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Guide for Theological E-resources: E-journals

E-resources for Theology

ATLA Religion with ATLASerials

ATLA Religion with ATLASerials

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e-Journals: Anglican Communion & Beyond

Anglican Theological Review

The ATR is a quarterly journal of theological reflection. In the spirit of sound learning that has been the hallmark of Anglican divinity, our aim is to foster scholarly excellence and thoughtful conversation in and for the church.

http://www.anglicantheologicalreview.org/

Anvil Journal

Anvil is an Anglican evangelical journal of theology and mission.

It aims to encourage clear and creative thinking and practice in theology and mission, through open, scholarly debate. While the journal stands clearly in an Anglican evangelical tradition, it seeks to engage constructively with other other Christian traditions both within and beyond the Anglican Communion. Anvil has a particular concern to reflect the unity and diversity of the church worldwide.

http://www.churchmissionsociety.org/anvil-journal-theology-and-mission

 

Sewanee Theological Review

The Sewanee Theological Review (STR) is one of only two significant Anglican quarterly reviews in the United States. As an outreach publication of the seminary, it contributes to ongoing discussion of and reflection upon theological topics. Quarterly issues—usually devoted to the exploration of a particular theme or theologian—are mailed to subscribers and libraries all over the world. The STR has been published by the University's School of Theology since 1957.

http://theology.sewanee.edu/seminary/media/publications/sewanee-theological-review/

 

The Living Church

The Living Church Foundation, Inc., is an independent, not-for-profit foundation of communion-minded and -committed Anglicans from several nations, devoted to seeking and serving the full visible unity of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. The Living Church Foundation publishes The Living Church, a biweekly magazine of news, cultural analysis, and teaching; 

http://www.livingchurch.org/

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