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The Persecutor (alternatively titled Forgive Me Natasha or Sergei; known as El Esbirro in Spanish) is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov. It details his early . Forgive Me, Natasha by Sergei Kourdakov, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. According to Wikipedia, the book was translated into at least fourteen different languages, sometimes titled, Forgive me, Natasha. Millions of.

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Sergei Kourdakov was a young defector from the Soviet Union who was born on March 1, Any time the party chose, the Believers could be rounded up and removed from society quickly. We don’t allow them. While Sergei Kourdakov identified himself as an Evangelical Christian during his time living in North America to the point of his death, Father Sergius Shukin, an Orthodox priest, claimed that during an interview Kourdakov revealed to him that he was an Orthodox Christian.

The first question that we have posed to this witness suggested that he had been with Sergei in the KGB. Suddenly the words leaped out of those pages and into my heart. Sergei was struck by the beauty of one girl, Natasha Zhdanova, who they found at a meeting and battered severely. March 14, at He gave a full report at a Christian Business Luncheon meeting that validated the harsh conditions. Dec 08, Ivo rated it it was ok Shelves: In this second segment, it appears that Walker was attempting to confront Bass with the evidence of which she had been convinced.

Sergei Kourdakov and the Quest for Truth

Solzheznitsyn has a few children by two different wives, if my memory serves me right. Entretenido, quitando la beatitud del texto. Kpurdakov only have to look to Hollywood for that answer. They spread their poisonous beliefs, threatening the life of our society, poisoning our children’s minds with false teaching, and undermining the doctrines of Leninism and Marxism. The witness was told that according to The Persecutorhis forvive job had been to fight with believers.


I do not claim to be an expert in this field. Thank you for sharing.

Or are you saying those were made up also? Learn how your comment data is processed. On 01 JanSergei was found dead in a hotel room in California of a gunshot wound to the head. When faced with what she saw as a mountain of evidence, she felt compelled to change her position by what she believed to be the truth. Besides, observing Sergei in the film caused me to realize how big and bulky he was in real life and how frightened I would be if I ever saw him in a dark alley way!!

The constant action and wonder keep the reader wanting to come back. Regarding the preacher in the documentary, he is actually a really good pastor. On that day he decided to quit working for the KGB and from then on began giving excuses when told to gather up men to perform raids. Only they receive kourdaoov benefits of the “system. It was terrible writing, maybe because English was this guy’s second language.

We were afraid of the aunts and uncles orphanage employees. It chronicles her short time with Sergei. After a more thorough investigation, Kourdakov’s death was ruled an accident on March 1,stating that while Nxtasha was playing with his revolver, he probably accidentally shot himself.

We call them Believers.

He was an orphan of the state and became a model youth of the state. Miriam — as I recall my own experiences and write them down, your words about elaboration come to mind!

Joe Bass, repudiated this claim. Inhe began reading the Gospel of Luke and was transformed by it. Also, what a great story about the ability of faith to change a life, change a soul, change a heart–and the unfailing love, mercy, and kindness of God. This is, at least, one of the issues I hope to probe in my new ish project on evangelical Protestantism in the post-war decades — about which I plan to blog more over the course of the coming months.


Just wanted to comment again… I spoke with a man in my church whose wife was from the Ukraine. With all of these operations occurring, news of the group began to spread throughout the public. Because there are so many!

Forgive Me, Natasha : Sergei Kourdakov :

Just as Kourdakov began looking ahead to the bright future, he was given disturbing news that he might be handed back to the Soviet government. This is not the kind of response that I would expect from someone being implicated in such a serious charge. So, she began to interview people who were named in his book, or who had firsthand kourdako of his life.

Barysevo became a camp antasha hate and fear, divided between the wardens and the children.

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This witness answered all questions directly, except those having to do with the KGB. I left immediately with them, with the warnings ringing in my ears. And what moved Sergei in the end was not just the witness of the believers, but scripture itself, which came with power even to the heart of a man who was as godless and brutal as this.

Come above the others; be a better Christian than they. Mar 02, Dave Cox II rated it really liked it. Sep 27, Raymond Martin rated it really liked it. This entry was posted in Uncategorized.