Orthodoxy in Central Asia. The Sources and the Modern Time

Orthodoxy in Central Asia. The Sources and the Modern Time




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Malinovskaya Ye.A. Orthodoxy in Central Asia. The Sources and the Modern Time . – Polis. Political Studies. 2008. No. 2. P. 38. (In Russ.)



Abstract

Orthodoxy, like any confession that has more or less gained foothold among this or that ethnos, is beginning to gradually adapt itself to national features of the peoples of Central Asia. Besides, Orthodoxy is the most non-missionary, non-proselyte branch in Christianity. Given the decrease of the ethnic basis of Orthodoxy as a result of active migration, it is perceived by local authorities as a kind of a relic, support of which promises the states of the region, without any noticeable expenditures, great propagandist effect.


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