An Orthodox Journal of Cross-Cultural Theology, Dialogue and Mission


The world of the 3rd Millennium is becoming ever smaller; the “ends of the world” are no longer remote. All peoples are our “neighbours,” both in a theological, sociological and ecological sense. The triune God, the God of our fathers, our God of infinite love, is still working through the Holy Spirit for the salvation and liberation of the whole creation. We humans and in particular people of faith are labourers in the vineyard of our Lord. 

International Conference "Salt of the Earth":

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Active: Thursday 3 November  2022, 10:00=18:00

Inaugural Issue Nr 1

For Authors

Salt is a biannual peer reviewed journal. Articles meeting the interests and the research areas as outlined in our Vision Statement may be submitted at any time.

Open call and deadline for submissions for issue Nr 2:

February 2023!

Christine Mangala Frost: Memory eternal!

By Razvan Porumb and Elizabeth Theokritoff Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, Cambridge The Orthodox community in Cambridge – particularly the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS),

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Mission in a Wounded World

Orthodox mission scholars and practitioners meet during the International Association for Mission Studies’ conference in Sydney, Australia, July 7 th – 11 th , 2022

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Starting Points

SEASONED WITH SALT: BLOG 2 by Karen Hetherington I’ve recently been setting up a study space at my home down in the depths of the

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Our only sponsors are ordinary people interested in theological openness, willing to promote scholarly research in the above-mentioned fields and to enable the Orthodox Church to meet the needs of today’s world in a multi-cultural and multi-faith environment.

The journal aims to allow wisdom gained from grassroots experience as well as scholarly research and reflection to shape our Church’s understanding and praxis of mission and dialogue.