WHY COMMUNISM COLLAPSED
- Christian academics invited to Vietnam. Chai, Alicia // Christianity Today;12/11/95, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p76
Reports that the International Institute for Cooperative Studies (ICS) is preparing to place Christian university professors in positions that influence the future of leadership in a communists country. Information from Daryl McCarthy, executive director of the ICS; Controversy over the...
- Communism couldn't kill God in the hearts of Soviet subjects. Brownfeld, Allan C. // Human Events;4/1/94, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p12
Reports on the resurgence of religion in the fall of communism in the Soviet Union. Communist leaders' attempt to eradicate religion among the people; Using the Russian Orthodox Church as an arm for the communist government; Popularity of religion among the Soviets; Church events as met with...
- Month by month. Elnadi, Bahgat; Rifaat, Adel // UNESCO Courier;Dec94, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p4
Announces that religion is the foundation of socialism, which has collapsed in Albania and in the rest of eastern Europe. The importance of religion in peoples' lives; The impact of the collapse of European communism; The relationship between politics and religion.
- A rush to reach ex-atheist people. Kociu, Ulliana // Christian Science Monitor;6/26/97, Vol. 89 Issue 148, p7
Reports on the missionary efforts in Albania of various religions after the downfall in 1991 of the atheistic Communist government of dictator Enver Hoxja, who banned all religions in Albania in 1967. Religious breakdown of Albania prior to 1967 and after 1991; Number of religious groups and...
- The Godlessness that Failed. Novak, Michael // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul2000, Issue 104, p35
Focuses on the failure of communist atheism. Soviet communists' silent war against the human soul; Destruction of human capital; Prisoners' discovery of evidence for the presence of God at the core of their own being; Karl Marx's definition of the nature of capitalism; Transition to a society...
- Notes on church-state affairs: Hungary. Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State;Winter94, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p194
Reports on the controversies that have risen over the Catholic Church's regaining control of schools and other properties confiscated by the Communists in Hungary. Widened church efforts to extend controllership of public properties.
- Book reviews. Nagtegaal, L. // Pacific Affairs;Fall91, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p439
Reviews the book `Communism, Religion, and Revolt in Banten: Monographs in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series, No. 86,` by Michael Charles Williams.
- The Proselytizing Nature of Marxism-Leninism. Radic, Radmila // Journal of Ecumenical Studies;Winter/Spring99, Vol. 36 Issue 1/2, p80
Shows that the Marxist-Leninist state, in all its local varieties, was the most efficient and vicious proselytizer in Eastern Europe in the 20th century. Political ideology and secular religion; Secularization and social meaning of religion in socialist societies; Functionalist interpretation...
- LIBERAL VASSAR. // America;1/22/1938, Vol. 58 Issue 16, p372
The author presents an analysis on the use of liberal term in the religious and political context. He defined liberal as one who worked to obtain a larger degree of freedom. The author states that the word liberal has inclusive definition when used in religion. He argues that communist...