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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, or RTF 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.

Author Guidelines

  1. Document settings should be as follows:
    a) Font: Times Roman 12-point (header 14-point)
    b) language: English UK
    c) line spacing: single
    d) alignment: left
    e) endnotes not footnotes
    f) margins: 1 inch top and bottom, 1 inch left and right
    g) no page numbers, no hidden foot or header texts
    h) don’t indent new paragraphs; insert one blank line between paragraphs
    i) use short headers at regular intervals
  2. Please provide an abstract of your article in about 100 words.
  3. Articles have no separate bibliographies; all bibliographical information is in the endnotes.
  4. Books are referred to by
    a) Author’s surname and initials or forename
    b) Title (and subtitle if available) of book in italics, with capital initial letters for all main words
    c) Place of publication
    d) Name of publisher
    e) Date of publication
    J.E. Colwell, Living the Christian Story: The Distinctiveness of Christian Ethics (Edinburgh and New York: T & T Clark, 2001).
    J. Barton, ed., The Biblical World (2 vols; London and New York: Routledge, 2002).
    P.R. Williamson, Abraham, Israel and the Nations: The Patriarchal Promise and its Covenantal Development in Genesis (JSOTS 315; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000).

Note the following details for endnotes:

  1. i) Any subtitle follows a colon, and its first word and subsequent main words need a capital letter each
    ii) Place of publication, publisher and date all come inside round brackets
    iii) Within the brackets, place of publication is followed by a colon
    iv) Publisher’s name is followed by a comma and the date of publication
  2. The convention for articles is:
    Journal articles: Hetty Lalleman, 'The Suffering of the Prophet Jeremiah', Evangel 6.2 (1988): pp. 5–7.
    Essays in book: Hetty Lalleman, ‘Ethik des Alten Testaments’ in Themenbuch zur Theologie des Alten Testaments (ed. H.H. Klement and J. Steinberg; Wuppertal: Brockhaus, 2007), pp. 237–55.
    Articles in reference work: D.J. Wiseman, ‘Babylon’ in International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Vol. 1 (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1979), pp. 384–91.
  3. When you refer to a publication more than once, from the second time onwards please abbreviate the details to three elements: author’s surname, short title and page number. Avoid the use of ibid. and of op.cit.
    Colwell, Christian Story, p. 26.
    Lalleman, ‘Ethik’, p. 240.
  4. Provide the addresses of any websites used, including titles of any subsidiary pages, and give the date you accessed the website. Where available, also provide details of author, date and page numbers, as for books or articles.
    Example: (accessed 18 January 2022).
  5. Quotations of not more than 66 words are contained in the body of the text and marked out by quotation marks. Quotations of 66 words and more are put in a separate indented paragraph, without the use of quotation marks.
  6. Greek and Hebrew words are preferably transliterated unless use of the actual Greek or Hebrew font is essential.
  7. Keep the use of Capitals to a minimum. Note in particular the following:
    a) ‘Bible’ but ‘biblical’
    b) ‘Calvin’s doctrine of the Church’ but ‘Calvin’s view of the local church’
    c) In English references to the divine, persons are not normally capitalised:
    he, his, him rather than He, His, Him

Book Review Guidelines

* wordcount 1,000

* approximately 500 words descriptive and 500 critical engagement

* We're grateful to publishers for providing free review copies and recognise that many of the titles we review are academic books which are typically priced higher than those with larger print runs. Please don't include comments on price in your review.

 to include in the heading

 * name of the book's author

 * title

 * subtitle (if any)

 * place of publication

 * name of publisher

 * year of publication

 * page numbers of main book

 * UK price (RRP if you know it, otherwise whatever price you paid for it/can find online)

 format (which our copy-editor will check and adjust if necessary):

* font: Times Roman 12-point (header 14-point), line spacing: single; alignment: left; margins: 1 inch top and bottom, and left and right

* no document page numbers, no hidden foot or header texts

* don’t indent new paragraphs; insert blank lines between paragraphs

references etc.

 * for direct quotations from the book you are reviewing, include page numbers in brackets in the main text

 * if referencing another publication, see information on referencing in Author Guidelines above

 * if you include other phrases in inverted commas, we are likely to contact you to check whether they are quotations from the book you are reviewing – or you can include a Word comment highlighting to us that it is not a quotation but is in inverted commas for some other reason

 to include at the end of your review

 * your name and location


 * please upload your document to

 * (register on the site as a ‘Book Reviewer’ if you have not already done so)

 * it will be checked by the book review editor who will discuss it with you on the AT site

 * on acceptance, copy-editing discussion is likely to be by email – if you offer a review, we will assume permission to share your email address with the copy-editor


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