Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity
Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity publishes innovative and constructive research that is multidisciplinary, contextual and comparative. The Journal accepts submissions that reflect the growing scholarship on Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity from a range of disciplines, methodologies, and theoretical viewpoints. While the Canadian context is an important focus of such research, the Journal will especially publish those articles that locate Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity in a number of contexts including Canadian religious history, North American Pentecostalism, and global society.
Verge: a journal of the arts and Christian faith
Verge is a peer-reviewed online journal hosted by the School of the Arts, Media + Culture at Trinity Western University, Langley, Canada. The journal is committed to exploring the multiplicity of intersections between artistic theory/practice and Christian faith. Although global in perspective, the journal features a Canadian emphasis. The journal is open to all connections of the arts and Christian faith, including the web of topics surrounding the journal title:
Verge: Verge as edge; a space for thoughtful, historically and critically informed cutting edge research.
[con]verge: Exploring the many times, places and ways that arts and Christian faith have converged and their diverse outcomes and influences on communities.
[di]verge: The journal welcomes topics that diverge from accepted conceptions and histories of the many connections and conceptions of the arts and Christian faith.
Verge welcomes submissions of scholarly articles, artist perspectives, responses to other articles and reviews of significant publications and artwork on a continuous basis.