Journal Christian Psychology
Christian Psychology: A Transdisciplinary Journal
Christian Psychology is published twice a year. The journal began with the name Edification, but changed into Christian Psychology in 2013 to more directly expresses our agenda: Christian Psychology. We are using the term Christian psychology very broadly to cover the disciplined inquiry into the nature of human beings from the standpoint of a Christian world-and-life-view.
Those interested in Christian psychology are invited to submit manuscripts. We are looking for empirical, theoretical, and applied articles. Contributions from diverse disciplines are encouraged, including philosophy, sociology, cultural studies, biology, psychiatry, theology, biblical studies, and pastoral ministry, and all subdisciplines of psychology. Those interested in submitting manuscripts and book reviews that address the broad interests of this journal are encouraged to contact our managing/book review editor, Lydia Kim-van Daalen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Issues of Christian Psychology