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Christianization of Rus' and the eschatological concept of orthodoxy from Prince Vladimir to the present day 931

Dergacheva I.V.
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Moscow State Institute of Culture, Moscow, Russia

The article describes the eschatological ideas of ancient Rus' and shows how the theme of the Last Judgment, which was raised in the interview of Prince Vladimir of Kiev with the Greek philosopher. This theme was decisive for the acceptance of the Christian faith.

Keywords: eschatology, written records, Old Books, the Last Judgment, Old Synodicon.

Column: World Literature. Textual Criticism


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