Baptist Andrei Ivanovich( Spiritual Writer)
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Biography Baptist Andrei Ivanovich
At the end of the course in St. Petersburg Theological Academy, took the chair in her general civil stories. His lectures Baptist proved that the civil history can have high educational value for scholars, if the take out of the framework retelling of the soil philosophical exposition. From 1874 to 1881. John the Baptist was the editor of the Christian reader, and since 1875. - And based his "Church Herald". In the opinion of the Baptist founded auxiliary pension fund for teachers academy. Articles Baptist, for the most apologetic content (eg, "The place and importance of miracles in the system of Christianity," under the pseudonym A. Ramushevskogo, "Unbelief itself and in the annex to the truth of God's existence and Christianity", "Strauss and his critics on the characteristics of the evangelists, and others), at one time gave a vivid coloring books academic journal. In his public lectures Baptist opposed to dragging Western rationalist theories, the result of these lectures was the book "What is reasonable: belief or disbelief?" (St. Petersburg, 1864). In the 70 years of John the Baptist was one of the main staff of the newspaper "The Exchange Gazette, which led the department of internal and foreign policy. Other works Baptist: "The need priesthood, . against bespopovtsev "(Saint-Petersburg, . 1861), . "In Defense of the Russian Orthodox clergy from contemporary accusations and complaints", . "Atheism and national development" (ib., . 1881), . "On the origin and development of religion" (ib., . 1883), . "The theocratic principle of Islam and the consequences of this for Muslims and Christians", . "Roman catacombs after the latest research in which Russia" (ib., . 1883),
. This Baptist "Jesus Christ and the history of mankind" ( "Christian Reading", I, 1874) is a confession of faith as a Baptist historian. See. A. Lopukhin "In memory of Professor AI. Baptist ( "The Church Gazette, 1893," 19 and 21), and. Chistovich St. Petersburg Theological Academy in the past 30 years "(St. Petersburg, 1889)," The Church Gazette, 1893,? 20 (obituary Baptist).