Social service of non-orthodox Christian religious organizations of the Far East in the 1990 s
Автор: Fedirko Oksana P., Dudarenok Svetlana M.
Рубрика: Отечественная история
Статья в выпуске: 6 т.12, 2020 года.
Incontrol. At present, the formation of a model of social partnership between the state and religious associations to help the most vulnerable segments of the Russian population is of particular importance. The study of the activities of non-Orthodox Christian organizations allows us to take into account historical experience for the development of optimal forms and methods of work not only religious, but also public associations in the social sphere. The methodology chosen by the authors for this study includes a comparative analysis that highlights the most significant problems in each of the studied aspects of the activities of non-Orthodox Christian organizations in the Far East of Russia, as well as an appeal to qualitative (rather than quantitative) methods of study with a corresponding dynamic approach to the description of the subject. As a result of the study, forms of social assistance, groups of the population to which it was directed and the peculiarities of its organization by religious associations of the region are allocated. It has been proven that the social service of non-Orthodox Christian organizations was missionary in nature. It is emphasized that the authorities considered religious education as equal partners in solving social problems in the subjects of the Far East. There is considerable assistance from foreign missionaries in implementing social programs.
Far east, religious associations, protestants, lutherans, catholics, charity, mercy, social service, foreign missionaries, government authorities
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IDR: 149125139 | DOI: 10.17748/2075-9908-2020-12-6-61-71