NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion, formerly known as Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift (NTT), is a leading platform for academic debate in the fields of religion and theology. NTT (Dutch Theological Journal) was established in 1946 and is the oldest journal of its kind in the Netherlands.
NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion (NTT JTSR) has a broad scope and welcomes contributions from religious studies, theology, and a wide range of disciplines within the humanities and the social sciences which investigate religions and religious phenomena.
The journal regularly publishes special issues which discuss current topics in the study of religion. Recent special issues focussed on the study of religion today, freedom and servitude in Jewish and Christian Traditions, Paul Tillich: a theology for the 21st century, the contemplative turn in theology, and the future of religious studies and theology in the Netherlands.
Renowned scholars such as Gerd Theissen, Annette Merz, Kocku von Stuckrad, Birgit Meyer, David Chidester, Hans Alma, and Catherine Pickstock have recently contributed articles to this journal.
Articles are expected to advance scholarship in their respective fields. Highly specialized research will be considered, provided that the Editors consider the contribution to be relevant for a wider audience.
The journal uses double-blind peer review and accepts original contributions in English, Dutch and German, The journal appears four times a year. In addition, in each issue a broad range of recently published literature is reviewed.