Russian comics

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  1. Baptistas

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    Thanks, Baptistas!!

    I was just a few months old when this was originally published, in 1953.

    Was this originally published in Russian, and translated to English?
     
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    I think it was originally published now. It seems to be a depiction of an event that occured in 1953.
     
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    baptistteacher and James_Newman - yes.
     
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    You can even talk to the artist himself at www.christiancomics.net! Its brand new, and our fellowship is great (I refrain from continuing in the fear that it could be considered spam)!
     
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    UnchartedSpirit, Thanks! I there on a regular basis appear!
     
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    When I was a young boy in 1970s, I heard about the sufferings of Christians in Russia. I wanted to go to them, to help them. I prayed for them. And then, God be praised!, the Soviet Union fell, and Christians had new freedom! But still I remember that for most of my life, I had wanted to go to the Christians in Russia.

    I took a few classes in Russian language and culture, but I still cannot speak or read it. I am even forgetting how to pronounce the letters, because I rarely look at them anymore.
     
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