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Grigore Byzantium for Priests. Dimiter Angelov grasped the essence of the tium in a highly volatile and ever-changing age. We are also very history, music, philosophy and historiographical studies after grateful to Joe Paul Kroll for his careful editing and proofread- and into the early modern age, we intended to carry out ing of this volume.
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Kolovou ed. Byzantinisches Archiv 24 Berlin Smythe eds , The Re- 1 Angelov, Byzantinism The academies Of course, not all of them actively participate in the life of of Jassy and Bucharest, which were later transformed into the Romanian Orthodox Church but still, most of them keep universities, were founded in the 17th century and their offi- the important religious holidays and use the religious and cial language of instruction was Greek.
The first step on the liturgical services of Eucharist, marriage, baptism, extreme way to a national education system in the 19th century was unction, and house consecration. The diversification of historical theology Byzantine Empire or Byzantium in Romanian textbooks for occurred only in the 20th century, when the discipline was theological instruction and education.
Before doing so, how- split in three: history of the universal Church, history of the ever, I shall briefly discuss the history of this phenomenon, Romanian Orthodox Church and, finally, Byzantine studies. Historical overview The first textbooks were translations of consecrated Greek authors.
He supplemented The first Romanian universities and their theological fac- the book with information regarding the Christian history of ulties were established later, after the unification of Moldavia the Danubian Principalities.
Professor Nicolae Dobrescu theological instruction in contemporary Romania. This was also published in as a textbook for a seminary but also a theological faculty.
It is easy to see why age, but also, centralized curricula for the whole of Romania Byzantium, the Eastern Roman Empire, should play a crucial were enforced. Therefore, we have now the first textbooks for theological In the following, I will paraphrase the main ideas, cluster- faculties, one for universal and a separate one for Romanian ing them according to the narratives they feed.
Orthodox Church history. In the beginning, they were also Relations between Emperor and Church: The Constantin- used for teaching in seminaries. Popescu, Teodor positive event. That is why these two emperors were New textbooks appeared in the s. The new Universal deservedly sanctified by the Church. In a condensed form, it his court, as is his problematic religious policy after the First was also used, beginning in , as a textbook for theolog- Council of Nicaea in , when Arian bishops influenced him.
He points out Tiszan Basin, [the Magyars] made contact with the Christian several times that the seven Ecumenical Councils, summoned population, from which they borrowed some Orthodox? Paul This neatly book. In his account, the Latins bear most of the blame for encapsulates the main narrative transmitted in the textbook the Great Schism because they sent the arrogant, violent discussed here: the polarisation between civilized and Or- and supercilious cardinal of Silva Candida to Constantinople, thodox Byzantium on the one hand and the barbaric and where he caused trouble.
The Latin crusaders had undermined the political unity Empire and the Christian Church. However, in sum, he exalts this tutelage as a form of for union with the Latins.
The conquest of and conquered Dacians. As before, the main narrative arguments fall of the Constantinople in in very dark terms, con- shall be summarised below. Ibidem Byzantium as protector: In the introductory chapter of his St. Christianising organization of the Eastern Roman Empire —, all bishoprics of them.
It [i. To give an example, the regional ube; therefore, it was a much easier task for missionaries Synod of Sardica in against the Arian heresy was one of from Constantinople to disseminate the word of God among the major moments in the history of the Christian dogma. Therefore, the Romanian people is to this day place. This is a way of demonstrating Byzantium to the common people. Ultimately, this approach to history serves to insights into mechanism of opinion formation by influential underpin, bolster and implement the political goals of the actors like the Church.
Such mechanisms are efficient, firstly, modern Romanian state. The manuals for religious instruction by simplifying complexity and, secondly, using reception as a followed the secular textbooks for historical instruction that pretext for the creation of socio-political narratives. Secular textbooks The terms for the Byzantine Empire used in Romanian text- openly served the national narrative of the modern Roma- books are complex and ever changing.
Romania display such continuity across the caesura marked The Romanian textbooks need the ethnogenesis narrative by the year Roman Empire. Because the latter, in 19th cen- Orthodoxy. Of course, the modern disciplines of history topic of Byzantium, they still contribute to the History of the of the Romanian Orthodox Church and Byzantine studies Universal Church, and together, all three serve the Romanian now each have their own identity and deal in depth with spe- national narrative.
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Jahrhundert beitragen. Related Papers. Brief Outline on the Sirian Theology. The Christian Mission on the Romanian Teritory. By catoi ovidiu mihail. By Alexandru Nadaban. By Mircea Maran. State and Religious Organisations in Romania. By Emanuel Tavala. Download pdf.
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