Theological journals are a tremendous resource for Biblical studies. However, anyone who has searched for copies of theological journals would know that they are difficult to find, impossible to buy, and even if you are fortunate enough to have a library of journals in print form, they take up lots of shelf space. With the print editions, finding the topic or Bible passage you are interested in is... more
Theological journals bring you cutting-edge biblical scholarship, offering fresh research, insight into key theological topics, and in-depth exegesis of the biblical text. Commentary series are limited by time and space, but theological journals are free to expound upon the text and keep with the times.
Since this scholarship is more specialized, greater attention is given to issues like grammar, cultural and historical background, and new theories in contemporary debates.
Most journals are out of reach, housed in far-off Bible colleges and universities. Logos brings these distant libraries into the comfort of your own home. Check out journals like The Journal of Biblical Literature, Semeia, Theological Journal Library, Themelios, and many more.