SPACES OF PEACE. PIONEERING INTERCULTURAL THEOLOGIES OF PEACE

Autor(en): Eckholt, Margit 
Stichwörter: Destroyed Cities; Intercultural Theology of Peace; Paradigm of Space; Peace; Religion
Erscheinungsdatum: 2016
Herausgeber: PONTIFICIA UNIV CATOLICA ARGENTINA, FAC TEOLOGIA
Journal: TEOLOGIA
Volumen: 52
Ausgabe: 119
Startseite: 115
Seitenende: 127
Zusammenfassung: 
The multifarious movements of migrations caused by wars, violence, poverty and the different infringements of human rights are signs of our time. Historically the word ``peace'' is associated with freedom and the space inhabitable of a city. What does it mean to talk about peace in a world in which cities, fee spaces and security are becoming more broken each time and even destroyed. Within this background this contribution attempts to design trails for a intercultural theology of peace and show some ``spaces of peace'' created by women.
ISSN: 03281396

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