The Pharos Journal of Theology, formerly known as the Ekklesiastikos Pharos was originally published in Alexandria (Egypt) directly by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate as a theological review at the beginning of the 20th Century. Consequently it is one of the oldest scholarly periodicals in Africa.
The Journal is a progressive, double blind reviewed journal of scholarship reflecting the history and philosophy of religious thought in all traditions and periods, including:
Systematic Theology, Biblical Studies, New Testament, Old Testament, Christianity, Church History, Jewish studies, theology, pastoral theology, Christian Ethics, Biblical Archaeology, Missiology, Pneumatology, Gospel and Culture, Religiousness, Religiosity and Comparative Religious Studies, Inter-faith, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam.
The Pharos Journal of Theology provides a forum for discussing theological issues in cross-cultural perspectives and features relevant articles and in-depth reviews on the latest publications in the field of Theology and is of great interest to academics and lay people as well as professional theologians.
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