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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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501 II, 5,2 | to King David to make a census of the~people, it was because “ 502 II, 9,5 | therefore . . . define with all certitude and accuracy that just as 503 I, 2,7 | 9th century) and Michael Cerularius (11th century), and likewise 504 II, 3,6 | and thus~keep the whole chain of earthly creatures in 505 II, 0,2 | reserved in everlasting chains under darkness” (in hell) “ 506 II, 6,3 | natures is expressed in the Chalcedonian definition in the~words: “ 507 Intro, A,5| of the Eucharist and~the Chalice of blessing? For we are 508 Add, 0,4 | attaining the heavenly bridal chamber~just as freely as children 509 App, 2 | di-recting its concepts into the channel of Christianity. The ideas 510 App, 5,1 | earthly brethren is not channeled~into prayer for the forgiveness 511 App, 5,4 | person as a “saint” by the chanting of molebens has been~forbidden 512 II, 8,1 | often used the Greek word charis, “grace,” as identical~in 513 II, 7,5 | organization and a broad charitable activity. What is the relation~ 514 II, 5,1 | cruel mutual warfare while chasing after their own egotistic 515 II, 6,2 | prophets, warned them, chastisedthem, and again had mercy, leading 516 I, 1,9 | this means He “awakens.” He chastises,~and for this, we have made 517 II, 6,7 | self-denial and humility, of true chastity,~not only bodily but also 518 II, 8,6 | proceeds further until it is checked by the power of the physician” ( 519 II, 8,9 | forehead, the nostrils, the~cheeks, the lips, the chest, and 520 II, 8,7 | subdeacon); this is called cheirotesia (from a Greek word that 521 II, 8,7 | when they had ordained (cheirotonisantes) for~them elders (presbyters) 522 App, 5,1 | hope,~and repentance is cherished. This commemoration of the 523 II, 6,7 | the secret~prayer at the Cherubic Hymn in the Liturgy). He 524 II, 8,9 | the~cheeks, the lips, the chest, and both sides of the hands, 525 II, 7,6 | not a whit~behind the very chiefest Apostles” (2 Cor. 11:5, 526 I, 1,6 | are above the heavens, the chiefs of the archangels, the glory 527 App, 5,4 | and lives, saying: “O ye childish ones, do not compose new~ 528 II, 4,2 | with a general spiritual childlikeness. But in any case it~must 529 Add, 0,7 | chiliasm”~(from the Greek chiliasmos, a thousand years). The 530 Add, 0,7 | Such are the ideas of the chiliasts. The defenders of this teaching 531 II, 4,2 | mankind (the traditions of the Chinese, the Indians, the Persians,~ 532 App, 5,3 | Yoke. St. Nicephorus of~Chios, who composed a “General 533 Intro, A,1| rightly cutting with a chisel, from the Greek orthotomounta)~ 534 II, 6,2 | Mother of the Son of God.~The choosiness of the Hebrew people was 535 II, 6,4 | majesty and height of Her chosenness:~“My soul doth magnify the 536 II, 8,4 | bond with~“Chrismation.” Chrisma and Christos in Greek signify “ 537 App, 5,5 | the right-believing and Christ-loving Sovereign Autocrat, Tsar, 538 II, 5,3 | part of~man (and thus to Christology) that the Augustinian overstatement ( 539 II, 8,4 | Chrismation.” Chrisma and Christos in Greek signifyanointment 540 App, 5,4 | Church (they are presented in chronological order, according to the 541 II, 5,3 | found death” (Archimandrite Chrysostomos, St. Gregory Palamas Monastery, 542 II, 9,2 | Basil the Great, St. John Chrysostorn, and St.~Gregory the Dialogist. 543 II, 3,5 | teaches: “The angels are circumscribed, because~when they are in 544 I, 2,9 | others the “Essence.” This circumstance~hindered mutual understanding. 545 II, 9,6 | pieces by beasts in the circus), only the firmest parts 546 II, 6,3 | Council expressed it (loc. cit.).~Corresponding to this, 547 I, 2,6 | in Christ.~In the quoted citation from St. Dionysius of Alexandria, 548 Intro, A,5| Lectures). (These three citations may be found in St. Cyril,~ 549 II, 7,5 | up with any conditions of civil order which it would consider 550 II, 7,5 | belonged to Greco-Roman civilization.~The Church is catholic. 551 II, 6,2 | because the whole of~the civilized part of humanity had been 552 App, 1 | dogmatic statements, in their clarification, in showing their basis 553 Intro, C,2| study is theological.~This clarifies the difference also between 554 II, 8,6 | pastoral~blessing. d) The class of those who “stood together” 555 App, 5,2 | belonging to this third classification. As regards the ascetics 556 App, 5,2 | Greek Church was to know two classifications of newly glorified saints:~ 557 II, 5,3 | translation of the latter clause, “in whom all have sinned,” 558 II, 6,6 | the potter power over the clay? . . . What if God, willing 559 Add, 0,4 | finding it unoccupied,~cleaned and put in order, “he goeth 560 II, 8,1 | John 2:15-16). It is the cleaning of the~field of the soul 561 I, 1,13 | unclean can enter. The Lord cleanses us by His chastisements, 562 II, 6,2 | of the woman became~even clearer for the chosen ones of faith 563 II, 8,9 | sick, and healed them.”