For over five decades, The Ecumenist, edited by Gregory Baum, published essays and reviews of books engaging the societies, cultures and churches in the North Atlantic hemisphere from an emancipatory perspective rooted in the gospel. Since 2018, The Ecumenist revitalized its name, Critical Theology, along with its editorial board, but the journal continues to produce four issues a year, published by Novalis, and features theological reflection with liberative intent and praxis. The website for the journal, along with back issues of The Ecumenist and Critical Theology, can be found at https://criticaltheology.net/.
If you share this theological orientation or are interested in it, please consider subscribing to Critical Theology or asking the library of your affiliated institution to subscribe. Subscriptions are $16 (Canadian) a year. To subscribe, please go to https://criticaltheology.net/subscribe/.
If you are interested in contributing an article or book review to Critical Theology, if you would like a book reviewed therein, or for further information, please contact Don Schweitzer, McDougald Professor of Theology at St. Andrew’s College, Saskatoon at email@example.com