Didaskalia is Providence Theological Seminary’s peer reviewed academic journal, published annually by ProvPress, a division of Providence Theological Seminary. Guided by the principle of interdisciplinary theological reflection for the church, Didaskalia features articles and book reviews of significance for an ecclesial and academic audience.
DIDASKALIA — 1. act., the act of teaching, instruction; Rom. 12:7. Of Timothy, 1 Tim 4:13, 16. 2. pass., of that which is taught, teaching; Eph. 4:14. Freq. of the teachings of eccl. Christianity: 2 Tim. 4:3 — From Bauer’s Greek-English Lexicon of the NT.
"All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching (Διδασκαλια)..."
— 2 Timothy 3:16 (NIV)
Call for Papers for the Fall 2016 issue
The theme for the Fall 2016 issue of Didaskalia is Christ Centered Education. Didaskalia welcomes the submission of quality papers that address this theme as it relates to the author’s own field of research and/or teaching expertise and experience. From your perspective, as you reflect on your own academic discipline, what does it mean to be a Christian scholar? What does it mean to be a Christian teacher in an institution of higher education? How do you understand the nature and function of theological integration with respect to your own field of study, writing, teaching, and service? Papers that address these and/or other relevant questions are most welcome.
Articles should run approximately 5000-8000 words in length, be written according to style guidelines set forth in Turabian / Chicago Manual of Style, and use footnotes rather than endnotes.
Submissions are due August 15, 2016. Please send your submission to Patrick Franklin, Editor: email@example.com
Didaskalia is open to all submissions of original research, articles, and academic book reviews.
Articles should run approximately 8000 words in length, be written according to style guidelines set forth in Turabian / Chicago Manual of Style, and use footnotes rather than endnotes. Book reviews should be approximately 1000-1200 words in length and include both summary of and critical engagement with the book being reviewed.