an advanced and critical comprehension of the mechanisms by which religious faith may influence and inform the ethics, outlook, and behaviour of individuals and communities,
specialised knowledge of the ways in which specific religions and religious institutions are structured and regulated in relation with the States
ability to employ tools as necessary from other relevant disciplines as Law
advanced capacity to apply theological knowledge in professional and social life, in accordance with human rights and European values
Course Content (Syllabus)
Study of various systems of Church-State relations existing in the Member States of the European Union. Particular reference is made on the legal personality of religions, religious freedom, religious education, taxation of religions etc.
Additional bibliography for study
Gerhard Robbers, éd., State and Church in the European Union, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2005,