The Pacific Journal of Baptist Research (PJBR) is an open-access online journal which aims to provide an international vehicle for scholarly research and debate in the Baptist tradition, with a special focus on the Pacific region. However, topics are not limited to the Pacific region, and all subject matter potentially of significance for Baptist/Anabaptist communities will be considered. PJBR is especially interested in theological and historical themes, and preference will be given to articles on those themes.
Carey Baptist College (Auckland, New Zealand)
Malyon College (Brisbane, Australia)
Morling College (Sydney, Australia)
Vose Seminary (Perth, Australia)
Whitley College (Melbourne, Australia)
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Users are free to share the work (copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format).
Prof Paul Fiddes - Regent's Park College, Oxford University
Dr Steve Harmon - Garner-Webb University, USA
Dr Steve Holmes - University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Prof John McDowell - University of Divinity, Melbourne
Dr Donald Morcom - Malyon College, Brisbane
Dr Michael O'Neil - Vose Seminary, Perth
Dr Frank Rees - Whitley College, Melbourne
Dr Jason Sexton - University of Southern California, USA
Dr David Starling - Morling College, Sydney
Dr Martin Sutherland - Australian College of Theology, Sydney
PJBR is published twice-yearly in May and November. Articles are blind peer-reviewed, with submissions sent to international scholars in the appropriate fields for critical review before being accepted for publication.
Information for Contributors can be found here.
Manuscript Submissions: All manuscript submissions should
be addressed to the Senior Editor: email@example.com.
Book Reviews: All book review requests or submissions should be addressed to the Book Reviews Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Communications: All business communications should be addressed to: email@example.com
The journal does not charge article processing charges.