Bertil Persson (bishop)

Nils Bertil Alexander Persson (born 10 November 1941 in Trelleborg) is a professor in religion and church arts and the Presiding Bishop of the Apostolic Episcopal Church (Holy Eastern Catholic and Apostolic Orthodox).[1] He is also a former Primate of the Order of Corporate Reunion.

Persson also served as the Missionary General of Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brasileira for Scandinavia and as Missionary General of the Philippine Independent Catholic Church for Scandinavia and all of Europe. His headquarters were in Sweden.

In 2012 his book "The Fight Against Sects. A Summarized Idea-Historical Study" translated and published in Russia. Presentation took place in the Central House of Journalists (Moscow) on 26 June 2012.[2]

Works

  • The Fight Against Sects. A Summarized Idea-Historical Study (2008)

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