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Cultural Security in the Context of the Analysis of the Religiosity of Belarusian Students

Author: Viktoryia Baretskaya
Institution: Siedlce Scientific Society
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8299-6213
Year of publication: 2023
Source: Show
Pages: 146-164
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/npw20233707
PDF: npw/37/npw3707.pdf

Cultural Security in the Context of the Analysis of the Religiosity of Belarusian Students

Religion can become an instrument of manipulation and destabilization in society, everything depends on people who have access to the levers of power, the position of Church hierarchs and the level of religious literacy of the population. The article is devoted to the study of the concept of the correlation of national identity and Christian universalism, as well as the model of Church–State relations in the modern social teaching of the Russian Orthodox Church, in the context of the analysis of some aspects of the religiosity of the Belarusian student youth, namely quantitative indicators of trust in the Church, attendance of divine services, and confessional affiliation.

Культурная безопасность в контексте анализа религиозности белорусской студенческой молодежи

Религия может стать инструментом манипуляции и дестабилизации в обществе, все зависит от людей, имеющих доступ к рычагам власти, позиции церковных иерархов и уровня религиозной грамотности населения. Статья посвящена исследованию концепции соотношения национальной идентичности и христианского универсализма, а также модели церковно-государственных отношений в современном социальном учении Русской Православной Церкви, в контексте анализа некоторых аспектов религиозности белорусской студенческой молодежи, а именно количественных показателей доверия к церкви, посещение богослужений и конфессиональной принадлежности.

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