About the Journal
Oguaa Journal of Religion and Human Values (OJORHV) is run by the Department of Religion & Human Values, in the Faculty of Arts in the University of Cape Coast. OJORHV subcribes to the COPE rules of peer review. OJORHV aims at contributing to the debate on making the study of religion relevant to the social, economic and political needs of society. The journal gives equal opportunity and space to scholars to present scholarly and insightful research particularly in the areas of Religion and Society with emphasis on
- African Tradition Religion
- Christianity and the Bible
- Issues on human valuess systems.
OJORHV, adopts the footnoting style of citation, using the Kate Turabian style or the 15th Edition of the Chicago Manual. All manuscripts to the journal shall be in the English language. OJORHV is published twice in a year—June & December. It is currently hosted online by Amazon. Every manuscript is initially assessed by the editor and if found suitable, it then goes through peer review for detail assessment. All peer-review is double-blind so authors must consider this when preparing their manuscripts.