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An Gott als Person glauben? 
Christian Kummer
Believe in God as a Person?
A Forensic Study

God is a person – a statement of faith firmly anchored in the Christian understanding of God. But what does this statement mean? What can it mean today in an era characterised by scientific thinking? Christian Kummer addresses precisely these burning questions. He sees the perception that every experience of reality, even the experience of a belief in God, takes place in dialogue as an interplay of aspirations and answers

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Ein Kelch für zwei 
Jörg Bremer (ed.)
A Goblet for Two
The Ecumenical Debate on Communion for Interdenominational Couples

The Catholic German Bishops' Conference is experiencing a rift due to the question of whether Protestant partners who go to Catholic mass are also permitted to have communion – and if they are, under which conditions. Pope Francis has instructed the bishops to find an amicable solution, but it appears to be a long way off. Theology and Church law allow different interpretations, and the Pastoral has its own aspects.

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Priester sein heute 
George Augustin (ed.)
Being a Priest Today
Life - Calling - Mission

The increasing shortage of priests is an issue related to the future and destiny of the Catholic Church. Which significance do priests have for the Church according to the testimonies of faith and how can a future image of priests be shaped in such a way that it appears as an attractive image of life to the believers?

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Und Gott segnete sie 
Hubert Philipp Weber
And God Blessed Them
Understanding the Story of Creation

Is belief in the Creator God compatible with the theory of the Big Bang and the self-evolving universe? Which questions determine the conversation between natural sciences and faith? And which questions do the Creation stories of the Bible answer?

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Zuerst das Reich Gottes 
Rolf Zerfaß
First, the Kingdom of God
Outline of a New Pastoral Culture

»Seek first the Kingdom of God,« is what Jesus said – and not: Seek first a common order of worship, a new deanery homepage or a change in the diocesan structure. Rolf Zerfass' texts correct the Church priorities: The Kingdom of God comes first and with it the promise of a fulfilled and solidary life for all people!

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Schuld und Sünde (in) der Kirche 
Julia Enxing
Guilt and Sins of (in) the Church
A Systematic Theological Investigation

Can the Church be sinful? The tension between the Church's holiness and sinfulness that has hardly been a topic, as well as the largely unanswered question of whether the Church itself can become guilty, both stand in the way of recognizing its responsibility in acts of violence: If the existing understanding of the Church doesn't allow us to think that the Church could become guilty, then this conclusion also must not be allowed. Consequently, there would also be no reason to confess that the Church is guilty. However, the fact that Church confessions of guilt already existed in the past is a first indication that the Church's capacity for guilt is at least not implicitly ruled out. The current study asks for a closer definition of the Church's capacity for guilt.

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Geistlich denken 
Edward Fröhling
Spiritual Thinking
The Fruitful Tension of Fundamental Theology and Spirituality

Fundamental theology is a dialogue project – as self-assurance for the Church and as an apologia to doubters, believers of other religions and non-believers. It is concerned with the disclosure of one`s own motives that allow the faith to be acceptable and understandable as a form of thought and life. But what do mysticism and spirituality – from Dionysius Areopagita to Master Eckhart, from Johann Arndt to Nelly Sachs and Jon Sobrino – contribute to the dialogue project on the reassurance of faith?

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Hans-Joachim Sander
Topological Dogma

The function of dogma is to give deeper expression to the words of God in light of tradition and contemporary signs of the time. This task must constantly be revisited in order to take present thinking into account in speaking of God in ways that are appropriate, believable and useful to people.

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Vergeben und versöhnen 
Peter Kohlgraf
Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Experiences of Faith – Fields of Action

Forgiveness and reconciliation are main themes of the Christian faith. This study approaches the topic from a practical and pastoral theological perspective. How do people live as »experts« in forgiveness and reconciliation within their relationships? What role does their faith play in this?

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Nicht gleichgültig bleiben! 
Norbert Mette
Don´t Be Indifferent!
The social message of Pope Francis

The social teachings of Pope Francis make it clear that Christian faith is not only a private matter. He addresses every pressing challenge of our day: refugees, hunger, unemployment, an idolatrous economy, climate change, wars and terror.

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