The Reformed Theological Review is Australia's longest-running Protestant theological journal, having been founded in 1942. It exists especially to foster research by Australian Reformed academics, though anyone may make a submission.
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 2018 Government's Australian Research Council. Articles are to be research-driven and to provide an original academic contribution.
For a non peer-reviewed scholarly publication with shorter, more accessible articles and reviews, consider Catechesis.
Vol. 79 No. 3 (2020)