Journal of Reformed Theology

Journal of Reformed Theology is published three times a year. It was envisioned in 2005 by the International Reformed Theological Institute (IRTI); first published the week after Easter in 2007. Faculty of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam have also given the journal editorial assistance along with editors from South Africa, Korea, the USA, Netherlands, and Belgium. The journal's editor-in-chief is Eddy van der Borght.^[1]^ The journal intends to focus "on living and contextual theology" instead of being "an instrument of a merely confessional Reformed theology." The first issue includes articles by Diane Stinton—her Jesus of Africa was published in 2004—and Diego Irarrazaval—a Roman-Catholic priest who works in Chile.

The IRTI will continue to publish its own bulletin.

Notes

  1. ? Gerard Mannion, Lewis Seymour Mudge. The Routledge companion to the Christian church Routledge, 2008. ISBN 0415374200. p.xii