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  1. Bugge, David

    Ethics (Arts and ethics, Literary 'all-love', Literature and ethics, Narrative ethics), 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), 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

      Ethics (Religion and politics), 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), 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)

      • Nissen, Ulrik

        Ethics (Bioethics, Environmental ethics, Political theology), 20th century (Bernhard Waldenfels, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, K. E. Løgstrup, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Michel Henry), Age of Enlightenment (Christian Wolff, Immanuel Kant), Antiquity (Augustine), Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics, Ethical and moral forms of reasoning (Natural law and rights, Responsibity, Virtue ethics), Late Antiquity and Christian ethics, Medical ethics, Modern moral philosophy and moral criticism, Philosophy of religion (Embodiment, Phenomenology, Religious pluralism, Secularization and religion), Reformation (Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon)