Professor of Practical Theology in Leipzig (Germany). Degrees in theology and Jewish studies. PhD in homiletics, postdoctoral thesis in liturgics. Experience in teaching and continuing education in church and university contexts.
Assistant Professor Practical Theology at the Protestant Theological University in Groningen, The Netherlands. PhD in homiletics. University lecturer in homiletics and pastoral care. Research includes preaching as pastoral communication; empirical homiletics; preaching and care as practices of faith.
Former president (2016-18)
Brightbill Professor of Preaching and Worship
Bethany Theological Seminary
Richmond, Indiana - USA
In addition to teaching, research interests include: prophetic preaching in postmodernism; homiletics as conflict transformation
Assistant professor of homiletics in Budapest (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary). PhD on Rhetorics and Homiletics.
Research interests: contextualized preaching, missional preaching, empirical homiletics, church in the postmodern context.
Reformeed minister in Érdliget and preacher of Christian hope in Christ every Sunday.
Marlene Ringgaard Lorensen
Marlene Ringgaard Lorensen is Professor in Practical Theology with special obligations in homiletics at the University of Copenhagen. Ph.d. in homiletics, co-author of the International Journal of the Homiletics, Visiting scholar at Duke Divinity School in 2012-13, responsible for further and continuing education at the Faculty of Theology in Copenhagen, including Master program in homiletics. Research interest include: preaching as dialogue cf. Dialogical Preaching: Bakhtin, Otherness and Homiletics (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2014), encounters between refugees and churches in Denmark and Europe, the tension between politics and preaching and the role of religion in the lives of converting refugees.
Former President (2012-2014)
Professor of Homiletics and Academic Dean of Graduate Studies at the Tamilnadu Theological Seminary. Founder of Ecumenical Centre for Homiletic Orientation (ECHO) a Centre which promotes Homiletic concerns among the Laity and Clergy. Recent publication: Intercultural Preaching (2009) [photo: Shine, Durham]
Frank A. Thomas currently serves as Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Homiletics, Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration, and Director of the very first PhD program in African American Preaching at Christian Theological Seminary of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Júlio Cézar Adam (born 1972) is a Doctor in Theology (University of Hamburg – 2004), associate professor of Practical Theology and coordinator of the Post-Graduate Program at Faculdades EST, São Leopoldo/ RS, Brazil, has worked and researched focusing on Practical Theology on the following subjects: Liturgy, Homiletics, Spirituality, Social Movements and Liberation Theology, Media, Pop Culture and Youth, and Lived Religion in the Brazilian context.