~The clearest testimony of the Mystery 564 Intro, C,2| Aristotle, spiritually and not cleverly woven, according to the~ 565 II, 7,1 | into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same 566 I, 2,4 | short of the truth, and clinging myself to the more reverent~ 567 II, 3,1 | joyfully~strives and to Whom he clings, crying out with love, “ 568 Intro, A,4| they were written after the closing of the canon of the sacred 569 II, 9,6 | of the saints. How many cloths have been handed from~hand 570 Add, 0,4 | same time, with all this cloud of heavenly protectors, 571 II, 7,5 | the vantage; there is no cluster to eat' (Micah 7:1). Such 572 II, 7,3 | in the Church, as their co-pastor (Greek syn-presbyteros), “ 573 II, 8,5 | teach (who recognize the~co-presence of Christ “with the bread, 574 Intro, A,4| into a single collection or~codex could not be an easy matter; 575 II, 7,5 | performed under political coercion, but they did not cease 576 II, 8,9 | cross-form over his body in the coffin at the end of the funeral 577 II, 7,5 | faithful who try not to collaborate with Communist aims. When 578 II, 5,1 | organic creatures, which collide with each other at every 579 II, 4,1 | diseases which proceed from the collision of these separate strivings 580 II, 9,5 | of depictions in line and color. This is a noble and high 581 Add, 0,7 | of the early~Church who combated the heresy of chiliasm was 582 II, 8,5 | Mystery; Tertullian~was combatting the heresy of Marcian; and 583 II, 7,2 | of salvation,~how he must combine his own indispensable labors 584 App, 5,3 | saints is, for the most part, combined with the~uncovering of relics 585 II, 3,5 | and distributed it all;~combining all things in one, solely 586 II, 6,2 | ground: He hath no form~nor comeliness; and when we shall see Him, 587 II, 4,1 | here while the evil live in comfort. If a reward is waiting 588 II, 6,2 | Saviour consisted of a) the comforting promises~of God and b) the 589 Add, 0,7 | sinners; there are two future comings of the~Saviour in glory; 590 II, 9,3 | remarks, “Then we also commemorate (in offering the~Bloodless 591 App, 5,1 | individually. Such are the commemorations of martyrs~that were slain 592 II, 8,7 | prayed with fasting, they commended them to~the Lord” (Acts 593 II, 6,6 | even dare to die. But God commendeth His own love towards us, 594 II, 8,6 | Ecumenical~Council (and its commentaries). See the Eerdmans Seven 595 App, 5,4 | saints of the Kiev Caves was commissioned by Metropolitan Peter~Moghila ( 596 II, 9,5 | and defiles the icons; he commits sacrilegeand is subject 597 II, 5,2 | from the devil: “He that~committeth sin is of the devil — for 598 II, 8,1 | not for assistance against committing~sins in the future, let 599 Intro, A,5| make note of the first and commonest thing: that those who hope 600 II, 9,5 | meet with thee, and I will commune with thee from above the 601 II, 7,5 | with Communist aims. When Communism falls in Russia, these~church 602 II, 7,5 | not to collaborate with Communist aims. When Communism falls 603 II, 7,5 | political domination by Communists; but~the bishops of the 604 Intro, A,3| Father of Gaul, who in~his Communitorium says, “Every care should 605 II, 3,6 | time also ascribe~a certain comparative corporality or materiality 606 II, 8,3 | foundations of social life compel one to be~on guard so that 607 II, 8,3 | child in pious life, is compelled by the bishop to utter the 608 App, 3 | principle of striving, which compels~God the Logos Himself to 609 Add, 0,4 | this subject).~If one is to complain of the frightening character 610 I, 2,4 | all of its fullness and completeness has confessed the truth 611 II, 8,7 | that which is infirm and completeth~that which is wanting, elevateth ( 612 II, 7,3 | Council of bishops, after the completion of their activities, wrote~ 613 II, 3,6 | soul, as opposed to the complexity and material crudeness~of 614 II, 6,6 | the Redemption was greatly complicated thanks to the direction~ 615 II, 9,1 | the services of Matins~and Compline, or may be read or sung 616 Intro, A,9| should be noted that the composers and~compilers of the Divine 617 App, 5,1 | the heavenly Church, she composes an act of “numbering~among 618 App, 5,4 | personal initiative in the composing of services to ascetics 619 II, 3,6 | heretic) there are three composite parts in a man: the body, 620 I, 1,5 | distinguish between the comprehension ofGod, which in essence 621 Intro, B,2| systems.