The government is trying to break the Church through the knee.

In Ukraine returned Soviet attitude to the Church, said Sergei Komarov

In Ukraine, paradoxically, you can sell “Mein Kampf” and to search the priests, noted theologian Sergei Komarov.

Ukrainian authorities are “inciting hatred” in the homes of the priests, but the focus can not see it in the insulting speeches of politicians and grips the temples of the UOC. This was stated by the theologian Sergei Komarov in the author’s program “heart to heart” with “Person the Bread”.

“What are you looking for the SBU in the temples and houses of priests? – asks the Mosquitoes. – One can only wonder: forbidden literature. Here we thought it was left in the Soviet past, but no. Really now, Bishop Paul found forbidden literature. Found the brochure under the name “Ukrainian Orthodox Church: relations with the state””.

The Evangelist said he knows the brochure and does not find in it anything criminal.

“There adequately, peaceful, sober outlines the Church’s position on contemporary events, – said the expert. – However, the SBU has recognized that the brochure a book that incites religious hatred. Well. Based on this logic, you can prevent a discipline which can be read in seminaries. For example, apologetics, comparative theology, rasolomanana, sect studies. After all there all the time to talk about right and wrong doctrine. You can deny the Bible because of the Bible we take concepts such as heretic, heresy, false teachers.”

However, as the Mosquito, in the insulting speeches of politicians to the UPC one finds no signs of “religious hatred”.

“The President, Ukrainian politicians constantly insult the Church and her bishops, and that, too, it is not considered to be fomented religious hatred. “Mein Kampf” of Hitler is sold on the layouts is totally free and it also does not apply to incitement to hatred… And here’s to you, a brochure about the attitude of the Orthodox Church to the state is inciting religious hatred,” – said Komarov.

Recall, December 3, searches were held in cathedrals, rooms, temples and houses of priests Zhytomyr and Ovruch dioceses of the UOC.


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