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Editor in Chief: John Ahn, Howard University

Ali Asani, Harvard University
Wallace Best, Princeton University
Elias Bongmba, Rice University
Teresa Fry Brown, Emory University
Gay L. Byron, Howard University
Kortright Davis, Howard University
Hugh R. Page Jr., University of Notre Dame
Yolanda Pierce, Howard University
Emilie Townes, Vanderbilt University
Ula Y. Taylor, University of California

Journal of Black Religious Thought

The Journal of Black Religious Thought advances critical scholarship in the fields of Religious Studies – with special attention to Black religious studies, which includes and intersects, but not limited to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament, Intertestamental, Quran, theology, history, ethics, practical theology, religion-science, philosophy of religion, Black hermeneutics, philosophy of religion, womanist, intersectionality, cultural studies, among others – offering African American, African, and/or African Diaspora points of view.

The Journal of Black Religious Thought encourages scholars of all races, orientations, and world designations to contribution and help grow the fields of religious studies that matter to Black and other colorizations advancing, promoting, and producing new knowledge.
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