VISIO DEI: JURNAL TEOLOGI KRISTEN (VD) is a scientific journal in Christian theology published and managed by Star's Lub Luwuk Banggai Theological College. VD publishes research (original) articles and emphasizes its novelty and benefits for Christian theology development. Conceptual articles (reviews) can be published at the invitation of the Editor.
The first edition was published in July 2019.
Focus and scope: Biblical Studies, Ecclesiology, Tribal Religion, Local Wisdom, Contextual Theology, Theology of Entrepreneurship, Feminist Theology, Child Theology, Christian Education.
Frequency. VD is published twice a year for one volume with two issues: June and December.
ISSN. VD already has ISSN (International Standard of Serial Number), both print and online versions. Print: 2685-3795; Online: 2541-5336
Open access, License, and Copyright. VD's articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. Users are free to copy, modify, or redistribute articles for any lawful purpose in any media, provided they give appropriate credit to the original author and Visio Dei: Jurnal Teologi Kristen as the publisher, links to the license, indicate if changes have been made, and redistribute any derivative works under the same license.
Article copyright is held by the respective author (s) without limitation. A non-exclusive license is granted to Visio Dei: Jurnal Teologi Kristen to publish articles and identify as the original publisher, including commercial rights to sell them to libraries and individuals.
Review process. Quality Reviewers will review all articles with a double-blinded system. The authors do not know who reviews their writings, and the reviewer does not know the author of the paper they studied. One article will be reviewed by a minimum of two reviewers following their expertise.
Screening for plagiarism. The Editor will check each article for similarity to other writings using a premium application, Turnitin. Similarity tolerance is 20%. Articles with similarities of up to 40% will be returned to the authors for revision, while articles above 40% are automatically rejected.