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5th Nordic Conference in Philosophy of Religion: "The origins of religion in philosophy, theology and religious studies"

5th Nordic Conference in Philosophy of Religion, 8th-11th June 2015, University of Helsinki. Organized by Nordic Society for Philosophy of Religion in conjunction with the Centre of Excellence Reason and Religious Recognition (University of Helsinki and Academy of Finland).

Keynote speakers: Ingolf U. Dalferth, Jan-Olav Henriksen, Simo Knuuttila and Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir

The 5th Nordic conference in Philosophy of Religion pursues the multifaceted and interdisciplinary theme of the origins of religion. The subject is considered at historical, phenomenological, metaphysical, theological and scientific levels. We aim at bringing together methods of research within religious studies, theology and philosophy of religion. Some central questions of the topic are: Where are the roots of religion as a human form of life? Where and why has the concept of religion originated? What is the relationship between religious beliefs and superstitious views? Have the former evolved from the latter? Why do we have religious and magical beliefs? Can we explain religions and religious phenomena by reference to something else than religious self-understanding itself? How should we approach religious texts, lifestyles, communities, and rituals in order to understand them? Is religious practice primary to detailed and reflected religious beliefs? Does religion as a way of life even need doctrinal theology?

A. Explanations and understandings

This session invites papers on the methodology of religious studies and theology in the light of the question on the origin of religious phenomena. How can we approach the question on the nature of religious behavior? The origin of religion has been studied with different methodological approaches by evolutionary psychologists, historians, sociologists, philosophers and confessional theologians. What is the relation between different approaches: contrarian, contradictory or complementary?

B. Religion, magic and rituals

Comparative religion separated into its own field of study in the late 19th and early 20th century in the rise of phenomenological, historical, and anthropological studies of different cultures and their religious practices. Figures in this movement were, for example, Edward Burnett Tylor, James Frazer, Émile Durkheim, Bronislaw Malinowski, William James, and Claude Levi-Strauss. So-called primitive cultures and their religious myths, rituals, and beliefs were the main area of interest and highly present in the source material. While these themes have been prevalent in comparative religion and many early researchers in the field had philosophical undertones, in philosophy of religion rituals, magic, and myths have not had a prominent role.

This session invites papers on the perspective of philosophy of religion to the phenomena and concepts of magic, ritual, and myth, and the philosophical background of studies on these themes in comparative religion, anthropology, and history of religion. What questions arise from the philosophical point of view with regard to magic and religious rituals? What is the difference between religious and magical/animistic beliefs and practices? Are animism, magic, and religion normative concepts? Is religiosity exclusively human phenomenon, or can animals have religious or ritual behavior, too?

C. Religion without theology

Monotheistic traditions in particular have emphasized that one important aspect of religious activity is theology, which can be seen as a systematic attempt to rationally analyze religious concepts and realities. When described in this way, religion comes before theology and religious metaphysical systems: there needs to be a religion first so that there can be theology about it. However, many modern and post-modern philosophers have argued that detailed theological doctrines and metaphysical constructions are irrelevant and misleading aspects of religious phenomena. Should religion and especially religious practice then be seen as the only meaningful feature in religion? Is theological reflection needed for religion? In addition, some, especially atheist or naturalist, thinkers prefer to talk about spirituality instead of religion.

This session invites papers concentrating on the manifold relationships between religion, spirituality and theology. If religion does not need theology or metaphysics, then religion must be capable of maintaining itself without them. But is this obvious? Can religion function without theology? What could this mean? What are the differences and similarities between spirituality and religion?

D. A special symposium organized by the Centre of Excellence Reason and Religious Recognition (University of Helsinki and Academy of Finland): ‘Recognition and Religion’

Invited keynote speakers: Wayne Proudfoot, Thomas Schmidt, Heikki Ikäheimo

The Centre of Excellence Reason and Religious Recognition (University of Helsinki and Academy of Finland) organizes in conjunction with the 5th Nordic Conference in Philosophy of Religion a one-day symposium titled ‘Recognition and Religion’. This special symposium, to be held on the 11th of June 2015, only features invited presentations.

