The book series
Studies in Empirical Theology publishes monographs and edited volumes in the crossover field between theological and social-scientific research. Books published in the series involve both qualitative and quantitative interpretations of empirical approaches within the field of theology. All publications aim to contribute to empirically focused theological reflection on religion in all its aspects within secularized and multicultural societies in view of the development of religion in these societies now and in the future.
The series published one volume over the last 5 years.
theologians, students of theology, academic libraries, pastors, institutes of pastoral counseling, educational practitioners, all those interested in theology and empirical research, as well as all those interested in religion and faith within modern, multicultural western society.