Language as an Instrument of the Teological Study: as Related to the Specifics of the Eastern Theological Tradition

Alexander PRILUTSKII

Abstract


This article examines questions concerning the methodology of theological study as it relates to the traditions of Eastern theological discourse. The author analyzes the specifics of the theological term as the verbal means of expressing particular theological concepts. The development of Christian terminology is considered in the context of church history. In the conclusion the author considers the reasons for the sacralization of language in the Eastern tradition. 


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Language as an Instrument of the Teological Study: as Related to the Specifics of the Eastern Theological Tradition;

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