Fabian F. Grassl is currently Teaching Fellow and Administrator at the Bamler-Gehret-Foundation in the Bavarian Forest, Germany. He received his PhD in theology from Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 2017. His research interests range across systematic and philosophical theology, virtue ethics, spiritual formation, and church history. His doctoral dissertation on German theologian and ethicist Helmut Thielicke (1908-1986) has just been published by Pickwick in the United States („In the Face of Death”).
Fabian’s thinking is driven by a Christocentric focus, and—without ignoring the theological and philosophical differences—motivated by an interdenominational mindset which appreciates the true, the good, and the beautiful as mediated via the different mainline denominations of Christianity. He is Chapter Director for Reasonable Faith, a member of the Association of Evangelical Theologians (AfeT) in Germany. and can be contactet for speaking engagements.
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|Education||Queen’s University Belfast, PhD in Theology, 2017|