The notion of recognition has been widely discussed by scholars working on Hegel, critical theory, and the French tradition, as well as those working on contemporary social and political philosophy. Recognition may be seen as an intermediary concept between the less demanding concept of toleration and that of full agreement. Toleration is a prerequisite for the flourishing of multicultural societies. Moreover, mutual recognition between various religious and other groups is necessary for the development of positive group identities as well as for social cohesion. But what are the conditions for the possibility of recognition? Do for example religious identities promote individual and social flourishing, or does religion simply foster attitudes of intolerance? In what ways does recognition contribute to the constitution of individual and group identities? These and other themes will be discussed in this symposium.

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We invite max 300 words abstracts of papers on topics A, B and C. The due date of the abstracts is 16th February 2015. The abstracts should be sent to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! and must include applicant’s name, professional affiliation and the title of the paper.

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The conference is arranged by Nordic Society for Philosophy of Religion, the Centre of Excellence Reason and Religious Recognition, the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, the Faculty of Theology in University of Helsinki and the project Philosophy of religion and the method of philosophy in the Department of Systematic Theology in University of Helsinki.

The conference planners are Timo Koistinen, Simo Knuuttila, Sami Pihlström, Hanne Appelqvist, Heikki J. Koskinen, Hanna Ronikonmäki and Dan-Johan Eklund.

 

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Call for Papers: International Journal of Philosophy and Theology

 

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International Journal of Philosophy and Theology

ISSN: 2333-5750 (Print) 2333-5769 (Online)

International Journal of Philosophy and Theology is an international journal that addresses all areas of interest to both philosophy and theology. The Journal publishes original research and review articles. The journal strives to strengthen connections between research and practice, so enhancing professional development and improving practice within the field of philosophy and theology. Papers accepted for publication are double-blind refereed to ensure academic integrity.

The journal is published by the American Research Institute for Policy Development that serves as a focal point for academicians, professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world.

The interested contributors are highly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor via e-mail at Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!. Please indicate the name of the journal (International Journal of Philosophy and Theology) in the cover letter or simply put ‘International Journal of Philosophy and Theology’ in the subject box during submission via e-mail. 

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IJPT is inviting papers for October 2014 issue (Vol. 2 No. 3). The online publication date is October 31, 2014. Submission Deadline: September 30, 2014.

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Forum Humanum Claremont Conference Grants 2015 for doctoral students and PHDs

The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum (Hamburg) has generously provided 10 conference grants ($2200 each) to enable doctoral students and new PHDs (not earlier than 2010) to participate in the Claremont Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference 2015.

Each year the Claremont Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference brings together thinkers from different religions, traditions, and academic disciplines to discuss one particular theme in the fields of Religion, Theology and Philosophy of Religion. The theme of the 36th conference will be »Seif or No-Self? The Debate about Selflessness«. The conference will be held at Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California, on February 19-21, 2015. Speakers will include: Iben Damgaard (Copenhagen), Jonardon Ganeri (Sussex), Amy Hollywood (Harvard), Gereon Kopf (Decorah), Dietrich Korsch (Marburg), Joseph O’Leary (Nanzan), Joseph Prabhu (Pasadena), and Evan Thompson (Toronto).

The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum (Hamburg) has generously provided 10 conference grants ($2200 each) to enable doctoral students and new PHDs (not earlier than 2010) to participate in the conference. The grant is meant to cover all expenses. Recipients will have the opportunity to attend the conference on Friday and Saturday and to present a paper (15 double-spaced pages) on the topic of the conference. To create space for the discussion of their contributions, a pre-conference seminar will be held on Thursday, February 18, on the same topic as the main conference. All grant recipients will be expected to participate in this seminar and introduce not their own but one of the other papers for discussion. Five papers will be chosen for publication along with the conference contributions in the Claremont Studies of Philosophy of Religion (Mohr Siebeck Tübingen).

