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S3:E6 History of The Russian Church

S3:E6 History of The Russian Church

“We did our best, but it turned out as it always does.”

Kind of a dark statement, no? It is a popular Russian phrase that kind of encapsulates the spirit of Russian history. People who try hard to make a change, but that change is not exactly great. In this episode of the Truce Podcast, we spoke with Jennifer Eremeeva, author of the excellent book, “Have Personality Disorder, Will Rule Russia” about the history of the Russian Christian church.

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S3: E5 A Russian Christmas

S3: E5 A Russian Christmas

Christmas and New Years can be a stressful time for us. But what if you had to celebrate two Christmas’ and two Years’? Our special guest Jennifer Eremeeva (author of Have Personality Disorder Will Rule Russia) is an American married to a Russian. Each year they have the potential of four holidays in less than a month. But why?

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S3:E4 Rasputin

S3:E4 Rasputin

The rogue monk who may have changed history as we know it. How much influence did he have over Tsar Nicholas II? His wife?

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S3:E3 The Fall of the Romanovs

S3:E3 The Fall of the Romanovs

n this episode we follow the abdication of Nicholas II to the untimely end of him and his family. Theirs was just the first of a long string of murders that would elevate Lenin and Stalin to power.

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S2:E35 The Faith of Napoleon Bonaparte

S2:E35 The Faith of Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon Bonaparte. No question he was a military genius and was partially responsible for modernizing Europe. But there are some things we just aren't sure about. Like, was Napoleon a Christian, a Muslim, or a poser? In this, the final episode of season 2, we're...

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S2:E35 We Are the 99%

S2:E35 We Are the 99%

Remember Occupy Wall Street? That movement from the early 2000's caused a stir after the financial crisis of 2007-2008. They demanded that the people responsible for the crash be punished for their actions. We in the Christian church often struggle with the rich-- how...

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