Fundamental Theology

Fundamental theology reflects the content and practice of the Christian faith on the basis of biblical revelation and in the light of church tradition, in order to interpret it in a contextually relevant way in the signs of the times.

In doing so, it draws on philosophical as well as specifically theological methods of reasoning and takes responsibility for the Christian faith in the ecumenical as well as interreligious horizon.

In the classical structure of demonstratio religiosa, demonstratio christiana and demonstratio catholica, it takes up the challenge of whether it is rationally justifiable to believe in the God of Jesus Christ in the faith community of the (Catholic) Church.