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  1. Feb 18, 2014 · The basic periods were distinguished proceeding from canonical status of the Russian Church: 1) full dependence of the Russian Church on the Constantinople Patriarchate (988-1240); 2) gradual transition of the Russian Church from this dependence to independence (1240-1589); 3) the independence (autocephalous) period (with 1589).

  2. A major point of difference is with the style of church government. The Orthodox Church has always maintained the position of collegiality of the bishops. The Orthodox Church has also emphasised ' economia ', or a certain amount of flexibility in the rules depending upon the exigencies of a particular situation.

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  4. Orthodoxy. Here in the Church of the Holy Wisdom in Constantinople, on 16 July 1054, a disaster unfolded for Christianity. It was actually during a service that a papal delegation swept up to the altar and placed on it a document excommunicating the leader of the Church in Constantinople, the Patriarch. The Patriarch excommunicated the Pope in ...

  5. Sep 23, 2013 · My only criticism of this timeline – understanding it is only an infographic and hence, brief – is that it leaves out the history of the Eastern Orthodox churches in its timeline. There was no mention of the when the Eastern and Western churches split. Interestingly enough, it found space to include the founding of the Baptist church.

  6. Aug 22, 2015 · The second part begins a consideration of the spiritual consequences of departure from the Church, first through establishing an historical timeline of the schism and then beginning to consider the prayer of the heart, experience of uncreated light, and the difference between spirit and soul that have been preserved in the Orthodox Church.

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