Krasotkin seems so wise to the others. But sometimes I think that he’s just a parrot, squawking back the things he reads without really knowing anything. He calls himself a socialist. He says that there is no God. He says that Christianity has enslaved the poor. He says that if Christ lived now he would be a revolutionary. (All from p. 554). What is Kolya saying? I reject God, but I accept his Son? How can Christ exist in a world without God? Or is a Godless Christ the very essence of “socialism”?
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