Change of Publishers – Action Required

With effect from 1st May 2020 AlphaGraphics have decided to cease publication of the Paternoster Journals. 

To arrange a refund of any monies owed please contact us - Phone on (0044) (0)1642 525 100 or email

We are pleased to inform you that the journals are continuing to be published and below you will find contact details of the new publishers.  

We hope that you continue to subscribe to the journals going forward.

The Evangelical Review of Theology is becoming a free online journal as of August 2020!

To subscribe, send an e-mail to ERT editor Bruce Barron at with your name, e-mail address, country, and (optional) institution.

Hard-copy subscriptions will still be available at a modest rate. Article submissions and queries are always welcome. Contact Bruce with any requests (including back issues), submissions, or ideas.

The European Journal of Theology is continuing to be published by Amsterdam University Press.

If you want to continue to receive EJT, please contact Amsterdam University Press to subscribe with them at

You can also contact the editorial board at, who will then pass your personal data to Amsterdam University Press.

EJT and FEET now operate a new homepage:

Science and Christian Belief will be managed by a new company, final arrangements have not been confirmed yet.  

Please contact Keith Fox ( for urgent enquiries

Evangelical Quarterly will be managed by a new company, final arrangements have not been confirmed yet.  

Please check back on this site on a regular basis for new contact details.

About Us

The object of FEET is the advancement of the Christian Religion in Europe through the promotion and encouragement of the study of Evangelical Christian Theology in a spirit of loyalty to the Bible with a view to serving the renewal of theological thinking, strengthening the work of the Churches, and promoting the task of theological research and education in Europe.

Featured Author

Dr Klaus Vibe is assistant professor in New Testament at Fjellhaug International University College, Aarhus, Denmark. His article on Paul and Greek paideia is published in the October 2019 issue of the European Journal of Theology...

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