Red Priests Hardback

Renovationism, Russian Orthodoxy, and Revolution, 1905-1946

by Edward E. Roslof;


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Red Priests

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The 1917 revolutions that gave birth to Soviet Russia had a profound impact on Russian religious life. Social and political attitudes toward religion in general and toward the Russian Orthodox Church in particular remained in turmoil for nearly 30 years. During that time of religious uncertainty a movement known as "renovationism," led by reformist Orthodox clergy, pejoratively labeled "red priests," tried to reconcile Christianity with the goals of the Bolshevik state. But Church hierarchy and Bolshevik officials alike feared clergymen who proclaimed themselves to be both Christians and socialists. This innovative study, based on previously untapped archival sources, recounts the history of the red priests, who, acting out of religious conviction in a hostile environment, strove to establish a church that stood for social justice and equality. Red Priests sheds valuable new light on the dynamics of society, politics, and religion in Russia between 1905 and 1946.

Red Priests by Edward E. Roslof was published by Indiana University Press in October 2002. The ISBN for Red Priests is 9780253341280.

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Page last updated 27th August 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherIndiana University Press (October 2002)
Weight567g
Number of Pages288
Thickness25 mm
Height228 mm
Width154 mm
ISBN9780253341280
ISBN-100253341280
Product Code1190965
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