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Prof. Heinz Streib, Ph.D./Emory Univ.
Heinz Streib is professor for practical theology / religious
education and ecumenical theology at Bielefeld University. He directs
the Center for Biographical Studies in Contemporary Religion. Heinz
Streib's main interest is theory and research in faith development and
religious transformation, presently with special docus on deconversion,
deinstitutionalized religion, fundamentalism and new religion. Further
research insterests are inter-religious communication in the classroom
and narrative approaches in religious education.
- (2001). "Faith Development Theory Revisited: The Religious Styles
Perspective", in: International Journal for the Psychology of Religion
11 (3): 143-158
- (2003). "Faith Development Research at Twenty Years", in: Osmer, Richard
R. & Schweitzer, Friedrich (Eds.): Developing a Public Faith. New
Directions in Practical Theology. Essays in Honor of James. W. Fowler,
St. Louis: Chalice Press, 15-42
- (2003). "Variety and Complexity of Religious Development: Perspectives
for the 21st Century", in: Roelofsma, Peter H. M. P., Corveleyn, Jozef
M. T. & Van Saane, Joke W. (Eds.): One Hundred Years of Psychology of
Religion. Issues and Trends in a Century Long Quest, Amsterdam: Free
University Press, 123-138
- (2004). "Faith Development Research Revisited: Accounting for Diversity
in Structure, Content, and Narrativity of Faith", in: International
Journal for the Psychology of Religion 15 (2).
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs TaughtRelevant Degrees or Certificates Available at Institution
Developmental, New Religious Movements, social
BA & MA (Theology only)