Call for Submissions: Religion and Emancipation

The Emancipatory Promise of Inventive Theology 17-19 June 2021 a workshop atLuxembourg School of Religion & Societyin cooperation withStrasbourg UniversityandVrije Universiteit Amsterdam(Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary andCentre for Contextual Biblical Interpretation) Argument Religions, each time in a specific manner, appear to be inhabited by contradictory doubleness. On the one hand, they tend generally toward a justification of … Lees verder Call for Submissions: Religion and Emancipation

Watch: Mini-Conference Unsettling Otherness 26 February, 15:00-17:00 CET (Online) Unsettling OthernessTheopoetics and the future of interreligious encounter Catherine Keller, Paul Hedges, and Laura Schmidt Roberts in conversationwith Marius van Hoogstraten, Jean Ehret and Chris Doude van Troostwijk The Chair of Inventive Theology at the Mennonite Seminary/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Luxembourg School of Religion & Society are proud … Lees verder Watch: Mini-Conference Unsettling Otherness

Religion and Emancipation: Two Encounters and a Workshop (pre-announcement)

Strasbourg, 8-9 April 2021 September/October 2021 (Language: French)Amsterdam, 14-15 June 2021 (Language: English)Luxembourg, 17-19 June 2021 (Language: English) Today, traditionalist and fundamentalist movements in various religions seems to gain influence in the most retrograde and anti-democratic shapes, which push them to reject any vision on socio-political emancipation. This tendency seems to confirm criticisms that consider … Lees verder Religion and Emancipation: Two Encounters and a Workshop (pre-announcement)


The visiting professorship for Inventive Theology was instituted in 2015 to give substance to the possible position and role of progressive and liberal faith in a secularized time. Through research, education and public lectures, we seek the renewed conversation with tradition, science and culture. To believe freely is "non-dogmatic," but what is it affirmatively? And … Lees verder About