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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

Author Guidelines

The description of the theoretical framework of the theme

  • accuracy in description and presentation;
  • present interest and relevance of the bibliography used in connection

with the theme;

  • relevance of the information regarding the theme;

 

The aim of the study

  • accuracy of expression;
  • originality;
  • relevance of the aim for the analysis and the innovation of the suggested

theme;

 

The objectives of the study

  • accuracy of expression;
  • relevance and operational degree according to the stated aim;
  • relevance regarding the stated theme;

 

The advanced hypothesis and the considered variables

  • accuracy of expression;
  • relevance of hypothesis according to the stated theme, aim and objectives;
  • correlation between hypothesis and variables;

 

The description of the research methodology

  • accuracy of building up research techniques;
  • accuracy in applying the research techniques;
  • relevance of the used methodology according to the theme, aim and

objectives;

 

The presentation of the resultus of the investigation

  • relevance of the results according to the theme, aim and objectives;
  • quality of the results and their presentation according to the stated aim;
  • quantity of results;

 

Interpretation of the results obtained

  • relevance of interpretation according to the hypothesis, aim and

objectives ;

  • relation of the interpretation with the theoretical framework of the theme;
  • ·accuracy, originality and extent of interpretation;

 

Suggestions

  • innovative degree of suggestions;
  • capacity of the suggestions to solve the identified problems;
  • transferable value of the launched suggestions;

 

Remarks:

  • the author is obliged to specify the domain of the scientific research of

the study;

  • the consultant and the editorial stuff reserve the right of publishing the

article according to the epistemic or/and the editing requirements;

  • each article will be analyzed according to the requirements of the domain

it belongs to, the above requirements being the reference framework;

  • the editorial stuff guarantees the author the feedback right, during the

first week after receiving the article;

  • the editorial stuff will, confidentially, send and comment both the positive

and the negative feedbacks;

  • the consultant and the editorial stuff will accept for publication the rejected

articles, in an improved form.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Contributions should be written in English, German, French or Italian. The article should not be longer than 12.000 words, including footnotes.

Articles should be accompanied by an abstract (max. 150 words), preferably in English. The abstract should present the main point and arguments of the article.

The academic affiliation of the author and his e-mail address must write at the first note of the article.

 

GENERAL STRUCTURE OF A FULL ARTICLE

  • Title
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • Main text:

–        Introduction

–        Methods

–        Results

  • Conclusion

MAIN TEXT

Authors are kindly asked to submit the final form of their article, carefully edited according to the instructions below, proofed for language, spelling and grammar. Articles with spelling and grammatical errors cannot be accepted.

Please use Normal Style, with Times New Roman, 12 point font, single line spacing, justified, first line indented at 0.8 cm. (0.32 in.). For headings use Heading 2 Style.

For Hebrew and Greek quotations please use Bible Works fonts (BWhebb, BWgrkl), Hebraica, Graeca, or Scholars Press fonts (the latter can be downloaded from the Biblica site)

FOOTNOTES

Footnotes are numbered continuously, starting with 1.

Footnote numbers in the text should be inserted automatically (Insert footnote), placed in superscript after the punctuation mark. Do not use endnotes or other methods of inserting notes. For Footnotes use Footnote Text Style with Times New Roman, 10, single, justified, hanging indent at 0.5 cm. (0.2 in.).

 

QUOTATIONS WITHIN THE BODY OF THE ARTICLE:

Please avoid unnecessarily long quotations, unless they are very important for your point. Quotations shorter than four lines should be included in the text, between quotation marks, followed by the footnote indicating the source.

Please use quotation marks according to the rules of the language in which you write: “English”, „German”, and « French » or « Italian ».

Quotations longer than four lines should be written as a different paragraph, without quotation marks, indented 0.5 cm (0.2 in.) left and right.

 

REFERENCES

References to books and articles have to be placed in the footnotes. Do not add a bibliography.

The last name of the author(s) should be written in SmallCaps, the title of the book, article, periodical, volume in italic.

Books:

DUMITRU STĂNILOAE, Spiritualitate şi comuniune în Liturghia ortodoxă, EIBMBOR, Bucureşti, 20042, 109.

KIRSOOP LAKE, The Apostolic Fathers, vol. I, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1959, 233.

D. F. Tolmie, Jesus’ Farewell to the Disciples. John 13,1-17,26, in Narratological Perspective (Biblical Interpretation Series 12), Brill, Leiden, 1995, 28-29.

Articles from periodicals and collective volumes:

DUMITRU STĂNILOAE, La centralité du Christ dans la théologie, dans la spiritualité et dans la mission de l’Eglise, in „Contacts”,vol XXVII, no. 92, 1975, 447.

DUMITRU POPESCU, Ştiinţa în contextul teologiei apusene şi al celei răsăritene, în vol. „Ştiinţă şi Teologie. Preliminarii pentru dialog”, coord. Pr. Prof. Dr. Dumitru Popescu, Editura Eonul dogmatic, Bucureşti, 2001, 11.

DAVID E. AUNE, Magic in Early Christianity, in „Aufstieg Und Niedergang Der Römischen Welt”, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1980, 1510.

Patristic works:

IOAN GURĂ DE AUR, Omili la Facere, II, 4 în „Scrieri”, partea I-a, col. „Părinţi şi Scriitori Bisericeşti”, vol. 21, trad. Pr. D. Fecioru, EIBMBOR, Bucureşti, 1987, 43.

Ambrosius, Expositio evangelii sec. Lucam II, 87, PL 14, 1584D-1585A.

Once the full information on a book or article has been given, the last name of the author should be used. If you refer to several works of the same author, mention the short title after the first name (for example, Wolff, Hosea, 138), without any reference to the first note where the full title was given. Please avoid general references to works previously cited, such as op. cit., art. cit.. Also avoid f. or ff. for “following” pages; indicate the proper page numbers.

Special Notification

The Authors are expected to send the studies that meet the specified requirements 1.0 lines paging. The Authors assume the responsibility of the contents of the articles. The unpublished are not returned

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