~The attempt at a comprehensive exposition of the whole 622 II, 5,3 | Orthodoxy. The~Western notion compromises the spiritual goal of man, 623 II, 3,6 | of his soul, and not by compulsion. The idea of~man's royal 624 I, 2,4 | to the~end as my genuine comrade and companion the enlightenment 625 I, 1,9 | felt this and strove to conceal themselves from God Who 626 App, 5,1 | lips of her hierarchs, the conciliatory~voice, confirms the conviction 627 Intro, A,1| the holy Apostle Peter in concluding his catholic epistle~(1 628 II, 7,5 | peace for~the world, and concord for the Church . . . Grant 629 II, 8,8 | above marriage, he does not condemn~marriage, commanding that 630 I, 2,3 | God; and~these in a most condensed but at the same time precise 631 II, 8,8 | mixed marriages” are not conducive to the formation of~a “house 632 II, 0,2 | of death according to his conduct,” says the most wise son 633 Add, 0,7 | and which consist of the conducting of~mankind to God through 634 App, 5,5 | and the sovereign, having conferred~with the patriarch and the 635 II, 6,4 | particular, the Orthodox Church, confessing the perfect personal immaculateness 636 App, 5,1 | themselves a memory which is not confined to a narrow~circle of people, 637 II, 8,2 | especially its coming~into conflict with the life of the world 638 Intro, A,6| by the Holy Spirit, which conform to the Church's catholic 639 I, 2,2 | Let us go down, and there confound their language.”~Genesis 640 II, 8,7 | the prayer~of the entire congregation of clergy and people who 641 I, 2,8 | concept of the Absolute was connected with the name of God~the 642 Add, 0,7 | 20, 7-9, pp. 718-728. He connects the “binding” of the devil 643 II, 8,2 | is the One~Who fights and conquers, and He is the One Who calls 644 II, 8,4 | Patriarch or chief Metropolitan consecrates~the chrism for the whole 645 App, 1 | theological thought the conservative point of view on the~question 646 App, 5,3 | regards~the relics of a considerable number of ancient saints, 647 Intro, C | Theology naturally~takes into consideration the inquiries of each age, 648 App, 1 | feeling.~However, by these considerations we do not at all deny every 649 App, 5,2 | or bias. Prof. Golubinsky~considers this indication the sole 650 I, 2,4 | illustrations from which to considerthe Object which I am trying 651 Add, 0,7 | each of us a duty and a consolation.~The Kingdom of Glory.~With 652 II, 8,5 | necessary, saving,~and consoling obligation of every Christian. 653 II, 4,1 | the created powers. The constancy of the so-calledlaws of 654 II, 7,5 | Greek text of the Nicaean Constantinoplitan Symbol of Faith (the Creed), 655 App, 5,4 | well known that Emperor Constantius (reigned 337-61), son of 656 II, 7,6 | oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly;~not for 657 App, 5,5 | saints of God, and also to construct over~his relics a sarcophagus 658 App, 3 | thought hastens to arbitrary constructions which are rationalistic 659 Intro, C,2| overthrew the philosophical constructs of the enemies of Christianity.~ 660 Add, 0,5 | revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of His~mouth, 661 I, 1,6 | 4:8, 16).~“Our God as a consuming fire” (Heb. 12:29).~However, 662 II, 5,3 | Adam. He has received the contagion of the ancient~death through 663 II, 3,6 | content as compared to its~container, so also the spirit is evidently 664 II, 3,6 | temporal, with his mind~he contemplates the eternal and strives 665 I, 1,5 | made their minds capable of contemplating exalted truths; that is, 666 Intro, C,2| setting forth the profoundly~contemplative teaching of Triunity, he 667 App, 4 | rejoiced in His presence continually” (Prov. 8:30).~In all the 668 Intro, A,6| the Orthodox Church as a continuation of those of the Sixth Council. 669 II, 7,6 | immediate successors and continuers,~and presbyters as their 670 II, 7,3 | But this one, because He continueth forever, hath an unchangeable~ 671 Intro, A,8| Fifth Ecumenical Council as contradicting the Church's~“catholic consciousness,” 672 App, 3 | and, as~has been said, it contradicts the word of God. Indeed, 673 Intro, A,3| Father~Michael will be contrasting the teaching of Roman Catholicism 674 II, 3,6 | In this sense the Apostle contrasts the “spiritualman with 675 II, 8,6 | to approach God and with contriteheart to ask for the remission 676 App, 5,2 | without any solemnity. The controversy continued for about six 677 Add, 0,3 | obligation that provides a convenient~disposition of soul for 678 II, 7,4 | glorify them, thank them, converse with them as with living~ 679 II, 4,2 | them. Appearing to them, He conversed with them and revealed His 680 Add, 0,4 | remainest with me, my fellow converser,~Holy Angel, watching over, 681 II, 8,8 | an unbeliever, in hope of converting the other one to the faith. 