Palabras sobre dios en contextos de comunidades perifÉricas de MedellÍna

Jonathan Andrés Rúa Penagos, Iván Darío Toro-Jaramillo

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    This article analyses the "words about God" of five peripheral ecclesial communities of Medellín, through a hermeneutic and ethnographic method. This is developed in two moments; the first one, characterizes the subject and object of study population; and the second one, identifies the visions and attributes of God that these people possess from the religious experience. It is concluded that most of the people who participated in the study assume the existence of God, conceiving him as a personal, eternal, spiritual and supreme being. In their affirmations, the influence of a Trinitarian vision of divinity is evident, which implies an act of trust. God, in this context, is above all powerful, acts and creates. In the manifestation of people's experience, no conceptual difference is perceived in relation to the vision of God professed by Christianity; and although there is a use of traditional language to refer to the contents of faith, the way in which they understand and explain each one of them is not simple. This has an impact on ecclesial practices.

    Título traducido de la contribuciónWords about god in contexts of peripheral communities of Medellín
    Idioma originalEspañol
    Páginas (desde-hasta)319-346
    Número de páginas28
    PublicaciónPerseitas
    Volumen9
    DOI
    EstadoPublicada - 2021

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    Palabras clave

    • Creed
    • Ecclesial communities
    • God
    • Medellín
    • Poverty

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