Thank you for your interest in contributing to GlobalTheology.org. It is only through your sharing that the community of this site can understand and appreciate the diversity of expression within the global church.

This page will hopefully answer any questions you have about sharing. Also, feel free to contact us by email: submissions.globaltheology@gmail.com

Guest Contributions / Re-posting

Who can write for this site?

Anyone! If you are reading this page, you likely have an interest in the value that different perspectives bring to theology and Biblical interpretation. The goal of this site is to bring non-Western expression outside of a narrowly defined context and off of the pages of academic research and into the lives of Christians and into churches around the world.

We want primary sources of global theology to be able to share their perspectives directly with the community but also people to serve as secondary sources — as a voice for those who do not have access to communicating their perspective.

What type of content is this site looking for?

Currently, we have divided the site into categories of non-Western thought. Within those categories, we have notes of Theology and Biblical Interpretation. Within these streams, express your thoughts in 500-1500 words. The parameters of the site are held loosely so that there is as much freedom of expression as possible.

Who is reading this site?

By publishing online, access to this material is (hypothetically) universal. The dynamic of this element is that material written from one context may influence one never dreamt possible. This site will be frequented by pastors, students, teachers, and Christians interested in what is happening theologically within the global church.

Who owns the content?

Original contributors retain rights over the intellectual content shared on the site. If reproduced online, content must link to original post and note both original author and globaltheology.org site information. Reproduction in print is restricted to not-for-profit academic or ecclesiastical use and must give appropriate citation to author and globaltheology.org site information.

How do I send submissions?

All material should be emailed to submissions.globaltheology@gmail.com. Post should be attached as a standard Word document. Please include pertinent biographical material such as name, location, education/professional/ministry experience, as well as any website information that would allow community members to know you better. This would include personal website, academic institute, church, or organization. If content is being re-posted elsewhere, please note the domain name in the email.

Global Theology Countdown

In an effort to help communicate the significance of different perspectives of Christian theology and Biblical interpretation, we are starting a new series of posts: The Global Theology Countdown. The format will resemble the following:

4 Keys to understanding–statements summarizing key foundations or positions

3 Influential people–both instrumental in the past or contemporary leaders

2 Blogs or online resources to learn more–active link to homepage and a short summation of the significance of the site

1 Books to go deeper with–including short personal reflection, if desired

We invite guest bloggers to share their expertise and help our community go deeper in understanding the richness of different perspectives. If you are interested in contributing, please contact our editors via our Contact page.

Regional Editors

Under the direction of the Editor-in-Chief, Regional Editor would be responsible for recruiting representative voices of their region and assisting them through the editorial process and online posting. This role will solicit both existing online content and invite original content from alternative channels.

This position is designed for graduate and post-graduate students with a background in academic research and writing in theology, biblical studies, anthropology, or related disciplines.

Depending on region, Editor may also be tasked with locating assistance to translate material from or into different languages.

Persons interested in this volunteer position should contact the Editor-in-Chief  with a writing sample and curriculum vitae/resume.

Internships

Internships are designed to give a student an experiencing in global research, integration, and application. Each internship is individually customized to meet any institutional requirements as well as build off of personal interest. This role can also be customized as a component of other internships which would benefit from research and writing direction.