The Journal for the History of Modern Theology (JHMTH) is an academic journal. It is intended for theologians, historians, philosophers, scholars of religion and representatives of other academic disciplines. The journal contains contributions on the history of theology since the Enlightenment. History of theology is understood in the broad sense of the term. To begin with, it is about the critical reflexion of traditional dogmatic and ethical teachings of the individual confessions as they are institutionalized in universities and other institutes of higher learning associated with the various denominations. In addition, the different forms of awareness of faith are examined, for example the (implicit and explicit) theological concepts of religious movements, ecclesiastical groups, associations, etc. In addition to the various directions of Protestant theology and philosophy of religion, theological and religious-philosophical, tendencies in Roman Catholicism and Judaism are considered that reach beyond the history of theology within German-speaking areas. It also includes historical contributions on the development of theology in other European countries as well as in North America. The contributions are either in English or German. An abstract in the other language respectively provides the reader with a brief summary of the article.
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