American Journal of Theology & Philosophy

The goal of the AJTP is to promote lively conversation among theologians and philosophers by providing a forum for discussions in the following areas: 1) the interface between theology and philosophy, especially as shaped by American empiricist, naturalist, process, and pragmatist traditions; 2) the development of liberal religious thought in America.

Manuscripts should be sent to the Editor (Dr. Michael S. Hogue at mhogue@meadville.edu) as a Word file attached to an email.

Manuscripts should be approximately 15 to 18 (and no longer than 25) double spaced pages. We follow the Chicago Manual of Style and use footnotes instead of endnotes. All papers are refereed using a peer-review system. Direct manuscript inquiries to Michael Hogue at mhogue@meadville.edu.













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