Abgestorben? Religionsrecht der DDR und der Volksrepublik Polen 978-3-16-153732-5 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Viola Vogel

Abgestorben? Religionsrecht der DDR und der Volksrepublik Polen

[Permit and License Law.]

2015. XVII, 450 pages.

Jus Ecclesiasticum 111

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Lenin and Stalin corrupted Marx' vision of the death of religion in a future society and combined the theory of Marxism-Leninism with atheism and the fight against churches in the former Soviet Union as well as in other socialist countries. Viola Vogel examines the philosophical background of the religious criticism of Marx and Lenin and describes the interactions and repercussions of the legal and state concept of the GDR and the People's Republic of Poland with regard to the socialist religious laws and the religious main groups in both countries.
Lenin and Stalin corrupted Marx' vision of the death of religion in a future society and combined the theory of Marxism-Leninism with atheism and the fight against churches in the former Soviet Union as well as in other socialist countries. Viola Vogel examines the philosophical background of the religious criticism of Marx and Lenin and describes the interactions and repercussions of the legal and state concept of the GDR and the People's Republic of Poland with regard to the socialist religious laws and the religious main groups in both countries.
Authors/Editors

Viola Vogel Geboren 1978; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Potsdam, Berlin und Paris; Referendariat in Braunschweig; seit 2008 Dienstrechtsreferentin und seit 2010 Kirchenrätin der Ev.-Luth. Landeskirche Sachsens; 2011 Abordnung an das Kirchenrechtliche Institut der EKD; 2014 Promotion.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Fachbuchjournal — 2016, Heft 4, 22 (Michael Droege)
In: Zeitschr.d.Savigny-Stiftung K — 2017, 371–378 (Martin Richter)
In: Zeitschr. f. Evang. Kirchenrecht — 2016, 101–104 (Norbert Janz)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — 142 (2017), S. 288–291 (Martin Honecker)