Religion as Animal and Alive
AbstractThe notion of “living religion” is helpful in exploring how individuals and communities have across time and culture engaged their other-than-human neighbors in a local place as a response to the fact that each human individual clearly lives in a more-than-human world. Threads of observation and argument are woven together to suggest that focusing on nonhuman animals helps any human sustain the vibrant, living quality that so often has been a hallmark of a relevant and healthy religious/spiritual awareness. View Full-Text
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Waldau, P. Religion as Animal and Alive. Religions 2019, 10, 352.
Waldau P. Religion as Animal and Alive. Religions. 2019; 10(6):352.Chicago/Turabian Style
Waldau, Paul. 2019. "Religion as Animal and Alive." Religions 10, no. 6: 352.
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