2 edition of Religion in post-communist Europe found in the catalog.
Religion in post-communist Europe
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ina Merdjanova, Rota Vavilova, Myroslav Marynovych ; [editors: Christiane Timmerman, Barbara Segaert]|
|Series||Dialogue series -- 3, Dialogue series (Universitair Centrum Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen) -- 3.|
|Contributions||Vavilova, Rota., Marynovych, Myroslav, 1949-, Timmerman, Christiane., Segaert, Barbara., Universitair Centrum Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
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The editors of Law and Religion in Post-Communist Europe avoided a patchwork conglomeration by selecting their authors from among the best; and perhaps more importantly, by instructing the authors to deal with the same set of pertinent questions: describe the social dimensions and historical setting of law and religion in your country, the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Laws on Religion and the State in Post-Communist Europe at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The reports it contains are structured along similar lines, so that analogies and differences of the national legal systems can easily be identified and no significant profile of Church and State relations is by: : Laws on Religion and the State in Post-Communist Europe (Law and Religion Studies) (): Cole Durham, Jr W, Ferrari, S: BooksCited by: 7.
: Expanding Religion: Religious Revival in Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe (Religion and Society) (): Miklós Tomka: BooksCited by: Law and Religion in Religion in post-communist Europe book Europe - Google Books This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Religion and social change in post-communist Europe. Kraków: "Nomos", (OCoLC) Document Type. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface / W.
Cole Durham, Jr. and Silvio Ferrari --Introduction: religious freedom in the process of democratization of Central and Eastern European states / Giovanni Barberini --Church and state in Albania / Evis Karandrea --Church and state in Bulgaria / Jenia Peteva --Church and state in.
The book discusses the interplay between religion and politics in six major areas of public affairs—nationalism and ethnic identity; confronting the communist past; restitution of Greek Catholic property abusively confiscated by communist authorities; elections and membership in political parties; religious instruction in public schools at pre‐university level; and sexuality, including abortion and Author: Lavinia Stan.
This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The reports it contains are structured along similar lines, so that analogies and differences of the national legal systems can easily be identified and no significant profile of Church.
Book Review: Ferrari & Durham, Law and Religion in Post-Communist Europe Mark Weston Janis University of Connecticut School of Law religion at Texas Christian University, and has published extensively in this area. He is from the old school of church-state jurisprudence, whichAuthor: Mark Weston Janis.
In the post-communist era it has become evident that the emerging democracies in Eastern Europe will be determined by many factors, only some of them political. Throughout the region, the Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Greek Catholic churches have tried to impose their views on democracy through direct political by: In the post-communist era it has become evident that the emerging democracies in Eastern Europe will be determined by many factors, only some of them political.
Throughout the region, the Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Greek Catholic churches have tried to impose their views on democracy through direct political engagement. Moreover, surveys show that the churches (and the.
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Giovanni Barberini. It is necessary to devote a special consideration, for reasons that will be explained, to those States of Central and Eastern Europe that have recently become members of the European Union.
In the post-communist era it has become evident that the emerging democracies in Eastern Europe will be determined by many factors, only some of them political. Throughout the region, the Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Greek Catholic churches have tried to impose their views on democracy through direct political engagement.
Moreover, surveys show that the churches (and the army) enjoy more. Summary. Communist policy towards religion, and the response of the churches, varied widely in Eastern Europe both geographically and over time. A milestone in the history of East Germany was when the Protestant church in the German Democratic Republic split from the united German church in A pattern of church-state relations evolved in Poland which was different from that in any of the other eastern European Author: Philip Walters.
Summary: A companion to 'Law and Religion in Post-Communist Europe', this text looks at the relationship between religion and state in the countries of the former Eastern Bloc, and how they have adapted since the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Religion, Politics and Nation-Building in Post-Communist Countries gives a broad overview of the political importance of religion in the Post-Soviet space but its interest and relevance extends far beyond the geographical focus, providing examples of the challenges in the spheres of public, religious and social policy for all transitional Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Little is known about the prehistoric religion of Neolithic Europe. Bronze and Iron Age religion in Europe as elsewhere was predominantly polytheistic (Ancient Greek religion, Ancient Roman religion, Basque mythology, Finnish paganism, Celtic polytheism, Germanic paganism, etc.).
The first of its kind in the literature published in English on the interaction of religion and politics in post-Communist Romania, it will no doubt inspire further research into related topics; for example, the role of religion in filling the ideological void apparent after the demise of Communism, which the authors note (p.
), but do not Author: Raul Carstocea. Specialists from Europe and the US investigate the current and changing role of religion in post-communist Russia. Drawing upon Eastern Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholic points of view, they examine the Russian religious attitudes, activities and institutions, and explore the ways in which religion will significantly impact emerging social and political questions there.
“This is an amazing book, providing a thorough analysis of the role of religious faith and the all-powerful Catholic Church -- arguably the key player in the transformation of post-communist Poland from East Europe’s first democratic transition in and, now, a major force that has begun to assault these new democratic values and.church, st a te and society in post-communist eur ope from the rest of Europe when discussing the role of religion: (1) Christianity arrived later here than in the W est; (2) this is the area Author: Siniša Zrinščak.Covering such diverse themes as religious education, the church and elections, and ecclesiastical views of sexuality, this important book will be of interest to scholars of Romania, post-communist politics, and church-state relations in general." --Charles King, Georgetown University4/4(1).