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During these raids he was often struck by how ell Christians reacted. Tal vez te pueda interesar: The first draft of this book was finished shortly before his sudden death on January 1, The more secret meetings of these enemies-of-the-state that Sergie raided, the more he questioned what he was doing.
El esbirro by Sergei Kourdakov (1 star ratings)
Libo 18, Anzhelika rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: When you read the story’s and you see how they intertwine together you also see the presence of God working in his life. Kourdakov later converted to Evangelical Christianity, moved to the United States, and joined Underground Evangelism, an organization that smuggled Bibles and other religious materials into the Soviet Union.
Found this book as a child and remember not putting it down until I finished it Because there are so many! He says he did not know ‘how’ to pray, but expressed himself openly to God and found Him. According to his autobiography, he persecuted countless Christians as a KGB agent while a student and youth communist leader at the Petropavlovsk Naval Academy in Eastern Russia.
Inhe began reading the Gospel of Luke and was transformed by it. I found it later and finally read it in its entirety. During this time Christianity was persecuted. Your relationship with God is a private one.
An American journalist of a local paper in some town in Texas took a trip til Russia accompanied by a camera guy and found many of the people mentioned in the book. Want to Read saving…. His involvement at the higher levels of the government and military meant he had many secrets that they wanted protected at all cost.
Oh September 3,while a naval officer, he defected t Sergei Kourdakov was a young defector from the Soviet Union who was essbirro on March 1, The writing was so disjointed it was hard to read. Though we say to ourselves ‘my enemy will never change’, it’s a hasty thought. Andrew rated it liked it Jul 20, When I got about halfway through the book some parents complained to the school about the content and we were told to stop reading the book and turn it back in to our teacher.
This book reads like a novel and is beyond compelling. One thing that I like about this book is that it is a true story, written by the guy himself, and it just amazes me how much he went through from being a young esbifro to when he was in his early 20s and later.
The Persecutor by Sergei Kourdakov
Open Preview See a Problem? Comrade Lenin once said that we can close the churches and put the leaders in jail, but it’s very hard to drive faith and belief from the heart of a man once he is contaminated by them.
Alice rated it liked it Feb 28, Didn’t Comrade Lenin teach us long ago that it’s not religion that we have to fear, but beliefs? To say that I liked it however, is not to say I liked the difficult parts – but they were not so exposed, as they were in the ‘Gulag’ and so I could endure it.
Jan 12, FaeryMeganChase rated it it was amazing. But ezbirro in the case of most who become disenfranchised with reality, he gradually realized only the ruthless and manipulative rise to the top.
But these people, these religioznikthreatened to topple the entire system. These are the religiozniki, the religious Believers.
Only they receive the benefits of the “system. One of the rsbirro reads that convinced me that faith is a poor deal. Paperbackpages.
Paperbackpages. This is a book about a secret police guy in communist Russia and he is persecuting Christians. Apr 10, Scott rated it really liked it. Threatened with deportment back to Russia, Sergei finally was given citizenship in Canada where he wrote this book so the truth of what was happening in Russia would be known by the world. He was a highly regarded soldier in the Soviet Military.
I will never forget you Sergei, thank you for sharing with us this wonderful book of your life.
Rhio Mawie rated it did not like it Oct 06, But of course, they did. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.