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Dogmatik in der Moderne

Edited by Christian Danz, Jörg Dierken, Hans-Peter Großhans, and Friederike Nüssel

Dogmatics in the Modern Age, deals with subjects pertaining to material dogmatics. It presents studies which explore a problem posed by the modern age, the problem of an indispensable, but differing relationship to experiences and of the plurality of methodological approaches in view of issues in material dogmatics. What are the consequences of the various parallel approaches, based on revelation theology, the theory of subjectivity, the history of theology, idealism, hermeneutics, speech analysis, religious denomination, context and others for the accountability for every thing which pertains to Christianity? How is it possible for the Christian faith to have an impact today in the context of the religious pluralism in European societies and also in view of the challenges of Christian ecumenism? The Dogmatics in the Modern Age series sees itself as a forum for studies whose purpose is to use the various concepts in fundamental theology and methodology in order to make it easy to understand the individual themes and problems of Christian dogmatics and to prove their worth, or to obtain feedback and thus new suggestions for the prolegomena to dogmatics or to fundamental theology by extrapolating on material dogmatics.

ISSN: 1869-3962 / eISSN: 2569-3913 - Suggested citation: DoMo