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    STUDIA THEOLOGIA ORTHODOXA - Ediţia nr.1 din 2016  
         
  Articol:   BOOK REVIEW: JOACHIM G. PERSOON, SPIRITUALITY, POWER AND REVOLUTION: CONTEMPORARY MONASTICISM IN COMMUNIST ETHIOPIA / VACLAV JEZEK, OVERVIEW OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH DURING COMMUNISM, VOLOS ACADEMY OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, VOLOS, 2014, 545 P..

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VIEW PDF: BOOK REVIEW: JOACHIM G. PERSOON, SPIRITUALITY, POWER AND REVOLUTION: CONTEMPORARY MONASTICISM IN COMMUNIST ETHIOPIA / VACLAV JEZEK, OVERVIEW OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH DURING COMMUNISM, VOLOS ACADEMY OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, VOLOS, 2014, 545 P.

In a special way, the Volos Theological Academy from Greece published in 2014 a book written by two authors about the relationships between the Orthodox Church and Communism. The first part of it (p. 11-259), signed by the English researcher Joachim G. Persoon, specialised in the history of the Ethiopian Church (he gained his PhD at the School of Oriental and African Studies from the University of London), is in fact the PhD thesis of the first author. The second part of the volume (pp. 260-495), written by the Czech priest Vaclav Jezek, aims to help the reader to become familiar with the situation of the Orthodox Churches from Eastern Europe. After an examination of the history of the Church in this space (starting from the Middle Ages), the author presents the main aspects of the relations between Church and State in countries like Romania (p. 437-442), Yugoslavia (pp. 442-447), Bulgaria (pp. 447-452), Albania (p. 452-455) or Cyprus (p. 455-460). At the end of the book, there is another presentation of a brief history of the Ethiopian Church (pp. 460-464) and the impressions of the first author about the country.
 
         
     
         
         
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