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1901—Leo Tolstoy is excommunicated.
The Holy Synod declares that the famous writer [] defiantly stood against our Lord and Christ and His holy possessions. Tolstoy confirms that such is the case and adds, I am certain that churchs teachings are theoretically insidious and harmful lies, practically they are a collection of superstitions and sorcery, which completely conceal the meaning of the Christian faith.









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