Horizons in Religious Education

The Religious Education Association series Horizons in Religious Education is published in cooperation with Wipf and Stock Publishers. This series publishes manuscripts defining key directions in the field of religious education. We invite submissions for review by the editorial board for the series.

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The first volume God Beyond Borders: Interreligious Learning Among Faith Communities written by Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook was published in the spring of 2014.

The second volume, Open Minds, Devoted Hearts: Portraits of Adult Religious Educators written by Sarah Tauber was published in the spring of 2015.

The third volume, The Grace of Playing written by Courtney Goto was published in the spring of 2016.

Inclusion in the series is competitive, with preference given to newer scholars.  The commitments of the REA to interfaith, intercultural and international conversation about the field will be important in the selection of manuscripts for publication.


  • Submit a completed manuscript to Jack L. Seymour, Horizons series co-editor, at Jack.Seymour@Garrett.edu.
  • Manuscripts should be approximately 200-250 typed double spaced pages.
  • Authors should be members of the Religious Education Association, www.religiouseducation.net.

Horizons in Religious Education review committee consists of the following members:

Jack L. Seymour, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, co-chair
Dean G. Blevins, Nazarene Theological Seminary, co-chair
Elizabeth Caldwell, McCormick Theological Seminary, co-chairDori
Grinenko Baker, The Fund for Theological Education
Sondra H. Matthaei, Saint Paul School of Theology
Siebren Miedema, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Hosffman Ospino, Boston College
Mai-Anh Le Tran, Eden Theological Seiminary
Anne Streaty Wimberly, Interdenominational Theological Seminary




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