Sacra Doctrina[edit | edit source]
|Discipline||Systematic Christian Theology|
|Language||English and Italian|
|Edited by||Antonio Olmi|
Edizioni Studio Domenicano, Bologna (Italy)
Sacra Doctrina is one of the first christian theological journals to have been established in Italy.
Editorial tipics[edit | edit source]
The editorial line of Sacra Doctrina is focused on the on contribution of cultures, not only Western culture, in the development of Catholic systematic theology.
This journal is the official pubblication of the Department of Systematic Theology of the Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna and it is sponsored by the Dominican Province of San Domenico in Italy.
The publisher of Sacra Doctrina is Edizioni Studio Domenicano.
Publications[edit | edit source]
The journal[edit | edit source]
The journal Sacra Doctrina is a biannual pubblication of Systematic Theology. It is the official review of the department of Systematic Teology of the Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna Sacra Doctrina is the oldest Italian theological scientific review, founded in 1956. It is released two times a year.
The Quaderni[edit | edit source]
Staff members[edit | edit source]
Director: Antonio Olmi OP
Editorial Board: Members of the Department of Systematic Theology of the Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna (FTER)
Scientific Board: Giorgio Carbone OP, Attilio Carpin OP, Erio Castellucci, François Dermine OP, Daniele Gianotti, 靖保路 Jìng B�olù, Sergio Parenti OP, Cesare Rizzi, Marco Salvioli OP
Editorial line[edit | edit source]
Information about article content[edit | edit source]
Sacra Doctrina considers articles, written in any language of academic relevance, submitted for publication if they conform to the following guidelines.
Originality[edit | edit source]
According to the website the articles candidated to be publiched on Sacra Doctrina have to be different from the articles that the author have already published.Still according to  the submission for pubblications must to be original in content, rigorous and clearly understandable to the specialist resarcher on theological or philosophical topics.
Article review process[edit | edit source]
Still according to
The article will be submitted to three anonymous reviewers; it will be published if approved by at least two of them. The outcome of the peer review will be passed on to the author, whether or not the essay is accepted. If a submission seems obviously inappropriate to Sacra Doctrina, it may be rejected without entering the review process.
References[edit | edit source]
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