139. “The Insanity Of God: A True Story Of Faith Resurrected” By Nik Ripken

139. “. . . He lived just down the street from the church where we were interviewing at the time. Up four flights of screening stairs and a tiny apartment, we met with a white haired, stooped over shell of a man. It was clear that earlier in his life he cast a long shadow. He invited us into his apartment. The aged furnishings made it look like a museum. Tavion, the old man who lived there, took us back in time as he recounted his personal history. He said that during the during the days of Soviet occupation, in the post World War 2 decade before his country established its own Communist government, he had been a part of a charismatic underground movement that rose from within the country’s orthodox church. . .” ~ Nik Ripken

“(From Insanity of God) We Must Not” ~ Selah

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