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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, C,1| spake,” says a~righteous man of the Old Testament (Ps. 2 I, 1,5 | dwells “in the light which no man can approach~unto; Whom 3 I, 1,5 | can approach~unto; Whom no man hath seen, nor can see,” 4 I, 1,5 | waterless; and then~such a man encounters a spring with 5 I, 1,5 | depends upon the ability of man himself to know (This~distinction 6 I, 1,5 | His Son” (Heb. 1:1-2). “No~man hath seen God at any time; 7 I, 1,5 | Me of My Father; and no man knoweth the Son, but the 8 I, 1,5 | Father; neither~knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, 9 I, 1,5 | God to the world and to man.~Other heretics in antiquity, 10 I, 1,6 | condition the thoughts of man are capable only of dwelling 11 I, 1,9 | spiritual beings~and the soul of man, which manifest in themselves 12 I, 1,9 | transgression.~The Master created man in the beginning and placed 13 I, 1,9 | regarding the words: “God formed man of the dust of the earth 14 I, 1,11 | the world, but it is~to man that God reveals a particular 15 I, 1,11 | Commentary on Psalm 113). If man often~does not understand 16 I, 1,11 | Goodness, this occurs because man concentrates~his thoughts 17 I, 1,13 | Lord wall render to every man according to his deeds, 18 I, 1,16 | Incarnation and becoming man of the Word, the Son of 19 I, 2,1 | manifested~Himself to men as Man so that we might know and 20 I, 2,2 | And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our 21 I, 2,3 | Son of God, having become man, accepted baptism by water; 22 I, 2,7 | same Apostle, “Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, 23 I, 2,9 | only God, but also became Man, and such expressions~can 24 I, 2,9 | Son with the Father: “If a man love me, he will keep my~ 25 I, 2,9 | His omnipresence:~“And no man hath ascended up to heaven, 26 I, 2,9 | heaven, even the~Son of Man which is in heaven” (John 27 I, 2,10 | Spirit, dividing to every man severally as He will” (1 28 I, 2,10 | word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven~him: 29 I, 2,11 | Dogmatic Theology.~When man's mind is directed towards 30 I, 2,11 | same mind of a believing man is turned to the knowledge 31 I, 2,11 | his own spiritual growth a man becomes capable~of understanding 32 I, 2,11 | especially His closeness to man.~Yet further, before the 33 I, 2,11 | of what~is necessary for man to receive salvation and 34 II, 3,1 | God, of the world, and of man.~A. Of God. The chief truth 35 II, 3,1 | except for the soul~of man, which bears in itself the 36 II, 3,1 | creation of the world.~C. Of man. Man is the highest creation 37 II, 3,1 | of the world.~C. Of man. Man is the highest creation 38 II, 3,1 | earth. Recognizing this, man would belittle~himself if 39 II, 3,1 | God in dignity, and that man, as the most developed~manifestation 40 II, 3,1 | the spirit of a believing man joyfully~strives and to 41 II, 3,2 | and invisible, and also man, who is made up of both.~ 42 II, 3,5 | perfect spirits. They surpass man by their spiritual powers. 43 II, 3,5 | higher than the nature of a man, as the Psalmist says when,~ 44 II, 3,5 | with the aim of exalting man, he remarks that man is 45 II, 3,5 | exalting man, he remarks that man is a little lower than the 46 II, 3,5 | things~of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God” ( 47 II, 3,5 | day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels~which 48 II, 3,5 | 12:7-8) and Gabriel, (“Man of God”; Dan. 8:16, 9:21; 49 II, 3,5 | Church believes that every man has his own guardian angel, 50 II, 3,6 | Man — the Crown of Creation~ 51 II, 3,6 | of the earthly creation, man is placed on the highest 52 II, 3,6 | the~Prophet Moses depicts man's origin in this way: “After 53 II, 3,6 | And God said, Let us make man in Our image, after Our 54 II, 3,6 | the earth … So God~created man in His own image, in the 55 II, 3,6 | speaks of the fact that man was to be a special creation, 56 II, 3,6 | world.~2. The concept of man's high purpose and his special 57 II, 3,6 | counsel of God ordained that man be created “in the image 58 II, 3,6 | presence of God's image in man testifies to a reflection~ 59 II, 3,6 | very attributes of God in man's spiritual nature.