Articles sent to the editor of the Journal of Islamic Banking must follow the technical requirements as follows:
1. Articles are conceptual writings or the results of Islamic studies in various scopes of Islamic banking studies.
2. Articles are authentic works and have never been published in other (scientific periodical) journals or anthology books.
3. Articles written in Indonesian or standard English with 1.5 cm space on A4 paper. Writing length is 20-25 pages. Articles must be submitted no later than two months before the journal is published.
4. Include abstracts in Indonesian and English with a maximum of 200 words; in each abstract followed by keywords.
5. The name of the author of the article (without an academic degree, position, or rank) is stated along with the correspondence address, e-mail address, and/or office telephone or cell phone number.
6. Reference in articles using footnotes models with regard to the specificity of the references referenced, such as books, translation books, volume/volume books, anthology books, articles in anthologies, articles in journals, articles in encyclopedias, articles on websites (internet), articles in the mass media (magazines or newspapers), theses, theses, dissertations, and holy books. As an example:
A. Books — Jamal al-Bannâ, Naḥw Fiqh Jadîd: Munṭaliqât wa Mafâhîm (Cairo: Dar al-Fikr al-Islâmî, 1999), 23.
B. Translation Books - Chalmers, A. F., What is Science? An Assessment of the Character and Status of Knowledge and its Methods, trans. Editor of Hasta Mitra (Jakarta: Hasta Mitra, 1983), 26.
C. The volume-bound book — Nadîm Marghalî and Usâmah Marghalî, al-Murshid ilâ Kanz al-‘Ummâl fî Sunan al-Aqwāl wa al-Af‘âl, Vol. 1, 24th îadîth (Beirut: Muassasah al-Risâlah, Cet. 3rd, 1989), 121.
D. Articles in the Book - Sarjuni, "Paul Karl Feyerabend's Epistemological Anarchism", in Listiyono Santoso et al, Left Epistemology (Yogyakarta: ar-Ruzz, 2003), 155.
E. Article in the Encyclopedia — Samsu Rizal Panggabean, "Dîn, Dunyâ, and Dawlah" in Thematic Encyclopedia of the Islamic World, Vol. 6 (Jakarta: PT Ichtiar Baru van Hoeve, t.th.), 50.
F. Articles in the Journal — Abd al-Amir Zâhid, “al-Khiṭâb al-lmAlmânî al-rArabî al-Mu‘ir”: Târîkhîyatuh wa Bunyatuh al-Mawḍû‘îyah ”in al-Minhaj, Vol. 27 (Cairo: Muassasah al-Ahram, 2002), 14.
G. Articles in Mass Media — Muhammad AS Hikam, "NU and the Civil Society Movement in Indonesia", Suara Pembaruan, August 3, 1994, 1.
H. Articles on the Internet — Hâshim Ṣâliḥ, "Jamâl al-Bannâ bayn al-Ili al-Dinin wa al-Tanwir" in www.assyarqalawsat.com/24-Mei-2004/accessed 20-June-2008.
I. Thesis, Thesis, and Dissertation - Thoha Hamim, "Moenawar Chalil's Reformist Thought: A Study of an Indonesian Religious Scholar (1908-1961) (Dissertation - McGill University, 1996), 81.
J. Scripture: al-Qur'an and the Gospel — QS. al-Fatima : 4; The New Testament, John 20: 31.
7. Article Writing in this Theosophical Journal uses the Arabic-Indonesian transliteration guidelines as in the guidebook established by the Study Program for the Philosophy of Religion of the Faculty of Usuluddin and the Philosophy of Sunan Ampel State Islamic University in Surabaya as follows. that is; ب, (') ا (b), ت (t), ث (th), ج (j), ح (ḥ), خ (kh), د (d), ذ (dh), ر (r), ز (z), س (s), ش (sh), ص (ṣ), ض (ḍ), ط (ṭ), ظ (ẓ), ع ('), غ (gh), ف (f), ق (q), ك (k), ل (l), م (m), ن (n), و (w), _ (h), ء ('), ى (y). To show a long life sound (madd) by writing scribbles on the letters â, î, and û. The Arabic sound of double life (dipthong) is transliterated by combining the two letters ay and aw, such as layyinah, lawwâmah. Words that end in tâ 'marbûṭah and function as ṣifah (modifiers) or muḍâf ilayh are transliterated with ah, such as akhlâq karîmah, faḍâ'il al-zakâh, while those that function as muḍâf are transliterated with at, such as jannat al-na‘îm.