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You are welcomed to submit papers for the next volume (vol. 6) of the Valley View University of Journal of Theology (VVUJT).
You can submit your manuscripts to the editor through the email: [email protected]
Valley View University Journal of Theology (VVUJT) is an annual peer-refereed academic journal that publishes Bible-based research, including studies in biblical theology, systematic and historical theology, applied theology, and missions. The ideas expressed in the articles are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the thinking of the Department of Theological Studies. Each author is responsible for the correct use and referencing of the material used in the composition of his/her article. The editorial board is not liable to the consequences of any academic dishonesty committed by a contributor to this journal.

The editorial team will follow these timelines:
1. Deadline for Submission of Papers (June 1, 2020)
2. 24-hour response of acknowledgment of receipt.
3. Notification of consideration for Peer Review after 72 hours.
4. Reviewers' Report after three weeks of submission.
5. If Publishable results (depending on the nature of corrections) are obtained, the corrected copy must be sent to the editor not more two weeks upon receipt.
Kindly note:
1. Please, find below the editorial policy. Authors must strictly follow the Policy attached. Failure to follow the style will automatically disqualify the author.
2. Papers that seek to fill a knowledge gap in theological studies are published. The journal is theological, not multidisciplinary.
3. Papers are published by their merits. THIS IS NOT A PREDATORY JOURNAL.
May our Lord bless you all.

Editorial Office

Editorial Policies

  1. Each article submitted for publication should be original, unpublished, and written in English. It must be double-spaced and must include an abstract (50-150 words).

  2. The manuscript should follow the reference style and abbreviations in the SBL Handbook (see Patrick H. Alexander et al., eds., The SBL Handbook of Style for Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Early Christian Studies [Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1999], 38-63, 121-152). Because a wider readership is encouraged, Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, and other Ancient Near Eastern languages should be transliterated, following the conventions in the SBL Handbook, 25-29.

  3. Each article submitted to VVUJT is sent anonymously to two readers of, but not limited to, the International Review Board who are specialists in that field. The criteria that determine the acceptance of the manuscript include (1) significance of the study, (2) original contribution, (3) logical presentation, and (4) adequate documentation. The final decision on whether or not to publish a particular article is made by the editor in consultation with the editorial board.

  4. Before final publication, each author will receive proofs in electronic format, which must be reworked/corrected (if required), read thoroughly, and returned to the editor within a specified period of time.

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