God and man in Russia

Pope, V.
March 1992
U.S. News & World Report;3/2/92, Vol. 112 Issue 8, p54
Discusses the revival of the Russian Orthodox Church, and addresses the question of whether it will be the repressive tool of a new nationalism. The difficulties of reclaiming the Tolgskoy Convent on the banks of the Volga River in Russia; Russia is a nation in search of spiritual rebirth as well as economic renewal and political reform; How both democrats and autocrats are trying to cultivate the church; More. INSET: Priests of the putsch (The church under communism)..


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