Make Your Article Accepted
There are only two primary keys: (1) follow the AUTHOR'S GUIDELINES and (2) write your article using the TEMPLATE provided on the Visio Dei website. Authors who ignore these two things often have their articles rejected early in the editorial process..
Before submitting your article to Visio Dei, there are several important things to keep in mind:
First, it's important to determine whether it is a research article or a conceptual article. Research articles are based on recognized scientific research methods and contain the elements of AIMRaD+C: Abstract, Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion. On the other hand, conceptual articles only include abstracts, main ideas, and conclusions. To ensure that your article meets the requirements of a research article, make sure it is based on research work and follows recognized research methods.
Second, ensure that your topic aligns with at least one of the journal's focus areas, which include ecclesiology, tribal religion and local wisdom, contextual theology, entrepreneurship theology, feminist theology, children's theology, and Christian education.
Third, make sure that your article has not been previously published in any media, including your own. This is in line with Visio Dei's Publication Ethics.
Fourth, use clear and correct Indonesian to ensure that readers can easily follow your thoughts. Check for typos and ask others for feedback.
Fifth, comply with the provisions for citations and references, which include using publications from the last ten years, using APA style, and using Mendeley. Indirect quotations should include the author's last name and year of publication, while direct quotations should include the author's last name, year of publication, and page number.
Finally, try to avoid using direct quotes as much as possible, as this can increase the percentage of similarity between your article and other writings.