Chair of the Editorial Board: William Storrar (Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, USA)
Editor-in-Chief: Sebastian Kim (York St John University, UK)
Managing Editor: Esther McIntosh (York St John University, UK)
Associate Editors: Katie Day (Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, USA), Elaine Graham (University of Chester, UK), Nico Koopman (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa); Clive Pearson (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
Book Reviews Editor: Kevin Carnahan (Central Methodist University, Fayette, USA)
Advisory Panel: Mario I. Aguilar (University of St Andrews, UK); Richard Andrew (York St John University, UK); Christopher Baker (University of Chester, UK); Heinrich Bedford-Strohm (University of Bamberg, Germany); Robert Borrong (Jakarta Theological Seminary, Indonesia); Andrew Bradstock (University of Otago, New Zealand); Martien Brinkman (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands); Jonathan Chaplin (University of Cambridge, UK); Julie Clague (University of Glasgow, UK); Ernst Conradie (University of the Western Cape, South Africa); Alison Elliot (University of Edinburgh, UK); Doug Gay (University of Glasgow, UK); James Haire (Charles Sturt University, Australia); Linda Hogan (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland); Frits de Lange (Protestant Theological University, Kampen, The Netherlands); Clint Le Bruyns (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa); Ann Loades (Durham University, UK); Michael Northcott (University of Edinburgh, UK); Michael Purcell (University of Edinburgh, UK); Murray Rae (University of Otago, New Zealand); Esther Reed (University of Exeter, UK); Gloria Schaab (Barry University, USA); Peter Scott (University of Manchester); J. Jayakiran Sebastian (Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, USA); Rudolf von Sinner (Lutheran School of Theology, Brazil); Graeme Smith (Chichester University, UK); Eric Stoddart (University of St Andrews, UK); Heather Thomson (Charles Sturt University, Australia); David Tombs (Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK); Eddy Van der Borght (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands); Andrew Village (York St John University, UK); Elaine Wainwright (University of Auckland, New Zealand); John Williams (York St John University, UK).
Editorial Office: Faculty of Education and Theology, York St John University, Lord Mayor's Walk, York YO31 7EX, UK
Indexing and Abstracting
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'The field of public theology is attracting increased attention in both a global and multi-disciplinary context. With heightened awareness of the political and social significance of religion, this journal promises to create an important focus for the dissemination of research amongst scholars and practitioners.'
Professor David Fergusson, Head of the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, UK
'It is now clear that religion is likely to play a significant role in the public sphere through the twenty-first century. The need for thoughtful theological engagement with the major issues of public life has therefore never been greater. The International Journal of Public Theology deserves the confidence and support both of those involved in theology and religious studies in the academy and of the far larger numbers of people concerned to have healthy public debate. It has been well conceived and is in the hands of a fine editorial team.'
Professor David F. Ford, Regius Professor of Divinity & Director, Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme, University of Cambridge, UK
'Theological reflection on public life is essential if Christians are to participate in God's mission. For that reason I warmly commend the International Journal of Public Theology to all who share this conviction, and to those who might well do so.'
Professor John W. de Gruchy, Emeritus Professor of Christian Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa
'This journal could not be more timely or important in a global era. It offers informed theological reflection and interdisciplinary analysis from around the world on local-global public issues that affect us all. It will be a significant theological voice in the global public sphere.'
Professor William F. Storrar, Director, Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, USA