The Bogomils of Bulgaria and Bosnia or The early Protestants of the East

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  • Linus Brockett
  • Author:  Linus Brockett
  • Year: 27-06-2013
  • Translator from English: Krastina Gecheva
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  1148-01
  • SKU: 02.0034
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-241-5
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Bogomilism was a Christian neo-Gnostic or dualist religiopolitical sect founded in the First Bulgarian Empire by the priest Bogomil during the reign of Tsar Peter I in the 10th century. It most probably arose in what is today the region of Macedonia as a response to the social stratification that occurred with the introduction of feudalism and as a form of political movement and opposition to the Bulgarian state and the church. The Bogomils called for a return to what they considered to be early spiritual teaching, rejecting the ecclesiastical hierarchy, and their primary political tendencies were resistance to the state and church authorities. This helped the movement spread quickly in the Balkans, gradually expanding throughout the Byzantine Empire and later reaching Kievan Rus', Bosnia (Bosnian Church), Dalmatia, Serbia, Italy, and France (Cathars). The Bogomils were dualists or Gnostics (people of knowledge) in that they believed in a world within the body and a world outside the body. They did not use the Christian cross, nor build churches, as they revered their gifted form and considered their body to be the temple. This gave rise to many forms of practice to cleanse oneself through purging, fasting, celebrating and dancing.

To the writer it has seemed to be a matter of great consequence to be able to demonstrate that there were churches of faithful witnesses for Christ who had never paid their homage or given in their allegiance to the anti-Christian churches of Constantinople or Rome.


About the Author

Linus Brockett

Linus Brockett

Linus Pierpont Brockett, or L.P Brockett (1820–1893) was American historical and miscellaneous writer. He was born in Canton, CT. He graduated from Yale Medical College in 1843. After 1847 he devoted ... Read more

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Tags: Anthropology & Archeology,The Balkans & the Balkan countries,Bogomilism,Researches,Middle Ages,Christianity

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Year 27-06-2013
Translator from English: Krastina Gecheva
Pages 136
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.125 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Anthropology & Archeology, The Balkans & the Balkan countries, Bogomilism, Researches, Middle Ages, Christianity

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