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Dr Ivana Noble

Associate Professor, Ecumenical Institute of ETF UK


BD(Jan Hus College, Prague), MA (Charles University, Prague), PhD (Heythrop College, London) habilitation (ETF UK)
Associate Professor, Ecumenical Institute of ETF UK
Also: Senior Research Fellow, International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague
Formerly: Director and Lecturer, Institute of Ecumenical Studies, Prague; Assoc. Professor in Ecumenical Theology, Charles University, Prague
Areas: Fundamental theology, systematic theology, philosophy
Research: Philosophical critiques of ideology, relationship between theology and culture, ecumenism and sacramental theology
Publications: ‘Theology as an Interpretation of Religious Experience’ CDK, Brno (2004). ‘Accounts of Hope: A Problem of Method in Postmodern Apologia’. European University Studies (2001). ‘Charting Churches in Changing Europe: Charta Oecumenica and the Process of Ecumenical Encounter’ Amsterdam - New York: Rodopi (co-ed. 2006). ‘Future of Modernism?’ Prague (co-ed., 1999) ‘Jan Hus in Ecumenical Discussion’ in Journal of European Baptist Studies 6 (2006) and other journal articles

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Flora and the OCMS family

Usha Reifsnider

Interfaith and International Vigil for Peace

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