Augsburg Confession, i88, i89, i90 autocephaly of Greek Church as

Protestant-inspired church-state relationship, 235, 236 Coptic Christianity, 495, 503-4 Cyril I Loukaris (ecumenical patriarch), i93-202

dialogue between, i85, i88-9i evangelical movement in late imperial Russia, 345

Feofilakt (Gorskii), Lutheran influences of theology of, 329 Greece, 19th-century Calvinist infiltrations in, 233 Judaiser heresy, 259

Latvian and Estonian Lutherans, 327, 331 modern contacts between, 595 Romanian Protestants, communist repression of, 562 Russian Lutherans in mixed marriages, 33i scripture, reliance on, 188,189,190 secularisation of European and eastern worlds related to, 367 theory of relationship of church and state adopted by Peter the Great, 326 Tubingen professors, Orthodox correspondence with, 185,189-91 Provins, Pacifique de, 436 psalters, i47, i49 Psellos, Michael, 83, 91, 92, 93 Pseudo-Dionysios (Dionysios the Areopagite) Barlaam's use of, 63 Gregory of Sinai's use of, 118 modern study of, 587 Pseudo-Symeon, 102-8,109,122 Pskov. See Novgorod and Pskov Psychosostria monastery, Constantinople, i58

publishing. See printing and publishing Putin, Vladimir, 549, 550

Qajar dynasty, 446

Qalawun (Mamluk sultan), 388

Qebat controversy in Ethiopian Christianity,

464-5, 478-82 Qérelos (Ethiopian bishop), 484-5 Quae in Patriarchatu, 529 Quburisi, Iskandar, 246

Rabban Hurmizd, Chaldean monastery of,

527, 529

Radic (celnik of Serbian despots), 162-3,165 Radoslav of Serbia (nephew of Stefan

Nemanja/Sava), 16 Radul (voevoda of Wallachia), 164 Raffi (Yakob Melik'-Yakobean), 447 al-Rahib, Paul, 393 Rahmaní, Ignatius Ephrem, 516 Raphael I (Bidawid), Chaldean patriarch, 529, 530

Raphael I (ecumenical patriarch), i78


Gregory of Sinai on, ii3-2i Palamas on, i2i al-Razl, 393 Razin, Stenka, 345 re-education or brainwashing, 563-5 Reformation. See Latin-Orthodox relations from Reformation to Enlightenment; Protestantism and Orthodoxy relics, veneration of, 89 religious toleration in Russia, 328-9,330-2,

342, 346-7

religious toleration under Islam crusades, effect of, 385-6 dhimma status as form of, 38i of Fatimids in Egypt, 376 Ghazan (Ilkhan of Iran), conversion to

Islam of, 387, 422, 423-4 Mongol invasions, effect of, 388-9 NewJulfa, Armenian community of,437 Ottoman application of Islamic principles of religious tolerance to Jews and Christians, i55-6, i69 religious toleration under Mongols, 386,

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