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... to power, they attempted to weaken the influence of the Russian Orthodox Church by encouraging Baptist and Methodist missionaries ... In July 1929 Russian Baptists conducted a mass and total Baptism in the Moscow River, a month after the Soviet Congress had passed a resolution limiting religious propaganda ... In June 1942, at the height of the second world war, a plea came from the 4,000,000 Russian Baptist for Christians in the U.S ...
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