CFP: [Religion] The Everyday Journal

full name / name of organization: 
Thomas Turner
contact email: 
everydayliturgy@gmail.com

The Everyday Journal believes that there is a desire for graduate-level
scholarship at the intersection of the study of liturgy, Christianity,
theology, and culture. This journal provides an outlet for the
formulation of scholarly ideas and research that is evolving, much like
conference papers are read and given in order to further the academic
endeavors of the presenter. We are looking for articles, meditations, and
book reviews (see specific descriptions below).

To submit work, please e-mail everydayjournal [@] gmail [dot] com

Types of Content:

Article- We are looking to publish several articles each month that are
centered around spiritual and theological living. As such, we are not
looking for rote theological or biblical studies papers such as the
parsing of Greek verbs in 1 John or a discussion of Calvin's views on
Revelation, but for articles that would describe how John parsed the
verbs that way to create a more prayerful letter or how Calvin's view on
Revelation effects our personal eschatalogy. As the subtitle of this
journal is Notes on Theological Living we are not looking for 15-20 page
essays, but anything from three to ten pages.

Meditation- Submissions of devotional/meditation type material is
welcome. Preference will be given to meditations that fit the season of
the Church calendar the issue will be published during.

Reviews- We welcome the submission of reviews of books, music, movies,
and cultural events. Preference is given to books that deal with such
topics as worship practices, prayer, liturgy, lectio divina, mysticism,
spiritual theology, spiritual living, theological living, postmodernism,
and ecumenical discussions.

To submit work, please e-mail everydayjournal [@] gmail [dot] com

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