682 II, 8,5 | said, The Saviour, so as to convince them of the possibility 683 II, 9,3 | the saints, being fully~convinced that they intercede for 684 II, 9,2 | Orthodoxy: the~Jacobites, Copts, Armenians, Ethiopians, 685 II, 8,6 | the Apostle Paul~upon the Corinthian Christian who had committed 686 II, 3,5 | angels standing on the four~corners of the earth, holding the 687 II, 3,6 | ascribe~a certain comparative corporality or materiality to the soul. 688 II, 8,6 | They are acts which are corrective,~healing, pedagogical. Their 689 App, 4 | guide even of wisdom and the corrector of the wise” (Wisdom~of 690 II, 7,6 | hierarchy. Here a perfect correspondence is desirable but is not 691 II, 7,5 | its disposal~such words as cosmos (the world), or oikoumene ( 692 II, 7,6 | presbyters that rule well be counted worthy of double honor, 693 II, 9,6 | ascetic life, or by a demonic counterfeit);~and of some great Orthodox 694 App, 5,1 | more clearly seen; yet, countless other points of light exist 695 App, 5,3 | one, to honor his fellow countryman;~another, to honor someone 696 II, 6,7 | continence, in justice, in courage, and above all presents 697 II, 9,3 | intentions of the Syrian court, which he~then communicated 698 II, 8,2 | Body of Christ and as the “courtyard of~the flock of Christ,” 699 II, 6,4 | brothers and sisters or~of cousins (The generally accepted 700 II, 6,2 | milk and honey; He made covenants: the covenant of circumcision~ 701 II, 4,1 | lives on the earth: “God covereth heaven with~clouds, Who 702 Add, 0,5 | lovers of their own~selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers ... 703 II, 7,6 | renowned, revered as pillars (cp.~Gal. 2:2, 9), still all 704 App, 2 | welcomes sincere attempts at creating a harmonious, philosophical 705 I, 1,16 | eternally~active, but our creature-like mind cannot understand the 706 I, 2,5 | opposition to any kind of creatureliness, to everything that was 707 I, 2,8 | the world, and the finite, creaturely~world.~In the history of 708 II, 9,5 | Vladimir’s Seminary Press, Crestwood, N.Y., 1980, pp.~82-88, 709 II, 6,2 | salvation.~1. Having cut off the criminality of the original mankind 710 Intro, B,2| influences” which they show. This~criticism, while to a certain extent 711 Intro, B,2| recent years, and some have criticized them for supposedWestern 712 II, 8,9 | ancient tradition, poured cross-form over his body in the coffin 713 II, 6,5 | death, with prayer for His crucifiers. Christ took upon Himselfthe 714 II, 8,5 | Origen was writing against a crudely sensual attitude to the 715 II, 3,6 | complexity and material crudeness~of the body; they indicate 716 Add, 0,7 | heaven, for this alone is the cruelest of all punishments”(Homily 717 II, 4,1 | of the world will still culminate in the attainment of the 718 App, 3 | veneration both from the Culminator~of the Old Testament and 719 II, 3,6 | soul, but being reborn, he cultivates~in himself the seeds of 720 II, 7,5 | tendency in contemporary cultural society to place all confessions 721 II, 6,6 | find none; cut it down; why cumbereth~it the ground? And he answering 722 Add, 0,7 | Cross! How up to now all his cunningness and malice are defeated 723 II, 9,5 | depictions on the walls and curtains of the Old Testament Temple,~ 724 II, 0,2 | departure from the body is customarily called the “toll houses.”~ 725 App, 5,5 | over his grave, “as was customary for the saints of God, and 726 II, 3,6 | Source of life, and if he cuts off his tie with this Source, 727 II, 7,3 | wrote~an epistle to Pope Damasus and other bishops of the 728 II, 8,3 | that believeth not shall be damned” (Mark 16:16). On the day 729 II, 6,6 | souls from it: “Today Adam~dances for joy and Eve rejoices, 730 I, 1,11 | and when she sees it in danger of being~devoured by a serpent, 731 II, 9,7 | the name of Christ, and dangers~from the enemies of Christ, 732 I, 1,15 | take up~my wings toward the dawn, make mane abode in the 733 App, 5,1 | binds those on earth to the de-parted; it is an expression of 734 II, 8,5 | commemoration of the living and the~dead-the whole Church of Christ.~ 735 II, 8,6 | possibility of forgiveness~for deadly sins: “The sin unto death 736 II, 3,6 | expressions concerning the~deaths of Abraham (Gen. 25:8), 737 App, 2 | Emperor, there occurred a debate of the Christian~teachers 738 II, 6,6 | of its own age. It was a debtor unable to pay. This~feeling 739 II, 6,6 | prison, for example,~for debts, 3) ransoming from slavery. 740 Add, 0,5 | lying wonders, and with all deceivableness~of unrighteousness in them 741 II, 6,2 | the devil and Satan, which deceiveth~the whole world; he war 742 II, 7,5 | everything should be done decently and in order; an example 743 II, 6,6 | corrupted by sin. For, by the deception of the serpent, themurderer 744 I, 2,4 | the shadows~go, as being deceptive and very far short of the 745 App, 5,2 | establishment of peace, St. Symeon decided to leave Constantinople 746 App, 5,4 | their~glorification, as the decisions for local canonization were 747 II, 8,1 | 2:11). One must place a decisive boundary between oneself 748 II, 7,6 | 12:11), the Apostle Paul declares twice, adding:~“Though I 749 App, 5,6 | life, and after his~death declareth this to His people through 750 App, 1 | in Church Tradition, in declaring them obligatory for all 751 II, 8,2 | Mysteries is by no means decreased. The great attainments~of 752 I, 1,12 | ordering of the visible world,~dedicating to this subject whole works, 753 II, 9,6 | relics of holy martyrs at the dedication of altars, or to place holy 754 II, 8,7 | stubbornly,~but without proof, to deduce the very concept of the 755 II, 6,4 | Dogmatically this teaching was deduced in Roman theology from the 756 App, 2 | fundamental axioms of reason, deducing from them further~conclusions, 757 App, 5,3 | glorification, yet one may deem an ascetic life,~confirmed 758 App, 5,2 | others could do as they deemed best.