A true story of a young Christian man in the Red Army in the mid 1970s. The inhumanity of fellow human beings, the rigors of army life and the lack of Christian fellowship made spiritual and physical liberty a thing of dreams. Requests for conscientious objector status were denied. Quiet submission to orders and authority seemed to attract more attention and punishment. How does one live out his faith in these circumstances? What do you do with verses like “Love your enemies” and “Turn the other cheek”?
Read how young Ivan Richter (his Russian name) dealt with these and many more questions and ultimately found Liberty in Confinement.