African Theological Journal for Church and Society

15 January 2021

Take a look at the African Theological Journal for Church and Society, published by the Network for African Congregational Theology (NetACT) in collaboration with the Christian Literature Fund and Huguenot College.

Journal Announcement

"It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the very first edition of the African Theological Journal for Church and Society. You may access the online publication at https://atjcs.netact.org.za/index.php/netact/issue/view/1

African Theological Journal for Church and Society is a joint venture of NetACT, in partnership with Christian Literature Fund and Huguenot College. It is intended to be a theological journal of high academic standards. The articles are therefore strictly peer-reviewed. The scope of the journal covers all major disciplines of theology, written from or for the African context and it aims at making a contribution towards the church’s role in society. It is an open access, electronic journal hosted on the NetACT internet portal. There is a need for scholars from African theological institutions (and others) to publish in a peer-reviewed, academic journal of high standard, but which is affordable or free.

We trust that initially at least two regular volumes of this journal will be published annually (in September and April each year). From time to time special editions on specific topics may be published. Scholars are most welcome to send us the outcomes of their research. We are eager to also include book reviews on newly published books from or intended for the African context.

We invite scholars to send us articles that may be considered for publication in the April 2021 edition. Articles should be sent to the General Editor at gideon@clf.co.za by not later than 31 January 2021."

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