Roundtable Seminar V: Pavel Roubík, Thinking about God in a Crisis
The guest of our last roundtable seminar in this academic year is Pavel Roubík, who will present his theme Thinking about God in a Crisis. He will investigate the question of metaphysical thinking about God and its varieties in the environment of protestant orthodoxy.
Pavel Roubík (born 1985) is a ThD candidate in systematic theology at Charles University in Prague. The topic of his doctoral thesis is The Theology of Friedrich Mildenberger and it is going to be published by Karolinum Press in 2017. He studied Protestant theology in Prague, Marburg, and Munich and graduated at Charles University in Prague (2013). He engages in pan-biblical theology, theology of the protestant orthodoxy, theology of non-Christian religions, hermeneutical theology and theological hermeneutics, religion and (inter)subjectivity, and religion as an interpretation of life and the core of culture vs. theologies of revelation.