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|Title:||Religious Education in Russia: Between Methodological Neutrality and Theological Partiality|
|Authors:||Stepanova, E. A.|
|Publisher:||Ural Federal University|
Уральский федеральный университет
|Citation:||Stepanova E. A. Religious Education in Russia: Between Methodological Neutrality and Theological Partiality / Elena A. Stepanova // Changing Societies & Personalities. — 2018. — Vol. 2. Iss. 3 : The Politics and Pedagogy of Religion Education. — P. 260–266.|
|Abstract:||Religious education in Russia remains the subject of sharp public debates. The paper briefly observes the history of religious education in the country. Prior to the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, religious instruction was an essential part of the primary school curriculum; the imperial system of religious instruction ended up with the Bolshevik revolution, and the subsequent Soviet decree of January 1918 that separated church from state and school from church. In Soviet times, religion had no place in the moral education of children. The fall of the Soviet Union, including its socialist ideals and educational prerogatives, led to uncertainty and confusion in the educational sector. Today, however, religious education is becoming increasingly important. By introducing Foundations of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics in public schools and Theology in higher education institutions, the Russian Federation has asserted the state’s vested interest in ensuring the moral and spiritual development of its citizens.|
“FUNDAMENTALS OF RELIGIOUS CULTURES AND SECULAR ETHICS"
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||The work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (RSF), Grant number 18-18-00216.|
|RSCF project card:||18-18-00216|
|Origin:||Changing Societies & Personalities. 2018. Vol. 2. Iss. 3|
|Appears in Collections:||Changing Societies & Personalities|
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