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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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departure

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 II, 5,3 | communion with God, man's departure~from God. Man became subject 2 II, 6,2 | father sorrowed over the departure from his house of his beloved~ 3 II, 6,8 | triumphant Church.~Before His departure to the Father, the Lord 4 II, 8,9 | and the Prayers for the Departure~of the Soul (when death 5 II, 9,3 | the~Church accompanies his departure with prayer for him to the 6 II, 9,7 | true direction. Any kind of departure from the dogmatic~truths 7 II, 0,2 | is called “the decrease~(departure) of the soul” (“I will endeavor 8 II, 0,2 | better,” Phil. 1:2-3); a departure (“the time of my departure 9 II, 0,2 | departure (“the time of my departure is at hand,” 2 Tim. 4:6); 10 II, 0,2 | Alexandria in his~“Homily on the Departure of the Soul,” which is usually 11 II, 0,2 | path of the soul after its departure from the body is customarily 12 Add, 0,4| upon the~soul after its departure from the body, called the 13 Add, 0,4| Alexandria's “Homily on the Departure of the Soul,” which sums


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