Apocalypse. Interpretation of the 21st century
This book tells the story of the most mysterious book of the New Testament — the Revelation of the apostle John the Theologian, which contains a prophetic eschatological vision of future events preceding the end of the world. The interpretation combines both an ancient patristic tradition and a modern approach that takes into account prophecies that have already come true. Like any good book about the Apocalypse, it contains an original concept...
This is the story of faith, hope and love of captain Ivan Krusenstern and his wife. It was the captain's dream to travel around the world... The names of the sloops - "Neva" and "Hope" - were given with meaning: it was from the Neva banks that the first Russian circumnavigation began. Hope was as necessary as air: few people believed that they would return alive from the campaign. "Neva" and "Hope", having set out in 1803, crossed the Atlantic ocean, corrected many errors in maps, clarified the geographical position of many Islands, explored Kamchatka, the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin. On August 7, 1806, Krusenstern and his team returned safely to Kronstadt.