We invite doctoral students and recent PhDs to submit a one page CV and a 5 page, double spaced abstract (approximately 1600 words) of their proposed paper on the topic of ‘Self or No-Self’. Applicants should submit their proposal as a Word document with no marks that identify the author so that it will be suitable for blind review. For a more detailed description of the conference topic see http://www.cgu.edu/pages/6243.asp. Applications should be sent by email to

Prof. Dr. Ingolf U. Dalferth (Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!)
Department of Religion
Claremont Graduate University
831 North Dartmouth Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711

by August 31, 2014 (midnight Pacific time). Applications will be blind reviewed by an international committee of scholars. Recipients will be notified in October. Drafts of the papers are due by January 15, 2014.

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Call for Papers: Konferenz der European Society for the Philosophy of Religion vom 28. – 31. August 2014 in Münster zum Thema “Transforming Religion”

In den letzten Jahren ist Religion mit neuer Emphase als Teil der kulturellen Evolution des Menschen interpretiert worden. Sozialwissenschaftler und Evolutionswissenschaftler haben sich dazu verstärkt des Themas Religion angenommen und im Kontext der Evolution untersucht. Schon 1964 hatte Robert N. Bellah in einem Aufsatz über „Religious Evolution“ die entsprechende Fragestellung etabliert. Er hatte sich damals vor allem auf die Evolution der
religiösen Symbolsysteme konzentriert und die Verbindung der Evolution von Religion mit der sozio-kulturellen Evolution des Menschen insgesamt nur angedeutet, aber nicht eigens untersucht. Dies ist dann in den folgenden Jahrzehnten stärker bearbeitet worden, zuerst vereinzelt, in jüngster Zeit vermehrt. Die grundsätzliche Frage ist, ob Religion aus der Evolution des Menschen resultiere und inwiefern Religion zur Evolution des Menschen, zu seinem Überleben, seiner Reproduktion und zu seiner kulturellen Entwicklung beigetragen hat und beiträgt. Wenn Religion ein evolutionärer Vorteil des Menschen gewesen sein sollte und weiterhin ist, dann würde den religiösen Überzeugungen und Handlungen möglicherweise auch eine Logik der Anpassung innewohnen, ja, wäre vielleicht sogar das eigentliche Regulativ von Religion. Religion wäre dann zu beschreiben als ein natürliches Resultat der kulturellen
Evolution, ja, insgesamt der Evolution des Menschen. Für die Religionsphilosophie stellt sich die Frage, welche Konsequenzen es für die  religionsphilosophische Reflexion hätte, wenn die genannte Hypothese stimmen würde. Wie verändern sich das Verständnis, die religionsphilosophische Reflexion und der methodische Umgang mit dem Thema Religion, wenn Religion als Moment der sozio-kulturellen Evolution des Menschen verstanden wird?


Da die Fragestellung selbst in der europäischen Religionsphilosophie der Gegenwart umstritten ist, wird sie auf der Konferenz in einem weiteren Horizont behandelt, der im Konferenzthema “Transforming Religion” zum Ausdruck kommt. Die Mehrdeutigkeit des Ausdrucks „transforming“ ist beabsichtigt. Religion soll einerseits selbst als Gegenstand von Veränderung, von Entwicklung, ja, von Evolution in den Blick genommen werden. Andererseits soll die Rolle der Religion für sozio-kulturelle Transformationen, Entwicklungen und Veränderungen diskutiert werden.


Den verschiedenen Dimensionen des Themas soll auf der Konferenz in vier Sektionen mit folgenden Fragenkomplexen nachgegangen werden.


