Russian Nonconformity by Serge Bolshakoff

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The wealthy community was able to present many candidates for episcopal consecration and to spread widely monastic influ ence. Saint Joseph believed that the prelates — bishops and abbots — must intervene in public affairs as a matter of course. Con tinuous collaboration between the Church and the State was, to his way of thinking, absolutely necessary for the well-being of both. Saint Joseph greatly helped Ivan III to strengthen his au thority, but he opposed the grand duke resolutely when he tried to reduce monastic property for the benefit of the State.

Others suppose that the Judaizers embraced a peculiar doctrine combining freethinking Judaism and Christianity. Clearly the Judaizers denied the trinity of the Godhead and the incarnation as well as the divinity of Christ, whom they believed to be sim ply a man. Awaiting another messiah, the Judaizers in the mean while observed the law of Moses. They rejected in accordance with their main doctrine all the sacraments, the cult of saints, icons and relics, fasts, and festivals of the Church. The Judaizers limited their canon of Scripture to the Torah of Moses.

At this time the Raskolniks were severely persecuted, and some of them fled to Poland, where they were tolerated. In Poland, near the Russian frontier, the fugitives founded the first Priestist center abroad, the village Vetka. Two priests, Cosma and Stephen, became leaders of the colony; and their successor, priest Joseph, persuaded his flock to build a permanent church and to settle down instead of awaiting inter minably the Second Advent. Theodosius, successor of Joseph, con secrated the new church, which remained for a long time the only church of the Raskolniks.

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