Buy El esbirro 1ªed.; 1ª. imp by Sergei Kourdakov, Manuel Morera Rubio (ISBN: ) Muy buen libro, se lo di a mi hijo de 15 a leer, y le fascino. El esbirro (Astor) eBook: Sergei Kourdakov, Manuel Morera Rubio: Este libro, conocido también como Forgive Me, Natasha, se ha convertido en un clásico de . known as El Esbirro in Spanish) is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov. .. Además se me hace un poco extraño que escribiendo un libro para hacer.
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It just wasn’t a book for me. He usually only caught these believers praying, singing or reading the Bible. Oh September 3,while a naval officer, he defected to Canada by jumping off of the ship he was stationed on. Oh September 3,while a naval officer, he defected to Canada by jumping off of the ship he was stationed on. Oct 17, AJ Maese rated it it was amazing.
As a violent, teenage thug, he soon found himself rising quickly through libdo ranks and gaining prestige by prosecuting a nicer term for ‘brutalizing’ or even killing the Russian Christians who quietly and secretively practiced their faith and worshipped their God hidden within their homes. And their threats on his life could not silence him.
We’re not that foolish. Felipe D Chimal rated it liked it Apr 01, During these raids he was often struck by how the Christians reacted. Run-of-the-mill murderers and thieves were nothing.
Mar 02, Dave Cox II rated it really liked it. Sergei Kourdakov was a young defector from the Soviet Union who was born on March 1, Inhe began reading the Ell of Luke and was transformed by it.
Mar 26, Luann Habecker added it. Oct 20, Mara rated it it was amazing. The constant action and wonder keep the reader wanting to come back.
This book is especially relevant because of the fact that the same tactics that were esirro to indoctrinate communist youth could still happen today.
El esbirro by Sergei Kourdakov (3 star ratings)
They are more dangerous because they work quietly in our midst, undermining the foundations of our sy “I wanted you fellows to get some experience in the job before giving you the really important assignments. But the religioznik had faith in the living God and they insisted upon dragging all that was sordid and depraved about human nature out into the light.
These were just ‘ordinary young men. El rated it liked it Jan 02, I’m not going rl get into the whys and hows of this book being a lie and how such Christian group used, and, by extension, got this poor man killed at such a young age Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. So for my part I have abandoned the idea of publishing this translation e mine until some better evidence shows up that confirms Kourdakov’s story.
It’s the Believers themselves who are the threat Though we say to ourselves ‘my enemy will never change’, it’s a hasty thought. I liked that Kourdakov saw the examples of the believers, especially Natasha, and eventually joined Christianity.
A true story well told. Trivia Fsbirro The Persecutor. Lorinda rated it liked it Oct 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Because this was about communist Russia and liibro police and the terribly violent persecutions of the believers, there are some very graphic parts. Libeo fantastic read about how Esbkrro can save even the libeo unlikely person. Alexander y Vladimir Lobreznov: Open Preview See a Problem? Not with a critical eye because then it will mean nothing. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Corso rated it liked it Jan 12, Once the illusion of communism faded, Kourdakov soon found that his belief was in what he believed communism could be and not what it really was.
Some parts of the book were so upsetting that it was hard to keep reading, but it was well worth it. I learned a couple things I did not know before, and his transformation was slightly interesting but overall I didn’t give a damn! Things had not been as ext I have read this book 2 or 3 times over and was very moved by it, even translated it to my own language.
Again, it could be the English as a 2nd language thing. Karpur Shukla rated it did not like it Apr 14, This then brings him to the next chapter in his life. All the authorities had at their disposal were threats and brute force.
The church represents no threats.