Theological Reflections

Eastern European Journal of Theology

Theological Reflections: Eastern European Journal of Theology (beginning in 2003) publishes scholarly articles by authors in the evangelical tradition for the purpose of supporting the development of evangelical theology in the Eastern Europe and acquainting the contemporary Christian world with Eastern-European theological thought. Its target is researchers, theologians, religious scholars, teachers, and students of evangelical theological colleges, seminaries, and theological faculties, as well as church leaders. The journal is intended to attract authors from different theological traditions. The editorial board consists of national and international experts in various fields of theology.

The journal is published twice a year and consists of 250-300 pages. Theological Reflections covers the following areas of theology: biblical studies, systematic theology, the theology of missions, counseling, practical theology, liturgy, church administration, the history of the national evangelical movement, etc.

During the entire period of the journal's existence, thirty issues have appeared (25 periodicals and 5 special issues).

The journal is registered and indexed in international catalogs and databases: Google Scholar, Index Copernicus, CrossRef, General Impact Factor, CyberLeninka, ATLA Religion Database (American Theological Library Association RDB), BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine), Database WorldCat, EZB (Electronic Journals Library).

Recent Issues

The Communion of Saints: Biblical, Theological and Contemporary Perspectives

20.1 (2022)

Continental Philosophy for Eastern European Evangelical Theology

19.2 (2021)

Theological Dialogue of East and West

19.1 (2021)

Hospitality in the World of Diversity

18.2 (2020)

Vol. 20.1 (2022)

The Communion of Saints: Biblical, Theological and Contemporary Perspectives

The final clause of the Apostle’s Creed emphasizes the importance of “the communion of saints”. The theme is not only a historically formulated statement, which has to be preserved and reverently reiterated. It is essential to overcoming the current fragmentation of the Church and is widely discussed in various (multilateral) theological dialogues today. Moreover, the issue has far-reaching practical implications for church practices.

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