LUTHERAN IDENTITY IN A POST-CHRISTIAN CONTEXT
Palavras-chave:Lutheran identity. Post-Christian. Resonance.
Barnbrock’s conference on Lutheran identity on the Germanic post-Christian context, explores thoughts from the sociologist Hartmut Rosa, in the perspective that people today are living an increasingly accelerated life, forgetting the present and no longer allowing themselves to be affected by everyday events. Linked to this, he also makes use of the ideas of Nassehi (2019), who deals with the digitalized context in which we are inserted. In this sense, Barnbrock understands that a pious practice based on oratio, meditatio and tentatio, “for the formation and preservation of a Lutheran identity in the 21st century”, remains vital.