Articles by Frank Brown



Ethnic Turf Wars in City Synagogue

Sascha L. Goluboff's ""Jewish Russians: Upheavals in a Moscow Synagogue"" provides readers with a rare glimpse into the dramatic and fractious world of Russia's Jewry.

Ethnic Turf Wars in City Synagogue

Sascha L. Goluboff's ""Jewish Russians: Upheavals in a Moscow Synagogue"" provides readers with a rare glimpse into the dramatic and fractious world of Russia's Jewry.

Behind the Lines of a Faith Divided

Tense relations between the Catholic and Orthodox churches flared last month when Pope John Paul II made a long-anticipated visit to Ukraine, the first by a pope since 1596.

Behind the Lines of a Faith Divided

Tense relations between the Catholic and Orthodox churches flared last month when Pope John Paul II made a long-anticipated visit to Ukraine, the first by a pope since 1596.

A Cross of Two Faiths

Following Jewish tradition but accepting Jesus Christ as their Savoir, Messianic Jews are a curious and controversial cross of two major religions.

A Cross of Two Faiths

Following Jewish tradition but accepting Jesus Christ as their Savoir, Messianic Jews are a curious and controversial cross of two major religions.

Methods of the Modern Fascist

After attending enough fascist demonstrations, monarchist protests and outdoor conservative Orthodox services in Moscow, you start to recognize some of the faces.

Methods of the Modern Fascist

After attending enough fascist demonstrations, monarchist protests and outdoor conservative Orthodox services in Moscow, you start to recognize some of the faces.

Remembering the Dead

Russias best-known and best-preserved dead body, Lenin, is a leading character in Catherine Merridales Night of Stone: Death and Memory in Russia.

Remembering the Dead

Russias best-known and best-preserved dead body, Lenin, is a leading character in Catherine Merridales Night of Stone: Death and Memory in Russia.

Keeping the Faith

Patriarch Filaret is arguably Ukraine's most powerful religious leader, and certainly its most colorful.

Keeping the Faith

Patriarch Filaret is arguably Ukraine's most powerful religious leader, and certainly its most colorful.

The Curse of Orthodoxy

After reading Victoria Clark's Why Angels Fall, the former Yugoslavia's hate-mongering figures make a lot more sense.

The Curse of Orthodoxy

After reading Victoria Clark's Why Angels Fall, the former Yugoslavia's hate-mongering figures make a lot more sense.

Kremlin's Greatest Murder

Protestants Distort Soviet 'Faith'

A Right Not to Fight

How the Soviets Lost the War on God

The Narrow Divide

Russia Opens Holocaust Museum

Controversy Among Baltic Crosses

Religions Hit by New Visa Rule

Tula Home to Tolstoy Estate, Unique Museums

Jewish Theater Has Odd Alter Ego

4 Local Assemblies Take Bill on Religion to Court

Byzantine Rite Keeps Its Latin Ties

Baptists, Orthodox to Join Forces On Good Friday at Conservatory

Ancient City Supplies Russia Pickled Garlic

Religions From the Edge of the World

Spreading the Word In a Gray Area