Systematic Theology aims at presenting the inner logic and coherency of Christian dogmatics and researching into the life-guidance of Christian faith-practise. Points of reference are the churches, (other) religions, and society. The discipline is in close dialogue with other arts, social-, and natural sciences.
Systematic Theology can be subdivided into Dogmatics and Ethics. Together with the other theologic disciplines it researches into foundations and reflects on Christian praxis.
The Peer Mentoring Group «Systematic Theology» drives forward this interdisciplinary dialogue among doctoral and postdoctoral students and enables them to reflect systematic, hermeneutic, and philosophic aspects of theological research. Additionally, the group connects young researches.
The group is funded by a Peer Mentoring Grant of the UZH Graduate Campus.