Neuhaus, Richard John
April 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1998, Issue 82, p73
Reports on the restriction of freedom imposed by a legislation on religious organization signed by former Russian Federation president Boris Yeltsin in September 1997 addressed by Keston College founder Michael Bordeaux at a central committee meeting of the World Council of Churches. Support for the legislation by the Russian Orthodox Church; Opposition of the Russian government to Protestants and Catholics.


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