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The Andrews University Seminary Student Journal (AUSSJ), established in 2014, is an online, open access, multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that is led, edited, and reviewed by a team of doctoral students and faculty members of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University.
The purpose of the journal is to disseminate scholarly contributions of graduate students. Submissions may be made in the area of Systematic Theology, Philosophy, Ethics, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Studies, New Testament, Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Church History, Applied Theology, Mission, and Religious Education.
Andrews University Seminary Studies (AUSS) is a semi-annual, refereed print journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary that provides a scholarly venue, within the context of biblical faith, for the presentation of research in a variety of biblical, historical, and theological topics. AUSS publishes cutting-edge research articles, dissertation abstracts, and book reviews to aid you in your study, research, teaching, and preaching.
The Journal of The Biblical Foundations of Faith and Learning (JBFFL) has been established to share scholarly papers building an intentional Adventist biblical foundation within courses offered on Seventh-day Adventist college and university campuses
The Journal of Adventist Mission Studies is a scholarly journal published by the International Fellowship of Adventist Mission Studies (IFAMS). It presents peer reviewed articles, book reviews, dissertation abstracts, and news items of importance to Seventh-day Adventist mission.
The purpose of the mission fellowship is to bring together mission minded Seventh-day Adventist practitioners, academics, and administrators for fellowship, dialogue, academic scholarship, and mentoring.
The Journal of Applied Christian Leadership (JACL) seeks to engage Christian leaders and scholars in a forward-looking dialogue about how to practice leadership in the light of ongoing research taking place across denominational, cultural, and disciplinary environments.
The purposes of JACL are threefold: (1) to stimulate inquiry into the interplay of the tensions Christians experience as persons of faith and leaders in and of organizations or communities; (2) to be a bridge in the dialogue between practicing Christian leaders and researchers of leadership as manifested in varies settings; and (3) to provide a forum for systematic reflection on the practice of Christian leadership, especially Servant Leadership, in the light of faith, the pressures of culture, and the mission of Christian organizations and churches.
JATS is a refereed (double-blind, peer-reviewed) scholarly journal, translated intermittently into German, Spanish, and Russian. JATS is available free to every member of the Evangelical Theological Society and is read by nearly 2000 non-Adventist evangelical scholars.
Perspective Digest, is an online publication of the Adventist Theological Society (ATS), which both affirms the fundamental beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and promotes the Bible as the basis of faith, character, and witness.