Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology Vol 20 (2021)

The 2021 issue of the Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology is now available for download. Table of Contents Taneika Wedderburn, “What Went Into The Pigs? – Part 2,” Horace Williams, “Kamala Harris,” D. Vincent Palmer, “Sam Sharpe,” Kimshaw Aiken, “Home-Schooling Strategies,” Gosnell L. Yorke, “69th Graduation Ceremony of the Ucz University,” Oscar Green, “God &…

Evangelical Review of Theology Becomes an e-journal

The World Evangelical Alliance’s Evangelical Review of Theology, now in its 44th year, is becoming a free electronic journal, starting with its August 2020 issue. WEA leaders and other prominent Christians will address issues of contemporary concern to the global body of Christ, in a style suitable for general readers. To become an online subscriber, send…

Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society Now Online

The primary purpose of Theology on the Web is to make Biblical scholarship accessible to Bible students and ministers at no cost. However, over the years a secondary purpose has developed, that of providing an online archive for historical societies from various denominations. Here you will find resources by Baptist, Wesleyan and United Reformed Church…

Important Announcement Regarding the European Journal of Theology

European Journal of Theology (EJT): Change of publisher – action required Dear Subscriber, Those of you who subscribe to the European Journal of Theology (EJT) should have received a message from AlphaGraphics, the current publisher of EJT, that they have decided to stop printing it. The reason for their decision is not that the Journal…