The article aims not only to give an insight into the theological premises of the problem of reconciliation, but it also suggests the practical implementation of this theology within the body of the public policies of the countries of the West Balkans. I have tried to clarify elementary terms inherent in both post-conflict and contemporary theology, especially prominent within the theology of reconciliation which revolves around searching for possible solutions for a lasting and a viable peace. The theology of reconciliation should not remain within the scope of academic speculation, but it should be implemented by religious organizations as a means for conveying their ethical and religious norms in the contemporary world.
"The Theology of Reconciliation as a Contemporary Political Theology: The Present State of the Balkan Region and Its Possible Outcomes,"
Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. 38
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/ree/vol38/iss4/2