Scottish Journal of Theology

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Scottish Journal of Theology  
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Discipline Theology
Language English
Edited by Ian A. McFarland
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Quarterly
Standard abbreviations
Scott. J. Theol.
ISSN 0036-9306
LCCN 71612739
OCLC no. 241458086

The Scottish Journal of Theology is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of systematic, historical and biblical theology. It was established in 1948 by Thomas F. Torrance and J. K. S. Reid. Former editors-in-chief include Iain Torrance (Universities of Birmingham and Aberdeen, Princeton Theological Seminary), Bryan Spinks (Yale Divinity School), Joe Houston (University of Glasgow), Alastair Heron (Universities of Edinburgh and University of Erlangen), and Alan Lewis (University of Edinburgh and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary). The current editor is Ian A. McFarland (University of Cambridge).[1]

The journal was originally published by Oliver & Boyd (1948-1969) and then subsequently by Cambridge University Press (1970-1974), Scottish Academic Press (1975-1990), and T&T Clark (1991-2001). Cambridge University Press has been the publisher since 2002.

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  1. ^ "Editorial board". Cambridge Core. Retrieved 2018-05-14.

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