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Institute for

Comparative Religious Studies

Herein, all religions are closely observed and analyzed in their individual building blocks and compiled in a differentiated manner. Empirical and scientific-theoretical approaches are used to show connections and differences, compared, and recorded. The meticulous approach clearly highlights and shows subtle nuances to better understand the particular religions and more profound connections and differences to understand better and find solutions in verbal and non-verbal communication.


The Institute for Comparative Religious Studies focuses on the five world religions and their subgroups as well as on the various religious communities of the different religions. Within the Christian religions alone, many differences need to be compared and analyzed scientifically and empirically. There are different world views and customs in the free church groups like Krischona and New Apostolic or Methodist Church alone. Among the Free Churches exist dozens of Christian religious groups based on the different needs of society. Some are spin-offs from the state churches; others are spin-offs from the Free Churches. For example, Jehovah’s Witnesses and Seventh-day Adventists grew out of the Miller Movement. To understand and comprehend the different approaches, scientific discourse, and empirical questions are needed here to understand and make informed statements.