Eastern Orthodox Church

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The constitution stipulates that Eastern Orthodox Christianity, represented by the BOC, is the traditional religion.
The Constitution designates Eastern Orthodox Christianity, represented by the BOC, as the "traditional" religion, and the Government provided preferential financial support to it, as well as to several other religious communities perceived as holding historic places in society, such as the Muslim, Roman Catholic, and Jewish faiths.
In the mid-seventeenth century, some 140 years after Luther's protest against indulgences had led to major divisions in Western Christianity, Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Russia saw the growing fissures of what eventually became its own religious schism.
Many consider Eastern Orthodox Christianity to be a bridge between Western Christianity and Islam, says Sharp (Virginia Commonwealth U.
Alexander Nevsky who defended Eastern Orthodox Christianity against the Catholic Teutonic Knights.
The compilers, freelance writers from rural Wisconsin who converted from Protestant to Eastern Orthodox Christianity, have arranged the material in eight chapters along such topic lines as joy, desire and fidelity.
The constitution designates Eastern Orthodox Christianity, represented by the BOC, as the "traditional" religion; and the Government provided preferential financial support to it, as well as to several other religious communities perceived as holding historic places in society, such as the Muslim, Roman Catholic, and Jewish faiths.
The VMRO protesters said they are rallying against the Jehovah's Witnesses not because the organization is different from Eastern Orthodox Christianity but because they deem their "religious propaganda" dangerous for society by denouncing all national and religious holidays and the respect for national symbols and family values.
851-889 AD), the ruler who in 864 AD christianized the First Bulgarian Empire making Eastern Orthodox Christianity the official religion of Bulgaria.
Separate chapters examine the evolution of norms of war in Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism, Japanese religion, Judaism, Roman Catholic Christianity, Eastern Orthodox Christianity, Protestant Christianity, Shia Islam, and Sunni Islam.
Alexander Nevsky (1220-1263 AD) honored as a defender of Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
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