Ashland Theological Journal (1968-present) is the journal of Ashland Theological Seminary. It has been partially digitised as part of the Brethren Digital Archives and now appears here by permission. My thanks to the folks at the Brethren Digital Archives for all their hard work in making this available.
Grace Journal, was published by Grace Theological Seminary between 1960-1973 and continued as Grace Theological Journal. Both journals have been digitised as part of the Brethren Digital Archives. They have kindly allowed me to break the files into individual articles are host them in order to make them more widely available. Click here to read the articles from Grace Journal.
The Church Society made the following announcement earlier today:
Church Society are pleased to report that Rob Bradshaw, Director of “Theology on the Web“, has recently digitised and uploaded to the internet, most back articles of Churchman (est 1879), dating from the 1920s. Click here to view the Churchman page on Rob’s Biblical Studies website. It is hoped in due course that these files will also be made available on the Churchman website.
Rob Bradshaw comments:
“Due to the growing demand, particularly from Bible Colleges and teachers in the Majority World for this kind of material it was a great encouragement to be asked to digitise and make available on-line the back-issues of (The) Churchman. This not only represents the largest single collection yet made available by Theology on the Web, but also one of the most valuable, both in terms of the diversity of subjects covered and the expertise of the individual contributors. The scanned articles will be available both on the Church Society website and on www.biblicalstudies.org.uk. More of the older articles will be added as copies of the rarer issues become available for scanning.
Since 2001 “Theology on the Web” has sought to make high quality theological articles freely available via the Internet. Working in partnership with authors and publishers these websites now host over 15,000 articles from over 60 theological journals, many of which can be accessed on-line nowhere else and are difficult to obtain in print, even in the UK.”