Quo vadis eastern Europe?
Religion, state and society after communism, 2009
a cura di Ines Angeli Murzaku
Europe and the Balkans International Network n. 30
pp. 272, ISBN 978-88-8063-610-6 € 25.00
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I. Angeli Murzaku, The Changing Face of Europe: Prospects and Problems on the Path for a United Europe - P. Mojzes, Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue in Eastern Europe - J.R. Payton, Jr., Religion, Nationalism, and National Identities - T. Bremer, The Official Theological Dialogue between the Roman Catholic and the Orthodox Churches - J.-F. Mayer, A Field Ripe for Harvest Missionaries and New Religious Movements in Eastern Europe - L. Stan, Church-State Relations and Secularism in Eastern Europe - J.T. Richardson, Protection of Religious Minorities in Former Communist States with Dominant Religions - W. Sawatsky, Teaching about the Other. Inter-church Dialogue for Russian/Ukrainian Christianity - K. Gˇrniak-Kocikowska, A New Challenge. Poland and its Church in the Global Society of the Post-communist Era - S. DragoÜ, Religious Freedom in Slovenia - B. Groen, Religion in Bulgaria after the Second World War - J. Pettifer, The Gligorov Regime in Former Yugoslav Macedonia and the Development of Religion - A. Ivanovic, Religious Tolerance in Montenegro. The Challenges of the Post-Communist Period - L. Turcescu and L. Stan, Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Romania - A. Ilic, Serbia: The Role of Religion in Society from 1990 to the Present