Church in the 19th Century - Part 21 - Dostoevsky and The Mystery Of Russia

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Fyodor Dostoevsky is one of the great religious and counterrevolutionary writers of the nineteenth century. He saw Russia and Russian Orthodoxy as being central to the battle for Christianity and Order. Why? Dr. David Allen White, through commentary on his novels, discusses Dostoevsky's Slavic mysticism, dislike of Roman Catholicism, and loathing of modern Leftism and Nihilism. Taken from: Phoenix in a Fiery World: Church in the 19th Century - 1999 VonHildebrand Institute

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