Style Notes for Contributors
- Articles and book reviews should be submitted in English. Articles to be considered will normally not be above 10,000 words, and book reviews 800 to 2,000 words. Book reviews should include summary, critical evaluation, and recommendations for use.
- Submissions may be provided via e-mail (preferably in Microsoft Word 2003 or RTF format).
- Style should conform to the Divinity College Style Guide and the Wipf and Stock Style Guide for authors, Appendix B, C, and D unless something is not addressed there, then use the Chicago Manual of Style.
- Abbreviations for ancient literature should conform to the SBL Handbook of Style, sections 8.3.1 through 8.3.17.
- All Greek characters should be in SBL Greek, and all Hebrew characters should be in SBL Hebrew. These fonts are available on the SBL website.
- All materials submitted for publication should employ inclusive language.
- Authors should include a brief autobiographical statement indicating their current appointment or area of professional interest, return address, telephone number, and e-mail address. Authors are advised to retain a copy of submitted material.
- Submissions and correspondence may be directed to the Editor by postal mail or email.
McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry
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All published articles, either electronic or print, are copyrighted by McMaster Divinity College. Material appearing in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry may not be copied, duplicated, or reproduced by any means without prior written authorization from McMaster Divinity College. Articles and reviews may be cited following an appropriate style guide form, and must include the author’s name, article title, journal title, volume number, volume date, and page numbers. For example:
Steven M. Studebaker, “Theology: A Question of Discipleship,” MJTM 8 (2007) 9-22.