I’m a protestant minister, living and working in the Netherlands. I studied theology with a specialization in Philosophy of Religion in Utrecht. However, since I’m working as a pastor, I focused on the theology of the Lord’s Supper as a special field of interest.
The name of this blog, ‘Qualitative Theology’, doesn’t sound quite modest, but there is a reason for that. ‘Qualitive’ intends to be an allusion to the great quality of the theological tradition of the Church, reaching from Augustine to Calvin and from Duns Scotus to Karl Barth and further.
Dutch happens to be a language with relatively few speakers. That’s the reason that this blog is written in English, although, as you may have understood by now, I’m not a native speaker.