East-West Church & Ministry Report
Vol. 10, No. 4, Fall 2002, Covering the Former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe

Most Muscovites Oppose Religious Education in Schools

The majority of listeners questioned by radio station "Echo of Moscow" thinks that religious education should not be introduced into schools. Seventy-one percent hold this opinion while 29 percent of survey participants think religious education should be taught.  In all, 3,143 telephone calls were received during the survey.

Reprinted with permission from Paul Steeves, PDS Russia Religion News (www.stetson.edu/~psteeves/relnews).  Translated from "Radio 'Echo of Moscow' Listeners Oppose Introduction of Religious Education into Schools," Mir religii, 22 October 2002.

"Most Muscovites Oppose Religious Education in Schools," East-West Church & Ministry Report 10 (Fall 2002), 1.

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