The Reformed Theological Review was founded in 1942 and has adapted over the years so that today it seeks to foster research of Reformed Christianity. Articles are peer reviewed and provide an original contribution to academic understanding. Authors do not need to subscribe to make a submission.
RTR publishes articles in the fields of Exegetical, Biblical, Systematic, Historical and Pastoral Theology, and Philosophy and Ethics. There are three issues a year (April, August and December).
The full text of RTR is available in EBSCO for all issues other the most recent two years. For a non peer-reviewed scholarly publication with shorter, more accessible articles and reviews, consider Catechesis.
RTR publishes articles and book reviews in Exegetical, Biblical, Systematic, Historical, and Pastoral Theology, and Philosophy and Ethics, as those fields intersect with Reformed Christianity. Reasonable liberty is permitted to authors as to what constitutes a research focus on Reformed Christianity.
Vol. 81 No. 2 (2022)