by Birgit Hallmann
Here in Tübingen we are in the middle of an intense summer semester.
It is always a special blessing for me when former students at the Institute drop by to talk about their work in their home countries. Last Friday, Eva from Hungary came by to bring us her two books, which she had written with our help.
She has studied the Christian spirit of women in their everyday lives (“Theology in an Apron”) and the effect of the Christian faith on the diaconal movement in Hungary. Both books have led to Eva being appointed to the Writers Society in Hungary two years ago.
So I can see that one small stone dropped into the water here in Tübingen can produce wonderfully wide circles.