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Brill adds ‘Philosophia Reformata - International Philosophical Journal of Christianity, Science, and Society’ to Journal Program

Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA) / Singapore (SG) – 6 July 2015

As of 2015, Brill is set to publish Philosophia Reformata, International Philosophical Journal of Christianity, Science, and Society, the journal of the Association of Reformational Philosophy (ARP).

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, adds the renowned peer-reviewed journal Philosophia Reformata to its growing portfolio of journals on Theology, Philosophy and World Christianity. Philosophia Reformata is an international journal on philosophy of religion with a focus on the Christian tradition. It is of interest to philosophers of religion, theologians, and philosophers of science.

Mirjam Elbers, Brill’s Acquisitions Editor for Theology: “Philosophia Reformata was founded 80 years ago, and has been published many years by the Association of Reformational Philosophy. We are excited that it now comes to us, further strengthening our unique and growing collection of journals on Theology and Philosophy.”

Professor Gerrit Glas, editor of Philosophia Reformata, says: “We are proud that the journal will be published by Brill, a publishing house with such a rich history and a strong international focus. Since its inception in 1936, Philosophia Reformata focuses on philosophical themes as well as themes from the sciences and the humanities in relation to Christianity.”

Hillie van de Streek, director of the Association for Reformational Philosophy: “We highly appreciate the cooperation with Brill, to strengthen our position in the field and our international focus. We look forward further serving international scholarship in this particular field.”

For more information on sales and where to order, please contact [email protected] (customers outside the Americas), [email protected] (customers in the Americas), or visit Brill’s website Members of the Association for Reformational Philosophy receive an individual electronic only subscription to Philosophia Reformata. For more information please visit

About Brill
Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in 20 main subject areas, including Middle East and Islamic Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, History, Biblical and Religious Studies, Language & Linguistics, Biology, and International Law. With offices in Leiden and Boston and a representative office in Singapore, Brill today publishes 230 journals and around 1000 new books and reference works each year, available in both print and electronic form. Brill also markets a large number of primary source research collections and databases. The company’s key customers are academic and research institutions, libraries, and scholars. Brill is a publicly traded company and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam NV. For more information, visit

About ARP
The Association of Reformational Philosophy (ARP) has its roots in the 16th century Reformation and its direct origin in the 19th neo-Calvinist revival (in which Abraham Kuyper was a pivotal figure). One of the goals of the ARP is ‘to contribute to the deepening of philosophical insight in created reality, and to make these insights fruitful for academic studies and for society’. Key founding fathers of the movement were the Dutch philosophers Herman Dooyeweerd and Dirk Vollenhoven. Since its foundation in 1935, the movement has grown, and is today globally engaged in academic dialogue between Christianity and the contemporary world, and its animating intellectual, political and economic ideas and leaders. It does so in the expectation that Christianity has important and timely insights to offer.
Currently, the ARP has over 400 members worldwide who benefit from our publications, among which Philosophia Reformata in particular, and meet each other for face-to-face discussion, to participate in our study-conferences or link up digitally. Further information is available at:

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