~3. Finally, 60 II, 3,6 | Finally, certain details of man's creation which are given 61 II, 3,6 | said there:~“And God formed man of the dust of the earth, 62 II, 3,6 | the breath of life;~and man became a living soul” (Gen. 63 II, 3,6 | Exposition,~Bk. 2, ch. 12, “On Man”). According to the description 64 II, 3,6 | God~created the body of man from already existing earthly 65 II, 3,6 | action. This shows that man, even in his bodily organization, 66 II, 3,6 | the breath of life and the man became a living soul. As 67 II, 3,6 | the mouth of God Himself, man~is thus a living, organic 68 II, 3,6 | earth, but imparted it to man~solely by His creative inbreathing. 69 II, 3,6 | The high~pre-eminence of man's soul compared to everything 70 II, 3,6 | in the words: “What is a man profited, if he shall gain 71 II, 3,6 | own~soul? Or what shall a man give an exchange for his 72 II, 3,6 | its incarnation in earthly man, in Adam.~(This view is 73 II, 3,6 | Divine substance.~After all, man's breathing is not an “outbreathing” 74 II, 3,6 | of God and the nature of man are not~identical; or, to 75 II, 3,6 | from the earth and formed man, and we seek out the meaning 76 II, 3,6 | creatures by His word,~while man He created with His own 77 II, 3,6 | greater care on God's part for man than for the other creatures” ( 78 II, 3,6 | Origen and others).~g. that man, while he is in the body 79 II, 3,6 | soul of each individual man originates is not fully 80 II, 3,6 | created from the souls of~a man's parents and only in this 81 II, 3,6 | the soul and body of every man~was given in potentiality. 82 II, 3,6 | first-formed root, in one man including others — so also 83 II, 3,6 | the formed composition of man, being born anew, and from 84 II, 3,6 | men are the~same as one man, or one tree of humanity. 85 II, 3,6 | who is closer to me than a man who is like me and of the 86 II, 3,6 | immortality.~The idea that man was foreordained to immortality, 87 II, 3,6 | between the immortality of man and the immortality of God, 88 II, 3,6 | surely understandable. A man receives the~power of faith 89 II, 3,6 | The spiritual principle in man which is opposed to the 90 II, 3,6 | hidden part of the soul~of a man.~In the second passage, 91 II, 3,6 | contrasts the “spiritualman with the “natural”~or fleshly 92 II, 3,6 | the “natural”~or fleshly man (1 Cor. 2:14-15). The spiritual 93 II, 3,6 | 2:14-15). The spiritual man possesses a soul, but being 94 II, 3,6 | of the fleshly or natural man:~“Are ye so foolish? Having 95 II, 3,6 | teaching that the nature of man consists of two parts.~This 96 II, 3,6 | centuries~who distinguished in man a spirit as well as a soul. 97 II, 3,6 | directly acknowledge that man's nature has two parts: 98 II, 3,6 | three composite parts in a man: the body, the animal soul, 99 II, 3,6 | the creation of the first man. God, having~formed the 100 II, 3,6 | there are two~natures in man, and not three.”~The image 101 II, 3,6 | three.”~The image of God in man.~The sacred writer of the 102 II, 3,6 | writer of the account of man's creation relates, “And 103 II, 3,6 | And God said: Let us make man~in Our image, after Our 104 II, 3,6 | likeness … So God created man in His own image, in the 105 II, 3,6 | us only that in~general man was created “in the image,” 106 II, 3,6 | what the image of God in man~is, according to the teaching 107 II, 3,6 | necessary to give this warning.Man bears the image of God in 108 II, 3,6 | gave immortality of soul to man, even though the soul is 109 II, 3,6 | actions, and He gave to man free will and the ability 110 II, 3,6 | most wise, and He has given man a reason which is capable 111 II, 3,6 | explaining their inward meaning. Man's reason is~able to rise 112 II, 3,6 | of all that existsGod. Man's reason makes his will 113 II, 3,6 | that which corresponds to man's highest dignity~rather 114 II, 3,6 | inclines him.~d. God created man in His goodness and He has 115 II, 3,6 | leave him~without His love. Man, having received his soul 116 II, 3,6 | expresses the image of God in man.~In summary, one may say 117 II, 3,6 | expression of the image of God in man.