15 October 1997span> Spiritual expansionism has seeped to Azerbaijan from neighboring Russia, where a slew of representatives from “nontraditional” religions have been spreading their message and rousing the ire of the Orthodox Church to the point where Russian lawmakers recently introduced a bill that would officially recognize only “traditional” religions. In Azerbaijan, where 93 percent […]

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