Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 I,Intro  realized that from their point of view he was a heretic.
2 I, 2,2  Chalcedon from ~an Alexandrian point of view, and sought to explain,
3 I, 3,1  the value in the opposite point of view. ~ We have spoken
4 I, 3,1  may seem to many that the point at issue ~is so abstruse
5 I, 3,2  by the Greeks. The chief point of trouble was Bulgaria,
6 I, 3,2  Lord.. ~At this critical point in the dispute, the whole
7 I, 3,2  level. ~ From the military point of view, however, the Crusades
8 I, 3,3  teaching on Purgatory (as a point of dispute between east
9 I, 4,3  icons from the artistic point of view . the Holy ~Trinity,
10 I, 5,1  faith. From the material point ~of view there was every
11 I, 5,1  and politics: from their point of view, if ~Christianity
12 I, 5,2  Reformation from an Orthodox point of view. The chief matters
13 I, 5,2  Brest, so that from their point of view the Orthodox Church
14 I, 5,2  answers ~Cyril.s Confession point by point with concision
15 I, 5,2  Cyril.s Confession point by point with concision and clarity.
16 I, 6,1  Patriarch. It was from one point of view a tri~umph for
17 I, 6,2  made to conform at every point to the standard of the four
18 I, 6,3  severe to himself (at one point in his life he spent a thousand ~
19 I, 6,3  betrays the same ~fundamental point of view, while Orthodoxy
20 I, 6,3  Protestantism from ~the point of view of the Church, and
21 I, 7,9  has acted as an important point of contact between Orthodox
22 II, 0,12  elements which from an outward point of view make up the Tradition~
23 II, 1,1  century).~Yet there is one point in the doctrine of God the
24 II, 1,1  matter from a theological point of view? Many people today —
25 II, 1,1  eternity.~10~It is at this point that Roman Catholic theology
26 II, 1,1  the other at a~particular point in time: he was born of
27 II, 1,1  relation. Yet on the essential point the two~Gregories agreed
28 II, 1,1  principio. From the Orthodox point of view, however, this is
29 II, 1,2  shall find that this is a point of vital importance.~Image
30 II, 1,2  between us and Him there is a point of contact, an essential
31 II, 1,2  microcosm, a~bridge and point of meeting for the whole
32 II, 1,2  Protestantism; but beyond this point east and west do not entirely
33 II, 1,3  the Incarnation from this point of view, have argued that
34 II, 1,4  P.G. 26, 996C)): from one point of view, the whole~‘aim’
35 II, 1,5  related to this is another point of equal importance. The
36 II, 2,1  section 9.). It stands at a point of intersection between~
37 II, 2,1  63). This is a cardinal~point in Orthodox teaching. Orthodoxy
38 II, 2,1  Evanston in 1954, where this point is put very clearly). Saint
39 II, 2,2  then from the Orthodox point of view the only~branches
40 II, 2,2  categorical strength and point of this aphorism lies in
41 II, 2,4  everpresent icons act as a point of meeting between the living
42 II, 2,4  Testament. From the Orthodox point of view, however, the whole
43 II, 2,5  Didache, 10, 6). From one point of~view the first Christians
44 II, 2,5  millennia more. Yet from another point of view the primitive Church
45 II, 3,2  draw the curtain at any~point in the Liturgy; in a number
46 II, 3,2  fill the church serve as a point of meeting between heaven
47 II, 4  appears from~the visible point of view to be bread and
48 II, 4,3  the Holy Gifts before this point is condemned by the Orthodox
49 II, 4,3  this is a most important point~in Patristic and Orthodox
50 II, 4,3  we are projected to the point where eternity cuts~across
51 II, 4,3  across time, and at this point we become true contemporaries
52 II, 4,4  and God’s minister. This point is also stressed in words~
53 II, 4,5  and so at a particular point in the service the assembled
54 II, 4,6  other reasons as well.~One point must be clearly understood:
55 II, 4,6  clearly understood: from the point of view of Orthodox theology
56 II, 6,2  Monophysites, from the practical point of view, stand in a very
57 II, 6,2  Orthodox? From the Orthodox~point of view there is one great
58 II, 6,2  Greece, for example, at one point declared~that it would only
