7) Free Tract Explains Protestants to Eastern Europeans

Eastern_EuropeThe tract “Protestants: Who are they?” is available as a free download in Russian, English, Ukrainian, Georgian, Romanian, Macedonian or Bulgarian at the site: 


The non-denominational tract explains what evangelical Protestants believe, since they are often confused with non-Christian cults in Eastern Europe, or are accused of having departed from true Christianity (e.g. Eastern Orthodoxy or Catholicism). Versions are in both PDF and Word formats allowing you to modify the tract to meet your needs. Missionary author Kerby


only asks if you translate it into another language, that you send him a copy so he may provide it to others.  He’s especially looking for Serbo-Croatian, Czech and Polish next! (Thanks Kerby!)

2 Responses to 7) Free Tract Explains Protestants to Eastern Europeans
  1. jd Reply

    I have scanned the English version. There are some over simplified statements that could be and probably are misleading; and there are some theological issues, e.g., Acts 19:1-7 has nothing to do with being baptized as an infant, so the argument for supporting being rebaptized is irrelevant. I suggest that anyone who wants to use this tract do so after having a knowledgeable biblical & theological scholar look at it and make corrections. I note that the author is open to such and I hope people do so, too.

  2. Editor Reply

    A reasonable response, JD. Thanks.
    As always in Brigada Today, we make no judgments on those sorts of things. “Eat the corn, leave the cob.”

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