"Theology of Culture" of Protestantism

Ukrainian Religious Studies 34:40-49 (2005)

Protestantism as a phenomenon of culture, its influence on the development of society, man - the problem is complex and multifaceted. Since Protestantism is a religious and cultural phenomenon, it has a wide range of functionality and, therefore, has a great cultural impact on all spheres of life, both human and social, from a worldview and axiological aspect to a praxeological and ontological one. That is why the analysis of the internal links between Protestantism and culture becomes an urgent research challenge for academic religious studies.
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