~Is there a distinction 118 II, 3,6 | the moral perfecting of man in virtue and sanctity, 119 II, 3,6 | it is said: “Let us make man in Our~image, after Our 120 II, 3,6 | it is said:~“God created man in His own image” (Gen. 121 II, 3,6 | likeness.’”~The purpose of man.~Having raised man above 122 II, 3,6 | purpose of man.~Having raised man above all the earthly world, 123 II, 3,6 | Creator thus indicated to man his especially high purpose.~ 124 II, 3,6 | spiritual world lie before man's spiritual gaze; before 125 II, 3,6 | a. The first purpose of man is the glory of God. Man 126 II, 3,6 | man is the glory of God. Man is called to remain faithful 127 II, 3,6 | the gifts God has given to man. “Heset His eye upon their 128 II, 3,6 | Psalm 148),~then of course man, as the very crown of creation, 129 II, 3,6 | earth.~b. For this purpose, man should be worthy of his 130 II, 3,6 | deeds. This requires that a man take care for his~own good, 131 II, 3,6 | blessedness~in God is the aim of man's existence.~c. Man's immediate 132 II, 3,6 | aim of man's existence.~c. Man's immediate physical gaze 133 II, 3,6 | is directed to the world. Man has been placed as the~crown 134 II, 3,6 | of the~Heavenly Father, man has been placed as a kind 135 II, 3,6 | order.”~Thus was the first man created, capable of fulfilling 136 II, 3,6 | compulsion. The idea of~man's royal position on earth 137 II, 3,6 | Thou hast founded. What is man, that Thou art mindful of 138 II, 3,6 | mindful of him? Or the son of man, that~Thou visitest Him? 139 II, 4,1 | herb for the service of man” (Ps. 146:8-9). Nor does 140 II, 4,1 | Matt. 10:29).~But it is man who is the chief object 141 II, 4,1 | knows the~thoughts of each man (Ps. 138:2), his feelings ( 142 II, 4,1 | directs the steps of the man who does not know his own~ 143 II, 4,1 | another aspect which causes man to pause in reverent astonishment.~ 144 II, 4,1 | did~the Creator give to man, His rational and morally 145 II, 4,2 | God's providence over man before the fall.~Having 146 II, 4,2 | the fall.~Having created man, the Creator did not leave 147 II, 4,2 | all living creatures to man so that he~might name them. 148 II, 4,2 | on the one hand this gave man the opportunity to become 149 II, 4,2 | development and growth of all man's powers, directed towards 150 II, 4,2 | intimate union with Him.~Man's mind was pure, bright, 151 II, 4,2 | time of the fall into sin. Man's mind had~yet to develop 152 II, 4,2 | Morally, the first-created man was pure and innocent. The 153 II, 4,2 | They were both naked,~the man and his wife, and were not 154 II, 4,2 | means of their own actions. “Man,” as St. Irenaeus expresses 155 II, 4,2 | vouchsafed to see God.”~Man came from the hands of the 156 II, 4,2 | was not a necessity for man: “God created man neither 157 II, 4,2 | necessity for man: “God created man neither completely mortal 158 II, 4,2 | perfect the natural powers of man were, as a limited creature 159 II, 4,2 | beings.~Appropriate means for man's strengthening on the path 160 II, 4,2 | directing~the freedom of man towards the good. The grace 161 II, 4,2 | first ancestors.~“God made man sinless and endowed with 162 II, 4,2 | impossible for contemporary man to imagine man's true condition~ 163 II, 4,2 | contemporary man to imagine man's true condition~in Paradise, 164 II, 5,1 | sensible creatures and~for man; but one can only bow down 165 II, 5,1 | Sufferings~are given to man as a means of chastisement, 166 II, 5,2 | spy on the carelessness of man so as to attract him to 167 II, 5,2 | spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry 168 II, 5,2 | and the last state of that man~is worse than the first” ( 169 II, 5,3 | Man's fall into sin~Why was 170 II, 5,3 | s fall into sin~Why was man's fall into sin possible?