11 December 2019PThU Academic Seminar: Theology of the land of Israel in biblical and contemporary perspective
Why is the land of Israel so special in Jewish and Christian Theology? What are the Biblical roots for this? This seminar discusses the role of the Land from various perspectives.
12 December 2019PThU Academic Seminar: Worshipping God in the trash
Public lecture by Professor Esther Mombo and Heleen Joziasse
12 December 2019Master Class 'Women in Jewish Christian Encounters 1800 – 2000'
12 January 2020Jewish Responses to Christianity: The Role of Jesus and Paul in Shaping Modern Jewish Theology
Public Lecture by prof. Susannah Heschel
13 January 2020Winter School "Food and Religion" in Amsterdam
Between 13-17 January 2020, the winter school "Food and Religion" explores everyday and religious food practices in theological and other disciplinary perspectives. It is the perfect opportunity to expand your horizon with regard to food and the meaning of food, both within religious traditions and in everyday life.
14 January 2020Dies Natalis PThU
What kind of leaders does the church need? What place will church and faith have in society in the future? And what knowledge and skills should a future theologian have? That's what the twelfth dies natalis of the PThU is all about.
17 January 2020Academic Seminar: Making a Space for God
Does the architecture of a church building say anything about the way we look at God? During this seminar we will discover how people throughout the centuries have looked at places that are 'a house of God' from different perspectives.
27 January 2020Public Lectures: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Travel Experiences
How did travelers in the ancient world make sense of their journeys, real or imaginary, and of the places they visited? And, by treating Jewish, Christian, and Islamic experiences together, in which ways resembled travel experiences across these three traditions each other?
9 March 2020International Barth Conference 2020
The 38th International Barth Conference (formerly Karl-Barth-Tagung) will take place from 9-11 May 2020 at Conference Centre De Glind. Theme is: Barth's theological exegesis. Sign up here.