Ways of belonging
Humans - like many animals - are social beings. Social belonging can offer us a lot: security, support, and the joy of community. But we differ in how much and…
Positive Reception for Book on Islamic Economics
From analysis of Islamic economic philosophy to love as a common human concept; Sami al-Daghistani is an academic with a broad field of interests. His book The…
Research to gain knowledge about the situation of Roma LGBTQI people
Associate professor at MF, Solvor M. Lauritzen, will together with Arman Heljic at Södertörn University, lead a research project on antigypsyist homophobia and the rights of Roma and Traveller LGBTQI people in the Nordic countries.
A theology for the climate emergency
Professor Moe-Lobeda of the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Church Divinity School of the Pacific, and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, is an…
MF Student Publishes in Renowned Journal
This year is the 75th anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Master's of Theology (MTheol) student, Signe M. Hægeland, has recently published an article in Biblical Archaeology Review about all of the fragments that have gone missing after their discovery.
MF professor publishes "theory of everything"
Atle O. Søvik won an international manuscript competition with the book A Basic Theory of Everything, where he presents a theory of the basic building blocks…
The Material History of Manuscripts
In her most recent publication, Invisible Manuscripts: Textual Scholarship and the Survival of 2 Baruch, Liv Ingeborg Lied examines what changes when we study historical texts as material texts and assume that text and manuscript are closely connected with one another.
Baptismal Practices in the Nordic Countries
Professor of systematic theology, Harald Hegstad, has been the coordinator and contact for Norway in the Nordic project "Baptism in times of change", where the participants have surveyed existing research and resources related to the topic of baptism in the Nordic countries since the year 2000.
DEChriM – A Platform for the Study of Early Egyptian Christianity
Visit DEChriMs webpage.
New MF CASR Fellows
Blossom Stefaniw, Alexandra Konstantinidou, and Esther Brownsmith join as Fellows.