عنوان مقاله [English]
The divine religions have a very rich and renewed capacity to produce and present a transcendental culture that conforms to their doctrinal capacities, goals, and mission to social humanity. The also depend on their doctrinal capacity, social status, quantity, and quality of their followers, how they interact with revelatory teachings, readings and interpretations provided by religions researchers, opportunities and environmental constraints and the like. They have a very decisive and absolute role in the purposeful confrontation with the established customary culture and its components. Therefore, the relationship between religion and culture and how they interact, especially in the process of human social history, is one of the topics that is generally raised by sociologists of religion, and different views and positions have been adopted in response to it. This paper tries to extract and analyze the answer to the above question from the relevant sources and texts by focusing on the viewpoints and thoughts of religions researchers who have worked on this issue explicitly or implicitly, mainly through theological approaches and intra-religious explorations. Accordingly, its main question is the possible relations between religion and culture as two semantic systems from the theological point of view and from the point of view of selected thinkers. The method of data collection is documentary and the method of analysis is inferential interpretation.