Perichoresis is the theological journal of Emanuel University, the only government-accredited Baptist university in Europe. As an institution of higher learning, Emanuel University promotes a traditionally conservative and trinitarian theology, protestant and evangelical, which is reflected in the articles of the contributors who are part of its academic staff. Articles written by people who share different religious views are also welcome provided that they are scientifically argued and focused on academic issues. Perichoresis is published in conjunction with the "Ethics and Society" Research Centre, also part of Emanuel University, which allows for the dialogue between a specifically Protestant-Evangelical morality and the philosophy of contemporary society to take the shape of well-argued contributions for the journal.
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Perichoresis, the Theological Journal of Emanuel University, is the only Romanian Baptist academic review in the field of theology (and cognate subjects, such as philosophy, religious philosophy, ethics, and church history) published exclusively in English throughout Romania. As a scientific journal, Perichoresis has a double purpose: on the one hand, to introduce valuable academic contributions from the English-speaking world to the Romanian academy and, on the other hand, to promote Romanian theological research on the global academic market.
Perichoresis focuses on academic papers in all fields of theology (biblical-exegetical, dogmatic-historical, and pastoral-practical) and is fully recognized by the Romanian National Council for Scientific Research as a B Category academic journal.
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Volume 17 (2019): Issue 4 (Dec 2019): Patristic Thought in Byzantine and Protestant Theology. From Gregory Palamas and George Pachymeres to Luther, Calvin, Anglicans, and Anabaptists. Editor: Andre A. Gazal
Editor-in-Chief Corneliu C. Simuţ, Emanuel University, Romania
Deputy/ Managing Editor Ciprian Simuţ, Emanuel University, Romania
International Advisory Board Torrance Kirby, McGill University, Canada Joshua Farris, Houston Baptist University, United States of America André Gazal, North Greenville University, United States of America Ábrahám Kovács, Debrecen Reformed Theological University, Hungary James McMahon, Albert Ellis Institute, United States of America Frank James, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, United States of America
Editors Systematic Theology Paul Negruţ, Emanuel University, Romania
Patristics and Classical Languages Marius D. Cruceru, Emanuel University, Romania
Applied Theology Adrian Giorgiov, Emanuel University, Romania
Old and New Testament Studies Aurelian Botica, Emanuel University, Romania
Language Editors Eunicia Ile, Emanuel University, Romania
Technical Editors Ciprian Simuţ, Emanuel University, Romania