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Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 5, Eastern Christianity (Michael Angold) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2006) 9781107423671
Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 5, Eastern Christianity (Michael Angold) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2006) 9781107423671
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Title: Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 5, Eastern Christianity

Author: Angold, Michael

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Publication Date: 2006

Paperback; ISBN: 9781107423671

Volumes: 1; Pages: 742

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This volume brings together in one compass the Orthodox Churches--the ecumenical patriarchate of Constantinople and the Russian, Armenian, Ethiopian, Egyptian and Syrian Churches. It follows their fortunes from the late Middle Ages until modern times--exactly the period when their history has been most neglected. Inevitably, this emphasises differences in teachings and experience, but it also brings out common threads, most notably the resilience displayed in the face of alien and often hostile political regimes. The central theme is the survival against the odds of Orthodoxy in its many forms into the modern era. The last phase of Byzantium proves to have been surprisingly important in this survival. It provided Orthodoxy with the intellectual, artistic and spiritual reserves to meet later challenges. The continuing vitality of the Orthodox Churches is evident for example in the Sunday School Movement in Egypt and the Zoe brotherhood in Greece.

Contents

Part I. The Ecumenical Patriarchate

1. The Byzantine commonwealth 1000-1500 Jonathan Shepard

2. Byzantium and the West 1204-1453 Michael Angold

3. The culture of lay piety in medieval Byzantium 1054-1453 Sharon E. J. Gerstel and Alice-Mary Talbot

4. The rise of Hesychasm Dirk Krausm ller

5. Art and liturgy in the later Byzantine Empire Nancy Sevcenko

6. Mount Athos and the Ottomans 1350-1550 Elizabeth A. Zachariadou

7. The Great Church in captivity 1453-1586 Elizabeth A. Zachariadou

8. Orthodoxy and the West: Reformation to Enlightenment Paschalis M. Kitromilides

9. Bars'ky and the Orthodox community Alexander Grishin

10. The legacy of the French Revolution: Orthodoxy and Nationalism Paschalis M. Kitromilides

Part II. The Russian Church

11. The Russian church: the first centuries 1000-1400 Stephen Rowell

12. Russian piety and Orthodox culture 1380-1589 Stella Rock

13. Art and liturgy in Russia: Rublev and his successors Lindsey Hughes

14. Eastern Orthodoxy in Russia and Ukraine in the age of counter-Reformation Robert O. Crummey

15. The Russian Orthodox church in Imperial Russia 1721-1917 Simon Dixon

16. Russian piety and culture from Peter the Great to 1917 Chris Chulos

Part III. Eastern Christianities

17. East Christianities (11th-14th centuries): Copts, Melkites, Nestorians and Jacobites Fran oise Micheau

18. The Armenians in the era of the Crusades (1050-1350) S. Peter Cowe

19. Church and Diaspora: the case of the Armenians S. Peter Cowe

20. Church and nation: the Ethiopian Orthodox T wahedo church (from 13th to the 20th century) Donald Crummey

21. Coptic Christianity in modern Egypt Anthony O'Mahony

22. Syriac Christianity in the modern Middle East Anthony O'Mahony

Part IV. The Modern World

23. Diaspora problems of the Russian emigration Sergei Hackel

24. The Orthodox church and Communism Michael Bourdeaux and Alexandru Popescu

25. Modern spirituality and the Orthodox church John Binns.

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