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{{cleanup}} [[Image:Nikita Pustosviat. Dispute on the Confession of Faith.jpg|thumb|400px|''[[Old Believer]] Priest Nikita Pustosviat Disputing with [[Patriarch Joachim]] on Matters of Faith'' by [[Vasiliy Perov]], 1880-81.]]
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{{cleanup}} [[Image:Nikita Pustosviat. Dispute on the Confession of Faith.jpg|thumb|400px|''[[Old Believers|Old Believer]] Priest Nikita Pustosviat Disputing with [[Joachim (Savelov) of Moscow|Patriarch Joachim]] on Matters of Faith'' by [[Vasiliy Perov]], 1880-81.]]
'''Nikita Pustosviat''' ({{lang-ru|Никита Пустосвят}}, real name '''Nikita Konstantinovich Dobrynin''' (Никита Константинович Добрынин)) (?—[[June 11]], [[1683]]) was one of the leaders of the Russian [[Old Believers]] during [[Raskol]]. He was dubbed Pustosvyat (rus. "swearing in vain") by adherents of [[Patriarch Nikon]]. Nikita was a priest in [[Suzdal]] and participated in editing of church books under [[Patriarch Joseph]].
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'''Nikita Pustosviat''' , real name '''Nikita Konstantinovich Dobrynin''' (Никита Константинович Добрынин)) (?—[[June 11]], 1683) was one of the leaders of the Russian [[Old Believers]] during [[Raskol]]. He was dubbed Pustosvyat (rus. "swearing in vain") by adherents of [[Nikon of Moscow|Patriarch Nikon]]. Nikita was a priest in Suzdal and participated in editing of church books under [[Joseph of Moscow|Patriarch Joseph]].
  
In 1659, Nikita arrived to [[Moscow]] and lodged a complaint about Stefan, Archbishop of Suzdal, accusing him of digression from [[Russian Orthodox Church|Orthodoxy]]. When Stefan was acquitted, Nikita denounced him to [[Tsar]] [[Aleksey Mikhailovich]]. In 1682, the [[Old Believer]]s gained support among the ''[[streltsy]]'' (praetorian guard) and Pustosviat achieved a [[July 5]], [[1682]] church debate in the presence of the Tsar. The debate, however, ended in vain for him. The ''streltsy'' betrayed Nikita, who was subsequently executed.
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In 1659, Nikita arrived to Moscow and lodged a complaint about Stefan, Archbishop of Suzdal, accusing him of digression from [[Church of Russia|Orthodoxy]]. When Stefan was acquitted, Nikita denounced him to Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich. In 1682, the Old Believers gained support among the ''streltsy'' (praetorian guard) and Pustosviat achieved a [[July 5]], 1682 church debate in the presence of the Tsar. The debate, however, ended in vain for him. The ''streltsy'' betrayed Nikita, who was subsequently executed.
  
 
==Further reading==
 
==Further reading==
*{{ru icon}} "Великая челобитная" (Субботин, Н. И. ''Материалы для истории раскола за первое время его существования.'' М., 1878, IV т.)
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*"Великая челобитная" (Субботин, Н. И. ''Материалы для истории раскола за первое время его существования.'' М., 1878, IV т.)
*{{ru icon}} Румянцев, И. ''Н. К. Добрынин («Пустосвят»)''. Сергиев Посад, 1916
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*Румянцев, И. ''Н. К. Добрынин («Пустосвят»)''. Сергиев Посад, 1916
  
==Sournc==
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==Source==
 
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikita_Pustosviat Wikipedia Nikita Pustosviat]
* [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikita_Pustosviat Wikipedia Nikita Pustosviat]
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Old Believer Priest Nikita Pustosviat Disputing with Patriarch Joachim on Matters of Faith by Vasiliy Perov, 1880-81.

Nikita Pustosviat , real name Nikita Konstantinovich Dobrynin (Никита Константинович Добрынин)) (?—June 11, 1683) was one of the leaders of the Russian Old Believers during Raskol. He was dubbed Pustosvyat (rus. "swearing in vain") by adherents of Patriarch Nikon. Nikita was a priest in Suzdal and participated in editing of church books under Patriarch Joseph.

In 1659, Nikita arrived to Moscow and lodged a complaint about Stefan, Archbishop of Suzdal, accusing him of digression from Orthodoxy. When Stefan was acquitted, Nikita denounced him to Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich. In 1682, the Old Believers gained support among the streltsy (praetorian guard) and Pustosviat achieved a July 5, 1682 church debate in the presence of the Tsar. The debate, however, ended in vain for him. The streltsy betrayed Nikita, who was subsequently executed.

Further reading

  • "Великая челобитная" (Субботин, Н. И. Материалы для истории раскола за первое время его существования. М., 1878, IV т.)
  • Румянцев, И. Н. К. Добрынин («Пустосвят»). Сергиев Посад, 1916

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