A theological journal from Central European perspectives founded in 1958 by J. L. Hromádka and J. B. Souček
published by the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University in Prague three times a year.
Communio Viatorum seeks to promote research and scholarly debate in all theological disciplines. Since its foundation special attention has been paid to both biblical studies and Czech Protestant history. The journal is also interested in articles that reflect new accents within the field of theology as well as relevant challenges from neighbouring disciplines, developments in the Church worldwide as well as new moves within society. It seeks to promote an ongoing process of theological debate from a specific Central European Protestant background, but open to authors from all around the world and all denominations who wish to engage in such a conversation.
for authors are here.
Communio Viatorum is a peer-reviewed journal. All articles will be submitted anonymously to at least two competent scholars in the field.
Form for a reviewer: here
Form for a reviewer in Czech Language: here
Mark Douglas, Decatur, Ga
Marianne Grohmann, Wien
Michael Kirwan, London
Katharina Kunter, Karlsruhe
Dirk G.Lange, Saint Paul, Mn
Tim Noble, Prague
Editor in chief: Petr Sláma, Prague