Symposium on Re-confessionalization and Internationalization (ca.1914-today)
Re-confessionalization and Internationalization (ca. 1914-today) begins with the twofold development of the Luther-renaissance and dialectical theology, concomitant with the democratic breakthrough within the majority churches of the Nordic countries and with a nearly unanimous support also from theological voices to the secularity of Nordic law. The introduction of Human Rights as well as principal distinctions between church and state, however, leads to a broader understanding of collective religious rights than was earlier common in the Nordic countries.
- Helge Årsheim: A Minor Disturbance? Laws on Religion and Minority Rights in the Nordic Region, 1914-2014
- Johan Bastubacka: The Developing Legal Understanding of Finnish Orthodoxy – The impacts of Finland’s independency, the Tomos of the Ecumenical Patriarch, and Orthodox Canon Law in the development of the Finnish Orthodox legislation
- Johan Bastubacka: In Between Orthodox Canon Law and Secular Finnish and European Legislation