Sergey Khudiev

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* [http://www.aoiusa.org/blog/sergey-khudiev-let-your-yea-be-yea-and-your-nay-be-nay/ Sergey Khudiev: Let Your Yea Be Yea and Your Nay Be Nay]. Transl. Fr. [[Andrew Phillips]]. ''The Observer (The American Orthodox Institute Blog).'' July 6, 2011 9:19 AM.  
 
* [http://www.aoiusa.org/blog/sergey-khudiev-let-your-yea-be-yea-and-your-nay-be-nay/ Sergey Khudiev: Let Your Yea Be Yea and Your Nay Be Nay]. Transl. Fr. [[Andrew Phillips]]. ''The Observer (The American Orthodox Institute Blog).'' July 6, 2011 9:19 AM.  
 
* [http://www.pravmir.com/on-atheistic-fanaticism/ On Atheistic Fanaticism]. ''Pravmir.com.'' June 20, 2012.
 
* [http://www.pravmir.com/on-atheistic-fanaticism/ On Atheistic Fanaticism]. ''Pravmir.com.'' June 20, 2012.
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* [http://www.pravmir.com/avoiding-the-two-minutes-hate/ Avoiding the Two Minutes Hate]. ''Pravmir.com.'' Jul 25th, 2012
  
 
'''In Russian'''<br>
 
'''In Russian'''<br>

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Sergey Lvovich Khudiyev (Russian: Сергей Львович Худиев) is a Russian christian writer, essayist, journalist, and radiopresenter.

Sergey was born on January 29, 1969 in Severomorsk, Murmansk oblast. He was baptized into Russian Orthodox Church in 1991.

He is regular contributor and presenter of "Radonezh" (radio and newspaper) and the author of several articles in the magazines, "Foma", "Alpha and Omega", "Orthodoxy and Modernity" ("Православие и современность"). He also has a weekly radio program, "Christianity: the difficult questions" ("Христианство: трудные вопросы") on Radio "Theos".

He is director of academic work in the Library of Christian literature.

He conduct lectures and discussions on theology and christian apologetics.

He is author of the book "About the Assurance of Salvation" ("Об уверенности в спасении"), and co-author of the book "Christianity: The Difficult Questions".

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