Quartz Hill School of Theology

Quartz Hill Journal of Theology
Contributor’s Guidelines

The editors of Quartz Hill Journal of Theology are always happy to receive contributions. Please note that all material sent to an editor is sent at the contributor’s own risk. While every care is taken with material, neither the editors nor the publisher can be held responsible for any loss or damage incurred. In the case of both unsolicited and commissioned work, the contribution can only be deemed as being accepted on receipt of a letter of confirmation from the editor.

Please note that Quartz Hill Journal of Theology cannot accept any liability for damage/loss of equipment/belongings, personal injury/loss of life incurred, or third party claims, while undertaking either unsolicited or commissioned work.

Contributors should use the Chicago Manuel of Style or similar work as their guideline for format. We prefer all text in Times New Roman or Arial fonts, 12 pt, with 1 inch margins all around. If you need to italicize something, please italicize it, do not use underlining.

What We Are Looking For?


We are looking for articles and poetry that are theologically oriented and written from a Christian perspective. We will accept both scholarly, technical articles as well as those more popularly oriented. Articles may be on the Bible, parts of the Bible, interpretation, all branches of theology (soteriology, theodicy, ecclesiology, and the like), history, archaeology relating to the Ancient Near East, biography, and the like. Also, articles on science, ethics, literature, and philosophy would be of interest to us.


We are looking for reviews of books, movies, music, and plays. They may be both Christian and non-Christian works.


We are looking for a small number of poems to publish in each issue. Both modern and classical styles are acceptable.


We need color artwork for the cover of each issue, and smaller, black and white illustrations for the interior of the print-edition. Color or black and white images are needed for the online version of the journal. We prefer electronic submissions of images.

Payment for articles and other submissions will be in a contributor’s copy of the print edition of the journal.

All Quartz Hill Journal of Theology articles, poetry and images may be used on the Quartz Hill School of Theology website at www.theology.edu. No additional payment will be made for this use.

Submitting an Article

Quartz Hill School of Theology prefers electronic submissions and expects all written materials to be submitted in a Word-compatible format.

Please do not mix text and illustrations in the same file: keep them separate.

Handwritten manuscripts will not be accepted.

If material is submitted in hard copy, it must have the contributor’s name and address clearly marked upon it and a stamped, self-addressed envelope should be enclosed for the return of the material and our response if we decide we do not want it. Material submitted in hard copy without a stamped, self-addressed envelope will be disposed of. Material submitted in hard copy should be sent unbound, unstapled and without paperclips on 8 ½ by 11 inch paper.

The editors are always happy to discuss any of the above with contributors should they care to contact the office.

Address all submissions and correspondence to:

Quartz Hill School of Theology
43543 51st Street West
Quartz Hill, CA 93536

Electronic submission by email is preferred

Contact Details

Telephone: (661) 722-0891
Email: info@theology.edu
Website: www.theology.edu

Quartz Hill School of Theology
43543 51st Street West
Quartz Hill, CA 93536

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