The Greek Orthodox Theological Review
Established in 1954 by the faculty of Holy Cross, The Greek Orthodox Theological Review (GOTR) has been concerned both with examining themes and with engaging the critical theological issues facing the Church today. It is a journal through which scholarly studies have been shared, new books have been reviewed, and significant documents have been preserved. The content of the Review reflects the rich development of Orthodox theology and theological concerns over the past fifty years.
Manuscripts and communications on editorial matters should be directed to the attention of the Editor, GOTR, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, 50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445, USA.
The GOTR will not consider materials that have been published (except for translations of significant studies from other languages) or that are being considered for publication elsewhere.
All material considered for publication must be submitted in an electronic format accompanied with a hard copy on CD-R, or emailed to GOTR@hchc.edu. Manuscripts and disks will not be returned unless specifically requested.
Books for review should be sent to the Editor
NOTE: Given the wide variety of Greek fonts currently available, authors preparing manuscripts with words, passages, or citations in Greek must use either a Unicode font (such as Gentium) or LaserGreek (from Linguist’s Software) in their manuscripts. Authors will be expected to insure that manuscripts accepted for publication comply with this requirement. Authors whose manuscripts include words, passages, or citations from other non-Roman alphabets should consult with the Editor.