The Association’s journal, Rural Theology, is free to all members, and is now published twice a year and studies relevant issues in depth. All issues are available online to members, via the Taylor and Francis Website. If you wish to receive it, or to view back copies on line, please join the Rural Theology Association – instructions are here.
The Editor of Rural Theology is the Revd Dr Tania ap Siôn. The Senior Editor is the Revd Canon Professor Leslie J Francis.
The editorial team can be contacted via: Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research (CEDAR), The University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. Articles may be submitted for peer review to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent / forthcoming journal articles
Recent / forthcoming journal articles include:
Impact of Covid-19 on Fragile Churches: Is the Rural Situation Really Different? by Leslie J. Francis, Andrew Village and S. Anne Lawson
Faith in Lockdown: Experiences of Rural Church of England Clergy and Laityduring the Covid-19 Pandemic by Andrew Village and Leslie J. Francis
The Power of Place: Listening to Visitors’ Prayers Left in a Shrine in Rural Wales by Tania ap Sion
What Prevents Christians from Learning to Be Good? by Jeff Astley
Theological Diversity in Rural Churches by John Holdsworth
Comparing Religious Beliefs and Strategies in Rural Ministry among Catholic and Evangelical Anglican Clergy by Christopher J. F. Rutledge