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The Old Calendarists and the Rise of Religious Conservatism in Greece

   
Dimitri Kitsikis
Translated from the French by Novice Patrick and Bishop Chrysostomos

Number XVIII of Monographic Supplement Series

“In all of my writings, and in a systematic way since 1967, I have endeavored to prove that Greece is part of the large family of non-Western countries. To this end, I have created the concepts of an ‘intermediate region’ (a region of civilization, including Greece, in Eurasia, between West and East), of an ‘Eastern party,’ opposed since 1081, in Greece, to a ‘Western party,’ and of ‘Hellenoturkism,’ an ideology of the Eastern party, since the fifteenth century, which expressed its preference for the Turkish element against the absolute enemy represented by the Frankish element, that is, the West. Nonetheless, a common characteristic unites the intellectuals of both parties today: Hellenocentrism. Easternizers and Westernizers concur on this one point: that Greece has always constituted the center of world civilization and as a universal mother has given birth to many children.”
—“Greece and the West”

CONTENTS

About the Author
THE OLD CALENDARISTS AND THE RISE OF RELIGIOUS CONSERVATISM IN GREECE
   Greece and the West
   Venizelos and the Westernization of Greece
   The Birth of the Calendar Question
   The Essence of the Conflict: “The Heresy of Ecumenism”
   Meletios Metaxakis, Symbol of the Betrayal of Orthodoxy: “Freemason, Innovator, and Ecumenist”
   The Schism: Formation of the Church of the Old Calendarists
   The Old Calendarists, Victims of the Cold War
   From 1955 to 1989: The Extremists Seem to Win
   The Fall of Communism and the Rebirth of Orthodoxy
   The Great Anxiety of the Greek Westernizers

Item Number: BKM405
Publication Data: Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 1995
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 42
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.3 cm × 13.8 cm × 0.3 cm
ISBN: 0‒911165‒33‒9

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