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The Journal for Continental Philosophy of Religion is an international peer-reviewed journal for scholars interested in the intersection between continental philosophy and religion. The journal publishes articles of a scholarly nature and book review-essays on every aspect of continental philosophy of religion. We especially welcome studies in one of the following areas: • Phenomenology of Religion • Hermeneutics of Religion and Interreligious Dialogue • German Idealism and Religion • Psychoanalysis and Religion • The Philosophical retrieval of Patristic traditions (Greek, Latin and Syrian) • Religious Imagination (especially the role of visual arts, cinema, and literature) • Religion and Gender Studies • The Contribution of Theology in Political Theory and Identity Narratives