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- Feature articles form the core and primary substance
of each issue. They allow the author to expand upon a significant subject in greater depth
and with more detail.
- Subject matter might include:
--Interpretation of a particular Biblical passage,
including sermons and scholarly exegetical studies
--Issues of current interest about the Armenian church
around the world as relevant to the AEUNA
--Issues in current American society and their effect on
the Armenian Evangelical church
--Interviews of prominent and/or interesting individuals
--Practical issues in the planning of church life (e.g.,
fundraising, music, demographics, homiletics, counseling, etc.)
- Features are typically intended to occupy roughly 1 to 2
pages of type, or approximately 1,000 to 2,000 words. A maximum of 3,000 words is the
- In relation to other Forum articles, features may be
(but need not be) more scholarly and erudite in subject matter and appropriate vocabulary.
- To enhance readability, authors are requested to divide the
text using subheads. If not, such headings will be inserted by the editor.
- Use of endnotes and footnotes is acceptable and encouraged.
Endnotes should be used for providing reference information (e.g., citations of works
quoted), while footnotes should be used for explanatory material that does not directly
belong in the body of the article. Additional information may include bibliographic
references, web site references, addresses and/or phone numbers for contacting
- Particularly when discussing the text of the Bible, use of
foreign language words (such as Greek or Hebrew) is acceptable. However, given the general
nature of our readership, words in Greek and Hebrew should be transliterated into English.
No particular system of transliteration is required, but please be consistent and opt for
phonetic clarity over scholastic accuracy.
- Provide a title for the article. For instance, the format
"Title: Subtitle" works very well for such articles. (E.g., "Gregorian
Chant: A Musical Link to the Historical Church".)
- Please also provide a brief (1-2 sentence) description of
the author, such as educational degrees, current position, past involvement with the
subject at hand, etc. This qualifies the authors views.
- Photographs or other graphics are welcomed to stimulate
reader interest and provide graphic relief. For example:
--Photos of the interviewee, preferably during the
--Architectural or cultural landmarks being commented upon
--Maps or diagrams
- Graphics should be provided in hardcopy clean originals, or
as electronic files in any standard graphic format (WMF, JPG, TIF, etc.). A small portrait
(e.g., passport photo) of the author would be highly desirable.
- Email submissions are preferred; articles may be sent in the
following formats in order of preferability: (a) Word97 file; (b) RTF file; (c) plain text
file, which may also be inserted directly into the body of the email. Send to:
- If email submission is not possible, clearly typed or
legibly written copy may be mailed to:
Chair and Forum Editor-in-Chief
1495 Riviera Dr.
Pasadena, CA 91107
- Submission of an article does not guarantee publication. All
submitted articles are subject to editorial review and correction. Unless specifically
requested by the author, the editorial changes will not be sent back to the author for
- Unless other arrangements are explicitly made prior to
publication, the author of any article submitted for consideration consents to the
publication of the article and waives any rights under U. S. copyright law arising from
the publication of the article against the AEUNA or its agents.
- If the article has already been submitted elsewhere for
publication, please notify the editor at the time of submission.
- Deadlines for submission for each issue are as follows:
- February 10th
- August 10th