There has never been anything like Wahabism, Puritainism, or Inquisitionism in Russian religions. Russia is a country that has been built upon freedom of religion, but traditional religions. In Medieval Russia there was a Pagan-Christian unity, with many villages having nothing against practicing both religions at once, and such practices were widespread too. Like for example Buddhism coexisted with Confucianism and Daoism in China, and with Shintoism in Japan. There has been at times in the past Buddhist-Christian unity in Russia too. For example under Baron Ungern-Sternberg, who attempted to bring together Christianity and Buddhism as a united force, during the Russian Civil War. Pretty badass dude.Islamic-Christian unity! Never thought I'd live to see it.
This is his first quote:
Baron Roman von Ungern-Sternberg Quotes
2 quotes from Baron Roman von Ungern-Sternberg: 'They cannot understand as yet that we are not fighting a political party but a sect of murderers of all contemporary spiritual culture.' and 'My name is surrounded with such hate and fear that no one can judge what is the truth and what is false...