Faith despite the KGB

  • 248 Pages
  • 0.91 MB
  • English
Pickering & Inglis , London
Persecution -- Soviet U
StatementHermann Hartfeld.
LC ClassificationsBR1608.R8
The Physical Object
Pagination248 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16599486M
ISBN 10072080499X
LC Control Number81036922

Get this from a library. Faith despite the KGB. [Hermann Hartfeld] -- The remarkable true story of a dozen Christians in the Soviet union, many of them young people, who triumph for Christ despite imprisonment for their leadership in "underground" churches.

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Only 1 available. who triumph for Christ despite imprisonment for their leadership in "underground" churches. Believers young and old, from many walks of life and from many denominations, unite in their faithfulness to Christ.

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A Focus of the Soviet Attack. DESPITE concessions made to the Russian Orthodox Church in order to win World War II, the Soviet Union maintained a stranglehold on the church’s activities.

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Its main functions were foreign intelligence, counter-intelligence, operative-investigatory activities, guarding the State border of the USSR, Agency executives: First: Ivan Serov, Chairman.

The KGB’s Most Wanted gives witness to the extraordinary faith of God’s humble servant, while also illuminating a dark chapter in Russia’s history. The reader will encounter a man determined to do the will of God radically and even to the point of death.

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My friend, Bill Arndt, was traveling home this week and died on Knik-Goose Bay Road. Another vehicle lost control less than a mile from his home and slid into his. Despite Simeonov’s ideological black record at home, the KGB allowed his group to establish contact with the Representative Office.

As one of the KGB’s prime targets for Christian Marxism, it should be no surprise that it acts as a tool of Putin’s state, so much so that its leader said that Putin’s tenure was a “miracle of God” in The head of the Russian Orthodox Church draws a contrast between his country’s treatment of the faith and that of the West.

A spy is a fabulist, a spinner of false tales, a maker of unreal worlds. A spy is a seducer of reckless hearts and broken souls, and a voyeur of the carnage left behind.

A high-ranking communist official who defected to the United States in the s now says the Soviet KGB was behind the tidal wave. A Focus of the Soviet Attack. DESPITE concessions made to the Russian Orthodox Church in order to win World War II, the Soviet Union maintained a stranglehold on the church’s activities.

Therefore, as The Sword and the Shield, a book written in along with many thousands of priests and believers, died for their faith in the Siberian gulag. Yuri Bezmenov, a disillusioned Soviet KGB agent, defected to North America while stationed in India.

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