The editorial committee invites the submission of articles (7000 words maximum including footnotes) for future issues of the journal. Articles should be rooted in the Reformed faith and its confessional texts, and aim to be informative, edifying, missional in perspective, and relevant to current challenges facing the Christian faith worldwide.
We would like to encourage theologians (including research students) and pastor-theologians, particularly from countries in the developing world, to submit articles on issues relevant to the role of Reformed theology in their national and cultural contexts, and also book reviews.
We would also be pleased to consider texts translated into English that have already been published in journals in other languages.
Submissions will be peer reviewed before acceptance.
Upcoming numbers of the journal will present the following general themes.
2018/1 Current Debates in Reformed Theology
2018/2 Current Debates in Reformed Theology and the Relevance of Dort
2019/1 Old Testament Studies
2020/2 Public Theology
Dates of submission of completed articles are six months before the appearance of the journal in April and October.
Before submitting an article, contact Bernard Aubert (email@example.com) with a proposition of subject and an abstract (less than 200 words). Details concerning formal presentation will then be communicated to the author together with approval of the proposition (Guidelines of Style are available at http://uniocc.com/journal/guidelines).
Editor in Chief