Russian Visitors in ITC Chapel
Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection
Bishop Nikolai and Archimandrite Pitirni are two missionaries from Russia who along with a three other teams travelled across the United States to discuss Christian conditions in Russia and to shed light on some of the hardships Russian Christians undergo on a daily basis. The session, aided by a translator, begins with an introduction of the visitors. Bishop Nikolai discusses what the seminar curriculum in Russia consists of as well as the daily routine for students. The archimandrite informs the audience that the church and government are separate in the Soviet Union; therefore, church activities are financially supported by the believers. The audio ends with a question and answer session with the visitors, ITC administration, and students followed by a benediction.
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Nikolai, Bishop and Pitirni, Archimandrite, "Russian Visitors in ITC Chapel" (1963). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 9.