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MID-YEAR 2018 CHRISTIAN STUDIES ISSUE 2018 : MID-YEAR 2018 CHRISTIAN STUDIES ISSUE

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Link: http://www.ethnophilosophical-journal.de/p/call-for-papers.html
 
When May 15, 2018 - May 30, 2018
Where Trier, Germany
Submission Deadline TBD
Categories    cultural studies   ethnic studies   religion
 

Call For Papers

The Journal of Ethnophilosophical Questions and Global Ethics (JEQGE) is opening a call for papers for the themed mid-year 2018 issue «Jesus thou art the sinner’s friend» Christian takes on morality and secular life in the 21st century.

The submitted papers will have to analyze issue that deal with the Christian experience in the 21st century:

New Christian movements
Cults and religious radicalism
Christianity and Western Culture
Christianity and Paganism
Televangelism
Folk Christianity
African Christianity
End times prophecies
Eastern Christianity and Middle Eastern Christians
Christians and the mass media
Other topics can be suggested

Sections:
articles (8 pages minimum)
short-readings (maximum 5 pages)
book reviews (2.5 pages maximum)
artwork
rare bibliographical sources

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