~ 171 II, 5,3 | The Creator imparted to man three great gifts at his 172 II, 5,3 | growth and blessedness of man. But where there is~freedom 173 II, 5,3 | before mankind, and the first man did not~stand firm against 174 II, 5,3 | did God allow the fall of man, his beloved creation and 175 II, 5,3 | one must reply thus: If man is not to be allowed to 176 II, 5,3 | almightiness, and Providence. Then man~would have had no way to 177 II, 5,3 | Here was pride, because man desired to be~more under 178 II, 5,3 | immediately entered~into man — “the law of sin” (monos 179 II, 5,3 | struck the very nature of man and~quickly began to root 180 II, 5,3 | of God after the inward man: but I see another law in 181 II, 5,3 | The sinful inclinations in man have taken the reigning 182 II, 5,3 | taken the reigning position; man~has become “the servant 183 II, 5,3 | appeared in the depths of man's impulses to activity in 184 II, 5,3 | from communion with God, man's departure~from God. Man 185 II, 5,3 | man's departure~from God. Man became subject to the corrupt 186 II, 5,3 | entered into the human race. Man was created immortal in 187 II, 5,3 | make death” (Wis. 1:13). Man's body, as was well expressed 188 II, 5,3 | from Paradise. “As by one man sin entered~into the world, 189 II, 5,3 | as a means of preventing man~from a further and final 190 II, 5,3 | labors and diseases in fallen man, St. Cyril of Alexandria 191 II, 5,3 | of Alexandria says~that man, “having received as his 192 II, 5,3 | on the other delivers a man from illnesses, frees him 193 II, 5,3 | God's mercy to fallen man.~After man's fall into sin, 194 II, 5,3 | mercy to fallen man.~After man's fall into sin, God did 195 II, 5,3 | sin, God did not reject man the sinner. He took away 196 II, 5,3 | nor his~reason, by which man was capable of understanding 197 II, 5,3 | the soul. God subjected~man to physical death so as 198 II, 5,3 | reversal within him and give to man the possibility~to turn 199 II, 5,3 | foresaw the future fall of man's free will which had not~ 200 II, 5,3 | all have sinned”: “By one man sin entered~into the world, 201 II, 5,3 | through the transgression, man became like the irrational 202 II, 5,3 | irrational, and thus not a man. But he preserved that nature 203 II, 5,3 | Pelagius affirmed that every man only repeats the sin of~ 204 II, 5,3 | the idea that~in fallen man any independent freedom 205 II, 5,3 | God's grace, after which man remained in his “natural” 206 II, 5,3 | differently.~After his first fall, man himself departed in soul 207 II, 5,3 | and the unspotted part of~man (and thus to Christology) 208 II, 5,3 | Augustinian overstatement (of man's fallen nature) causes 209 II, 5,3 | the divine potential~in man that the term becomes burdensome. 210 II, 5,3 | compromises the spiritual goal of man, his theosis and speaks 211 II, 5,3 | misunderstanding tends to lift man too highdangerous in 212 II, 5,3 | balanced Orthodox view is that man has received death and corruption 213 II, 6,1 | foreknowledge of the fall of man, foreordained the salvation 214 II, 6,2 | despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted 215 II, 6,2 | Flood as a consequence of~man’s corruption, and-most important 216 II, 6,3 | the Holy Trinity,~became man in the form of the God-Man, 217 II, 6,3 | incarnate Son of God who became~man, having come down from heaven 218 II, 6,3 | Me of My Father; and no man knoweth the Son, but the 219 II, 6,3 | Father; neither knoweth~any man the Father, save the Son, 220 II, 6,3 | the same time also perfect Man.~As Man, Christ was born 221 II, 6,3 | time also perfect Man.~As Man, Christ was born when for 222 II, 6,3 | spouse” (Luke 2:51). As Man, He was baptized~of John 223 II, 6,3 | physical life natural to a man, the Lord also lived the 224 II, 6,3 | the life of the soul as a man. He~strengthened His spiritual 225 II, 6,3 | Alexandria). “If the becoming man was a phantom, then~salvation 226 II, 6,3 | Christ was not a simple man, but the~Son of God, created 227 II, 6,3 | and after His birth He was Man, but not God.~St. Cyril 228 II, 6,3 | comprises~the basic essence of man. It is this which, possessing 229 II, 6,3 | order to restore fallen~man, Himself possessed this 230 II, 6,3 | manhood, very God and very man, of a reasonable soul and ( 231 II, 6,3 | conception~(that is, the man was not formed first, and 232 II, 6,3 | belonging to the same Christ as man. Thus, for example, in ( 233 II, 6,3 | other as pertaining to the Man… and does not~venerate, 234 II, 6,3 | adoration, God the Word made man, together with His flesh, 235 II, 6,3 | life, no matter how much a man might be attached to another — 236 II, 6,4 | God the Word’s becoming man. They are: a) Her Ever-virginity, 237 II, 6,4 | the Virgin Mary and became man.