The Conrad Grebel Review invites original article submissions from a variety of disciplinary perspectives on two specific themes:
Possible topics include sacramentality, sacraments, ordinances, and pastoral practice in Anabaptist/Mennonite faith communities; sacramentality in ecumenical dialogues involving Mennonites; sacramentality in worship practices; sacramentality as a perspective on creation.
Length: 5000-7500 words / Deadline: October 1, 2017
2. THE COMMON GOOD
Possible topics include biblical, historical, theological, ethical, or practical perspectives on the common good; the function of the idea of the common good in Mennonite ethical discourse; the common good and economic inequality, war and peace, ecology and climate change, political institutions, race, and/or gender; the common good in ecumenical, interfaith, and/or public discourses; the common good as a relevant and rigorous concept.
Length: 5000-7500 words / Deadline: January 1, 2018
Style guide and general submission guidelines are here.
All manuscripts should relate to The Conrad Grebel Review’s general mandate to publish on “theology, peace, society, and culture from broadly-based Anabaptist/Mennonite perspectives.”
Submissions on themes other than those above, but related to the journal’s mandate, are welcome at any time.
Submissions of manuscripts related to The Conrad Grebel Review’s mandate to publish “advancing thoughtful, sustained discussions of theology, peace, society, and culture from broadly-based Anabaptist/Mennonite perspectives” are welcome at any time.