by Richard WurmbrandA disturbing book, on several levels. On the one hand, these are translations of news articles "exposing" what Christians were doing and reporting on trials of Christians, which appeared in the Soviet press in the 1950s and 1960s. The anti-religious propaganda sounds at times remarkably similar to articles which have appeared in sections of the press in the West, especially in the past decade or so.
At the same time, in his preface and conclusion, Wormbrand pulls no punches. At points in the preface, he seems still to struggle with anger from the experiences suffered by Christians in these situations. This is partly redeemed in the epilogue, where Wormbrand's focus is once again on walking in the opposite spirit and loving those who have oppressed us.
It's a difficult book to find, but worth the effort.
|Title||Underground Saints (The Communists Persecution of Christians, 1st)|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||2.8 Mb|
|Book rating||4.14 (7 votes)