Online Journals

Rob Bradshaw has created a helpful table of contents for the online Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal. In Rob’s own words, “There are some good articles on the interpretation of Genesis and King James Onlyism for those with an interest in those subjects.” There is also a good deal else of interest: check out Rob’s comment here.

Whilst I’m at it, here’s a quick plug for Themelios which is generally underused by students in essay writing. It’s not part of our subscription journals package which is presumably why it’s underused among KEDS students but it is free online and contains numerous outstanding articles. Helpfully, they offer the online version in HTML, PDF and iPaper – visit their website here. The journal describes itself as, “an international evangelical theological journal that expounds and defends the historic Christian faith. Its primary audience is theological students and pastors, though scholars read it as well.”

Andy Cheung
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