Christadelphian eJournal of Biblical Interpretation

But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, Knowing from whom you have learned them.


Authors should submit articles to the editors and they should follow SBL guidelines. The eJournal of Biblical Interpretation particularly looks for short articles (max. 2500 words) in an exegetical and expositional style in Old and New Testament Studies, apologetics, doctrine and historical matters relating to the Bible. If any submissions have been submitted to other journals for their consideration, this will exclude them for consideration by the eJournal so as to avoid duplicate publication.The eJournal will publish articles from writers outside the Christadelphian community who are sympathetic to the Abrahamic monotheistic faith of Christadelphians when these offer interesting proposals that are supportive of the beliefs of the community.

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