9 Oct 2015

DBTS Journal Goes Online in November

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If you love to read what theologians write (and let’s be honest, who doesn’t?), you’ll soon have access to the full contents of the Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal on our website.

For twenty years, the DBSJ has made a significant contribution to conservative biblical scholarship. Under the leadership of founding editor Bill Combs, the Journal has also earned a reputation for substantive thinking on issues that matter.

We’re pleased that DBSJ will soon gain a wider audience on the web.

Once we complete the online launch in November, you can check out the current issue and browse the entire index of titles from the past two decades of publication. You’ll find everything from God’s Sovereignty and the Spread of the Gospel to The Integrative Role of the Spirit in the Ethics of Galatians.

If you like what you see, consider sharing this resource with other ministry colleagues. And while you’re at it, subscribe to the annual journal updates.

A comprehensive library of theological writings at your fingertips. All written by DBTS scholars and guest theologians. All free. Pass it on.