The Westminster Theological Journal (WTJ)—published semi-annually—is one of America’s premier conservative theological journals, specializing in all aspects of theology, church history, and biblical interpretation. The journal’s inaugural issue appeared in 1938, making it one of America’s oldest continuously running theological journals. The journal exists to serve the ministers and members of Presbyterian and Reformed churches and to grow Reformed theological scholarship. Each issue includes a number of scholarly articles and book reviews by seminary faculty, noted scholars, and graduate students.
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