~Satisfied by this 759 I, 2,11 | one's own soul, looking deep within one's self, concentrating 760 I, 1,18 | of the oneness of God is deepened by the truth of the Tri-hypostatical~ 761 I, 1,17 | the light obeys Thee; the deeps are afraid~at Thy presence; 762 Add, 0,7 | which will end with~the defeat of satan and the final casting 763 II, 4,2 | received no inward or outward defects from the Creator. It~possessed 764 II, 8,3 | annihilate all the sinful defilements and communicate a new life. 765 II, 9,5 | and idols blasphemes and defiles the icons; he commits sacrilegeand 766 Add, 0,7 | Rom. 2:5).~• final and definitive, determining for all eternity 767 App, 5,5 | the~Holy Synod no longer delayed in solemnly revealing to 768 App, 5,4 | Providence of God and, not delaying, he hastened to the Monastery~ 769 App, 5,3 | as “zealots,” without any deliberate~inquest or proclamation 770 II, 6,4 | testified to directly and deliberately by~two Evangelists, Matthew 771 I, 1,5 | farewell to all rational deliberations, bend down his head to the 772 I, 1,5 | Men,~having left off “delighting themselves in the Lord” ( 773 I, 1,17 | gladness with Thy countenance; delights~are an Thy right hand forever” ( 774 II, 8,9 | healeth every infirmity and delivereth from~death: Heal also Thy 775 II, 5,3 | of evil,~and on the other delivers a man from illnesses, frees 776 Add, 0,5 | God shall send them strong delusion,~that they should believe 777 Add, 0,3 | passive and careless we demean ourselves. However, to rise~ 778 App, 5,4 | their glorifications):~St. Demetrius, Metropolitan of Rostov; 779 II, 5,2 | healings by the Savior of the demon possessed.~Evil spirits, 780 II, 3,6 | opportunity for a horseman to demonstrate~his skill (Blessed Theodoret).~ 781 App, 5,2 | The incident cited above demonstrates, from one point of view, 782 II, 8,2 | become the enemies of God, deniers, unbelievers,~“apostates.”~ 783 II, 7,6 | one or another Christian denomination deprives it of an attribute 784 II, 6,3 | Paul of Samosata, who was denounced~by two councils of Antioch. 785 App, 5,3 | Christian faith and for publicly denouncing Islam. The~later Greek Church, 786 Add, 0,4 | for powerful~words, for denunciations, for calls to spiritual 787 II, 7,4 | earth.~The holy Apostles, departing from this world, put off 788 I, 2,8 | However, we do~encounter departures from the authentic Christian 789 App, 2 | shows that its systems depend upon a personal predisposition 790 App, 5,4 | history~which might have depended on a change of condition 791 II, 9,7 | name of Christ sorrows and deprivations for his faith. Secondly, 792 II, 7,6 | another Christian denomination deprives it of an attribute of the 793 II, 8,7 | the cities of Asia MinorDerbe,~Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch — 794 I, 1,7 | Michael is indicating here the derivation of the word opredeleniye (“ 795 I, 1,7 | thing is true: “definitionderives from the Latin finis,~“limit.”) 796 Add, 0,4 | body, often ascends and descends, fears and trembles. The 797 II, 6,3 | 38) — thus did the Lord describe~the state of His soul to 798 II, 5,3 | Greek (Old Calendar) Church describes them as follows:~“There 799 II, 9,6 | remains of saints. Thus, after describing the martyr's death of St. 800 II, 6,5 | of human history.~Neither descriptions nor enumerations can take 801 App, 5,3 | the venerable John the desert-dweller and his fellow ascetics, 802 II, 4,1 | according to their just deserts, why should we be disturbed 803 App, 1 | religious circles has been to "desex" the Bible and remove all 804 Intro, A,4| did not~have a definite designation to any specific place, the 805 II, 6,5 | today death and hell are despoiled, while mankind is clothed 806 II, 8,6 | source of sins, and b) the despondency of hopelessness in one’s 807 II, 7,5 | remains foreign to it and is destined to be sifted out and destroyed, 808 II, 8,4 | do you not know that the destroyer passed over the~houses of 809 II, 6,6 | Priest and Sacrifice. We were detained~in bondage by the evil one, 810 Add, 0,7 | final and definitive, determining for all eternity the fate 811 Intro, A,4| books have been calledDeuterocanonical”~— i.e. belonging to a “ 812 App, 3 | and we must speak of the devel-opment of religious experience 813 II, 7,2 | earthly growth, the Church develops in the spheres of Divine 814 Add, 0,7 | unavoidability of punishment for deviating from the commandment of 815 App, 3 | a whole series of direct deviations from the Orthodox~Christian 816 II, 9,5 | manner of workmanship; and to devise~skilled works, to work in 817 I, 1,9 | 3).)