Pre-islamic beliefs of the Kazakhs and the spread of Islam in Kazakhstan

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Title Pre-islamic beliefs of the Kazakhs and the spread of Islam in Kazakhstan
Autor: Kaynar, Maral; Sakhitzhanova, Zada
Date: 2016-12-22
Źródło: Przemiany w aktywności społeczno-kulturowej i opiekuńczo-wychowawczej. Wyzwania współczesnej Europy = Transformations in cultural, social and educational activity. Challenges towards contemporary Europe / collective work scientific edited by: Agnieszka Roguska, Alicja Antas-Jaszczuk. - Siedlce : Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, 2016, p. 111-116
Abstract: Over the past decade the Kazakh society in their spiritual emancipation has made a huge step forward. Structural reforms and the democratization of all spheres of life have led to the growth of national, ethnic, cultural and religious identity. There is a revival of Islam in the traditional regions of its distribution, strengthening the position of other religions. Allegedly understanding that religion is an important part of the national psychology and culture, it plays a significant role in strengthening the foundations of public morality. The mosque and the church, as historically proven themselves forms of self-organization and association of the faithful in order to meet the religious needs, in modern conditions perform other important social functions characteristic of the civil society institutions

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