The Russian Orthodox Church: A Treatise of Her Origin and Life is a 77-page treatise by Archpriest Basaroff of the Russian Orthodox Church, translated into English by Rev. N. Bjerring, also a priest of the Russian Orthodox Church. Basaroff outlines the history of the Church, from the Apostles to the tenth-century establishment of the Russian Church, and beyond. Basaroff is learned in the development, governance, and life of the Church, and this volume is essential for anyone wishing to gain a deeper understanding of the rich history and intricacies of the Russian Church.
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- A thorough examination of the history of the Russian Orthodox Church
- An analyses of the Church’s development and practices
- An exposition of daily life and roles in the Church
- Title: The Russian Orthodox Church: A Treatise of Her Origin and Life
- Author: Archpriest Basaroff
- Translator: N. Bjerring
- Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co
- Publication Date: 1873
- Pages: 44
About Archpriest Basaroff
Archpriest Basaroff was a distinguished presbyter of the Russian Orthodox Church and author of The Russian Orthodox Church: A Treatise of Her Origin and Life.