Autonomies and rationalized identities in the lived evangelical religiosity of believers: The Lima's case

Catalina Romero, Rolando Pérez, Véronique Lecaros

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This article addresses the way in which evangelical believers of Lima, in Peru, build their practices of lived spirituality in a context of mobility, pluralization and deregulation of the Peruvian religious field. We are interested in observing the way in which believers linked to Lima urban Protestantism, a city traditionally marked by Catholic institutions and by an evangelical religiosity circumscribed to the space of the churches, develop new autonomous experiences of the faith and interact with other religious and secular spaces. In that sense, we are interested in analyzing the new cultural spaces and religious territories from which the evangelical believer lives his/her daily spirituality, builds new senses and discovers new ways of living and expressing his/her religious identity and ascription to the religious institution. This case allows us to analyze the way in which the context of pluralization of the religious field and the scenario of secularization build new profiles for the evangelical believer, who begins to embrace certain forms of autonomy.
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)64-87
Número de páginas24
PublicaciónSociologias
Volumen22
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2020

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