van Der Ven, Johannes A.
VAN DER VEN, Johannes A.
VAN DER VEN, Johannes A. Dutch, b. 1940. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Catholic University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands, professor of pastoral theology, 1985-, dean of faculty, 1997-, president of Union of Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of Theology, 1998-. University of Ottawa, member of School of Graduate Studies and Research, 1993-; University of Chicago, guest professor, 1994; University of South Africa, extraordinary professor, 1998-. Publications: Entwurf Einer Empirischen Theologie, 1990, trans. as Practical Theology: An Empirical Approach, 1993; Ecclesiologie in Context, 1993, trans. as Ecclesiology in Context, 1996; Formation of the Moral Self, 1998; Education for Reflective Ministry, 1998; God Reinvented?, 1998. Address: Faculty of Theology, Catholic University of Nijmegen, PO Box 9103, NL-6500 HD Nijmegen, Netherlands. Online address: [email protected]
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