Ulrich DuchrowUlrich Duchrow (born 13 June 1935), professor of systematic theology at the University of Heidelberg specialising in ecumenical theology and theology-economy issues. He was the co-founder and co-moderator of [http://www.c3.hu/~bocs/kairos-a.htm Kairos Europa], a "European decentralised network of justice, peace and creation initiatives working in collaboration with churches, social movements, trade unions and non-governmental organisations both in and outside Europe, for a more just and tolerant society." Duchrow is a critic of neoliberalism and global capitalism who has articulated a role for the church in founding a better world in his writings.
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International Consultation on the Identity of the Church and Its Service to the Whole Human Being : including workshop on research methods, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 11 - 19 October 19...
Published 1974Other Authors: '; “...Duchrow, Ulrich...”
Zwei Reiche und Regimente : Ideologie oder evang. Orientierung? : internat. Fall- u. Hintergrundstudien zur Theologie u. Praxis luth. Kirchen im 20. Jh. /
Published 1977Other Authors: '; “...Duchrow, Ulrich...”