1. Transformation von Religion. Gibt es Fortschritte in der Religionsgeschichte? Stehen Religionen für die stabile metaphysische Ordnung der natürlichen und sittlichen Wirklichkeit inmitten einer sich permanent verändernden Welt - oder vollziehen Religionen selbst eine innere (essentielle) Entwicklung? Wie verarbeiten die Religionen den Entwicklungsgedanken intern? Wie verhält sich Religion zu Geschichte und Veränderung? Wie verläuft die
Transformation der religiösen symbolischen Systeme?
Hauptvorträge: Prof. Dr. Jörg Dierken (Halle-Wittenberg); Prof. Dr. Simo Knuuttila (Helsinki)


2. Evolution und Religion. Inwiefern ist Religion als Teil menschlicher Evolution (bzw. Evolutionsgeschichte) zu verstehen? Was folgt aus der Analyse der Genese von Religion? Welche Kritik an Religion erwächst daraus (z.B. genetische Religionskritik)? Und welche Bedeutung hat solche Kritik für eine zeitgemäße Konzeption von Religion?
Hauptvorträge: Prof. Dr. Steve Fuller (Warwick); Dr. Taede A. Smedes (Nijmegen)


3. Gottesgedanke und Evolution. Was folgt für das Denken Gottes aus der Einsicht in die Evolution des Menschen, der Lebewesen, ja, des Universums? Lässt sich auch eine Evolution Gottes denken? Was tragen die Prozesstheologie und der Panentheismus zu dieser Frage bei?
Hauptvorträge: Prof. Dr. Niels Henrik Gregersen (Kopenhagen); Prof. Dr. Dr. Klaus Müller (Münster)


4. Dynamik der Veränderung. Unter welchen Voraussetzungen tragen Religionen zur Transformation, Entwicklung und zum Fortschritt in Gesellschaften bei? Ist Religion ein Entwicklungshemmnis oder ein Anreger von Transformation, Entwicklung und Fortschritt? Enthalten Religionen in sich eine Dynamik ihrer eigenen Transformation und Entwicklung?
Hauptvorträge: Prof. Dr. Daphne Hampson (St. Andrews); Prof. Dr. Walter van Herck (Antwerp)


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Wer auf der Konferenz gerne einen Kurzvortrag (20 Minuten Vortrag und 10 Minuten Diskussion) halten möchte, der auf das Konferenzthema insgesamt oder eines der vier Unterthemen bezogen ist, der kann dies unter Angabe des Themas und mit einer kurzen Zusammenfassung (max. 15 Zeilen) per e-mail bei der Tagungsleitung (Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Großhans - Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!) anmelden. Die Tagungsleitung behält sich eine Auswahl der Kurzvorträge vor. Der Kurzvortrag kann in Deutsch oder Englisch gehalten werden. Anmeldeschluß eines Kurzvortrags ist der 15. Juni 2014.


Weitere Information über die Konferenz finden Sie auf der Website der ESPR: http://www.philosophy-of-religion.org

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11. Internationales Hamann-Kolloquium: "Natur und Geschicht" (18.-21. Februar 2015 in Wuppertal)

 

Das Internationale Hamann-Kolloquium führt seit 1976 Forscher verschiedener Fachrichtungen zusammen, um die wissenschaftliche Arbeit am Werk Johann Georg Hamanns (1730-1788) zu fördern.

Vorbereitet wird zurzeit das elfte Kolloquium, das vom 18.-21. Februar 2015 in Wuppertal an der Kirchlichen Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel stattfinden wird. Es ist dem Themenkreis „Natur und Geschichte“ im Werk Hamanns gewidmet.

