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About the Journal

The African Journal of Religious and Theological Studies (AJRTS) is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, reviews, and commentaries on all aspects of religious and theological studies. The journal covers a wide range of topics, including African Traditional Religion, Theology, Biblical studies, Christianity, and Islam among others. The journals also welcome submissions on other research areas such as religious ethics, religious history, religious philosophy, and more.

The AJRTS is committed to publishing high-quality research that advances the understanding of religious and theological studies in Africa. The journal is indexed in major databases. If you are a researcher working in the field of religious and theological studies, the AJRTS is an excellent place to publish your work. The AJRTS is published quarterly in March, June, September and December.


Education Development

Education, Accountability and Transparency: Catalysts for Sustainable Development in Nigerian Society

The paper examined education, accountability and transparency, as catalysts for sustainable development in the Nigerian Society.



Marital Conflicts

Stigmatization and Marital Conflicts Predictors of Depression among Parents of Autistic Children in South-East Nigeria

The study adopted a cross-sectional survey design and the instruments used for data collection included Marital Conflict Behavior Checklist (MCBC), Stigmatization Impact Scale (SIS).