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  • McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry

Journal Information

  • ISSN: 1481-0794
  • Frequency: Annually



McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry is an electronic and print journal from McMaster Divinity College, Ontario, Canada. It seeks to provide pastors, educators, and interested lay persons with the fruits of theological, biblical, and professional studies in an accessible form.

It succeeds the Divinity College's former periodicals, the Theological Bulletin, Theodolite, and the McMaster Journal of Theology. Limited quantities of Theodolite and McMaster Journal of Theology back issues are available from McMaster Divinity College. Direct requests for back issues to the Managing Editor.

Beginning with Volume Nine (2007-2008) each volume of the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry covers the preceding academic year (September to August). Reviews and articles are posted on the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry Website. Hard copies are available from Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Editorial Details


Dr. Wendy J. Porter, McMaster Divinity College;

Managing Editor

Dr. Lois K. Dow, McMaster Divinity College.

The Editorial Board consists of the faculty of McMaster Divinity College.

Submission Info

McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry

You are welcome to submit articles and book reviews of interest to the Journal’s readership. All articles submitted for publication will be peer-reviewed, in order to maintain appropriate academic and professional standards for the publication.


McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry

Style Notes for Contributors
  1. Articles and book reviews should be submitted in English. Articles to be considered will normally not be above 10,000 words, and book reviews 800 to 2,000 words. Book reviews should include summary, critical evaluation, and recommendations for use.
  2. Submissions may be provided via e-mail (preferably in Microsoft Word 2003 or RTF format).
  3. Style should conform to the Divinity College Style Guide and the Wipf and Stock Style Guide for authors, Appendix B, C, and D unless something is not addressed there, then use the Chicago Manual of Style.
  4. Abbreviations for ancient literature should conform to the SBL Handbook of Style, sections 8.3.1 through 8.3.17.
  5. All Greek characters should be in SBL Greek, and all Hebrew characters should be in SBL Hebrew. These fonts are available on the SBL website.
  6. All materials submitted for publication should employ inclusive language.
  7. Authors should include a brief autobiographical statement indicating their current appointment or area of professional interest, return address, telephone number, and e-mail address. Authors are advised to retain a copy of submitted material.
  8. Submissions and correspondence may be directed to the Editor by postal mail or email.McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry
    McMaster Divinity College
    1280 Main St. West
    Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1
    [email protected]



The McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry (MJTM) is published annually in the fall.

Individuals: Place orders through Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Institutions: Standing orders are available. Send pertinent information to Wipf and Stock Publishers at [email protected] and indicate your preferred method of payment.


Managing Editor

McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry

McMaster Divinity College

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1


[email protected]



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