THE STATE-RELIGIOUS RELATIONS DURING THE SOVIET PERIOD: A PERIODIZATION AND CONTENT (IN TERMS OF KAZAKHSTAN)статья

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[1] Saktaganova Z. G., Mazhitova Z. S. The state-religious relations during the soviet period: A periodization and content (in terms of kazakhstan) // European Journal of Science and Theology. — 2018. — Vol. 14, no. 1. — P. 103–114. This article considers the periodization variants of religious politics in the Soviet history. The authors disagree with the opinion of the Soviet and modern Russian researchers. Moreover, they offer own version of the periodization of religious policy in general in the USSR and particularly in Kazakhstan. The authors assume that distinctions in the stages and their chronology are not identical for different national republics of the Soviet area. They focus on the legal basis of the religious policy of the Soviet state, methods and forms of antireligious countermeasures and consider in detail the religious situation and the role of Islam in daily occurrence of the Soviet Kazakhstan citizens during the second half of the XX century. In conclusion, despite the activation of the fight against religion during the certain periods of the Soviet history, the proportion of believers and sympathizers of religion was very considerable in various regions in Kazakhstan.

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