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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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physical

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 3,5| earth”), as being not the physical heaven, which was formed 2 II, 3,6| itself,~nor even of its physical essence. Likewise, from 3 II, 3,6| is a result of the body's physical~activity, and that it does 4 II, 3,6| existence.~c. Man's immediate physical gaze is directed to the 5 II, 4,2| development both of their physical and spiritual~powers.~As 6 II, 4,2| and preserved them from physical~death. Death was not a necessity 7 II, 5,1| that misfortunes in the physical world — for example, earthquakes, 8 II, 5,1| after their own egotistic physical wellbeing;~and sometimes 9 II, 5,3| of lamentable moral and physical consequences.~The moral 10 II, 5,3| completely conscious.~The physical consequences of the fall.~ 11 II, 5,3| consequences of the fall.~The physical consequences of the fall 12 II, 5,3| as chastisements of God.~Physical misfortunes are not only 13 II, 5,3| sin was not illness and physical~death, but the loss of Paradise. 14 II, 5,3| soul. God subjected~man to physical death so as not to hand 15 II, 6,3| suffered painful feelings and~physical sufferings.Living the physical 16 II, 6,3| physical sufferings.Living the physical life natural to a man, the 17 II, 7,4| earth are bodily life and physical death; there, those who 18 II, 8,5| not for the~quenching of physical hunger, as was the feeding


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