RE: Fw: [orthodox-synod] FW: National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the V...
- Yes. These guys give Vladimirs a bad name!
Fr. Vladimir Boikov
My father is a Vladimir, my father-in-law is a Vladimir, and my son is a
From: David C Straut [mailto:frdstraut@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 11:35 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: [orthodox-synod] FW: National Day of Prayer and
Remembrance for the V...
I just feel that it is a shame that one hate-filled irrational post from
Vladimir Kozyreff has elicited another hate-filled irrational post from
Vladimir Hindrichs! When are you two (and those who think like you two)
going to wake up from your ideological dreaming and face reality.
We are supposed to be Christians, for heaven's sake, Orthodox Christians!
"Let us love one another that with one mind we may confess: Father, Son,
and Holy Spirit, the Trinity one in essence and indivisible." Why don't
we try to imitate our Creator Who is Love, one in essence, and
indivisible. Hasn't this tragedy taught us anything about the shortness
of life and how at any time we may be called to stand before the dread
judgment seat of Christ. The Saviour has taught us, "By your words shall
ye be justified and by your words shall ye be condemned."
I hope that the Vladimirs will both learn from their heavenly Patron who
turned from a ravening wolf into Christ's own lamb.
Please forgive me for my own hypocrisy.
Priest David Straut
St Elizabeth the New-Martyr Orthodox Church (ROCOR)
Somerville, New Jersey U.S.A.
Priest David Straut
The Orthodox Church of St Elizabeth the New-Martyr (ROCOR)
88 Eastern Avenue
Somerville, New Jersey 08876
On Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:16:49 EDT antiquariu@... writes:
> In a message dated 17-Sep-01 10:39:37 AM Eastern Daylight Time,Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
> vladimir.kozyreff@... tediously underscores what is wrong with
> ROCOR mind set:
> <<BIG SNIP Follows>>
> Dear Vladimir and for that matter, anyone else who shares his
> ideology. I, for one, will unite with my President and my country
> in prayer
> and in support of our common weal. If the President's call for
> prayer is
> something offensive to you, don't participate. And if I am being
> less than
> Orthodox because I do not subscribe to your idiotic prattle, then
> have me
> excommunicated. I do not want to belong to a Russian social club
> by senile jerks who think its more important to be Russian than it
> is to be
> Christian.You disgust me with your perverse attitude, narrow
> and total lack of comprehension of the world. There is no masonic
> in the United States, and just because some senile monks of the last
> thought to see such things, does not make it so.
> No one particularly cares what your problems were with the United
> One does have to wonder, though, why you came here to begin with.
> Why aren't
> you back in Russia, that well-spring of all that is good and
> I don't think I will ever finally comprehend the real reason why
> Russians --
> despite their broad, all-encompassing ability to screw up almost
> anything --
> consider themselves to be God's chosen people. At best, you are
> At worst, you will have to come to terms with our Maker for your
> Honi soit qui mal y pense...
> Vladimir Hindrichs
> Washington DC
> PS. Last time I checked, "Orthodox" meant "right believing," not
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