INSeCT Redeeming Power Project between the ESCT and DaKaTeo is launched

Updated: Aug 31, 2021

INSeCT Project 2011-2014:

The nature, function and location of theology, with particular attention to the power of theology to overcome power abuse in Church and Society

The International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology (INSeCT) is undertaking a 3-year, global research project on ‘the nature, function and location of theology, with particular attention to the power of theology to overcome power abuse in Church and Society’.

As its response, the European Society of Catholic Theology (ESCT) launched Redeeming Power: Overcoming Abuse in Church and Society, an interdisciplinary, collaborative research initiative, directed by InSpiRe’s Dr Stephen Bullivant.

Other institutions involved:

  1. Heythrop College (UK)

  2. University College Dublin (Ireland)

  3. KU Leuven (Belgium)

  4. University of Trnava (Slovakia)

  5. University of Opole (Poland)

  6. Durham University (UK)

See also:  http://www.smuc.ac.uk/inspire/redeeming-power.htm

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