Russian Orthodoxy. From the icon painting of Andrei Rublevrnto cliurch architecture, both wooden and stone, to the literaturernof Dostovevsk}' and Solzhenitsyn, the Russian Orthodox havernattempted to reflect the divine, to reach sublime heights of spiritualrnecstasy, and to plumb the mysteries of man's relationshiprnwith God. hideed, the grand themes of . . .
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