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Our pluralistic, multi-faith, conflicted world calls for ongoing critical theological reflection on what it means to believe and live out the Christian faith as Lutheran churches in diverse settings across the globe.
The theological basis, meaning and implications of what it means to be a communion of churches is what makes the LWF far more than another non-governmental organization (NGO).
Theological work challenges churches to consider new questions and horizons of faithfulness in light of the biblical and confessional heritage we share.
The work of the Department for Theology and Studies (DTS) is guided by the Program Committee for Theology and Studies and carried out by DTS staff.
Theologians throughout the world are an important means through which this work is carried out. Interested in participating in DTS work? Get in touch with us!
For further information, contact:
Dr Kathryn Johnson, DTS Interim Director
Ms Mercedes Restrepo, Administrative Assistant