~St. John Damascene devotes one chapter to this theme 818 I, 1,11 | sees it in danger of being~devoured by a serpent, with a pitiful 819 II, 8,1 | in us…” Just as rain and dew, falling upon the earth, 820 App, 2 | philosophical thought and di-recting its concepts into the channel 821 Intro, C,2| the Great that he mastered dialectic to perfection,~with the 822 Intro, C,2| which is dogmatical and not dialectical, in the~manner of the fishermen 823 Intro, C,1| exercise, not an~intellectual dialectics, but a dwelling of one's 824 I, 2,4 | Although~there are many dialects in the world, the power 825 II, 3,6 | has the same view.~In his diary, St. John of Kronstadt has 826 App, 5,4 | especially revered in the Russian diaspora. The uncovering of his relics 827 II, 7,6 | presbyters~and deacons, is dictated by the very logic of life 828 II, 7,5 | basis of submission to the dictation of the atheist rulers. Parts 829 II, 6,6 | namely (according~to Greek dictionaries), 1) ransoming from captivity, 830 App, 5,2 | by the Church for their didactic gifts and their lofty spiritual 831 App, 5,4 | exceptions.~The following differ according to the degree 832 Add, 0,7 | 1 Cor. 3:8); “One star differeth from another star in glory”~( 833 App, 1 | place the mind before new difficulties. The chief thing,~however, 834 II, 8,6 | from which much evil is diffused,~and it proceeds further 835 II, 6,6 | year also, till l~shall dig about it, and dung it. And 836 II, 3,6 | beyond the grave has grown dim, where there is no prayerful 837 I, 2,10 | Nyssa, Ambrose,~Amphilocius, Diodores of Tarsus, and others, who 838 I, 2,6 | Athanasius, De sentent Dionis., no. 15).~This same likeness, 839 App, 5,2 | were entered in the local diptychs — the lists of the departed~ 840 Intro, A,2| philosophical conceptions, and b) to directives which were to be precisely 841 II, 7,5 | the ceasing of possible disagreements~among the Churches: “Cause 842 Add, 0,7 | nothing is annihilated and disappears, and that God is powerful 843 II, 6,3 | the~spirit of the Jewish disbelief in the Divinity of Christ, 844 II, 3,6 | joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the~thoughts and intents 845 I, 1,5 | long desert~places that discharge water as soon as they find 846 II, 5,3 | fallen nature) causes some discomfort.~In the expression 'original 847 II, 7,5 | among the Churches: “Cause discords to cease in the Church; 848 App, 5,3 | and with faith.” From the discourse of Patriarch Philotheus 849 II, 9,5 | sacrilege?” (Rom. 2:22).~The discoveries of ecclesiastical archeology 850 II, 7,5 | treasure-house simple stones, and disdain pearls” (St. Gregory the 851 II, 3,6 | and strives towards it, disdaining that which is under his 852 I, 2,7 | dogma. At best, it is only a disguise forthe Roman view that the 853 I, 2,7 | of “missionary” aims, has disguised the importance~of the difference 854 Add, 0,4 | worketh in the children of disobedience” (Eph. 2:2). Therefore, 855 Intro, A,9| theology from above, rightly dispenseth and glorifieth the great 856 II, 6,2 | trade, and thanks to the dispersion of the Jews into the various 857 II, 7,5 | Even though it had at its disposal~such words as cosmos (the 858 App, 1 | Especially symptomatic were the disputes concerningdogmatic development.”~ 859 II, 6,3 | spirit” (John 13:21), showed~dissatisfaction, shed tears for example, 860 II, 3,6 | which from Adam until now is disseminated to the whole human race. 861 II, 5,3 | elements of the world, in which dissolution and~death are active. Nourishment 862 II, 3,6 | of this tabernacle~were dissolved, we have a building of God, 863 II, 5,3 | for salvation. For~death dissolves this animal nature of ours 864 I, 1,6 | movement, and the bond~or distance between them. Having passed 865 Add, 0,4 | unavoidable translation into a distant place” (St. Basil the Great, 866 App, 2 | knowledge.However, by the distinctions mentioned above, one should 867 II, 8,7 | with absolute~clarity and distinctiveness are set apart from each 868 II, 3,6 | righteous is~more clearly and distinctly expressed in the words of 869 II, 3,6 | explained and revealed the distinctness~of the soul from the body 870 Intro, A,6| of the Church~against the distortions of heretics. The Ecumenical 871 Add, 0,7 | deprivation) can torment and disturb our souls more powerfully 872 Add, 0,7 | in himself for sorrow and disturbance. May~this not be there, 873 II, 8,5 | Which is broken, though not disunited, Which is ever eaten, though 874 App, 3 | few points here noted of divergence between the views of Soloviev 875 II, 