Evangelicals & Catholics—Beyond <TS 04.02, Feature—25,100>A Short Story of Antichrist by Vladimir Solovyev
A Short Story of Antichrist
by Vladimir Solovyev
Part 2: The Conclusion
He paused and waited. There was a low murmur in the temple. The members of
the council were whispering among themselves. Pope Peter, warmly gesticulating,
was explaining something to those around him. Professor Pauli was shaking his
head and fiercely smacking his lips. The Elder John, bending down to an Eastern
bishop and a grey friar, was quietly admonishing them in a low voice. After
waiting for a few minutes the emperor addressed the council in the same kind
voice, though now there was a hardly perceptible note of irony in it: “Dear
Christians,” he said, “I understand how difficu . . .
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