Theological Review ISSN LE 0379-9557
The Theological Review of the Near East School of Theology is a semi-annual journal of theology. In its present form it began in 1978, but it is the continuation of the Near East School of Theology Quarterly.
The Theological Review publishes articles and book reviews on any theological topic but priority is given to themes that relate to Christianity in the Middle East or articles written by M.E. scholars. The principal language is English, but articles and book reviews are occasionally accepted in Arabic and/or French.
We circulate around 300 copies. Our subscription fees are $40 (forty US dollars) per year (one volume, two issues). Special rates for agents, please contact:
Near East School of Theology
P.O.Box 13-5780, Chouran
Beirut 1102 2070, Lebanon
Mode of Payment
- Bank Transfer to: Byblos Bank S.A.L., Bliss Branch, Beirut, Lebanon
US$ Account #: 475-2100883-008 (Near East School of Theology)
Byblos Bank Swift Code: BYBALBBX
IBAN: LB 43 003900000004752100883008
- Checks should be made to the order of the Near East School of Theology and drawn to a bank in New York, and mailed to the Near East School of Theology, P.O. Box 13-5780 Chouran, Beirut 1102 2070, Beirut, Lebanon.
- In cash at the office of the Editorial Secretary, Ms Maruzella Abboud, Near East School of Theology, Sourati Street, Hamra Area, Beirut, Lebanon.
Pdf of the index of articles and book reviews is available here
Instruction for authors:
ManuscriptsManuscripts and articles should be submitted to:
NEST Theological Review
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The author guarantees that all quotes are accurately spelled and precisely quoted from the source material. References
1 Stephen B. Penrose, That They May Have Life: The Story of the American University of Beirut 1866-1941. (Beirut: The American University of Beirut, 1970), 4.
2 Lyman Abbot, What Christianity Means To Me: A Spiritual Autobiography (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1921), 20.
3 Jose Miguez Bonino, "Whose Human Rights?" International Review of Mission LXVI (1977), 222.
For internet articles
4 John Calvin, Institutes 4.1.2 trans. Henry Beveridge. http://www.reformed.org/books/institutes/,
accessed 1 December 2009.
Subsequent references to a previously cited book:
5 Penrose, That They May Have Life, 5.
6 Abbot, What Christianity Means To Me, 16.
Subsequent references to a previously cited article:
7 Bonino, "Whose Human Rights?", 223.