2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-85872008000200005
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A presença do religioso no espaço público: modalidades no Brasil

Abstract: Este artigo apresenta idéias e análises que demandam aprofundamento e debate. Procuro tomar uma constatação enquanto desafio: como entender, no Brasil, a presença legitimada da religião no espaço público? Procederei tratando das formas que permitiram essa presença por meio de definições históricas que tomaram por referência universos sociais diversos. Assim, inicio com o catolicismo, passo pelo espiritismo e pelos cultos afro-brasileiros, e termino com os evangélicos. Embora esses termos correspondam aos segme… Show more

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“…This was intensified by the strong participation of the Catholic Electoral League in promulgating the 1934 Constitution, which introduced the possibility of an association between the State and religious organizations into the constitutional text. All Republican constitutions, starting with that of the "New State" (Estado Novo), would come to include religious education as an "optional" part of the public-school curriculum -that is, in addition to not being mandatory, its contents would also not be set according to particular religious denominations (Giumbelli;Carneiro, 2006;Cunha, 2004).…”
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“…This was intensified by the strong participation of the Catholic Electoral League in promulgating the 1934 Constitution, which introduced the possibility of an association between the State and religious organizations into the constitutional text. All Republican constitutions, starting with that of the "New State" (Estado Novo), would come to include religious education as an "optional" part of the public-school curriculum -that is, in addition to not being mandatory, its contents would also not be set according to particular religious denominations (Giumbelli;Carneiro, 2006;Cunha, 2004).…”
Section: Religious Educationmentioning
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“…This implementation was the result of a joint action between different religions (though mostly Christian, especially Catholic, denominations), which provided the discipline with more of an interfaith character, in which supra-confessional spiritual "values" are highlighted -a position aligned with that of FONAPER, whose headquarters are in Santa Catarina. Santa Catarina was also the first state to implement teacher training programs in Religion Sciences, after LDB-97 was signed into law (Dickie;Lui, 2010;Giumbelli;Carneiro, 2006). Rio de Janeiro is the state that contrasts most radically with São Paulo.…”
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