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:: August 20, 2002 ::
"Jesus" is back, and he's in Siberia

Another cult leader thinks he's Jesus and this one has 4,000 Russians who believe him, reports the London Telegraph. The followers of Sergei Torop have gathered from all over Russia to meet the man who says, "I am Jesus Christ...It was prophesied that I would return to finish what I started." But unlike Jesus of the New Testament, this "Redeemer" has a wife and six children. I wonder which one is Jesus Jr.?

Russia is experiencing a virutual "Renaissance," regarding cults and sects.

[Posted by Rick Ross at 04:20 PM][Link]

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