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Dying is not a full-time Job

The theologian Rupert Scheule is preparing a course to death. He explains why Humor for Dying is so important, what is perimortaler competence, and why people after a respiratory arrest can still hear.

Interview by Andreas glass, Regensburg

In Regensburg, you can study soon death. The theology faculty is developing a specialist, which is unique in Germany: perimortem competence. In two years it should go. What's up with that, says Rupert Scheule, 49, in an Interview. He and his Team have come up with the course. Scheule a theologian and at the same time as a deacon is.

SZ: death as a subject of study. Can you inspire young people seriously?

Rupert Scheule: I'm sure of it. Just think of time ...

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