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Russian church and the Soviet state 1917-1950
J. S. Curtiss
by Peter Smith
Written in English
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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 isolation from the rest of the world and the consequent separation of Russian emigrés from the church were disastrous for the church, which declined very significantly in the s and s. Saint Tikhon, Russian Svyatoy Tikhon, original name Vasily Ivanovich Belavin, (born Dec. 19 [Dec. 31, New Style], , Toropets, near Pskov, Russia—died April 7, , Moscow; canonized Oct. 9, ), patriarch of the Russian Orthodox church following the Bolshevik Revolution of At first sharply resisting the new Soviet state’s antiecclesiastical legislation, he refused to cooperate.
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-- Essays in Russian and Soviet history, in honor of Geroid Tanquary Robinson, Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion. Church-state relations during the Soviet period were much more complex and changeable than is generally assumed.
From the German invasion of the Soviet Union in until the 21st Party Congress inthe Communist regime's attitude toward the Russian Orthodox Church zigzagged from indifference and opportunism to hostility and repression.
The Soviet Union was established by the Bolsheviks inin place of the Russian the time of the Revolution, the Russian Orthodox Church was deeply integrated into the autocratic state, enjoying official was a significant factor that contributed to the Bolshevik attitude to religion and the steps they took to control it.
Church-state relations during the Soviet period were much more complex and changeable than is genraly assumed. From the German invasion of the Soviet Union in until the 21st Party Congress inthe Communist regime's attitude toward the Russian Orthodox Church zigzagged from indifference and opportunism to hostility and repression.
Buy Church and state in Russia; the last years of the empire, by John Shelton Curtiss online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. BOOK REVIEWS chapter devoted to the pre-revolutionary aspects of the Russian Church in his slender volume, Religion in Russia.
Curtiss' book on The Russian Church and the Soviet State,Matthew Spinka's nu merous works on the subject, as. The state also sponsored initiatives to infiltrate and control the Orthodox Church that met with some success.
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The first attempts to translate the books of the Bible into the contemporary Russian language as an alternative to the older Church Slavonic, by that time used primarily in liturgical settings among Eastern Slavs, took place in the 16th and 17th the mentioned works (by the deacon of Posolsky Prikaz Avraamiy Firsov, pastorarchbishop Methodiy (Smirnov)) were lost during.
An able, scholarly study of Soviet policy toward the Orthodox Church since a shifting policy demonstrating a willingness to accommodate for reasons of state together with a. Soviet tactics.
The tactics varied over the years and they became more moderate or harsher at different times. Some common tactics included confiscating church property, ridiculing religion, harassing believers, and propagating atheism in the schools. Actions against particular religions, however, were determined by State interests, and most organized religions were never outlawed.
page 51 note 1 For the following see: Shelton Curtis, John, The Russian Church and the Soviet State, – (New York ); Rössler, Roman, ‘Entwicklung der sowjetischen Kirchenpolitik’ in the miscellany, Das Sowjetsystem in der heutigen Welt, Schriften des Auslands- und Dolmetscherinstituts der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.Church and state in Russia () Essays in Russian and Soviet history () Russian Army under Nicholas I, () Russian church and the Soviet state () Peasant in nineteenth-century Russia, edited by Wayne S.
Vucinich, Contributors: John S. Curtiss [and others] () Russia's Crimean War () Russian revolutions of.CHRISTIANITY entered Russia from Byzantium.
In the yearPrince Vladimir was baptized in the River Dnieper, with all the inhabitants of Kiev, and the pagan statues were destroyed. Thus was born the Russian Orthodox Church, and thus Byzantine theology, liturgical forms and church-state relationships were established as basic characteristics of popular religion in Russia.