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RENOVASIONIST SCHISM OF THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH IN 1920s
Zakharova Lyudmila Borisovna, Candidate of historical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of humanitarian and legal disciplines, Samara Academy of Public and Municipal Administration
The Renovationist schism became the indication of the formation of the new Communist morality in society, an attempt of a certain part of the Russian Orthodox clergy «accommodate» the Church in the strict ideological framework of the new political regime. However, Renovationism, despite the active support of the Soviet government, was extinguished by the mid-1930s, and failed to become a strong spiritual power and the moral and religious basis of the moral consciousness of the Russian people.
Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Tikhon, Renovationism, Soviet power, 1920s, public consciousness.
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