The article is focused on the Czech philosopher and journalist Emanuel Radl (1873-1942), especially on the interpretation of some essential concepts of Radl's philosophy that are used in the context of Christian theology. Radl's attitude to philosophy and religion is based on the intellectual background of his time. Radl did not develop any systematic religious or theological theory. His approach to religion can be found in occasional notes in his writings. His understanding of philosophy (especially his concepts of moral order and idea) is more evident in the theological and Christian context. Radl's vision of the world is derived more from Judeo-Christian traditions than from the philosophical tradition. That is why Radl belongs to the greatest personalities of Czech philosophy and theology.
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