Christian migrant churches have been a part of the borderland of the Danish model of religion for a long time, but the state and the Danish folk church are opening up for migrant churches to become part of the Danish folk church through valgmenighedsloven (law on free congregations). Some migrant churches thereby move from the borderland to the core of the Danish model of religion. This movement, however, is not without conflict as several migrant churches challenge the conventional and Westphalian way of conceptualising religion. I use Peter Beyer's theory of Post-Westphalian religion to shed light on the possible borders between the migrant churches and the Danish folk church.
|Udgave nummer||Temanummer Den danske religionsmodels grænseflade|
|Status||Udgivet - 1 jun. 2015|