Staff Member

Prof. Dr. Klaus W. Müller
2. Chairman of Board of Scientific Foundation of Culture and Religion;
Founder of Scientific Foundation of Culture and Religion;
Member Institute for Protestant Missiology (IfeM)
 
Year of Birth: 1945

Scientific career:

  • 1964-1968: Study of theology in Bad Liebenzell.
  • 1970-1981: Missionary Service in Micronesia.
  • 1976-1977: M.A. studies at the School of World Mission, Pasadena / CA
  • 1981-1998: Seminar for missionary education in Monbachtal / Bad Liebenzell; Lecturer in Missiology at the Free College for Mission in Korntal.
  • 1985: M.A. Research Missiology "The Protestant Mission Work on the Truk Islands in Micronesia. A Missiological Analysis. "
  • 1985-2014: Member of the board and chairman of three ministries.
  • 1991-2011: Chairman of the Evangelical Missiology Working Group. Editorial Journal "evangelical missiology" and Edition afem. Editor.
  • 1993: PhD with the topic "Peacemaker. Missionary Practice of Georg F. Vicedom of New Guinea (1929-1939). Accredited by Columbia International University Columbia / SC Appointed Professor of Missiology.
  • 1998-: Professor of Missiology at the Giessen School of Theology (FTH), Giessen/ Germany, Head of Mission and Evangelism,
  • 2000-2007: Study mentor of the Academy for Mission and Community Building Giessen.
  • 1999-: Visiting Professor for Missiology and Religion at the Protestant Theological Faculty Leuven / Belgium.
  • 2010-: guest professor at the state-independent Theological University of Basel.

 

Dr. Eberhard Werner
1. Chairman of Scientific Foundation of Cuture and Religion;
Board Member and Deputy Head of Institute for Protestant Missiolog (IfeM);
Director Network Disability Studies and Intercultural Theology (NeDSITh)
Director Department Science of Bible Translation
 
Year of Birth: 1966

Scientific career:

  • 1984-1986: completed vocational training of administartive career in middle service.
  • 1992-1996: Training at the Theological Seminary New Life (today Theological Seminar Rhineland).
  • 1995-1996: Study "Applied Linguistics" SIL Germany, SIL Eugene / Oregon (BA equivalent).
  • 2002-2006: Studies at the Academy for Mission and Community Construction / Giessen, Germany (MA).
  • 2007-2010: PhD University of Wales / across (Theology).
  • 2010: Language Program Services SIL (Near East).
  • 2014: SIL Consultant on Anthropology.
  • 2013: Further Studies with MHS (Stavanger).

At the Institute for Protestant Mission, I am inspired by the idea of supporting missiological research, building networks and trying out creative ideas. German Missiology is still in its infancy and has not yet profiled itself from theology.

 

Jonathan Fröhlich
Board Member of Scientific Foundation of Cuture and Religion;
scientific assitant at Institiute for protestant Missiology (IfeM)
 
Year of Birth: 1992
 
Scientific Career:
  • 2009-2012: completed training on worker for waste water technology
  • 2012-2013: one year as a skilled worker for waste water technology
  • 2013-2016: Secondary vocational schools I and II
  • 2016-2020: B.A.- in Protestant Theology at the Giessen School of Theology (FTH), Giessen/ Germany

Command the LORD thy way, and trust in him, and he shall accomplish it. (Psalm 37:5)

 

Samuel W. Groß
Board Member of Scientific Foundation of Cuture and Religion;
scientific assitant at Network Disability Studies and Intercultural Theology (NeDSITh)
 
Year of Birth: 1994
 
Scientific Career:

2014: Abitur Weidigschule Butzbach
2014: Cultural prize winner of the city of Butzbach in the context of the exhibition "Legalisierter Raub – Der Fiskus und die Ausplünderung der Juden in Hessen 1933-1945"
2014-: Study of Protestant Theology at the Giessen School of Theology (FTH), Giessen/ Germany
2018: B.A. in Protestant Theology in the Department of Historical Theology at the Giessen School of Theology (FTH), Giessen/ Germany
since 2018: Studies M.A. in Protestant Theology with main subject Historical Theology, Giessen School of Theology (FTH), Giessen/ Germany

At the Institute for Protestant Missiology I am inspired by the motto "Research is the best strategy". With my focus on Disability Studies and Intercultural Theology from a historical perspective I would like to contribute to the networking of different actors and thus make known the importance of the topic of disability and intercultural exchange in the German-speaking discourse.