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Praktische Theologie in Geschichte und Gegenwart

Edited by Christian Albrecht, Tobias Braune-Krickau, Stefanie Lorenzen and Bernd Schröder

The purpose of this series is to offer a forum for studies on Practical Theology incorporating Religious Education that are historically well-versed and systematically orientated. Insightful historical-systematic works open towards other – be they empirical, comparative or action-orientated – aspects of practical-theological reflexion perspectives are thus provided room to connect. In this way, Practical Theology and Religious Education equally safeguard their interest in clarifying crucial religious and ecclesiastical phenomena such as their intentions to constructively criticise contemporary Christianity. The series publishes studies on constitutional questions as well as tangible issues of all Practical Theology's sub-disciplines, including Religious Education. Each volume should, like the series as a whole, reflect the common bond between these disciplines in view of the questions they pose, their methods and insistence on precision. Prerequisite is that the works do not confuse Practical Theology with its related practice.

ISSN: 1862-8958 / eISSN: 2569-4219 - Suggested citation: PThGG