Russia denies plea for ban on missionaries

June 1996
Christian Century;6/05/96, Vol. 113 Issue 19, p612
Reports on the Committee on Religious and Public Organizations of the State Duma's rejection of a call by the Russian Orthodox Church to ban the missionary work of foreigners in Russia. Compromise requiring foreign religious organizations to register with the government; Provisions in draft law on entry of missionaries into Russia.


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