Convergent Processes in Modern Religious Life and Freedom of Conscience


  • Eduard Martynyuk
  • Olena Nykytchenko



In a world where modern analysts confidently argue that the number of terrorist acts and their victims will only grow, a sign that most of these human tragedies lies in the religious motivativity of thieves, it is perhaps not quite convenient to talk about things that have been considered more or less stable recently - about convergent processes in the religious life of the present. But another means of overcoming religious differences than the way of mutual understanding between the participants in any conflict, especially the one that has acquired an antagonistic level, has not yet created mankind.