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0819139599
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Peter J. Cataldo
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University Press Of America (May 3, 1984)
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This collection of essays studies the thought of Christopher Dawson (18891970), the premier Catholic thinker on the subject of Christian culture, and his influence in the West, both past and present. Co-published with the Society for Christian Culture.

This collection of essays studies the thought of Christopher Dawson (18891970), the premier Catholic thinker on the subject of Christian culture, and his influence in the West, both past and present. This collection of essays studies the thought of Christopher Dawson (1889�1970), the premier Catholic thinker on the subject of Christian culture, and his influence in the West, both past and present.

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The Historic Reality of Christian Culture" is an important work explaining why one can speak of a Christian culture. It is a bit lengthier and contains some of the same essays, as well as essays on a broader range of topics. As Dawson notes, no one would describe Arabic culture without a mention of Islam, but when it comes to Europe, culture is discussed as if Christianity wasn't a significant factor. The essays in this work are excellent. In particular, I liked the essay "The Classical Tradition and Christianity. In addition, after this work was published, Catholic University Press started publishing Dawson's Collected Works.

Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and .

Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and developments that have shaped Orthodox thought. There is particular focus on the Russian and Greek traditions, as well as the dynamic but less well-known Antiochian tradition and the Ortho-dox presence in the West. Mary B. Cunningham is a lecturer in theology at the University of Nottingham. Her publications include Faith in the Byzantine World ().

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This collection of essays studies the thought of Christopher Dawson (1889ó1970), the premier Catholic thinker on the subject of Christian culture, and his influence in the West, both past and present. Co-published with the Society for Christian Culture.