Despite plenty of religious subjects in his work, Feigin was an atheist. In interviews late in life he stated that the older he grew (he was 104 when he died) the more certain he became of the idea that “there is nothing more beyond this life.” With the help of Christian subjects, Feigin tried to answer eternal questions about the origin of the universe with his work, such as “Where are we from? Who are we? Why did we come here? What is the sense of being? — N.Musyankova
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