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Currents in Reformational Thought
This book series seeks to promote new scholarship emerging from the rich and dynamic tradition of reformational intellectual inquiry. Believing that all scholarly endeavour is rooted in and oriented by deep spiritual commitments of one kind or other, reformational scholarship seeks to add its unique Christian voice to discussions about leading questions of life and society. From this source, it seeks to contribute to the redemptive transformation and renewal of the various aspects of contemporary society, developing currents of thought that open human imagination to alternative future possibilities that may helpfully address the damage we find in present reality. As part of this work, Currents in Reformational Thought will bring to light the inter- and multi-disciplinary dimensions of this intellectual tradition, and promote reformational scholarship that intentionally invites dialogue with other traditions or streams of thought.
 
Outline of the Submission Process
Propsective authors should address queries to the Currents in Reformational Thought Series Editors, Ronald A. Kuipers and Bob Sweetman, at the following email address:
Currents in Reformational Thought will consider both complete manuscripts as well as proposals. In either case, authors are asked to send a cover letter with a 3 to 5 page prospectus summarizing the manuscript and describing its relationship to the Currents in Reformational Thought series description (above). In the case of completed manuscripts, the prospectus should include the length (in words). If the manuscript is not completed, a time frame for completion should also be included. The letter, prospectus, and manuscript (if complete) should be sent to the series editors in electronic form (.doc or .pdf).

Book proposals and manuscripts are first reviewed by the series editors, and, if initially accepted for consideration, the completed manuscript will be submitted to peer review by external examiners. The series editors will consider the external reviews in making the final decision to publish. If revisions are required, the revised manuscript may be reviewed again by external examiners.