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  • Título Original: Spaces for the Sacred: Place, Memory, and Identity
  • Autor del libro: Philip Sheldrake
  • ISBN: 978-0801868610
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:214
  • Realese fecha:2000-05-20
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  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.45 Mb
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Spaces for the Sacred: Place, Memory, and Identity por Philip Sheldrake Libro PDF, EPUB

In Spaces for the Sacred, Philip Sheldrake brilliantly reveals the connection between our rootedness in the places we inhabit and the construction of our personal and religious identities. Based on the prestigious Hulsean Lectures he delivered at the University of Cambridge, Sheldrake's book examines the sacred narratives which derive from both overtly religious sites such In Spaces for the Sacred, Philip Sheldrake brilliantly reveals the connection between our rootedness in the places we inhabit and the construction of our personal and religious identities. Based on the prestigious Hulsean Lectures he delivered at the University of Cambridge, Sheldrake's book examines the sacred narratives which derive from both overtly religious sites such as cathedrals, and secular ones, like the Millennium Dome, and it suggests how Christian theological and spiritual traditions may contribute creatively to current debates about place.