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The Russian Religious Mind, Volume I

Kievan Christianity: The Tenth to the Thirteenth Centuries

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ISBN 9780674333604

Publication Date: 01/01/1946

431 pages

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  • Publisher’s Preface
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • I. Pre-Christian Paganism
  • II. Religious Byzantinism
  • III. The Russian Byantinists
  • IV. Russian Kenoticism
  • V. Ascetic Ideals
  • VI. Russian Eschatology
  • VII. The Ritualism of the Clery
  • VIII. The Religion of the Laity: The Translated Collections
  • IX. The Religion of the Laity: The Russian Admonitions
  • X. The Ancient Chroniclers
  • XI. The Tale of Igor’s Campaign
  • XII. Paganism and Christianity
  • XIII. The Russian Religious Mind
  • Selected Literature
  • Index

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