Theology of culture

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Theology of culture is a branch of theology that studies culture and cultural phenomenas. It lies close to philosophy of culture, but has focus more on existentialism and spiritualism.

Paul Tillich was the first theologian who wrote about the theology of culture. He discussed about making difference between the sacred and the secular.[1] Today the theology of culture studies also cultural differences between religions[2] and therefore reminds the theology of religions.

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