~The Ever-virginity of the 238 II, 6,4 | the Son of God’s becoming man is closely bound up the 239 II, 6,4 | that God the Word became Man truly and not merely in 240 II, 6,4 | Christ, God was joined to Man from the very instant of 241 II, 6,4 | and that He, being perfect Man, is also perfect God.~At 242 II, 6,4 | shall not be~opened, and no man shall enter in by it; because 243 II, 6,4 | God the Word’s becoming man and~His birth of the Virgin 244 II, 6,5 | trembling” (Phil. 2:12).~Man’s salvation consists in 245 II, 6,5 | holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord” (Heb. 246 II, 6,6 | the fig tree.~“A certain man had a fig tree planted in 247 II, 6,6 | best part of what was in~man’s possession, in the possession 248 II, 6,6 | and was the only perfect man, in hypostatical~union with 249 II, 6,6 | scarcely for a righteous man will one die; yet peradventure 250 II, 6,6 | peradventure for a good man some would~even dare to 251 II, 6,6 | between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; Who~gave Himself 252 II, 6,6 | The personal salvation of man is expressed in Sacred Scripture 253 II, 6,6 | is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope 254 II, 6,6 | manifestation of the Son of Man, the Son of God, when, after 255 II, 6,6 | teaching on original sin: that man in the transgres-sion of 256 II, 6,7 | the nature and purpose of man; concerning sin, repentance, 257 II, 6,7 | final fate of the world and man.~The evangelical teaching 258 II, 6,7 | in general, and likewise man individually, remains in 259 II, 6,7 | perfect God and perfect Man,”~as teaches St. John Damascene ( 260 II, 6,8 | be made alive; but every man in his own order: Christ 261 II, 6,8 | faith . . . unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the 262 II, 7,1 | ye can do nothing. If a man abide not in Me, he is cast 263 II, 7,1 | am the door; by Me if any man enter in, he shall be~saved, 264 II, 7,1 | the~relationship between man and wife, concludes his 265 II, 7,2 | spiritual growth occur in a man, in~what sequence these 266 II, 7,3 | Other foundation can no man~lay than that is laid, which 267 II, 7,3 | He that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth and 268 II, 7,3 | shutteth; and shutteth and no man openeth”~(Apoc. 3:7).~The 269 II, 7,3 | Other foundation can no man lay~than that is laid which 270 II, 7,6 | Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the~ 271 II, 7,6 | Mystery of Ordination. “No man taketh this honor unto~himself, 272 II, 7,6 | how high a moral life~a man might lead, he cannot fulfill 273 II, 7,6 | to me; God accepteth no man’s person)” (Gal. 2:6). As 274 II, 7,6 | pastorship in the Church.~“Let a man so account of us, as of 275 II, 7,6 | be judged of you, or of man’s judgment. . .~But He that 276 II, 8,1 | the Kingdom of God as if a man should cast seed into the~ 277 II, 8,1 | received inwardly,~if a man sincerely desires to remain 278 II, 8,1 | think fit to blow upon a man, He taketh~him up above 279 II, 8,1 | not of works, lest any man should boast” (Eph 2:8-9). 280 II, 8,1 | the Protestants think — a man who has come to believe 281 II, 8,1 | further spiritual growth of a man occur through the mutual~ 282 II, 8,1 | Holy Spirit; the other, man’s opening of~his heart for 283 II, 8,1 | grace of God, by which a man is justified through Jesus~ 284 II, 8,1 | life of mankind and of each man;~while grace is the power 285 II, 8,1 | penetrates the inward being of man, leading to~his spiritual 286 II, 8,2 | of God,” saying,~“Let a man so account of us, as of 287 II, 8,2 | each Mystery:~“In Baptism man is mystically born into 288 II, 8,2 | depends upon whether a man approaches the Mystery worthily. 289 II, 8,2 | interfere with the~freedom of man; it does not act upon him 290 II, 8,3 | say unto thee, except a man be born from above, he cannot 291 II, 8,3 | his perplexity, “How can a man be born~when he is old?” 292 II, 8,3 | say unto thee, except a man be born of water and the 293 II, 8,3 | Baptism.