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Dr Peter Moree

Assistant professor in Church History, Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University, Prague


PhD(Amsterdam)
Assistant professor in Church History, Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University, Prague
Formerly: Ecumenical worker for Central and Eastern Europe for the Protestant Church in the Netherlands, focusing on the contribution of religion to a peaceful, sustainable and just society
Areas: Ecumenical worker for Central and Eastern Europe for the Protestant Church in the Netherlands, focusing on the contribution of religion to a peaceful, sustainable and just society
Regions: Central and Eastern Europe
Publications: ‘Faces of Diaconia, Towards a Christian Understanding of Social Services’, Utrecht-Timisoara (co-editor 2006). ‘Identity, religion and human rights in the Balkans, The Macedonian Case of Archbishop Jovan in its broader context’, in Helsinki Monitor, Vol. 16, 2005. ‘Religion and Conflict in Central and Eastern Europe’, in Wereld en Zending, Tudschrift voor interculturele theologie, 3/2004. ‘The Eucharist in the Sermons on Corpus Christi of Milicius de Cremsir’, in The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice, Vol. 5, Part 1, Praha 2004

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