Lived protestantism: A comparative study in Latin America and southern Europe

Verónica Roldán, Rolando Pérez

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Resumen

The dossier introduced here deals with the subject of lived religion and presents results of researches carried out in three Latin American cities (Cordoba, Lima and Montevideo) and one city of southern Europe (Bilbao). It falls into the area of sociological studies on religious experience, daily life, the processes of autonomy and deinstitutionalization of religious experience. The reflections addressed in the articles concern the implications of lived religiosity within contemporary Protestantism, the same ones that lead us to looking at the interactions, narratives and practices of believers linked to evangelical Protestantism in dialogue with the themes and dynamics of modernity. These works make a valuable contribution to the field of sociological studies on lived religion, emphasizing the way in which believers select, adapt, reinterpret, and re-appropriate religious practices and narratives in everyday life, in a context of pluralization of the religious field.
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)20-35
Número de páginas16
PublicaciónSociologias
Volumen22
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2020

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