Indonesian Journal of Theology (IJT)

Indonesian Journal of Theology (E-ISSN: 2339-0751) adalah sebuah jurnal teologi yang dipublikasi oleh ATI. IJT digagas dengan tujuan memperkaya diskursus teologi antar teolog-teolog antar-denominasi dan antar-iman, terutama di konteks Indonesia. Selain itu, kami juga ingin berkontribusi kepada diskursus teologis yang lebih luas di kekristenan global saat ini, khususnya di konteks Asia, dengan mempublikasikan karya-karya dari penulis dari seluruh dunia. Kami menerima kontribusi dari sarjana-sarjana dalam bidang teologi, studi agama-agama, dan bidang-bidang terkait lainnya.

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  • oleh Elia Tambunan
    A book review of Teologi Sahala.
  • oleh Fang Fang Chandra
    A book review of The Crucifixion of Jesus: Torture, Sexual Abuse, and Scandal of the Cross.
  • oleh Debbie Tohatta
    This article considers Holy Communion as a meeting space of meaningful inclusivity for people with disabilities. While God’s initiative extends to all Christians to share together in table fellowship, individuals with disabilities are often less involved in the act of Holy Communion. Given conditions such as blindness, paralysis, and cognitive impairment, these Christians are frequently […]
  • oleh Vika Rahelia, Ihan Martoyo
    This article presents several views related to the interpretation of “eunuch” in Matthew 19:12. We find that alternative interpretations allow for inclusive gender variations when translating from the original language of this verse. Notably, this would include understanding the status of a eunuch, who is unable to marry or bear children. This condition could be […]
  • oleh Aldi Abdillah
    The phenomenon of religious conversion can incite fear and prejudice against other religions, particularly those exhibiting radical moments and movements. Within the diverse context of Indonesia, the multifaceted yet deeply personal dimensions of such radical religious conversions invite further examination. A prominent historical figure who experienced such a radical religious conversion was Paul the Apostle. […]
  • oleh Ricky Atmoko
    Evangelical Christianity’s concern for nature generally follows a dualistic, utilitarian influence that can be traced back to the thought of Augustine. To escape the trap of dualism, I reinterpret the Augustinian dyad of uti (means or use) and frui (enjoyment or delight) using the Hindu notions of seva (selflessness) and svarupa (true form). In doing […]
  • oleh Parulihan Sipayung
    This study aims to develop a constructive theology of hosah through an interdisciplinary approach. The research involves a scientific understanding of air, the Simalungun cultural concept of hosah, and Christian theology of the Holy Spirit. It employs a trialogical method consisting of two stages, namely, descriptive-comparative and normative-constructive. The first stage explains the concepts of […]
  • oleh Jear Niklas Doming Karniatu Nenohai
    This article examines the relationship between the Christian Evangelical Church of Timor (Gereja Masehi Injili di Timor, or GMIT) and Indigenous religions. It gives special attention to the Monthly Cultural Liturgy (Liturgi Bulan Budaya, or LBB), which is a contextual theological construct instituted by the GMIT Synod. This research explores the limited efficacy of contextual […]
  • oleh Jefri Andri Saputra, Mordekai
    This research explores the discord of belief between Aluk Mappurondo and Christianity in Mamasa, West Sulawesi, which is evident in residential segregation and the decline of relations between the two religions. As we aim to identify the common ground between them, the study uses a comparative approach to analyze the similarities and differences in the […]