For over ninety years, the Anglican Theological Review has been the
unofficial journal of the seminaries of the Episcopal Church in the United
States and the Anglican Church of Canada.
We are committed to creative intellectual engagement with Christian
tradition, and to interdisciplinary inquiry that includes literature
and the arts, philosophy, and science. In the spirit of sound learning
that marks Anglican divinity, we aim to foster scholarly excellence
and thoughtful conversation in and for the church.
The contents of the ATR are intended to be focally, but
not exclusively, Anglican in subject matter and approach. Authors
belong to many
traditions and communities. Essays published in the “Articles” section
of the journal have been peer-reviewed.
The ATR is governed by a not-for-profit Corporation,
which includes representatives of our Supporting
Institutions as well
as elected members at large. An Editorial
Committee oversees the direction
and contents of the journal.