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This front matter section of the book Between Lay Piety and Academic Theology contains the table of contents, a list of contributors and the preface. For centuries, the relation between lay piety and academic theology has determined the faith of lay people as well as developments in theology, and influenced daily life as well as scholarly discussions. In the book, an international and multidisciplinary panel of specialists, covering the fields of church history, history of literature, music history, book history, and art history reflects on a broad range of research topics, providing a fascinating and refreshing view on what this relation has been throughout the centuries.

Keywords: academic theology; lay piety



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