The journal focuses on the issue of understanding and application of the hadith and hadith sciences in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The El-Nubuwwah specializes in consist of hadith and hadith sciences studies, with various the perspective of law, philosophy, history, art, theology, sociology, anthropology, political science, and others.

The contents of both articles and research reports of the journal range from established and applied interpretations and ways of implementing hadith and hadith sciences in Southeast Asian society, and local culture, to various approaches to hadith studies such as living hadith, hadith in the Disrupted Era, hadith and media, Hadith and Qur’anic Studies, Hadith and `Ulum al-Hadith, Hadith & Philosophy Studies, Hadith and Islamic Thought Studies, Hadith and Sufism Studies, Hadith & Sirah Nabawiyyah Studies (Ushuluddin Perspective), Hadith and Da'wah Studies, Hadith and Communication Studies and the like. This journal warmly welcomes contributions from scholars with related disciplines. Novelty and recency of issues, however, are the priority in publishing.