Journal of Asian/North American Theological Educators
JANATE, a peer-reviewed journal, addresses topics or issues dealing with the religious views and experiences of Asian/ North Americans, educational and leadership models that seek to transform Asian/North American theological education, pedagogical and pastoral experiences from Asian-North American religious and cultural contexts, interdisciplinary analysis of sociopolitical and economic issues in our globalized world, and interfaith and interreligious hermeneutics and dialogues in Asian-North American contexts. For more information, see http://janate.org.
New Theology Review
New Theology Review (NTR) is a peer-reviewed and current Catholic journal for theology and ministry. It offers resources that address contemporary trends in theology and pastoral practice. It publishes essays, invited columns, and book reviews designed for clergy, religious, and laity.
The final print version of New Theology Review was published in November 2011. In September 2012, NTR became an online, open-access journal published by Catholic Theological Union through its Paul Bechtold Library. Back issues from Vol. 10 (1997) to the present are freely accessible on the NTR website.
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Theophilus: The Student Journal of Catholic Theological Union
Theophilus is a student managed, reviewed, and edited Catholic journal of theology and pastoral ministry. It publishes peer-reviewed articles written by students of Catholic Theological Union. Theophilus is an online, open-access journal published by Catholic Theological Union through its Paul Bechtold Library.
Students seeking more information about submission requirements and/or to register and access the contents of the journal can visit the journal's homepage here.
Paul Bechtold Library Publications
Paul Bechtold Library Publications is a Catholic online, open-access publisher of theology and pastoral ministry monographs at the Catholic Theological Union through the Paul Bechtold Library. Its mission is to serve the Church by providing a forum for theologians and pastoral ministers to engage the Catholic tradition in respectful, constructive, and critical dialogue. Its primary intent and direction is to promote a deeper understanding of the Christian faith and the mission of the Church.