit; therefore 2 Intro, A,5| The full point of such an action is lost in our times, when 3 I, 1,9 | other power and every other action of God are~depicted among 4 II, 3,6 | actions, or two aspects of action, are distinguished~here, 5 II, 3,6 | creatures,~but by His own direct action. This shows that man, even 6 II, 3,6 | should understand) not~the action of hands, but the greatest 7 II, 8,1 | occur through the mutual~action of two principles. One of 8 II, 8,2 | true Christianity — are the action of the invisible grace of 9 II, 8,6 | of a~grace-giving sacred action.~ 10 II, 8,7 | on of hands is a sacred action especially~intended for 11 II, 8,7 | as a grace-giving sacred action through which bishops were 12 II, 8,7 | likewise, that in this sacred action there was communicated to 13 II, 8,7 | of Priesthood is a sacred action which, through the prayerful 14 II, 8,7 | sacramental, grace-giving sacred action, and therefore the fact 15 II, 8,8 | Christian family is the sacred action of Marriage.~The chief part 16 II, 8,9 | Mystery of Unction is a sacred action in which, while the body 17 II, 8,9 | he prescribes the~sacred action in a definite form, which 18 II, 8,9 | participate in the sacred action; c) this anointment may 19 II, 8,9 | The place of~this sacred action may be either the church 20 App, 1 | the fullness of power and action. The whole process of the 21 App, 1 | knowledge and its application in action, are inseparable.~Dogmatic 22 App, 5,5 | Orthodox~understanding of this action as a universal, conciliar


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