The flagship journal of the Society of Biblical Literature, The Journal of Biblical Literature promotes critical and academic biblical scholarship and brings the highest level of scholarly expertise to bear on the study of biblical literature. The Logos edition of The Journal of Biblical Literature gives you access to nearly 20,000 pages of articles, reviews, and news published between 1981 and 2006, written by top scholars from the past two decades of biblical scholarship.
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The Society of Biblical Literature is the oldest and largest international scholarly membership organization in the field of biblical studies. Founded in 1880, the Society has grown to over 8,500 international members including teachers, students, religious leaders and individuals from all walks of life who share a mutual interest in the critical investigation of the Bible. The Society aspires to offer opportunities for intellectual growth and professional development.
The eight founders of The Society of Biblical Literature first met to discuss their new society in Philip Schaff's study in New York City in January of 1880. In June the group had their first Annual Meeting with eighteen people in attendance. By the end of the year, membership had grown to forty-five and publication of the Journal of Biblical Literature was launched the following year.