Journals & Magazines

Below is a list of journals and magazines that center on biblical studies, Christian living, and Church history.  Thanks to the internet, many such journals and magazines are readily available to the eager learner.  In this list you will find both hard copy and electronic journals. [Note: I do not necessarily subscribe to every viewpoint in these resources.]

Founders Journal 
A quarterly journal of articles (historical and theological), book reviews, and commentary.  This journal is a branch of Founders Ministries.

Foundations
An international journal of Evangelical theology published twice a year by Affinity.  Its aim is to cover contemporary theological issues by articles and reviews, taking in exegesis, biblical theology, church history and apologetics, and to indicate their relevance to pastoral ministry.

Journal of Baptist Studies, The
At the heart of BSO (Baptist Studies Online) is The Journal of Baptist Studies (JBS). JBS is an electronic, peer- reviewed journal dedicated to the study of Baptist history and thought. The journal is produced under the editorial oversight of a Board of Editors representing numerous Baptist denominations and both religious and secular institutions. JBS does not advocate a particular theological or denominational agenda, but rather reflects the scholarship of individuals who identify with a number of positions and affiliations. The editor of JBS is Keith Harper, professor of Church History at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Reformed Baptist Theological Review
This review (or journal) consists of theological and historical articles, as well as critical (thoughtful, in-depth) book reviews from a distinctly Reformed Baptist perspective.  This is a hard copy journal.

9 Marks Journal
A branch of 9 Marks Ministries (based on Mark Dever’s book 9 Marks of A Healthy Church), consisting of theological articles and book reviews.  This journal provides exceptional material on the life of the local church.

Tabletalk
This is the magazine of R.C. Sproul’s teaching ministry, Ligonier.  Over the years, Tabletalk has been recognized for its excellence through several awards. Today, people all over the world read Tabletalk on a daily basis. The magazine is regularly found in seminary libraries and churches throughout the country.

Credo (The Magazine)
Credo magazine is self-consciously Evangelical, Reformational, and Baptistic: Evangelical since it aims at being supremely Gospel-centered, exalting in the substitutionary death and historical resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ; Reformational as the gospel it promotes is defined by the solas of the Reformation; and while Credo magazine welcomes contributors from diverse ecclesial backgrounds, it seeks to especially celebrate those doctrines that mark the Baptist tradition.

Themelios (by The Gospel Coalition)
Themelios is 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. It was formerly a print journal operated by RTSF/UCCF in the UK, and it became a digital journal operated by The Gospel Coalition in 2008. The editorial team draws participants from across the globe as editors, essayists, and reviewers.

Reformation 21
Reformation 21 is an online magazine (ezine) created to serve, edify, and educate Christians by presenting an authoritative reformed perspective, while embracing various denominational positions, on a variety of relevant historic matters, current issues, and thoughtful positions that inform, inspire, and challenge Christians to think and grow biblically. It is a ministry of The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (http://www.alliancenet.org/), an organization established in order to call the church to a reformation that recovers clarity and conviction about the great evangelical truths of the gospel and to encourage their proclamation in our contemporary context.

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