The primary mission of the Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology (BJRT) is to be an international and diverse forum for original, cutting-edge scholarship in religious studies, philosophy, and theology that reflects the GTU’s endeavor to be a nexus for “where religion meets the world.”
In fulfillment of this aspect of the mission, the BJRT is committed to publishing and making accessible, on at least an annual basis, original research by scholars throughout the world that is representative of the various religious expressions and theological traditions and perspectives within the GTU community.
The BJRT will publish lectures and prize-winning essays from the GTU Consortial community, as well as original research submitted for publication. We invite authors who are interested in submitting articles or book reviews for publication to consult our Information for Authors or Book Reviews sites for further details. We are committed to being part of the conversations that advance the frontiers of religious and theological thought, and invite you to contribute!
The Editors and Staff of the Berkeley Journal of Religion.
Journal Staff and Peer-Review Board (2018-2019)
Uriah Y. Kim, Ph.D.
Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs
John Dillenberger Professor of Biblical Studies
Managing Editor: Henry S. Kuo
Book Review Editor: Justin Staller
Copy Editor: Matthew Hartman
Ineda Adesanya (Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion)
Ineda P. Adesanya, Therese Bjørnaas, Ph.D., Paul Blankenship, Ron Boyer, Levi Checketts, Ph.D., Maureen Day, Phil Erwin, Christina Fetherolf, Ph.D., Gordon Gilmore, Arvin Gouw, Ph.D., Matthew Hartman, Leigh Ann Hildebrand, Yohana Junker, Henry Kuo, Andrew Lewis, Jennifer Owens-Jofré, Ph.D., Rob Peach, Ph.D., Hannah Pheasant, Dustyn Kainoa Ragasa, Rondall Reynoso, Daniel Robinson, Kyle Schiefelbein-Guerrero, Ph.D., Laura Jean Torgerson