Titles by Category: Religion


Acta Theologica

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo Acta Theologica is an accredited, South African journal publishing independently reviewed research articles on broad Christian-theological and religion topics, aimed at a national and international academic audience/readership. The Editorial Board accepts and considers for possible publication articles in English and Afrikaans, written from a responsible point of view on subjects in a relevant field of study within the Christian-theology science.For any enquiries, please contact the executive editor, Dr L Hoffman (hoffmanl@ufs.ac.za).Otherwebsites relating to Acta Theologica include http://journals.ufs.ac.za/index.php/at

Cradle of Knowledge: African Journal of Educational and Social Science Research (The)

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo The journal covers and not limited to: Social Science and Humanities, Sociology, Social Welfare, Law, Anthropology, Religious Studies, Visual Arts, Political, Cultural Aspects of Development, Tourism Management, Public Administration, Psychology, Philosophy, Political Science, History, Education, Women Studies, Business and Marketing, Economics, Financial Development, Accounting, Audit, Banking, Management, Human Resources etc.
Other websites associated with this journal: https://serek.or.ke/conferencejournals/index.php/AJESSR/issue/archive 

Ghana Journal of Religion and Theology

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo The Ghana Journal of Religion and Theology (GJRT), formerly Ghana Bulletin of Theology (GBT), is an interdisciplinary and interreligious refereed journal that seeks to serve as a forum for religious studies and to promote the encounter between people of different faith commitments and different perspectives on religion.
Other websites associated with this journal: Ghana Journal of Religion and Theology (ug.edu.gh)

HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies is an acclaimed Open Access journal with broad coverage that promotes multidisciplinary, religious, and biblical aspects of studies in the international theological arena. The journal’s publication criteria are based on high ethical standards and the rigor of the methodology and conclusions reported.Other websites related to this journal: www.hts.org.za

Ilorin Journal of Religious Studies

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo Ilorin Journal of Religious Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal that serves as a forum for disseminating research findings on issues relating to religion in general.The Journal aims at creating avenue for scholars to publish their research works on all aspects of religions. It seeks to promote critical research and original scholarship on issues related to all aspects of religion generally – theoretical, empirical or comparative. Other websites related to this journal: http://www.unilorin.edu.ng/ejournals/index.php/ijourel/index

Journal for Islamic Studies

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The Journal for Islamic Studies is a peer-reviewed journal committed to the publication of original research on Islam as culture and civilization. It particularly welcomes work of an interdisciplinary nature that brings together history, religion, politics, culture and law. The Journal has a special focus on Islam in Africa, and on contemporary Islamic Thought. Contributions that display theoretical rigour, especially work that link the particularities of Islamic discourse to the enterprise of knowledge and critique in the humanities and social sciences, will find JIS to be receptive to such submissions.


Other websites associated with this journal: https://unisapressjournals.co.za/index.php/JIS

Journal for the Study of Religion

Page Header Logo Journal for the Study of Religion is published twice a year in March and September by the Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa as a forum for scholarly contributions of up to 6000 words on topics of contemporary significance in the academic study of religion, in the form of articles, responses to articles, review articles and shorter book reviews.

Nigerian Journal of Christian Studies

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo The Nigerian Journal of Christian Studies (NJCS) is a scholarly double- blind peer-reviewed journal and the official publication of the National Association for Christian Studies (NACS). Published since 2017, the NJCS is an annual publication which focuses on the in-depth, critical and original research papers in various disciplines within Christian Studies and those consisting of theological themes within the Nigerian contemporary experiences in particular and the world in general. These papers are those that had been presented at eth annual conference of the National Association for Christian Studies (NACS). The papers will received for editorial processing after correcting and made to be in sync with the Authors’ Guidelines and relates to the conference theme.

The Catholic Voyage: African Journal of Consecrated Life

 This Journal is Open Access
The Aims
The Catholic Voyage  seeks to educate, inform and form. It  strives to propagate “the good, the true and the beautiful” in communicating  message (John Paul II, Ecclesia in Africa, n.124) on Consecrated Life in its various forms.   In particular, its purposes are to: 
(1) Provide a forum for the cultivation, development and promotion of Theology, Canon law, Church History, spirituality, philosophy, and social and human sciences  insofar as they treat matters relating to Consecrated Life; 
(2) Become a medium for debate, dialogue and  reflection on historical, contemporary,  topical issues and challenges concerning consecrated life and its  mission  in the church and in the world;
 (3) Contribute to the local and universal Church’s  mandate for evangelization by proclaiming the Gospel through dialogue, inculturation,  the strive for justice, peace and integral human development of peoples;
 4)  Make Christ’s message relevant and credible through the   dissemination of serious studies, reflections, apostolates and ministries, documents and texts, as well as  sharing pertinent experiences and relevant testimonies of witnesses and experts relating to Consecrated life and Society of Apostolic Life.
Type of Papers and topics 
The Catholic Voyage publishes:

  •  Original and scholarly articles on historical, contemporary and current topics from any area of the ecclesiastical disciplines  that contribute to questions of social, cultural and religious significance, and from the human and social sciences,  insofar as they  relate to any aspect of  Consecrated Life and Society of Apostolic Life, especially in an African context and  perspective; 

  •    Papers and topics from  the areas of Sacred Scriptures, Theology, Morals, Canon Law,  Philosophy, History and cultural heritage of the Church, Patrology (or Patristics),  Spirituality, Religion, Church, inculturation, Integral human development,  Morals, Missiology,  Ecumenism and Inter-religious dialogue,  Cultures, Ethics,  Social and Cultural Anthropology, Social Sciences, Social Communications, Psychology, Education, Health Care. 

  •   Documents, Reports and Papers of the  assemblies of  important meetings  relating to  Consecrated  life,   as well as  well-articulated reflections  on vocation, life and ministry  of Consecrated persons; 

  •  Interviews, Experiences and  Witnesses (Testimonies) on issues  relating to  Consecrated Life and to the aims and objectives of the journal;

  •  Book reviews.  

The audience and community  it aims to  serve
The journal is destined primarily for members of Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, Formation houses, Major Seminaries, as well as the clergy. The readership extends to the lay people who share with Consecrated persons the same ideals, spirit and mission or who  are simply interested in deepening their knowledge about the vocation, life, mission, the history and theology of consecrated life in the  Church. While it is addressed to readers and researchers principally in Africa, we hope that this journal will be beneficial or helpful to interested readers and scholars in other regions of the world.
Journal keywords

  • Catholic Church. 

  • Conference of Major Superiors of Nigeria.

  • Consecrated Life and Charism in Africa. 

  • Truth and Mercy in Religious Institutes. 

  • Catholic Theology, Mission and Voyage.

Other journals associated with this journal: https://www.tcvafrica.org/

UNIZIK Journal of Religion and Human Relations

 This Journal is Open Access
Page Header Logo In 2022 this journal title was changed from Journal of Religion and Human Relations to UNIZIK Journal of Religion and Human Relations.
The Journal of Religion and Human Relations (JORAHR) is an academic journal with focus on religious and human relations issues, but accommodates researches from other disciplines within academic spectrum. The African continent is the main focus.