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Welcome to the web presence of the Global Network for Public Theology! As a network with member institutions from all continents, we foster scholarly exchange about the contribution of Christianity to public discourse in such diverse fields as social ethics, environmental ethics, and political ethics. Research within the network focuses on the respective regional, cultural, social, and political contexts in which churches and academic theologians work in their countries and on the bearing these contexts have on theology.
Photo: Prof. Dr Thomas Wabel (Bamberg, Germany) hands over the GNPT batik cloth to the new host, Prof. Dr Rudolf von Sinner (Curitiba, Brasil) during the 2019 consultation at Bamberg
- New primer – state of the art on Public Theology in the Global NorthProfessors from Radboud University, Netherlands, Christoph Hübenthal and Christiane Alpers edited theT&T Clark Handbook of Public Theology. ThisContinue reading “New primer – state of the art on Public Theology in the Global North“
- Youtube playlist of the Center for Religion in Society webinars now availableThe Centre for Religion in Society (CRiS) at York St. John University was established in 2008. Led byContinue reading “Youtube playlist of the Center for Religion in Society webinars now available”
- South Africans reflect on Everyday Changemakers in Urban Ministry“Subversion, creativity, and sustainability” is the theme for 14th Biennial Consultation on Urban Ministry hosted by The InstituteContinue reading “South Africans reflect on Everyday Changemakers in Urban Ministry”
If you are part of a member institute and you want to share your latest news here, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Journal of Public Theology, affiliated with the Global Network for Public Theology, is a platform for original inter/transdisciplinary research in field of public theology seeks to be in creative dialogue with different academic disciplines, including politics, economics, law and security studies, cultural studies, religion, spirituality, the natural science and the social sciences and the study of globalization.
Expanding the network
The GNPT is a network of higher education institutions that offer postgraduate programs or do research in public theology. Therefore, if your institution is one of higher education and offers postgraduate program or do research in public theology, its may become a GNPT member. Interested institutions have to be nominated by a member.
Please send a message indicating your interest. A regional representative of the board is able to help you with questions regarding expectations and hopes for a membership and to find a member institution that could support the nomination your research institutions.
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