The selection of archaeological research material should be re-evaluated
All research requires decisions on how to restrict the material under study. The material included in an archaeological study is in many ways...
Critical comparison of the Bible and the Quran
Studying the Bible and the Quran side by side helps us understand that the two are fundamentally part of the same narrative tradition.
Early Christian rituals studied with a computer simulation
Theology uses digital methods in many different ways, e.g., in ritual research.
Terror in the name of religion?
A lack of basic understanding of religion promotes susceptibility to propaganda and radicalisation.
Protecting the weak
The new research and teaching project in urban theology seeks theological perspectives to solutions for social problems caused by urbanisation.
Irreligious or multireligious?
The number of people who are irreligious or do not belong to a religion is growing steadily in the West. This does not mean that the...
Muslims and Islam are still Europe’s “Other”
Both Islam and Europe are continuously changing and evolving. This change need not necessarily lead to hostility or closed borders. Rather than...
Compassion will revolutionise work
Without compassion, there can be no human wellbeing or deep relationships. But can an organisation be both competitive and compassionate?