ORTHODOX CHURCH AND GREEK INDEPENDENCE 1821-1852

ORTHODOX CHURCH AND GREEK INDEPENDENCE 1821-1852

ORTHODOX CHURCH AND GREEK INDEPENDENCE 1821-1852


Συγγραφέας: Charles A. Frazee

ISBN: 978-960-353-127-2
Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
Εκδοτικός οίκος: ΔΟΜΟΣ
Διαστάσεις: 14X21
Αριθμός σελίδων: 272
Κωδικός : 01-353-127

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Most of the spiritual shepherds of the Orthodox Greek people found themselves fighting, together with lay people, in the struggle for the Independence of the nation. And many of them were protagonists in the critical military and political moments of the Struggle. But the political spirit of Europe, which prevailed after Independence, found the state differentiated from the Church, which was not perceived as the whole of the believing people, but as a spiritual institution that has a duty to serve the religious needs of the people. The result of this perception was the state's attempt to subjugate the ecclesiastical organization and administration, an attempt that ended in the coup d'etat declaration of the autocephaly of the Hellenic Church and its submission to the state administration. At the same time, however, it created a schism within the Orthodox Church, a schism that lasted until 1852, when the Patriarchate of Constantinople was forced to recognize the autocephaly. The author of the book Charles Frazee (Charles Frazee) examines with the cold eye of the researcher this very history of the relations of the Church with the emerging Greek state, during the period from 1821 to 1852, as well as the role it played in their development of the relations and diplomacy of the three foreign powers (England, France and Russia) using known and unknown archival sources.

TRANSLATION: IOSIF ROILIDES

CONTENTS

1. THE PATRIARCHY AND THE CHURCH UNDER THE OTTOMANS

2. THE REFUSAL OF THE REVOLUTION

3. THE YEAR OF THE REVOLUTION - 1821

4. THE CHURCH AND THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1822 - 1827

5. THE GREEK CHURCH UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF KAPODISTRIA

6. THE ANTI-KINGDOM OF OTHONAS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTOKEFAL CHURCH OF GREECE

7. THE GREEK CHURCH UNDER THE INDEPENDENT SYNOD, 1835 - 1850

8. THE SYNODICAL VOLUME AND ITS RECEPTION IN GREECE

CONCLUSIONS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

TABLE OF NAMES

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