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Kairos : Evangelical Journal of Theology
Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology is an academic journal for general evangelical issues, embracing complete thematic and disciplinary openness. It publishes works in various disciplines: biblical theology, systematic theology, applied theology, ethics, church history, church life and sociology of religion, philosophy, and psychology. The journal also publishes interdisciplinary work. Kairos is an academic journal for which papers are subject to anonymous review procedures. Texts may be published that concern relevant topics. They should be written to be interesting to readers and at a level in keeping with a standard of writing appropriate for an academic theological journal.
Papers published in Kairos are included in the data bases of: ATLA Religion Database; Religious and Theological Abstracts (Myerstown, USA); Academic Search Complete (EBSCO); Academic Journals Database; Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL).
peer review, equally national and international peer review, double, only scientific papers, single blind review
First year of publication: 2007
Frequency (annually): 2
|Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
||Humanistic Sciences; Theology; History;
Date added to HRČAK: 26 May 2008
„Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology“ is an Open Access journal. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, redistribute, print, search and link to material, and alter, transform, or build upon the material, or use them for any other lawful purpose as long as they attribute the source in an appropriate manner according to the CC BY licence.
The papers published in „Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology" can be deposited and self-archived in the institutional and thematic repositories providing the link to the web page of HRČAK.
Journal does not charge article processing charges (APC).
Self-archiving policy is indexed at Sherpa/RoMEO where is visible that journal is following green level of self-archiving (it is allowed to deposit pre-print, post-print and publisher's version of the paper).