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Prof. Dr. Andreas Kunz-Lübcke

Biblical Hermeneutics in an Intercultural Perspective

Andreas Kunz-Lübcke
Tel.: 05052 48101-32

Academic and professional career

Year of birth: 1964

Education: Theological Studies in Naumburg and Jerusalem

PhD magna cum laude at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Leipzig “Ablehnung des Krieges. Untersuchungen zu Sacharja 9 und 10” / “Rejection of war. Studies on Zechariah 9 and 10”

Habilitation “Die Frauen und der König David. Studien zur Figuration von Frauen in den Daviderzählungen” / “The women and King David. Studies on the figuration of female characters within the David-narratives” , Arbeiten zur Bibel und ihrer Geschichte 8, Leipzig 2004

Occupational History

2004 Representing the Chair for Old Testament and History of Religion at the University of Leipzig

2005-2006 Scholarship holder of the German Research Society (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) within the research project “Child and Childhood in Israel in Biblical Times” 

2007 Nomination as Professor by the University of Leipzig (apl. Prof.) 

Since 2007 lecturer for Old Testament at the Mission Seminary at Hermannsburg/University of Applied Sciences for Intercultural Theology (in foundation)

Teaching of the subjects Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Hebrew Language for the study programs “Theology” (BA and MA) 

Since 2012 Professor for Biblical Hermeneutics in an Intercultural Perspective at the University of Applied Sciences in Hermannsburg