Examine issues in theology, biblical studies, ministry, and church history with distinguished scholars and practitioners from around the world with the Master Journal Bundle 2.1. Featuring journals that zoom in on a specific topic in each installment or volume, as well as eclectic journals that provide commentary and insight on a variety of topics, this bundle adds massive breadth to your library. Draw on a wealth of ecclesiastical experience and theological reflection and inform your passion for the church while you deepen your understanding of theology, history, and Scripture. The Master Journal Bundle 2.1 features over 250 new volumes.
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Presents cutting-edge scholarship
Covers a vast range of topics related to theological inquiry
Provides journals dedicated both to the life of the church and the academy
Includes more than 2,000 volumes
Title: Master Journal Bundle 2.1
Journals: 66 (plus Religious and Theological Abstracts)
Why is this bundle currently unavailable for purchase? It was to ship on July 1. I was waiting to order after the shipping date, now I cannot. When will it become available? Or are the Journal Bundles going to change again?
I have most of these from the Theological Journal Library. The ones added are not worth an additional $625. But I do not want to complain about that. I want to address something else concerning these journals. In college, in order to do proper research, one has to look at both sides of the argument, and mostly from their point of view. There is very little, if any critical scholarship in this bundle other than Semeia and Harvard in its early days (I'm not even sure they went liberal at this point). The best you could do was up to 1928 for Harvard? What about new journals they publish? What about Princeton, Harvard, Yale, BYU, Baylor, etc.? Talk about getting the up to date issues such as "The Transgender Debate," "Marriage of Homosexuals, the Church and the First Amendment to the Constitution," "Justifiable War," or "The Christian and the Second Amendment." If you really want students to be able to do all their research through Logos and be a scholarly work, then it behooves Logos to incorporate them into their options. Just be sure to have a "Critical Scholarship Bundle" so people will know what journals are from liberal, critical scholars, and which ones are conservative. You have Baptist bundles, why not critical bundles? Perhaps then it would be worth the money because we could see both sides of the argument, and not have to take a scholars word for it. We can see and read it for ourselves, and use Logos to truly do scholarly work. After all, that is the goal of Logos, correct?