Nicolai Petro: the Russian Orthodox Church
A 2011 IPSOS survey of twenty three European countries, claims that Russia is the most religious country in Europe. At the same time that Western European and American societies are secularizing, Russia, along with much of the former Soviet Union, is undergoing a resurgence of traditional organized religion. Obviously, this affects all aspects of public life, including my particular interest in this section--politics.
Comments prior to 2007 are available at my web site archive: www.npetro.net/4.html.
|1||Article||08/22/2012||Some Orthodox Reflections on the (P)ussy (R)iot Case (View How Many People Read This) 6|
|2||Article||01/23/2011||Twice Lost in Translation (View How Many People Read This) 1|
|3||Article||04/23/2012||The Orthodox Church and the Struggle for Russia's Soul (View How Many People Read This)|
|4||Article||04/25/2010||Russo-Polish Relations: From Tragedy to Forgiveness (View How Many People Read This) 2|
|5||Article||11/25/2007||An Orthodox balm for Europe: Orthodox Christians can help rebuild East-West ties. (View How Many People Read This)|
|6||Article||09/17/2007||Russia at the crossroads (View How Many People Read This) 3|