A Soviet View of American Academia An article reprinted from the Moscow News August 4, 1991 The following article “America Tries to Make Sense of Soviet Politics” is representative of the outlook of the Soviet people. Giving an accurate critique…Read more
Since 1988, the year when the Soviet Union celebrated the “Millennium of Christianity” in Russia, religious groups have enjoyed comparative freedom and many churches have taken full advantage. Many existing churches have doubled or tripled in size since then; the…Read more
In 1987, Mikhail Gorbachev released his famous work, Perestroika: New Thinking for Our Country and the World, the outline of his policy for the restructuring of the Soviet system. This is an overview of the plan he presented in April…Read more
In July of this year, a student newspaper was established in the Soviet Union. This publication will go forth on the university campuses as a voice to the youth of our generation; it will be a bright and shining light…Read more
An early Christian legend says that it was the Apostle Andrew who first preached in the region of Scythia on a missionary journey. Stopping on his way back on a bend in the River Dnieper, he planted a flag on…Read more
MOSCOW (FR) – Two years ago, Eugene Mastratov worked as an oil prospector searching the northern reaches of Soviet Asia for natural gas and oil. Today his life has been radically transformed. He is still compelled to travel to obscure…Read more
A Time magazine article recently described the precarious balance in which the tenure of Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is hanging. “He may be the most widely disliked figure in the Soviet Union, yet he is convinced that he alone can…Read more
MOSCOW (FR) – Under a new law guaranteeing religious freedom, new indigenous missions are beginning to emerge throughout the Soviet Union in an effort to evangelize their own people and extend the gospel to this country’s millions of unreached people.…Read more
MOSCOW, Soviet Union (FR) – A few weeks after the Supreme Soviet legislature had voted to abolish laws which restricted religion, nearly 1000 of the nation’ evangelical church leaders gathered for the Soviet Congress on World Evangelization. This marked the…Read more
WASHINGTON, DC (FR) – In late October, Prison Fellowship, a reform ministry founded by Charles Colson, began working within the Soviet Union in order to provide a Christian presence in the Soviet prison system. Soviet citizens interested in working in…Read more
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