About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Over many a decade the Dutch Reformed Theological Journal (1959-2014) – now supplanted by the Stellenbosch Theological Journal (STJ) – has provided a platform for robust academic discourse in which Southern African and international scholars have partaken. To ensure that this rich legacy continues to bear fruit the NGTT archives are now made available on our new website.

Die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif (1959-2014) – voortaan bekend as die Stellenbosch Teologiese Joernaal (STJ) – was vir vele dekades ’n tuiste waar teoloë in Suider Afrika (maar ook vanuit die buiteland) in ’n lewende akademiese diskoers kon deelneem. Om hierdie ryke nalatenskap te laat voortleef sal NGTT argiewe op ons nuwe webtuiste gratis beskikbaar gestel word.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Christelike Lektuurfonds (CLF) and the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif (NGTT), grants you the necessary permission to deposit scholarly articles authored or co-authored by your University researchers  and published in NGTT in your University repository, provided that the link to the original publication at http://ngtt.journals.ac.za and the doi number are also included as part of the metadata. Please also acknowledge the publisher (NGTT and CLF) and indicate that the original version of the article can be downloaded from http://ngtt.journals.ac.za. For statistical purposes, researchers downloading the article from your repository must cite the original publication available at: http://ngtt.journals.ac.za. When archiving the relevant article as part of your repository, please use the final publishers version as it appears at http://ngtt.journals.ac.za, and keep the layout and branding intact.

Sources of Support

  • Pieter de Waal Neetlhling Trust
  • Christelike Lektuurfonds