St. Nersess Theological Review
The St. Nersess Theological Review (SNTR) is published semi-annually by St. Nersess Armenian Seminary. The SNTR considers articles, short notes, review articles and book reviews in all fields related to Christianity in the Armenian Church; e.g. theology, liturgy, philosophy, ethics, biblical studies, canon law, church history, ecumenics, literature, fine arts, archaeology, and interdisciplinary studies, as well as translations of Armenian patristic texts.
Articles submitted should be addressed to: SNTR, St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, 150 Stratton Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804. Books to be considered for review should be addressed to the same.
Ideas and opinions expressed in articles and reviews appearing in the SNTR are those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Armenian Church, the editors of SNTR, the SNTR Editorial Board, St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, or the St. Nersess Armenian Seminary Board of Directors or faculty.
Editor: Abraham Terian
Associate Editor: Dr. Roberta R. Ervine
Book Review Editor: Edward G. Mathews, Jr.
Note to contributors: Manuscripts must be submitted on diskette or CD ROM as a Microsoft Word file, accompanied by two hard copies and a short biography of the author. Manuscripts submitted should be in English, with the exception of editions of texts in classical Armenian, which must be accompanied by an English translation. Armenian citations should be submitted using the St. Nersess font, available on request. Armenian words or short phrases may be presented in Roman transliteration, according to the Huebschmann-Meillet-Benveniste or Library of Congress systems. Materials in other languages should be rendered into English, and a copy of the original text included. Only unpublished subject matter not under consideration for publication elsewhere will be accepted for inclusion in the SNTR. It is the responsibility of the author to obtain permission to publish any material under copyright. All manuscripts submitted for publication will be refereed. Contributors will receive twenty-five offprints of their article. St. Nersess Armenian Seminary retains copyrights of all published material.