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Signatur: 2017 A 4760   QR-Code
Standort: Hauptbibliothek Altstadt / Freihandbereich Monograph  3D-Plan
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Verfasser:Burgess, John P. [VerfasserIn]   i
Titel:Holy Rus'
Titelzusatz:the rebirth of orthodoxy in the new Russia
Verf.angabe:John P. Burgess
Verlagsort:New Haven ; London
Verlag:Yale University Press
E-Jahr:2017
Jahr:[2017]
Umfang:xii, 264 Seiten
Illustrationen:Illustrationen
ISBN:978-0-300-22224-1
Abstract:A fascinating, vivid, and on-the-ground account of Russian Orthodoxy's resurgence. A bold experiment is taking place in Russia. After a century of being scarred by militant, atheistic communism, the Orthodox Church has become Russia's largest and most significant nongovernmental organization. As it has returned to life, it has pursued a vision of reclaiming Holy Rus': that historical yet mythical homeland of the eastern Slavic peoples; a foretaste of the perfect justice, peace, harmony, and beauty for which religious believers long; and the glimpse of heaven on earth that persuaded Prince Vladimir to accept Orthodox baptism in Crimea in A.D. 988. Through groundbreaking initiatives in religious education, social ministry, historical commemoration, and parish life, the Orthodox Church is seeking to shape a new, post-communist national identity for Russia. In this eye-opening and evocative book, John Burgess examines Russian Orthodoxy's resurgence from a grassroots level, providing Western readers with an enlightening, inside look at the new Russia
 Envisioning Holy Rus' -- The rebirth of Orthodoxy -- Religious education -- Social ministry -- The New martyrs -- Parish life -- The future
URL:Klappentext: http://swbplus.bsz-bw.de/bsz878794956kla.htm
Schlagwörter:(k)Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche   i / (z)Geschichte 1991-2016   i
Sprache:eng
RVK-Notation:KK 1025   i
K10plus-PPN:878794956
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