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Author
Русский: Поснов Михаил Эммануилович (1873—1931)
English: Mikhail Posnov
Title

Иудейство

Subtitle

К характеристике внутренней жизни еврейского народа в послепленное время

Edition

Оттиск из журнала «Труды Киевской духовной Академии» 1904, 1905 и 1906 гг.

Year of publication

Place of publication

Kiev

Language

Russian

Description

«В работе рассмотрен мессианизм междузаветного периода, вопрос о Мужах Великого Собора, возникновение апокалиптической лит-ры и течений и сект внутри иудейства. Главный вывод Поснова заключался в том, что века, прошедшие между прор. Малахией и Иоанном Крестителем, не были эпохой «окаменения», а отличались напряженной творческой религиозной жизнью, и факт этот не могут умалить отдельные элементы духовного упадка». — Из «Библиологического словаря» священника Александра Меня

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