CHRISTIAN HERITAGE IN CULTURE OF THE CENTRAL ASIA AND KAZAKHSTAN

Nurzhanov Arnabay, Karibzhanova Ekaterina, Kadirkulova Gulim, Krupko Igor, Kudaibergenova Zhanar

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Abstract: Central Asia from the earliest times to the present day has been the scene for many cross-cultural contacts of many religions and cultural worlds. Each of them had their own solid foundation, organization and their places of worship, which in a certain period of time coexisted. Through dialogue and constructive cooperation they made a worthy contribution to the development of spiritual culture in early medieval civilization. Essentially peoples of
Central Asia were tolerant to faith and positively perceived creative side of each religion. That is why the Central Asian region was the area of development and distribution of various religions and faiths and also relay these religions to China and the Far East.
Keywords: Christianity, Turkic peoples, tradition, church, culture.


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