Pavel Tulsky, the "schismatic" among schismatics: towards the emergence of the "Tula Old Believers' Accord"
The article examines the personality of Pavel Smirnov/Tulsky who fled from the synodal church in 1831 to the Old Believers as a priest. Keeping in touch with the center of the Belokrinitsky accord — the Rogozhsky cemetery, Pavel gradually went into schism. On Pavel Smirnov's biography, the author seeks to identify and characterize the concept of the fugitive priesthood; the peculiarities of the approaches of the authorities and the official church to solving the problem of a "schismatic" ...
The theme of Old Believers in the works of Alexander Kuprin: discussion and study prospects
... Particularly emphasized is the inextricability of the author’s ideas about a “split” with such significant factors in the social life of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. like entrepreneurship and revolution.
Old Believers, schism, A. I. Kuprin, L. N. Tolstoy, merchants, commander, revolution