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Cesaropapism

caesaropapism. Political system in which the head of the state is also the head of the church and supreme judge in religious matters.

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CHRISTENDOM
went to either hierocratic or cesaropapist extremes.
THE DIFFICULT AND PAINFUL PROCESS OF NATION-BUILDING
Nov 4, 2002 "Cesaropapism".
Morality and Tradition in Post-communist Orthodox Lands: On the
characterized through Cesaro-papism, i.e., a forced union between the spiritual and the temporal, in short, between ideology and politics.
Religiousness and Education in Europe
long history of cesaropapism started during the Byzantine Empire has cemented a fusion between state and Church.
Volumes pubblished (2006) I. Thematic Work Groups I. Public Power
cesaropapism” byzantin29 represents one of historigraphical contributions that reveal the implications of the religious element assumed by the political one.

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Los obispos de Illinois y el sentido común
Se que Ud. estará absolutamente en desacuerdo conmigo, porque Ud.
Pidamos perdón a voleo que la Iglesia lo aguanta todo. ®
Justo otra de las absurdas peticiones de perdón proviene de que la evangelización de un Jefe de Estado, 'territorio' de Dios pues que no hay poder que no venga de Él, sea despectivamente tildada de elitismo o "cesaropapismo".
César Vidal y el prejuicio anticatólico (V)
A diferencia del teocrático calvinismo, Alemania adoptó el cesaropapismo luterano, por el cual el soberano siempre tenía razón.

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Cesaropapism definition of Cesaropapism in the Free Online
caesaropapism. Political system in which the head of the state is also the head of the church and supreme judge in religious matters.
Nonpossessors and Possessor in 16th century Russia - Articles
Vicar of Christ: Definition from Answers.com
1.1 Use for the bishops; 1.2 Use for the Holy Spirit; 1.

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