Reformation in Christianity: historical value and sociocultural influence in the modern world

On April 6, 2017 the department of religious studies of faculty of social sciences of University of L. N. Gumilyov and Evangelic and Lutheran Church in the Republic of Kazakhstan have held the international scientific conference “Reformation in Christianity: historical value and sociocultural influence in the modern world”.In a conference the vice rector for strategic development of University, the bishop of Evangelic and Lutheran church have taken part in the Republic of Kazakhstan, ambassadors of Finland and Sweden in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the deputy of Mazhilis of Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Bishop of Kaskelen, the Vicar of the Diocese of Astana of Russian Orthodox Church, the bishop-assistant of archdiocese of Saint Maria in Astana, the representative from Naib-Mufti of Spiritual management of Muslims of Kazakhstan, the rector of theological seminary of Evangelic and Lutheran church of Russia and many others.Conferees have noted a big contribution of Lutheran communities to development of healthy civil society of Kazakhstan. It has especially been noted that thanks to the weighed, thought over and consistently pursued policy of our President, representatives various faiths and religions have such opportunity to gather, discuss various problems, being respectful the friend to the friend. In the conclusion of a conference undergraduates of 1 course  of Gumilev L. N. University have tried as speakers before such representative audience

 

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