4 edition of Religion in Russian society found in the catalog.
Religion in Russian society
|Statement||edited by F. Joseph Dresen.|
|Series||Occasional paper -- no. 298|
|Contributions||Dresen, F. Joseph., Kennan Institute., Henry M. Jackson Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||BL980.R8 R433 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||2008613331|
Perhaps the most significant religious revolution of modern history was the Bolshevik Revolution, which occurred a century ago this month on Nov. 7, , in Russia. Although generally not regarded as “religious,” that communist political, social and cultural revolution was intimately connected to an equally significant atheistic revolution. Helena Blavatsky, Russian spiritualist, author, and cofounder of the Theosophical Society to promote theosophy, a pantheistic philosophical-religious system. At the age of 17, Helena Hahn married Nikifor V. Blavatsky, a Russian military officer and .
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You can’t retell the book, but it’s about Russia and what’s coming out of it. It’s the chaos of politics and morals and religion at the end of the imperial period, reflected in this mystical Russian national character. It sounds silly to speak of, but there is a certain mystical quality to the Russian soul. The chaos is coming from outside? In the post-Soviet environment of expanded civil freedom with great everyday uncertainty, unhappiness, injustice, and suffering, religious organizations and beliefs in Russia and Eurasia face numerous opportunities and challenges. This volume examines how religious organizations and individuals engage the changing and troubled environment in which they live.
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This book traces the evolution of religious attitudes in an important transitional period in Russian history. The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Russia saw the gradual decline of monastic spirituality, the rise of miracle cults, and ultimately the birth of a more personal and private faith that stressed morality instead of public by: 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.
It shows how Orthodox prelates, clergy and laity have shaped Russians' attitudes towards religious and ideological pluralism, which in turn have influenced the ways in which Russians understand civil society, Cited by: Book Description. Russian Society and the Orthodox Church examines the Russian Orthodox Church's social and political role and its Religion in Russian society book to civil society in post-Communist Russia.
It shows how Orthodox prelates, clergy and laity have shaped Russians' attitudes towards religious and ideological pluralism, which in Religion in Russian society book have influenced the ways in which Russians understand civil society.
Religion in Russia is diverse with Christianity, especially Russian Orthodoxy being the most widely professed faith, but with significant minorities of non-religious people and adherents of other faiths. A law on religion recognises the right to freedom of conscience and creed to all the citizenry, the spiritual contribution of Orthodox Christianity to the history of Russia, and respect.
Russia - Russia - Religion: Although ethnic differences in Russia have long contained a religious element, the position of religious organizations and of their individual adherents has varied with political circumstances.
In the 10th century Prince Vladimir I, who was converted by missionaries from Byzantium, adopted Christianity as the official religion for Russia, and for nearly 1, years. The book discusses how religious organizations, especially the Russian Orthodox Church, operate in international relations, pursuing their own interests and those of the Russian state; explores how religious ideas and culture linked to religion impinge on Russian attitudes and identity, and thereby affect policy; and demonstrates how policy.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Russian society remained strongly hierarchical. Tsarist political structures, religious values, the military and bureaucracy, rules governing land ownership and the legal code all reinforced Russia’s social hierarchy, defining position and status.
This book looks at Eastern and Western monasticism’s continuous and intensive interactions with society in Eastern Europe, Russia and the Former Soviet Republics. It discusses the role monastics played in fostering national identities, as well as the potentiality of monasteries and religious orders.
Religious violence is surely as old as both faith and fighting themselves. In the Russian Federation, as elsewhere in the world, religious teachings and philosophies are used both to justify and combat violence. But what forms does this take, and with what implications for Russian society, Russian policy, and Russia's future.
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Zoe Knox, Russian Society and the Orthodox Church: Religion in Russia after Communism. BASEES/RoutledgeCurzon Series on Russian and East European Studies, London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon, pp.
Reviewed by Scott M. Kenworthy Zoe Knox's Russian Society and the Orthodox Church is the first major English. The book discusses how religious organizations, especially the Russian Orthodox Church, operate in international relations, pursuing their own interests and those of the Russian state; explores how religious ideas and culture linked to religion impinge on Russian attitudes and identity, and thereby affect policy; and demonstrates how policy.
That is certainly true of Soviet atheism, and it is also true of Russian Orthodoxy. Smolkin’s book helps us appreciate that in Russia today, as in the Soviet Union years ago, official state faiths mask a more complicated reality. Gene Zubovich is a visiting fellow at the University of Toronto.
He writes on the history of religion and politics. A Brief History of the Role of Women in Russia until the end of the USSR. As one observer states, “[f]eminism and women’s movements in Russia have been conditioned by the historically specific circumstances which influenced Russian society in every sphere.” Indeed, the concept of womanhood in Russia has evolved considerably over time.
Christianity in Russia is the most widely professed religion in the country, with nearly 71% of the population identifying as Orthodox Christian according to World Atlas. The largest tradition is the Russian Orthodox ing to official sources, there are 68 eparchies of the Russian Orthodox Church. There are fromto one million Old Believers, who represents an older form of.
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The book reveals a paradox: Even while Russia has become much more Orthodox, as Ekaterina Schulmann poignantly observed in a recent lecture, it is a largely urbanized, secular, and highly educated society. Russian Orthodoxy therefore appears less a religion and more a secular construct of conservative values and traditional ideals, installed by.
Religious Books for Russia has always tried to respond to the changes in Russian society. In the Soviet era, RBR smuggled Bibles and prayer books into the officially atheist state. After the fall of communism, it became possible for us to distribute legally to priests, parishes and seminaries books by such leading Russian emigre theologians and.
This is the level, Daniel shows, at which the reconstruction of Russia and the revitalization of Russian society is taking place." "This book is written for general readers interested in the intersection between politics, religion, and society, as well as for scholars.
Great deals on Paperback Religion & Beliefs Books in Russian. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items!. In this book, Bushkovitch traces the evolution of religious attitudes in an important transitional period in Russian history, the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
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