The Reformed Theological Review is Australia's longest-running Protestant theological journal, having been founded in 1942. It exists to give a scholarly exposition, defence and propagation of the Reformed faith.
RTR publishes articles in the fields of Exegetical, Biblical, Systematic, Historical and Pastoral Theology, and Philosophy and Ethics. There are three issues a year (April, August and December).
RTR is a peer reviewed journal, and listed in the ERA journal list 2015 of the Federal Government's Australian Research Council.
For a non peer-reviewed publication with shorter, more accessible articles and reviews, consider Catechesis.
Vol 79 No 3 (2020)