Theology in Built Environments: Exploring Religion, Architecture, and Design Sigurd Bergmann

ISBN: 9781412815956

Published: December 31st 2011

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314 pages


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Theology in Built Environments: Exploring Religion, Architecture, and Design  by  Sigurd Bergmann

Theology in Built Environments: Exploring Religion, Architecture, and Design by Sigurd Bergmann
December 31st 2011 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 314 pages | ISBN: 9781412815956 | 3.32 Mb

The view of the environment in which religion is practiced as being integrated with theology represents not just a new theme but also a necessity if one is to understand religions own depth. Reflections about space and place, and how they reflectMoreThe view of the environment in which religion is practiced as being integrated with theology represents not just a new theme but also a necessity if one is to understand religions own depth. Reflections about space and place, and how they reflect and affect religious experience provide a challenge and an urgent necessity for theology.

This is particularly important if religious practitioners are to become aware of how theology is given expression in the existential spatiality of life. Can space set theology free? This is a challenging question, one that the editor hopes can be answered, at least in part, in this volume.



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