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Praktische Theologie im Wissenschaftsdiskurs

Practical Theology in the Discourse of the Humanities

[Practical Theology in the Discourse of the Humanities]

Ed. by Junker-Kenny, Maureen / Klie, Thomas / Kumlehn, Martina / Kunz, Ralph


    Aims and Scope

    Practical Theology reflects in its sub-disciplines the conditions of how Christianity constitutes itself in the modern age. It is increasingly perceived in a dual hermeneutic of culture and religion. The series Practical Theology in the Discourse of the Humanities aims to make a significant contribution to the fundamental research and critical reflexivity of the discipline by pursuing an encyclopaedic dialogue with systematic theology, including theological ethics, and at the same time engaging in interdisciplinary conversations with philosophical and theoretical cultural approaches.


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    Bernhard Dressler, Philipps-Universität Marburg; Thomas Klie und Martina Kumlehn, Universität Rostock; Ralph Kunz, Universität Zürich, Schweiz; Maureen Junker-Kenny, The University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Irland.

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