Theme: Race, Gender, Class, Environment, and Education



The issues highlighted above are only a few of the many important challenges related to religion and education. This international conference is dedicated to addressing a variety of issues related to new developments in religions and education. Scholars, researchers, activists and practitioners are warmly invited to take part in discussions of the following and other related themes.

The International Conference on Religion and Education on 11-12 August 2021 about A Global Challenge on Race, Gender, Class, Environment, and Education.

It will do as Online Seminar in Indonesia. The sub topic about:

1. Faith, advocacy and inclusive citizenship

2. Faith, freedom for assembly, religious freedom, and interreligious dialogue

3. Faith (and religious) education

4. Faith and other issues (race, gender, class, violence, spirituality, environment, traditional arts, development, ecotourism, etc.)


The objectives of this conference include:

 To engage scholarly discussion on new developments about religions

1. To disseminate updated research of participating institutions. Knowledge production on this subject and its dissemination are crucially significant for mutual understanding amongst parties working on any related issues to indigenous religions;

2. To build networks among relevant agencies/institutions for effective advocacy, knowledge-sharing, and problem-solving for issues of indigenous religions

3. To stimulate research for increasing greater knowledge about indigenous religions.


Outputs of this conference will support objectives through conference proceedings, journal articles and network-building.



We are inviting scholars, researchers, activists, and practitioners of the field to participate in the conference. The timeline is as follows:

Date of paper submission: July 20, 2021



Submission of your abstract (250-300 words), paper, and more inquiries about this conference are sent to: or online

Date of the conference: August 11-12, 2021

Venue: Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah

                Matana University Tower, Jalan CBD Barat Raya Kav.1, Kelapa Dua, Tangerang

                Banten, Indonesia

Registration of Participants by Online:



The organizer of the seminar is Moriah Semitic Studies and Research Center (MSSR) and The Indonesia Christian Theologians Association (ICTA). The host is a Moriah Theological  Seminary (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah), Tangerang, Indonesia.

It is expected that this conference will attract significant attentions from scholars, researchers, activists, practitioners, and relevant institutions including government departments. Any proposal for collaboration for this conference will be welcomed and appreciated.



A. Manuscript General Requirement 

  1. Written in English or Germany 
  2. The length of manuscript is 4000-7000 worlds (not included references) 
  3. Prepared your manuscript using TEMPLATE
  4. The manuscript has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor)
  5. The manuscript file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format (dont use another format).
  6. Submit paper HERE

B. Structure of Manuscript

  1. TITLE. The title of paper is max 12 words (english) or 15 words (Bahasa), without Acronym or Abbreviation
  2. AUTHOR INFORMATION. Author information is Author(s) Name, Author(s) Affiliation, Author(s) email. 
  3. ABSTRACT. The length of Abstract is 150-200; No citation; State in the abstract a primary objectiveresearch designmethodologymain outcomes and results, and the conclusions.
  4. SECTION STRUCTURE. Authors are suggested to present their manuscript in the section structure: Introduction - Method Results and Discussion - Conclusion
  5. REFERENCES. Expect a minimum of 15 references primarily with minimum 40% to journal papers. Use Chicago style for your references