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This section contains list of contributors that occur in the book on Empirical theology in texts and tables: qualitative, quantitative, and comparative perspectives . Empirical theologians are concerned with distinctive categories of theologically-relevant data and with distinctive academic methodologies relevant to examining these data. Important landmarks in the developing and maturing self-awareness and identity of empirical theology were provided by the launch of the Journal of Empirical Theology (ISERT) in the late 1980s and by the inception of the International Society of Empirical Research in Theology at the beginning of the twenty-first century. In essence empirical theology is concerned with those kinds of theological data that are properly amenable to empirical investigation.

Keywords: empirical theology; International Society; launch of the Journal of Empirical Theology (ISERT)

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