Adventist Leaders take part in INTER-FAITH roundtable talks with Russian government and other faiths

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The Seventh-day Church in Russia recently took an active part in a roundtable discussion entitled “Actual Problems in the Development of Religious Education and Science in the Russian Federation.” Oleg Goncharov, director of Religious Liberty and Public Affairs of the Adventist Church in the Euro-Asia Division region, served as a moderator of the discussion in Moscow on March 28, 2018.

The event, organized by the Russian Association for the Protection of Religious Freedom (RARS), was attended by representatives of public and religious organizations, including from the Ministry of Science and Education. Full report on Adventist News.

This comes after the President of the Adventist Church Ted Wilson attended another ecumenical meeting in Russia again meeting with leaders of different churches including the Roman Papal Catholic Church.

The Adventist Church has recently made huge strides in aligning herself with the other churches and religious movements in the name of Unity, the same supposed unity that Pope Francis has been on a world tour to promote.

It is this union of different faiths under the banner of the pagan Catholic Church that is a sure sign of the soon coming of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

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