Boze moj. My God. Here we go again. The poisoned fruits of the forces of darkness unleashed by that 'work' and others have borne much evil and will bear more in the future if some, as Orthodox continue to promote such a canard. That 'work' is the basis for one of the greatest, if not the greatest, crime ever perpetrated by a people against other human beings in the modern age. I am speaking of the Holocaust of course. Visiting the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. (or other such memorials in Berlin and elsewhere)and reflecting on why it occurred and how a nation that produced the some of the greatest achievements of post-Enlightenment Europe - musicians, artists, writers, scientists - could reduce itself to such barbarity against fellow humans seems to me to be an appropriate penance for anyone going down that path. The same mentality that allowed the forces of the German state to strike out against the Jewish population of Europe allowed that state to enslave and kill millions of Slavs, Roma and others, including multitudes of Christian martyrs who died in the darkness of the labor camps or in defense of their families and neighbors, Orthodox and non-Orthodox alike, who are known only to God. Not to mention that the 'book' is still a large part of the state-sponsored 'education' of Muslim youth in the Muslim world. As we enter Philip's Fast (Filipovka) we ought to be focusing our souls on the mystery the Incarnation - not upon the products of fear, hatred and ignorance like the 'opus' suggested by the OP.