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My Religion

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Length: 198 pages4 hours

Summary

Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoi (Leo Tolstoy) (1828-1910), was a Russian author and moral philosopher. Tolstoy is regarded as one of the world's greatest writers and is perhaps best known for his novels "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina."

Later in life, Tolstoy formulated a unique Christian philosophy based upon the teachings of Jesus, and rejected the institutional doctrine of the Church. These convictions made a profound impact on his life and are reflected in his writings after the year c.1880.

"My Religion" is a comprehensive exposition of this newfound faith, where Tolstoy lays out in detail every important aspect of his belief, and strives to explain the true meaning of Christ's message, and where the Church has strayed from the Word of God.

This edition of "My Religion," from Scriptoria Books, is an authentic reproduction of the Huntington Smith translation. It has been transcribed word for word and formatted for print and digital media.

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