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The article shows that the fight against evil, namely Russian aggression against the Ukrainian people, creates a unique concept of “indestructibility.” The appearance of the term “invincibility” in the theological world, as a rule, is associated with the side of goodness and freedom. The Russian Federation has shown in the 21st century aggression unprecedented in its scale, including the desire to appropriate foreign territory, the bombing of peaceful territories and civilians, the distortion of faith, religion, and ideology to achieve goals by military means, etc. As a result, in the theological world of Ukraine, this phenomenon was called “evil.” That is why, in this article, the author presents the connection between the concept of “invincibility” and “indestructibility” in the fight against “evil” in the process of fighting against Russian aggression.
"Indestructability in the Fight Against Evil: The Theological View on the Russian-Ukrainian War,"
Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. 43
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/ree/vol43/iss7/11