Buy El esbirro 1ªed.; 1ª. imp by Sergei Kourdakov, Manuel Morera Rubio (ISBN: ) Muy buen libro, se lo di a mi hijo de 15 a leer, y le fascino. El esbirro (Astor) eBook: Sergei Kourdakov, Manuel Morera Rubio: Este libro, conocido también como Forgive Me, Natasha, se ha convertido en un clásico de . known as El Esbirro in Spanish) is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov. .. Además se me hace un poco extraño que escribiendo un libro para hacer.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Durante su paso por el metro, a causa de e trauma causado por el maltrato de Andrei, no confiaba en nadie, lo que le ayudo a subsistir robando un poco de comida y durmiendo en una esquina del piso. To ask other readers questions about The Persecutorplease sign up. This, Comrade Kourdakov, is why belief is our enemy, not religion. Anytime I read a biography of this sort describing the life of someone who experienced all the horrors of a tyrannical, socialist system, I have to constantly remind myself how relatively near to the present time these events occurred.

Didn’t Comrade Lenin teach us long ago that it’s not religion that we have to fear, but beliefs? This book reads like a novel and is beyond compelling.


I was expecting more of a dull, typical conversion story, but it was completely the opposite. Faith is not a cope out for being too lazy to think for oneself. Once the illusion of communism faded, Kourdakov soon found that his belief was in what he believed communism could be and not what it really was.

According to his autobiography, he persecuted countless Christians as a KGB agent while a student and youth communist leader at the Petropavlovsk Naval Academy in Eastern Russia. They are more dangerous because they work esbjrro in our midst, undermining the foundations of our system and threatening the existence of our country.

The Persecutor by Sergei Kourdakov

Those first two chapters really drew me in and kept I thought the persecuted was a great book. While there are debates about the accuracy of the book, there is no denying the emotional impact it left on me when I read it in college.


I have now placed this book in my bookshelf. Era algo mayor que Sergei, y nunca se integro verdaderamente al grupo, le gustaba estar apartado, y estaba cerca de abandonar el orfanato. It’s about a young Russian librp who persecutes Christians due to being raised believing they’re evil, then ends up becoming one and suffers because of it.

How could we invite people to God and spread our faith and keep outsiders away? One of the key reads that convinced me that faith is a poor deal. All the different things that he went through and had to experience was crazy.

Mar 17, Lena Denman rated it it was amazing. We have anti-state people who are murderers, drunkards, and prostitutes. Apr 29, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book was reasonably polished, but as this was a 1st dr I very much liked reading this book.

El esbirro by Sergei Kourdakov. Jun 24, Taylor Haney rated it it was amazing.

The Persecutor

As a result, at the very young age of 22, Sergei was murdered on the ski slopes of California. But don’t be deceived. I learned a couple things I did not know before, and his transformation was slightly interesting but overall I didn’t give a damn! Because of course if he didn’t, there wouldn’t be much of a resolution to the story.

Maestra del Numero Uno: We do not know what God intends and he can change all men through Grace the way he saved Paul or the way he saved Sergei.

Sergei Kourdakov was a young defector from the Soviet Union who was born on March 1, Avoid at all costs. I do wish he spoke more of his conversion. Sergei’s exposure to the Believers eventually caused him to doubt the l This is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov, raised as an orphan in Russia who found his identity and ‘family’ in the Communist Party.

It was terrible writing, may I had to read this book for school since we are studying autobiographies and it super okay. They had to be stopped. Open Preview See a Problem? It has a very good pace and all the facts given are relevant and add to the narrative of Sergei Kourdakov’s life. Because this was about communist Russia and secret police and the terribly violent persecutions of the believers, there are some very graphic parts.


He usually only caught these believers praying, singing or reading the Bible. Return to Book Page. From then on he decides the give up the police force, however they don’t want to let go of him.

He had not been free from Russia very long. Andrew rated it liked it Jul 20, I am glad that I was able to read this book and learn about this mans life. Trivia About The Persecutor.

No trivia or quizzes yet. I only got halfway through Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “The Gulag Archipelago” The book librk a testimony and though to nearly the end there is a tension – When will it happen – When will he know God?!

However, after encountering Natasha, not The Persecutor was a fantastic read of an atheist, leader of the Communist Youth League and leader of a secret police force that performed over raids on believers. I really enjoyed this book. What he comes to find out is that the activities of either are very much the same. The more secret meetings of these enemies-of-the-state that Sergie raided, the more he questioned what he was doing.

His journey is a long one, with much terror and destruction left in his wake as he resists the pull of God on his life. This narrative was sl intriguing insight into Soviet Russia and the way they thought.