Master of Christian Humanities


Duration: 4 semesters (2 years) – The course is aimed at Christian decision-makers in political bodies and cultural institutions. The goal is to develop their competence in Christian witness and dialogue with other religions and cultures in order to develop regional and national communities in peace and cooperation. The specifically Christian point of view respects the humanity of the human being as such in terms of natural law and faces the discussion for the sake of a common further development beyond cultural and religious borders. Objectives: The special feature of the master's program according to U.S. law is that interreligious and religion-connecting as well as general humanistic elements are also addressed. In this way, socio-cultural effects are better brought into the course topics and linked with specifically biblical-Christian elements. The aim of the Master's program is to introduce contents of the Master's course in selected parts into the student's environment by training Christian decision-makers and thus to promote the implementation of Christian thinking in concrete development and peace projects. It is a train-the-trainer program to train multipliers and empower them for dialogue of religions for peace and development. Costs: 4.000 EUR (if you need more time, no additional cost are required)

Introduction to Christian humanism


(Certificate) Introduction to Christian humanism on the example of ethos, life and work of J.H. Pestalozzi Duration: 4 weeks – reading, zoom meeting, seminar paper Target groups Multipliers for civic engagement in politics, culture and society. The course is aimed at students in the area of social humanism. [...]

Interreligious competence


(Certificate) Duration: 6 weeks – reading, zoom meeting, seminar paper Target groups The course is aimed at students in the area of inter-religious and inter-cultural dialog. The aim is to develop their competence in the Interreligious Dialog. Costs: 450 EUR

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