UDC 262.2

ORTHODOX PARISH: SELF-BELIEVERS AND THE STATE CONTROL OVER RELIGIOUS LIFE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE XVIII-EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

Pulkin Maxim Viktorovich
Institute of linguistic history and literature of Karelian Research Centre

Abstract
In the article considered the problems of the functioning of the most sustainable community of believers – Orthodox parish. It is revealed that the main trend in the development of the parishes was a gradual folding of autonomy faith communities. This was accompanied by significant changes in the terms of reference of the clergy.

Category: History

Article reference:
Orthodox Parish: self-believers and the state control over religious life in the middle of the XVIII-early twentieth century // Humanities scientific researches. 2013. № 7 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2013/07/3564

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