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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The author presents a history of the Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents showing the history of their roles in the spiritual and political lives of Russia from the abortive reforms of 1905 throught the Stalinist purges of the 1930s. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: In Keeping the Faith, Jennifer Jean Wynot presents a clear and concise history of the trials and evolution of Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents and the important roles they have played in Russian culture, in both in the spiritual and political realms, from the abortive reforms of 1905 to the Stalinist purges of the 1930s. She shows how, throughout the Soviet period, Orthodox monks and nuns continued to provide spiritual strength to the people, in spite of severe persecution, and despite the ambivalent relationship the Russian state has had to the Russian church since the reign of Ivan the Terrible.

Focusing her study on two provinces, Smolensk and Moscow, Wynot describes the Soviet oppression and the clandestine struggles of the monks and nuns to uphold the traditions of monasticism and Orthodoxy. Their success against heavy odds enabled them to provide a counterculture to the Soviet regime. Indeed, of all the pre-1917 institutions, the Orthodox Church proved the most resilient. Why and how it managed to persevere despite the enormous hostility against it is a topic that continues to fascinate both the general public and historians.

Based on previously unavailable Russian archival sources as well as written memoirs and interviews with surviving monks and nuns, Wynot analyzes the monasteries’ adaptation to the Bolshevik regime and she challenges standard Western assumptions that Communism effectively killed the Orthodox Church in Russia. She shows that in fact, the role of monks and nuns in Orthodox monasteries and convents is crucial, and they are largely responsible for the continuation of Orthodoxy in Russia following the Bolshevik revolution.

Keeping the Faith offers a wealth of new information and a new perspective that will be of interest not only to students of Russian history and communism, but also to scholars interested in church-state relations.

About the Author: Jennifer Jean Wynot, who holds a Ph.D. in history from Emory University, has done archival research in Russia and has written several articles on monasticism and the Orthodox Church. She is currently teaching at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

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Descrizione libro Texas A&M University Press April 2004, 2004. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Early on, historian Jennifer Jean Wynot takes her stand: Russian monasticism and the Russian Orthodox Church as a whole, survived and preserved the integrity of the Orthodox faith By means of adaptation rather than accommodation during one of the most violent and arduous eras of Russian history. Her position directly contradicts that of the ''Catacomb Church'' and its emigre counterpart, the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR), who still consider the Russian Patriarchal Church to be a traitor to the faith. Using previously unavailable Russian archives, Wynot organizes her research around historical periods of the Soviet regime. She first offers background material illustrating the position of the monasteries prior to the 1917 Revolution then considers the effects made by the Revolution and Civil War, the period of New Economic Policy, Stalin's collectivization effort, the resulting Russian Orthodox schism of 1927, and the purges of monasteries leading up to World War II. Let it be known that Wynot's study is not devotional or particularly polemic. Though her view will be deemed controversial by some, she primarily fills an historical gap concerning the monasteries' important role in the Russian story during this period. With the dissolution of most of the monasteries shortly before and then after WWII, Russian monasticism went underground but did not pass away. Ms. Wynot does well to remind us that the religious life does not depend on whether or not one lives in a monastery, but rather how one allows his life to be transformed by the tenets of the monastic rule. Codice libro della libreria 131945

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Descrizione libro Texas A & M University Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Keeping the Faith: Russian Orthodox Monasticism in the Soviet Union, 1917-1939, Jennifer Jean Wynot, In Keeping the Faith, Jennifer Jean Wynot presents a clear and concise history of the trials and evolution of Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents and the important roles they have played in Russian culture, both spiritually and politically, from the abortive reforms of 1905 to the Stallnist purges of the 1930s. She shows how, throughout the Soviet period, Orthodox monks and nuns continued to provide spiritual strength to the people, in spite of severe persecution, and despite the ambivalent relationship the Russian state has had toward the Russian church since the reign of Ivan the Terrible. Focusing her study on two provinces, Smolensk and Moscow, Wynot describes the Soviet oppression and the clandestine struggles of the monks and nuns to uphold the traditions of monasticism and Orthodoxy. Their success against heavy odds enabled them to provide a counterculture to the Soviet regime. Indeed, of all the pre-1917 institutions, the Orthodox Church proved the most resilient. Based on previously unavailable Russian archival sources as well as written memoirs and interviews with surviving monks and nuns, Wynot analyzes the monasteries' adaptation to the Bolshevik regime. She challenges standard Western assumptions that Communism effectively killed the Orthodox Church in Russia. She shows that in fact, the role of monks and nuns in Orthodox monasteries and convents is crucial, and that they are largely responsible for the continuation of Orthodoxy in Russia following the Bolshevik revolution. Codice libro della libreria B9781585443321

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Descrizione libro Texas A M University Press, United States, 2004. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. In Keeping the Faith, Jennifer Jean Wynot presents a clear and concise history of the trials and evolution of Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents and the important roles they have played in Russian culture, both spiritually and politically, from the abortive reforms of 1905 to the Stallnist purges of the 1930s. She shows how, throughout the Soviet period, Orthodox monks and nuns continued to provide spiritual strength to the people, in spite of severe persecution, and despite the ambivalent relationship the Russian state has had toward the Russian church since the reign of Ivan the Terrible. Focusing her study on two provinces, Smolensk and Moscow, Wynot describes the Soviet oppression and the clandestine struggles of the monks and nuns to uphold the traditions of monasticism and Orthodoxy. Their success against heavy odds enabled them to provide a counterculture to the Soviet regime. Indeed, of all the pre-1917 institutions, the Orthodox Church proved the most resilient. Based on previously unavailable Russian archival sources as well as written memoirs and interviews with surviving monks and nuns, Wynot analyzes the monasteries adaptation to the Bolshevik regime.She challenges standard Western assumptions that Communism effectively killed the Orthodox Church in Russia. She shows that in fact, the role of monks and nuns in Orthodox monasteries and convents is crucial, and that they are largely responsible for the continuation of Orthodoxy in Russia following the Bolshevik revolution. Codice libro della libreria AAN9781585443321

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Descrizione libro Texas A M University Press, United States, 2004. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. In Keeping the Faith, Jennifer Jean Wynot presents a clear and concise history of the trials and evolution of Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents and the important roles they have played in Russian culture, both spiritually and politically, from the abortive reforms of 1905 to the Stallnist purges of the 1930s. She shows how, throughout the Soviet period, Orthodox monks and nuns continued to provide spiritual strength to the people, in spite of severe persecution, and despite the ambivalent relationship the Russian state has had toward the Russian church since the reign of Ivan the Terrible. Focusing her study on two provinces, Smolensk and Moscow, Wynot describes the Soviet oppression and the clandestine struggles of the monks and nuns to uphold the traditions of monasticism and Orthodoxy. Their success against heavy odds enabled them to provide a counterculture to the Soviet regime. Indeed, of all the pre-1917 institutions, the Orthodox Church proved the most resilient. Based on previously unavailable Russian archival sources as well as written memoirs and interviews with surviving monks and nuns, Wynot analyzes the monasteries adaptation to the Bolshevik regime.She challenges standard Western assumptions that Communism effectively killed the Orthodox Church in Russia. She shows that in fact, the role of monks and nuns in Orthodox monasteries and convents is crucial, and that they are largely responsible for the continuation of Orthodoxy in Russia following the Bolshevik revolution. Codice libro della libreria AAN9781585443321

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