Editor in Search of Articles

Some of you may know I am one of three editors for Currents in Biblical Research. Our senior editor is Alan Hauser at Appalachian State University, and I stand alongside Jonathan Klawans at Boston University. Alan edits the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible articles, Jonathan the Judaism articles, and I do the New Testament articles.

Currents in Biblical Research is unique in that it publishes articles that tell us where the state of scholarship in a given Biblical book, method and topic is. Recently we published a piece on the state of research in “intertextuality” in the Old Tetament, an article on the Gospel of Peter, one on religious experience in the New Testament, one on the identity of Jesus in Mark, and one on the future resurrection of the dead in early Judaism.

We are always listening for new articles, our turnaround (for a journal) is reasonable, and our articles are useful to other scholars. Furthermore, it is an excellent way for young scholars to get their foot in the door of publications. If you have something, check us out at:

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  • http://plantcityladyandfriends.blogspot.com/ Carol Noren Johnson

    I checked them out. Textbooks here are expensive!