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Compared with the land and tax questions, the place of Orthodoxy in the state schools has provoked much more public debate – and that debate has been much more passionate. In late 2002 Minister of 47 Burden or Blessing? , the new course and its associated textbook were denounced by their critics as a thinly disguised attempt to indoctrinate children into Orthodox dogma. The proposed curriculum drew vigorous opposition not only from secular human-rights activists but from Russia’s Muslim leaders.
Tserkov’ mozhet effektivno uchavstvovat’ v reshenii vazhnyh gosudarstvennykh voprosov: Beseda s Polnomochnym predstavitelem Preszidenta Rossii v Tsentral’nom federal’nom okruge Georgiem Sergeevichem Poltavchenko,” Zhurnal Moskovskoi Patriarkhii 2 (2002): 71. 7 On links between civil society and democracy see, for example Iris Young, Inclusion and Democracy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000). 8 Nikolas Gvosdev, “‘Managed Pluralism’ and Civil Religion” in Civil Society and the Search for Justice in Russia, eds.
Filippov officially introduced the class to regional offices and administrations of education through a letter that included a sample of course content. It outlined an eleven-year curriculum for the course. The course outline’s authors recommended that, ideally, children would study the material for 544 hours over those eleven years. They also advised schools to invite priests to serve as the teachers of the course. According to Filippov’s letter, regional officials and principles would have the option of including the course in the required curriculum.
Burden or Blessing? Russian Orthodoxy and the Construction of Civil Society and Democracy (Orthodox Church in Russia) by Christopher Marsh; Nikolas Gvosdev (Editors)