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Theology in Higher Education in Post-Soviet Russia (1991–2008)

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In this article the most urgent problems, which have arisen in the introduction of theology to Russian higher education, are examined step-by-step as examples of the situation in the post-Soviet area. Starting from the historical background of the question, the article describes the collapse of the study of religion and theology after the October Revolution in 1917 and looks at the status of theologians in Soviet society and their identity in present-day Russia. Subsequently, it analyzes theology as an educational discipline in Russia and concludes with the problem of the complex relationship between theology and the academic study of religion in contemporary Russia, which developed against the Soviet background of Russian science.


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