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Religion and Politics in Post-communist Romania

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Autori: Lavinia Stan and Lucian Turcescu

Editorial: Oxford University Press, 2007.


„This is a masterful interpretation of the role of religion in influencing the development of modern Romania which is presented to the reader with clarity and analytical rigor. As well as sparkling comparative insights, the authors relate how religious claims and the reaction to them from the state and civil society are determining the extent to which Romania becomes a politically and socially free entity. The Orthodox Church is at the centre of the narrative and there are well-argued accounts of its relationship with nationalism, the communist past and the democratic present as Romania embraces capitalism and joins the European Union. Besides shedding light on a country whose direction is still shrouded in ambiguity, this is one of the most notable monographs to appear for quite a well on the role of religion in contemporary Europe.” (Tom Gallagher, Professor of East European Politics, University of Bradford)

Cuvinte cheie: religion, politics, Romanian Orthodox Church, Greek Catholic, abortion, homosexuality, religious education