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  • That was exactly what the word "Molokan" meant, but it sounded mocking and disdainful coming from their mouths.

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  • Forum 18 yesterday reported on the difficulties that the Molokan community in Russia is having in obtaining land in Moscow to build a prayer house.

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  • Jack Peter Valov is an orthodox member of the Molokan religious faith.

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  • Why, the fellow must be a Mennonite or a Molokan, though the two, really, are one, and absolutely indistinguishable, as well as equally foolish.

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  • “More speak,” Anit said, while Molokan and the children gaped in fright at the outworlder.

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  • Wordlessly, Molokan placed a bowl of stew and a mug of ale in front of him, and he fed himself with movements that made him think of factory machines.

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  • When Anit finished his meal, he took the paper from inside his coverall and handed it to Molokan.

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  • Their work finished, Anit and Molokan went into the rear room.

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  • Anit and Molokan gazed at the fire for a long moment.

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  • If he died, who would take care of Molokan and their children?

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  • A member of various Russian free-thinking Christian sects.

    From Wikipedia:

    A Molokan (Russian: молокан, IPA:məlɐˈkan or молоканин, "dairy-eater") is a member of various Spiritual Christian sects that evolved from Eastern Christianity in the East Slavic lands...The term Molokan is an exonym used by their Orthodox neighbors; they tend to identify themselves as Spiritual Christians (духовные христиане, dukhovnye khristiane).

    June 12, 2018