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Cover: Lev Krevza’s <i>A Defense of Church Unity</i> (1617) and Zaxarija Kopystens’kyj’s <i>Palinodia</i> or <i>Book of Defense of the Holy Apostolic Eastern Catholic Church and Holy Patriarchs</i> (1620–1623), Parts 1 and 2 in HARDCOVER

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Lev Krevza’s A Defense of Church Unity (1617) and Zaxarija Kopystens’kyj’s Palinodia or Book of Defense of the Holy Apostolic Eastern Catholic Church and Holy Patriarchs (1620–1623), Parts 1 and 2

Edited and translated by Bohdan Struminsky

Edited by Dana R. Miller

William R. Veder

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HARDCOVER

$60.90 • £48.95 • €55.00

ISBN 9780916458294

Publication Date: 01/28/1996

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Lev Krevza’s A Defense of Church Unity (1617), on the Uniate side, and Zaxarija Kopystens’kyj’s Palinodia (1621), a monumental defense of the Eastern Church, are arguably the most erudite, comprehensive, and persuasive works on the ecclesiastical debate between these two groups. This two-volume work illuminates the intense struggle ignited when, at the time of the Union of Brest (1596), a large part of the Ruthenian ecclesiastical hierarchy declared itself in communion with the Roman Catholic Church. Bohdan Struminski provides English translations from the original Ruthenian and Middle Polish texts.

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