Quarterly review published by the Association des Publications de la
Faculté de Théologie Protestante de l'Université de Strasbourg
in connection with the Faculties of Protestant Theology
of Montpellier and Paris
Founded in 1921 by Antonin Causse
Honorary Director : Marc Philonenko
Published with the support of the Centre National du Livre
ISSN 0035-2403 - CPPAP 0415 G 86955
The Journal is open to all theological disciplines and to all currents of thought without sectarism. Notwithstanding its title Revue d'Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses, it aims to cover all the theological field.
The Journal publishes scientific articles in French language and pertaining to Christianity and to religions with which Christianity has frequent relationship, notably Judaism and Islam. These articles are addressed to the Chief Editor, and are submitted to the Editorial Board.
Although giving pride of place to Protestantism, it retains a clearly Ecumenical character with respect both to the topics and the authors. It is open not only to dedicated scholars, but also to young researchers.
It is France one of the leading journals of Protestant inspiration with a scientific and technical character. By means of an extended section of book reviews, it is a indispensable tool for all researchers in the field of religious studies and for those interested in religious issues.
For the next years, it will grant special attention to the "inter-testamentary" research and to studies on the Reformation.