The Caucasian Church is flourishing
When I think of Caucasians I think first of Stalin, who was probably the most famous Caucasian of the last century or two, the former seminarian who tried to destroy the Church and propagate atheism. Under his rule more than 200000 clergy and monastics were killed, and many more were sent to concentration camps.
But what is happening in his homeland, Georgia, today?
What is happening to the Christian faith he once tried to destroy?
The Church is flourishing, that’s what.
Read all about it in Notes from a CommonplaceBook, travellers tales, with beautiful pictures, of a recent visit to Georgia.