An Exploratory Study on Teacher Habits in Evangelical Denominational Schools
As popular churches and other institutions that have been considered stable for decades are eroding, a wide variety of old and new religious providers are bustling about on the growing spiritual market. In this social metamorphosis, people face the challenge of stabilizing their own professional identity, or even finding it in the first place. This evokes practical-theological research needs that are ecologically differentiated. For this purpose, this book presents the results of an interview study with teachers from Evangelical denominational schools as an expressive field of exploration and it discusses them against the background of the current challenges of profession-specific, spiritual identity performance of the present.
Konstanze Kemnitzer, Dr. Theol., born in 1975, serves as a professor of Practical Theology at the Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal. From 2020 to 2022, she was the rector of the Kirchliche Hochschule.
Matthias Roser, Dr. Theol., born in 1964, is an assistant at the Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal (Chair of Practical Theology) and a teacher of Protestant Religion at the Berufskolleg für Technik und Medien in Mönchengladbach.