The Influence of the Economic Globalisation on the Contemporary Religiosity. Brief Theological Considerations from a Christian Anthropological Perspective
Stelian Manolache ()
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Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2019, vol. XIX, issue 2, 140-147
Our study aims to depict and evaluate the consequences generated by the contemporary dominant position of the economic-financial factors in relation with the religious awareness of the postmodern man and his capacity and availability to assume and fulfil a religious vocation. From this perspective, we insist on the aggravating circumstances born from the complexity of the globality and globalisation (Marga,2014,p.19), in an linear designed economy, generating consequences that feed the disparaging course of the people, the credibility and the social prestige of the faith and religious practice. These circumstances, although leading to the fragmentation and compromising of the manner in which the man of the global society relates to God (Marga, 2014, p.166), also determines the post-modern global man to try to adhere to a theologicalhorizon of eschatological expectation, between not yet and already. According to all these implications, we also refer to the delimitation of the profiles of the authentic religiosity, with which the contemporary man is confronted, adopting the analytical perspective generously offered by the Orthodox theology.
Keywords: globalization; globalism; globality; contemporary religiosity; global economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F69 H89 I31 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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