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    Christian Doctrine of Human Spirituality.Valentyna Bodak - 1998 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 8:29-38.
    The crisis situation of the present human society is considered in modern theology as a state of spiritual degradation, which in general is inherent in the whole human race. Ignoring the spiritual factor in public life, according to theologians, is a major source of deepening social contradictions. Impotence is the source of all misery in personal, family and social life. Therefore, today sermons from the church's ambon sound with appeals to the moral and spiritual revival of man, with the teachings (...)
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    Religion in the Cultural Being of the Person.Valentyna Anatoliyivna Bodak - 2004 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 30:34-44.
    The article deals with the influence of religious morality, art, religious picture of the world on human consciousness, its internal state, on its activity. The influence of religion on personality is most often considered in terms of sociology and psychology on this process. However, the cultural approach to this problem is much broader, and the notion of "religious culture" is directly relevant not only to believers but also to atheists, as it is an integral part of the universal culture common (...)
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    Social Characteristic of Religious Rituals.Valentyna Anatoliyivna Bodak - 1997 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 5:8-12.
    Society is a person in its social relations. If the term "society" is used to determine reality as a system of interconnections and relationships between people, then its social system appears as an entity in which human societies are diverse in character and social role. Social life is expressed in the grouping of members of society on the basis of certain objectively predetermined types of relations between them. The integrity and unity of religious communities, their qualitative specificity determines the content (...)
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    "Theology of Culture" of Protestantism.Valentyna Anatoliyivna Bodak - 2005 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 34:40-49.
    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 (...)
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    The Priorities of the Catholic Social Doctrine in the Definitions of the Second Vatican Council.Valentyna Bodak & Liudmyla O. Fylypovych - 2013 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 66:69-76.
    The Second Vatican Council of the Catholic Church has had a fatal significance in its history. In addition to the important documents that were adopted by the Council, and then creatively developed by the theorists and practitioners of the Church, Catholicism was enriched with a new awareness of significant changes in the world. The Church acknowledged that there have been radical transformations in the outlook and behavior of people, in particular Catholics, in their attitude to issues of faith, to God, (...)
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    The Relationship Between Culture and Cult: An Orthodox Context.Valentyna Anatoliyivna Bodak - 2005 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 33:7-15.
    In modern religious studies, there is no consensus as to how cult is related to culture, how it affects culture and personality, or whether changes in the cult sphere necessarily cause changes in dogma, human consciousness, and culture. This circumstance initiated the thematic orientation of this article on the problems of cult and culture in Orthodoxy, because Orthodoxy considers the cult to be the "focal point" Place "of culture and the basis of religion. In the context of the transformation processes (...)
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