Globalisierte Religion 978-3-16-152036-5 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Henrik Simojoki

Globalisierte Religion

Ausgangspunkte, Maßstäbe und Perspektiven religiöser Bildung in der Weltgesellschaft

[Globalized Religion. Origins, Standards and Perspectives of Religious Education in the Global Society.]

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A careful look at one's own environment is enough to show that religion is becoming increasingly globalized in the 21st century. Henrik Simojoki's interdisciplinary study leads to a coherent theory of religious education which he develops within the triple context of the globalized world, globalized Christianity and globalized religions.
A careful look at one's own environment is enough to show that religion is becoming increasingly globalized in the 21st century. Henrik Simojoki deals with this complex phenomenon. He begins by describing the large-scale globalization of religion from a sociological standpoint, then looks at it from the perspective of theology and in conclusion puts it into the context of the globalization debate on education. His interdisciplinary study leads to a coherent theory of religious education which he develops within the triple context of the globalized world, globalized Christianity and globalized religions. He describes the precise ways in which this theory can be used for preparing lessons in and for teaching religion.
Authors/Editors

Henrik Simojoki Geboren 1975; Studium der Evangelischen Theologie in Heidelberg, Tübingen und Erlangen; 2007 Promotion; 2012 Habilitation; Vertretung des Lehrstuhls für Religionspädagogik an der Universität des Saarlandes.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Theologische Rundschau — 82 (2017), S. 353–366 (Bernd Schröder)
In: Theo-Web — 12 (2013), S. 187–193 (Martin Schreiner)
In: Internat. Journal of Practical Theology — 18 (2014), S. 165–168 (Hans-Günter Heimbrock)
In: Concilium — 2013, Heft 1, S. 194
In: Zeitschr. f.int. Bildungsf. u. Entwicklungspädagogik — 2013, Heft 4, S. 40–42 (Martin Affolderbach)