Talk:Immaculate Conception

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In the section "From modern Orthodox theologians," it appears that the quotation from Vladimir Lossky was used (without citation, unfortunately) in an [http://www.netacc.net/~mafg/mary03.htm article] by the Lutheran pastor Rev Charles Dickson. [[User:Magda|magda]] 15:52, 1 Feb 2005 (CST)
 
In the section "From modern Orthodox theologians," it appears that the quotation from Vladimir Lossky was used (without citation, unfortunately) in an [http://www.netacc.net/~mafg/mary03.htm article] by the Lutheran pastor Rev Charles Dickson. [[User:Magda|magda]] 15:52, 1 Feb 2005 (CST)
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Also, it's difficult to get "an answer" from this article if someone is looking for "What the Orthodox believe about the Immaculate Conception."  It might be helpful to use a quotation from the [http://www.philthompson.net/pages/faq/12.html Phil Thompson] article: 
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"[O]riginal sin in the Orthodox understanding is not a 'stain' but an absence. And there is no need to figure out how Christ failed to inherit it along with His human nature from His mother, because the Incarnation itself is the end of the separation." [[User:Magda|magda]] 15:57, 1 Feb 2005 (CST)

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In the section "From modern Orthodox theologians," it appears that the quotation from Vladimir Lossky was used (without citation, unfortunately) in an article by the Lutheran pastor Rev Charles Dickson. magda 15:52, 1 Feb 2005 (CST)

Also, it's difficult to get "an answer" from this article if someone is looking for "What the Orthodox believe about the Immaculate Conception." It might be helpful to use a quotation from the Phil Thompson article: "[O]riginal sin in the Orthodox understanding is not a 'stain' but an absence. And there is no need to figure out how Christ failed to inherit it along with His human nature from His mother, because the Incarnation itself is the end of the separation." magda 15:57, 1 Feb 2005 (CST)

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