Aims and Scope

Religious Inquiries

 

Aim and Scope

Religious Inquiries is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal with the aim of disseminating international research in religion. It aims to serve the interests of a wide range of thoughtful readers and academic scholars of religion, as well as theologians, philosophers, social scientists, anthropologists, psychologists, neuroscientists and others interested in the multidisciplinary study of religions.

 

Major topics

Religious Inquiries  aims to serve the interests of a wide range of thoughtful readers and academic scholars of religion. The Journal is published for the purpose of advancing scholarship in the comparative studies of the Western and Islamic theology, mysticism and ethics. The scope of published work is intentionally broad and we invite innovative work from all methodological approaches in the major subfields. The areas of interest include the following subjects, but are not limited to:

 

  • Islamic Studies & Christian-Muslim Relations
  • Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion
  • Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
  • Religion and Pluralism: Ancient & Modern
  • History of Religions
  • Science and Religion
  • Comparative Religion 
  • Practical and Ecumenical Theology and Theological Ethics
  • Theology and Religious Studies (Western and Eastern Esotericism)
  • Indigenous and Inter-Religious Studies
  • Intercultural Studies and Theology
  • Religion, Conflict and Globalisation
  • Exegesis and Teachings of Quran
  • Mysticism and Religious Experience
  • Mysticism in the Great Traditions 
  • Gnosticism, Esotericism and Mysticism, ...