Alberto Ares and Perplexed Religion

Alberto Ares, PhD in International Migration and Development Cooperation from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, has written a review on “Perplexed Religion”. This book, in which Ares contributed as author, was published by the Blanquerna Observatory on Media, Religion and Culture and was edited by Alberto Melloni, Josep Lluís Micó and Míriam Díez Bosch.

In this review, Ares highlights Perplexed Religion’s effort to provide a focused and serious reflection on one of the most fascinating aspects of our civilization: the presence of religion in our lives – which in recent times already coexists with technology, and little by little becomes more and more complicit.

You can take a look at Alberto Ares’ review and blog by clicking here.

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