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Pew: Here’s How Badly Soviet Atheism Failed in Europe
In 18 nations across Central and Eastern Europe, religion is now essential to national identity.
What Evangelicals Living Under Putin Think of Trump
Protestants and Orthodox alike are mostly hopeful about America’s new president.
The 160-Year Christian History Behind What's Happening in Ukraine Subscriber access only
How we have misunderstood Russia, the Crimean Peninsula, and supposedly secular Europe.
Mark Hatfield on Beyond Containment: A New Vision for Superpower Relations Subscriber access only
Envisioning a new day in relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
From Russia, with Love Subscriber access only
Orthodox Metropolitan Hilarion offers evangelicals more than an olive branch.
Jesus Ball in Slovakia Subscriber access only
GoodSports reaches a culture suspicious of Christians by teaching kids how to hit an inside pitch.
Freedom Is Not Our Goal Subscriber access only
Solzhenitsyn's death reminds us about freedom's cost and biblical purpose.
Hot Words in the Cold War Subscriber access only
In his controversial "Evil Empire" speech, Ronald Reagan sought to re-moralize America's conflict with the Soviet Union.
Red Herring: Mikhail Gorbachev’s Not-Quite Conversion Subscriber access only
Asking whether the former Soviet leader is a Christian has a long history.
What to Do with a Former Communist Informant Subscriber access only
Should collaboration with persecutors be a bar to ministry? Poland's Catholics aren't the first to wonder.
Poland Bishop Crisis Likely to Worsen Subscriber access only
Plus: The clergy abuse scandal at five years, the latest on Judas Iscariot, ex-gay sheep, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Weblog Friday Update: New Catholic Archbishop of Warsaw Said to Be Communist Collaborator Subscriber access only
Plus: Religion in the new Congress, and other stories from online sources around the world.
The God Who Lives and Works and Plays in Russia Subscriber access only
Despite increasing repression, the life of Christ emerges in surprising ways.
A Russian Call to Repentance Subscriber access only
Alesksandr Solzhenitsyn returns from exile to point a way out of the Soviet quagmire.