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PD Dr. Moritz Fischer

Moritz Fischer
Tel.: 05052 48101-30
Aufgabenbereich:

World Christianities and Mission History

Academic and professional career

  • Year of birth: 1961
  • Study of Theology in Marburg and Munich (1983-1987)
  • Lecturer at Bible-School Mwika as Ecumenical Pastor/ Missionary for the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Tanzania; Assistant at the Desk for Mission & Evangelization under Maasai, 1992-2000
  • PhD (University of Heidelberg - Mission- and Religion Studies): "Maasai Shaping Christianity. The integrating Power of Tradional Religion under the influence of the Gospel", 2000
  • Congregation-Pastor at Wettelsheim and Bubenheim (Middle Franconia/ Bavaria), 2000-2005
  • Assistant to Professor at Augustana Theological Seminary of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Bavaria/ Neuendettelsau, 2005-2012
  • Lecturer at the desk of Mission-Intercultural of Mission-One-World / Centre for Mission, Partnership and Ecumenism of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Bavaria/ Neuendettelsau, 2005-2013
  • Habilitation (Augustana Theological Seminary - Intercultural Theology): "Pentecostal Movement between Fragility and Empowerment. Perceptions of the Pentecostal Church 'Nzambe-Malamu' and its Transnational Entanglements", 2010
  • Appointment as Privatdozent (Lecturer) (PD) for Intercultural Theology/ Mission- and Religion Studies at Augustana - Theological Seminary of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Bavaria, 2011
  • Appointment as Theological Lecturer and Managing Director of the Evangelical Association (Evangelischer Bund) Bayern (0,5). Appointment as Congregation-Pastor at Bruckberg (0,5), 2013
  • Lecture "Introduction to Islam" as Part time substitute of the Chair of Religion Studies at the University of Erlangen, 2015
  • Private lecturer for the professorship World Christianity and Mission History at University of Applied Sciences for Intercultural Theology Hermannsburg (since April 2019)

About me

After several years of teaching at home and abroad, I would like to contribute at FIT to qualifying the students of different confessional, cultural and national backgrounds for work within and beyond the church in times of global political, social and spiritual insecurity. I spend my free time with my family, which includes my wife (ordained pastor in ministry) and five adult children, with friends or doing sports (racing, running).