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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Forgive Me, Natasha by Kourdakov, Sergei
Read Sergei’s story, it may help you in your hour of doubt. All the authorities had at their disposal were threats and brute force.
Eventually, she reached the conclusion that Sergei had lied about his past and his autobiography had been embellished. Kourdakov later wrote in his autobiography about his experience when reading the book for the natxsha time:. I am glad that I was able to read this book and learn about this mans life. This was not a serious indictment. I would add that I am a bible believing born again Christian. If he were a fraud, WHY would he risk his life to perpetuate that fraud?
It is my belief that people use avoidance when the truth of some questions are uncomfortable to provide. Well, they should have called me — I myself could point them to people I personally know who have been healed of serious and incurable diseases as fellow Christians prayed for them.
I just didn’t care after a while.
Forgive me, Natasha and Sergei!
Until then, I thought the documentary would establish and verify the truth of the story and m as the forerunner to an epic film. At the age of six, he decided to run away after Andrei tried to kill him by shoving his head into a filled bathtub. During this time he began to display many rapid eye blinks, suggesting stress. Interview 4 — Yuri Berestennikov.
Amazingly he made it to the shore, and set about building a new free life, finding help in spiritual matters from the pastor of a Ukrainian church. The witness avoided the question and went on a small rant about how anything can be made into a book another red flag. In his book, Kourdakov quoted Azarov on the use of printed material: I separated each of these interviews into smaller video segments so that I could watch them closely and in slow motion. Bought it and immediately really, I was reading while walking on my way from the bookstore to the train station begin to read it.
Learn how your comment data is processed. But they kept discovering her at other meetings too, and in fact he beat her himself one time, repeatedly until he was exhausted. The whole thing could not be made up.
By Julythe group had accumulated many handwritten religious texts. It rings with sincerity and is a very believable account.
The Persecutor by Sergei Kourdakov
He looked like somebody that could frighten elderly people and small children!! Kourdakpv really just wanted to love the book as much as I did before, so much so that I was willing to forego the lies and give it a few more stars but, the truth is, it is poorly written.
When Alex demanded kkourdakov he get out of the way, Victor said, “Alex, I’m telling you, don’t touch her!
Perhaps she needed to qualify her remark. What actually happened to Natasha Zhdanova? I had to read this book for school since we are studying autobiographies and it super okay.
A fantastic read about how God can save even the most unlikely person. While it may have been a noble idea, it strikes me as naive of anyone to think they could create a documentary favorable to Christianity based largely upon the testimony of those living under the control of Communist authorities.
Fear and intimidation were and are very much a factor of Russian life. Aug 08, Bethany B. The more secret meetings of these enemies-of-the-state that Sergie raided, the more he questioned what he was doing.
Her response was genuine. Sergei’s exposure to the Believers eventually caused him to doubt the l This is the forgiv of Sergei Kourdakov, raised as an orphan in Russia who found his identity and ‘family’ in the Communist Party. There, he asked to be transferred to a ship near the United States coast, a request that was approved.