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religion

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1 | Christianity began as the religion of a small minority existing 2 I, 1 | first a religio ~illicita, a religion forbidden and persecuted 3 I, 2,1| but the only recognized religion of the Empire. The Church 4 I, 2,3| mysteries of the Christian religion. If a ~pagan asks you to 5 I, 2,3| defilement, they wanted a religion freed from all contact with 6 I, 4 | Conversion of the Slavs~.The religion of grace spread over the 7 I, 4,1| became in ~very truth the religion of the whole people, a popular 8 I, 4,1| whole people, a popular religion in the best sense. In 1949 9 I, 4,2| Orthodoxy became the ~State religion of Russia, and such it remained 10 I, 5,1| therefore, the Christian religion is incomplete but not ~entirely 11 I, 5,1| Islam was a second-class religion, and its adherents second-class ~ 12 I, 5,1| drew no distinction between religion and politics: from their 13 I, 5,2| enter ~into no account of religion, be their subjects Christians 14 I, 6,2| return home that Muscovite religion seemed to consist ~largely 15 I, 6,2| say, .but my faith and my religion are Greek. (ibid., p. 37). 16 I, 6,3| in name a .Minister for Religion.. ~ The Spiritual Regulation 17 I, 6,3| charitable work, teaching religion to the children of his parish, ~ 18 I, 7,6| students afterwards teach religion in secondary schools, and 19 II, 2,3| teaching, for the guardian of religion~is the very body of the 20 II, 3,1| know which was the true religion, and therefore sent his 21 II, 3,1| The~Orthodox approach to religion is fundamentally a liturgical 22 II, 3,1| Christianity is a liturgical~religion. The Church is first of 23 II, 3,1| Because they approach religion in this liturgical way, 24 II, 4 | of~vermin (‘The popular religion of Eastern Europe is liturgical 25 II, 4 | not wholly otherworldly. A religion~that continues to propagate 26 II, 7,6| London, x966.~• W. Kolarz, Religion in the Soviet Union, London, 27 II, 7,6| 1969.~• C. Lane, Christian Religion in the Soviet Union. A Sociological


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