Todd Speidell, Editor (Contact)
Participatio: The Journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship is published as an annual, peer-reviewed, online journal. Participatio is the journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship, a research fellowship within the Christian Church and tradition based on the theology of Thomas F. Torrance. The journal’s mission is two-fold: to apprehend the significance of Torrance’s work and to advance his evangelical and scientific theology for the benefit of the Church, academy, and society.
Researchers interested in engaging the theology of T. F. Torrance may submit manuscripts in accordance with the policies specified below. Contributions from diverse disciplines and perspectives are encouraged to explore the wide-ranging significance of Torrance's work. Occasional miscellaneous issues include paper presentations and responses from the annual conference, book reviews, etc.
POLICIES FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION:
- Electronic submission of articles (using a Microsoft Word attachment) should be sent to the Editor: Todd Speidell, Editor (Contact).
- Please do not submit a manuscript that has been previously published or is being considered for publication by another journal.
- Please use the Participatio Template (Word or Pages) to conform to the formatting and settings described in the Style Guide.
- Use the Paragraph Styles as described in the Style Guide.
- Include a title page:
- title of the article;
- your name and highest degree;
- institutional affiliation and position;
- electronic mail address.
- Include headers with your name and an abbreviated title, and centered page numbers as footers.
- Include an abstract of 100-200 words and a total approximate range of 5,000-10,000 words.
- Use footnotes rather than endnotes.
All submitted manuscripts will be acknowledged promptly and processed as quickly as possible. While legitimate differences of opinion necessarily arise in producing a peer-reviewed journal, the editors reserve the right to formally adjudicate on matters of style, content, coverage, and protocol throughout the editorial process.