In this review article, the understanding of modernity in some contemporary English language publications is addressed. The older paradigms that these contemporary sources draw upon are also presented. With this, some critical questions are raised about these interpretations of modernity. Following these questions, the recent historical context of these narratives of modernity is described. Finally, an alternative interpretive paradigm is introduced.
The journal examines the exciting dialogue between Lutheran-Reformed theology and philosophy in the broadest sense, seeks to keep open a breadth of responsible thought in the controversial issue of contemporary theology, and offers a variety of ways to formulate questions. Through its international editorial board, it guarantees an exchange of theological research in German and English.