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It also presents a rare example of fruitful interconfessional cooperation by Protestant and Orthodox Christians. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. He also expands, in interesting and provocative ways, our knowledge of an early effort at ecumenical understanding between Russian Orthodoxy and Protestantism. . Sergius Theological Academy in Paris. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in either field. He unveils the Y's surprising success in a country with a protective official religion, Orthodoxy, and in a virtually closed society after the Bolshevik revolution, as well as depicting the dedication of a number of Americans to the Christian cause in Russia while also exploring the broader Western interaction with the dilemmas of the Russian Orthodox Church through war, revolution, and Communist oppression.

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The American YMCA and Russian culture : the preservation and expansion of Orthodox Christianity, 1900

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Elliott, Asbury University This book makes a notable contribution on a surprisingly controversial subject. Work among Working Russians Chapter V. Beginning with World War I and ending with the ascendance of Martin Luther King Jr. Their work was not only humanitarian, in the aftermath of the war and the revolution but it was also an almost clairvoyant vision of rapprochement between the long divided Eastern and Western churches. Please click button to get history of the y m c a in north america c howard hopkins book now. This is the first comprehensive discussion of an extraordinary period of interaction between American and Russian cultures. These entries, as well as articles on prominent educators, such as Booker T.

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Reading : The American Ymca And Russian Culture Miller Matthew Lee

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Teachers and Priests: The St. This welcome volume documents what may have been the most substantive Protestant-Orthodox collaboration ever. Yet the theories of Christian nonviolence are anything but fixed. Their work was not only humanitarian, in the aftermath of the war and the revolution but it was also an almost clairvoyant vision of rapprochement between the long divided Eastern and Western churches. The example of Jesus, they believed, demonstrated the immorality and futility of such violence under any circumstance and for any cause. Saul Miller's work will ultimately be the vanguard of the continuing unfolding of this story.

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History Of The Y M C A In North America C Howard Hopkins

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Du kan kontakte kundesenteret på e-post eller telefon 22 02 87 01 for hjelp og informasjon. Handler du på vegne av et offentlig bibliotek, en skole eller en bedrift? Light in the Darkness uncovers an important aspect of the struggle for racial advancement and makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the African American experience. Author by : Clarence L. Muste, Richard Gregg, and other radical Christian pacifists on American democratic theory and practice. Sergius Theological Academy in Paris, which became the home for Orthodox intellectuals like Sergei Bulgakov, and St. Sergius Theological Academy 201 20 10 Sustaining an Orthodox Commonwealth 221 14 Epilogue 235 10 Appendix: A Note on Archival Sources 245 4 Bibliography 249 20 Index 269 14 About the Author 283. Here is a vivid and moving portrayal of African Americans struggling to build black-controlled institutions in their search for cultural self-determination.

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American YMCA and Russian Culture: The Preservation and Expansion of Orthodox Christianity, 1900

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Author by : Jeffrey C. This welcome volume documents what may have been the most substantive Protestant-Orthodox collaboration ever. Sergius Theological Academy in Paris, which became the home for Orthodox intellectuals like Sergei Bulgakov, and St. It also deepens our knowledge of the impact of Russian philosophy and Orthodox theology and culture both in Russia and in emigration. In this highly readable narrative, distinguished historian Ronald C. It also deepens our knowledge of the impact of Russian philosophy and Orthodox theology and culture both in Russia and in emigration. Rabattsatsene er avhengige av antall, om det allerede er gitt rabatt på titlene samt hva slags bøker det gjelder.

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The American YMCA and Russian Culture

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Miller assembles an enormous amount of material into a coherent narrative, as each chapter traces the interactions of the Y men with a specific nationality or group during a designated period of activity. Sergius Theological Academy in Paris. Framed by Clarence Mohr's historically rich introductory overview, the essays in this volume comprise a greatly expanded and thoroughly updated survey of the shifting southern education landscape and its development over the span of four centuries. This is the first comprehensive discussion of an extraordinary period of interaction between American and Russian cultures. This is a fascinating and informative work that extends our understanding of an understudied arm of American philanthropy abroad, in a crucial revolutionary context. These dissenters found little hope in the secular ideologies of Wilsonian Progressivism, revolutionary Marxism, and Cold War liberalism, all of which embraced organized killing at one time or another. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the the american ymca and russian culture miller matthew lee gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging.

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The American YMCA and Russian Culture : Matthew Lee Miller : 9780739177563

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This book is essential reading for anyone interested in either field. With over 130 articles, this book covers key topics in education, including academic freedom; the effects of urbanization on segregation, desegregation, and resegregation; African American and women's education; and illiteracy. Vladimir's Theological Seminary in New York. Sergius Theological Academy in Paris. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget.

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The American YMCA and Russian Culture

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The Russian emigration in general has been a long neglected field, but with the renewed interest in Russian religion comes a renewed interest in the emigration, and this trend will only escalate in the foreseeable future. Sergius Theological Academy Chapter X. This is a fascinating and informative work that extends our understanding of an understudied arm of American philanthropy abroad, in a crucial revolutionary context. Vladimir's Theological Seminary in New York. Miller documents this now forgotten work of lovingkindness, one that created much communication and exchange and solidarity among Christians for decades thereafter. Telling the stories of black and white gay communities and individuals, Genny Beemyn shows how race, gender, and class shaped the construction of gay social worlds in a racially segregated city. He also expands, in interesting and provocative ways, our knowledge of an early effort at ecumenical understanding between Russian Orthodoxy and Protestantism.

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American YMCA and Russian Culture: The Preservation and Expansion of Orthodox Christianity, 1900

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Sergius Theological Academy in Paris. From the turn of the twentieth century through the 1980s, Beemyn explores the experiences of gay people in Washington, showing how they created their own communities, fought for their rights, and, in the process, helped to change the country. The message, underlying this very detailed and complex study, is that the relationship between these men of good will on both sides of the East-West divide ultimately provides a model for imitation in the cultural confrontations of religious Russians and Americans in this century, even as it did in the last. The message, underlying this very detailed and complex study, is that the relationship between these men of good will on both sides of the East-West divide ultimately provides a model for imitation in the cultural confrontations of religious Russians and Americans in this century, even as it did in the last. About The Author Matthew Lee Miller is assistant professor of history at Northwestern College.

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