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Regular version of the site

Book chapter

Faces of Armenian Grassroots Christianity: and Example of Attempted Religious Modernity

P. 71-89.
Agadzhanyan A.

The paper explores a Christian movement in post-Soviet Armenia, called "Brotherhood," which is an attempt to create a new form of socially engaged and community-centered religious subculture within a conservative, institution-centered, and politically engaged Armenian Apostopic Church. The roots of the "Brotherhood" movement go back to the evangelical revival in Ottoman Turkey and to religious underground in the Soviet Union.      

In book

Faces of Armenian Grassroots Christianity: and Example of Attempted Religious Modernity
Edited by: A. Agadzhanyan. NY: Routledge, 2014.