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St. Nersess Theological Review
DisciplineArmenian studies
LanguageEnglish (abstracts)
Edited by
  • Abraham Terian
  • Roberta R. Ervine
Publication details
History1996 – Present
FrequencyAnnually (varying frequency)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4St. Nersess Theol. Rev.

The St. Nersess Theological Review (abbreviated as SNTR) is an Armenological publication established in 1996 by St. Nersess Armenian Seminary and published both semi-annually and annually over its history.[1] It is the only English language journal dedicated to the study of Armenian Christianity, which is part of the Oriental Orthodoxy tradition.[2]

The founding editor was Abraham Terian who ran the journal from 1996 to 2007.[3] Volume 13 was edited by Roberta R. Ervine when it was published in 2008. After that year, the journal went on an extended hiatus and did not resume publishing until 2023.[4][5]

SNTR publishes articles about Christianity in the Armenian Apostolic Church; e.g. theology, liturgy, philosophy, ethics, biblical studies, canon law, church history, ecumenics, literature, fine arts, archaeology, and interdisciplinary studies, as well as translations of Armenian patristic texts. It also publishes short notes, review articles and book reviews in all fields related to the Armenian Church.

Like the associated seminary, the journal takes its namesake from St. Nersess, also known as Nerses IV the Gracious.[6]


  1. ^ National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR): St. Nersess Theological Review
  2. ^ Schmitz, Olivia (2022-11-15). "What's #NextUP with our Journals!". Catholic University of America Press. Retrieved 2023-01-13.
  3. ^ "St. Nersess Theological Review – St Nersess Armenian Seminary". Retrieved 2023-01-13.
  4. ^ "St. Nersess Theological Review Resumes Publication – St Nersess Armenian Seminary". Retrieved 2023-01-13.
  5. ^ "St. Nersess Theological Review – St Nersess Armenian Seminary". Retrieved 2023-11-06.
  6. ^ "Our History – St Nersess Armenian Seminary". Retrieved 2023-01-13.

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