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  1. Albinus, Lars

    20th century (Jürgen Habermas, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Michel Foucault, Simone Weil), Antiquity (Augustine, Plato), Graeco-Roman religions (From mythos to logos, Greek Eschatology, The notion of daimon), Mysticism and spirituality (Simone Weil), Myth analysis (Greek Mythology), Philosophy of religion (Neo-wittgensteinian philosophy of religion, Reformed epistemology), Research methods (Analytics of power, Discourse analysis, Philosophy of language)

    • Bugge, David

      19th century (Søren Kierkegaard), 20th century (Arts and ethics, Ethics, Iris Murdoch, Isak Dinesen, K.E. Løgstrup, Kaj Munk, Literature and theology, Martin A. Hansen, Milan Kundera, Narrative theology, Religious criticism), Aesthetics and religion (Literature and Christian Ethics, Writing and ethics), Church art (Christianity and arts), Ethics (Arts and ethics, Literary 'all-love', Literature and ethics, Narrative ethics), History of the reception of the Bible (Bible and literature), Literary epochs (Heretica), Modern aesthetics (starting with Baumgarten) (Iris Murdoch, Isak Dinesen, K.E. Løgstrup, Martin A. Hansen, Milan Kundera), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Literature and ethics, Narrative theology), Text theory and analysis (Isak Dinesen, K.E. Løgstrup, Kaj Munk, Martin A. Hansen, Milan Kundera)

      • Holm, Bo Kristian

        20th century (Luther Renaissance, Radical Orthodoxy), Brotherly love (Eros and agape, Faith and works), Church history (The Reformation), Dogma and creed (Christology and soteriology, Communicatio idiomatum, Doctrine of Trinity, Finnish Lutherresearch, Function of Doctrine, Justification and reciprocity, Lutheran Theology, Theology and gift economy), Ethics (Religion and politics), God (Evil, Forgiveness, Theology and social anthropology), History of the reception of the Bible (Paul and Luther), Pastoral care (Pastoral care and Lutheran Theology), Reformation (Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon)

        • Iversen, Simon Nørgaard

          Antiquity (Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Musonius Rufus, Seneca, Zeno), Christianity (Early Christianity), Classical political philosophy (Plato/Aristotle) (Plato, Stoicism), Graeco-Roman religions (Cynicism, Stoicism), History of religion (Axial Age, Cultural Evolution), Phenomenology of religion, Philosophers (Foucault), Religion and society (History of mentality, Intellectual history, State and Religion), Research methods (Discourse Analysis, Identity, Ideology)

          • Jacobsen, Anders-Christian

            Antiquity (Augustine, Irenaeus, Origen), Dogma and creed (Antiquity and Christianity, Apologetics, Canon, Christology, Creation, Doctrine of Trinity, Eschatology, God, History of Doctrines, History of Theology, Patristics, Religion and normativity, Theology of the Early Church), Fathers of the church (Apologists, Augustine, Gregor, Irenaeus, Origen), History of the reception of the Bible (Interpretation of the Bible in the Ancient Church)

            • Kühle, Lene

              20th century (Pierre Bourdieu, Theory of Modernity), Church history (Danish Eccleciastical Law, recognition of religious communities), Democracy and power, Islam, Multireligiosity (Religious pluralism), Religious movements, Research methods, Sociology of religion

              • Lorenzen, Søren Carsten Light

                20th century, Old Testament (Anthropology, Memory, Narrative Identity, Poetry, Prophets), Psychology of culture (Memory and Narration,, Narrative Identity), Semiotics and semiology

                • Nørager, Troels

                  20th century (Jürgen Habermas, William James), Brotherly love (Christian concept of love), God (Non-theistic conceptions of God), Philosophy of religion ('heart' as metaphor in religious language, eros and agape, religion and democracy, religion and love)

                  • Olesen, Mattias Gori

                    19th century (Philosophers, Theologians), 20th century (Philosophers, Theologians), Classical philosophy (particularly Plato and Aristotle) (modern reception in the Arabic world), Islam, Medieval philosophy (in the Islamic world, modern reception), Middle Ages (Mystics, Philosophers, Theologians), Mysticism and spirituality (Medieval, Modern), Nationalism (Easternism, Egyptian nationalism, Pan-arabism)

                    • Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

                      20th century, Antiquity (Augustine), Christianity (dogmatics/systematic theology, feminist theology, historical theology, liberation theology, political theology, theology of reconciliation), Dogma and creed (Christology and soteriology, ecclesiology, eschatology, Historical theology, History of Doctrines, Mariology, The Creeds and declarations, Trinity), Ecumenical work (Ecumenical dialogues, Evang.-Luth. Church in Dk, Ministry), Middle Ages (Beatrice of Nazareth, Bernard of Clairvaux, Gertrude the Great, Mechtild of Hackeborn, Medieval everyday theology:), Mysticism and spirituality

                      • Rabjerg, Bjørn

                        19th century (Søren Kierkegaard), 20th century (K.E. Løgstrup), Anthropological psychology (specific to Man) (Philosophical and Theological Anthropology), Christianity (Dialectical Theology, Theological Existentialism), Ethical and moral forms of reasoning, Existentialism (Kierkegaard, Sartre), Phenomenology (Heidegger, Husserl, Løgstrup, Scheler), Philosophers (K.E. Løgstrup), Philosophy of religion, Philosophy of science for the humanities

                        • Rønkilde, Jette Bendixen

                          19th century (N.F.S. Grundtvig), Christianity, Dogma and creed, Ecumenical work, Liturgy (Liturgical ecclesiology, Liturgical presence, The Theology of Worship), Phenomenology, Religion and cognition (Embodied mind -embodiment), Rituals

                          • Widmann, Peter

                            19th century (German Idealism), 20th century (Hermeneutics and Philosophy of Religion, Martin Heidegger, Radical Orthodoxy, Religious criticism), Dogma and creed