Folgende Themenfelder bieten sich zur Bearbeitung an:

Zugänge zur Wirklichkeit von Natur und Geschichte:

  • Die „Bücher“ der Natur und Geschichte und die Frage ihrer Lesbarkeit
  • Urkunden und Zeugnisse
  • Beobachtung und Weissagung, Erinnerung und Hoffnung
  • Vernunft und Glaube

Das Verständnis der Zeit in Natur und Geschichte:

  • Der universalgeschichtliche Rahmen: Natur und Geschichte zwischen Genesis und Apokalypse
  • Zeitliche und ewige Geschichtswahrheiten
  • Fortschritt und Wiederkehr des Gleichen

Zwischen Natur und Geschichte:

  • Der Kulturauftrag des Menschen
  • Naturrecht
  • Materialistische und idealistische Konzeptionen
  • Geschichte der Natur und Geschichte als Werk des Menschen
  • Der Glaube an die Vorsehung im Blick auf Universalgeschichte und individuelle Lebensgeschichte

Hamann in seiner Zeit

  • Besondere Herausforderungen im Kontext des 18. Jahrhunderts
  • Katastrophen in Natur und Geschichte (Kriege)
  • Lebensgeschichte im Spannungsfeld von Politik, Ökonomie und Gesellschaft

Mit den Stichworten sind Anregungen gegeben. Weitere Vorschläge zur Entfaltung des Generalthemas sind willkommen. Für alle Themen gilt: Hamanns Denken bildet sich aus im Gespräch mit anderen Autoren und Konzeptionen, mit denen er sich kritisch auseinandersetzt und auf die er seinerseits herausfordernd und anregend wirkt. Gewünscht sind daher auch Beiträge, die Kontexte und wirkungsgeschichtliche Zusammenhänge einbeziehen bzw. erschließen.

Ein- bis zweiseitige Exposés mit Angaben zu Gegenstand, Methode und Bezugstexten des vorgeschlagenen Beitrags werden bis 24. Mai 2014 per E-mail oder auf dem Postweg erbeten an

Prof. Dr. Johannes von Lüpke (Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!)

Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel, Missionsstraße 9, D-42285 Wuppertal

 


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Call for papers: International Symposium “Mind and Culture” (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, December 5–6, 2014)

Philosophy of mind, treating classical philosophical topics such as consciousness, mental attributes and mental functions with respect to the body and bodily states, in a current context, is one of the most highly represented philosophical disciplines today. The purpose of the symposium “Mind and Culture” is to consider the concept of mind in a broader context, namely, as related to cultural production and social life forms, or the world as “Lebenswelt”. The fundamental character of human mind is visible in the fact that mind not only explains phenomena, but also creates artistic works, creates a world of culture and its institutions, and also interprets and critically evaluates these. In this context the question of “methodical culturalism” as conditioned by already existing linguistic practice or life forms (Wittgenstein) is of central importance.
The idea of ”second nature” which manifests as a result of cultural production of human spirit (Hegel) also plays a significant role in reflection on the concept of “mind”. Critical evaluation of the manifestations of culture mentioned above shows the relevance of the classical concept of education (Bildung), which presupposes the formation of the human spirit and identity in study of the object of investigation. The Institute of Philosophy in Zagreb, which
among its other emphases dedicates research to the study of philosophical and cultural heritage and the analysis and evaluation of contemporary philosophical topics, has chosen this topic as theme of its annual symposium “Mind and Culture” in order to consider in depth the complexity and significance of these concepts.


Please send the provisional title (by March 21, 2014) and an abstract (about 500 words) (by September 1, 2014) to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!
Organizational committee: Filip Grgić, Zdravko Radman, Ivana Skuhala Karasman, Jure Zovko (chair)

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Conference: Divine Action in the World: Philosophical and Theological Inquiries

August 4 - 6, 2014, Haus der Begegnung, Innsbruck, Austria

A basic claim of theistic belief systems is that God engages in relationship with his creation. One way to understand this relationship is provided by talk about God’s actions. This includes not only his creating, sustaining, and bringing to perfection of the world, but also his intervention in the course of its history.
Talk of God’s action in the world, however, is open to many interpretations, since it raises numerous questions about the causal structure of reality, laws of nature, and human free will.

