By Paul Gabel
Besides the most clash among the Russian Orthodox Church and the atheist nation, Gabel additionally considers the tensions that this crusade opposed to faith triggered in the Communist celebration. furthermore, he discusses the sour hatred dividing the Orthodox factions that refused cooperation with the govt from those who attempted to evolve the church to communism.
Was the failure of Soviet communism to remove faith easily a question of sensible miscalculation, or was once this attempt, in mild of the endurance of faith all through historical past, eventually unrealistic and doomed from the beginning? this can be the major query that Gabel's interesting, insightful narrative makes an attempt to answer.
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And God Created Lenin: Marxism vs Religion In Russia, 1917-1929: Marxism Vs. Religion in Russia, 1917-1929 by Paul Gabel