Protestant Publishing House
http://protestant.euro.ru (In Russian, 1251 Windows)
The newspaper Protestant was first published in 1988 in Moscow. Today the publishing house "Protestant" is one of the largest interdenominational publishers and distributors of Christian literature in the former Soviet Union. The publisher operates the bookstore "Christian Book" [Kristianskaya Kniga] and delivers books by mail. Protestant also provides a translation service for theological books. Customers can download a price list of over 2,400 books, videos, CDs, and other items. Contact: "Protestant," Mukomolny proyezd, dom 1, korpus 2, 123290 Moscow, Russia; tel: 7-095-259-71-28; fax: 7-095-259-67-69; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The web site is difficult to use on Netscape, but is easily viewable using Microsoft Explorer. The price list is also available at http://members.tripod.com/protestant/pricelist/protestant.zip.
Editor's note: In addition to the above sites, an increasing number of other publishers and distributors have an internet presence. The Bratsk Christian Site maintains links to web sites of Russian-language Christian publishers (http://www.irnet.ru/inbratsk/www/links1.htm). SEN, Slovakia, maintains links to web sites of Christian publishers in Eastern and Central Europe (http://www.citygate.org/links/links.asp?Category=publishers).
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