Novel new religions find followers among Russia’s disillusioned

Novel new religions find followers among Russia's disillusioned

Novel new religions find followers among Russia’s disillusioned Novel : Priest Sergei Chevalkov lit a candle before a photo of Sergei Torop in Abode of Dawn in the Siberian region in Russia. (KEVIN SULLIVAN/WASHINGTON POST) By Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post  |  July 22, 2007 ABODE OF DAWN, Russia — Six miles from the nearest road, in the vast Siberian wilderness, a bearded man in flowing white linen robes sat at his kitchen table and talked about his crucifixion at the hands of Pontius Pilate 2,000 years ago. In a voice…

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