~Since in Baptism a man receives, in place of the 294 II, 8,3 | eternal salvation. This man, when he~gives the promise 295 II, 8,3 | depends upon the free will of man. But since~temptation is 296 II, 8,3 | sympathy in the nature of man, who from the day of his 297 II, 8,3 | accomplished without~battle. A man finds help for this inward 298 II, 8,4 | and ye need not that any man teach you. But as the same 299 II, 8,5 | down from heaven: If any man eat of this bread, he shall 300 II, 8,5 | each other, “How can this man give~us His flesh to eat?” ( 301 II, 8,5 | the flesh of the Son of Man, and drink His~blood, ye 302 II, 8,5 | ye shall see the Son of Man ascending where He was before…”~( 303 II, 8,5 | the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, ye 304 II, 8,5 | Blood of the Lord. But let a man examine himself, and so 305 II, 8,5 | perfect God and perfect man. This faith the holy Church 306 II, 8,5 | Communion.~6. Since to the God man Christ it is fitting to 307 II, 8,5 | Holy Trinity for calling man out of non-existence, for 308 II, 8,5 | commanded (Matt. 26:27). “Let a man examine himself, and so 309 II, 8,5 | the flesh of the Son of man, and drink His Blood, ye 310 II, 8,6 | spiritual afflictions of a man are treated, impurities 311 II, 8,6 | One’s sins, which draw a man downward, which dull his 312 II, 8,6 | of the burden of sins, a man again comes to life spiritually 313 II, 8,6 | be unto thee as a heathen man and a publican. Verily I 314 II, 8,6 | remission to the incestuous man who repented, subjecting 315 II, 8,6 | pity. It is given for a man’s spiritual profit, “for 316 II, 8,6 | the healing of the sick man. For the disease of sin 317 II, 8,8 | we read: “So God created man in His own image, in the 318 II, 8,8 | of how she~was led to the man, adds, “Therefore shall 319 II, 8,8 | adds, “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his 320 II, 8,8 | joined together, let not man put asunder” (Matt. 19:4- 321 II, 8,8 | For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, 322 II, 9,1 | fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much" (James~5: 323 II, 9,2 | desired of Him. And if any man see his brother sin a sin~ 324 II, 9,2 | word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him, 325 II, 9,2 | the parable of the rich man and Lazarus: that there 326 II, 9,2 | wishes to anoint a sick man~with myrrh or some other 327 II, 9,3 | their sins, for~there is no man without sin, “if he have 328 II, 9,3 | no matter how righteous a man might be, when he departs 329 II, 9,3 | that receiveth a righteous man in the name of a righteous 330 II, 9,3 | the name of a righteous man~shall receive a righteous 331 II, 9,3 | shall receive a righteous man's reward” (Matt. 10:41). “ 332 II, 9,3 | should receive a righteous man as a righteous man. If he 333 II, 9,3 | righteous man as a righteous man. If he is a brother for 334 II, 9,3 | the Lord about the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19- 335 II, 9,3 | hear the cry of the rich man who was suffering in hell, 336 II, 9,3 | of Abraham about the rich man's brethren, “They~have Moses 337 II, 9,5 | Among the various gifts of man which distinguish him from 338 II, 9,6 | not only~of the concept of man in Christ, but also of the 339 II, 9,6 | the body of a certain dead man,~after being touched to 340 II, 9,6 | came to life, and~the dead man arose (IV[II] Kings 13:21). 341 II, 9,7 | defined the moral duty of man briefly in the two commandments 342 II, 9,7 | the Lord taught: “If any man will come after Me, let 343 II, 9,7 | of the sign of the Son of~Man, according to the Divine 344 II, 0,2 | The fate of man after death.~Death is the 345 II, 0,2 | common lot of men. But for man it is not an annihilation, 346 II, 0,2 | the parable of the rich man and Lazarus,~Luke 16:19- 347 II, 0,2 | Luke 16:19-31). After death man is subjected to a judgment 348 II, 0,2 | of the Lord to reward a man “on~the day of death according 349 II, 0,2 | immediately~after the death of a man, and evidently he understands 350 II, 0,2 | judgment occurs after a~man’s death. We can judge of 351 II, 0,2 | large part in the~fate of a man after death is taken both 352 II, 0,2 | the~parable of the rich man and Lazarus, it is said 353 II, 0,2 | parable of the foolish rich man he is told: “Thou fool, 354 Add, 0,3 | Orthodox world-view. “For~what man knoweth the things of a 355 Add, 0,3 | knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man 356 Add, 0,3 | man, save the spirit of man which is in him? Even so, 357 Add, 0,3 | things of God knoweth~no man, but the Spirit of God” ( 358 Add, 0,3 | sanctity, without which no man shall see the Lord (Heb. 359 Add, 0,4 | spirit is gone~out of a man” but does not find rest 360 Add, 0,4 | and the last state of that man is worse that the first. 