CALL FOR PAPERS


The Yearbook of Chinese Theology is an international, ecumenical and fully peer reviewed series on Chinese theology in English. Its main focus is on interdisciplinary, contextual, and cross-cultural studies in the areas of Biblical Studies, Church History, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, Comparative Religions, in addition to a review & academic report. The Yearbook also features articles exploring wider issues in church and society. The Yearbook of Chinese Theology thus meets the growing demand for the

study of the new academic discipline of Christianity in a Chinese context.


The readership is to aim at scholars around the globe, including China, who specialise in Theology, Inter-Religious Dialogue, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Sinology, and Sociology of Religion.


We welcome you to submit your academic papers on any of the above mentioned six areas, and before your submission all contributions must be through a language check by a native speaker of English. After an initial check of the minimum submission criteria by the editorial board, your article will be peer-reviewed by two reviewers; once disagreement occurs, we will invite a third specialist to offer an assessment. Please allow for a minimum period of 3-6 months for the review process to be completed. We will inform you about the outcome of the review shortly after the evaluation process has

completed. We receive submissions all the time through the whole year.


Concerning footnote, format issues, and other related information, please refer to the requirement through www.brill.com/yct.


In case of questions please contact us at: Paulos.z.huang@gmail.com


Paulos Huang, Ph.D. Th.D.

(Beijing Normal University and University of Helsinki)


Founding Editor-in-Chief:

Yearbook of Chinese Theology (ISSN: 2352-7684, www.brill.com/yct)

Calligraphy of journal title by Prof. LIU Dajun (Chairman of the Chinese Yiching Association, Professor of Shandong University.)

刊名题字:刘大钧(山东大学终身教授、中国周易研究会会长)

 

The logo of journal is taken from a Han Dynasty brick carving. It is a flying dragon with one head, two wings, four feet and one tail; and it symbolizes the reality of Chinese thinking system. 

本刊 logo 取自汉砖图案,是一只一首两翼四足一尾的飞龙 象征中国精神体系的实然形象。

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INDEX

 

This journal has been indexed by Finnish National Library, Religious Theological Abstracts (R&TA), Thomson Reuters the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), the ATLA Religion Database® (ATLA RDB®, http://www.atla.com) , the 

 Bibliography of Asian

Studies, EBSCO’s  Academic research database as a part of a collection of Ultimate databases, SCOPUS, Globethics.net library (a journal collection and the Online Chinese Christianity Collection / OCCC),  ELSEVIER and DOAJ (http://bit.ly/1IPWhtD). 

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