Kontekstinės teologijos galimybės ortodoksų tradicijoje [rusų k.]
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20th century was a time of rebirth of Patristic theology in the Orthodox Church. In comparison to this, contextual theology became very popular in Western (especially Protestant) academy. Contextual theology (or theologies) refers to theology (and Bible reading) which reflects circumstances of a particular historical and cultural situation both in method and in content. It could be said that Catholicism has been late in catching up with this academic trend, but it never had even comparable popularity in the Orthodox Church. This paper analyzes similarities between the project of contextual theology and the history of emergence of Patristic theology and answers the question if the unpopularity of theology of this kind is a sign of its incompatibility with an Orthodox tradition.