The Religious Picture Today in the Soviet Union
- Extra Reading
Richard Chartres looks in detail at a number of contemporary developments concerning the Soviet Union's Council for Religious Affairs. He considers the resurgence of Islam in Central Asian republics, Baptist advances in the Ukraine, and the sense of a religious 'Renaissance' among young, urban intellectuals in the USSR.
This lecture is part of Richard Chartres' series on Religion in Russia on the Eve of the Millennium. The other lectures in this series are:
The Russian Orthodox Church Before the Revolution
The Christian Church in the Soviet Period
This event was on Thu, 25 Jun 1987
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