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The spiritual regulation of Peter the Great

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia.,
  • Russia
    • Subjects:
    • Ecclesiastical law -- Russia,
    • Church and state -- Russia -- History -- 18th century -- Sources,
    • Law -- Russia -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranslated and edited by Alexander V. Muller.
      SeriesPublications on Russia and Eastern Europe of the Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Studies ;, no. 3
      ContributionsMuller, Alexander V., Feofan, Abp. of Novgorod, 1681-1736., Russia. Sovereign (1682-1725 : Peter I)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxviii, 150 p. ;
      Number of Pages150
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5285709M
      ISBN 100295952377
      LC Control Number72004590

      Part 1. Peter the Great looks at the world. The journal of Peter the Great -- Petrine decrees -- Peter and his family -- Peter and his correspondents -- Part 2. The official view -- The view from inside the empire -- The view from Europe -- Part 3.   Peter of Morrone () was a hermit from central Italy, whose holy and solitary lifestyle attracted crowds of devotees. He is also the founder of the Celestine Order, an offshoot of Benedictine monasticism, and briefly reigned as Christendom’s pope, under the name Celestine V. He was.

      Peter used the Synod to find and punish dissident Russians. An addition in to the Ecclesiastic Regulation, which replaced the patriarch as the church head, required clerics to report any seditious confessions. Before the creation of the Most Holy Synod, Peter concerned himself with improvements in the church. 4. this word is repeated often in 1 Peter 5. probable time when 2 Peter was written 6. found sixteen times in various forms in 2 Peter 7. its theme is consolation in the midst of suffering 8. reason for writing Peter's second Epistle 9. reason for sending Peter's first Epistle theme is true spiritual knowledge as an antidote for false teaching.

      The Passion of Peter. There's a lot we can learn from the life and ministry of The Apostle Peter. His passion for The Gospel was sometimes overshadowed by the shortcomings of his nature. 1 PETER WRITER: Simon Peter (1 Peter ). Peter has been called the ignorant fisherman, but no man who had spent three years in the school of Jesus could be called ignorant, and the epistles of Peter confirm this. A great change is seen in the life of Peter from these epistles. He had been impetuous, but now he is patient. The transforming.


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In Eastern Orthodoxy: The reforms of Peter the Great (reigned –). Peter also issued a lengthy Spiritual Regulation (Dukhovny Reglament) that served as bylaws for all religious activities in Russia. Weakened by the schism of the Old Believers, the church found no spokesman to defend its rights and passively accepted the reforms.

The Spiritual Regulation of Peter the Great (Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe of the Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Studies) [Russia Laws, Statutes, Etc., ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Spiritual Regulation of Peter the Great (Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe of the Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Format: Hardcover.

Introduction --The Manifesto of 25 January --The Oath of the Members of the Spiritual College --The Regulation or Statute of the Spiritual College --Supplement to the Spiritual Regulation --Notes --Bibliography --Index. Series Title: Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe of the Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Studies, no.

The Dukhhovny Reglament (“Spiritual/Church Regulation”) was the basic law governing the Russian Orthodox Church from to After the death of Adrian, the patriarch of Moscow, inPeter the Great decided to abolish the patriarchate and replace it with a council.

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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Gradually, Peter came to favor another professor from the Kiev's Academy, Theofan Prokopovich, whose Spiritual Regulation supported the concept of a Russian national church under the authority of the Tsar as the "supreme bishop", and argued that an ecclesiastical council would be more appropriate to govern the church than a single patriarch.

Christ-followers must lead holy and godly lives. Peter often mentions Jesus’ second coming, even devoting a whole section to the “Day of the Lord” in 2nd Peter, chapter 3.

The Second Book of Esdras as well as the Gospel of Thomas both speak somewhat negatively about the concept of the "24 Prophets." The truth is that if we were to go by what is written rather than what men have said, we would have had a great many more Scriptures to.

“Peter the Great” is one of the best-written history books I’ve encountered. Despite the title, this is not a biography — it is an incredible narrative history of the times of Peter the Great.

I found this to be not only an outstanding book about Russian history but also an excellent book about Western history in the 17th and 18th /5(). Peter the Great's religion was Russian Orthodox. This religion blends its orthodox heritage and the culture of its native land.

The Russian Orthodox Church follows the same teachings as Orthodox theology with its most important part being the belief in the holy trinity: that God is composed of three distinct beings which are the Father, Son.

Peter will have a great deal to say about the suffering of Christ. The suffering of Christ has been dealt with by the writer of the Hebrew epistle and by James in his epistle. Also the prophets certainly mentioned it. However, Peter will handle the subject a little differently.

Peter speaks out of a rich experience. Along with R.C. Sproul's the "Holiness of God," and Peter Kreeft's ("Heaven: The Heart's Deepest Longing") and Randy Alcorn's books on Heaven - this book has radically changed my thinking and behavior - and has helped me repent of, and deal with sin in my life in a way that few books have helped me to s: The book of 1 Peter was written during a great persecution happening to the church, because Peter mentions the "fiery trial" which the Christians were suffering under.

Most likely it was the persecution under the Emperor Nero in 64 AD where Peter Himself was martyred. Most likely the book of 1 Peter was written in 63 AD just before his death. Peter I - Peter I - The central government: In the course of Peter’s reign, medieval and obsolescent forms of government gave place to effective autocracy.

In he abolished the boyarskaya duma, or boyar council, and established by decree the Senate as the supreme organ of state—to coordinate the action of the various central and local organs, to supervise the. This morning, again, we come to the tenth chapter of Matthew.

I would draw your attention to that chapter, Matthew chapter We have the happy, happy. PETER’S SPIRITUAL JOURNEY” by Dr. Ekstrand Printable pdf Version of this study. Everything that exists was created by God, and man was made in God’s image in order to glorify Himself — as Paul declared, “All things were made by Him and for Him” (Col ; Rom ); that is the reason for human existence.

Therefore it should not seem strange that God is. Peter the Great Documentary. A biographical documentary on the life of Peter the Great, from his upbringing during the Moscow uprising, to him becoming Tsar. 1 Peter Hope vested in the sacrifice of Christ and His present position of glory and power.

1 Peter – Obligations to change and grow in Christian conduct. 1 PeterChrist the spiritual Head of the Church. 1 Peter Specific instructions for Christian spiritual growth. 1 Peter Duties of husbands and.

The author was the Apostle Peter, whose name before he became a disciple, was Simon. He was born in Bethsaida and lived in Capernaum where he followed the occupation of fishing. He was brought to Jesus by Andrew, his brother, and became one of the leaders of the Apostles, both before and after Christ's death.Peter the Great.

AKA Pyotr Alekseevich Romanov. Tsar of Russia, Birthplace: Moscow, Russia Location of death: St. Petersburg, Russia Cause of death: Pneumonia Re. Tsar Peter I, called Peter the Great, son of the tsar Alexius Mikhailovich and Natalia Naruishkina, was born at Moscow on the 30th of May His earliest teacher (omitting Born:   Now, there’s a great and wonderful lesson that we should learn from this section of the book of Matthew.

First of all, Jesus is inviting us to FOLLOW HIM. If there’s one call in your life that you should answer seriously and sincerely, it would be Christ’s call to follow Him. God has a purpose in your life.

God led you exactly where you.