history of the Church of Russia.

by AndreЗђ NД«kolaevД«ch Murav"ev

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StatementBy A.N. Mouravieff ... Tr. by the Rev. R.W. Blackmore ...
ContributionsBlackmore, Richard White, 1791?-1882, tr.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Overview This volume presents a thorough, scholarly history of the Orthodox Church in Russia, starting with the introduction of Christianity to Russia inand leading all the way up to the Most Holy Synod of In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality.

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