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> From: S.K.Rock@sussex.ac.uk (Stella Rock) > Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 15:40:49 BST > > Dear all, > I am a post-graduate student researching Church use of the term > "dvoeverie", double-belief, at the University of Sussex.... > Does anyone know of any use of the term in Church > sources after the 16th century? Also, if anyone can refer me to > examples of the term being used to describe schismatics or heretics I > would be very grateful - in any period. > Many thanks > > Stella Rock > S.K.Rock@sussex.ac.uk > > Graduate Research Centre for the Humanities > University of Sussex > Falmer > Brighton > East Sussex > England Dear Ms. Rock, Eve Levin has a useful article, "Dvoeverie and Popular Religion," in the book Seeking God, edited by Stephen K. Batalden (DeKalb, Ill., 1993). I don't recall if much of it deals specifically with the period you are interested in, but it is a thought-provoking piece. Best wishes, Walter Moss Eastern Michigan U.