Russian Baptists and Orthodoxy, 1960-1990


Russian Baptists and the Orthodox Church have had a difficult and, on occasion, dramatic relationship over the past 150 years. Despite the evident dissimilarity, in theology, church practice and traditions, there is common ground, which has been largely unexplored. Focusing mainly on 1960 to 1990 the author investigates the differences and similarities between the two denominations, recognizing a significant Orthodox orientation among Russian Baptists in their theology, spiritual mentality and culture.

About the Author

CONSTANTINE PROKHOROV is a historian and writer from Russia. He holds a BA in History from North Kazakhstan State University, a BA in Theology from Odessa Theological Seminary and a PhD from the International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague. He has authored several books and numerous articles on history and theology that have been published in both English and Russian. Constantine is a deacon of Central Baptist Church in Omsk, Russia and is married with three children.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781783689903

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2014-01-14

Number of pages: 510


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