theme 01/07/2000 (2000)

Telecast №74916, 1 part, duration: 0:35:01
Production: VID
Anchor:Yulij Gusman

Reel №1

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The program is dedicated to Christmas, New Year, church and folk traditions.

What is closer to the spirit of the Russian people during the holidays - humbly stand up for church services or indulge in fun?

Where are the roots of the scientific substantiation of the connection between Orthodoxy and pagan folk rites?

More and more scientists admit that they are believers, so how can faith and science combine in the minds of one person?

And why, even in today's practical, and sometimes still very cruel and cynical world, people still have faith in miracles in the hearts of people?

Archpriest Michael Ardov, historian Igor Bestuzhev-Lada, actress Clara Luchko participate in the conversation.

Also on a visit to the program folklore ensemble "Ladanka", children's choral chapel of the South-Western of Moscow, ensemble "Bells of Russia".


Ardov MV - writer-publicist, cleric of the non-canonical Russian Orthodox autonomous church, archpriest. Bestuzhev-Lada IV - Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Honored Scientist of the RSFSR, Academician of RAO. Luchko K.S. - Soviet film actress, People's Artist of the USSR.

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