With globalization, increasingly complex interdependencies are also emerging at the cultural level. Identities and worldviews are therefore changing with increasing dynamism, which can only be understood with a view to both the local tradition and the intercultural-global dimension. This is especially true for religions and religious phenomena. The series Global Religion | Religion global confronts this reflexive entanglement, which is typical for modernity, by being characterized by a cultural-analytical perspective that reflects religions, religious phenomena, and worldviews of today in their complex interconnectedness. It is theologically grounded in that (religious) convictions are also viewed and understood from within. In terms of content, the series includes studies and anthologies that deal with local situations in their religious-ideological character or supra-regional/global religious phenomena with reference to today’s situation. In this way, a mosaic is to be created which, on the basis of individual studies, profoundly grasps today’s world in its current ideological-religious dynamics.