With its interdisciplinary approach and thematically arranged issues, Evangelische Theologie makes crucial contributions to the exploration of the complex field of theology. In addition to such thematic issues, open issues without special thematic commitment are specifically devoted to one of the theological disciplines.
The issues of Evangelische Theologie make both the hot spots of theological discourse and the most recent developments of research within the individual theological disciplines accessible not only to pastors, students, and teachers, but also to non-experts, while at the same time exceeding the range of the mere theological disciplines.
Manuscripts should be sent to the editor-in-chief by e-mail. A style sheet is available from the editorial office. No liability is accepted for the review of unsolicited material or the return of unsolicited manuscripts. This journal adheres to the reformed German orthography. Exemptions can be granted on artistic, philological or copyright grounds.
Board of Editors: H. Bedford-Strohm, M. Domsgen, A. Feldtkeller, U. Gause, C. Gerber, J. Herzer, I. Karle, B. Oberdorfer, K. Schmid, C. Strohm, C. Tietz, M. Welker, H. Wrogemann
Managing Editor: Prof. Dr. Bernd Oberdorfer Universität Augsburg Institut für Evangelische Theologie Universitätsstraße 10 86135 Augsburg Germany E-Mail: email@example.com
Editorial Assistant: Herr Hannes Müller Universität Augsburg Lehrstuhl für Evangelische Theologie Universitätsstr. 10 86135 Augsburg Germany Tel: +49-821/5985542 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org