Comments on: Does McCain see real faith factor in Russia-Georgia conflict? Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: Tom Heneghan Tue, 19 Aug 2008 13:16:50 +0000 Saint, could you please clarify your reference to “which troops exactly Putin sent into Georgia”? It sounds like you see a religion angle there but it’s not clear what it is.

By: Bobby Tue, 19 Aug 2008 12:40:59 +0000 Putin a Christian?Hmmmmm….

By: saint Tue, 19 Aug 2008 12:12:49 +0000 I’ll have to echo Matt a bit here. This doesn’t mean there isn’t a religious angle. You may just care to note which troops exactlyy Putin sent into Georgia…

By: Matt Mon, 18 Aug 2008 21:29:04 +0000 Thank you, Reuters, for once again showing your utter disdain for history in favor of the leftist angle du jour.

I’ll sum up what I said before.

Heneghan’s claim that the Russian Orthodox Church has resumed its pre-communism role there is seriously flawed. Seventy-five years, hundreds of torched churches, ten-million plus murdered by followers of the same violently secular ideology that is puffing out its chest today. Putin’s storm troopers threatening destruction in Georgia if they don’t cede their borders are the same thugs who extinguished through murder and arson the presence of Christianity in Russia.

It is making a comeback, but Dreher’s claim that Russia “has been” Christian for 1,000 years turns a blind eye to 3/4ths of a century of the persecution of individuals’ beliefs.

Those truly interested in being educated on the subject should read The Forgotten: Catholics of the Soviet Empire from Lenin Through Stalin, by Fr. Christopher Lawrence Zugger.

By: Michael Cecil Mon, 18 Aug 2008 20:04:36 +0000 It is irrelevant how McCain perceives the conflict between Georgia and Russia.

What *is* important is that, IRRESPECTIVE of how this conflict is perceived by any of the politicians, Georgia, the United States and the Israel are iterations of the “king of the South”; and Russia, South Ossetia, Syria and Iran are iterations of the “king of the North” in the fractal Prophecies of Daniel 11:40-45. That is, Georgia’s attack upon South Ossetia and Russia’s retaliation consist of a small-scale macro-iteration of Daniel 11:40.

But this is only the beginning.

It is the nature of fractal Prophecies to iterate.

Michael Cecil