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by Valerie A. Tumins,George Vernadsky
Author: Valerie A. Tumins,George Vernadsky
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After Nikon's election to the patriarchate in July 1652, he quickly embarked upon the revision of liturgical books . Tumins, Valerie . and George Vernadsky, trans. and ed. Patriarch Nikon on Church and State: Nikon's "Refutation. Berlin and New York, 1982.
After Nikon's election to the patriarchate in July 1652, he quickly embarked upon the revision of liturgical books that would bring Russian forms of worship into line with those of the Greek Orthodox world. Among Nikon's principal innovations were the three-finger sign of the cross (instead of the customary two-finger sign) and the printing of new liturgical books based on Greek and Ukrainian manuscripts.
Nikon, religious leader who unsuccessfully attempted to establish the primacy of the Orthodox church over the state in. .With their backing, Nikon became first metropolitan of Novgorod (1648) and then patriarch of Moscow and all Russia (1652).
Nikon, religious leader who unsuccessfully attempted to establish the primacy of the Orthodox church over the state in Russia and whose reforms that attempted to bring the Russian church in line with the traditions of Greek Orthodoxy led to a schism. Nikon accepted the highest post in the Russian church only on condition that he be given full authority in matters of dogma and ritual.
History: The Seventeenth Century (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968) .
The best general history of seventeenthcentury Russia remains V O. Kliuchevskii, A Course in Russian History: The Seventeenth Century (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968). London: Trubner and C. 1871-6), vol. i (1871), pp. 292-548; Patriarch Nikon, Patriarch Nikon on Church and State - Nikon's 'Refutation' (Vozrazhenie ili razorenie smirennogo Nikona, Bozhieiu milostiiu Patriarkha, pro- tivo voprosov boiarina Simeona Streshneva), ed. Valerie A. Tumins and George Vernadsky (Berlin, New York, Amsterdam: Mouton, 1982), pp. 351-601. Zenkovsky, Russkoe staroobriadchestvo, pp. 193-5. Kartashev, Ocherki, vol. 11, pp. 126-31.
Nikon (Russian: Ни́кон, Old Russian: Нїконъ), born Nikita Minin (Никита Минин; 7 May 1605 – 17 August 1681) was the seventh Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus' of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Nikon (Russian: Ни́кон, Old Russian: Нїконъ), born Nikita Minin (Никита Минин; 7 May 1605 – 17 August 1681) was the seventh Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus' of the Russian Orthodox Church, serving officially from 1652 to 1666. He was renowned for his eloquence, energy, piety and close ties to Tsar Alexis of Russia. Nikon introduced many reforms which eventually led to a lasting schism known as Raskol in the Russian Orthodox Church
In his capacity as patriarch, Nikon evidently saw himself as the .
In his capacity as patriarch, Nikon evidently saw himself as the personification of the Church. He strove to transform its organisational structure into an effective hierarchical administration with the patriarch at the top: he reacted with particular ruthlessness to any sign of opposition from other members of the hierarchy. The long-standing campaign to publish accurate liturgical books and distribute them throughout Russia, however, quickly took a fateful turn.