  • Do the laws of nature allow God to intervene at all, and how great is his sphere of action for doing so?
  • Is a real relationship between a limitless, eternal, and necessarily existing Creator and his Creation even conceivable?
  • Is the course of history completely determined by God, its creator and sustainer?
  • Does God influence or even occasionally override the wills of human beings in order to achieve his ends?
  • How does his salvific work relate to the evil in the world?
  • Does God respond to petitionary prayer?

Coming to grips with these and similar questions is crucial for properly engaging with any theistic belief system. In our conference, internationally renowned philosophers and theologians will discuss these questions and give new and innovative answers.

Organized by: Georg Gasser, Johannes Grössl, Lukas Kraus

PLENARY SPEAKERS: Gregory Boyd (Bethel University, USA), Ingolf Dalferth (University of Zürich, Switzerland, and Claremont Graduate University, USA), Paul Helm (Regent College, Canada), Lydia Jaeger (Nogent Bible Institute, France), Derk Pereboom (Cornell University, USA), Thomas Schärtl (University of Augsburg, Germany), Hans-Christian Schmidbaur (University of Lugano, Switzerland), Christoph Schwöbel (University of Tübingen, Germany), Helen Steward (University of Leeds, UK), Klaus von Stosch (University of Paderborn, Germany), Charles Taliaferro (St. Olaf College, USA), Kevin Timpe (Northwest Nazarene University, USA)
Thomas F. Tracy (Bates College, USA), Josef Quitterer (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Daniel von Wachter (International Academy of Philosophy, Liechtenstein)

The conference folder can now be downloaded here.

ADDITIONAL CALL FOR PAPERS:

We have at least two open slots for professional talks at our conference. If you are a (assistant/associate/full) professor at an academic institution and want to contribute to our conference, please send us an extended abstract of your paper (1.200 – 1.800 words) and a CV by February 1, 2014. We will let you know of our decision by March 15, 2014.

Your contributions will be considered for publication in a special issue of the European Journal for Philosophy of Religion on the conference.

A note on expenses: We will cover board & lodging but we are not able to cover traveling expenses too.

Link: Webpage of the Conference "Divine Action in the World: Philosophical and Theological Inquiries"




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Transforming Religion. 20th Biennal Conference / The European Society for the Philosophy of Religion

Conference, 28th-31st August 2014, Münster (Germany)

Short papers (with a reading time of 20 minutes) are invited from young and experienced scholars on any issue connected to the conference theme. Please submit a title and short abstract (max. 15 lines) — indicating to which of the four sections the proposed paper is relevant — by email to the chairman of the conference, Hans-Peter Grosshans (Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!). The deadline for receipt of submissions is 31st March 2014.

For more information about the conference see "Veranstaltungen" or click here.

 




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3rd Biennial Glasgow Philosophy of Religion Seminar

Seminar at the University of Glasgow, 29th-30th, May 2014

Presentations are invited on any topic within analytic philosophy of religion, broadly construed to include non-western traditions. Papers on comparative philosophy of religion are also welcome. If you would like your work to be considered for presentation at this event please email an abstract of between 300 and 500 words to Victoria Harrison ( Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!) by 15th January 2014. Your paper should have a reading time of approximately 40 minutes. Please state on your submission if you are a graduate student. You will be informed of the decision by 28th February 2014. Papers accepted for presentation will be considered for publication in Philosophy Compass, Blackwell's fully peer-reviewed online philosophy journal.

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„Schuld als Herausforderung für Theologie und Kirche“

Tagung „Schuld als Herausforderung für Theologie und Kirche“ (30.05.–01.06.2014 in Münster)

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen, die Tagung mit einem eigenen themenrelevanten Beitrag (20 min, 10 min Diskussion) zu bereichern. Senden Sie hierzu bitte ein Abstract (max. 500 Wörter; deutsch od. englisch, pdf-Dokument) bis zum 15. November 2013 an: Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!"

Für mehr Informationen zur Tagung vgl. den Eintrag in der Rubrik "Veranstaltungen" oder siehe hier.