Important Announcement Regarding the European Journal of Theology

European Journal of Theology
European Journal of Theology

European Journal of Theology (EJT): Change of publisher – action required

Dear Subscriber,

Those of you who subscribe to the European Journal of Theology (EJT) should have received a message from AlphaGraphics, the current publisher of EJT, that they have decided to stop printing it. The reason for their decision is not that the Journal is not viable, but that they want to focus on their core activity (printing) without investing in new software for administration. At our request, they are handing the publication of EJT to Amsterdam University Press (AUP).

The decision by AlphaGraphics to stop publication will take effect after April 2020. You will thus receive issue 29.1 (April 2020) from AlphaGraphics. Yet you will already have paid for all of the year 2020 (and maybe for subsequent years as well). AlphaGraphics is willing to arrange a refund of these subscription fees. To arrange such refund, please contact them:

  1. By phone on (0044) (0)1642 525 100
  2. By email to [email protected]

FEET has decided to entrust the publication of EJT after April 2020 to AUP who will be publishing issue 29.2 (October 2020) and beyond. We are expecting a very fruitful cooperation with this professional publisher.

AlphaGraphics will not have given your details to AUP unless you gave them permission to do so. FEET does not have all subscribers’ data either. Therefore we and AUP are depending on you to act in order to transfer your subscription. If you want to continue to receive EJT, please contact AUP at [email protected]

Alternatively, you can contact us at FEET:

Secretary Dr Klaus Bensel at [email protected]
Journal editor Dr Pieter J. Lalleman at [email protected]

A third option is that you respond to the communication from AlphaGraphics, giving them consent to pass your details to AUP. In any case, in order to continue receiving EJT, please take action.

Not yet taking EJT?

The European Journal of Theology (EJT, founded in 1992) is a scholarly evangelical journal, exploring the Gospel in response to the rapid transformations in post-Christian Europe. EJT is published by the Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians, whose aim is the innovation of Christianity in Europe through the promotion and encouragement of the study of evangelical theology. EJT is offered as a service to the evangelical theological community.

Dr Pieter Lalleman
Dr Pieter J. Lalleman

All articles offered to EJT are double-blind peer-reviewed and each issue contains numerous book reviews. The intended readers are teachers in theological schools, other theologians, ministers and students.

To subscribe please email [email protected]

Yours sincerely,

Dr Pieter J. Lalleman
Editor of EJT


The archive of the European Journal of Theology is hosted on BiblicalStudies.org.uk

European Journal of Theology Volume 21 (2012) on-line

European Journal of Theology

The European Journal of Theology publishes bi-annually material in English, French and German. The majority of the articles from 2012 issues are now available on-line for free download.

My thanks to editor Dr Pieter Lalleman and to all the authors for their permissions. To subscribe to this journal  go here.

 

Vol. 21.1 (2012)

Pieter J. Lalleman, “Editorial,” 3.

Peter Walker, “Revisiting the Pastoral Epistles – Part 1,” 4-16.

Jacob Theissen, “Paulinische versus jüdische und hellenistische Anthropologie? Zur Frage nach dem Verständnis von Römer 7,7-25,” 17-34.

Zbigniew Wierzchowski, “Broken and Scattered. Polish Baptists during World War II,” 35-46.

Stephan Schweyer, “‘Sie hielten alle einmütig fest am Gebet’. Zum Stellenwert des gemeinsamen Gebets für den Gemeindeaufbau,” 47-59.

Pierre Berthoud, “Africa welcomes the universal Church. The Lausanne III Congress in Cape Town,” 60-68.

Vol. 21.2 (2012)

Christoph Stenschke, “Editorial The current financial crises of Europe, Paul’s collection for Jerusalem and good stewardship,” 97-99.

Boris Paschke, “Matthäus 5,13-16 als Antizipation des nachösterlichen Missionsbefehls? Narrativ-kritische Überlegungen,” 100-106.

Terry Wardlaw, “A Reappraisal of ‘From Faith to Faith’ (Romans 1:17),” 107-119.

Peter Walker, “Revisiting the Pastoral Epistles – Part II,” 120-132.

Christoph Stenschke, “David Bosch, Paulus und die Mission der Kirche,” 133-147.

Andrew Kloes, “Four calls for religious reforms in the 1780s: Urlsperger, Joseph II of Austria, Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia,” 148-155.

Pavel Vojtech Kohut, “The Offer of Catholic Spirituality,” 156-165.

Click here to visit the main table of contents and access material from this journal 1992-2012

European Journal of Theology Articles 1992-2011 available

European Journal of TheologyThe European Journal of Theology is a tri-lingual theological journal. For those not familiar with it there is a short video introduction below. To subscribe, please visit the publisher’s website.

I have just uploaded most of the 2011 articles by permission of the editor and the authors. Below is the table of contents for 2011. Please visit the full table of contents pages to download the articles.

20.1 (2011)

Pieter Lalleman, “Editorial,” p.3.

I. Howard Marshall, “Evangelical New Testament Interpretation within the contemporary scene,” pp.4-14.

Christoph Stenschke, “Judaea in the First Century AD. A Review of recent scholarly contributions and their implications,” pp.15-28.

W. Creighton Marlowe, “The Sin of Shinar (Genesis 11:4),” pp.29-39.

Ed Mackenzie, “The Quest for the political Paul: assessing the apostle’s approach to Empire.”  pp.40-50.

John E. Colwell, “Theology, Piety and prayer: on the study of theology,”  pp.51-59.

Patrick Nullens, “Dietrich Bonhoeffer: a third way of Christian social engagement,” European Journal of Theology 20.1 (2011): 60-69.

“Book Reviews,” pp.70-96.

20.2  (2011)

Pieter Lalleman, “Editorial,” p.99.

Krish Kandiah, “Authentic Evangelism? Revelation, truth and worship in late modern, pluralistic Europe,” pp.100-110.

Johannes Reimer, “European Christian Renaissance and Public Theology,” pp.111-118.

Stefan Paas, “Prepared for a missionary ministry in 21st century Europe,” pp.119-130.

Elizabeth Pinder-Ashenden, “How Jewish thinkers come to terms with the Holocaust and why it matters for this generation: a selected survey and comment,” pp.131-138.

Svetlaba Knobnya, “God the Father in the Old Testament,” pp.139-148.

Stephen M. Garrett, “Beauty as the Point of Connection Between Theology and Ethics,” pp.149-158.

“Book Reviews,” pp.159-187.

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