TheoPodcast

Theology is now available for listening! “TheoPodcast – Your Podcast from the Catholic-Theological Faculty of the University of Münster” enjoys high popularity and is growing. People listen to them on the train, on the way to work, running, at the gym, etc. Scientific podcasts are available in addition to podcasts from radio stations. Philosophical offerings are limited, but no theological offerings are available. To reach out to the public, the Catholic-Theological Faculty has created TheoPodcast. As a result,

A podcast follows in which professors and staff discuss their latest research topics and take positions on theological questions. Furthermore, students present the results of their scholarly engagement with theology (for example, in their final papers). The project initiated by LudgerHiepel and Clemenss Leonhard will be funded by the “Stiftung zur Ausbildung katholischer Geistlicher in the Bistum.”

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