Preaching to a Strange Nation

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Western Evangelism and Russia

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The Law on Religion passed this year by the Russian State Duma restricts the activities of "non-traditional" religions (Russian Orthodoxy, Judaism, Islam, and Catholicism were accorded "traditional" status), requiring a religious group to have been active in Russia for 15 years before acquiring certain legal rights, such as the right to own property.

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