Examine the most pressing issues in biblical studies and interpretation with one of evangelicalism’s preeminent periodicals, the Bulletin for Biblical Research. Established by the Institute for Biblical Research in 1991 as an annual journal, it became a biannual journal in 2000 and a quarterly journal in 2009. Representing thousands of scholars across all evangelical denominations, this journal combines rigorous scholarship with fidelity to Christ and the church. Originally edited by acclaimed scholar Bruce Chilton, the journal is currently edited by distinguished Old Testament expert Richard S. Hess. Contributors include some of today’s most outstanding scholars, including Darrell L. Bock, Gordon D. Fee, John H. Walton, G.K. Beale, Donald Hagner, Michael F. Bird, Eckhard J. Schnabel, Stanley Porter, and John Oswalt.