2010 European Christian Book of the Year
It is nice to see that evangelical Romanians are “coming of age”, and that both Baptists and Pentecostals are looking back to try to uncover the people who collaborated with the Secret Police (securitate) from within their own ranks.
The Baptists (Daniel Mitrofan) published a few years ago Pigmei and Uriasi [Dwarfs and Giants], and the Pentecostals (Vasilica Croitor) just published Rascumpararea Memoriei [The Redemption of Memory].
While I have not read any of these books (I only read about them), both books ruffled a lot of feathers. For that I am not surprised.
It seems (again from second hand info) that the Pentecostal book is more balanced and fair. In any case, congratulations to Vasilica Croitor for winning the 2010 European Christian Book of the Year.
I assume that it is a pretty good book if it won this award and I hope to read both of them someday to learn from both the dwarfs and the giants!