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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 rigour of the methodology and conclusions reported. View our Editorial Team.


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 LATEST ARTICLES

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HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies is turning over a new page  
Eugene Baron
12 April 2024

Original Research

 
The church as a trinitarian hermeneutical community  
Anna Cho
12 April 2024

Original Research

 
Stories of pastoral engagement with women’s vulnerable sexuality during COVID-19  
Christina Landman
09 April 2024

Original Research

 
Model of a pastoral sermon for handling the problem of sexual violence against women in Maluku  
Juliana A. Tuasela, Defi S. Nenkeula, Jenne J.R. Pieter
08 April 2024

Original Research

 
Hearing God’s call one more time: Retrieving calling in theology of work  
David Kristanto, Hengki B. Tompo, Frans H.M. Silalahi, Linda A. Ersada, Tony Salurante, Moses Wibowo, Dyulius T. Bilo
08 April 2024

Original Research - Special Collection: African Women and Pandemics and Religion

 
African women, religion and COVID-19: The bedrock of Sipiwe Chisvo’s periphery-centre leadership ascendance  
Martin Mujinga
05 April 2024

Original Research

 
Modernising tradition: Reinforcing ASWAJA al-Nahdhiyah authority among millennials in Indonesia  
Umdatul Hasanah, Khairil Anam, Muassomah Muassomah
05 April 2024

Original Research - Special Collection: Unthinking the West

 
A theological response to racism in post-apartheid South Africa: A Korean perspective  
Seungbum Kim, Buhle Mpofu
03 April 2024

Original Research

 
The scale of religious conservatism among Muslim students in Indonesia: A Rasch Analysis  
Ahmad Jamin, Albertos Damni
03 April 2024

Original Research - Special Collection: Reception of Biblical Discourse in Africa

 
A postcolonial reading of the early life of Sara Baartman and the Samaritan Woman in John 4  
Dewald E. Jacobs
30 March 2024
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 Website Update: Scheduled Platform Maintenance

 

Dear valued editor, author, reviewer, and reader. We are writing to inform you that we have scheduled updates for our managed servers on the night of April 16, 2024, until April 17, 2024. During this update, you may experience some temporary unavailability of the journal platform. We anticipate the downtime to last between 45 and 120 minutes. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding as we strive to enhance our services.

 
Posted: 2024-04-09

Notification: Don't miss out on this enriching read!

 
Keep an eye out for our upcoming article, 'Implicit religion, Anglican cathedrals, and spiritual wellbeing: The impact of carol services' authored by Leslie J. Francis, Ursula McKenna, Francis Stewart on 16 Apr. 2024. Contribution excerpt:Situated within the science of cathedral studies, this paper links in an original way three fields of discourse: Edward Bailey’s notion of implicit religion, David Walker’s notion of the four ways of belonging to God facilitated by the Anglican Church and John Fisher’s conceptualisation and operationalisation of the notion of spiritual wellbeing. The hypothesis developed from this original integration of theoretical perspectives is then tested empirically on data provided by 404 participants at carol services who do not believe in God. Stay tuned for insightful, original research content that captivates and inspires.  
Posted: 2024-04-12

Call for Papers: ‘HTS Theological Studies’ 2024 Topical Collection: We invite you to submit

 

AOSIS calls on all authors to participate in the 2024 topical collection that will be published in the open-access scholarly journal HTS Theological Studies

 

Title: South African Science and Religion Forum (SASRF) publication

 

Theme: Does God evolve?

 

Timeline

  • Draft papers submission deadline: 10 April 2024
  • Full paper submission deadline: 31 May 2024

 

Read the full call.

 

We would be honoured to receive your positive reply and look forward to receiving your manuscript.

 
Posted: 2024-03-20

Press Release: Another addition to AOSIS’s journal portfolio: African Journal of Pentecostal Studies

 

AOSIS is pleased to announce the latest addition to our journal portfolio: African Journal of Pentecostal Studies. The journal is an international, open access publication that covers a broad range of topics related to Pentecostalism, neo-Pentecostalism and related renewal movements in Africa and other parts of the world. We invite you to peruse the journal’s website and consider submitting your next manuscript. Read the call.

 
Posted: 2023-11-24
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