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Pieter H. Vos, Protestant Theological University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Philip G. Ziegler, University of Aberdeen, UK

Associate Editors
Eddy Van der Borght, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands
James Eglinton, University of Edinburgh, UK
Arnold Huijgen, Protestant Theological University, The Netherlands
Christina Larsen, Grand Canyon University, USA
Jeremy Punt, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Cynthia L. Rigby, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, USA
Kate Sonderegger, Virginia Theological Seminary, USA
Sung Wook Chung, Denver Seminary, USA

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Sara Mannen, University of Aberdeen, UK, (Email)

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Prof. G. van den Brink, (Amsterdam)
Dr. B. Gaventa (Princeton)
Dr. G. den Hertog (Apeldoorn)
Prof. N. Koopman (Stellenbosch)
Dr. C. Mostert (Melbourne)
Dr. D. Smit (Princeton)
Dr. A. van de Beek (Amsterdam)
Dr. D. Visser (Hannover)
Dr. Seung Goo Lee (Seoul)
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Journal of Reformed Theology

The Journal of Reformed Theology (JRT) is a refereed international journal of systematic, historical, and biblical theology. The journal is an instrument for the study of living and contextual theology that provides a forum for debate on classical and contemporary theological issues and offers an update on new theological and biblical literature.
The Journal of Reformed Theology originates from the International Reformed Theological Institute (IRTI). Established in 1995, IRTI comprises a world-wide network of scholars involved in Reformed theology. ‘Reformed’ refers to the theological tradition that started with the sixteenth-century Reformation in Strasbourg, Zurich and Geneva, as an expression of Christian faith of all times and places.
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