The Orthodox church in Russia

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Thames and Hudson , London
Russkaya pravoslavnaya tserkov"., Orthodox Eastern Ch
Statementtexts by Archbishop Pitirim of Volokolamsk ... (et al.) ; edited by Archbishop Pitirim of Volokolamsk ; photographs by Fred Mayer ; (translated from the Russian by Michael M. Wolyniec).
ContributionsPitirim, Archbishop of Volokolamsk., Mayer, Fred.
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LC ClassificationsBX510
The Physical Object
Pagination254p. :
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Open LibraryOL15057066M
ISBN 100500012946

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The Orthodox Church, which had possessed enormous property and power in medieval Russia, underwent profound change The Orthodox church in Russia book Imperial Russia. Although the medieval Russian Church had constructed an administration to exercise its broad spiritual and temporal authority, it exhibited the same organisational backwardness as did the secular regime.

This book provides a panoramic view of one of the largest, most controversial, spiritually profound and deeply suffering of all Christian Churches. The Russian Orthodox inherited their apostolic faith from the Greek Fathers, a faith which grew and flourishes to this day.

This book is replete with events, personalities and tragedies of unprecedented scale.5/5(1). Wallace Daniel's The Orthodox Church and Civil Society in Russia is one of a growing number of studies of Russian Orthodoxy during the first post-Soviet decade.

The book's aim is to look beyond the pronouncements and actions of the Moscow Patriarchate to grass-roots activities in order to understand the ways in which the Orthodox Church is.

Under pressure of revolutionary upheaval, the system of Russian ecclesiastical government established by Peter I in was swiftly dismantled in On 5 August the Provisional Government abolished the holy synod. Ten days later, an all-Russian church council gathered in Moscow in the hope of securing strong leadership in troubled by: 3.

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This book challenges those who would interpret the Russian Orthodox Church as a static, monolithic institution inclined to support anti-democratic tendencies, and this is. Book Description. Russian Society and the Orthodox Church examines the Russian Orthodox Church's social and political role and its relationship to civil society in post-Communist Russia.

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Many Russian churchmen consistently complained against the submission of the church to the state, but there was little they could do except to lay plans for future reforms. Such was the general situation inwhen Papkova published her book on the Orthodox Church and Russian politics.

However, Papkova explained that the Church-state relationship had changed significantly over the past several years, with the election of president Dmitry Medvedev and the enthronement of Patriarch Kirill I. This book tells the remarkable story of the decline and revival of the Russian Orthodox Church in the first half of the twentieth century and the astonishing U-turn in the attitude of the Soviet Union’s leaders towards the church.

In the years after the Bolsheviks’ anti-religious policies, the loss of the former western territories of the Russian Empire, and the Soviet Union’s.

The book ends with a detailed survey of the post-Communist era and the critical role, position, status and policies of the Orthodox Church in that brief and telling period.

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The author has written for both the educated and the inquisitive. Those interested in theology, Russian studies, and the history of culture will profit from this book/5(7). Patriarch Kirill, in the white headdress, leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, at a procession in Moscow last month. Experts say his reluctance to enforce orders against church gatherings has.

At the same time, the Russian Church had persistent troubles. Sincethe Church had had no elected Patriarch (the highest-ranking bishop in the Orthodox Church. Orthodox Books. has an Orthodox Christian bookstore section, with a large selection of Orthodox and Byzantine books in many categories.

One will find many Orthodox Church books on the Orthodox Christian Faith - Christian Theology, Prayer, Spirituality, Church Fathers, Church History and Modern Issues.The book House Without a Roof (), by Maurice Hindus, observes: “In Czarist days the peasantry made up over 80 per cent of the population, but the Church never strove to shake the muzhik [Russian peasant] out of superstitions that had come down from pagan times.

The clergy was apathetic to the witches, sorcerers, magicians, incantation.The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) is the state religion of Russia. During the lifetime of the USSR, the Church was not free to issue statements on human sexuality and other social matters. There seems to be little material available on the church's attitude toward homosexual orientation and behavior.