Method of peer review
single-blind undertaken by (a) specialist member(s) of the Board or (an) external specialist(s)
Christian Theology, Early Christianity, Medieval Theology, Fathers of the Church, Christology, History of Christianity, Liturgy, Dogmatic Issues, Christian Literature, Religious History, Women in Christianit, Christian Anthropology, Historical Theology
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
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Theology continually engages with its past: the people, experience, Scriptures, liturgy, learning and customs of Christians. The past is preserved, rejected, modified; but the legacy steadily evolves as Christians are never indifferent to history. Even when engaging the future, theology looks backwards: the next generation’s training includes inheriting a canon of Scripture, doctrine, and controversy; while adapting the past is central in every confrontation with a modernity.
This is the dynamic realm of tradition, and this series’ focus. Whether examining people, texts, or periods, its volumes are concerned with how the past evolved in the past, and the interplay of theology, culture, and tradition.
Series Editor: Thomas O'Loughlin, Professor of Historical Theology, University of Nottingham.
Thomas O’Loughlin (Professor of Historical Theology in the University of Nottingham)
Dr Andreas Andreopoulos
Dr Nicholas Baker-Brian
Dr Augustine Casiday
Dr Mary B. Cunningham
Dr Juliette Day
Dr Patricia Rumsey
Dr Holger Zellentin
All volumes in this series are evaluated by an Editorial Board, strictly on academic grounds, based on reports prepared by referees who have been commissioned by virtue of their specialism in the appropriate field. The Board ensures that the screening is done independently and without conflicts of interest. The definitive texts supplied by authors are also subject to review by the Board before being approved for publication.
These series-specific guidelines can be obtained from the Series Editor or from any member of the editorial board.
Submissions should be addressed to:
Prof. Thomas O’Loughlin