8,6 | Roman Catholic theologians divide~good works into two aspects: 876 II, 6,7 | Church of Christ is called a Divine-Human organism, this is because~ 877 II, 5,3 | so tied to the notion of divinization (theosis) and the unspotted 878 II, 8,8 | marriage and forbidding~divorce, mentions these words of 879 II, 8,8 | advising that one not be divorced even~from an unbeliever, 880 II, 6,3 | heretics of this sort were the Docetists, who acknowledged the flesh 881 I, 2,7 | Latin dogmatic work~of the doctor of theology, A. Sanda, we 882 Intro, A,2| and Romans the Greek word dogmat was used~to refer a) to 883 Intro, A,2| delivered them the decrees (dogmata) for~to keep, that were 884 I, 2,7 | unknown” (Sinopsis Theologiae Dogmaticae~Specialis, by Dr. A. Sanda, 885 Add, 0,4 | is grieved over the evil~doings of men, taking upon Himself 886 II, 6,3 | pretended or “seeming” (Greek dokeo, “to seem”).~At the time 887 App, 5,1 | commemoration~forever in its proper domain, i.e., in the local Church 888 II, 5,3 | original sin — only in the dominance of~the fleshly over the 889 II, 5,3 | bodily side, has come to dominate over~the spiritual side. 890 II, 7,5 | because of its political domination by Communists; but~the bishops 891 Intro, B,1| Patriarch of~Jerusalem, Dositheus, which was read and approved 892 II, 9,5 | Thou that abhorrest idols,~dost thou commit sacrilege?” ( 893 II, 7,6 | well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who 894 II, 8,1 | leaven, so as to be a new dough (1 Cor. 5:7).~Therefore, 895 App, 5,5 | decades before Russia's~downfall, the glorification of saints 896 App, 5,3 | with hymnody and sacred~doxologies, and bequeath these to the 897 I, 2,7 | Dogmaticae~Specialis, by Dr. A. Sanda, vol. 1, p. 100; 898 II, 8,5 | him eat of thebread and drank of that cup” (1 Cor. 11: 899 Add, 0,4 | hastening towards you, the~dreadful confusion of the soul tormented 900 II, 6,2 | land,” having tasted to the~dregs the bitterness of estrangement 901 II, 4,2 | food, commanding them to dress and~keep it. The Garden 902 II, 6,6 | none. Then said he unto the dresser of the vineyard, Behold, 903 I, 1,5 | the head and by its heat dries up everything liquid in 904 Add, 0,7 | Flood perished by being drowned in water, but the Apostle 905 II, 6,6 | fulfilled~its purpose and as drowning in evil.~“Hath not the potter 906 II, 3,6 | during illness,~old age, or drunkenness — the Fathers of the Church 907 I, 1,18 | forth against the idea of dualism . the acknowledgement~of 908 II, 8,6 | draw a man downward, which dull his mind,~heart and conscience, 909 II, 6,2 | sheep before her shearers~is dumb, so He openeth not His mouth. 910 Add, 0,7 | kind of unclean thing was dumped, as a result of which a 911 II, 6,6 | shall dig about it, and dung it. And if it bear fruit, 912 App, 2 | philosophy~for almost its whole duration has had two currentsidealistic 913 Add, 0,4 | collectors of taxes and duties, were evidently points for 914 II, 5,2 | remaining in the heavenly dwellings of light. “I~beheld satan 915 II, 8,5 | His “activity and~power” (“dynamically”) that Jesus Christ is present 916 II, 8,1 | in meaning with the word dynamis, “power.” The termgrace” 917 II, 3,2 | passages in~the word of God; e.g., “God made them out of things 918 II, 6,4 | is, attained, acquired, earned. The Most Holy Virgin~Mary 919 II, 8,4 | sealed us, and given the earnest of the Spirit in our hearts” ( 920 II, 5,1 | physical world — for example, earthquakes, storms, floods,~landslides, 921 Add, 0,7 | transfiguration of bodies easier, the Apostle compares~the 922 II, 8,9 | as its consequence,~the easing of bodily illness and the 923 App, 1 | philosophical-theological~world-view. The eccentric ideas expressed by Soloviev 924 II, 3,6 | return to God Who gave it”~(Eccl. 12:7). The whole account 925 II, 8,3 | example, in the work On the Ecclesastical~Hierarchy, known under the 926 Intro, A,4| The Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiasticus or the Wisdom of Joshua 927 App, 2 | into confusion and to the eclipsing of their purpose,~their 928 II, 3,6 | Psalmist to praise the Creator ecstatically, “O Lord, our~Lord, how 929 Intro, A,5| published in many languages~and editions. However, the great reverence 930 Add, 0,3 | God, unites believers, and educates~them morally so that by 931 II, 5,3 | as does a physician and educator: He covered his nakedness 932 II, 8,2 | grace-giving power) from the “effectiveness” of the Mystery (that is, 933 II, 8,7 | Chrismation.~The essence and effectuating words of the mystery.~Thus 934 II, 8,2 | One must distinguish the “efficacy” of the Mystery (that is, 935 II, 8,1 | if on his part he applies efforts to preserve it .acts in 936 Intro, A,4| Egypt at the request of the Egyptian King Ptolemy II in the 3rd 937 Intro, A,9| of daily services in the Eight Tones, is essentially the 938 App, 5,5 | Russian saints from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries 939 App, 5,6 | to local~veneration, and eighty years for canonization).