Ashland Theological Journal

Ashland Theological Journal is the central academic publication of Ashland Theological Seminary. Initiated in 1968 under the title Ashland Theological Bulletin, the periodical changed its name in 1981. With the change of name also came a change in format. Whereas the bulletin consisted of a handful of feature length articles around a general theme, after 1981 they began publishing a larger number of short articles and book reviews so that a larger portion of the faculty could contribute.

Editor:David W. Baker
Publisher:Ashland Theological Seminary
Publication Started:1958
Status:Unknown
FrequencyAnnual


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