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Would you trust a dentist who only fixes teeth by pulling them because he/she does not know what else to do?What about a doctor who diagnoses every ailment the same and always prescribes one remedy?Sadece 4 peygamberler kitapta yayınlandı, Kniga solnste dukh i zhizn' (Güneşin Kitabı, Ruh ve Hayat, 1928 kutsal kitabı). Most are Dukh-i-zhizniki, some are Pryguny, and some are mixtures of other Spiritual Christian faiths — all were simply called malakan in South Russia.100'den fazla kehanetleri gizli dizüstü yazılır, sadece kendi kutsal ruhuna inanan üyelere gösterilen. ——————————— Short answer to question 3: Where are they now? ——————————————————————————— Why should I care about this simple Taxonomy? To get a little education, just a little, so your vocabulary will be clearer to you, and others will know what you are talking about.That's so much easier than remembering Vassili Ivanovich, Mikhail Kondratich, Parasha Petrovna, ... Imagine a dude who doesn't know many words and always calls a #2 Phillips screwdriver "hammer," a shop broom "hammer," or a 15" pipe-wrench "hammer"? Every tool with a handle he calls "hammer." Would you get the tools yourself, or teach him a few new words? The same for dukhovnye khristiane, "Spiritual Christians." Many habitually continue a mistake to be consistent with previous mistakes, to not confuse the listener-reader.Imagine that your spiritual friends hear that "yellow-tail tuna are running at Long Beach." They chartered a boat and invited you. The boat captain stops at a school of barracuda claiming they are tuna. "They swim, have a head and tail." Would you complain? "Don't rock the boat." It's like Socrates "for clarity" would continue to say the earth is flat, because most uneducated people still think that way, and he did not want to upset or confuse them.It's the right thing to do — factual reporting and media transparency.The false label confuses histories of diverse faiths which are not Molokan.
a discipline or school of thought as defined by a set of methods and doctrines.
should be used when generally referring to an unknown or mixed religious group(s) of non-Orthodox, non-Jewish, non-Muslim and similar folk Protestant faiths and/or groups in, or from, Old Russia, and/ or their descendants.
Their ancestry can be a mixture of Caucasian and Asiatic people; including Armenian, Chuvash, Finn, German, Russian, Tatar, Ukrainian, Mordvin, etc.
Definitions vary over time, place, and user (when, where, what/who).
Please properly use these 3 transliterated Russian terms in honest respect, to set the record straight.
I have been researching the history of Spiritual Christians (folk protestants*), a religio-social movement from Russia, my heritage, since entering college in 1966.