3) Very few colleges are currently in a position to consider either sponsorship or advertising on the sites, but I would be very happy to hear from those who could. I currently have only 3 people who support financially the sites regularly – out of around 1 million visitors per annum. Building a healthy foundation of regular financial support is vital the the Project’s future. I have more than enough material being offered to me for digitisation to go full time. I currently work on the sites in my spare time in addition to my full-time job. For those not in a position to support financially there are a number of other options.
I have created a table of contents for the Reformed Baptist Theological Review here. The journal states its Purpose and Goal as follows:
The purpose of RBTR is to be an instrument for the theological advance of confessional Reformed Baptist pastors, but also for the benefit of believers of different theological commitments. RBTR will seek to present material in a scholarly, yet pastoral manner.
The goal is to present confessional Reformed Baptist doctrine in all the branches of theology, with its practical outworking. With Scripture as the ultimate standard. RBTR will function within the theological framework of the 2nd London Confession of Faith (1677/1689).
The editor, Dr Richard C. Barcellos, has kindly granted permission for me to host three articles on the New Perspective on Paul, which I am sure many will find helpful.
Jeffery Smith, “An Overview and Critique of the New Perspective on Paul’s Doctrine of Justification: Part Two – the New Perspective Critiqued (1),” Reformed Baptist Theological Review 3.2 (July 2006): 118-133.
Jeffery Smith, “An Overview and Critique of the New Perspective on Paul’s Doctrine of Justification: Part Three – The New Perspective Critiqued (2),” Reformed Baptist Theological Review 4.1 (January 2007): 91-119.
Trevor Burke, The Message of Sonship: At Home in God’s Household (Bible Speaks Today). Leicester: IVP, 2011. Pbk. 978-1844745388. pp.248.
Here is the publisher’s description: