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We seek queries and full manuscripts for articles of 1000 or so words that have not appeared elsewhere. We consider somewhat longer articles at our discretion if a shorter treatment will not do a topic justice. We also welcome first-time translations of previously published articles.
Occasionally, however, we deem a previously published article to be important enough to republish. Contact us if you wish to propose a published article for our consideration, whether authored by yourself or someone else.
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We seek submissions expressive of a wide range of viewpoints. Our writers should avoid a combative or polemical tone.
See our calls for articles for our seven ongoing series:
- Anglican Church and Same-Sex Marriage
- Bridging Voices
- Christian Unity and Ecumenism
- Dialogical Articles
- Faith & the Arts
- Ordination of Women
- The Wheel 13/14: Responses
We also welcome summaries and reviews of books published during the current or preceding calendar year. Summaries are to be written by the author(s) or editor(s) of the book in question. See our Call for Book Summaries and Reviews for additional details.
Finally, reach out to us if you have a professional quality video that you would like to share with our global, mainly Orthodox audience. (See here and here for examples of how we can present your video.)
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