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The Resource Churches in the Ukrainian crisis, edited by Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer

Churches in the Ukrainian crisis, edited by Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer

Label
Churches in the Ukrainian crisis
Title
Churches in the Ukrainian crisis
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
322.1
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1957-
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  • Krawchuk, Andrii,
  • Bremer, Thomas
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  • Religion and politics
  • Ukraine
  • Ukraine
  • Ukraine
Label
Churches in the Ukrainian crisis, edited by Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Works Cited; Part I: Historical Background; Chapter 1: Religion in Ukraine: Historical Background and the Present Situation; Historical Background2; The Greek Catholic Church in the Transition Period; Splits Within the Orthodox Church; Other Christian Churches in Ukraine; The Political Factor; Conclusion; Chapter 2: Ukrainian Greek Catholics, Past and Present; Who Are the Ukrainian Greek Catholics?; The Trials of the Twentieth Century; Caught in the Crossfire: Challenge or Opportunity?; The Greek Catholic Intellectual Renaissance
  • Greek Catholics and the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity"Being Greek Catholic:" Towards a New Vision; Part II: Orthodox Autocephaly in Ukraine; Chapter 3: Autocephaly in Ukraine: The Canonical Dimension; Autocephaly, Autonomy, and Diptychs; Recent Polemics between Constantinople and Moscow over Primacy and Autocephaly; The Procedure for Granting Autocephaly up to the Twentieth Century; Stage 1: Regional Autocephalous Churches Headed by Metropolitans; Stage 2: Dioceses and Exarchates; Stage 3: The Pentarchy Established by the Council of Chalcedon (451)
  • Stage 4: National Autocephalous Churches in Bulgaria, Serbia, Georgia, and RussiaStage 5: The Patriarchate of Constantinople under Ottoman Rule; Stage 6: National, de facto Autocephalous, Orthodox Churches in the Habsburg Empire; Stage 7: National Autocephalous Churches of South-Eastern Europe; Developments in the Period 1918-1990; Developments Since 1990: The Continuing Dilemma over the Right to Grant Autocephaly; Egilogue. The Historical Background and the Canonical-Juridical Dilemmas of the Ukrainian Case; Chapter 4: Orthodox Autocephaly in Ukraine: The Historical Dimension; Kyivan Rus'
  • The Union of Florence and the Metropolitanate of MoscowThe Union of Brest; The Seventeenth Century: Religious Revival and the Subordination of Kyiv to Moscow; The Autocephalous Movement up to 1920; Conclusion; Part III: Orthodox Identity in Ukraine; Chapter 5: Shaping Ukrainian Identity: The Churches in the Socio-Political Crisis; Chapter 6: The Role of the Church in the Ukrainian Crisis: The Experience of One Parish; Part IV: Interpreting the Nature and the Causes of the War; Chapter 7: The Russian Orthodox Church and the Crisis in Ukraine; Sociopolitical Contextualization
  • UOC-MP and UOC-KP: DispositionAutocephalists versus the Pro-MP Group; The Ideological Conceptualization of the Ukrainian Crisis; Holy Rus' and Ukraine; Enter Euromaidan and Crimea; A War Against Russia or Against Christianity?; Ortho-Bloggers' Perceptions of Ukraine; The Ukrainian Crisis as a Religious War; The Monstrous Double; Possession; Conclusions; Chapter 8: Interpreting the "Russian World"; Part V: Paths to Unity, Co-operation, and Peace; Chapter 9: Redefining Orthodox Identity in Ukraine after the Euromaidan; Integration with Europe and its Values
Control code
ocn971891152
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319341446
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)971891152
Label
Churches in the Ukrainian crisis, edited by Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Works Cited; Part I: Historical Background; Chapter 1: Religion in Ukraine: Historical Background and the Present Situation; Historical Background2; The Greek Catholic Church in the Transition Period; Splits Within the Orthodox Church; Other Christian Churches in Ukraine; The Political Factor; Conclusion; Chapter 2: Ukrainian Greek Catholics, Past and Present; Who Are the Ukrainian Greek Catholics?; The Trials of the Twentieth Century; Caught in the Crossfire: Challenge or Opportunity?; The Greek Catholic Intellectual Renaissance
  • Greek Catholics and the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity"Being Greek Catholic:" Towards a New Vision; Part II: Orthodox Autocephaly in Ukraine; Chapter 3: Autocephaly in Ukraine: The Canonical Dimension; Autocephaly, Autonomy, and Diptychs; Recent Polemics between Constantinople and Moscow over Primacy and Autocephaly; The Procedure for Granting Autocephaly up to the Twentieth Century; Stage 1: Regional Autocephalous Churches Headed by Metropolitans; Stage 2: Dioceses and Exarchates; Stage 3: The Pentarchy Established by the Council of Chalcedon (451)
  • Stage 4: National Autocephalous Churches in Bulgaria, Serbia, Georgia, and RussiaStage 5: The Patriarchate of Constantinople under Ottoman Rule; Stage 6: National, de facto Autocephalous, Orthodox Churches in the Habsburg Empire; Stage 7: National Autocephalous Churches of South-Eastern Europe; Developments in the Period 1918-1990; Developments Since 1990: The Continuing Dilemma over the Right to Grant Autocephaly; Egilogue. The Historical Background and the Canonical-Juridical Dilemmas of the Ukrainian Case; Chapter 4: Orthodox Autocephaly in Ukraine: The Historical Dimension; Kyivan Rus'
  • The Union of Florence and the Metropolitanate of MoscowThe Union of Brest; The Seventeenth Century: Religious Revival and the Subordination of Kyiv to Moscow; The Autocephalous Movement up to 1920; Conclusion; Part III: Orthodox Identity in Ukraine; Chapter 5: Shaping Ukrainian Identity: The Churches in the Socio-Political Crisis; Chapter 6: The Role of the Church in the Ukrainian Crisis: The Experience of One Parish; Part IV: Interpreting the Nature and the Causes of the War; Chapter 7: The Russian Orthodox Church and the Crisis in Ukraine; Sociopolitical Contextualization
  • UOC-MP and UOC-KP: DispositionAutocephalists versus the Pro-MP Group; The Ideological Conceptualization of the Ukrainian Crisis; Holy Rus' and Ukraine; Enter Euromaidan and Crimea; A War Against Russia or Against Christianity?; Ortho-Bloggers' Perceptions of Ukraine; The Ukrainian Crisis as a Religious War; The Monstrous Double; Possession; Conclusions; Chapter 8: Interpreting the "Russian World"; Part V: Paths to Unity, Co-operation, and Peace; Chapter 9: Redefining Orthodox Identity in Ukraine after the Euromaidan; Integration with Europe and its Values
Control code
ocn971891152
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319341446
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)971891152

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