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Childhood studies have indicated that children should be considered more and more as 'active subjects' whose voices should be heard and taken seriously. This argument is based on a view of In this article, I explain why it is important for theologians to involve children in empirical research, and why children themselves can and should be considered as 'theologians'. Therefore, I refer to theories in childhood studies and child theology (children as active participants and subjects), and alsodoi:10.4102/hts.v75i1.5507 fatcat:tpn4wzmjxzggdcee4ly4niid7e