Az Út

Quarterly theological journal (ISSN: 2069-0991).

Founded by: Ravasz László
Editor-in-Chief: Kozma Zsolt

The theological periodical Az Út (The Way) was founded by László Ravasz (1915) and edited later by the Reformed theologians Lajos Imre, Sándor Makkai and Sándor Tavaszy. It survived the two world wars, being restarted by Zsolt Kozma (2001) with the aim of providing additional support for Calvinist ministers and teachers, issuing articles within the fields of systematic theology, especially dogmatics and ethics, religious philosophy, religious and church history, and publishing numerous short notes in practical theology. During all those years the journal has become a well-esteemed forum for theological studies, never abandoning its primary vocation of being a voice calling for open-ended reformation within the church and the associated communities.

2006

volume 32
issue nr. 4
pp. 168-226
volume 32
issue nr. 3
pp. 112-166
volume 32
issue nr. 2
pp. 56-110
volume 32
issue nr. 1
pp. 1-54

2005

volume 31
issue nr. 4
pp. 168-216
volume 31
issue nr. 3
pp. 113-166
volume 31
issue nr. 1
pp. 1-52

2004

volume 30
issue nr. 4
pp. 164-214
volume 30
issue nr. 3
pp. 112-163
volume 30
issue nr. 2
pp. 57-110
volume 30
issue nr. 1
pp. 1-54

2002

volume 28
issue nr. 4
pp. 169-218
volume 28
issue nr. 3
pp. 112-166
volume 28
issue nr. 2
pp. 51-110
volume 28
issue nr. 1
pp. 1-50

2001

volume 27
issue nr. 4
pp. 169-228
volume 27
issue nr. 3
pp. 117-168
volume 27
issue nr. 2
pp. 59-112

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