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Lived Religion In Lived Space

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This chapter interprets the picture which invites the stranger to express an attitude to perceive, meet and treat others with an open eye and open senses so characteristically like a virtue of the addressee of the Festschrift. It attempts to answer the following questions: (i) what is meant by "lived space?", (ii) how should theologians and scholars of religion approach the spatiality of religion?, and (iii) what does the concept of lived religion mean for "theology in its spatial turn" ? The chapter presents and discusses the concept of lived space. It emphasizes the need to mine deeper the interaction of religion and city space. It also explores the notions as atmosphere, making-oneself-at home and urban amnesia as contributing to a Thirdspace theological aesth/ethics of space with its emphasis on the Holy Spirit.

Keywords: Festschrift; Holy Spirit; lived religion; lived space; Thirdspace theological aesth/ethics



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