The Gates of Hell An Untold Story of Faith and Perseverance in the Early Soviet Union
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An Untold Story of Faith and Perseverance in the Early Soviet Union
Written by Matthew Heise
The gates of hell shall not prevail.
Decimated by war, revolution, and famine, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Russia was in critical condition in 1921. In The Gates of Hell, Matthew Heise recounts the bravery and suffering of German--Russian Lutherans during the period between the two great world wars. These stories tell of ordinary Christians who remained faithful to death in the face of state persecution.
Christians in Russia had dark days characterized by defeat, but God preserved his church. Against all human odds, the church would outlast the man--made sandcastles of communist utopianism. The Gates of Hell is a wonderful testimony to the enduring power of God's word, Christ's church, and the Spirit's faithfulness.
Hardcover with jacket, 520 pages, illustrated, notes, index
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