European Journal for Philosophy of Religion (EJPR) is a peer-reviewed international journal devoted to the problems of the philosophy of religion. EJPR is edited at Charles University in Prague under the patronage of the Central European Society for Philosophy of Religion, in partnership with the John Hick Centre for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Birmingham. The European Society for Philosophy of Religion, the British Society for Philosophy of Religion, the Society of Christian Philosophers (USA), and the Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association are well represented in the journal's Editorial and Advisory Boards.
EJPR is published quarterly. Space is devoted to articles, of which more than 40 are published each year, exclusively in English. The journal contains also a Discussions and Replies section, and a Book Reviews section, which may include review articles and shorter notes.
Although the journal is committed to no position and invites papers without restriction of philosophical method or orientation, it encourages publication of papers in which clear philosophical questions are being asked, a clear thesis is defended, and clear arguments are given.
EJPR has been founded with the aim of fostering the development of philosophy of religion in Europe and elsewhere. While the extensive Advisory Board includes leading philosophers of religion from North America, United Kingdom, Australia and East Asia, the Editorial Board of the journal is made up primarily of philosophers from Continental Europe. The journal is edited in Prague under the auspices of the Central European Society for Philosophy of Religion, in partnership with the John Hick Centre for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Birmingham, UK. The refereeing process of the journal is being overseen by the Editor-in-Chief and the Chair of the Advisory Board.
|Editor-in-Chief:|| Janusz Salamon
Charles University in Prague
|Co-Editor & Review Editor:||Yujin Nagasawa
University of Birmingham
|Chair of Advisory Board:||Richard Swinburne
University of Oxford