Tag: Russian Orthodox Church
The modern world is remarkably blasé and hypocritical when is comes to who gets killed, whether by shooting, by sword, or by other means.
A new religious front has been opened in the portion of Ukraine controlled by the Kiev regime. It is an attempt to extirpate the last vestiges of “malign” Russian spiritual influence by severing the last remaining ecclesiastical link to Moscow.
Under Putin the Orthodox Church has largely resumed its pre-1917 role as the moral anchor of society. This elicits not only political opposition but a genuine and heartfelt hatred from the postmodern elites of an increasingly post-Christian West.
Unofficial contacts play a very important role in shaping bilateral relations, be it economy, international problems, arms control, cultural or religious ties. Russians and Americans may agree or disagree but they should talk. Preachers have influence.