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Das Profil des Berliner Sprachenkonvikts für die selbständige Theologenausbildung in der DDR

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This lecture uses the model of the East Berlin Sprachenkonvikt (seminary) to demonstrate why and how the church had to take scholarly based vocational training for theologians into its own hands in East Germany. The faculties of theology at socialist universities could not provide independent, church-oriented research and teaching, which is why church seminaries such as the East Berlin Sprachenkonvikt set standards for the training of theologians. The lecture explores the difficult circumstances of the seminary's existence and the priorities it chose to set in its work.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1628/004435410790844548

Publication date: March 1, 2010

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  • Die Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche (ZThK) erörtert zentrale Themen theologischen Denkens und kirchlicher Praxis. Sie wendet sich an Studierende wie Lehrende, an Pfarrer und Pfarrerinnen, Lehrerinnen und Lehrer, die regelmäßig Einblick in die wichtigsten aktuellen Forschungen in allen theologischen Disziplinen gewinnen wollen. Sie ist eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, die gründlich informiert und zu eigener theologischer Arbeit anregen will.
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