~ 940 II, 8,5 | typikos),~not figuratively (eikonikos), not by an abundance of 941 II, 7,1 | in Greek, ekklesia, from~ekkaleo, meaning “to gather.” In 942 I, 2,9 | this condition by the words ekkenosis, kenosis, which mean a pouring 943 II, 7,1 | the “assembly,” in Greek, ekklesia, from~ekkaleo, meaning “ 944 Add, 0,7 | quite clear that even the~elect will suffer on earth during 945 II, 8,7 | Their pastors are only elected~and appointed by the people, 946 II, 6,7 | presented much more fully and elevatedly than in the Old Testament, 947 II, 8,7 | completeth~that which is wanting, elevateth (name) the most devout subdeacon, 948 II, 7,5 | Provider and Saviour, has an elevating power there among Protestants~ 949 II, 9,6 | the Saviour, there was an elevation not only~of the concept 950 Intro, A,6| 692) was actually held eleven years after the Sixth Ecumenical 951 II, 9,5 | worship (the~Council of Elvira in Spain, 305). Sometimes, 952 I, 2,4 | another sun, but they are only emanations~from the sun, and qualities 953 II, 7,6 | question about circumcision, an embassy was sent~to Jerusalem, to 954 II, 3,1 | but in this brevity is embraced the whole~history of the 955 II, 9,5 | cunning workman, and of the embroiderer (Ex. 35:30-35).~The material 956 App, 5,4 | teacherof the whole world, His Eminence Metropolitan Macarius,” 957 II, 9,5 | example, the statues of emperors), but not those of the heavenly 958 II, 8,7 | preciselytestified to later with full emphasis by the same Apostle Paul, 959 II, 3,6 | special significance is emphasized yet more~in the fact that 960 II, 7,2 | then of the whole~Roman Empire, and even the lands beyond 961 Intro, C,2| The natural sciences~are empirical and technical, while our 962 II, 6,4 | Dormition relates that once the Empress Pulcheria (5th century), 963 II, 6,4 | death voluntarily so as to emulate her Son; but death had no 964 II, 3,5 | multitude must~the heaven which encircles it contain? And must not 965 II, 3,6 | the dust. It is a light enclosed in a cave, but still it 966 Add, 0,4 | alone. But the Gospel~is all encompassing! The demands of the Sermon 967 I, 1,5 | waterless; and then~such a man encounters a spring with splendid, 968 II, 3,5 | sending his~servant to Nahor, encouraged him with the conviction 969 II, 8,6 | treasury” (See the Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 ed., articleIndulgences.”)~ 970 II, 0,2 | departure) of the soul” (“I will endeavor that ye may be able after 971 II, 7,3 | the Roman Church, which ended thus: “When~in this way 972 II, 5,1 | of the world, where~the endlessly various and mutually opposed 973 II, 4,2 | God made man sinless and endowed with freedom of will. By 974 II, 3,6 | while being heavenly, it endures being mixed with~what is 975 Intro, A,4| Version, and a law of 1615 in England even forbade the Bible to 976 II, 9,5 | all manner of~work, of the engraver, and of the cunning workman, 977 II, 3,5 | authority in the Church which is enjoyed by other early texts. It 978 Intro, B,1| Metropolitan Philaret of Moscow enjoys a similar importance in~ 979 I, 2,7 | Christ: By Thy Holy Spirit enlighten us, instruct us, and preserve 980 II, 6,2 | significance: “And I will put enmity between thee~and the woman, 981 Add, 0,3 | that by this means it might ennoble and exalt earthly life itself — 982 | enough 983 Add, 0,7 | heart: He will not make enquiry” (Ps. 9:34).~Moreover, the 984 II, 4,1 | 20:24). He makes poor and enriches, He brings down and raises 985 App, 5,4 | Constantine the Great,~enshrined the relics of the Apostles 986 App, 5,3 | removal of the relics and the enshrining of them in a specially~prepared 987 App, 5,4 | both with their prayerful entreaties for assistance. The Church 988 II, 8,3 | parents of the child should entrust him to someone~among the 989 II, 3,6 | the holy is such, and the entryway~of the temple is so praiseworthy 990 II, 7,6 | of Lyons writes: “We can enumerate those who were appointed 991 Intro, A,4| 318, in its 33rd Canon, enumerated all~of the books of the 992 II, 6,5 | Neither descriptions nor enumerations can take in the majesty, 993 II, 4,1 | powers and of the surrounding environment,~each in its own measure 994 App, 5,2 | Theophan, 2 vols. [Moscow:~Ephimov Press, 1892], Vol. 1, pp. 995 I, 2,9 | Chrysostom, Gregory of~Nyssa, Epiphanius, Ambrose of Milan, Cyril 996 II, 8,8 | Roman Catholics, Armenians, Episcopalians, Lutherans, Presbyterians. 997 II, 7,3 | Invisible Bishop” (Greek: episkopos aoratos).~Christ is the 998 App, 4 | Testament books separate episodes are cited~which specially 999 II, 3,6 | beholding the creation. In all epochs of human history, the best 1000 II, 7,5 | All of such “uniting” and “equalizingviews indicate a forgetfulness


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