The Canadian Theological Review is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles from across the spectrum of theological disciplines, including biblical studies and historical, systematic, moral, pastoral, and philosophical theology. The journal is especially interested in furthering the intersection of Theology, Scripture, and Culture.
Although grounded in the evangelical tradition, the Canadian Theological Review does not represent any one particular theological stream, but seeks to engage in fruitful dialogue with a wide range of ecumenical theological viewpoints.
For further information about the Canadian Theological Review, or to submit an article, please contact the editor-in-chief, Christopher Zoccali (see guidelines for contributors).
To suggest a book for review or to submit a book review, please contact the book review editor, Matthew Forrest Lowe (see guidelines for contributors).
The Canadian Theological Review began its life as a newsletter, then a journal, known as the Canadian Evangelical Review. It was launched as a peer-reviewed journal with a new title in 2012.
The journal is currently being indexed by ATLA, and this will apply to all previous issues as well.
Although we are a bit behind in production, a digital version of the latest issue has already been sent to members and two more issues are currently in preparation. Print copies of the journal will be made available to interested members at cost.
By the end of this year or the start of next year the production of the journal will be caught up and will be unveiled with its new name, the Canadian-American Theological Review.
To access articles from the issues below, click on the issue in question.