Muehling

 Curriculum Vitae

 

  • since 2014 chairman of the Karl-Heim Society
  • since 2013 Member of the Center of Theological Inquiry (CTI), Princeton, NJ
  • since 2011 Professor of Systematic Theology & Interdisciplinary Dialogue, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
  • 2009–2010 Visiting professor, King‘s College, University of Aberdeen, Scotland
  • 2007–2011 Heisenberg-fellow of the German Research Federation (DFG), University of Heidelberg
  • 2004–2007 Pastoral training of the Protestant Church of Baden, ordination
  • 1999–2004 Lecturer at the Ecumenical Institute of the University of Heidelberg
  • 1998–1999 Lecturer at the Institute of Systematic Theology & Social-Ethics at the University of Kiel
  • 1996–1998 Research-fellowship of the state of Schleswig-Holstein

 

 

Prof. Dr. Markus Mühling • Scharnhorststr. 1 • C16.119 • D-21335 Lüneburg • Fon +49.4131.677-1769 • Fax +49.4131.6772599 • markus.muehling@leuphana.de

staff: Lecturer: Dr. David A. Gilland Secretary: Heide Klose-Alpers

 

Systematic Theology is the methodically guided explication of Christian practise in regard of its implied truth claims, its ethically orientating and expectation leading ontological commitments.

Interdisciplinary Dialogue means the communication between theology  and other academic disciplines (inter- and transdisciplinary dialogue) as well as the dialogue between the German speaking theological academic community and theological communities of other languages, notably the anglophone context. The international-interdisciplinary Communication is a genuine task of systematic-theological work, since Christian acting and thinking – based on the trinitarian conception of God, is related to the whole of reality and since Christian faith implies the tolerance of faith in a pluralistic Society.

Research Interests:

Relational-narrative Trinitarian Theology
Soteriology & Eschatology
Dialogue between Natural Sciences and Theology
Theological Anthropology in Dialogue with Biological and Social Anthropology
Ethics in Pluralistic Societies