Sergei Kourdakov’s family background was centered on loyalty to the government. His grandfather and father both served their government. His grandfather was put in a concentration camp(where he died) because he opposed the new government. His father was killed when a new ruler wanted to get rid of the people who were loyal to the… Continue reading Sergei Kourdakov’s Autobiography
Kourdakov employed many literary techniques, such as using contrasts, to make his autobiography more interesting. There was one contrast that was very striking. When he tells of his encounter with the Communist Party officials in his area, it shocked him to see what they really were like. Instead of being the officials who had their… Continue reading Kourdakov’s Contrasting Narrative
In Sergei Kourdakov’s autobiography he tells of the story when, as a KGB officer, he and his men raided a Christian assembly It turned out to be a disaster because, instead of being the bold KGB officers that they were, they timidly arrested two of the pastors. Their superior told them to rough up the Christians,… Continue reading Events That Lead to Kordakov’s Failed Assignment
The issue of who should have the authority to set prices, the free market or the state, is very important. If the government starts declaring what the prices should be, then both the customer and the businessman is at a loss. Who would better know the wants and needs of the customers? Some politician in Washington or the local businessman? When… Continue reading The Free Market Leads to Flourishing Economy
Since we know that “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights” (James 1:17), we know that wealth like any other gift is a blessing from God. Even though some use their wealth for evil purposes, we know that many use it to bless mankind.… Continue reading Moral Wealth
“A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have.”- Thomas Jefferson Oftentimes you will hear people say “We need the government to supply social security to feed the poor” or “The government should provide free rural transportation”, and so on. This idea is… Continue reading A Lesson From Thomas Jefferson
Something you might like to read. I really enjoyed it. By Dr. Gary North Jail and School.