Johanne Stubbe T Kristensen

Johanne Stubbe T Kristensen

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Primary research areas

The primary research areas are: systematic theology, modern constructive theology, especially post-dialectical theology (with a focus on the doctrine of God), theology of the Trinity, eschatology, theological anthropology, embodied theology, theology and science, theology of religions, ecumenical theology and the theology of culture (narrative theology, pop theology and the theology of gender).  

Present research projects

  • Existence, health, theology. The project concerns present challenges in current health and lifestyle research.

  • Embodied theology with regard to foundational problems in theology, particularly the relationship between theology, phenomenology and psychoanalyses.   

  • Theology of hope. Eschatological issues, with a focus on death, resurrection, judgement and the Second Coming.

  • Post-dialectical theology (especially the theology of Paul Tillich, Gerhard Sauter, Jürgen Moltmann and Wolfhart Pannenberg, as well as its reception).

  • The scientific character of theology and the method of dogmatics. The project departs from a historical and critical reading of the theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg.

  • Theology of the Trinity. The project reworks current conceptualizations of the Trinity through a phenomenological-analytical exploration of Wolfhart Pannenberg’s theology of the Trinity.

     

     

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