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The purpose of the Journal of Biblical Theology is to provide an outlet for theologians and theology students in the field of Biblical Theology to share their research in a peer-reviewed weekly journal environment. Consequently, papers are invited to be submitted by graduate students and those who have completed graduate degrees in any field of Christian theology and/or biblical studies.
The copyright of all published articles is retained by the author under Title 17 US Code 506. The AJBT retains a "fair use" agreement to edit, format to the journal specifications, and reproduce the author's work in this journal and any other media that the Journal may publish in the future. The author is also free to republish the original manuscript in other journals simultaneous with the AJBT.
Though scholarly publications should make liberal use of citations from a variety of respected sources, a submitted paper will also use the Bible as its primary source of authority. An average of three to four appropriate external refereed citations per double-spaced page is a reasonable guideline to measure minimum research scholarship. Frequent use of Biblical citations is also expected.
Papers that utilize the subjects and methods consistent with the field of Biblical Theology will be given preference for publication. Refer to thejournal doctrinal statement.
The Journal publishes research papers. Consequently, priority will be given to works that present a well-defined hypothesis that is backed up by an organized defense using corroborating or contrasting opinions from other scholarly works.
Manuscripts should be submitted through the Email link below. They must be submitted in Microsoft WORD format so that the Journal staff can edit, rearrange, and add headers and footers.
Graphics should be encoded in GIF format. Photographs should be encoded in JPEG format.
Limit text fonts to Times New Roman, Arial, Courier New, and Symbol (Symbol). Use English transliteration with italics to represent Greek and Hebrew terms. The main text should be in Arial 12-point, with legends in Times New Roman, also 12-point. Since virtually all display clients use local fonts, do not include any others, as they will not display on all devices. This is particularly true for Hebrew fonts. Do not use custom Hebrew fonts.
Submitted manuscripts may be edited by the AJBT for layout and correct grammar and spelling, but will not be edited for content. It is the responsibility of the author to cite sources correctly. APA, MLS, or Turabian styles of footnoting may be used.
Include the following as an attachment to your submission or as part of your Email, as it is not generally published:
- Full name
- Seminary/University where study is in progress or completed, if applicable.
- Indicate highest academic degree, or degree in progress.
- Indicate current ministry position, if applicable.
An image of the author is also admissible. Personal information that is included in the manuscript will be deleted prior to publication since it is always subject to change and can serve to compromise the security of the author.