The digitisation of Evangel began about 10 years ago, but other projects meant that it had to set aside. I returned to it recently and found that I was able to contact most of the authors for their permissions. Over the intervening years my network has grown and more contact information about the contributors is available via search engines. As a result the majority of the articles in this journal are now available for free download.
The range of subject covered and the authors writing on them are impressive, so I am confident that this will prove a tremendous resource.
Most of the articles from the 2012 edition of the Evangelical Quarterly are now available for free download in PDF. My thanks to the authors for their kind permissions.
On 3rd February 2011 Spurgeon’s College hosted a debate on the topic of ‘Is Universalism an Evangelical Option?’. The first issue (Vol. 84.1) has the papers presented there by Derek Tidball, Robin Parry and others, which I am sure will be of interest to many.
Evangelical Quarterly is a well-established academic journal including articles on a wide variety of biblical and theological topics. Books of current interest are reviewed in depth by well known scholars. Edited in association with the London School of Theology.
For information on subscribing to this journal go here. Hard-copies of recent back-issues (post-2009) are available are a substantial discount here.
Articles are archived on BiblicalStudies.org.uk after 5 years by arrangement with the publisher and the authors.
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