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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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definite

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| certain of them did not~have a definite designation to any specific 2 Intro, A,5| expressed in~a completely definite form in Scripture, while 3 Intro, A,6| are based on the concrete, definite foundations of~Sacred Scripture 4 Intro, A,6| the~Church, but, in a more definite fashion, this consciousness 5 I, 2,7 | internal use, we encounter a definite treatment of the Orthodox 6 II, 3,5 | heavenly powers) is in a definite place. For the angel who 7 II, 3,6 | by God, being joined at a definite moment to the body~which 8 II, 6,2 | death, uttered an even more definite prophecy concerning the 9 II, 7,5 | for itself, nor with any definite language or people.~The 10 II, 8,5 | are completely clear and definite, and do not allow any other 11 II, 8,6 | repentance together with a definite number of prostrations;~ 12 II, 8,7 | century) there is already a definite~indication that the “election” 13 II, 8,9 | prescribes the~sacred action in a definite form, which was to enter 14 Add, 0,5 | Antichrist”~signifies a definite person — the adversary of 15 Add, 0,7 | the righteous ones as a definite historical epoch Formally, 16 Add, 0,7 | hell only for a certain~definite time, and then would be 17 App, 3 | Himself to participate in a definite process and subordinate 18 App, 5,2 | procedures of the Church required definite confirmation~by higher church


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