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Kairos : Evangelical Journal of Theology

Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology is a Croatian scientific journal that addresses biblical, theological and religious topics. Kairos publishes works in various disciplines: biblical studies, biblical theology, systematic theology, applied theology, church history and Christian ethics, as well as book reviews. With its content, Kairos intends to contribute a biblical and theological perspective to discussions in academia, church and society primarily in Croatian and European contexts, but also beyond. The journal publishes scientific papers that are categorized in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Science, Education and Youth of the Republic of Croatia. It is published twice a year in English. Papers published in Kairos are included in the following databases: Academic Journals Database; Academic Search Ultimate (EBSCO); Academic Search Complete (EBSCO); Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL); Digital Collections National and University Library in Zagreb; ERIH PLUS; Theological Abstracts (Myerstown, SAD); HRČAK - Portal of Scientific Journals of Croatia; and Scopus.

  • Peer review: peer review, equally national and international peer review, scientific and professional papers, double blind review, double
  • First year of publication: 2007.
  • Frequency (annually): 2
  • Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines: History, Theology, Humanities
  • Date added to HRČAK: 04.01.2019.
  • Druga izdanja: Kairos
  • Rights: Kairos is a high-level open access journal, meaning that all content is immediately and freely available to anyone, anywhere and can be downloaded, printed, distributed, read, reused, self-archived and remixed (including commercially) without restriction, as long as the author and the original source are properly attributed according to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY). Although Kairos is an open access journal, the copyright of all material published is owned by Kairos and the authors transfer all copyrights to the publisher. The self-archiving policy is indexed at Sherpa/RoMEO where it is visible that the journal is following a blue level of self-archiving (it is allowed to deposit the publisher’s version of the paper). Kairos does not charge article processing charges (APCs) or submission charges. Kairos does not charge for subscription.