Christadelphian eJournal of Biblical Interpretation
The eJournal has come to the end of its natural life but the website
will be maintained for the time being as an archive. The subscribers form will
be removed and so will the passwords. The last issue will appear in October 2018.
New EU legislation regarding Privacy and Cookies makes the running of non-commercial
websites such as this more difficult. We do not collect data but use third party
Eventually much of the material on this website will be migrated across to my Apocalypse
and Daniel website.Biblaridion.info.
A You Tube channel that compliments the new website has also been created at
Biblaridion.info on You Tube
Goodbye to our readers and thank you for your support.
With the advent of the Internet, it is possible to
distribute biblical study materials without traditional costs.The
Christadelphian community currently has no journal that covers academic
biblical studies.There is a need for such a journal both to introduce and
engage with biblical studies as practiced today.The
eJournal will be circulated by e-mail attachment
and stored online on the Christadelphian eJournal of Biblical
Interpretation website.The inclusion of articles in this online journal is
the decision of the editors, but after publication, articles are subject to
peer review. This will allow authors to respond to comments and change
their articles in the light of remarks. Online publication allows articles
to be changed after publication, and for this reason, the articles will be
given a version number and the website will hold corrected articles.
The eJournal is intended to be a
forum for articles written in an analytical style. It is a vehicle for
exegetical and expositional articles, a distinction that we draw in the
following way: exegetical articles are concerned with laying bare the
various layers of meaning in a text without regard to the application of
this information to the ecclesia.
Expositional articles are exegetical and in addition show how the textual
material is relevant to the ecclesia. Devotional and homiletical material
lies outside the remit of the eJournal, as do
articles relating prophecy to current affairs, but doctrinal and apologetic
articles are welcomed provided they have the necessary exegetical approach.
Finally, the policy of the journal is to publish material
that will be of value over time. They should therefore be presentations of
ideas rather than controversies of the moment.In summary, the
eJournal seeks to fulfil the following
- Offer analytical and expositional articles on biblical texts
- Engage academic biblical studies that originate in other Christian
- Defend the Biblical principles summarised in the common
Christadelphian statement of faith
- Subject the published articles to peer review and amendment
In 2018 the eJournal will transition from a quarterly publication
to a biannual publication at the end of April and October. It is also
published in printed Annual editions and can be ordered Online.