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Scriptura Sacra
Scriptura Sacra

Publishing House: Uniwersytet Opolski
Subject(s): Theology and Religion
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 1428-7218
Status: Ceased Publication

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • Issue No. 16
  • Issue No. 17
  • Issue No. 18
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Short Description

A Scientist journal Scriptura Sacra is an annual devoted to biblical studies of a wide searching spectrum. Publications are both from biblicists and biblical theologians. Journal developed in 1997 in Faculty of Theology of University of Opole in third year of its existence. First editor was pr. Prof. Jnusz Maria Czerski and he was the one who had marked the primary character of this magazine. Abp. Alfons Nossol in the preface of the first number wrote that this journal will be presenting the results of researches and biblical studies in the field of Old and New Testament, reviews and biblical bibliographies. Since 2000 editor has abandoned publications of bibliographies and started to position the reports from scholarly meetings devoted to biblical matters. The journal publishes articles, reviews and reports.

Topics of particular articles do not centre around specified subject area, but present the newest scientific achievements of authors. Thus, journal is sympathetic to print various texts, which authors agree to be criticized by reviewers chosen by editor. Editor of the periodical is open for beginning theologians in the field of biblical theology, especially postgraduates gaining their first scientific experiences.

Since 2012 editor of the journal had decided to have a try to graft on polish ground researches from Semitic and Greco-Roman rhetoric. According to that, he encourages to contact each and every interested in publishing their works, in which employ rhetoric ways of study.