Svend Andersen in professor at the Department of Theology in the University of Aarhus, Denmark, and he is an ordained pastor in the Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Writing from a Danish perspective, Andersen explores the role of sanctification in Lutheranism, in part by comparing it to the Methodist tradition. Focusing on the role of the Holy Spirit in sanctification, Andersen analyzes the origin of caring for the neighbor, as emphasized in Luther. If Lutheran ethics is not about following moral rules, what is our guide and how is the Holy Spirit involved?
 The hopes for nanotechnology are evident in the amount of public funding devoted to it over the past few years. Nanotechnology, indeed, has been proclaimed the source for a revolution comparable to the emergence of the steam engine, electrification, or computer technology. The visions for nanotechnology include advancing broad societal goals such as better […]
 In the Church of Denmark a pastor can, after having sought guidance by his/her bishop, offer a “divine service” for a homosexual couple that has decided to enter into a so-called registered partnership. In order to understand this state of affairs, it will be helpful to review some basic information about the religious situation […]