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مُساهمةموضوع: Oct. 23, 2015 The surprising rise of Christianity in Russia By Stephen K. Ryan The rise of Christianity in   الأحد 25 أكتوبر 2015, 10:48 pm

Oct. 23, 2015
  
The surprising rise of Christianity in Russia
 
By Stephen K. Ryan
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The rise of Christianity in Russia leads to an epic conflict with the West – “The Madonna Files” is the prophetic book of our times.
With America clearly in mind, Vladimir Putin recently declared: “In many countries today, moral and ethical norms are being reconsidered. They’re now requiring not only the proper acknowledgment of freedom of conscience, political views and private life, but also the mandatory acknowledgment of the equality of good and evil.” Putin believes in sin and that morality is not a relative moving target that is determined by the dominate culture of the time. In Putin’s world – his Christian world – there are consequences to moral behavior – there is a right and a wrong.
Putin’s words on faith have surprised the world. Media, including conservative religious magazines, find it hard to believe that Russian society is transforming into a Christian nation.
Perhaps the great untold story about the crisis in Syria is how American foreign policy actually puts the minority Christians in harms way. The Catholic Herald writes: “There’s something especially sinister about the way our governments have followed a Wahhabi-led scheme to overthrow a secular dictatorship, a revolution that would almost certainly endanger Christians in the land of St Paul.” The demonized Assad regime has actually been the protector of the Christian minority for decades. The Catholic Herald asks “Will Putin’s Holy War Save Syrian Christians.”
While Russian leaders were attending Church services, halfway around the world Obama struggles to find a church for his family. According to the Chicago Tribune President Barack Obama has not attended a public church service since his election.
While religious freedoms are under attack in the USA, Russia is investing $100 million to rebuild churches throughout the country. Money to rebuild these houses of worship is coming from Russian taxpayers. Such a thing is unthinkable in the US. Imagine US media reaction if President Obama were to decide to invest $100 million US taxpayer dollars in such projects.
Russia’s turn to Christianity is virtually unknown in the US. Many Christian leaders are oblivious to what is happening in Russia. Pastors Pat Robertson and John Hagee still believe Russia is an atheist, Communist country and these prominent End-Times Christian pastors are raising money and rattling their sabers to go to war against the Godless state.
Further to the surprise of many Americans, particularly Evangelical Christians, Vladimir Putin carries a Christian cross with him at all times. Vladimir Putin has frequently praised the Russian Orthodox Church for “educating citizens in a spirit of patriotism and love of country, passing on love for spiritual values and history.” For his part, Russian Patriarch Kirill said that he hoped that the Lord would help Putin “in performing the high task God gave him.” Kirill also praised the prime minister for the way Putin managed the economic crisis, which has had a greater impact in Russia than elsewhere in the world.

Christian influence penetrates the Russian Military
Online News Magazine “Vocative” writes “For all the talk about how Soviet-style repression has returned to Russia under President Vladimir Putin, one thing that’s decidedly not a throwback is the role of the Russian Orthodox Church. To the dismay of critics, the church’s power has grown immensely over the past few years as Putin has reached out to Russia’s conservative heartland for support. In the Soviet era, publicly saying that you believe in God was a surefire way to ruin your career, or at worst, earn a one-way ticket to the Gulag. But today, priests regularly sprinkle Russian space rockets with holy water ahead of liftoff, while the Orthodox Church has even held a religious service in honor of the nation’s stockpile of nuclear weapons.”
US Air Force Dumps “So help me God”, Russian Air Force Gives Jet Fighter to Head of Orthodox Church as “Gift”
Interfax reported that Patriarch Kirill told the Strategic Missile Forces Academy in Moscow “…that in the last ten years many garrison churches and Sunday schools have opened in secret military towns of Russia.” Patriarch Kirill awarded the Special Strategic Missile Forces a pennant with the image of the Holy Great Martyr Barbara, the heavenly protector of the branch.
Is the Russian Government building a deeply a Christian society? It’s hard to say but the image below reveal a startling reality of faith in Russia.
Also Read about the New Russian Public Holiday Marking the adoption of Christianity in Russia click here
 

Images of Orthodox Priests Blessing Russia’s war Machine
 

 
 
 
 
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