The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association (JEPTA) is a peer-reviewed international journal with a history stretching back to 1981 when it began as the EPTA Bulletin. Despite its European origins, JEPTA has interests in Pentecostalism world-wide. It aims to promote and report research and scholarship in Pentecostal and Charismatic studies, especially in relation to five fields of study:

  1. Theology
  2. Pentecostal / charismatic education
  3. Pentecostal history
  4. Charismatic history
  5. Missiology

The journal welcomes interdisciplinary debate and dialogue. Many papers given each year at EPTA’s conferences go on to be published in JEPTA.

The present editor of JEPTA is Prof William Kay (UK) and the assistant editor is Dr Matthias Wenk (Switzerland). The book reviews editor is Dr Anne Dyer (UK). A further 17 people serve on the editorial board.

The journal is published by the Taylor and Francis Group, and is available for subscription either online or on paper. EPTA membership includes subscription to JEPTA within its cost, but should you wish to subscribe to the journal without joining EPTA, you can do so here.

For instructions on how to submit an article for possible publication, follow this link.