The role of the Russian church in the foreign affairs of the Soviet Union, 1941-1969 /

Larkin, William J.

The role of the Russian church in the foreign affairs of the Soviet Union, 1941-1969 / [print] William John Larkin, Jr. - 1970. - 29, [3. leaves ; 29 cm

Columbia International University Faculty Author Typescript (photocopy).

Includes bibliographical references.

The relation of the governments strength to the church's autonomy The church as tool of propaganda, though not ideology The office of Orthodox External Affairs as para-diplomatic Theological basis of church as tool of foriegn policy.




Columbia International University--Faculty
Russka-i- pravoslavna-i-a -t-serkov.


Soviet Union--Church history--1917-


History.
Religious.

BX492.R654 1970

BX492.R654 1970

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