About the Journal

The Indonesian Journal of Theology (IJT) is established to enhance theological discourse, particularly in the Indonesian context. We also aim to contribute to the wider academic theological discourse in today's global Christianity, especially in the Asian context.

The journal attempts to foster dialogues between theologians, broadly defined, scholars of religions, and religious leaders across Christian denominations and religious traditions. By soliciting a wide range of manuscripts of interdisciplinary nature, IJT aims to bridge academia, ecclesia, and society. It publishes articles as resources for theological education, pedagogy, and ecumenical and interreligious learning. IJT is an online academic journal of Asosiasi Teolog Indonesia (Indonesian Theologian Association) along with other publications in printed form.   

IJT commits to producing high-quality academic articles. Managed and edited by a diverse team of scholars from different institutions, all articles are processed through a double-blind peer review by respected scholars in their field.

More specifically, IJT features articles related to theology and related fields such as but not limited to Biblical studies, systematic theology, ethics, historical theology, liturgy, practical theology, spirituality, political theology, post/de-colonial theology, world Christianity, and intersections between theology and other fields. 

All submissions undergo a three-step review process. First, the editorial team will review submissions and give appropriate feedback as needed. Then, submissions go through a double-blind peer-review process. After decision regarding acceptance has made, lastly, editors work with authors prior to a publication to respond to any feedback from reviewers and to do any necessary copyediting. 

The views, opinions, and positions expressed in all articles published by the Indonesian Journal of Theology belong to the authors and do not reflect or represent those of the editors, reviewers, and ATI.