Aim

        Journal of Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Theology is an international peer-reviewed Journal twice a year as March and September since 2014. It aims to contribute to the social sciences primarily Islamic sciences, philosophy and Islamic history. The original research and translation articles, book reviews and various review texts are published in our journal. The publication language of our journal is Turkish, but also in other languages such as Arabic, German and English.

       For studies submitted to our journal since 2020 and collected data from people, the ethical committee permission must be documented and the information must be declared on the first page of the study. It is important that the authors comply with this point.

         The articles submitted to our journal are firstly reviewed by the editor in terms of compliance with the journal policy and form requirements and plagiarism. As a result of the preliminary review, the studies that are deemed appropriate are subject to double-blind referee process. For the articles completed the arbitration process and approved by referee, are published with an extended 750 words Turkish and English summaries. There is no charge for submission, review and online access of the publication.

          Journal of Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Theology is published as printed and online twice a year on 15 March and on 15 September. Articles are accepted between 15 September and 10 January for the issue of 15 March and between 15 March and 10 July for the issue of 15 September. 

         Journal of Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Theology has adopted the decisions taken at the Editorial Workshop II for the Theology Journal, held on 19/01/2019.

Scope

In our journal it can be published academic articles produced in the following areas:

Basic Islamic Sciences

Tafsir, Hadith, Kalam, Islamic Law, History of Islamic Sects, Sufism, Arabic Language and Literature

Philosophy and Religious Studies

Islamic Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Psychology of Religion, Sociology of Religion, Religious Education, History of Religions, Logic

Islamic History and Arts

History of Islam, History of Islamic Arts, Turkish-Islamic Literature, Religious Music

Religious and Moral Education