The relevance of on scientific research the Science of the Ademar Religions Alves Da Silva I argue in this report the importance of the scientific research tied with the religions and religiosidades. All the quarrels pointed in this report had been information acquired for the course of after-graduation of Science of the Religions: Methodology and Philosophy of Ensino of the Integrated Facultieses of Jacarepagu (FIJ-RJ). The cited course has presented disciplines, lessons, libraries and orientaes of professors of great relevance for the construction of a on scientific work the religions and religiosidades. In return of these activities, it is important to clarify, that the same ones are contributing in satisfactory way in the elaboration of writings of scientific research referring to the religious phenomenon. Of beginning, the students of Science of the Religions have the chance to have access the description of diverse existing religions in the world, as for example, of hindusmo, buddhism, judaism, islamismo, Christianity, among others, that they can enrich its critical vision concerning the scientific research.
Still by means of this course, we can have an ample knowledge regarding some religions that the life of the humanity has influenced since the antiquity. Around these religions, he is evidenced that it enters they exist common points and uncommon, that in turn, are affected by the economic changes and politics in one not only determined country, but in the entire world. The religious question in Brazil is of utmost importance also to be analyzed, therefore by means of the after-graduation in Science of the Religions, we can also witness the exposition of the description of the religions, that are gifts in the country, as the catolicismo, protestantismo, espiritismo, religions afro-Brazilian, judaism, among others. He was observed, that Brazil has very strong a religious sincretismo. This contributed in a great conflituosa dispute between the religions, mainly between catholics, protestants and espritas.
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