Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The aim of this journal, Ministerium, is to promote theological reflection on the Christian faith from the perspectives of the cultural, social, historical and political contexts of different peoples. This preoccupation for contextualization is based on the conviction that it is only a hermeneutic of Christianity with such concern that can be of true service to the work of evangelization and the mission of the Church in the conditions and circumstances of today. This Journal is to serve as a forum for scholars from different parts of the world who seek this approach to theology to share their insights and experiences with others across the globe.

 

Section Policies

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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Ministerium: A Journal of Contextual Theology

The aim of this journal, Ministerium, is to promote theological reflection on the Christian faith from the perspectives of the cultural, social, historical and political contexts of different peoples. This preoccupation for contextualization is based on the conviction that it is only a hermeneutic of Christianity with such concern that can be of true service to the work of evangelization and the mission of the Church in the conditions and circumstances of today. This Journal is to serve as a forum for scholars from different parts of the world who seek this approach to theology to share their insights and experiences with others across the globe.