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[1] VIth Meeting of the Lutheran - Orthodox Joint Commission 31/5 - 8/6/1991 Moscow, USSR. Revised for Subcommision Meeting, June 17-21,1992, Geneva.























            [2] The exact date has been shifting from time to time.























            [3] Islamic Law provided for the self rule of each of the Jewish and Christian societies called a Milet.























            [4] I.e. a native of the Roman province, Magna Graecia, in Southern Italy.























            [5] Migne P. L. 89, 744; Mansi 12, 313-314.























            [6] For documented sources of the details of the murder of the Celtic and Saxon Bishops and abbots and their replacement by nobles from the Frankish realms of Francia, i.e. Gallia, Germania and Italia see Auguste Thierry, Histoire de la Conquête de l' Angleterre par les Normands, Paris 1843, vol. 2, pp. 147 (1071-1072), 215-219 (1075-1076), 284, 313-314, 318 (1087-1094); vol. 3, pp. 35 (1110-1138 ), 214-215 (1203 ).























            [7] Ibid. voI. 2, pp. 55;' 66 (1068 ) 111,145,184 (1070-1072 ), 215 (1075-1076), 240-242 (1082), 313-316 (1088-1089); vol. 3, pp. 35, 44, 47 (1110-1140).























            [8] Ibid.; vol. 2, pp. 232, 236 (1080); vol. 3; pp. 27, 36-37; 39 (1110-1138), 55 (1141-1142); vol. 4, p. 349 (1387).
























      [9] Ibid., vol, 2, p. 315.























            [10] Migne, P. L.182, .921-940.























            [11] As summarised in The History of Feudalism, edited by David Herlihy, 1970, p. 282-283.























            [12] This interpretation of Paul is based on the Patristic Tradition, but also on information provided during a dialogue meeting in Bucharest (October 1979) between Orthodox and Jews. The latter pointed out that the Patristic illumination and glorification I described to them was that of the Hasidim. Evidently the Apostles and the Pharisees of Paul belong to this tradition.























            [13] Commenting on 1 Cor. 12:27-28 St. Simeon the New Theologian writes, "That he may prove the differences of the members and what they are and who they are, he says: You then are the body of Christ... kinds of tongues. Do you see the differences among the members of Christ? Did you learn who are his members?" Book Six on Ethics, entitled, "How one is united to Christ and God and how all the saints become one with Him."























            [14] For Patristic interpretation of Paul's "eph'ho" in Rom. 5:12 see J. S. Romanides, "Original Sin According to St. Paul," in St. Vladimir's Quarterly (in the original Georges Florovsky numbering discontinued by new editors) New York, 1955, vol. IV, nos. 1-2: ΤΟ ΠΡΩΠΑΤΟΡΙΚΟ ΑΜΑΡΤΗΜΑ, Athens 1957, 2nd ed. 1989, chapter 6.























            [15] See bibliography for Christ in the Old Testament according to the Fathers, and especially of the Ecumenical Councils.























            [16] J. S. Romanides, "Justin Martyr and the Fourth Gospel", in The Greek Orthodox Theological Review, IV, 2 (1958-59),115-139.























  [17] For the common philosophical presuppositions between Paul of Samosata, his Co-Lucianist Arians and the Nestorians see my " Debate over Theodore of Mopsuestia s Christology," The Greek Orthodox Theological Review, vol. VII, 2 (1959-60), pp. 140-185.























            [18] For analyses of these deviations see ibl>bibliography.























            [19] One may find the above concentrated in Augustine's following writings: De Beata Vita, Contra Academicos, Confessions, and scattered in a11 his writings. Especially interesting are his explanations of the visions of God in both the Old and New Testaments by the Prophets and Apostles in his De Trinitate, Books II and III. Also of interest are his writings against the Pelagians and the so-called Semi-Pelagians who belong to the Pauline tradition of this paper.























            [20] Migne, P. G. 60, 23: J. S. Romanides, Original Sin (in Greek) 1st ed. Athens 1957; 2nd ed. Athens 1989, p. 173.























            [21] John S. Romanides, Franks, Romans, Feudalism and Doctrine, Brookline 1981, p. 53-57.