The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center (JITC) is published biannually, in the Fall and Spring. It is dedicated to the advancement of theological education with a special emphasis on the Africentric (African, African-American, African in Diaspora) perspective. ITC faculty and students as well as scholars from national and international theological schools and universities are invited to submit articles.
The objective of the JITC is to provide a critique of theological education which is informed by the perspectives and contributions of African-Americans and other global interpretations.
The ITC Press is the publishing component of the JITC. As such, it oversees the production of the Black Church Scholars Series and Occasional Publications reflecting the current state of scholarship in African-American studies.
Submitted articles must meet the following House Rules:
The JITC is an accredited journal which publishes independently, peer-reviewed research articles on Africentric topics and issues. As part of the peer review policy all contributions are refereed before publication by scholars who are recognized as experts in the particular field of study.
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