The research and the presentation of its results are very important as they shed new light on the past and present Slovenian ideas. The research is also contributing to the design of the Slovenian national identity. The researchers participated in the international scientific community and were thus able to critically discern the development of ideas. They were able to more objectively present the history of Slovenia, especially of the last hundred years when the social life was to a large extent exposed to various ideological pressures. The research of the Asian philosophies and religions as well as the studies of the domestic philosophical and religious streams, which were verified internationally and presented on scientific conferences or published in books and as articles also brought the corresponding international standards into our scientific forums. For this reason, the religious ideas were subjected to especially critical judgment. This field was due to the communistic past neglected in our history, presented with bias and incompletely even in the scientific publications. This has a negative effect primarily on the school system and also on other fields of public life. The group tried to study this area historically, religiologically, politically and in regard to ideas, than present the results to the Slovenian professional and general public. Typically for this are the volumes: What does Religion Mean to Man, as well as other volumes of the Scientific Library, the volume The History of the Church in Slovenia in the 20th Century, the volumes of the Slovenian Theological Academy in Rome. The latter presents the results of symposiums about Peter Pavel Glavar, Friderik Baraga, Franc Grivec, and Karl Janez Herberstein. Also very important are the publications Acta ecclesiastica Sloveniae ect. The members of the research group presented the results of their research also to the wider professional public thus promoting in the Slovenian humanistic sciences more relaxed and open approach which is not burdened with ideology. There is a great interest for it among students. The symposiums and volumes about Janžekovič, Ušeničnik ect. brought together different kinds of humanistic research and professionals of different profiles, orientations and ages to evaluate one of the most important periods of Slovenian history - the first part of the 20th century and in particular the communist revolution.