Honeycomb Journal On-line

Honeycomb JournalIn line with my ongoing commitment to make available theological resources from around the world, I am very pleased to announce that what is probably the only bilingual khmer-English Theological Journal – Honeycomb – is now available on-line for free download.

Originally published in Cambodia this journal is a unique resource which I trust will be widely used both in that country and around the globe. Each article is available in single pdf files which include both the English and Khmer version. The order in which they appear indicates the  language in which it was originally written in. It is also possible to download complete issues as one file.

My thanks to my friend from P.K.A. Ming-Au for introducing me to Honeycomb journal and for the loan of his personal copies, and to Dr Russell H. Bowers, Jr., the editor, for his kind permission to reproduce and host it on biblicalstudies.org.uk.

Click here to visit the download page.

Journal Digitisation – Your Help Requested

Journals needed for Digitisation

As many of you know I am currently working on the digitisation of theological journals whose older editions are now mostly in the Public Domain – one of which is The Expository Times. Are there any readers of this blog in the UK who have access to issues of this journal who would be willing to either donate or loan them so that I can make the Public Domain articles within them available on-line for free? If you can, please let me know.

You can see current progress on The Expository Times project here.

DSCF5823

Issues of Palestine Exploration Quarterly (1929-1944) and The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library (pre-1945) are also required.

Digitisation of The Expositor

For the last few months I have been giving priority to the digitisation of the Victorian journal, The Expositor. My reasons for this are two-fold.

Firstly, the journal contains hundreds of useful articles by such authors as B.B. Warfield and William R. Ramsay which deserve a wider readership. Secondly, the first eight series took up around twelve feet of shelf-space, and that space is at a premium in our flat.The Expositor journal

[tweetthis hidden_hashtags=”bibstuds”]1,586 articles from “The Expositor” now available on-line[/tweetthis]

So, with the completion of the digitisation is Series 4 this evening, six-feet of shelf-space has been freed, and 1,586 articles – most previously unavailable – are now on-line. Click on the links below to read them.

Series 1 – Vols 1 – 12 (1875-1880)
Series 2 – Vols. 1 – 8 (1881-1884)
Series 3 – Vols. 1 – 10 (1885-1889)
Series 4 – Vols. 1 – 10 (1890-1894)