Publishing academic work since 1897, Baylor University Press features books with a moral arc, books possessed by a decisive public vocation. Baylor University Press seeks and celebrates scholarship across the disciplines of religious and cultural studies, in particular, and across the humanities at large. In an age burdened by a deluge of information, they partner with researchers, teachers, and students to cultivate and curate wisdom.
A member of the Association of American University Presses, Baylor University Press publishes several types of books on a variety of topics including biblical studies, cultural studies, history, political science, rhetoric studies, theology, and more. Among its published series are the Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament Series (6 vols.) and the Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible Series (4 vols.).