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JOURNAL ARTICLE CRITIQUE

Attila Uregen
THEO 525 LUO (Spring 2013) L23074511
January 19, 2013

CONTENTS

I. Introduction1
II. Summary……………………………………………………………………………….. III. Critical Interaction…………………………………………………………………….2 IV. Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………….3

BIBLIOGRAPHY4

I. Introduction
This article reflects the work of and lecture delivered at the University of Notre Dame on October 15 1990 by Professor Dr. Nicholas Lobkowicz. The article titled “Christianity and Culture” was eventually published in the journal “Review of Politics”, Vol. 53, No.2 (Spring, 1991), pp. 373-389. The article reflects the author’s research into the diminishing effects of Christianity on the human experience, and how it has served its historical perspective. Dr. Lobkowicz ascertains that his purpose in this article is that the Church still has an opportunity to engage modernity, while giving witness to human dignity and promoting a more human culture.

II. Summary
The purpose of the article was to deliver the historical aspects of what the authors’ research into the constructive recovery of Christian culture must entail, and the Church role in avoiding both politicization and moralism to this end. The article also determined the factors and reasoning used to reach decisions.  The article involved the authors’ intensive knowledge of other noted philosophers and experts work, as well as historical facts revealed in his efforts to extrapolate the theology with the philosophy. Dr. Lobkowicz based his decisions and conclusions mainly on ethics, personal values, historical views or social/political concerns.  All considered there is little scientific evidence but more as a part of ontology and hermeneutics a multifaceted issue.  The nature of science had no impact on decision making; as this was not a scientific exploration into proving a point; however history and philosophical viewpoints were noteworthy.

III. Critical Interaction
The authors’...
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