In most societies around the world, life in the twenty-first century is increasingly characterized by globalization, new media, and pluralization. Religions need to adapt in different ways in order to live amidst a plurality of religious worldviews, secularism, and interculturality.
This collection of articles reflects the heartfelt conviction that in today's times, the Christian faith witness requires several points of reference. The author calls, firstly, for a contemporary intercultural hermeneutics, secondly, for a doxological theology of mission, and, thirdly, for a theology of interreligious relations.
Prof. Dr. theol., Dr. habil. Henning Wrogemann (born 1964) holds the chair for Science of Religion and Intercultural Theology at the Protestant University Wuppertal/Bethel (Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel), Germany. He also heads the Institute of Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies (www.iitis.de). He is author of the three volume Textbook Intercultural Theology (InterVarity Press, 2016 - 2019).