About TS

Theological Studies is a quarterly journal of theology, published under the auspices of the Jesuits in the USA. It has been in continous publication since 1940.


Mission Statement

Founded and sponsored by the Society of Jesus in the United States of America, Theological Studies is a Catholic scholarly journal that serves the Church and its mission by promoting a deeper understanding of the Christian faith through the publication of research in theological disciples. Through refereed articles and reviews of noteworthy books, the journal aims to recover and to help make accessible the riches of the theological tradition, and to present significant developments in current theology. It is published quarterly in English for an international readership.

Located at Marquette University, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, TS is under the general editorship of David G. Schultenover, SJ, in concert with its editorial consultants. Its book review editor is R. Daniel Kendall, S.J., of the University of San Francisco.

About the site

The TS web site is also located at Marquette University, in Milwaukee, WI, USA. It exists in order to make information available to:

Writers For contributors we have both on-line and downloadable documents describing our style and spelling expectations, along with an information sheet we ask authors to include with their submissions.
Readers For some years now we have been making available to visitors PDF files of articles published from our first issue up to issues published five years ago. These files are made freely available to our visitors, though we are happy to receive donations from those who download our PDFs.
Subscribers Subscribers and potential subscribers can get mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers for contacting our subscription service. Please note that this web site does not process subscriptions to TS.
Businesses Interested in advertising your Press's books or other academic events to a market interested in, an capably of buying, your product? Advertising in TS may be your answer...


In addition, we post David Schultenover's latest editorial for the upcoming issue of TS on the site as soon as it is ready, and keep an archive of previous editorials.


We are aware that our visitors wonder whether information about their visits is being tracked by the web site. In order to disclose fully our site's activity, and to allay concerns our visitors may have, we offer the following information:

  • The TS site does not use "cookies" at all—cookies are data files that a web site places on a visitor's computer that contain settings and information about the visitor's previous visit(s). Cookies contain innocuous chunks of data that cannot be run on the visitor's computer (hence they do not pose a virus risk to the visitor). Nonetheless, visitors tend to prefer anonymity when they visit a site, and we honor that wish.

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