361 Add, 0,4 | the memory, might awaken a man's soul. “Behold the Bridegroom 362 Add, 0,4 | that is present~in fallen man is revealed in its various 363 Add, 0,4 | forms, and this inspires man to analyze his own state 364 Add, 0,4 | state of soul of a given man, and in special cases are 365 Add, 0,4 | participate in the fate of man (after death) finds confirmation~ 366 Add, 0,4 | the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. Lazarus immediately 367 Add, 0,4 | parable the unrighteous man heard these words: “Thou 368 Add, 0,4 | prayer of the righteous man availeth much” (James 5: 369 Add, 0,4 | repentance of a believing man overcomes all the obstacles~ 370 Add, 0,5 | the Coming of the Son of Man, “the Day of~the Lord.” “ 371 Add, 0,5 | day and hour knoweth no man, not the angels in heaven, 372 Add, 0,5 | grow weak: “When the Son of Man cometh, shall He find faith 373 Add, 0,5 | the Apostle Paul:~“Let no man deceive you by any means; 374 Add, 0,5 | falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the 375 Add, 0,6 | second coming of the Son of Man.~The spiritual gaze of mankind 376 Add, 0,6 | the Coming of the Son of Man be” (Matt.~24:27).~First 377 Add, 0,6 | appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven; and then shall 378 Add, 0,6 | they~shall see the Son of Man coming in the clouds of 379 Add, 0,6 | 31) and to “reward every man~according to his works” ( 380 Add, 0,7 | the Coming of the Son of Man there will be accomplished 381 Add, 0,7 | resurrection given by nature: “Some man~will say, How are the dead 382 Add, 0,7 | the original formation of man~from the dust of the earth; 383 Add, 0,7 | binding” of~the “strong man” in Mark 3:27 (see also 384 Add, 0,7 | a result of the fall of man, the whole creation has 385 Add, 0,7 | 31-46 (“When the Son of Man shall come in His glory...”) 386 Add, 0,7 | everlasting fire,” the Son of Man~will say on the day of judgment; “ 387 Add, 0,7 | final aim of the creation of man, which is blessedness in 388 Add, 0,7 | truth” (1 Tim. 2:4); but man is capable, through his 389 Add, 0,7 | entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath 390 Add, 0,7 | He shall~reward every man according to his works” ( 391 Add, 0,7 | works” (Matt. 16:27); “Every man shall receive his own reward~ 392 App, 1 | of~freedom; it speaks of man and of mankind, of his high 393 App, 2 | world and the nature of man, are treated by dogmatic 394 App, 2 | See Father~Alexey Young, A Man Is His Faith, London, 1980.)~ 395 App, 3 | revealed to the mind of man and to mankind, and as a 396 App, 3 | to the consciousness of man, and we must speak of the 397 App, 3 | relationship between God and man — the process~of God-manhood. 398 App, 3 | nor an angel, nor a holy man, receives veneration both 399 App, 3 | inaccessible to the~world and to man. He goes away from the world, 400 App, 3 | then the deification of man is~not only a grace-given 401 App, 3 | grace-given sanctification of man, but is a restoration in 402 App, 3 | there will never he another~man composed of both Divinity 403 App, 3 | through the mediation of man, who as a being both divine 404 App, 3 | with material nature. Thus, man is the indispensable~subject 405 App, 3 | correspond to simple~observation. Man subjects nature to himself 406 App, 4 | the assurance that “a~wise man... will understand a parable, 407 App, 4 | application of “the wisdom that man can possess. Acquire wisdom,~ 408 App, 4 | the sophiological sense. A man possesses it, obtains~it, 409 App, 4 | with ideas of the wisdom in~man.~If the dignity of understanding 410 App, 4 | understanding and wisdom in man are so exalted, then how 411 App, 5,1 | that a reposed righteous man is with the~Lord, in the 412 App, 5,1 | sanctity of the~righteous man. Such is the essence of 413 App, 5,6 | the repose of a righteous man and his numbering among


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