11 March 2014, 17:40
Navalny's ally in Petersburg asks to recognize the Bible extremist literature
Moscow, March 11, Interfax - Arkady Chaplygin, secretary for St. Petersburg branch of Alexey Navalny's Progress Party complained to the Prosecutor's Office of the Holy Scripture.
"I turned to six district Prosecutor's Offices in St. Petersburg and its region about including corresponding notions. I will try to achieve if not recognizing the Bible extremist literature, then as minimum a ban on its spreading among the underage," Chaplygin writes in his blog.
He said "it is impossible to act otherwise with engirdled professional believers today."
Chaplygin confesses that he deeply respects ethic teaching of Christ and admires "deeds of great Orthodox saints."
However, he further says, today the Orthodox Church has turned in "something average between the ideological department of the Communist Party's Central Committee and a branch of state security in frock" that preaches "musty morals of two-thousand-year-old exposure."
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