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Title
Tallinskoye probuzhdeniye - MTSKHL = Tallinn awakening - ICCL, ca. 2005
Таллинское пробуждение - МЦХЛ, 2005?
Creator
Anatolii Petrovich, bishop, interviewee
Valentina Ivanovna, interviewee
Yura (Yuriy), interviewee
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 2005
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Archive
Rights Information
Contact: Oleg Bornovolokov, oleguets@ukr.net
Library, Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary, UETS, 57 Gamarnika St. Kiev-04075, Ukraine
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary. Library of UETS
oleguets@ukr.net or sergeilf@gmail.com
Description
Interview regarding the "Tallinskoye probuzhdeniye - Mezhdunarodnyy Tsentr Khristianskogo Liderstva (MTSKHL)" [Tallinn awakening - International Council for Christian Leadership (ICCL)], in Estonia, c.2005. Three Pentecostal Christians (Bishop Anatolii Petrovich, Valentina Ivanovna, Yuria (Yuriy)) talk about the rebirth of the Charismatic Movement in the USSR in 1970s. Originally centered in Tallinn, Estonia, USSR it moved later to Ukraine where it attracted tens of thousands of followers. The interviewer asks questions in English which are then translated into Russian by a translator , for the interviewees to respond in Russian which, in turn, are translated into English for the interviewer. [Description English/roman)]
Интервью по поводу "[Таллинне пробуждение - Международный центр христианского лидерства (МЦХЛ), в Эстонии, {date?}. Интервьюер ({name}) задает вопросы на английском языке, которые затем переведены на русский язык переводчиком ({name}), для собеседника ({name}) реагировать на русском которая, в свою очередь, переводится на английский язык для интервьюера. [Description (original non-English/roman language/script)]
Type
sound
Format
1 sound file (2:12:22)
interviews
Identifier
pcra-uets-03-TallinskoyeProbuzhdeniyeMTSKHL.mp3
http://doi.org/10.25549/pcra-c14-184050
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/mp3.jpg
Language
Russian
English
Subject
Anatolii Petrovich, bishop
Valentina Ivanovna
Yura (Yuriy)
Nazar, reverend
Madava (Modava?), Henry
Niolaenko, Stanislav "Stasik", brother
Rain, brother
Ryakhoivsky, father
Ozeruga, Sergey
Voronaev, Ivan Efimovich
Воронаев, Иван Ефимович
Schmidt, Gustav
Ponochko, bishop
Mel'nik, Nikolai Adamovich
Sunday, pastor
Simon, doctor
Keman, Ulf, minister
Ledyaev, Aleksei, revrend
Reshetinskii, Valerii
Gustav, Karl, referend
Pyotr Andreevich, reverend
Shcherbakov, Oleg
Reuta, Sergey
Slivka, Viktor, bishop
Kaminskii, Nikolai Martyanovich, bishop
Pentecostalism
Evangelic Churches, Tallinn Movement
Healing by praying
Prayers for freedom in the USSR
Prophecy about drugs
Prophecy about mass healing by praying
Mass healing in the village of Mayaki, Odessa Oblast’
Religious writings and Scriptures
Religious services and prayers in Tallinn, Estonia
“Underground churches” of modern times
Voronaev movement
History of the Tallinn Movement and Pentecostal Church in Eastern Europe and the USSR
New religious movements in the post-Soviet Ukraine
Ukraine – the center of religious awakening
Charismatic churches and movement in modern Ukraine
Rapidly growing number of Charismatic churches in modern Ukraine
History of the Pentecostal movement in the USSR and the post-Soviet period: Finland – Tallinn – Tartu – Tartu Bible School – Ukraine (1978 – present)
Migration of the Pentecostal Christians from the USSR to the USA
Spontaneous growth of Charismatic churches in Ukraine in the 2000s
American and other foreign missionaries in the Ukraine. New Pentecostal churches in Ukraine: “Oasis”, “Na Kuryernoi”(Kiev), “Forest”(a church and a Bible school near Kiev), “Obukhov”, “Pobeda” and “Zhivoe Slovo”
Time Period
1950/1959
1970/1980
1982
1987
1989/1994
2000
2005
Place
Estonia
Ukraine
Soviet Union
Latvia
Russia
Belarus
Sweden
Lithuania
Tallinn
Oleviste
Kiev
Berdichev
Odessa
Obukhov
Korosten'
Zhitomir
Kharkov
Belyaevka
Lugansk
Malin
Mayaki
Riga
Boyarka
Uppsala
Tartu
Vilnius
West Ukraine
Odessa Oblast'
St. Petersburg Region
Source
pcra-uets-m184050 [Legacy record ID]
Relation
Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Archive
Testimony
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary, Kyiv, Ukraine

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