Tuesday 24 October 2017

Stellenbosch Theological Journal

Previously known as the Dutch Reformed Theological Journal, this open access publication describes itself as ‘a South-African theological journal that hosts high-quality academic contributions’.

‘STJ sees being Reformed as participating in a dynamic and living tradition with a strong commitment to responsible Biblical interpretation, critical engagement with the past, ecumenicity, a practical-theological focus and a unique emphasis on the public character of theological reflection. Hosted at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Stellenbosch, STJ is serious about being situated in Southern Africa and the African continent while simultaneously being aware of the global challenges for theology today.’

The journal contains interesting-looking articles on a variety of topics, many – though not all – related to African contexts.

Archived issues are available from here.

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